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The Paul Gough Audio Experience: Business Lessons for Physical Therapists
"3 Steps to Transform Yourself into Building World-Class Teams" | Episode 503

The Paul Gough Audio Experience: Business Lessons for Physical Therapists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 21:50


Your ability to build and have a good team, mirrors your commitment to people. It's as simple as that. Because as a clinic owner, you're no longer in the physio game, you're in the talent spotting game, the team building game. It's not about being better at the physio, it's about getting to the point of having a good enough team to free you up to do that thing that really makes the income. When you get into the mindset that you're building the team, the income explodes. Learn how the top 3 ways to transform yourself to become a world-class team builder:

Memphis Continental Wrestling Cast
MCWC Presents Time Warp, Episode 1

Memphis Continental Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 63:21


"Hold your breath, Make a wish, Count to three" Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to this first monthly special where will be covering promotions outside of Memphis and most importantly you the listener gets to decide where we go, on the first Sunday of each Month we will be covering another promotions tv show, maybe a PPV, maybe a look at a specific wrestler, who knows, only you decide.  To be part of the show you need to follow us @memphiscast on twitter and keep an eye on the poll.  This month we head down to Texas and cover World Class wrestling from January 9th 1982.  Sit back and enjoy, dont forget to hit the subscriber button to never miss a episode of this and the usual weekly look at Memphis TV. 

Real People USA
Los Angeles is a World-Class American City, But California Democrat Politicians Treat Us Like We Are In China!

Real People USA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:43


It's to fix Los Angeles and other cities. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realpeopleusa/support

Action and Ambition
Cory Chamberlain Helps Businesses Grow Using World Class Digital Media Services

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:49


In this episode, we are joined by Cory Chamberlain, the Founder, and CEO of FatCatPR, a digital PR agency focused on working with health care, start-ups, and other businesses seeking capital and leveraging PR to attract investors. It helps organizations need to get their news in front of the media, stakeholders, and the public that searches for news online. FATCAT PR maintains its proprietary distribution technologies that enable them to target audiences globally and drive demand across all channels. Tune in to learn more!

Timeless Teachings - Spirituality and Mysticism in Daily Life
World - Class Brain – Inside the Minds of High Performing Athletes and CEOs – Dr Frederick Travis

Timeless Teachings - Spirituality and Mysticism in Daily Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 71:39


What is the difference in the brain functioning of the high performing athletes, world class CEOs… and everyone else? Can anyone get there? HOW? Would psychedelics help (or not)? How do you “measure” what is called “enlightenment”? How useful is it in a modern world?  Our guest today is Dr Frederick Travis, a world-class scientist who spent a very big part of his life researching the brain functioning of high performing people and meditation practitioners. Frederick will give us answers to these and other questions. Let's tune in.  Moments To Listen For:Do birds see in colour?What is the process of Transcending? How does the brain change during the meditation states?Does “detachment” make you less empathetic and less sensitive to other people's pain (or not)? The Science of the States of Consciousness The Science of Lucid Dreaming Physiology and Transcending Brain and Consciousness World-Class Peak Performance Brain Can we “measure” what is called “enlightenment” from a scientific point of view? What do psychedelics really do and what affect do they have on the brain functioning? How helpful (or not) are they for the spiritual seekers?  ABOUT DR. FREDERICK TRAVIS:Dr. Frederick Travis received his PhD in Psychology at Maharishi International University in 1988. After a two-year post-doctoral position in basic sleep research at the University of California Davis, Dr. Travis returned to Maharishi International Management as Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition. His work has focused on brain development from birth to adulthood, effects of stress on brain functioning, effects of meditation on the brain during and after meditation practice (state and trait effects), subjective and objective markers of higher states of consciousness, brain patterns of peak performance and effects of other technologies from the Vedic tradition of India such as yoga asana practice, listening to Vedic recitation, and effects of the built environment on an individual. Fred has published 84 papers and book chapters, and has authored or co-authored four books. He teaches on the under-graduate, master's, and doctoral levels and lectures globally on brain and consciousness. LISTEN to more interviews and follow our IG account here ►https://linktr.ee/timelessteachings  CONNECT with Dr Frederick Travis ►https://www.drfredtravis.com CONNECT with Yana Fry on Social Media here ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yanafryFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/yana.fry.1LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yanafry Like this episode?Subscribe to Timeless Teachings podcast on  iTunes, Spotify, Google, or your favourite podcasting app. Share this with your friends on social media and post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!

Astro Awani
Notepad with Ibrahim Sani: Providing Learners with universal access to world-class learning experience

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 27:26


Raghav Gupta, Managing Director of India & APA, Coursera speaks with Ibrahim Sani about the Providing Learners with universal access to world-class learning experience.

Marketing Against The Grain
How to Build A World-Class Distribution Engine

Marketing Against The Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 31:00 Very Popular


How do you get your product or service out there in a cost-effective way? Kipp and Kieran deep dive into how YOU can build a world-class distribution playbook, taking advantage of core early ad arbitrage opportunities, the importance of video-first, choosing consumer trends that will grow, and more! Links Mentioned: Derek Thompson's tweet on how people spend their time https://twitter.com/DKThomp/status/1549392226530332674 Anu Alturu's article on 25 things she learned at Clubhouse https://anu.substack.com/p/what-i-learned-at-clubhouse- Kieran's tweet on building HubSpot's demand engine ​​https://twitter.com/searchbrat/status/1549058266344341507  Thank you for tuning into Marketing Against The Grain! Don't forget to hit subscribe and follow us on Apple Podcasts (so you never miss an episode)! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/marketing-against-the-grain/id1616700934   If you love this show, please leave us a 5-Star Review https://link.chtbl.com/h9_sjBKH and share your favorite episodes with friends. We really appreciate your support. Host Links: Kipp Bodnar, https://twitter.com/kippbodnar   Kieran Flanagan, https://twitter.com/searchbrat  ‘Marketing Against The Grain' is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.

The Bilna Sandeep Show
Ep-39 - How a Mom's quest for the best lunchbox for her kids lead to a world-class lifestyle brand. Meet Sara Chemma - Founder of Citron

The Bilna Sandeep Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 19:16


What makes each brand popular? It's not just a logo or a tagline. But knowing the pain point of the customers and making a small business brand out on that pain point. Solving a problem of customers is the key aspect. Today we have a guest Sara Chemma, founder of the brand Citron, (Citron) The market-leading company in the field of innovative lifestyle products with a presence in over 27 countries worldwide. LinkedIn Handle- Sara Chemma - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarachemmaa Citron - https://www.linkedin.com/company/citron-dubai/ Let me show you what's inside: 01:50 - Background about Sara & her brand Citron 02:46 - How long did Sara take to build her Business idea and reach the shelves of the store? 03:35 - How did Sara convey her USP of the brand to her customers 05:29 - How she reaches out to 27 countries in the short span of time 06:47 - What was the biggest challenge Citron faced? 08:30 - How did she get 7 figure funding? 09:40 - How did Sara secure awards for herself & her brand? 10:40 - How important is a marketing plan and how does Citron nail it? 13:14 - How did Citron survive during the Pandemic Phase? 14:53 - How was the transition from having an online store to an offline store? 17:29 - Advice for aspiring business owners especially mompreneurs If you found this episode helpful, I would be grateful if you could take a screenshot and share it on Instagram stories by tagging me. If you are listening to this Podcast on iTunes. Please take a moment to rate my podcast. I would really appreciate your feedback and it will help me do more for you all. Select 'View in iTunes' > click on 'Ratings and Reviews' > You can tap on the number of stars to rate and click on write a review to type your valuable feedback for me. Rate us on iTunes and leave us a review on today's episode. Be sure to let me know what other platform you have decided to use other than Instagram from today's episode. Follow us on social media for more tips Bilna's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bilnasandeep/ Homepreneurs Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/homepreneurs/ Website: https://bilnasandeep.com/ https://www.homepreneursclub.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/homepreneursclub/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/BilnaSandeep/featured Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bilnasandeep/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bilnasandeep/message

The Motivated Mind
How To Perform At A World-Class Level Like NBA Superstars

The Motivated Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 48:10


Alan Stein, Jr spent 15+ years working with the highest performing basketball players on the planet, including NBA superstars Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, and Kobe Bryant. Through this work, Alan has identified the proven principles on how to utilize the same approaches in our personal life that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level. In this episode, we discuss why we need to focus on our strength zone, the traits and habits of NBA superstars and how we can apply these to our lives, what Kobe Bryant told Alan that he's never forgotten, and our belief to raise the ceiling on what we think we are capable of. For more go to: www.scottmlynch.com Join my free Discord group: Motivated Minds Want to receive weekly emails where I breakdown step-by-step processes to master your mindset and practical growth tips? Sign up for my free weekly newsletter. Our mind is our most powerful tool. It's time to start investing in it. Join 143 other students pre-enrolled in my academy. Follow me on social for more inspiration: Instagram Facebook TikTok Twitter Start setting goals and achieving them: Schedule a one-on-one session. Want to be featured in a future episode? Leave a review here (even one sentence helps)! Sponsors mentioned in this episode: HashDash Music by: Blaize Trulson Produced by Legacy Divisions.

Simply Walk The Talk
Beyond the studio with world class photographer Jay Sullivan | SWTT 187

Simply Walk The Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 73:33


Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a fly on the wall in the studio of one of the most sought after photographers in NYC and beyond? — On this episode, Josh sits down with one of his favorite photographers to discuss the ins and outs of what happens behind the scenes to create amazing content. Jay Sullivan is an NYC based photographer specializing in a wide range of work including sport & fitness, dance, fashion and portraiture. Combining his unique vision and unparalleled lighting ability, Jay is able to showcase every subject's beauty and strength and create exciting and innovative campaigns. He is a proud father of two boys Van and Cole and husband to wife Jenn. Jay's studio is located in the heart of NYC and his clients include: Fila, Beach Body, Spiritual Gangster, Peloton, Noli, Fourlaps, Bandier, Mirror, and CNBC. Sit back, relax and enjoy the show!! — https://jaysullivan.net/ — Full Episode on video: https://youtu.be/g4GJ2o9-yPQ

Dog Whistle Branding
From Scaling A High Growth Consumer Brand To Building World Class Gyms-on-Wheels with Randy Hetrick, Founder of TRX & OutFit Training

Dog Whistle Branding

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 69:17


I'm joined by Navy Veteran and Serial Entrepreneur, Randy Hetrick, Founder of TRX, a leading global brand in physical training and the industry leader in functional fitness.Randy knows what it takes to go from Zero to One, taking TRX from a bootstrap startup to a high growth consumer brand with 100 employees and approximately $85M in annual revenues as of 2020.Today, Randy is working on a new startup that he's excited about called OutFit, an innovative mobile, outdoor fitness service bringing convenient, affordable, expertly-led TRX group & private training to neighborhoods near you! Be sure to subscribe to the Dog Whistle Brand Newsletter on Substack here: www.dogwhistlebranding.com Learn more about OutFit Training here: https://outfittraining.com/ Learn more about TRX here: https://www.trxtraining.com/

Avanti Entrepreneur Podcast
From Empty Bottle of Whisky to World-Class Marketer, Ben Albert shares his tips for transformation

Avanti Entrepreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:34


Ben Albert loves to help businesspeople find the essence of who THEY are and empower them and their companies to make their mark in this world. None of us deserve to feel small, unworthy, or invisible. 

The Entrepreneurial You
Driving World-Class Healthcare Solutions in Emerging Markets

The Entrepreneurial You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:47


It is time for another episode. I am Heneka Watkis-Porter, the host and creator of The Entrepreneurial You podcast if you are new here. If you missed the show last week, you would have missed the replay with Lisa Nichols as she inspires us to keep our lights shining brightly. It felt just as good to listen to this replay as when it was first recorded. Lisa speaking into my life from one sister to another was simply refreshing, particularly because of how we often hear that women don't support each other. This week, you will hear from someone who is blazing the trail both as a medical doctor and entrepreneur. Before I go on, I have to thank those who continue to support The Entrepreneurial You. henekawatkisporter.com, The National Peoples Co-operative Bank of Jamaica Limited, Committed to the growth and development of our members; Profit Jumpstarter, and The Jamaica Stock Exchange, whose podcast, The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, is hosted and produced by me. Do give it a listen as well. Opening business Tip courtesy of the National PC Bank of Jamaica: Bookkeeping - One way to keep organized is bookkeeping. This involves keeping detailed records such as keeping track of inventory, expenses, revenues etc. This is an important aspect of protecting and growing your business especially financially. My guest on episode 275 of The Entrepreneurial You is David Walcott. David is a Medical Doctor (MD. PhD MSc.) and Entrepreneur with over 5-years' experience as a Founder, Operator and Consultant to several businesses in the Caribbean. David is the Founder & Managing Partner of Novamed, a healthcare firm designed to drive world-class healthcare resources into emerging markets. David's work is centred on driving the adoption of innovative local and regional healthcare solutions in the Caribbean. His academic profile includes a Doctorate of Philosophy at Oxford (Rhodes Scholarship) where his research focused on drug development in Crohn's, a mini-MBA at INSEAD, and healthcare business studies at Harvard Business School. PODCAST REVIEW: Awesome Business Podcast: I love the content and the diversity of guests' backgrounds and career paths. I love how Heneka embraces and celebrates Jamaican culture while being inclusive. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone interested in becoming an entrepreneur. In addition to established entrepreneurs. Ms Duhaney, USA If you write a review, send me an email at henekawatkisporter@gmail.com to let me know so I can shout you out right here on the show! Today's Money Tip, brought to you by Profit Jumpstarter: Take control of your emotions: When it comes to investing for the long term you need a systematic approach. Don't allow your emotions to make your investment decisions, as this is a dangerous path to take. Always aim to maintain a disciplined approach when investing. Thank you for tuning in to this episode with David Walcott. My most standout moment from today's episode is simply a reminder to go forward in the direction of my dreams. What's your standout moment? Send us your feedback at henekawatkisporter@gmail.com or on social media @henekawatkisporter. Remember to follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app or connect with me for all things Podcasting at henekawatkisporter.com According to the Scriptures: "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." Philippians 4:6 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-entrepreneurial-you/message

Musings of a Single, Divine Feminine...
How Rich People Think: chpt 28 we think about retirement, WORLD CLASS think about impacting the

Musings of a Single, Divine Feminine...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:16


Another great segment --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musingsofadivinefeminine/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musingsofadivinefeminine/support

Sox and Sandals Podcast
Ep. 184 - I'm Not You! World-Class Sports Motivation | @NiyiSobo

Sox and Sandals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 74:22


On this episode I am joined by Niyi Sobomehein. He is the creator of the Sports Motivation podcast, Get ya Mind Right podcast, Imnotyou.com, etc... When I say World-Class?! I kid you not! Niyi has been a Mindset coach for athletes and entrepreneurs for quite some time. He shares is "I'm not You" philosophy on the Sports Motivation podcast and offers intense, hi-level mindset coaching through his Killer Instinct program. Do yourself a favor and subscribe to the Sports Motivation podcast and follow @Niyisobo on YouTube and IG.

Pro Wrestle Zone
PWZ 223 - SHOCKING THINGS

Pro Wrestle Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 55:38


Jon from Shocking Things podcast joins Rick to talk some professional wrestling. Starting off with talking how he became interested in pro wrestling as a kid, some of his favorites and what his first live experience was like. AWA, World Class, Florida, Joe Pedcino, Pro Wrestling This Week and more. Also Jon gives his opinion on Some of the Ric Flairs Last Match show plus much more!!! Don't forget to check out the new pwzpodcast.com. With links to our merch store, podcasts, interviews, articles, show information plus much much more!!! Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday to hear Rick & Marcel talk the world of professional wrestling!!! Tuesday features Ric Flair's Last Match, Monday Night RAW, SummerSlam and much more!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rick252/support

Best Damn Agency Podcast
SOTR: How Did Joey Gilkey Become World-Class in Sales?

Best Damn Agency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 58:37


Joey and JJ are on track again in their unfiltered conversation in this week's episode of Sales On The Rocks. Tune in as they discuss the balancing of optimization for conversion and overdeliver in the sales process. Joey unravels his secrets of becoming world-class at sales. They also share inspiring tips about unwiring negativities. Plus, heartfelt insight about what the Best Damn Agency has created. What's in JJ's glass: Whiskey This Cast Covers: The athletic accomplishment that Joey is proud of (4:10)JJ tells a story of his car being caught on fire (07:21) Attention, likability, and credibility in a nutshell (12:09)A teaser of Joey's book for agencies (13:28)Find out what Joey thought about the third season of “Stranger Things'' (16:35)Underselling too much hurts profitability and revenue (19:56)The client's success could be at risk in overselling (20:05)How to balance undersell vs. overdeliver (20:38)Creating good clients can shrink your Total Addressable Market (TAM) (21:42)Learn about the Harmonic Triangle of Mike Blasco (22:54)The people's feedback on the BDA's delivery side (27:01)Joey's spectacular skills make him world-class at sales (29:23)College is stupid and a degree doesn't matter (31:08)Find out if Joey always had a high standard for success (32:45)Thinking about what's worth for the future than settling for less helps Joey to become a master at sales (35:30)Metrics for accountability or scoreboards that help set sales goals (37:01)To sharpen one another as a family is what The Best Damn Agency has created (40:21)Best Damn Agency also helps people to lead a more holistic life (41:08)The value of outputs over inputs in sales (43:49)What bothers Joey's leadership capabilities (46:21)Learn about this 15 minutes TEDx Talk of Michael Neill that answers the question: Why aren't we awesomer? (51:40)Joey on changing wirings to be focused on the positive than negative perceptions in life (53:49)Additional Resources:The Sales Driven AgencyThe Best Damn Agency Mastermind

Kvíðakastið
25. Hvernig vekjum við upp áhuga?

Kvíðakastið

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 54:12


Þátturinn er í boði World Class! Við tengjum flest öll við að hafa oft ekki áhugahvöt (motivation) til að fara í líkamsrækt, læra, taka til, að sinna áhugamálum og hitta vini. Hvaðan kemur áhugi? Hvernig getum við ýtt undir hann?

Cyber 9/11 with Dr. Eric Cole
World-Class CISOs Have Coaches

Cyber 9/11 with Dr. Eric Cole

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 31:15


In this episode of Life of a CISO, Dr. Eric Cole talks about the benefits of having a life coach helping you eradicate all the limiting beliefs that hold you back. Why do you believe you're not CISO material? He suggests writing a detailed description of an ideal CISO and highlighting your traits. Before you know it, your doubts about yourself will slowly vanish.

Avanti Entrepreneur Podcast
Be World-Class at One Thing, with Robert Glazer

Avanti Entrepreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 36:58


Elevate your performance and reach your full potential with Robert Glazer, the #2 rated CEO in the world according to GlassDoor.

Hole in One Golf Podcast
Hole In One Golf Podcast - Matthew Tipper - DP World Tour Coach #golfingtales #52

Hole in One Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 57:52


Hey Guys, welcome back to the Hole In One Golf Podcast, I'm your host Jack Bull, thanks very much for listening! This week I'm joined again by an old friend from South Wales, DP World Tour Coach Matthew Tipper. Matthew has worked under World Class coaches such as David Leadbetter and now James Sieckmann and Matthew shares his high quality insights form the World of Professional Golf. Matthew first tells me about his recent trip to Australia where he played some great courses in the famous Melbourne sand belt. Matthew also tells me about joining #teampoland at the Olympics in Japan and shares some incredible stories, saying that he never dreamed of making the Olympics! Matthew also talks about coaching in Poland, where he first saw a teenage star in the making, who he knew would be a Tour Winner with the right help and for the past 12 years, Matthew has coached Adrian Meronk, seeing him win the Irish Open this year and making history by becoming the first ever Polish DP World Tour Winner! Matthew talks me through joining Adrian at the #150thopen at the Old Course, St. Andrews & he shares some insights from a very surprising guest, as well as his thoughts on the Old Course, where the game is heading and what may happen next with Golf's latest disruptions! Thanks very much for your time as always Matthew and congratulations to you and Adrian on a phenomenal year! Bio: Highly regarded PGA, LPGA and DP World Tour Golf coach Matthew Tipper shares his journey, starting in the small Welsh town of Porthcawl (UK) and leading to a World Wide career in professional golf. Matthew started out representing Wales at National level cricket as a teenager, then began a career in law, before following his true passion and embarking on a teaching career in Professional Golf, firstly as assistant professional at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club in South Wales, under head Professional Peter Evans, before qualifying as a PGA Professional at Pyle and Kenfig Golf Club under Robert Evans. Matthew put the really hard yards in, touring the country in his trusty Fiat Panda, working for the highly Prestigious David Leadbetter Golf academy and further learning his trade under the great golf master himself. His first professional job was in Dubai as a teaching professional for 2 years, before helping set up a brand new teaching academy in Portugal for a year. He then worked in China for 4 years, then spent 1 year in Hong Kong and 1 year in Korea, before heading to Poland and finally after 16 years, he is back in the UK, where he uses Goodwood as his base, although his Global Academy takes him all around the World, travelling and coaching students! Notes: https://jsegolfacademy.com/home/matthew-tipper/ https://www.facebook.com/MatthewTipperGolfAcademy/ https://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/34190011/adrian-meronk-wins-irish-open-becomes-first-polish-winner-european-tour #golfpodcast #podcast #golf #golfcoach #matthewtippergolf #holeinonegolfpodcast

Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks
196: Learning From World Class Decision Makers

Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 39:30


We face a whole string of important decisions to be made, and with increasing frequency as the pace of change and the market developments. So it's important to consider how we make decisions, how we avoid common challenges and what we can learn from the most expert decision-makers in the world. Join Oliver Banks and look outside the retail industry to learn what you can do to become a better decision-maker. Listen to this podcast episode to discover: What are the most common decision-making challenges or blockers? What can you learn from expert decision-makers? Actionable tips to put into practice straight away. The full show notes are at www.obandco.uk/196.

Jane Anderson Show Podcast
Episode 71 - World-Class Virtual Presenter Keith Abraham

Jane Anderson Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 45:10


In this episode of The Jane Anderson Show, my special guest is Keith Abraham. He is a best-selling author of five books, published in 12 languages. In his 23-year speaking career, he has presented to more than 1.6 million people across 30 countries. What's more telling is that 93% of his clients have used him more than once, 57% have asked him back more than six times and 34% of his clients haveused him every year for more than ten years. Keith shared in this episode his GoalDriver Formula and how people can achieve what seems like the unimaginable, unreachable and unattainable in their life. Take the time to listen to Keith today. You can find Keith on LinkedIn or https://keithabraham.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Michael Berry Show
Jerry Reed Is A World Class Guitarist | AM Show Hr 1

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 34:47


The Sales Evangelist
How Pay Parity, Pay Transparency and Top of Market Comp are Helping This CRO Build a World Class Team | Steve Travaglini - 1579

The Sales Evangelist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:33


Unsurprisingly, most people work to get paid (a wild concept, I know.) Despite that, navigating and creating a proper pay scale for sales teams is a seemingly complex and difficult process. How can we create a pay scale that works for the organization and the workers themselves? In today's episode of The Sales Evangelist, Donald is joined by the CRO of LinkSquares, Steve Travaglini, to discuss what he does to strike a balance between these two sides.  Salary open for negotiation in sales roles doesn't make sense. If you have two people doing the exact same job, they should be paid the same. Pay isn't the way to motivate people. If you pay people differently, that will eventually get out and will result in a lack of trust in the organization. Base salaries should be standard across a job title, but allow the variable income (i.e. commission) to determine how much a seller's skills allow them to make.  There should be no questions or ambiguous items when an employee signs a compensation agreement. Set the rules before you play the game. What items do sellers find annoying in the compensation package? Having different salaries but the same amount of experience should be a nonstarter. Structure annual bonuses around the hiring period, not the calendar year to give everyone an equal chance of reaching that quota.  Implement rewards and compensations beyond strictly monetary like parental leave, benefits, and even stocks or an owner's portion of the company to keep employees satisfied. Consider advertising jobs based on income; it shouldn't be the taboo topic that it is currently.  Steve's average retention v. other tech companies: Typically tech companies aim to be in the 50-75% range of employee This year, Steve's company is around 80% retention and historically around 70%.  They take risks on sellers with no experience or without the 5-6 years of closing experience, people expect to see. It all comes down to the product and the company; you can be great at your craft, but that doesn't mean you'll be world-class at every company. Steve's final takeaway? Don't forget what it's like to be the rep. Listen to the account executives and those around you; put together a benefits package you would've appreciated if you were in their role. To get in contact with Steve, connect with him on LinkedIn or visit Linksquares.com to view available job openings (but he always enjoys a custom LinkedIn DM.) This episode is brought to you in part by Skipio. Are you sick of crickets? As a salesperson, the pain of reaching out with phone calls or emails and not receiving a response is real. But all text messaging is not created equal. 85% of people prefer text over email and phone calls because they want to engage in a conversation, not listen to bots. Be more like people and start having conversations that end in the conversions you want. Try Skipio at www.Skipio.com. This episode is brought to you in part by Scratchpad. Are you tired of a digital workspace cluttered with notes, folders, files, and half-filled spreadsheets? (Not that we're speaking from personal experience.) Luckily, we've found the solution. Scratchpad is the first Revenue Team Workspace specifically designed to adapt to each salesperson's workflow, so you don't have to change your habits. Scratchpad creates a streamlined workflow that allows everyone to be a little more productive each day without the hassle of updating a database with whatever info you can find. Get Scratchpad free at Scratchpad.com.  As one of our podcast listeners, we value your opinion and always want to improve the quality of our show. Complete our two-minute survey here: thesalesevangelist.com/survey. We'd love for you to join us for our next episodes by tuning in on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, or Spotify. Audio provided by Free SFX, Soundstripe, and Bensound. Other songs used in the episodes are as follows: The Organ Grinder written by Bradley Jay Hill, performed by Bright Seed, and Produced by Brightseed and Hill.

Shiny Minds Show
How To Become A World-Class Coach

Shiny Minds Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 4:39


Hello everyone, Today we're talking about coaching. There are so many people out there who call themselves a coach. Because coaching is not a regulated profession, yet. For example, you don't need to go to a school or earn a degree in coaching to become a coach and/or start your coaching business; yet. This lack of regulation confuses the market, the coaches and the clients. It's the major pain point for anyone who's considering to become or hire a professional coach. You may even be one of them.

QSR Magazine's Fast Forward
The Restaurant-preneur Teaching World-Class Company Culture

QSR Magazine's Fast Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 55:00


Michel Falcon is a serial entrepreneur and best-selling author who went from earning $15/hour in a call center to advising billion-dollar brands and building a $15 million hospitality company in Toronto in two years. Falcon, who is now scaling fast casual Brasa Peruvian Kitchen, joins QSR editors Danny Klein and Ben Coley to talk about how restaurants can create a company culture that defies the labor odds—what steps most leaders miss, costly mistakes to avoid, and how to ensure your company culture builds more in the long-term, not just for now.

Late Boomers
Brenden Kumarasamy on Becoming a World Class Communicator

Late Boomers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 38:07


“How would your life change if you became an exceptional communicator?” asks Brenden Kumarasamy, founder of MasterTalk, a coaching business that helps executives and business owners accelerate their success by becoming better communicators. Check out his advice on how to do it in public, in virtual settings and in our personal lives.

DoD Secure
World Class Cleared Defense Contractor and NISPOM

DoD Secure

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 43:44


Link to YouTube presentation https://youtu.be/SNTlRrZvr-EFSOs have a huge responsibility to protect contractor information. Just like an Olympic team may protect their athlete and performance details, the FSO should determine who is on the team, and which team members have access to information. The FSO should not stop work, but facility contract requirements without jamming up the employees with unobtainable security procedures. This is a presentation of how to be a world class FSOFrom How to Get U.S. Government Contracts and Classified WorkInfluence at all levelsIntegrate security at all levelsBe fiscally responsible  Be flexible, but knowledgeableIf you need assistance with FSO or security training please contact me or visit my consulting site www.jeffreywbennett.com.Additionally, we have NISPOM fundamentals training perfect for studying and applying to your CDC facility. https://bennettinstitute.com/course/nispomfundamentals/The purposeful execution of Foreign travel pre-briefings-When employees travel to a foreign country, they may be targeted to provide sensitive information. A threat and/or defensive briefing should be provided to all cleared employees per NISPOM. (NISPOM Training). The briefings should be documented with signatures, dates and contents of briefings for presentation to Defense Security Services (DSS) industrial security representatives.There is a lot of debate about professional certification. Currently, the drive and motivation for facility security officers (FSO) and security specialists to become Industrial Security Professional (ISP) certified is still self-motivation and not yet a requirement.Jeff's WebsiteJeff is available for speaking and consultingSIMS SoftwareSIMS suite provides features/functionality you need to run automated industrial security programs.Access Commander by MathCraftWe support the mission of FSOs, CSOs and other security professionals.Bennett InstituteOnline security clearance webinars and coaching. Providing security training and resources.Mission Driven Research, IncMission Driven Research, Inc is a growing company providing technical services to the US government.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/redbike)Support the show

Inside Outside
Using Uncertainty to Drive Innovation in World-Class Restaurant R&D Teams: IO2020 Replay with Vaughn Tan, Author of The Uncertainty Mindset

Inside Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 26:07


In honor of our upcoming IO2022 Innovation Accelerated Summit, which is happening September 19th and 20th in Lincoln Nebraska. Thought it'd be nice to pull some of the best interviews and sessions from our IO2020 virtual event. So, over the next few weeks, check out some of our amazing speakers and grab a ticket for the upcoming event. We'd love to see you there. Tickets and more information can be found at io2022.com. And now back to the show. Inside Outside Innovation is podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Vaughn Tan, Author of The Uncertainty MindsetSusan Stibal: Today Vaughn Tan will share learnings from internationally renowned cutting-edge restaurant, R and D teams on how to prepare for uncertainty and respond to it with grace and innovation. Vaughn is a London based strategy consultant, author, and professor. Vaughn's book, The Uncertainty Mindset, is about how uncertainty can be used to drive innovation and adaptability. Vaughn is also an Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at University College London, School of Management. So Vaughn, I'll turn it over to you. Vaughn Tan: Thanks very much for having me and thanks also for everyone who's here. Thanks for joining me today. I just want to say a few things about myself, just as context.I was born and raised in Singapore, but these days, as Susan said, I'm a strategy professor at UCL school of management. I teach courses in how design thinking can update and. Conventional approaches to strategy and management. So I used to live in London, but at this very moment in Corona time, I'm physically located in a very rural part of France in a mountainous and volcanic region called the of van.And this is basically my apology in advance. If there are any internet connectivity problems that develop along the way. So, in any case, my focus as a consultant or researcher, and as an author is I try and understand how to design organizations that are more innovative. And more resilient to uncertainty.And these organizations include businesses, nonprofits, teams, communities. I'm particularly interested as I think the book's title and what I've just said may suggest in the role that uncertainty plays in making businesses better at doing innovation work. And I think that's maybe a little bit counterintuitive. And I'm going to unpack that a little bit more in the rest of this talk.I got here by quite a circuitous path. Quite literally a decade ago, late in 2010, I found myself in a basement kitchen of a restaurant in Washington, DC. And I was just dodging kitchen porters while watching a team of R and D chefs come up with a menu of new dishes for a restaurant. And the owner and the head chef of that restaurant group is the Spanish chef Jose Andres, who you may know because of his philanthropic disaster relief activities.There's an arrow pointing at Jose, right there. This is Jose's philanthropic side project, you know, which eventually turned into a huge one. If you're in the US, I think he's quite famous there. People know about him. It's called World Central Kitchen. And what they do is they create field kitchens for emergency food relief during natural and, and other disasters.The thing that many people don't know is that World Central Kitchen is able to spin up these field kitchens to produce hundreds of thousands of meals a day very quickly because, it's how they organized. Right. So they use a very unusual way of thinking about how to design their teams, to be able to go from a very small, permanent team, to a large operation in any particular disaster setting that they choose to go into because of how they're organized. And how they're organized is actually about what I call The Uncertainty Mindset. Because Jose's way of thinking about how his teams get organized for his for-profit organization. Think food group is actually the same way that he infused into what World Central Kitchen does, So, I'm going to come back to this in a little bit. I wanted to say also a little bit about how I came to study culinary innovation. It was all by accident. I did my PhD at Harvard Business School. And when I went in, I was interested in understanding how to organize innovation teams. And this focus for me was because of my experiences before starting the PhD. I'd just come from working at Google in California. And while I was there, I worked on some really unusual teams doing quite interesting innovation work.We were basically trying to develop parameters for new problems to solve. So, the first team I was on at Google back in 2005 at the very dawn of ad tech, as we know it today was trying to create an automated ad unit targeting engine. It didn't work then, although some of the machine learning foundations have been baked into the rest of Google AdWords and Ad Sense. But I was also on the launch team for street view, which is one of the rare hardware business units at Google while working at earth and maps. And I also worked on Google's Space flight program, which was actually in partnership with the XPRISE foundation, where we tried to put a Lunar Lander on the moon, an unmanned Lander. And I also worked on structured data. I worked with the Pure Research Group on a new structured data storage and management product, which while it was still externally available was called Fusion Tables. And it's now used exclusively internally to run the data layers for earth and map. I sort of burned out a little bit at Google and I left just before the 2008 global financial crisis to make furniture. I went to work at a wood studio in an art foundation in Colorado. And the strange thing is when I got there, I found again, something that felt a lot, like all the really interesting teams I worked with at Google.It was an interesting network of people who came together to try and develop new techniques for working with materials. I guess the thread that connected all those bits of my former life before academia was that I was exposed to this wide range of teams and businesses that were all pretty good at coming up with new problems to solve and solving them well.And so, when I decided to do a PhD about organization, my main question was something I think you all are interested in too, right? How do you organize companies and teams, so that they're good at coming up with new ideas so that they're innovative companies. So, it was pretty early in my doctoral research and I was casting around for a research project to like really work on, to write a dissertation about.And if you know anything about Singaporeans, you know, that we're really interested in food. So, this is one of my favorite dishes from Singapore. It's called Bak Chor Mee which basically means pork mince noodle. And it is a kind of innovation in itself. Like every stall that makes this, usually the people who make this dish only make one thing. And everyone develops their own kind of interesting take on what this dish should be.And the ones who are really good have made it very distinctive. But anyway, we're very interested in food. And so, Jose who I didn't know at the time was giving a lecture at Harvard during which he mentioned, how his innovation team, the Think Food Tank was not only how he made his restaurants innovative, but also how he made them really effective.And so, I went to his office hours and more or less as a joke, I asked him if he would let me come observe the Think Food Tank for my PhD research. And he said, yes. So. I'm just saying, be careful what you wish for. This is how I fell into studying this really strange world of high-end cutting edge culinary innovation teams.I eventually spent a lot of time at some of the best known of them. And what I realized along the way after having come away from tech was that innovation work is more or less the same work across industries. Even if the output and the input look very different. So having worked in both hardware and software tech and with startups after Google, I knew from the inside how tech innovation feels.And I quickly saw that while the type of new product may be different. The process of coming up with good new ideas and executing them well is really similar even in food. So, innovation work, I think has enough similarities across industries that we can learn from looking at how innovation work is done at the frontiers of food.And then apply those learnings more generally to other businesses in other kinds of industries. So, while I was at these R and D teams in high end cuisine, what I was doing was I was watching really good innovation organizations doing high level innovation work. Whether the innovation was creating a new experience of dining by adding cross modal sensory stimuli.So, what you see on the screen now is a dish at the Fat Duck called the Sound of the Sea. Where the seafood that you eat is made more intensely marine by hearing the sound of waves lapping at the shore that come out of the iPod that you're plugged into at the same time. Another kind of innovation that people work on is Material Innovation. In this case, they're discovering how to cook a new type of material, incredibly old clams, 200 years old at a restaurant that I will call Amaya. And these require developing a new cooking protocol that are unlike the cooking protocols used for other types of shellfish. Other kinds of innovation are developing new media products. And this is Nathan Myhrvold's most expensive cookbook in the world. He was only able to do this by developing a novel vertically integrated business model for content creation and publication. And he has then used that same business model to produce series of books after that, that would not be publishable, and they are very successful. But they wouldn't be publishable under conventional business models in publishing.Other innovations that I see in there that have analogies to other industries are new approaches to narrative storytelling. Instead of telling it in the form of a movie or play. Restaurants like the Fat Duck, when it reopened in 2016, use individual dishes in a meal, as the elements of story, they have to figure out how to do that.And some of them are like IO2020 right. Developing an influential conference and a global multidisciplinary network, like a restaurant called Noma in Copenhagen did with a Mad Symposium, at this point almost 10 years ago. Or as we began creating a novel operational model for field kitchens that are meant to serve disaster relief situations like Jose did at World Central Kitchen.Anyway, I ended up spending almost a decade and embedded in these world-renowned R and D teams, in an industry where basically the state of the art is changing frequently and unpredictably. It sounds a lot like high tech. It sounds a lot like media today as well. And these are the connections that I'm hoping that you all will see that I try and draw from outside of this domain of high cuisine into other industries that I also feel like I know and have worked in before. So, some of the places that I was at the Fat Duck in the UK, one of the first pioneering culinary innovation restaurants in the world. A restaurant that I call Amaya that I claim is in South America. I'm under NDA, so I can't say where they are. A restaurant that at this point is quite famous called Noma, which is in Copenhagen and Denmark, and the mad organization, which is the conference and thought leadership organization that they set up in Copenhagen. The Cooking Lab, which is Nathan Myhrvold, he's the ex-CTO of Microsoft. His organization, which is in Bellevue, Washington, which produce really interesting media around food and cooking and technology.And of course, Jose Andres's Think Food Group of restaurants. Ultimately, I just want to leave you with a few key takeaways from the research that I did. And the first and most foundational piece of insight is that all of these teams were innovative and resilient and adaptable. Not because they managed away the uncertainty that they faced or pretended that the uncertainty didn't exist, but because they had a different way of thinking about uncertainty. What I call the uncertainty mindset is simply explicitly treating the future as something unknown and unknowable, not as something risky.I know this sounds like a trivial distinction, but I think it really isn't. Risk is not the same as uncertainty, even though most people confuse the two. Risk is when you don't know exactly what will happen, but you know, all the possible outcomes and how likely each possible outcome is. So if that's the case, you can do risk management through cost benefit analysis.Real uncertainty on the other hand is when you don't know what exactly will happen and you don't know all the possible outcomes. Or you don't know how likely these known or unknown outcomes are. So just to illustrate the difference, flipping a fair coin, is truly a situation of risk. There's a 50 50 chance that you get heads or tails. And you can bet on that outcome. Real businesses like the ones that we all are in, rarely face this kind of risk in the real world. What they face instead is true uncertainty. And now it's actually really undeniable. The current business environment is filled with true uncertainty where we have no idea what many of the possible outcomes in the next 6 months might be, or even 12 months. And we don't know how likely each one of those outcomes are. So, the problem that I also, this was another insight from looking at these R and D teams, is that even though risk is not the same as true uncertainty, we've all been trained to think of not knowing only in terms of risk. And so, because of that, we think of every unknown situation as being risky.And this is in its own way, it's kind of comforting, right? Because risk can be managed away. We can do cost benefit analysis. We can risk manage the situation. This kind of thinking is an unmistakable hallmark of the risk mindset. And it can be fatal, right? So just look for instance, at the UK and the US government responses to coronavirus this year, or thinking back to 2008 and before the Fed's reaction to complex derivatives in 2008, just to see what happens when we use risk management and a risk mindset to think about and react to situations that are truly uncertain.The problem for businesses is that the risk mindset all starts with an organization's ability to innovate. Because innovation is by definition about not knowing exactly where you end up. When businesses over invest in managing the risk of known outcomes, they under invest in building flexible, adaptable organizations that let them change to be whatever they need. As the situation changes. The risk mindset also leads businesses to over optimize and try and be too efficient and profitable. And it leaves insufficient slack in the system to permit real innovative thinking. And maybe the biggest problem is that they create organizations in which all the incentives are to do what's well understood. And not to learn by failing, which is inevitable, if you're trying to do something, which is really, really innovative. I think the uncertainty mindset, as I said before, is simply acknowledging that you don't know enough about the future to optimize for it. And simply making this acknowledgement explicitly as a leader and as an organization changes how a business acts and how people and teams in those businesses act.The nice thing is that it makes these people and these teams inside businesses, more flexible and more able to learn and change when they need to. I'll talk about three things after this, just to finish off, but injecting uncertainty into organizations I've found is the best way to make them resilient to uncertainty and innovative at the same time.So, this is really the biggest, most counterintuitive thing. When I talk about this book to other people. They don't just try and say that, yes, we see that the world is uncertain. The organizations that I looked at that have been most successful, and this is not only in food, but outside of it, the ones that are most successful at dealing with uncertainty and being innovative. They actively create uncertainty inside of themselves. And it's this intentional creation of uncertainty inside the organization that makes them continually able to come up with new ideas that are good ideas. So how do they do it? They do it in three ways. They do it by making the roles that their employees have open ended. They do it by having open ended goals. And then they also do it by stimulating a sense of really carefully designed and calibrated desperation among their teams. And I'll say more about each one of these things in turn very quickly. So open ended roles are simply roles where your definition of what you do as an employee is not fully defined at the beginning. What this means is a large part of your role is quite clear and it's quite stable, but a part of your role is not. So, if you think about Google's 20% time or 3Ms 15% time, this is something like an open-ended role. It makes the role malleable and it also encourages people to, in a sense, negotiate what role they're going to play by testing things out with their colleagues.Right? So, to try something that they think is worth doing that they're good at doing to show the results of that test to their colleagues, and if that test is shown to be useful, then that becomes part of role. The result of this is more innovative, higher performing teams where all that testing also helps team members learn what other team members are good at doing and what they like to do.And what this leads to in the end, not only are the roles adaptable because they're constantly changing along the way, this also creates teams that are incredibly high functioning, where everyone knows what everyone else is good at doing. And also, is interested in doing. These teams, barely need management of the conventional sort.So open-ended goals, I think are very similar to open-ended roles except in the context of goals. So we often think about goals as being very concrete. Want to achieve this micro growth in profits. By the end of next year. Open-ended goals for innovation are about saying how you think about abstractly, what success looks like.So that there's lots of possible things inside success that could be successful. So open endedness just means defining goals, more abstractly and less concretely. But being very clear about what tradeoffs you are willing to make to achieve those goals so that you give the people in your organization, more freedom to come up with unanticipated, but valuable problem definitions.And finally, uncertainty can also be injected into how you motivate teams and individuals in your organization. The conventional approach to motivation is to give people something that they want, like more money or promotion to encourage them to work better. This only really works when the things that they need to do to be successful are very clearly defined and very stable, but this doesn't work for innovation, right?Because these incentives are usually not enough to overcome the inherent fear of failure that everyone has. And failure is necessary to do any kind of real innovation work. So, what these teams did was that they publicly and irrevocably committed to projects that were just beyond what they knew they could deliver.And what this does is it creates desperation, right. It creates the sense that we can't simply keep doing what we're doing, that we're good at doing, in order to be able to deliver on this product. And what that does in turn is it drives the teams to abandon these comfortable, old ways of doing things.And try new ways of doing things and generally learn new stuff. So, it creates a situation like in the gym with resistance training, where the teams and the people inside the organization gradually become better at taking on things that they don't already know to do very well. There's much more to be said about all of those things, but it's mostly in the book, which I encourage you to read. There wasn't space in the book for everything, so I'm continuing to think through some of the implications of not knowing every week in an email newsletter, which I also encourage you to sign up for. It is completely free. I want to open up now to a very casual conversation. So, Austin is curious about injecting uncertainty. Austin, do you want to say a little bit more about what you're curious about in terms of injecting uncertainty? Austin's question is structurally what programs might help inject uncertainty in a careful calibrated way into the organization? I, I think it's a really good question. So, I often make the distinction between having a program that is about injecting uncertainty and simply changing how people work. So that the way they work naturally encompasses more things that are not fully defined upfront. So, we can talk about injecting uncertainty into roles. For instance, by saying, let's say you're trying to hire someone new. At the moment, the default position for most hiring is to say, I'm going to define a, a job description. And then I'm going to put that out to a recruiter to find people who might be good fits.And one way that you can simply inject uncertainty into that is to say, here is the job description. That is 80% of the job that we're hiring for the other 20%, for instance, it can be any percentage, but I think 20% is a good starting point. The other 20%, we don't know. The 80% that we do know is clearly defined. You got to do these things and we're going to hire to make sure that you can do those things. The other 20%, on the other hand, we want you to come in, and spend one day a week or two days, every two weeks or whatever you choose to do telling us and showing us what that other 20% should be and why it's important to us. Simply that's one program that will inject uncertainty into who you hire and what they do for you.Right. And then along the way, if you make this explicit, it will force people to say, okay, what is this person doing in his or her 20% time, that is so valuable. Is it actually valuable? Can we help this person do something which is more valuable that we don't expect to need yet, but we actually realize that we do need now? I think programs like that inject uncertainty to how organizations work.So, Ron Thomson asks great insight on what's needed for organizations to innovate for impact. Over the years, what are the most valuable lessons you've learned? It's a great question again, Ron. I think the biggest thing is uncertainty in an organization has this effect on organizations of making them innovative and adaptable. All the way through the organization, but for it to actually begin the most senior leaders need to be able to show one thing and they need to be talking about it constantly. And that one thing is being able to constantly talk about how they have themselves failed in the past, not hypotheticals. They have to actually say how they did fail in the past and how that failure led to their success today.So, I want to reemphasize this point. It's that we talk a lot about success and why it's good. We don't need to talk more about that. We all know why success is a good thing. What we don't talk about is how, when you design failure correctly, you can learn from it. So not all failure is good. You can fail in ways that don't teach you anything, but you can also design work. You can design projects so that if you fail, you learn as much as if you succeed. The Uncertainty Mindset is partly about being comfortable with failure because you know that failure teaches you stuff. And this, I think almost has to come from the top down, right? So, the most senior people will mean if the most senior people say that failure is okay, they will make the people underneath them say that failure is okay, and that will percolate all the way down.And then at that point, it'll become possible for someone who is very junior to say, I can now take a risk at doing something, which I don't know how to do yet, because the failure might teach me something if I design it correctly. So I, I think the biggest lesson is if you're a leader, your most important job, other than setting the direction of, of the organization is to constantly not shut up about how you failed in the past and how it helped you to learn.Okay. So, Jason also asks having too much stock on hand can hide a lot of problems. Absolutely. So, I think one key thing to say about what I've been saying, in this presentation is that I don't think that uncertainty injection is good for all kinds of businesses. It's only good for businesses that really want to innovate.So, if you are in manufacturing and the manufacturing is well understood, you've got a proper well developed stable protocol for manufacturing a thing, you should be in a situation where you're trying to maximize efficiency and reduce waste. This is not the same thing as trying to be an innovation organization that is trying to find new ways of doing things.I absolutely agree that if you're trying to exploit, if you're trying to be efficient, having a lot of organizational slack is not necessarily a good thing, because as you point out having too much stock on hand, having too much slack can hide a lot of problems, especially problems associated with people who are simply coasting, instead of doing what they know they need to do. How they know they need to do it.But if you are trying to build an innovation organization that is trying to do new things that have never been done before, you must have slack. Because if you don't have slack, you cannot fail. And if you don't fail, you can't learn how to do something new. Yes. And Austin makes a great point, which is failure in certain environments, which are efficiency operation environments should be mitigated as quickly as possible with a known solution. A hundred percent agree. And failure in uncertain environments should be designed to encourage learning and should be encouraged as well. Right? So, it's two things you should encourage failure that is designed so that when you fail, you learn something interesting and useful.You should encourage that kind of failure, not the kind of stupid failure where you fail for no good reason. And you don't know why you failed. Let's see. So, Ron has another question, I guess, with the uncertainty mindset, like the fear of failure being foreign in most enterprises, any insight on the lessons learned from Trump maintaining the status quo?Well, so I think one thing that I, I want to say wrapping up, which is actually relevant to Ron's question. I'm not sure that especially now any business anywhere can think of itself as being in a certain business environment. So, I wouldn't say to embrace the uncertainty mindset 100%, but at least if you are a business that is exposed to any kind of external environment, like if you are operating any kind of business where you have customers or suppliers, you need to be thinking about how to build your employees up. Your team organization up so that they're able to adapt if things suddenly change.The organizations and the businesses that were able to pivot really fast, when the last wave of the pandemic hit us, were the ones who had people who were able to change what jobs they did at a moment's notice because they were used to developing new jobs.Right. So, if they had open ended roles along the way, they were used to changing what they. And I think what every business needs to do is to encourage people who are employed by them, their suppliers, everyone who they work with needs to expect that things are going to be changing unpredictably in the future and to be ready for that to happen.And a large part of that is simply not expecting that things will stay the same or that you can predict what they are and that at the very base level, Is the Uncertainty Mindset, in a nutshell. Just the moment you start to think and plan as if the future is not known and not knowable, you instantly have a leg up on everyone else who thinks, oh, I'm going to optimize. Because I can expect what the future will be. And I can predict it with some certainty, if you just don't even think that everything you do will be slightly different and then very different as a result. And you'll be much more adaptable. Back to you, Susan. Susan Stibal: Vaughn thank you very much. Those were great things to think about. Really, we appreciate you being here from France. And we want to thank our sponsors of the Inside Outside Innovation Summit. So Vaughn, hope to see you soon. Vaughn Tan: Thanks for having me. Hope to see you all sometime.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company.  For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.  Also don't miss IO2022 - Innovation Accelerated in Sept, 2022.

Mere Mortals
Becoming World Class: Our Thoughts On Achieving Undeniable Skill

Mere Mortals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 65:31


I'm going to become a world class handbalancer, here is my plan on how I want to do this.In Episode #316 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: what it means to be world class at something, why conscious effort on improving and fixing mistakes is critical, a common occurrence of people getting injured whilst trying to show off, the humbleness of Floyd Mayweather (lol) and my list of principles to achieve this goal I have set for myself.A big thanks to Petar the Podfluencer, Liam F, danigamb1310 and Liam F's mom for the support. And an apology to floydianslips, captain_stacks, whasintong_herrera and xavi_herrera for the boostagrams we missed. We'll do better next time.As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out!Timeline:(0:00) - Why I chose the topic(1:52) - Defining 'World Class' isn't necessary, we'll leave it nebulous(4:44) - The two sections: mentality and principles(5:42) - Conscious effort to work on minor details(10:33) - Should the conscious effort occur during your training or outside of it?(18:03) - Not overanalysing and making every action matter(25:54) - Staying humble to not show off(29:07) - Floyd Mayweather still works hard(33:16) - Live chat(37:02) - Boostagram Lounge(41:10) - Kyrin's principles to become world class(48:46) - Butchering the Pareto Principle(54:27) - Pushing beyond pain and discomfort(1:00:27) - General wrap up(1:03:55) - V4V reminder, boosting is possible for allIntro Music by 'Signs Of New Growth':https://podcastindex.social/@SignsOfNewGrowthConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/

MIKE'D UP! with Mike DiCioccio
Creating 1:1 World-Class Coaching with Dion von Moltke

MIKE'D UP! with Mike DiCioccio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 60:59


Dion is an American-born race car driver who is the winner of the 2013 Rolex at Daytona 24 Hour race; 2 Time Winner of Sebring 12 Hour race; and is an IMSA WeatherTech pro Driver! Welcome to the show, founder of Blayze Coaching, Dion von Moltke!         Follow Dion: Website: Blayze.io IG: https://www.instagram.com/dionvm/ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dionvm/ TW: https://twitter.com/dionvmr FB: https://www.facebook.com/Dionvm Follow Mike DiCioccio: https://linktr.ee/mikedicioccio Produced by Social Chameleon: https://www.socialchameleon.us Interview Recorded via Riverside.fm More #MikedUp Interviews + Merch: https://linktr.ee/mikedicioccio

Real. Raw. Truth.
115: How to Become a World Class Communicator

Real. Raw. Truth.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 25:18


Brenden is the founder of MasterTalk, he coaches ambitious executives & entrepreneurs to become top 1% communicators in their industry. He also has a popular YouTube channel called MasterTalk, with the goal of providing free access to communication tools for everyone in the world.Connect with Brenden - https://www.rockstarcommunicator.com/

Coffee Roaster Warm Up Sessions
68 | Meeting World Class Coffee Producers and Portland's Coffee Scene

Coffee Roaster Warm Up Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 31:17


We took last week off to head out of town for Sergei's birthday. It was a much needed vacation. We drove to Portland, OR with plans to enjoy the city's coffee scene and enjoy all the delicious food it. What caught us by surprise was a Cup of Excellence coffee tasting that our friends Onyx Coffee were hosting with a couple world class coffee producers. In this coffee podcast episode of the Coffee Roaster Warm Up Sessions, we talk about Portland's coffee scene, both the good and the bad, and connecting with Guatemala's best coffee producers.

The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport
‘Superhuman' Pidcock can win Tour one day | Froome still world class

The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 22:05


Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens return to discuss Stage 12 of the Tour de France on the latest episode of the Bradley Wiggins Show.There's praise for Tom Pidcock whose “almost superhuman” performance left Matt on the verge of tears after he became the youngest ever winner on Alpe d'Huez. The 22-year-old became the second British winner – after Geraint Thomas - on the iconic col and Wiggins has tipped the Yorkshireman as a winner of the Tour de France in the future. The 2012 winner thinks that the Tour de France suits him best of all the Grand Tours. There is also praise for the new environment on show at his team Ineos under the guidance of Steve Cummings and Rod Ellingworth. Arguably, though, the story of the day was Chris Froome's return to form with a third-placed finish. Wiggins says it is testament to his resilience and perseverance to return to world-class form following three years of rehabilitation.The Bradley Wiggins Show is edited by Chris Watts.Produced by Pete Burton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DragonKingKarl Classic Wrestling Podcast

Continuing our DragonKingKarl A-Z of pro wrestling history series with Bam Bam Bigelow. Bam Bam Bigelow was one of my favorites. I always loved the big agile monsters. I saw Bam Bam Bigelow's career from the very start, watching him in Memphis and following him through World Class (as Crusher Yurkov), and his multiple runs in the WWF / WWE, WCW, and Japan. Join me as I look back at the life and career of one of pro wrestling's best big men- Bam Bam Bigelow!

Reveal: The Revenue Intelligence Podcast
3 pillars of world-class sales leadership

Reveal: The Revenue Intelligence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 24:24


Samantha McKenna is the industry's go-to source for sales leadership. With over 38K followers on LinkedIn, Samantha is the founder of #SamSales, a consulting service that helps sales and marketing teams win.Sam shares her playbook for being a sales leader worth following and breaks down the pillars of world-class leadership. Consider this your crash course in building successful sales and marketing teams.

BE with Champions
Bobby McGee - World Class Running Coach - 5 x Olympic Coach

BE with Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 66:52


Show Sponsor AnyQuestion - anyquestion.com/McGeerunning   Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26936856 "The Greg Bennett Show"   Bobby McGee is one of the worlds greatest running coaches and has been involved in endurance coaching for 32 years. He is a 5 x Olympic coach, and has been involved in some form with 9 Olympic medalists. Bobby has spent many years coaching elite athletes and individual amateurs of all levels, guiding them to achieve their goals. Bobby says, there are three very important aspects of endurance training; Firstly, address your running mechanics. Teach yourself to run effectively and to avoid injuries in order to race at your optimum level. Secondly, look at how you train. What is it about your training that's holding you back? Is there a way that you can train better? Lastly, address the mental blocks that hold you back. How can you unleash the power of your mind to get you to race effectively? In this episode, Bobby and Greg discuss The Pendola Project. Here is a link to more information where you can even sign up to one of thee 12 week RunForm. Whether you are training for an Olympic Gold or a local 5k you can run happier and faster. The Relative Run Readiness packages will give you the strength and proper movement patterns to run with good form for longer.   Timestamps 1:53 - Interview starts 5:05 - About Bobby McGee. Bobby was born in South Africa and went to University basically to study to become a coach, He started by coaching middle and long distance track runners and went on to coach road runners and marathoners. Bobby moved to Boulder in the US in 1992 , and started coaching triathletes. 8:23 - Bobby currently coaches Victoria Lopez, Taylor Knibb, Flora Duffy, Kirsten Kasper along with other pro and amatuer athletes. 10:21 - When coaching elite triathletes, it's important to consider the athletes biomechanics. For instance long distance swimmers often have low bone density and therefore do not perform as strong runners due to the rigors of long distance running, so as a coach it's important to understand and set training expectations specifically for each individual. Bobby's book: Magical Running - A Unique path to running fulfillment 15:59 - Bobby's fascination of the bio mechanics of running came about as he could see a connection between certain running motion patterns and the tendency of getting injured. I use to say: I don't teach people how to run, I help people get back to the best running that they are capable of. Good running form looks very differently depending on the individual's genetics, one has to have a very different approach to someone with for instance long torso and short legs compared to someone with a more natural body composition for running. Also, factors like running background (has the athlete practiced plenty of speed work or come from an endurance background?) matters in how Bobby approaches individuals running technique. 20:06 - Rewinding the clock. Bobby describes his youth and pathway through younger years to discover his passion for running, and then coaching, including serving time in the South African Military. 37:54 - Shifting to mindset and performance, Bobby describes the advice he would give an athlete struggling with confidence. Being aware and knowing how your thoughts affect you is crucial in order to perform. Bobby feels that there is no right or wrong way to prepare mentally for competition, some people are super calm before races and perform well and others are extremely nervous and also perform well. Many age groupers (especially males) tend to overestimate their performance and hence set themselves up for failure by not being able to rise to their expectations. Don't doubt yourself, "The only thing you should doubt, is the doubt". The only thing you should doubt, is the doubt. 41:53 - When it comes to an athlete feeling failure, Bobby explains his techniques that he applies to his athletes. Bobby's golden rule - There is what happened ... then there is 'what are you making it mean to you'. Meaning and interpretation affect an athlete's mindset. 48:23 - Different type of run drills are great in order to achieve a change in running style. The purpose of drills are basically to exaggerate a specific movement. Drills play three different roles: First, you're trying to address a mechanical anomaly that the athlete has gotten into, the second reason is to do it as an activation exercise and the last role is for muscle endurance or power purposes. One also needs to make sure that the athlete has the strength, mobility and balance to run in a specific way. When approaching your running technique, one must be rather careful, this is an area where the wrong tips can get the opposite effect on your performance. 57:27 - First two laws of mechanics. The first rule is to never trust what you feel, you think you run a certain way but when you look into the mirror it rarely looks like what you first thought. The second rule is that if you want to achieve a change, you need to exaggerate the movement (this is also very applicable to swimming). 1:04:26 - The Run Transformation Course is a membership-based training program put together by Bobby McGee and is available at his website. Members have access to Bobby McGee's proven training strategies and a wealth of other resources. The program currently provides nearly 10 hours of running training including over four hours of video on running drills, two and one half hours of video on biomechanics, a 75 minute mental skills assessment and two hours of running sports essentials material. 1:06:16 - Interview concludes.

Let’s Buy a Business
Building a World-Class Customer Experience with Your Acquisition with Scott Porter

Let’s Buy a Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 26:39


Scott Porter is world-class in everything he does. His customer experience touch points are gold and we dive into… -- How to stand out as a boring business (he used to run 3 nursing homes, yeah, that's boring!) -- Seeking Challenges in your Career (he was on the founding team of an airline that just SPAC'd) -- Humanizing Experiences in everyday life. Episode Resources Exclusive to the Let's Buy a Business podcast, get $25 just by taking a demo to learn more about Divvy, sign up here: Divvy | Start or letsbuyabusiness.com/divvy Connect with Ryan Condie http://linkedin.com/in/ryancondie http://letsbuyabusiness.com/ https://forms.gle/RRcXpe3dK7pNGqv16 Connect with Scott Porter https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottcraigporter/ https://www.instagram.com/sandiablochurros/ TACOINCIDENCE Podcast 15% off GROUP ORDERS for the Churro Fiesta in a Box (corp gifts) 15% off on our website with Discount Code: "LetsBuy" Info on Exec Taco Tour Masterminds in Mexico City https://www.instagram.com/forevervitamint/ 

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
Austrian wine is world class. Franz Leth tells you why.

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 49:47


Franz Leth tells us why Austrian wines deserve a seat at the table of world class wines. A family owned winery with generations of experience that continues to press the virtues of the Austrian noble grape; Gruner Veltliner. Gruner (as we call it in the trade) can produce wines of great variety and style. Much like Riesling, it can produce wines of great acidity and backbone, wines of elegance and finesse, sparkling wines and dessert wines. Come on an audio journey with Franz to the vineyards outside of Vienna.  You will be intrigued and enlightened.

Mere Mortals
Explaining New Technology: Helping Others Understand 'Crypto' Whilst Still Learning Ourselves

Mere Mortals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 51:34


Juan has been teaching his family about Ethereum and I've been changing the way I look at the difference between Bitcoin and everything else.In Episode #313 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: how a Piccolo latte should be made, how The Coffee Club screwed over Juan (again lol), reading Saifedean Ammous's book on BTC and how it is the only real cryptocurrency, why I'm a slight nuisance at almost all times and why for all the crypto talk not everything needs to be decentralised.As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out!Timeline:(0:00) - Angry Juan intro(0:27) - DBZ coffee calamity(2:08) - Screw you Coffee Club(5:14) - Onboarding loved ones into Web 3(11:05) - The Bitcoin Standard(12:56) - Latino crypto meetup(16:41) - NFT scams/safety/security(19:24) - Only one cryptocurrency (BTC) and the Howey Test(24:15) - What does world class mean?(29:39) - Duolingo Plus or Super(32:41) - NFT art with Alexander(34:12) - Kyrin the mildly annoying mosquito(41:09) - Getting what you want(42:34) - ShapeShift DAO(45:04) - Not everything needs to be decentralised(50:05) - We wouldn't mind a crypto asset or twoConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/

Mining Stock Education
Building a World-Class South American Exploration Company with Coppernico Metals CEO Ivan Bebek

Mining Stock Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 15:29


Coppernico Metals' founder, CEO and director Ivan Bebek provides an update on the company's progress, 2022 plans and path to relisting. Coppernico is an exploration company focused on creating value for shareholders and stakeholders through the exploration and discovery of world-class copper-gold and nickel deposits in South America. The Company's management and technical teams have a successful track record in raising capital, discovery and monetization of exploration successes. The Company is currently focused on the Sombrero and Takana districts in Peru. Coppernico Metals Inc. is currently an unlisted reporting issuer and is seeking Canadian and U.S. listings. 0:00 Introduction 1:23 Jr mining sector sentiment & market analysis 4:50 Sombrero project update 5:58 Coppernico's path to relisting 8:57 Potential new project acquisitions & relisting 10:10 Treasury & upcoming financing Company website: https://coppernicometals.com/ Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 Coppernico Metals is an MSE sponsor. The content found on MiningStockEducation.com is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered personal legal or investment advice or a recommendation to buy or sell securities or any other product. It is based on opinions, SEC filings, current events, press releases and interviews but is not infallible. It may contain errors and MiningStockEducation.com offers no inferred or explicit warranty as to the accuracy of the information presented. If personal advice is needed, consult a qualified legal, tax or investment professional. Do not base any investment decision on the information contained on MiningStockEducation.com or our podcasts or videos. We may hold equity positions in some of the companies featured on this site and therefore are biased and hold an obvious conflict of interest. MiningStockEducation.com may provide website addresses or links to websites and we disclaim any responsibility for the content of any such other websites. The information you find on MiningStockEducation.com is to be used at your own risk. By reading MiningStockEducation.com, you agree to hold MiningStockEducation.com, its owner, associates, sponsors, affiliates, and partners harmless and to completely release them from any and all liabilities due to any and all losses, damages, or injuries (financial or otherwise) that may be incurred.

Discussions in Percussion
#288 Amir Sofi: World-Class Middle Eastern Percussionist, Model & More!

Discussions in Percussion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 69:46


Damon gets to talk to Amir about growing up in Israel and Egypt, various middle eastern percussion instruments, modeling, working out and much more. There's other segments like gig alerts, educational spotlight, music news and others.

Aid, Evolved
Alain Nteff of HealthLane: How to Close Investment, Precision Health, and Building World-Class Laboratories in Africa

Aid, Evolved

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 42:07


Alain Nteff is the CEO and Founder of Healthlane. Healthlane delivers precision personal health plans through a network of world-class laboratories in Africa.   Alain's work has been lauded by Bill Gates and honoured by the Queen of England, the President of Rwanda and Rebecca Enonchung. Yet his approach to digital health has undergone dramatic changes over the past ten years.   He started off with GiftedMom, a service providing safe pregnancy messages to pregnant women. GiftedMom reached over half a million women in countries across Africa. But after the hype faded, Alain saw again and again heartbreaking instances of women who traveled long distances to health facilities for a safe delivery, only to receive substandard care when they arrived.    So, Alain decided to expand the work of GiftedMom to ensure quality care of women in delivery. GiftedMom introduced 'fast-track lanes' within hospitals in order to provide appropriate urgency and quality of care to women in delivery. This was how Healthlane was born.   2020 was a fateful year. Alain was admitted to YCombinator, the most successful startup accelerator in the world. This was the final push Alain needed to tackle preventative health by the horns.   Healthlane today provides premium health quality assessments. It gives people access to a world-class set of comprehensive diagnostics that provide deep insights into the most important machines of our lives: our bodies. And it's available in major cities across Africa like Lagos, Abidjan, Douala, and Nairobi.    To find out more, access the show notes at https://AidEvolved.com  Let us know what you think of this episode on Twitter (@AidEvolved) or by email (hello@AidEvolved.com)

Action and Ambition
Ryan Jaten Builds World Class Sales Teams and Takes Businesses From Zero to 7 Figures in Monthly Revenue

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 28:49


Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Ryan Jaten, Co-Founder of I/O Consortium, the leader in the digital transformation space that helps sales teams to grow in 13 different countries. His legendary ability to bring the right people together, unify the vision, and set the overall training and sales strategy has generated over $1 Billion in revenue over the last 15 years for his clients and his businesses. When working with Ryan, people experience a rare balance of black and white, bottom-line business mastery with a heart-centered, people over-profits mindset. Tune in to learn more!

The Art Angle
Re-Air:The Secret Codes of World-Class Art Auctions, Demystified

The Art Angle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 34:51 Very Popular


This past may New York hosted what is probably the biggest auction season ever selling more than $2.7 billion worth of art. Last week, the traveling circus touchdown in London with multimillion dollar art sales at Phillips, Sotheby's and Christie's. So before the arm market goes into hibernation for the summer, we decided to revisit our episode, decoding the complex sociology of auctions. Auctions are the most public and visible part of the art market—but they are also among the most misunderstood. There's a ton of behind-the-scenes preparation, psychology, and game theory that goes into pulling off a successful sale. It is a game—and to succeed as both a seller and a buyer, you need to know the rules. We called in Artnet News executive editor Julia Halperin to help us decode the complex sociology of auctions.

Coach P's Perspective | Where Coaching, Inspiration, and Faith Collide.
140. Alan Stein Jr. - World-Class Keynote Speaker, Performance Coach, and Author | Performance Secrets from the Best of the Best

Coach P's Perspective | Where Coaching, Inspiration, and Faith Collide.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 58:01


In this episode, Coach P speaks with the amazing Alan Stein Jr. Alan is a world-renown keynote speaker, performance coach, author, and podcast host. Alan has worked with NBA Superstars Kobe Bryant, Steph Curry, and Dwayne Wade. In addition, Alan has worked with companies such as Pepsi, Starbucks, Charles Schwab, and more.  During the conversation, Alan shares his background, how he became a performance coach, the transition into keynote speaker, and lessons from his best-selling books.  The amount of wisdom and applicable knowledge Alan shares in this interview is phenomenal. So grab your pen, notepad, and let's go! You can learn more about Alan and connect with him at the links below. Alan Stein, Jr Keynote Speaker | One Of The Best Motivational Speakers In The World Today (alansteinjr.com) StrongerTeam.com | Website of Alan Stein Jr. | Motivational Speaker and High Performance Expert | Alan Stein Jr. Is One Of The Best Motivational Speakers In The World Today *** If you enjoy Coach P's Perspective Podcast, please consider doing a few things: Subscribe and then give it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcast. Write an awesome review of what you love about the show. Please share the episode on your social media pages.  Thank You, and much love! *** You can purchase Coach P's best-selling book, "Game Changing Moves" HERE. *** Be sure to connect with Coach P on his Website and Social Media for more inspirational messages:  Website:  https://coachchadparks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachchadparks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachchadparks/ Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/coachchadparks Sponsor: MANSCAPED™ Official US website | Home Of The Lawn Mower® 4.0 | MANSCAPED US (Use the code COACHP20 for a 20% discount on all Manscaped products.)  *** Are you interested in having your company featured on the podcast? Please e-mail Coach Chad Parks at coachchadparks@gmail.com *** Intro music by Gerald Gray, aka Twish Foaves. You can follow Twish Foaves at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twishfoaves/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChristStillLives Music: https://www.reverbnation.com/twishfoaves https://open.spotify.com/artist/0ihETkx53RJujUl0nXg3gh?si=fgst7mo0TVyHZdETIoTk4g *** Champion Athletes Nutrition Website: http://champion-athletes.com/ Phone: 1-800-324-1447 https://www.instagram.com/championathletes Receive $50 off your initial program with the code: COACH P *** Get a Strong and Healthy Neck! Iron Neck Training | Neck Exercise Machine & Strengthening Equipment (iron-neck.com) Use the code CHADP for a 15% discount.  *** Do you like shoes? Check out my friends over at Flux Footwear! https://fluxfootwear.com/?rfsn=6411829.f9ad23 Use the code COACHP10 for a 10% discount.  *** Check out Boston Scally at: https://www.bostonscally.com/ (Use the code COACHP to receive 15% off of your order) *** Check out Terra Grappl'r at: Click here to get your Terra Grappl'r shoes (Use the code COACHCP10 to receive $10 off of your order)  *** Check out my friends at Forever Fathers at: HOME | FOREVER FATHERS Check out the Lane Frost Brand at: https://lanefrost.com/ https://www.instagram.com/lanefrostbrand/  https://www.facebook.com/lanefrost89/ *** Want to be a high-performance athlete/human being? Start with your nutrition! See my favorite nutrition products below: Alovéa — Do Health Different (myalovea.com) https://proceller8.com/coachchadparks https://wellbuiltsupplements.com/discount/wellbuiltcp (use the code "wellbuiltcp" for a 15% discount) https://badathletics.com/ (use the code "badchad" for a 10% discount)  

Between The Sheets
Ep. #360.1: June 22-28, 1986 USA West Make-Good

Between The Sheets

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:33


As promised, here's the do-over of what's missing from this week's show due to a mysterious technical issue, covering the end of the UWF sub-section before moving on to World Class, Texas All-Star Wrestling, Central States, Portland, and Hawaii. Topics include Blackjack Mulligan getting fired by WCCW for beating up Kevin Von Erich and Rick Hazzard, the nightmare match that is BULLDOG BOB BROWN VS. COUSIN JUNIOR, Ric Flair vs. Samu at the Blaisdell Center, and more. Enjoy!To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows!If you're looking for the best deal on a VPN service—short for Virtual Private Network, it helps you get around regional restrictions as well as browse the internet more securely—then Private Internet Access is what you've been looking for. Not only will using our link help support Between The Sheets, but you'll get a special discount, with prices as low as $1.98/month if you go with a 40 month subscription. With numerous great features and even a TV-specific Android app to make streaming easier, there is no better choice if you're looking to subscribe to WWE Network, AEW Plus, and other region-locked services.For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene.To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands