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In this episode we...discuss further education and the rural pastor.Should rural pastors pursue more education as they serve?1 Timothy 4:11-16Proverbs 1:5Colossians 3:17How can we do this with such busy schedules?Read!Workshops!Seminary!Upcoming Events9Marks Workshop at Wellsboro Bible Church: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fulfill-your-ministry-a-9-marks-workshop-for-pastors-and-church-leaders-tickets-546364219087?fbclid=IwAR3MA7JIt4z6vdh3nYopBvrQng7dQyu1Qu8EjDbbAcmGTOtPNKT8PLXOu7oCONTACT Call and leave a message at (570) 724-3741 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://ruralpastorstalk.buzzsprout.com/ SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ruralpastors Twitter: @ruralpastorsLISTEN Itunes Spotify
In this week's “Throwback Thursday / Where are they now?” segment, we hear from a Washington handywoman who operates a series of DIY Home Repair workshops. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: email@example.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
We live in a world where MOST people work for OTHER people. Even if their job is filled with soul-sucking tasks they hate, at least it is paying the bills. We're conditioned to think that this is the only way. Passions and hobbies are just fun things to do during the very limited reprieve from our day jobs. Trust me, I know. I went from feeling hopelessly depressed without purpose to THRIVING in a role that I created from nothing. And now, MY big beautiful dream is to help YOU do the same thing!Join the new Big Beautiful Dreams Club Membership and be enrolled in my Monetize Your Dreams Master Training in June!Change your life one day at a time, with my FREE 30 Days Of Alignment Guide.Roxy Talks Manifestation Podcast Copyright 2023*All information in this podcast is intended for General information purposes only. By listening to this you agree that all your decisions based on and application of the information contained in this podcast is by your own personal choice. By listening to this podcast you agree that You do not hold Roxy Talks LLC or Roxy directly or indirectly liable for any claim or third party claim, death, injury, or personal/physical damage as a result of the use, interpretation, or application of the information contained in this podcastHOW TO WORK WITH ME:CLICK HERE for the current live Master Training and Group Programs being offeredJOIN SYNERGY to have access to ALL my courses, workshops, live events, and trainings.CLICK HERE for Courses, Workshops: JOIN THE MANIFEST A SPECIFIC PERSON WORKSHOP: Address your specific limiting beliefs, release your doubts and create new habits that will lead you to success and personal fulfillment!CLICK HERE to sign up!EMBODY YOUR MOST CONFIDENT SELF
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There is something special that happens in a workshop environment when the host finds their flow and the attendees put their guard down and the synchronicity between the two is absolutely magical and that's why on this episode we're sharing 5 reasons hosting wellness workshops results in more paying clients. If more paying clients is your goal, stick around because we're not only sharing the 5 reasons why, we're also sharing real life examples of coaches, just like you, that are enrolling more clients and making more money than ever before in their coaching businesses using the workshop model. In this episode you'll discover: The 5 key factors why workshops work so well to not only attract new leads but also improve your overall enrollment rate above any other marketing tool out there How workshops open doors to new opportunities and income streams simply by showing up consistently to deliver valuable content Why workshops are so powerful in the relationship-building process, resulting in immediate sales and future clients. Links to Resources Mentioned in This Episode: www.mywellnessworkshops.com Coupon Code: SPRING30 Expires May 18th, 2023 Links to Resources: Wellness Business Accelerator - www.wellnessbusinessaccelerator.com/ Karen's Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/emaillistbuildingforcoaches/ Karen's Instagram - www.instagram.com/karenpattock/ Kathleen's Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/healthcoachpeers/ Kathleen's Instagram - www.instagram.com/kathleenlegrys/
Join me today as I talk with Lisa Shaughnessy, founder of the Writing Retreat Sampler. Lisa has taken it upon herself to not only find the writing retreats offered around the world, but to interview the hosts and bring all the links to one place, WritingRetreatSampler.com so that writers can have a better way of discovering the writing retreat for them! You can find interviews from the past and sign up to hear interviews from future writing retreat hosts (including me in July!) at her website https://writingretreatsampler.com/You have one more day to sign up for the Write With Us! online retreat live. If it has passed, you can purchase the full seven workshops as a course here.Want to support the show?Go here: https://pencilsandlipstick.com/support-the-show/Looking for tips on writing, publishing, and storytelling? Join my writers' newsletter! https://www.subscribepage.com/katcaldwellnewsletterWant more information on my books, author swaps, short stories and what I'm reading? Sign up for my readers' newsletter.Find the transcription for this episode here.
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This Episode is Sponsored by: Dandy | The Fully Digital, US-based Dental LabFor a completely FREE 3Shape Trios 3 scanner & $250 in lab credit click here: https://www.meetdandy.com/affiliate/tdm !Guest: Amy MurrayBusiness Name: Dental Practice Management AgencyCheck out Amy's Media:Website: https://www.dentalpracticemanagementagency.com/Other Mentions and Links:University of TampaEaglesoftIndeedDISC AssessmentMarissa NicholsonDental IntelBraving Video - Renee BrownShrekUnreasonable Hospitality - Will Guidara Host: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyMy Key Takeaways:Try not to talk over your patients! Instead, be an active listener to really hear the issues and concerns they have.Resumes only show technical qualifications, so always request a cover letter from applicants to really hone in on values and personalities!Always acknowledge patients when they walk in the door! Even just a smile and a wave can make all the difference.Engaging workshops and motivating projects are essential to an effective team meeting system.Having a third party coach that can see your practice from a bird's eye view is a valuable asset!Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.This Episode is Sponsored by: Dandy | The Fully Digital, US-based Dental LabFor a completely FREE 3Shape Trios 3 scanner & $250 in lab credit click here: https://www.meetdandy.com/affiliate/tdm !Thank you for supporting the podcast by checking out our sponsors!Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: Amy, how's it going? Good, how Amy: are Michael: you? I'm doing pretty good. Thanks for asking. If you don't mind me asking, where are you located Amy: right now? I'm actually in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, so right outside of Denver. Michael: Nice. Okay, wonderful.So if you can tell us a little bit about your past, your present, how'd you get to where you are Amy: today? Well, let's see. I've been in dentistry 25 years. Um, how much time do we have? So I've been in dentistry five years and it's pretty exciting. I started off as a dental assistant and then I moved my way over into administrative roles.So I was a treatment plan coordinator, receptionist, financial coordinator. Moved myself up to an office manager, decided at one point in my life I wanted to go back to college and get my bachelors degree and become a dentist, and that didn't work out very well. I actually fell in love with the topic of sociology applied sociology's degree in as soon as I graduated from University of Tampa Dentistry Concierge in Tampa.Absolutely loved it. Um, from there I had an opportunity to move to Colorado and became a technology advisor. So I'd go into dental offices, I would teach about eaglesoft conversions, um, digital CAD cam training. And then from there I started my consulting role, uh, took a little bit of a time, a break and works for a sleep apnea company for devices and integrations into practice.And now I'm back dental coaching and consulting. Okay. Michael: Wow. So you were able to, you did technology training? Amy: I did, Michael: yes. Okay. Wow. So that's interesting. A a lot of this. So then go back to applied sociology. That's what you started falling in love with more. Why? Amy: Oh, well, I took a class in inorganic chemistry, not once, but twice.And so we didn't agree with, I took a class cause I had to in sociology. My PE professor walked in and, uh, he didn't look like a normal professor. And so I, I sat back and I opened myself up to this class. And what I loved about it is that it allowed me to learn more about, race, ethnic background, gender, um, age.And it really breaks it down into how societies work and how they function with one another. And it's so applicable as to what I do today. Okay. Michael: Okay, so then, so what you do today, how does those two mesh together? Amy: How do they correlate? Well, you know, every day as a dental consultant is something new. So in saying that, I have wonderful clients that I work with.They're, they're, they're the best in the business, I feel. And what I love about them is they are female, they're male, they're different age brackets. They come from different backgrounds and they're personal influences. Their professionals, where they went to dental schools, where they did their undergrad.And so having this sociology background, I can help in understanding how they wanna grow their business and also the element of their team member. Team members come from so many different backgrounds. It's like a melting pot. So to be able to really understand them and the ways of communication and how different cultures, genders, ages, blend, that's how you get a beautiful practice.So that's how I see they've kind of correlated. Michael: Mm-hmm. Okay. Gotcha. So this all kind of stems. From the, so how does that apply when you're hiring, I guess a team, you're finding a team member, you're looking for them. We don't, I mean, do we wanna look at their like, oh, okay. Tell me more about your upbringing, or how does that work?Amy: So, you know, it's quite interesting. I love the hiring pro, uh, process that we do with the agency. Uh, we place an ad, it's typically on indeed, When, um, individuals are applying, we do ask for them to place a cover letter, because a resume only shows me where you work and what your job responsibilities are.A cover letter is huge. That's you telling me with your verbiage, who you are, where you excel, what's your background. I, I love a cover letter. That's just wonderful for me. After I received that, I actually called the doctor, or I call the applicant, and the first question I ask them is, tell me a little bit about yourself.Such a really simple question. However, it's a very powerful, whenever I ask that question, I'm not really focusing on the personal, I wanna hear about your business. I wanna hear how you've, you know, grown your career. Where are you at, things of that nature. Then I'll ask for them, what's important for you in a dental practice to be a part of a team?What is important to you? So I capitalize on those things. From there, I actually ask them if I can send them what's called a DISC assessment. And the DISC assessment actually helps me learn what is the best way that they like to communicate. Michael: Okay. So there's like a system to it, a strategy. Yeah, very much so.When it comes to the cover letter to you, what are things you look at where this is a wonderful, like this is should be framed, cover letter or one that's like, this is nothing, this doesn't tell me anything. Amy: Wonderful, wonderful. Uh, question. So in a cover letter, what I wanna look for is a, that you can spell.That's huge. Right? And grammatically, you know, actually how to place those punctuations. Cause think about it, in our industry right now and dentistry, we do a lot of emails, we do a lot of text messages as well. So grammatically, uh, you wanna be on point. Also, you wanna have a beautiful tonality as well. I want something that's really strike me.So what are the words that you're using?What wrong, uh, verbiage and powerful words are you putting in there for me to be like, okay, this person actually has like, much better, much better, has stepped up the game. So that's what I look for. Michael: Okay. Now, so it doesn't, there's no length that you're also looking for like, oh, it has to be like 10. Amy: Oh, no.Now I always say, show me what you have. Show me who you are and why is it that you are wanting to apply for this position? Michael: Okay, that's interesting. So then you, after you decided, we rewind a little bit back to you, you went to apply sociology, you learned, and then you decided to go into some positions where you're, you know, teaching technology a rep and things like that.And then you switched to consulting. Amy: I did. Why I did, I was actually in a training class. I was training a, uh, software and I had this beautiful person named Marissa Nicholson join in on my training. I had no idea who she was. Uh, her client and her, um, team members. She took me aside afterwards and she says, oh my gosh, you had such a plethora of knowledge, not only about the software, you were giving tips and tricks about how to run an administrative role.I said, yes. I said, well, that's what I used to do in my past. And she says, have you ever thought about dental coaching and dental consulting? I was flabbergasted. I said, wow, you think that I'm good enough for that? She says, I think you're amazing. Okay. And so we started working together at that point. And it's been a beautiful friendship and a professional relationship since then.Michael: And so that was the kickstart, the inspiration, the motivation to go into that? Yes. Very interesting. Yeah. Now, when it comes to an administrative role, you said, because that's, I would say that's your forte. Wouldn't that be your area of expertise? Yes. Amy: That, uh, preservation of culture in the practice.Communication. Oh, yes. Michael: Okay, so when it, well, two questions, but the first one, when it comes to an administrative role, break it down for us. What are some things we need to absolutely have to create that system for an administrative role? And then what are some things that are not as important that we feel maybe are highlighted too much in social media or other stuff?Amy: Mm-hmm. That's a good question. Uh, I would say for an administrative role, what's super important is for somebody, To greet patients, answer the phone with a smile, put a smile on your face, you change your physiology. It's amazing the verbiage and the tonality that comes outta your mouth. So I always think that it's somebody who is charismatic, who's very positive, who wants to be there, and who wants to be a team member.They want to learn from there. I would say open communication. I feel as though in our administrative roles right now, we don't have a lot of people that are considered active listeners. We have a lot of people that want to talk over, talk over the patient. The patients are calling you because they need you, and you need to be the active listener.Ask powerful and appropriate questions. Make sure that you're hearing what the patient has to say. Repeat back to the patient what you heard them say to make sure you're capturing it so eloquently, and then take care of what the need is that the patient's asking for. Michael: Gotcha. What powerful and appropriate questions can you like prep us for that normally happen?Amy: Definitely. I always like to, first I thank patients who call, so if it is calling Dr. Speedo's office, you wanna greet them and you wanna say Thank you for choosing Speedo Family Dentistry. This is Amy, I can help you. It's powerful in that introduction because A, it identifies you know who I am. Thank you so much for choosing.If you could choose anybody, and I'm the person that's gonna be able to help you. From there, I like to ask them. Well, typically at that point they tell me what it is that they need. Mm-hmm. So I'm quiet and so it's appropriate for me to ask the next question. I always like to ask, are you a patient of record?And if they say Yes, I've been there before, that's awesome. If they say, no, I've never seen this dentist before. I said, that's great. Welcome to your new dental home. I'm very happy to take care of you. How can I best support you? Or how can I help you? Mm-hmm. And then from there, again, I'm an active listener.I listen to what the patient says and what it is that they need. If they're calling for a traditional profi appointment cleaning appointment, or if they need to get in and have their emergency met, then I'm asking a more key question. What are you feeling? Can you describe to me what location of the mouth is it?So I like to ask all those fun key questions. It's like an onion. You wanna pull back the layers and keep asking and asking until you get exactly what it's. Michael: Nice. Yeah. I feel like sometimes Amy, I remember when I was in the front, sometimes it would be like I'm rushing it, you know what I mean? The phone drinking, somebody just walked in and I'm like, okay, even though we have another front office.And so when it comes to asking questions, it, two things I feel like it made me realize is one. I'm rushing it. And then the second it's like, Hey, how's everything coming along? Is it good? Is it bad? I'm, I'm giving them options to answer instead of being comfortable with the silence. So how can we be better with, comfortable with, you know what I mean?Like asking 'em a question and then shutting up. And then the second thing would be, um, how do we handle not rushing it? Amy: Definitely not rushing am it's, it's hard, right? That's a double-edged sword, especially being in, um, a very busy practice. Uh, as an administrator, you have people walking in, you have people giving you handoffs from the back.Uh, you have other lines that are ringing. I always like to say that when a patient walks in, you should acknowledge them, acknowledge them with your eyes, even if you're on the phone, acknowledge 'em with their hand, um, and smile. So they know you're gonna be with them momentarily. What's most important, especially if there's a new patient on the phone, you never, ever, ever want, stop that conversation.That's why I initially asked in the beginning, are you a patient of record? Are you a new patient? If they're a patient of record and I have all these other things that are happening, I'm very candid with the patient of record and say, you're extremely important to me. Could you please tell me what I can do to help you?And then if it's something that I can call them back, I will gladly take their number and let them know I will call you back in the next five to 10 minutes. You gotta hold it to your word though. Mm-hmm. You gotta call him back five to 10 minutes. If it's a new patient, I'll simply roll through and do what I need to do.Um, I also would hope that I would have strong enough administrators and team members that are cross trained, that if I'm focused on something, they can also help. But I believe that if you just simply smile and acknowledge and let people know, they generally get that queue and know that you'll be with them as quickly as possible.Michael: Gotcha. Okay. So it involves also like. Letting the team members know, kind of Right. Maybe would you recommend like having like a, a signal or something when you're feeling like, okay, I have too much going on, and, you know, or, or what do you think? Yeah, Amy: yeah, you could actually, I mean, we use this for hygiene all the time with the agency, which I love.We have, uh, different colored cards. So what that means is we have green, if things are going good, there's, there's no. There's, there's not a lot of time that are on this phone call. We have yellow. Yellow is like, Ooh, this is a little bit tricky. Patient's asking a couple of questions, and then we have Ray, oh my gosh.They have a whole lot of things that they wanna get across to us. So what you can do is you can have those series of cards and as somebody walks up without you mouthing anything, miss what the patient's saying. You can easily slide over a card and, and so they know. Mm-hmm. Now that's a visual cue, and then they can know that if it's yellow or red, hey, I need to take care of this patient.Our administrator is really focused. Michael: Gotcha. Okay. I like that. The card situation. Yeah. I feel like whenever you're stuck in a situation when you're with a team and you're having a hard time, there should be like a signal or something. Okay. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yes. Amy: Yeah. There totally should be. There should be.So, yeah. Uh, we help our teams with that, so it's just a fun idea. Michael: Nice. That's wonderful. And so then you also mentioned one of your area of expertise is maintaining the team culture. Mm-hmm. And so first, how do we even. Find the, like I, for example, I'm just gonna give you an example. Like if I go, Amy, I want my culture to be happy.Do we do, how do we go from there? What do we figure Amy: out? So of course I'm gonna ask you what does happy mean to you? Like, give me some more words. That's just a real general, um, description. So I said, give some more words, more specific. Are you looking for team members? Are you wanting to preserve something that people are excited to come to work day?That you're gonna be excited to, um, I don't know, answer the phone every day, things of that nature. Right. So the way that we go about preservation for positive culture in a practice is we actually do what's called observation. With the agency, which I love because this allows us to be able to float from front to back.We watch admin side, we watch our das with our doctors, we watch hygiene, and we do this because there's certain key words that we want to see how the teams are interacting with each other and then also with the patients. So that's huge. not only do we do the observations and we're very candid, we give great feedback, constructive feedback to our team members and to our doctors as well to accelerate that.We also provide monthly team meetings. Which, uh, we, as the business coaches and consultants, we run those. And what I love about them is that we have an agenda. We do fun workshops, we focus on communication. We do disc presentation, so we'll take disc off of everybody and we'll do a fun presentation on that.Um, we'll actually talk about better strategies of how information is given and received by team members as well. Michael: Okay. So then when it comes to the observation part, what are some things you've seen that you can share with us? Like the three most common, this is what happens and this is the solution for why we can stop making that happen when it comes to a problem.Amy: Yeah, so definitely one of the things that we like to observe is the handoff. Those are critical, right? We like to know exactly, uh, that. Hy I'm gonna use hygiene, for example, if that's okay. Mm-hmm. Hygienist is in with the patient, right? It's a very, uh, it's like a dance of a relationship, right? The, the patient is gonna tell the hygienist more than they're gonna tell the doctor sometimes.So what we like to do is we like to have the hygienist, uh, after they do it, the tore of the mouth. That they specifically write down things and they also tell the patient, Hey, you, I'm a little bit concerned. I see some things here, but let's confer with the doctor. When the doctor comes in. It's important, doctor. It's still great for the hygienist to say, you know, uh, Dr. Sido, today we're seeing Mrs. Jones, and what I saw with Mrs. Jones was X, Y, and z. I'm curious about this. Could you please take a look at this and then to go in if there's perio concerns or anything of that nature? there, the doctor's gonna do their dance, but the doctor is listening to the hygienist.That's the beauty of it, right? That the hygienist is actually pointing out areas. And from there, what I love is that the doctor is gonna confer. Yep. You know you are exactly right. I see what you're seeing. Let's go ahead and get this patient scheduled. I'll see you in the next week, two weeks. There's a time and urgency.That's that appointment. So now the patient's, not the patient has heard what they need to have done. Not once, but twice. And then the third time is when they're handed off from the hygienist to the administrator. So the patient is now hearing what they need three times. This is a beautiful dance because us as humans, we don't listen to things.We don't grasp them one time. So by the time we're ready to get appointed, we're now hearing it three times and we know that is an urgency because the doctor has placed that. That really helps in the scheduling of practice. Michael: Mm. It helps finalize it, right? Yeah. Yeah. Like to, to get it in there. Interesting. So do you ever feel, Amy, when you're doing the observations like. Team members act or perform kind of thing in front of you, right? And then they go back to like, because I mean, somebody watching, somebody's watching me. So I'm like, I gotta turn it on. And then maybe like somebody else is like Amy, he really doesn't act like that around here.He just, you know what I mean? Does that happen? Amy: Oh, it happens all the time. Happens all the time. Um, a lot of times myself, uh, Marissa and Nicholson and Chris Hamal, the main coaches, uh, we actually don't do a lot of the observations. We have our administrators, we have two administrators, uh, Jamia and Alexa, who actually go in on our behalf because we know how our team members act.So if it's a different set of eyes, they might get a different reaction as well. you know, we're humans, so we go straight into our automatic, it's what we know. And if we know that somebody's watching us, like you said, we can step up our game a little bit and then we kinda fall back. Um, we definitely go in.We try not to let everybody know that we're coming in so we can actually see them in their natural, uh, capabilities and where they land. Some of the times it's inevitable. If they see us, they see us. Uh, but a lot of times what we do like to do is kinda go in on the stealth mode and a different set of eyes.It might get a different return. So Michael: yeah. Okay. That's interesting. So then how can we main, we figured out how we can find the culture. How do we maintain it? Amy: Maintaining. So it's critical to have those monthly team meetings. A lot of offices, the moment you say, oh, let's have a meeting, all of a sudden people are like, no, I don't wanna have a meeting.Cause it's just by PowerPoint or there's people complaining and that's no fun, right? Mm-hmm. Uh, so I always like to say team meetings need to be motivated. Be transparent with your team about your numbers. We use a great digital software platform, Intel, and I love dental Intel. It only works with certain softwares, however, it will take within that software and put it in a dashboard, um, metric.so doctors are really transparent with their teams and you're gonna get the best outta your teams. Now, they're also held accountable for daily goals. For DR. And hygiene as well. from there I always like to do what I like to call personal and professional check-in, so gimme one one of each and everybody around the room does that.And I love it because a lot of times our teams don't have time to get to know each other, so everybody shares something great that's happened with them personally and professionally. Very clear about numbers. And then I'll actually bring in a workshop. Workshops are huge. You can go on YouTube and actually Google different type of inspirational videos.Brown is one of our. And you can pull from what she's saying and you can actually make that into a really small workshop. Ask your team powerful questions, have them work together and that is beautiful. Cause at the end of the day, you're preserving that culture cuz you're teaching everybody how to properly communicate.Michael: Yeah. What have been some amazing workshops that you've done, Amy? Well, I Amy: love disc. Disc is my favorite. When we make it really fun, we actually use the movie Shrek as a part of our disc presentation. Mm-hmm. Because, uh, you have the dominant person, you have the other person who's very interactive. You have the one that needs and the one that needs consistency. And, uh, so this has to be my absolute favorite. Second would be braving, uh, by Brene Brown. Mm-hmm. It's actually teaching everybody how to trust a team member and how a person needs to be what's called a vault. And when you tell somebody something who is a bolt, you know that they are gonna take whatever you say, to their grave.And so I love that one as well. And it's really learning how to trust one another, which a lot of times is a work in progress. Huh? Michael: Can you give us some steps right now on how we can tell our team, like you, you need to trust, you need to trust Suzy Bell, like, you know what I mean? How can we, yeah. What are some things we can do?Amy: Well, definitely I always say if you have an upset with somebody, you have to go directly to that person, right? And you have to clear the air. A lot of times it's very difficult to do. We do teach people how to do that so they feel comfortable in their own skin and to be able to go to that person. We also like to talk about how in breathing that it's super important to know that. When you set that positive culture in the practice and you know that I can go and I can talk to this person, and this person is not going to, uh, take what I say, take it outta context, share it with other people, um, we teach them that you'll have a beautiful friendship and professionalism for the rest of your life.Right, and it's really, it's learning to like and love each other. And that disc plays an important role because it's how, how can I read that person? Are they very direct? Are they mostly like a high, they're not. Listen, So it's really understanding the disc part and establishing those parameters and boundaries, um, for giving in, receiving information, and the, the three all work together, so Beautiful.Michael: Nice. When you do these workshops and assessments, or even before that, what do you do when you notice there's a team member who you're like, you don't fit, man. Like, you just don't, you're. You're negative or something. Like what? What happens with that? Amy: Ooh. Those are what I like to call crucial conversations.Mm-hmm. Right? Mm-hmm. Uh, you even see it outside of the team meeting, you can pretty much pick it up pretty quickly, right. Um, what I like to do, always like to believe in the beauty of everyone. I will ask the doctor if it's okay for me to take that team member aside and really one-on-one. I'll ask the team member, are you doing okay?That's the first thing I'll ask them. If they say, yes, I'm doing fine. Say, okay, well I've noticed that there's a little bit of, um, you're not being your best self. And what I mean by that is I see so much beauty in you. How Courtney does that sound right? Me? Just saying that I see the beauty in you. It's true though.Cause look, I just said it to you and you smiled and you left. Mm-hmm. Right? Made you feel good. I see the beauty in you and I can see that you are so much more than what you're giving right now. So how can I get the very best out of you? And usually once I do that, even if you are the highest in their D category of dominant.I can get a pretty good response back and I kinda figure out what's going on with them. Michael: Gotcha. Also, you normally see that in the dominance. Like people who are like I, you know what Do you think it's that? Because it's like somebody else is coming into here and I run it kind of thing? Or, or no? Amy: Oh yeah.Oh yeah. Some of the highs, I love them. Each category has a special place in my heart, but the highs, they're gonna tell you what they need and what they want and everything else just doesn't really matter to them. It's okay. They have a special place in this world. to teach them to be more open and better communicators.That's where I kind of land when I ask them those questions. Michael: Gotcha. I have a question for you then, because I guess what do you do when, what is the best way, if you can tell, like the listeners, this will help facilitate the coach coaching consultant team or coaching consultant practice. So much easier if you do these steps.If you don't, you're gonna put the blame on me, or you're gonna put the blame on somebody else. You're just not gonna see the results you want. What would help Amy: with that? Well, I would say definitely, uh, look at a dental coach, right? They are, I know a lot of doctors are like, gosh, you know, I have, I have so many overhead expenses, and, and it can be costly.I understand that. Hiring a dental coach is taking a third party person who is actually looking for the betterment of you for the betterment of your practice and keeping your team sustainable. And that's huge. I feel as though, uh, bringing somebody on board who has the outside perspective that can look in and be very honest with you.I am honest with all of my clients. Good, better, indifferent at the beginning of our relationship. I tell them at times, you may not like what I'm gonna say, and I understand that I am looking out for the betterment for you guys to be successful. I always tell my my wonderful clients as well, I, I don't plan on being with you forever and ever.Amen. I'm gonna teach you the tools and I want you to fly, and if you need me to come back to redirect, I'm gonna be there. but we are together for a period of time. So a lot of times doctors think, oh my gosh, I'm gonna get this consultant. They're gonna be with me forever. And sustainability and financial agreements, um, our agency doesn't operate like that.Again, we will, uh, teach you how to fish and then we want you to go up and be completely successful and we'll always be your biggest cheerleaders. Michael: Okay. So it's mainly like the communication that you want. All the time. Right to, yeah. Let them know like, hey, yeah. Be, because I remember we, we would have a lot of coaches and consultants, like even with Somewhere, I'm like, where do you come from?Like, you know what I mean? Like, I've never heard of some of these before. Like I'm just like, where are you? Right? And so I never knew what they did in the sense of, oh, now we're just taking Medicaid or Medicare. You know what I mean? Now we're just doing something else. And I would see them kind of run through the door.And I remember our office manager sometimes or other people, they'd be like, yeah, you know what, they don't know what they're talking about. Yeah. They're not gonna come in here and fix it. And I'm like, maybe if we were more flexible, it would've worked. Or maybe if they knew what they were, you know what I mean?Kinda Amy: thing. Yes, yes. It's very, very true. It's very, very true. I always love to give team members, I always like to let them know I am joining to help you grow. A lot of times when team members hear the word consultant or business coach, they automatically think that they're not gonna have a job.And that's scary. So of course their defenses are already up. So when Chris, Marissa, or myself go into a practice, we always introduce us who we are. I give them my background. I always say to administrators, I used to do what you did. I know how important your role is. Mm-hmm. And I'm here to help you.You had three things. Three things you love in this practice, tell me. And then they'll tell me. I said, okay, if you had three things that you wanna make better in this practice, what are they? And I asked every single team member that question, and let me tell you, nine times outta 10, they're all saying the same thing.They might say it differently, there's a common thread. And that's when I typically take that common thread back to the doctor and I say, okay, so this is what I'm hearing. This is what I'm seeing. But I like to let the team members know that I'm there for them. I want them to grow and for them to be successful.Michael: Mm. Okay. I like that. Three common things, you know what I mean? Yeah. Especially if they're all like, what's this one person? Then, you know, like, ok, then we gotta get rid of that one person. Whatever. Interesting. I'm kinda ok. Yeah. Yeah. So these next questions are just to get into the head of someone who isn't totally involved on the clinical side of dentistry, working every day in the mouth, right?Yeah. What would you like to see more from a dentist? Amy: Oh goodness. What I would love to see more from a dentist is, Look at your team members, be appreciative of your team members, and know that they are there every day, day in and day out to make you better and to support you. I think a lot of times as dentists, we overlook that.They are so worried about, um, overhead, right? Getting more new patients. How do I market myself better? There's so many things that they're thinking of, and a lot of times we really don't look inside and we really don't appreciate the team that is supporting us and helping us grow. So what I mean by that is I always tell my doctors once a quarter, do an activity with your team.Show them how much you appreciate them. My goodness. Um, order, coffee, things of that nature. It's the small things that really mean a lot. one workshop that we do, it's really great, we talk about value, um, morals and values, and I learn while the doctors there, what their team member values. And some of the times the doctors sit back and they're like, I never knew that that's what they needed.That's what them going in the day. So I, I feel as though that type is, um, really gonna make it better for, for the, for the dentist all the way around. Michael: Mm. Okay. I like that. Like doing activities with them, letting them know you appreciate them. Yeah. Um, understanding that it is true. You need them to, you know what I mean?You need Amy: them. Yeah. You need them. Michael: They're important. Okay. All right. So next question is right now. What do you dislike or hate about dentistry? Amy: Oh, goodness. That's a tough question. I would have to say, uh, what I dislike with dentistry right now is, um, everybody is looking for new patients, right? The, the dentist believe that more new patients I have is the bigger and better that I'm gonna grow, and they miss that.They miss what's most important. What's most important is the current patients that you're serving. So what do I mean by that? Well, when your patients walk, the first question that your administrator needs to ask is, how is your visit today? That's such an important question because that one question, if they had a great visit and the patient responds, oh, it was awesome.It was great. That is so wonderful. We are accepting new patients. Do you know of anybody who's looking for a new dental home? And then again, active listeners don't say anything. Mm-hmm. Don't say anything. And if they say, well, you know, I don't know. Here's some of our cards. We love patients just like you.So if you do, please send them our way. What a beautiful compliment you just gave somebody. Right? And positivity. They're gonna go and they're probably gonna tell other people. And by organic growth, we're getting new patients. And I think that if dentists would take a moment and take a step back and really listen to what I have to say in regards to that, you would be amazed what you would get.Mm, Michael: doing that with every single patient, right? Every single patient. Amy: And it flows, it really does flow. Uh, at first when you tell administrators to do this, they look at you and they say, I don't have enough. That's what they say. I don't enough time. You actually do have enough time. It really just rolls off so easily because you know Mrs.Jones, you know she's amazing and you want more people like her. So give her that beautiful compliment and let her know you guys are looking for new patients and when you want people just like her. Mm-hmm. Michael: Beautiful. I like that. I like that a lot. Okay, so focus on the internal marketing kind of thing.Yeah. Yeah. Awesome. Okay. And then right now, what do you absolutely love about dentistry? Amy: What I love about dentistry is, um, all the beautiful team members that I get to work with and the wonderful clients that I have. It's super important. With our agency, we focus on the quality of our clients, not the quantity.The quantity doesn't define us. What definitely defines us as the quality. I love the fact that, um, my clients know they can call me whatever time, day or night, and I'm gonna be there for them even on the weekend. I cherish them. I cherish our relationship. I love the fact that they were like a, they opened their kimona for me to come into their practice and to help them succeed.So, being an open dentist, it really does open you up to so many capabilities and possibilities. It's pretty awesome. That's what I really love about dentistry now. Nice. How Michael: does, let me ask you side note, how does that affect your, I guess, like personal life? If they're always like, you can call me no matter what, whenever.All the time. Yeah. What does that look like? Amy: Oh, it's great. It really is. Uh, a lot of times they don't always take me up on that. However, if it's a nine one emergency, they know that I'm gonna be there. You know, Chris, Marissa, myself, we do like to spend time with our families and outta town. The beauty about our working relationship is that we will cover for one another as well.Mm-hmm. So we communicate if somebody's gonna be non-available, that person, the other coach will be responsible to take those calls. So I try to kinda balance it the best as possible. But again, it comes down to the quality of my clients and not the quantity. I, I love them all dearly and I wanna take the very best care of them.So whatever it takes. Michael: Yeah, that's nice. That's wonderful. And then to you thinking of the general population, what needs to change for people to be more open to dentistry? Amy: Well, you know, unfortunately we live in a populace where we have a lot of patients who are very fearful of the dentist. And so they won't go, and I'd like to think that, you know, unfortunately, fortunately, COVID actually brought a lot of attention to this because it's the oral cavity, right?Oral cavity is the gateway to your systemic health. And so what I'm really, really hoping is, is that people will take their oral health very seriously. So where does that come from? It actually comes from, um, you know, children being in school and they have a hygienist.embrace your child to take them. Find a great dentist that suits you. as a patient, when you call a dental office, ask specific questions. Ask how long have they been in dentistry? What do they special? Do they do history? Uh, let let the administrator know. If you're high fear, you know, gosh, I just don't like coming to the dentist.Right? And find that right practice. That's going to love you and support you and help you in your dental journey. Okay. Michael: I like that a lot. And then, what's one of the best advice you've ever received that you can share with our listeners? Oh, Amy: in general. In general? Mm-hmm. In general, um, you know, One of our, uh, Chris Oval, this one is the best for me.I've gotten better. I've gotten better. I was not the person who was always on time, right? Mm-hmm. And I love philosophy. If you're on time, you're late, so you need to be early. And that's considered on time. I think that that was actually the best piece of advice she has ever given to me and has shown me.Because for me, when you're early to something, it shows that person that you're meeting, Hey, I'm here undivided attention. I'm waiting for you. I'm excited to meet you. So I always like to live with that, that theory of if I'm early, I'm one time. Yeah. And I'm winning. And it shows that person that they're very important.Nice. Michael: Wonderful. Awesome. Amy, thank you so much for being with us. It's been a pleasure. But before we say goodbye, can you tell our listeners where they can find you? Amy: Oh, yes, you can. You can go to www.dentalpracticemanagementagency.com and you will find myself, Marissa Nicholson and Chris Hamal. Awesome. Michael: So guys, that's gonna be in the show notes below.And Amy, thank you so much for being with us. It's been a pleasure, and we'll hear from you soon. Amy: Thank you so much. It was a pleasure.
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Liam Austin created his company out of love - literally. Desperate to stay with his partner whose visa was expiring, they set out to build a business they could do from anywhere, and wound up launching an accidental empire. Liam Austin is the Co-Founder of Entrepreneurs HQ, a company that helps business owners host virtual events, online summits and mini-workshops. Through the power of virtual events, Entrepreneurs HQ empowers Founders to get more clients, authority and income. Having launched over 15 virtual summits and online conferences, and countless virtual events, hosting over 400 speakers whilst educating 100,000+ business owners through his programs, Liam is a virtual event strategist. With all this experience, he's a specialist at making it easy for people to create their own online events and virtual conferences to grow their email list, authority, impact, and revenue. 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Quotes “After doing this for just a year, we learned so much. We had over a hundred thousand people come to our events.” “That's what's great about virtual events. I'm at home, you can see where I live. You can see my space. It's the authentic me. Authentic you attracts people who jive with you and enjoy working with you.” “One of the big things we learned in our first year was that it's tiring, launching all the time. It's tiring showing up to your own events all the time. So we packaged one of our old events, sent out an email and it sold out…at the same price we sold it for the first time. People were still having the same problem as they were when we originally launched it. They want more leads, they want more sales, they want more clients. It was the same promise, packaged differently.” “When you launch something live, you create the landing page, the copy, the emails, the images, the payment processor, the actual product itself…now we just automate it. You can bring in traffic, sales and leads without launching all the time.” “Partnerships are a great way to grow your business. But as a person, there are some really great benefits of building relationships with people who are servicing your niche.” Links mentioned in this episode: Visit the website for Entrepreneurs HQ at https://entrepreneurshq.com/ Receive your own Virtual Events Checklist by entering your information at https://entrepreneurshq.com/virtual-workshop-checklist/?utm_source=qwwcom&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=qwwc Get free access to the Virtual SUmmit Masterclass at https://virtualsummitclass.com/ Follow Entrepreneurs HQ on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/entrepreneurshq Connect with Liam on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/liamaustin/ Contact Liam personally by emailing him at email@example.com
We are forever curious about finding ways to communicate with Spirit. We know from our own experiences that everyone has their own way of translating messages, which help to facilitate healing and provide guidance to those that are in need.Meet Tina Powers. She's a former news anchor and reporter and says her career now as a Spiritual Medium and Intuitive is “reporting from the other side.” In addition to her virtual private readings, Tina travels around the world conducting lectures and workshops on intuition and regularly holds private sessions at the world renowned Miraval Resort.We had the privilege of having a reading with Tina and it blew us away! Not only did we receive validation, guidance, and healing, we laughed, we cried, and we came away feeling motivated and lighter all around.On this week's podcast, we take a deep dive into Tina's abilities, specifically from a reporter's perspective, and we all get her advice on how we can tap into the power of intuition.MORE FROM TINAWebsite: tinapowers.comInstagram: @tinapowersFor more from Robyn + Karen, and to sign up for Weekly Inspo visit seekingcenter.appYou can also follow Seeking Center on Instagram at @seekingcenterrobyn
Direct Download Bing takes an immersive trip back in time with a visit to The Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Colorado; the site where Manitou recorded their one and only album, “In the Garden of the Gods.” Bing performs one of the tracks in the park, while sharing rare footage of the group recording “Boy on Rock.” Bing Futch is endorsed by Folkcraft Instruments, V-Picks and Zither Stands. Enjoy "Dulcimerica"? Consider supporting the program by becoming a patron!
Die Flowgrade Show mit Max Gotzler
In dieser neuen Episode der Flowgrade Show präsentiere ich dir Dr. Simone Kochs mitreißende Keynote vom flowDay 2022 in München zum Thema "Forever Young: Die Geheimnisse von Zellalterung und Entzündungen". Du erfährst, wie eng diese beiden Faktoren zusammenhängen und welche Mechanismen und Faktoren zur Alterung beitragen, sowie die Rolle von Entzündungen in diesem Prozess. Wer ist Dr. Simone Koch? Dr. Simone Koch ist eine renommierte Expertin für Hormone, Ernährungsmedizin und Autoimmunerkrankungen. Nach ihrer Weiterbildung in Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe eröffnete sie eine eigene Praxis in Berlin mit Schwerpunkt auf diesen Gebieten. Sie ist auch Mitgründerin und Autorin der Informationsplattform Autoimmunhilfe und hat fünf Bücher veröffentlicht. Ihre Expertise und Erfahrungen teilt sie auf ihrem erfolgreichen Instagram-Account, der viele Menschen inspiriert und informiert. Highlights der Folge: Die Verbindung zwischen Zellalterung und Entzündungen Mechanismen und Faktoren, die zur Alterung beitragen Die Rolle von Entzündungen im Alterungsprozess Triff Dr. Simone Koch beim FlowFest 2023 in München Nachdem du Dr. Simone Kochs faszinierenden Vortrag gehört hast, bist du sicherlich neugierig auf mehr solcher Erkenntnisse und spannender Inhalte. Genau das findest du auf dem FlowFest 2023! Dort wird Dr. Simone Koch erneut als Sprecherin dabei sein, gemeinsam mit einer beeindruckenden Riege von Experten und Vordenkern aus den Bereichen Gesundheit, Unternehmertum, Technologie und mehr. FlowFest 2023: Entfalte dein volles Potenzial – Das Top-Event für Biohacking & persönliche Transformation Das diesjährige Thema des FlowFests, "Elevating Human Potential", bietet ein umfangreiches Programm mit engagierten Vordenkern, spannenden Workshops und bahnbrechenden Ausstellern. Entdecke innovative Wege, um Körper, Geist und Natur miteinander zu verbinden, um neue Synergien zu schaffen und dein volles Potenzial auszuschöpfen. Das FlowFest 2023 findet vom 7. bis 9. Juli in München statt. Schnapp dir am besten gleich deine Tickets auf www.flowfest.de, um bei diesem einzigartigen Event dabei zu sein! Folge uns auf Instagram und im flowTribe für Updates und exklusive Inhalte. Lass dir diese Chance nicht entgehen, dein Leben auf das nächste Level zu bringen. Ich freue mich darauf, dich auf dem FlowFest 2023 zu treffen! Beim FlowFest hast du die perfekte Gelegenheit, noch tiefer in diese Themen einzusteigen und von den besten Experten auf ihrem Gebiet zu lernen. Außerdem kannst du dich mit der Community vernetzen und die neuesten Methoden und Techniken kennenlernen, um dein volles Potenzial auszuschöpfen. Also, lass uns gemeinsam auf dem FlowFest 2023 unser Wissen erweitern, uns inspirieren lassen und unsere Leidenschaft für persönliche Entwicklung und Wachstum teilen. Ich freue mich schon darauf, dich dort zu sehen! Weitere Folgen der Flowgrade Show: Hör dir noch mehr interessante Folgen der Flowgrade Show an: www.flowgrade.de/podcast Go for Flow.
May is National Stroke awareness month And Partnership Gwinnett hands out Movers and Makers awards We'll have all this and more on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. Commercial M.O.G. Story 1. GGC Georgia Gwinnett College held its Inaugural African American Male Initiative Summit to increase retention and graduation rates among African American males, who have historically faced challenges. The summit, sponsored by GGC's AAMI-Elite Scholars program, provided a forum for the students to share experiences and discuss positive solutions. Workshops and breakout sessions focused on various topics, including wellness and emotional intelligence, aligned with AAMI's mission to provide an integrated program model of academic, leadership, and life skills. AAMI has impacted GGC students as 91% of participants who started the program in fall 2021 returned in fall 2022. STORY 2: Stroke May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and it's important to understand the signs and risk factors for stroke. Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability, with more than 795,000 people in the U.S. having a stroke each year. A stroke occurs when blood flow to part of the brain is interrupted or reduced, causing brain cells to die. The acronym FAST can help recognize the signs of stroke: Face drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty, and Time to call 911. Risk factors for stroke include age, race or ethnicity, and sex, with people over 55, African Americans, Hispanics, and men having a higher risk. Story 3: Movers and Shakers Partnership Gwinnett hosted the 12th annual Movers and Makers Awards on Thursday to recognize the most innovative and impactful advanced manufacturing and supply chain management companies in Gwinnett County. The event featured John J. Bolla, President of UPS Healthcare, as keynote speaker. The advanced manufacturing and supply chain management industries represent nearly 11% of all industry in Gwinnett County. The awards were given to companies based on their impact, service, community involvement, educational partnerships, workforce development, customer service, economic impact, and innovative products or services. The companies awarded were Garrard Group, Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US, Skipper Logistics, Eclipse Gaming Systems, ePac Atlanta, AdEdge, and Price Industries……we're back in a moment Commercial Peggy Slappey Commercial Tom Wages - Obits STORY 4:Art The Norcross Gallery and Studios in Georgia is currently hosting an exhibition titled “Georgia Spring,” featuring the works of five artists. One artist, Anne Emerson Hall, has a trilogy of large portraits that depict a young woman in the spring of her life. The model for the paintings, Kristin Costa, is a talented artist herself who created the bird mask, bird wings and corsets that are featured in the paintings. Other artworks on display include Jean Baldwin's “Bellingrath Gardens,” William Grewe Mullins' “Change in the Cushions,” Kathy Collins' “Gallery Garden” and Lucy Brady's “Cumberland Island.” Additionally, Norcross Gallery is offering various art classes, open studio sessions and workshops, including one with award-winning landscape painter Bill Davidson. Story 5: Boys Lacrosse In the quarterfinals of the Class 5A state boys lacrosse playoffs, Wesleyan staged a stunning comeback against Fellowship Christian with a 13-12 victory. The Wolves trailed 12-8 with four minutes remaining before scoring four decisive goals in the waning moments of regulation. Broder Conley scored the game-winning goal in overtime, capping off an "insanely epic game," according to Wesleyan head coach Connor Breslin. The victory sends Wesleyan to the Final Four, where they will host Westminster . Conley scored four goals, while Jameson Meyer, Nick Schaller, Lawson Jones and Carter Fears also scored during the comeback. Wesleyan improves to 17-1 on the season. Commercial: Ingles – City of Lawrenceville Story 6: Girls Lacrosse The Brookwood girls lacrosse team was eliminated from the state playoffs after an 18-7 loss to Walton in the Elite Eight. Despite the loss, Brookwood won the Area 1-AAAAAAA title this season, and retiring head coach Dawn Thomas praised her players. Triniti Cassidy scored four goals, while Alexis Scoggins and Zoe Calendine also contributed in the attack, along with Hannah-Sophia Suarez. Senior Leah Brown had 118 goals, 37 assists, and 155 points in the past four seasons. Goalie Jaxynn Cogwell had a season-high 14 saves against Walton, supported by the defense of Ashley Stidham, Neema Desamu-Thorpe, Taylor Jones, Damilola Kasumu, and Janiyah Hanna. We'll be right back Henssler 60 Thanks again for listening to today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. 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This week, a celebration of 50 years of the Ozark Folk Center State Park presented through archival audio from its 1973 grand opening as well as interviews of key park figures and commentary by historian and writer Charley Sandage. The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, in an early attempt to preserve the vanishing heritage of the Ozark Mountains, assisted local craftsmen and musicians to form the Ozark Foothills Crafts Guild in 1962. The guild started with 30 members and grew to a membership of over 300 master craftsmen and musicians. In 1963 the guild, in cooperation with local civic organizations, education advocate Bessie Moore, and renowned Ozark singer-songwriter Jimmy Driftwood organized the first Arkansas Folk Festival which attracted approximately 15,000 people. The festival became an annual event and within a few years was attracting almost 100,000 people to Mountain View. Because of the success of the annual festival the guild realized that they needed a permanent home. The guild, in cooperation with local government, obtained a grant from the United States Economic Development Administration to establish a private commercial craft center at Mountain View. Prior to its opening in the Spring of 1973, the state of Arkansas recognized the potential of the project and folded the Ozark Folk Center into the state park system and provided additional funding. Ozark Folk Center State Park is dedicated to perpetuating the music, crafts, and culture of the Ozarks. Located in Mountain View, Arkansas, and open mid-April to late-October, the park offers visitors an opportunity to watch artisans work, to stroll through the Heritage Herb Garden, and to hear live Southern mountain music. In the Craft Village at the Ozark Folk Center, more than 20 working artisans demonstrate, create, and sell handmade items. Handcrafted items like leather purses and goods, baskets, brooms, stained glass, ironwork, pottery, knives, weavings, quilts, wood carvings, spun yarn, soap, candles, and more are made onsite. Artisans also host workshops throughout the year for a more immersive crafting experience with personal attention and hands-on instruction. The Heritage Herb Garden is where old-time pass-along plants, medicinal herbs, native plants, and edible herbs are grown. The Garden functions as a living classroom for workshops and programs. Events celebrating both culinary and medicinal herbs are held in May and October. Music is at the heart of this park. Fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, and autoharp are just some of the instruments that combine to produce that enduring Ozark Mountain sound. The Ozark Highlands Theater hosts live concerts and special events, bringing legendary artists from all facets of Americana music to the stage. Workshops are also available at scheduled times for musicians and dancers of all skill levels. In this week's “From the Vault” segment, musician, educator, and country music legacy Mark Jones offers a 1973 archival recording of Ozark original Jimmy Driftwood singing is famous song “The Battle of New Orleans,” at the park's grand opening from the Ozark Folk Center State Park archives.
Manifest More with Dawn Maynor
This was an amazing conversation about growth, spirituality, and woman existing as the Queens that we are! She literally had me wanting to put a CROWN on my head!! Dr. CarolLaine M García is a Joy Coach for ambitious, professional women who want to embody their Queen truth ° light° joy. CarolLaine's own path to joy started with her education path in the United States after emigrating from the Dominican Republic. She went on to complete a doctorate in Organizational Psychology, a Certified Professional Life Coaching Certificate, a Yoga Teacher Certification, plus 10+ years of strategic consulting experiences. It was her search for fulfillment and joy that led to a deep personal development journey filled with books, therapy, journaling, and coaching. After finding her own light and joy and deciding to start her own business, she is on a mission to share that with others. What She Offers: Coaching, Workshops, Speaking Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org, Instagram @carollainemgarcia, LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/carollainemgarcia/ Books we discussed: "the untethered should" By Michael A. Singer, "The Awakening" By Eckhart Tolle, "Think and Grow Rich" By Napoleon Hill You can listen for free for 30 days by going to www.audibletrial.com/dawnmaynor Your free, 30-day trial comes with: 1 credit (2 credits for Prime members), good for any premium selection titles you like—yours to keep. The Audible Plus Catalog of podcasts, audiobooks, guided wellness, and Audible Originals. Listen all you want, no credits needed. Want to connect with more? Just message me to schedule a coaching session, Reiki, Sound Healing, Yoga or a Meditation class through my email linked below or anywhere on social media. I also have other free resources on instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. email@example.com Website link here to book me for Reiki, Dream Board Workshops, Yoga, Meditations, or take my Course Manifest More. Please share this podcast with a friend or on social media. Thanks for tuning! Love, Manifest More With Dawn Maynor
Innovation in Global Food Systems The Value of FARMS Workshops An Updated Kansas Garden Guide 00:01:00 – Innovation in Global Food Systems: We begin today's show with recording from Tuesday's panel discussion on the role of innovation in global food systems, we hear from U.S. Representative Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania, the chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, and Dean of the K-State College of Agriculture and director of K-State Research and Extension, Ernie Minton. 00:12:00 – The Value of FARMS Workshops: Kansas producer, Chad Epler, discusses the value of the FARMS workshops at the Four State Farm Show. We also hear from USDA's Rod Bain with new meat and poultry processing expansion grants from the USDA. 00:23:00 – An Updated Kansas Garden Guide: Rebecca McMahon, administrator of K-State's local food systems program, and one of the authors of the new Kansas Garden Guide, talks about some of the revisions and additions to the 2023 guide. Link to Garden Guide KSRE Bookstore - Kansas Garden Guide [Order here] (ksu.edu) Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
In this episode, we interview Lou Acosta, also known as Brother Lew, who is a renowned author, songwriter, TV & Radio Host, event coordinator, and the oldest active Gospel Rap Evangelist in the U.S. Brother Lew talks about his life story, from growing up in the Bronx, to being incarcerated in both juvenile and federal prison, to finding God and turning his life around. He shares how he has authored more than 10 books, written over 200 songs, and produced over 20 films and music videos. #BrotherLew #GospelRap #HipHop #PrisonToPurpose #Author BrotherLew.com https://open.spotify.com/artis...
I am back for episode 3 of season 2 of the J.H. Leather podcast where I catch you up on all the ongoings from the workshop. In this episode I chat about the first three 1:1 workshops for 2023 and well as let you all in on my 3 in 1 make along video. Hope you enjoy listening, and I will catch you next time. ExpressVPN: https://strms.net/expressvpn_jhleather The second channel:https://bit.ly/hiimjo Want to do a 1:1 workshop with us or an online lesson? Check out our website for more information: https://www.jhleather.co.uk/pages/learn-leathercraft - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Useful links: Our Website: https://www.jhleather.co.uk Save up to $500 on your own Glowforge! https://www.glowforge.com/jhleather Pattern Packs: https://bit.ly/pattern_packs ~ 1:1 Workshops: https://bit.ly/jhleather_workshops Acrylic Templates: https://bit.ly/acrylic_templates Premium DIY Kits: https://bit.ly/DIY_leathercraft_kits Online Course: https://bit.ly/jhleather_online_course Join us on Discord: https://bit.ly/jhleather_discord Support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/jhleather_patreon Podcast: https://bit.ly/jhleather_podcast Official Merch: https://bit.ly/jhleather_merch Second Channel: https://bit.ly/hiimjo 30 day FREE trial of Awesome Music for your Videos:https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/8sisfx Love learning? Get a 30 day FREE trial of Skillshare: https://skl.sh/MKR175 AFFILIATE DISCLOSURE: Some, but not all, of the links in the description are affiliate links where I earn a small fee of your purchase at no extra cost to you. These links help support the channel and allow me to create more videos for you to enjoy. Thank you for your support.
My guest Christina Dynamite and I are chatting about our intimate journeys through non-monogamy and polyamory as we share personal experiences, challenges, and triumphs in navigating their unconventional relationships. We dive deep into relationships, sexuality, and even STIs, offering practical advice and invaluable resources for listeners.Christina B. Dynamite (she/her) is a vibrant Mental Wellness Coach, Educator, Nurse, and Artist who fiercely believes that being authentically yourself and chasing your passions are non-negotiable needs for a meaningful life.Dynamite is a human perpetually seeking growth and recovery from trauma, ADHD, addiction, and societal programming including white privilege. She is a bisexual polyamorous kinky queer who rides motorcycles, scuba dives, occasionally performs music & cabaret, and also serves on the board of the Oregon Holistic Nurses Association. She is deeply grateful for the encouragement, support, and love from her wife, 5 cats, 3 dogs, many mentors, muses, and friends.
The struggle that lies within my soul, Is bigger than what's out there. For I must conquer the demons of doubt, By facing all that I fear. I would say "hang in there" for this lunar eclipse in Scorpio, but I feel way more like "Go for it!" Let's overcome the victim, fear-mongering, buck up, do the work, and conquer the demons rather than pity ourselves. This is a unique period of possible huge breakthroughs that will also "break down" a lot of old structures, institutions, beliefs, and illusions. So let them go! Let's not mope about what is leaving the stage but create the next scene for the play! I don't mean to diminish the importance of feeling the grief that comes with any loss. In fact, it is part of the process of self-discovery to descend into the dark realms of anger, betrayal, and rage that exist down in the root chakra underworld, as that is also where the serpent kundalini life force slumbers which seeks to be awakened. In some ways, we are all knights searching for the dragon, which symbolizes magic and power and holds the promise of rebirth. As I mentioned in the report, this can be a death of the lower, ego-controlled mind that can then birth the higher spirit mind of Uranus. So watch your stories, change them, let go of them, and rewrite them into a victorious, powerful, loving future, knowing that it is a story. This is liberation. Let's do it! A fascinating piece, most certainly Scorpion: https://youtu.be/s_nc1IVoMxc Another one from Ren 8 years ago: https://youtu.be/284ugnS_ruQ So Much Love, Kaypacha https://newparadigmastrology.com/ Sign up for my weekly newsletter to receive my Astro reports and uncensored insights: http://bit.ly/npanewsletter
What is it going to take for you to achieve your BIG, BEAUTIFUL DREAM?! You have it in you, now let's bring it to the world! The people of Earth need your drive and you deserve to have your cup filled over and over again. The world is YOURS! So how do you leave your mark in the best way possible?!Change your life one day at a time, with my FREE 30 Days Of Alignment Guide.Become a SYNERGY VIP member and be enrolled in ALL of my courses and trainings for the next 6 months!Roxy Talks Manifestation Podcast Copyright 2023*All information in this podcast is intended for General information purposes only. By listening to this you agree that all your decisions based on and application of the information contained in this podcast is by your own personal choice. By listening to this podcast you agree that You do not hold Roxy Talks LLC or Roxy directly or indirectly liable for any claim or third party claim, death, injury, or personal/physical damage as a result of the use, interpretation, or application of the information contained in this podcastHOW TO WORK WITH ME:CLICK HERE for the current live Master Training and Group Programs being offeredJOIN SYNERGY to have access to ALL my courses, workshops, live events, and trainings.CLICK HERE for Courses, Workshops: JOIN THE MANIFEST A SPECIFIC PERSON WORKSHOP: Address your specific limiting beliefs, release your doubts and create new habits that will lead you to success and personal fulfillment!CLICK HERE to sign up!EMBODY YOUR MOST CONFIDENT SELF
Sundie and Steve recap the Career Sweetspot Workshop from this past weekend (0:20). Context and tactics for the ‘Keep or Kill' list (11:09). Our ‘Keep' list (18:35). Our ‘Kill' list(28:37). Resources + Download our *free* Career Transition Planner. + Check out our other tools and coaching offers. Contact Greenhouse Coaching + Head to the Connect page of our website to inquire about Individual Coaching, Team Coaching, Workshops, and more! + Follow us on Instagram and send us a DM + Email us at email@example.com Thanks for listening, and cheers to figuring out what's next!
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In this week's episode of Energetically You we focused on how to protect your energy from being impacted by other people's negative energy. I chatted with my friend Britt Gustafson of BeMindBodySoul about her path that took her out of working corporate jobs to being a Reiki Master. She shares her tips on protecting yourself from other peoples' energy - even virtually. The top questions we will be asking ourselves throughout the episode include: What is Distance Reiki?What are some ways to restore your positive energy and protect yourself from absorbing the negative vibes of others?What is the best way to start your day to set yourself for good energy throughout the day? Quote “If there's one thing you can do for yourself, try to implement more mindful practices in your life and what you're doing.” -Britt Gustafson Thank you for listening! Are you looking to try Distant Reiki with Britt? CONNECT WITH BRITT: www.instagram.com/bemindbodysoul More on Britt: As the owner of BE Mind Body Soul, I've built a modern health and wellness brand + community. The intention is on spiritual growth through building a mindful community supported by Reiki, Mindful Life Coaching, Intuitive Business Coaching, Essential Oils, Meditation, Manifestation, Women Empowerment Circles, Workshops and Retreats. More Notes on the Show Binaural Beats Britt Loves: Epic https://youtu.be/nkkJgdiR8IA Amazing https://youtu.be/YmRs6UqhkZE Good Vibes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R27N7lBZzuo&feature=youtu.be If you enjoyed this episode you might also like: How Each Of Us Can Leverage The Power Of Gratitude Joy Harrington on Tapping Into Your Feminine Energy If you are enjoying the podcast please help us get the word out by taking a screenshot of the episode and posting it to social media! Tag me @meganswanwellness xo Connect with Megan Swan Social: Instagram Facebook Pinterest
Final Episode of Season Three. Stay tuned for updates on Season Four.Musical Facilitation Methods - Dan Miller - Part 2 of 2Why music makes experiences betterWhat are your favorite musical activities?What role does music have in empathy and compassion?What is the future of musical facilitation?Dan Miller is the President and Chief Consultant of Fifth Pillar Consulting. Dan loves Experiential Education, Leadership Development, and Shenanigans.LinkedIn: Dan MillerWebsite: fifthpillarconsulting.comEmail: Dan@fifthpillarconsulting.comShoutouts and References: Association for Experiential Education (AEE)Billy BougheySean SpecieChad LittlefieldJoseph CookLorilei DreibelbisThe Muppet MovieHigh Five AdventuresPhil BrownDancing with ScissorsAssociation for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT)Bring Training to Life workshopJeff GoldbergLive and Learning ConsultingWhat does WorkPlay Solutions do?We create Team Events that don't suck and professional Workshops that aren't boring.News and UpdatesWant to create learn how to create the perfect environment for learning? Our Bring Training To Life workshop is for you. Thank you to everyone who enjoyed Season Three of the WorkPlay Solutions Podcast.Website: www.workplaysolutions.comLinkedIn: company/workplaysolFacebook: @workplaysolInstagram: @workplaysolPodcast Info:Host: Mark Suroviec, M.Ed. Music: Music by REDproductions from Pixabay
What to listen for:Discover the fascinating world of canine detection and odor science as Stacy and Crystal chat (for the second time!) with special guest, Lauryn DeGreeff. Lauryn is hosting an exciting conference at the end of May that brings together experts in the field to share their knowledge and the latest research. You'll be amazed by the impressive list of speakers and topics, ranging from the Canadian Police Canine Association to crab-sniffing canines!The field of canine science has seen a shift towards collaboration and in-person conferences. Workshops play an important role in generating new ideas. Additionally in this episode, you'll get a glimpse into Lauryn's research interests and how she ensures her work has immediate use within the canine community. With a wide range of subjects explored, from detecting graves from the middle ages to training dogs to differentiate between marijuana and hemp, there's something for everyone in this episode and at this event!Key Topics:Canine Detection and Olfaction Science Conference (01:03)Collaborative Canine Science (10:25)Conference Planning and Details (16:00)Odor Detection and Forensic Science (26:04)Detection Dogs and Technology (32:48)Updates on Lab Projects (42:55)Canine Handler Training & Scientist Collaboration (49:09)Canines: The Original Biosensors book (53:44)Resources:Register here for the Canine Olfaction & Detection Science Conference: https://go.fiu.edu/k9sciconCanines: The Original Biosensors book USE PROMO CODE: JSP30 for 30% offK9 Detection Collaborative Episode 9: Canines as the Original Biosensor & Odor/Scent Chemistry with Dr. Lauryn DeGreeffWe want to hear from you:Check out the K9 Detection Collaborative FB page and comment on the episode post!K9Sensus Foundation can be found on Facebook and Instagram. We have a Trainer's Group on Facebook!Scentsabilities Nosework is also on Facebook. Here is a Facebook group you should join!Crystal Wing K9 Coach can be found here!You can follow us for notifications of upcoming episodes, find us at k9detectioncollaborative.com to enjoy the freebies and tell your friends so you can keep the conversations going.Jingle by: www.mavericksings.com Instagram: @mavericktasticAudio editing & other podcast services by: www.thepodcastman.com Instagram: @the_podcast_man
Ann and Chris Frederick, co-creators of Frederick Stretch Therapy, drop by the pod to discuss their current ideas for treating people with hypermobility. 1. The Ehlers-Danlos Society 2. Chris Frederick interviews HSD specialist Aaron Hartman, MD 3. Workshops in Frederick Stretch Therapy® at the Stretch to Win Institute BodyTalk Listeners! Save 10% off a subscription to the Anatomy♥️LOVERS eBox. www.anatomyscapes.com PromoCode: FRIENDS OF DAVID --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/david-lesondak/message
In this clip, The Little Shaman talks about The Eliza Effect and the similarities between interactions with artificial intelligence and relationships with narcissistic & antisocial personalities.. Appointments, Workshops & Free Tools: https://www.littleshaman.orgSupport the show: https://www.paypal.me/littleshamanArticles by The Little Shaman: https://hubpages.com/@sindelleNarcissistic Abuse Recovery Clinic: https://www.littleshaman.org/clinicSacred Healing Recovery Support Group: https://www.littleshaman.org/shrgSPONSOR: Save 10% on BetterHelp.com: https://betterhelp.com/tls
It's spring! Have you looked at your website in the last 6 months, 12 months? Chances are it could use a spring cleaning. Today I'm sharing where to look for dust & clutter that is not serving you in your marketing and how you make changes to attract ideal clients and make your website a integral part of your marketing strategy. Freebie! Write Your Website Template - everything you need to know to write a killer website that attracts ideal clients and grows your audience. https://rachael-weaver.ck.page Courses & Workshops on Human Design + Messaging: rachaelweaver.podia.com Want me to write your sales page or emails for you using your Human Design? Schedule a call to discuss your project. Rachaelweaver.com/contact Listen to the podcast on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/be-you-babe/id1601853339 Let's be friends! Join the FREE Facebook group to access more free trainings facebook.com/groups/alignedcopyposse Come play on Instagram instagram.com/iamrachaelweaver Check out my website rachaelweaver.com Who am I? I'm Rachael Weaver and I blend Human Design and conversion copywriting to help spiritual entrepreneurs create a cohesive, wildly irresistible, and deeply aligned brand voice so that they speak their truth unapologetically. I've helped women sell out programs on the first round, sell high ticket 1:1 with ease and create a massive impact with a simple message. My clients create their next-level brand voice as they step further into their alignment and clearly speak their soul's message with confidence. Simply put, I'm your soul-aligned messaging coach. I offer DIY digital products, masterclasses and courses as well as Done-for-you copywriting services. Get in Touch: Want to chat? I'd love to hear from you. Instagram DM at @iamrachaelweaver directly will be the quickest way to get a response, but if you question is very long, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I try my best to reply to things, but unfortunately there aren't enough hours in a day to respond to everyone. Sorry!
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
Clay Clark Testimonials | "Clay Clark Has Helped Us to Grow from 2 Locations to Now 6 Locations. Clay Has Done a Great Job Helping Us to Navigate Anything That Has to Do with Running the Business, Building the System, the Workflows, to Buy Property." - Charles Colaw (Learn More Charles Colaw and Colaw Fitness Today HERE: www.ColawFitness.com) See the Thousands of Success Stories and Millionaires That Clay Clark Has Coached to Success HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/ Learn More About How Clay Has Taught Doctor Joe Lai And His Team Orthodontic Team How to Achieve Massive Success Today At: www.KLOrtho.com Learn How to Grow Your Business Full THROTTLE NOW!!! Learn How to Turn Your Ideas Into A REAL Successful Company + Learn How Clay Clark Coached Bob Healy Into the Success Of His www.GrillBlazer.com Products Learn More About the Grill Blazer Product Today At: www.GrillBlazer.com Learn More About the Actual Client Success Stories Referenced In Today's Video Including: www.ShawHomes.com www.SteveCurrington.com www.TheGarageBA.com www.TipTopK9.com Learn More About How Clay Clark Has Helped Roy Coggeshall to TRIPLE the Size of His Businesses for Less Money That It Costs to Even Hire One Full-Time Minimum Wage Employee Today At: www.ThrivetimeShow.com To Learn More About Roy Coggeshall And His Real Businesses Today Visit: https://TheGarageBA.com/ https://RCAutospecialists.com/ Clay Clark Testimonials | "Clay Clark Has Helped Us to Grow from 2 Locations to Now 6 Locations. Clay Has Done a Great Job Helping Us to Navigate Anything That Has to Do with Running the Business, Building the System, the Workflows, to Buy Property." - Charles Colaw (Learn More Charles Colaw and Colaw Fitness Today HERE: www.ColawFitness.com) See the Thousands of Success Stories and Millionaires That Clay Clark Has Coached to Success HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/ Learn More About Attending the Highest Rated and Most Reviewed Business Workshops On the Planet Hosted by Clay Clark In Tulsa, Oklahoma HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/business-conferences/ Download A Millionaire's Guide to Become Sustainably Rich: A Step-by-Step Guide to Become a Successful Money-Generating and Time-Freedom Creating Business HERE: www.ThrivetimeShow.com/Millionaire See Thousands of Actual Client Success Stories from Real Clay Clark Clients Today HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/
The FujiCast: Photography Podcast
Neale's very excited as his 16-55mm lens is due to arrive whilst the show is being recorded and Kev's readying himself for the start of the wedding season. Today questions and mails about a special Fujifilm and NHS picture competition to celebrate 75 years of the health service, choosing the best monitor for editing and programs for editing, starting a photowalk and workshop business, linear motor lenses, eating garlic as defence, slower lightroom with higher resolution sensors, manual focus peaking problems, restoring photos and used cameras, plus our guest is London street photographer, Mr. Whisper, back for part two of his chat with Neale. THIS WEEK'S LIST OF LINK GOODNESS... Pic Time: https://www.pic-time.com/ - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage: https://www.fujicast.co.uk/episodes/episode-245 Kevin Mullins: https://www.kevinmullinsphotography.co.uk Neale James: https://www.nealejames.com Loading Zone podcast productions: https://www.loadingzone.co.uk Mr. Whisper's website: https://www.mrwhisperstudios.com/ Mr. Whisper's November workshop in London: https://bit.ly/41Oxwge Ken Rockwell's 16-55mm review: https://www.kenrockwell.com/fuji/x-mount-lenses/16-55mm-f28.htm Fujifilm celebrating 75 years of the NHS with a photography competition: https://www.nhs75-fujifilm.com/ Fixation London: https://www.fixationuk.com/
Ep#145: Join Hosts, Helen Edwards and January Liddell as their share some takeaways from the Live Event broadcasted across social media called, Art of Livin' with Matthew McConaughey, Dean Graziosi, Marie Forleo, Trent Shelton, and Tony Robbins.Disclaimer: We are not doctors, therapists, psychologists, lawyers, or medical professionals of any kind. Please be advised if you have any life threatening medical conditions or mental health, please see your doctor. National Suicide Hotline: 988Thank you for all the continued support. Please leave us a review here or on our Facebook Page: Sexy Freedom MediaYou can also send us a note or review to SexyFreedomNow@gmail.comJoin our Facebook Group: Sexy, Successful, and Soul Fedhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/sexys...Thank you for your gifts and financial support of this podcast through Venmo @SexyFreedomMediaSexy Freedom Media Podcast -Good vibes, Inspiration, true life, freedom of expression, and cool humans. Helen Edwards is a Financial Strategist, Creator of Speaking Events, Workshops, Yoga Retreats, & Host Podcast. International Author: Nothing Sexier Than Freedom & Your Inner Evolution. January Liddell is a Financial Expert, author, and military wife. Click our Link below to find more information on us and our offers today! More info here: https://januaryliddell.com/Find our #Podcast on YouTube, Spotify, and iTunes Hosts, Helen Edwards and January LiddellGet your copy of the book, Nothing Sexier Than FreedomCLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION:https://linktr.ee/sexyfreedommediaSupport the show "Buy us a coffee"https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Helofajo...https://www.buymeacoffee.com/januarylidl**Want to start your own podcast? We love using Buzzsprout! Following the link in the show notes let's Buzzsprout know we sent you, gets you a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and helps support our show. https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_...Support the show
Wedding Photography with Taylor Jackson
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Direct Download Closing out a trio of videos from the John C. Campbell Folk School, Bing's “Continuing Dulcimer” class earns a much-deserved encore, for which they are well-prepared. Bing Futch is endorsed by Folkcraft Instruments, V-Picks and Zither Stands. Enjoy "Dulcimerica"? Consider supporting the program by becoming a patron!