Who wouldn't want to scale their business?When you think about scaling, or growing, your business — does it seem like an absolute no-brainer “yes!” Or, do you feel some hesitations around the idea of taking your online culinary business of the next level?In this episode, Bjork Ostrom from Food Blogger Pro shares his honest take on what it takes to scale a business. And it might surprise you!With over 10 years of experience as an entrepreneur in the online space, Bjork gives us a behind-the-scenes look into how he and his wife Lindsay approach their very successful blog, Pinch of Yum, and their portfolio of online businesses.In this show, Bjork shares:The story behind their food blog, Pinch of Yum, which now gets 4-5 million page views per month!How to think about growth when you're a solopreneurThe importance of redefining what success means to you…and much, much more!I can't wait for you to dive in! This episode will undoubtedly plant some new seeds for thought in your entrepreneurial mind especially as you think about how you want to grow your business.SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEWWant to support our podcast and help it grow? One of the best things you can do is leave a rating and review wherever you tune in. Thanks so much!HELPFUL LINKSCheck out Bjork's portfolio of businesses at Tiny Bit and Lindsay's blog, Pinch of Yum.Get on the list for our upcoming special event (and you'll also access our free Culinary Roadmap!)Tune into my interview with Bjork on the Food Blogger Pro podcastThanks so much for listening! Connect with me on Instagram (@culinarycynthia) and let me know how you enjoyed this episode. I'd love to hear from you!
Welcome to the daily304 – your window into Wonderful, Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Today is Monday, March 20 Yum! The Farm-to-Table dinner series returns to West Virginia State Parks…Speaking of parks, keep an eye out for spring wildlife like spring peepers…and--Bullseye!--students from 65 schools are set to compete in the 18th annual West Virginia Archery in the Schools State Tournament…on today's daily304. #1 – From WBOY-TV – Save room for dessert! The Farm-to-Table dinner series returns to West Virginia State Parks this year. The events feature unique and delicious three-course meals prepared from West Virginia grown and produced ingredients. The dinner series kicks off May 26-27 at Hawks Nest State Park. Friday features a Meet & Greet cocktail social with “The Vagabond Chef” Matt Welsh and beverages from Bridge Brew Works. On Saturday, Chef Welsh will oversee the preparation and tastings of Hawks Knob Ciders paired with a flavorful seasonal menu. The event includes prize drawings for park activities and overnight accommodations. Additional farm-to-table dinners are scheduled at Cacapon, Pipestem, Chief Logan, North Bend and Twin Falls. Reservations are limited, so book your dinner soon! Menus and additional information will be posted at wvstateparks.com. Read more: https://www.wboy.com/wv-outdoors/west-virginia-state-parks-announces-2023-farm-to-table-dinners-schedule/ #2 – From WV STATE PARKS – Spring brings an increase of wildlife activity to West Virginia, and West Virginia state parks and forests are a great place to look for them. Keep an eye out for these critters as you trek through woods and fields: The spring peeper chorus is often one of the first signs of spring. These diminutive tree frogs are about the size of the end of your thumb, but they make a big noise, according to Jim Phillips, retired naturalist from Pipestem Resort. Tygart Lake State Park naturalist Jacob Jackson said his area experiences a lot of bird activity in the spring. “One thing that I notice is increased woodpecker activity, even though many of them stay here year-round. I've noticed more red-headed woodpeckers and northern flickers getting a lot more active,” Jackson said. Guided hikes are offered regularly. Learn more at www.wvstateparks.com. Read more: https://wvstateparks.com/look-for-these-species-of-wildlife-in-spring/ #3 – From WV DNR – Students from 65 schools will participate in the 18th annual West Virginia Archery in the Schools State Tournament on March 25, according to the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. “We came back really strong last year with our first tournament after the pandemic, so we wanted to go bigger and better this year by having a larger space at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center and inviting more teams to compete,” said Chris Scraggs, AIS Program Coordinator. More than 1,400 students from 96 schools participated in the state qualifier this year, but only the top 10 teams and the top 15 boys and top 15 girls from elementary, middle and high school will go on to compete at the state tournament. Visit wvdnr.com to learn more about the program. Read more: https://wvdnr.gov/64-schools-to-compete-in-archery-in-the-schools-state-tournament/ Find these stories and more at wv.gov/daily304. The daily304 curated news and information is brought to you by the West Virginia Department of Commerce: Sharing the wealth, beauty and opportunity in West Virginia with the world. Follow the daily304 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @daily304. Or find us online at wv.gov and just click the daily304 logo. That's all for now. Take care. Be safe. Get outside and enjoy all the opportunity West Virginia has to offer.
Albania! Brazil! FRAAANCE! No, this isn't the countries episode – just your usual Family Dinner idiocy. We've got all our random noises ready for you and are gonna dive right in. We're serving up seasonal depression, pale-glowing nipples, the Idles of March and the very real equilibrium of the moon and Archimedes. Ya know, all the fineries needed to get you through this last hump of the winter season. If daylight savings time was a podcast it would be us and we've got beaming sun coming out of our as–mouths. Yum!
Dr. Nimali Fernando, also known as "Dr. Yum," talks about why cooking with preschoolers can be a fun and educational experience and how parents can involve their children in the kitchen to create healthy, delicious meals. Get full show notes and information here: https://thenourishedchild.com/181.
Jenna Bush Hager and Willie Geist play a fun game of “Yuck or Yum.” Also, Jenna Bush Hager and Willie Geist catch up with Jenny Slate and talk about her recent animated project “Marcel The Shell With Shoes On.” Plus, interior designer Mikel Welch shares some inexpensive DIY décor trends. And, celebrity trainer Corey Calliet in studio 1A to share some easy workout exercises that you can try at home.
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with hearing how Radix Environmental Sustainability Center is working with young people to tap maple trees throughout Albany to make maple syrup. Yum! Next, Blaise reports on the Disability Day of Mourning coming up on Wednesday March 1st. After that, as part of his series on ”Is Radio Dying?,” Caelan McPherson interviews Daniel Plaat of WCAA in Albany. Then Moses Nagel talks with faculty in The Latin American and Caribbean Studies department at the University at Albany. Finally, Blaise brings us a piece he pre-recorded with Hugh Johnson about “graupel,” the region's current snowstorm, and more.
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Southwest Florida's Best Pics for Date Night Spots in FebruaryV-Day Dinners Naples, FLThe Local - Farm Fresh Rotating Menu - Naples, FLThree60 Market - Alternative American- Naples, FLApp - CalamariMealsScallopsPork ChopDessert - LimnocelloHogfish Harry's - Seafood - Naples, FLMeal - Dessert - Carrot CakeThe Vine Room - Cocktail Bar - Naples, FLDrink order: Cherry Blossom Old Fashioned with Japanese WhiskeyFlemings - Steak House - Naples, FLNamba - Asian Cuisine - Naples, FLGreen tea ice creamNemos - Seafood - Naples, FLGrilled Mediterranean OctopusGrilled Black Grouper “ÀLA NICOISE”Hawaiian PokeVolcano Yellowtail SnapperSophia's - Italian - Naples, FLCalamariBreadVealPasta BolognesePasta with Vodka SauceBonita Springs, FLThe Bohemian - Tapas - Bonita Springs, FLCharred Bistro - Steak House - Bonita Springs, FLChartreuse - Cocktail Bar - Bonita Springs, FLDrink order: King Kong (Rum Old Fashioned)Corner Spot Diner + Drink - Boutique Kitchen - Bonita Springs, FLDe Romos - Bonita Springs, FLBreadDry Olive MartiniPasta BologneseParmesan Chicken or VealMeatball RavioliThey also have an Italian market.Estero, FLCaffe' da Michele Osteria Italiana - Italian - Estero, FLMeal - Gnocchi Divieto - Italian - Estero, FLGreat Event or Private DiningProsciuttoRuota Di ParmigianoLambChicken MarsalaFort Myers, FLColleoni's Italian Ristorante - Italian - Fort Myers, FLWagyu RavioliOssobuco Fancy's Southern Cafe - Southern - Fort Myers, FLFried Chicken & Waffles (favorite meal)Sweet Potato FriesMac & CheeseSangriaLiberty - Alternative American - Fort Myers, FLHarolds Cuisine - American Cuisine - Fort Myers, FLCold Water Oysters Bar - Seafood - Fort Myers, FLDrink order: Blue Berry Cobbler Old FashionedArtisan Eatery - American Cuisine - Fort Myers, FLReubenDesserts - any of their cakesThe Silver King Ocean Brasserie - Seafood & Steak - Fort Myers, FLDe Adriatico restaurant - Mediterranean - Fort Myers, FLThe Beacon - Cocktail Bar - Fort Myers, FL86 Room - Cocktail Bar - Fort Myers, FLOld Fashioned The Luminary's Beacon Social Drinkery - Fort Myers, FLGo on a weeknightDowntown House of Pizza - Fort Myers, FLCapones - Italian - Fort Myers, FLSausageCaprese SaladDoggy DatesDowntown Coffee and Wine, Bonita Springs, FLFort Myers Brewery - Brewery - Fort Myers, FLIce Cream Love Boat - Ice Cream - Fort Myers, FLTipsy Udder - Ice Cream - Fort Myers, FLPeter's German Ice Cream & Coffee - Fort Myers, FLBelgian Yummies - Gelato & Ice Cream - Fort Myers, FLBirdie's Gelato - Ice cream & gelato - SWFL pop upKilwins - Ice cream & Chocolates - Estero, FLCarrot CakeOcean Prime - Seafood - Naples, FLHogfish Harry's - Seafood - Naples, FLPieFancy's Southern Cafe - Fort Myers, FLChicken Pot pieArtisan Eatery - Fort Myers, FLDeep Dish Apple Pie
Welcome to the daily304 – your window into Wonderful, Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Today is Thursday, Feb. 23 Coalfield Development teams with Solar Holler to train 100 new solar workers --#YesWV!...Plan your spring road trip in Almost Heaven…and Wheeling experiences a building boom…on today's daily304. #1 – From THE HERALD-DISPATCH – Coalfield Development Corporation and West Virginia-based solar developer Solar Holler have announced a partnership to train 100 new solar workers in the next 18 months. Leveraging the recently announced award to the ACT (Appalachian Climate Technology) Now Coalition, the two entities will collaborate on innovative strategies to recruit, train and employ local workers in the growing renewable energy industry, officials said. “Solar has never been more promising in Appalachia, not just because we're bringing affordable power to more and more folks every day, but because of the ripple effects,” Solar Holler founder and CEO Dan Conant said. “In the beginning, we set out to strengthen local communities and give folks the opportunity to stay and build careers in their hometowns. This partnership will help see that we continue to do just that.” For more information about the training program, visit https://coalfield-development.org/ Read more: https://www.herald-dispatch.com/business/solar-holler-act-now-announce-training-program-for-solar-workers/article_45a21baa-9286-566c-aecf-2600f9bf4eb5.html #2 – From WVNS-TV – As spring creeps closer, people are trying to figure out what places they can go to enjoy as nicer weather begins to shine through. Check out some of these springtime activities and destinations in Almost Heaven: Satisfy your sweet tooth with a visit to the Lewisburg Chocolate Festival, which takes place April 8. Yum! Stop and smell the roses … at Ritter Park Rose Garden. The Rose Garden in Huntington's Ritter Park features more than 3,000 roses and usually reaches full bloom from May through mid-June. Read the rest of the list in the WVNSTV article below. You can also visit www.wvtourism.com to find more road trip suggestions in Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Read more: https://www.wvnstv.com/news/west-virginia-news/six-springtime-destinations-in-west-virginia/ #3 – From THE INTELLIGENCER – Wheeling Mayor Glenn Elliott draws parallels between an 1891 newspaper article and today, saying it's a positive sign for the city's growth. “A Building Boom: Now at Its Height in this City” was the headline of a story published in the Wheeling Daily Intelligencer on Friday, June 12, 1891. The late 1800s signified the beginning to a significant chapter of growth for the Northern Panhandle city, Elliott said, adding that more buildings were built between 1890 and 1910 in Wheeling that probably any other era, Dozens of private and public projects are under construction, are about to begin, or have recently been completed. Projects include the long-awaited $32 million Downtown Streetscape Project, the $17 million rehabilitation of the historic Wheeling Suspension Bridge. Additional projects include the rehabilitation of four historic buildings in the 1400 block of Market Street. Funds are also being put into place for an estimated $1.8 million investment into the reconfiguration of the Wheeling Artisan Center. Read more: https://www.theintelligencer.net/znewsletter-sunday/2023/02/a-building-boom-wheeling-mayor-sees-similarities-between-progress-of-late-1800s-present-2/ Find these stories and more at wv.gov/daily304. The daily304 curated news and information is brought to you by the West Virginia Department of Commerce: Sharing the wealth, beauty and opportunity in West Virginia with the world. Follow the daily304 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @daily304. Or find us online at wv.gov and just click the daily304 logo. That's all for now. Take care. Be safe. Get outside and enjoy all the opportunity West Virginia has to offer.
Bible Reading: Romans 12:9-16; 1 Peter 2:21-25Clay picked up his fork, sorted the peas out of his mixed vegetables, and pushed them off to the side of his plate. Two-year-old Penelope did the same thing. "Why aren't you eating your peas?" asked Mom."I don't like them," Clay answered."Don't like 'em," Penelope repeated."Yes, you do, Penelope," said Mom, scooping some peas onto Penelope's spoon and holding them up to her mouth."Yum," Penelope said. "More!"A little later, Clay blew bubbles in his milk. Wide-eyed, Penelope watched him. Then she picked up her glass of milk and blew bubbles in it, spilling milk all over the table. "Clay! Get a towel and help clean up your sister's mess," said Mom.Clay obediently got the towel. As he began wiping the table, Penelope grabbed it. "Me too," she said, trying to wipe the table."You little copycat," Clay grumbled. "Mom, make her stop copying me.""She copies you because she loves you and wants to be like you," said Mom."You need to remember that no matter where you are, others are always watching you," Dad told him. "And I'm afraid that not eating your peas and then blowing bubbles in your milk has made you a poor example this evening.""Sorry," mumbled Clay."The best way to be a good example is to be a copycat yourself," Mom said."It is?" Clay looked surprised. "Who should I copy? Dad?"Mom grinned. "That would be a start, since Dad doesn't blow bubbles in his milk." Dad laughed. "Not very often, at least," he said, winking at Clay. "I think what Mom really means is that, as Christians, we need to follow Jesus as our example. Because He saved us from sin and gave us His Holy Spirit, we can follow His example and show others what He's like. As He works in our hearts, we become more like Him and can show examples of His love to others. He's the one we should copy."Clay nodded as he finished wiping milk from the table. "Okay, I'll follow Jesus's example--and I don't think He would blow bubbles in His milk either!" -Lucinda J. RollingsHow About You?Are you a copycat of Jesus? Do you follow His example by obeying your parents, listening to your teachers, and showing kindness to others? As Christians, we can copy Him because He has freed us from sin and given us the Holy Spirit, who works in our hearts and helps us show others His love. Be an example of Jesus to others in everything you say and do. Today's Key Verse:Christ gave you an example to follow. He suffered for you. So you should do the same as he did. (ERV) (1 Peter 2:21)Today's Key Thought:Be a copycat of Jesus
Bridgette McAdoo leads the Global Sustainability practice at Genesys. She is responsible for sustainability as a management approach that holistically optimizes our economic, social, and environmental impact. In her role leading sustainability at Genesys, Bridgette drives our stakeholder engagement, education, and the evolution of the sustainable strategy and programs across Genesys. She also leverages sustainability metrics to track our non-financial performance and deliver integrated reports to our stakeholders Bridgette has over 20 years of experience in sustainability leadership roles across multiple sectors, including the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), where she most recently led corporate strategy and engagement for WWF's Freshwater and Food goals, Global Director of Sustainability for KFC, where she headed all sustainability issues for the brand, internally within Yum! Brands and externally with various sustainability stakeholders, and operations roles that were part of NASA's Space Shuttle and Mars Rover programs. She holds a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and an MBA in Strategy from the Drucker School of Management. Bridgette Joins Sustainable Nation to Discuss: Creating the foundation of sustainability at Genesys Advice for finding and hiring good sustainability talent Quantifying product use emissions Strategies to align sustainability with work from home Advice and recommendations for sustainability professionals Bridgette's Final Five Questions Responses: What is one piece of advice you would give other sustainability professionals that might help them in their careers? Don't underestimate the power of two words: value and differentiation. Value, because one, it's usually not a group that has P&L responsibility, but you need to show that you can drive pipeline, help with attrition and retention. You have to show all the value that sustainability brings to the business so that it's a value proposition, not just a buzzword. Differentiation is how do you use it to set you apart from your competitors? Use it as a way to help put the company in a different lens than it usually would, and show that value. Show all the intangible values of sustainability, not just the tangible ones, all the qualifiable values, not just the quantifiable ones. That will help you to really get it elevated versus it sitting in the middle of the organizations as some people struggle with. What are you most excited about right now in the world of sustainability? I'm excited that I'm starting to see a lot of emphasis on intersectionality. For so long I felt that people felt like they could only talk about one pillar at a time. It's either an environmental conversation or a diversity conversation or a governance conversation. But those should be integrated. There should be an integrated, holistic approach to how we look at sustainability, because when those things are looked at in tandem, when we integrate it, we get the real wins. I'm glad to see that even organizations are starting to restructure to be that way and not silo out the work. When that happens I just feel like the work is really not as impactful as it should be. What is one book you would recommend sustainability professionals read? Because of all the time reading all these white papers and case studies, I like to read things that are way more inspiring and motivating and so far away from sustainability. However, I just started reading Net Positive by Paul Polman and Andrew Winston. I'm enjoying that book. It highlights the way we look at traditional CSR or philanthropy or impact, however your organization refers to it, is just not adequate for where we are today. That we, as leaders in this space, really need to rethink about how we drive the business differently and how we can be the change that we want to see. Another book that has been extremely impactful is Stamped From the Beginning by Ibram X Kendi. It talks about and it details how racist ideas were created, spread and deeply rooted in society. It's thought-provoking and intense, but it's a fantastic read. What are some of your favorite resources or tools that really help you in your work? I have a few different distribution lists that I'm on like GreebBiz Weekly. I get a lot of things where I can see a lot of articles. Our marketing team also does a fantastic job of scouring the industry or all the latest sustainability news to make sure that we can have a pulse on what's happening. So that's been extremely useful for me as having that inside outlook and then getting it from different shareholders or key stakeholders across sustainability when I get to see different articles. The climate pledge also being a part of that; you get to see what's happening across different signatories. It's always good to be able to benchmark and look how you're trending against all the different other companies that have the same commitments. Where can our listeners go to learn more about you and the work being done at Genesys? You can always go to our website and you can visit genesys.com/sustainability to learn more about our sustainability initiatives, read our latest report, and stay up to date on our progress.
Hour two Tim Sullivan of LEO Weekly joins to talk about what he saw at Yum over the weekend in an emotional UofL win. Some Derby talk with Sully too. Nick has his starting five President's for President's Day. We play and react to some Coach Cal sound. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Boys discuss Goblins, Ghosts, and Gloryholes. Yum! Trigger Warning: Suicide, about 57 mins in. Love you xoxo Instagram: @aahfterhorrorpodcast Twitter: @aahfterhorror Facebook: aahfterhorrorpodcast Email: email@example.com
Upper West Side Corner Talk Podcast
In today's episode, you'll meet Ransil, who manages the new Wafels & Dinges location at West 79th Street on Columbus Avenue. He talks about Venezuelan hot dogs, too! W & D's sole storefront in Manhattan opens at 8AM and also serves wine and beer. And, did Lee mention there is wifi?! Today's show is sponsored by Utopia Diner, open every day. There is indoor dining, outdoor dining, take-out, and delivery! Located at West 72nd Street and Amsterdam Avenue. Listener Opportunities - Buy Lee a cup of coffee. Click HERE. - Hire Lee as your emcee/moderator for your next event. Click HERE. Favors: - Check out NYCPodcasters.com for more NYC indie shows like this one! - Please do share the show with at least two -- or three -- other neighbors and friends. And, please do give the show a 5-star rating in your podcast app if you feel it deserves it. And if you're not following the show, please do so : ) Show Sponsor: - This could be YOU, too! Click HERE. - Buy Lee a cup of coffee. Click HERE. - Today's sponsor is Utopia Diner at 267 Amsterdam Ave at West 72nd Street. Get your breakfast platter or waffles -- YUM! (212) 873-6233 or on Seamless. Submit YOUR Neighborhood News and Story Ideas: Also, please submit your corner news, school news, and story ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, leave a voice memo at the website by clicking on the orange tab: http://www.UWSCornerTalk.com. You can follow the show on social media: Instagram: @uwscornertalk; Twitter: @uwscornertalk. You can also join the show's Facebook group and like the Facebook page.
Baking it Down with Sugar Cookie Marketing
Adrian and Chris are getting married in a few months and want to build a lifetime of love and financial freedom together. Erin gives them a really big reason to get on the same page as quickly as possible. _________________________ In this episode: To learn more about the Classes of Experience, check out Chapter 10 in the Get The Hell Out Of Debt book. There are 4 options when you are deciding which debt to pay off first. To find out which method you prefer, check out Chapter 13. The Crunchwrap Supreme recipe Keri loves can be found here: https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a52078/crunchwrap-supreme-recipe/ (**This episode was NOT sponsored by Taco Bell - the podcast is still commercial free! But hey, oh hi there, fellow Taco Bell enthusiasts! If you are looking to invest, the parent company is Yum! Brands) Fave quote from this episode: "Is my shirt about drugs? Am I wearing a drug shirt?" -Keri _________________________ Pre-Order Erin's new book Naked Money Meetings from your favorite bookstore or here. If you plan to be debt-free in 2023, here's where to find Erin and Get The Hell Out Of The Debt: The online Get The Hell Out Of Debt course that started it all and has helped thousands is here: https://www.erinskyekelly.com/get-the-hell-out-of-debt-course The book, Get The Hell Out Of Debt, is available here (or from your favorite bookstore!): https://amzn.to/3egzwXU. **Watch for Erin's next book, due out later this year! Check this out for some free resources to get you started: www.financialtransformation.ca If you have something nice to say (and want to be featured on the podcast!), record your message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/erinskyekelly Follow Erin here: https://www.instagram.com/getthehelloutofdebt/ And her personal account here: https://www.instagram.com/erinskyekelly/ And the website for everything else: www.erinskyekelly.com
Today we're continuing our series on the Wild Mind by diving into a different facet: the South. The South is about our wilderness, our emotions, our sensuality, and sense of belonging in the world - the natural world. I love talking about the South because I feel like it has been a strength in my life, especially at times like when I was at UC Santa Cruz (a clothing-optional University at the time), living amongst the ancient redwoods, dancing wildly to drum circles on the beach, and riding my bike to sit under my favorite acacia tree and watch the sunset; or when I was a climbing guide and slept under the stars over 250 nights each year, and having playful meetups with lovers all over the world. The energy of the South is returning to me as I intentionally create more time in the wilderness and to connect with my place in this world in this new iteration as mom and online biz gal. You know, we seem to forget as humans that we are also animals. And we tend to default to human exceptionalism, an idea that we're better than other species, or that we hold more value. Even in Buddhism it's said that because of the type of sentience we have and the capacities of our brain, that humans can achieve enlightenment more efficiently and make greater progress on the path, helping more beings along the way. But the flip side is that we can also cause more harm than other species, right? And the disconnect from nature and the resulting harm gets even more out of control the more we forget that we are also animals - we have had, and continue to have, a symbiotic relationship with other beings, plants, and the Earth. This is where the South comes in. The South (for those in the Northern hemisphere - if you're in the Southern hemisphere, flip the North and South in this series) is the place with the most sun, the most warmth. Humans are outside more, exploring more, watching the sunsets and sunrises, connecting to the natural world. And with it, there's a more playful, relaxed, warm energy in our hearts. These qualities of the South are so important to Soul work because the type of adventures and explorations that we often encounter on the path and during altered state journeys often contain symbols, messages from our subconscious minds, aspects of our collective consciousness, and more. To navigate all this, we need to cultivate our instinct - our ability to trust and respond even without thinking. This is the domain of the South. The South also allows us to tap into the deep knowing that we belong here, just as we are. It helps us mitigate fears that may arise about being untethered to any sense of home. It allows us to trust that what arises is for our greatest good, because it IS. We become intimate with our Inner Healing Wisdom. Bill Plotkin calls the healthy facet of the South the “Wild Indigenous One.” It's not an invitation to cultural appropriation, but rather a reminder that we all descend from a lineage of indigenous people, and that when we are in touch with that and how it is alive in us now, we are fully and passionately at home in our bodies and in the natural world... How do we know we're in the South? If you've ever connected with another species, like having a silent moment with a wild animal while hiking or running, or having your pet come lick your tears, knowing what you need, or appreciating the gentle cradling from a favorite tree as you sit in its branches - that's the South. If you've fully appreciated being born in a human body and all the sensual pleasures and experiences it allows - sunsets, wild uninhibited sex, hot chocolate, trail runs, massages. Yum! Or enjoyed what it's like to fully feel an emotion as it moves through your body, feeling alive and present in the world - even when the emotion is a challenging one… Then you have felt and connected with your Wild Indigenous One. I remember once, after a breakup, I was thinking about all the great times I had with this lover and the things we created together. As I reflected on how we were moving on and felt the sadness, I started to cry… but I was surprised when I noticed I was also in deep gratitude for the beauty of being alive, for ALL the complexity of emotions available to me. How beautiful it was that I was alive and that I had the capacity to feel the entire range of emotions, from love and passion and bliss and pure joy to grief and loss. How this pain was 100% worth it. You might start to realize that the South has been actively suppressed in most modern industrialized societies. This makes sense, because the South helps us tap into our unconditional worth and belonging, while capitalism and consumerist culture thrive on having us believe that those things come from the outside, from things we can buy and that we “need” to be whole…and consequently, also things that can be lost or taken away. This is why actively cultivating the qualities of the South is essential - now more than ever. When we are in our South, we recognize the Buddhist concept of interconnectedness - that everything in the Universe and on this planet has come into being due to its relationship to - and dependence upon - everything else. We fell this more intuitively when we're in nature. We also open to full emotional expression. While the balanced South doesn't see emotions as toxic and doesn't suppress them, our South subpersonalities have a very different experience of our emotions. When we react to events through the filter of our woundedness, our emotions often seem unpleasant, and we may then end up acting on our emotions in ways that harm ourselves or others; acting in toxic ways, even towards ourselves. These subpersonalities are unbalanced or uncultivated parts of ourselves. They're generally thought of as the Wounded Children, as they often have the common theme of fear of being abandoned again. When they are activated, it feels as if the world is going to end - even as adults. I think of a temper tantrum of a toddler that feels all is lost because of a lost toy, and throws themselves onto the floor thrashing about. This is what we do when our Wounded Child arises when we're grown-ass adults - an adult version of this (and for some of us it might still look similar to this;). There are several subpersonality types that exist in the South, and I go into them in a lot more depth in the full episode, but one I'd like to highlight here is The Rebel. The Rebel is generally “against it,” no matter what “it” is. They may have had opportunities to make more money but refuse to do so, because they don't want to “give into the man.” Even if it's not compromising deep values and even if they can't pay their bills and end up with infinite money stress. They often don't trust anyone in “the establishment” (or in life), usually because of an abandonment they've experienced before. Despite the tough outer shell, there's this underlying belief that they aren't worthy or qualified for the rewards of mainstream society in more traditional ways (like money and success). So they rebel against almost everything: religion, teachers, parents, anything from dominant culture. This subpersonality is common in those of us from the poverty classes and oppressed people (myself included!), and for good reason, as these groups are traditionally marginalized in white-supremacist capitalist culture and feed this rebel tendency. However, this sub is also quite prevalent in other groups. Of course, being a rebel isn't all bad. It's actually pretty awesome, right? We tend to have more freedom and know how to have a great time. A popular saying in Camp 4 between us dirtbags was from economist Thorstein Veblen: “At either end of the social spectrum there lies a leisure class.” But when this rebellion comes from a wounded place, we're often causing ourselves - or others - unnecessary harm. When I was living in my car as a climbing guide, I felt so much pride in needing so little to feel free and alive. To not “need” to work excessively. But I also had a better-than-thou attitude and had no qualms about ripping off those I considered to be privileged and “better off.” I remember once a Walmart cashier didn't scan one of my larger items, and I didn't mention anything. Stick it to the man! But still… stealing. I checked these less healthy parts of me once I started to heal that wounded child in me. But I still like to get away with shit;) Just as the North's Loyal Soldiers can be called Protectors, the South's Wounded Children can be called Orphans. Most of us weren't literally orphaned, but all of us experienced, at some point of another, and kind of loneliness of our psyche, an abandonment in that sense - key moments in our life when we realized holy shit, no one is watching out for me right now and I have to fend for myself. Even if our family was fairly supportive, at some point we felt…alone. The wounded emotional basis of the Southern subs arises because while we, as adults, may have learned to manage our emotions to some extent - repress them. Managed emotions aren't fully processed emotions, and fully processing them is what we need in order to continue developing in a healthy way. What's happening here is really a disconnect from our authenticity in order to gain some degree of safety - physical or emotional. But when we do this, we forget who we really are, what we really want, and why we're really here. We forget that we're not here to DO more and more and more. We're here to BE who we authentically are, because that is why we were born. The discovery of who we authentically are and what we truly desire is the journey of the South, and one that's very common on the Adventure Mastermind. Because of this disconnect from our authenticity, the wounded South often shows up as emotional reactivity, impulsive behavior that takes us by surprise, feeling as if our emotions and reactions arose out of nowhere, out of our control. How can we start to process our emotions and integrate them back into us? There are 4 essential steps: // Understand and identify what emotion(s) our Wounded Child is feeling.// What happened (or what do they think happened) that elicited the emotion?// Understand that it makes perfect sense that they'd be feeling exactly those emotions under those circumstances. “Anyone in that same situation would have done the same thing.” This is truer than many of us would like to admit.// Understand what this tells you about them (aka YOU). After this, the most important piece is that we take action, because our challenging emotions arise when we aren't having basic needs met. But the problem is when our South isn't healthy, we believe others need to fit it and that we aren't capable of doing it (or shouldn't have to). Therefore, taking action is key so that we bring this sovereignty back into ourselves. We can figure out how we can act on our emotions and the information they give us. Maybe we need to create better boundaries and stick to them. Perhaps we need to take more time for self-care - pr leave a toxic job or relationship. We can listen and do things differently... What's one thing you can do today to more fully cultivate and integrate your South? Something that will help it grow, like time in nature or dancing naked in your kitchen. Or perhaps something that will help you get to know your wounded child better, and learn to care for them? Pick one small thing to do today to get closer to the Wild One in you. In this episode, you'll learn:// What the sensuous, embodied, and emotive energy of the South means to our Wild Mind and why it's so important for Soul work// How we can connect deeply with our Wild Indigenous One, despite society's attempts to repress it// What the South's subpersonalities are, and 4 steps we can take to assimilate them in a healthy way Resources:// Episode 128: Bearing Witness - Who Did You Tell? // Episode 135: Reclaiming Parts of Ourselves // Episode 142: Your Wild Mind - The North + Protectors // Wild Mind, by Bill Plotkin // If you're new to the squad, grab the Rebel Buddhist Toolkit I created at RebelBuddhist.com. It has all you need to start creating a life of more freedom, adventure, and purpose. You'll also get access to the Rebel Buddhist private group, and tune in every Wednesday as I go live with new inspiration and topics. // Cultivating our connection to our true selves and finding wholeness within us and in nature is a key part of the Adventure Mastermind. If you want to dive into this work in this container, learn more and apply at AdventureMastermind.com. There's ONE SPOT LEFT, and our next cohort starts at the end of February! // Want something more self-paced with access to weekly group support? Check out Freedom School – the community for ALL things related to freedom, inside and out. Learn more at JoinFreedomSchool.com. I can't wait to see you there!
Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley
Tim Kennelty returns with another Good Plant/Bad Plant segment. This time he talks about Ironweed, a great native, pollinator plant known for its purple flowers and impressive height that will add ‘presence' to any garden. Then, he explains why the invasive Japanese Barberry is not such a good choice for your garden as it creates a great habitat for the white-footed mouse which is known to be a carrier for tick-borne diseases. Then Jackie Hayden and Dede Terns-Thorpe are back with another segment of Pests and Pathogens. Thís time they discuss a category of blisters, galls, and spots on leaves and trees that are caused by a rust fungus. Learn all about them here! Finally, we have a new recurring segment called Patch to Plate. Annie Scibienski, a new Master Gardener volunteer, highlights ingredients from the home garden and how they can be used in the home kitchen. In this segment, she features root vegetables and uses them to create Maple-Glazed Carrots and a Hidden Beet pound cake. Yum! Hosts: Tim Kennelty, and Jean Thomas Guests: Tim Kennelty, Dede Terns-Thorpe, Jackie Hayden and Annie Scibienski Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Teresa Golden and Annie Scibiencki Resources
Yum! Brands, Inc., Q4 2022 Earnings Call, Feb 08, 2023
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with news from across the Atlantic: A UK antitrust watchdog said Microsoft's takeover of Activision would stifle competition and harm gamers. David Faber joined via phone with his perspective on the findings. Alphabet shares down sharply after Google's artificial intelligence event in Paris failed to ease concerns about competition from Microsoft's new AI-powered Bing search engine. Yum! Brands CEO David Gibbs joined the program exclusively to discuss inflation and better-than-expected quarterly results for the parent of Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut. Also in focus: A surprise quarterly profit for Uber, Chipotle's earnings miss, CVS beats and confirms a $10.6 billion deal.
☎️ Text us! 310-356-3920 ☎️ Imagine this: You're with a new partner, everything's going well, things are getting hot and heavy, and then BOOM! You've climaxed a bit sooner than anticipated. We've all been there. This week we hear your stories about sex that lasted less than 60 seconds. We also watch a clip of the most uncomfortable TV show we've seen in a long time, Milf Manor. Plus, we also learn about a new sex move called the Grapefruit Technique. Yum! Please support our show and get discounts on our favorite brands by using our sponsors' links here! UBERLUBE – UberLube is our favorite lube! Perfect for oral, anal, and vaginal sex. Use code SNEAKY at www.UberLube.com for 10% off and free shipping. LET'S GET DEEP – Spice things up with the game Let's Get Deep from the creators of What Do You Meme? and get 20% off with promo code "Mom" at whatdoyoumeme.com/letsgetdeep. KIKOFF – Improve your credit score today! It's super easy! Apply in minutes at www.Kikoff.com. Check out our Pleasure Podcasts recommendation, Double Teamed Podcast! ❣️You can view this full episode in video form by going to our YouTube channel. A special huge thank you to our wonderful videographer/editor/producer, Dale! Join our sparkling new Sneaky Freak chatroom on Discord! Just visit: https://discord.gg/jJZqkUw3dV. To gain exclusive access to all our Discord channels, join us at Patreon.com/sextalkwithmymom. If you've enjoyed the show, please consider leaving us a review at RateThisPodcast.com/Mom. Also, it would mean the world if you'd support us through Patreon.com/sextalkwithmymom – a platform where you can get exclusive STWMM bonus episodes and Zoom chats with us! Grab some Sex Talk w/ My Mom swag at sextalkwithmymom.com. Get close with us on socials at: Text us - 310-356-3920 Facebook/Instagram - @SexTalkWithMyMom Twitter - @SexTalkPodcast Website - www.SexTalkWithMyMom.com Our podcast's music was crafted by the wildly talented Freddy Avis! Check out his work at http://www.freddyavismusic.com/ Sex Talk With My Mom is a proud member of Pleasure Podcasts, a podcast collective revolutionizing the conversation around sex.
Sacrilegious Discourse - Bible Study for Atheists
Husband and Wife answer questions about gates, but not about towers. The gates were super important gathering places where business was conducted, but also where poopies got dumped. Yum! Join Acast+ to enjoy our podcast adfree and get EARLY access to our episodes! https://plus.acast.com/s/sacrilegious-discourse-bible-study-for-atheists. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
You KNOW if decisions are too exhausting. And we're talking about it this week because of all the AMAZING stuff that happens when you start making decisions with LESS effort in LESS time. Here's how my clients in the Decision Masters Program describe that "amazing stuff": “I feel super in charge of my decisions and day-to-day life." “I don't feel overwhelmed. Even though all the things could look objectively overwhelming.” “I'm present. I'm not spinning anymore.” “I have extra TIME at the end of the day. I'm more efficient with work kids etc. I'm emotionally and physically more present.” "Now I can focus on what matters rather than wasting energy on the in-between angst feeling.” Notice anything?? The real benefits of making faster decisions are LIFE-CHANGING. You get freedom - presence - peace. YUM. In this episode, you'll get: 3 questions to use, to make decisions FASTER A way to pay attention to how much time & energy you're DEFAULTING to for everyday decisions A SUPER fun metaphor that totally makes sense and isn't weird at all Enjoy giving yourself the GIFT of more energy by making faster decisions this week! More links: Get all the deets about the Decision Masters Program so you can commit to saving energy & making faster decisions! https://www.kirstenparker.com/dmp Own a business? Check out Vivian Kvam's Podcast Riding Tandem!
WE'RE BACK! Ahh! We're so excited! We hope you enjoy our review of Barbarian...where everything you think is going to happen doesn't! Oh, and we're enjoying fun blueberry moscato slushees with FROZEN BLUEBERRIES! YUM! Cheers!—TW: SA—► WEBSITE: https://www.tipsypod.com► PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/tipsypod► MERCH: https://www.tipsypod.com/shop► FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tipsypod► INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/tipsypod► YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/theyreterrifiedtipsy► PODCAST PRODUCTION: https://www.twitter.com/djaudio_► NETWORK: https://www.slashncast.network/► PROMOS: Comedy Roundtable Podcast https://linktr.ee/comedyroundtable► MORE: https://www.linktr.ee/tipsypod—#comedy #podcast #film #review #horror
Mystery Dungeons & Darkrais - A Pokémon Roleplaying Podcast
One. Last. Chance. With the fate of the Yumé region and world at stake, Chuck and Felix must face the ultimate test of strength, friendship and love to fight their final fight against Arceus, the Creator of all. Can they save the world? Music credits: John Ferrie Music - Pokemon Red and Blue Orchestrated, Opening and Title Screen Aether & Chaos - Battle! Arceus | EPIC VERSION | Pokémon Legends: Arceus
David Novak is the Co-Founder and retired Chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands, Inc. one of the world's largest restaurant companies that includes KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell in its portfolio. Under David's 17-year leadership, Yum! Brands doubled in size to over 45,000 restaurants and grew from a $4b to a $32 Billion market cap. David is also founder and CEO of David Novak Leadership, the parent organization to five nonprofits dedicated to developing leaders at every stage of life, from ages 5 to 65. He's also the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including a new one, Take Charge of You, which is now available wherever books are sold. David joined host Robert Glazer on the Elevate Podcast to discuss his highly successful career, how to build leadership ability and much more. Show Notes
On today's "DeRusha Eats", Jason talked with Patti Soskin of Yum! Kitchen and Bakery about her history and the new location we're opening
Hour 2: Jason talked to Patti Soskin about running Yum! Kitchen & Bakery. And with Ann Ahmed about being nominated for a James Beard Award!
In this episode, we invite Craig Fisher. Craig is the founder of employer brand and recruitment tech strategy firm, TalentNet Media. He has led Global Marketing, Employer Brand, and Recruiting Innovation at Allegis Global Solutions - North America's largest RPO and staffing company. He has led talent acquisition teams at the Fortune 500 level owning recruitment processes, marketing, and technology. His digital branding methods have been adopted as best practices by companies like Linkedin, Toyota, YUM! Brands, Microsoft, and many more. He's the author of Inbound Recruiting, and a popular keynote speaker at tech, social media, HR / recruiting, and sales conferences worldwide. What you will learn: - The journey of Craig Fisher - How did Craig start his staffing firm - Pivoting in the new normal - How effective is your LinkedIn profile - Being your own CEO - The biggest mistake that companies make in hiring - How companies handle furloughs - What's next for Craig Fisher Mic Drop Moments:
How passion and growth are connected, how to reinvest in a website, and growing a loyal audience with Maurizio Leo. ----- Welcome to episode 393 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Maurizio Leo from The Perfect Loaf about business growth through passion. How Passion and Sourdough Feed a 9 Million Pageview Food Blog From co-founding and running a popular phone app to starting a sourdough blog that now gets 9 million pageviews a year, Maurizio Leo is a busy guy. But everything he does is deeply rooted in passion, and you'll hear why forming businesses around that passion has been crucial for his business growth and consistency in this conversation today. If you're looking for ways to diversify your income, growth strategies, or simply some inspiration to help you work towards your goals, you'll get it all in this episode! In this episode, you'll learn: About his background in computer science How he transitioned to working in the food space How the passion and growth are connected What his schedule looks like as an owner of two successful businesses At what point Maurizio knew The Perfect Loaf could be a business How the pandemic impacted The Perfect Loaf's traffic How he reinvests in the site Why he decided to offer a membership What the process of writing a cookbook was like What Maurizio is anticipating in the next few years Resources: SkyView The Perfect Loaf Businesses Do NOT Exist to Make Money | Simon Sinek Pinch of Yum's Holiday Bucket List Ang's Creamy Tortellini Soup The Perfect Loaf Membership Memberful Discord The Perfect Loaf Cookbook Follow Maurizio on Instagram ----- This episode is sponsored by Clariti. Learn how you can organize your blog content for maximum growth by going to clariti.com/food. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, email us at email@example.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership.
Upper West Side Corner Talk Podcast
Today Lee talks about where to get a good chopped cheese sandwich and what's up with the former Columbus Gourmet. Today's show is sponsored by Utopia Diner, open every day. There is indoor dining, outdoor dining, take-out, and delivery! Located at West 72nd Street and Amsterdam Avenue. Listener Opportunities - Buy Lee a cup of coffee. Click HERE. - Hire Lee as your emcee/moderator for your next event. Click HERE. Favors: - Check out NYCPodcasters.com for more NYC indie shows like this one! - Please do share the show with at least two -- or three -- other neighbors and friends. And, please do give the show a 5-star rating in your podcast app if you feel it deserves it. And if you're not following the show, please do so : ) Show Sponsor: - This could be YOU, too! Click HERE. - Buy Lee a cup of coffee. Click HERE. - Today's sponsor is Utopia Diner at 267 Amsterdam Ave at West 72nd Street. Get your breakfast platter or waffles -- YUM! (212) 873-6233 or on Seamless. Submit YOUR Neighborhood News and Story Ideas: Also, please submit your corner news, school news, and story ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, leave a voice memo at the website by clicking on the orange tab: http://www.UWSCornerTalk.com. You can follow the show on social media: Instagram: @uwscornertalk; Twitter: @uwscornertalk. You can also join the show's Facebook group and like the Facebook page.
Training presents an opportunity to not only educate workers, but also inspire their growth. But how can you do that in a way that feels energizing rather than exhausting? On this episode of the Principled Podcast, LRN Learning Manager Leah Hodge explores how to create engaging training with Rachel Donley, the Head of Learning & Performance Enablement for the KFC US market, a division of Yum! Brands. Listen in as the two talk about KFC's Shift Supervisor training program, which has been receiving lots of industry recognition—winning gold at this year's Brandon Hall Awards and being selected as a finalist for the Learning Technologies Awards—and improving leadership capability across the KFC US system of restaurants. Learn more about LRN's custom learning experiences. Guest: Rachel Donley Rachel Donley is a learning leader, instructional designer, gamification proponent, and strategic business partner. With 13 years of experience in the learning industry and 22 years of experience in the retail and food service industries, Rachel's learning solutions have earned eight Brandon Hall awards. She was named a 30 under 30 Learning Leader in the inaugural Learning 2010 program and awarded the Brandon Hall Rising Star Award in 2017. Rachel holds a Master of Education in learning design from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and currently leads a team of seven to deliver learning and performance solutions to KFC's 4100 US-based restaurants. Host: Leah Hodge Leah Hodge brings more than 17 years of instructional design experience to the corporate learning and development space. As a learning manager and expert in strategic partnerships at LRN, she fosters relationships with clients to analyze their training needs with an eye on elevating the learner experience. She is passionate about designing and implementing creative bespoke solutions that get learners excited about their development, taking them on a journey beyond just checking-the-box completion—including blended learning, gamification, video and animation, and onboarding learner journeys.
Outperforming the Pack in the Age of CovidEpisode #527 with Dr. Grace YumDentistry suffered during the pandemic. Yet, some practices were able to outperform and thrive. To share how they did it, Kirk Behrendt brings back Dr. Grace Yum, founder of Mommy Dentists in Business, who polled members of her MDIB community for their best practices. She found seven key points that helped them outperform during COVID-19, and you can use these tips to prepare for the future. To learn what successful practices did to outperform the rest, listen to Episode 527 of The Best Practices Show!Episode Resources:Dr. Yum's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100075730122393Dr. Yum's social media: @dr_mrs_boss_momSubscribe to the Best Practices Show PodcastJoin ACT's To The Top Study ClubJoin ACT's Master ClassSee our Live Events Schedule hereGet the Best Practices Magazine for Free!Write a Review on iTunesLinks Mentioned in This Episode:Mommy Dentists in Business Podcast: https://mommydibs.com/podcastCEO Roundtable events: https://mommydibs.com/events/ceo-roundtableMain Takeaways:1) Adopt protocols quickly.2) Call your patients individually.3) Drop PPOs as soon as possible.4) Run “lean and mean” with your team.5) Be prepared to see emergency patients.6) Do more elective dentistry. Some are low risk.7) Build a great culture that your team wants to stay in.Quotes:“Looking back and polling the 10,000 [in the Mommy Dentists in Business community], I was able to harvest information, analytical data, on independent practices — not large DSOs — on what they did to financially do better than previous years. One might think, ‘Of course. We shut down. It was COVID-19. Nobody practiced for a couple months. Of course, numbers are going to go down. Of course, production is going to go down. Overhead went up,' etc. However, there were many practices that outperformed what they did in previous years. And so, I wanted to know, ‘What did you do to outperform yourself?' And hence, the word, outperformers. And I was able to collect a lot of information from everyone who was willing to share. Some did not want to share publicly on Facebook, so they sent me private messages or emails. And after filtering through all that data, I was able to come up with seven consistent points for action.” (5:11—6:29)“Number one, COVID-19 protocols were adopted and set in place, in motion, fast. So, the practices that were able to prepare their teams and get those protocols in place and get everybody lined up early on so that when the states say, ‘Open,' they're ready to go. Because a lot of states said emergencies only. You can only do emergencies. It depended on population density of your town because there are rural parts where COVID-19...
The Nerds recap their terrible week, Yum brands gets hacked, people all of a sudden find out that ingesting liquid nitrogen is bad, cops caught having loud sex while on duty, a barista almost gets kidnapped at work and more! Check out our amazing sponsors! binoid.com use our code 'NERD' to save 10% on Nerds favorite thc edibles and other goodies! built.com use code 'VOMSHOW' to save 10% on all orders on the most delicious, keto approved protein bars! Twitter/Mewe/Parler/Gettr/Rumble: @voicesofmisery Gmail: email@example.com Instagram: voices_of_misery Discord server: voices of misery podcast https://tinyurl.com/VoMPodcastTees
Mike Evans raised $84M for his first startup, before taking it public. He's now working on a new gender-inclusive venture that is creating jobs at a great scale. The company, Grubhub, gas acquired funding from top-tier investors like Amazon, Yum!, T. Rowe Price, and Mesirow Financial.
Podcasts – The Mike O'Meara Show
So… when did it become OK to lie? Mike has a theory. Plus, there's another reason to hate Amazon. There is something to be said for great genes! And, Jack Nicholson's secret chili recipe. Yum?
EP 301 - Thyme Is Money Sometimes when you're hungry, and you're too far away from the local Long John Silvers, you have to settle for second best. Like $1200 a plate, private island dining experiences. Oy Vey. At least we hear the dessert is pretty good. Wash it all down with a 3 course liquid meal consisting of a Destihl Suckerpunch Dill Pickle Sour, a Brunchies Sour IPA from Aslin Beer Company and finished with a Blueberry Crumble Fruit Sour from Chandeleur Island Brewing Company. Yum. Cheers! Follow us! Twitter: @thebuzzedkillPC Instagram: @thebuzzedkillpodcast Facebook.com/thebuzzedkillpodcast MOVIE WE DISCUSSED - THE MENU (2022) + ROUND 1, PART 1 OF THE 2022 SLAYOFFS!
Did Jason experience the BEST UBER RIDE EVER? We think yes. He tried Halekulani Hotel's famous coconut cake in Hawaii! Yum! Madonna announced her Celebration Tour! Jason and Holly are scared it might be a clown show. Miley Cyrus' "Flowers" and Shakira's new hit "BZRP Music Session #53" are ultimate diss tracks and we can't get enough!
Dealing with hacked Instagram and Facebook accounts and tips for securing your own social media accounts with Bjork Ostrom. ----- Welcome to episode 392 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork explains how the Pinch of Yum Instagram account got hacked and eventually recovered. Pinch of Yum's Hacked Instagram Account Last month, Bjork and Lindsay went through something we all fear as content creators: they completely lost access to the Pinch of Yum Instagram account after Lindsay's Facebook account got hacked. Talk about a scary situation! They were eventually able to get the accounts recovered, but they went through a few very stressful days trying to get everything sorted out. In this episode, Bjork shares the entire story of how this happened, how they were able to recover the accounts, and what measures they're taking to prevent this from happening in the future. Last but not least, Bjork also provides some tips for how you can secure your own social media accounts to hopefully avoid a situation like this. In this episode, you'll learn: How Lindsay's Facebook and Instagram accounts got hacked How two-factor authentication works How they were able to get the accounts recovered Tips for securing your own social media accounts How phishing works Resources: Pinch of Yum Meta Authy Google Authenticator 1Password Connect with Bjork via email Join the Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group ----- This episode is sponsored by Clariti. Learn how you can organize your blog content for maximum growth by going to clariti.com/food. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership
OK I'm on a high that is the most grounded expansive present high I felt in a long ass time, maybe ever? I'm pretty sure words came out of our mouths for the past hour but it was so much more than a conversation, true embodied soulful present connection. My soul saw him and his soul saw me and it was profound. And don't worry, he's totally married and there is nothing sexual! There was something so softly divine and deeply resonant about sharing our vulnerable messy turbulent journeys with marriages and children and businesses... And how we've come to learn unconditional love, surrender and embodiment. Ken has this amazing 17 week complimentary course called Explore Divine Resonance. You can register now at www.kenwstone.com/allanapratt. Listen all the way to the end of our conversation when he speaks about a ship in terms of our mind, our heart and our hips, being'ness, presence. See if you feel it awakening in you! Yum. Enjoy! --------------------------------- p.s. Take our FREE Assessment. Our Intimacy Blindspot Assessment is a quick, simple yet effective assessment so you can discover how to have the sexual freedom, healthy communication, and deep connection you deserve - https://allanapratt.com/quiz Gentlemen - End the Fear of Rejection. Enjoy your "How To Be A Noble Badass" Complementary Training at www.GetHerToSayYes.com Ladies - Be irresistible. Feel sacred. Attract him now. Enjoy your "Vulnerability is the New Sexy" Complementary Training at http://allanapratt.com/vulnerability Featuring music by: 4 Chambers - written by Aeone / BMI Published by Angleterre Music /BMI
David Novak Leadership Podcast
I gotta make a little confession. Back when I was the CEO of Yum! Brands, my team and I would do what we called McDonald's Immersion Days. We just went into McDonald's restaurants for the whole day and observed all the smart things they were doing. Then we'd figure out how we could make those smart ideas work at KFC, Taco Bell, or Pizza Hut. That's just how much we admired McDonald's. These days, McDonald's is still at the top of their game – and I'm honored to have McDonald's President and CEO, Chris Kempczinski, joining me today. As you'll hear in this conversation, Chris leads in the real world. He's not the kind of guy who's just locked away in an office lost in data and paperwork and big-picture strategies. In fact, he believes that your strategies really don't count for much unless they're actually showing up in the day-to-day operation of your business. And when you listen to this conversation, you will learn a LOT about how to take a smart strategy and then actually make it memorable and easy for everyone to implement. So here is my conversation with my good friend – and soon to be yours – Chris Kempczinski.
What child stars do we want to see make a comeback? Alexis saw "The Banshee of Inisherin" and likes it more with time. And there's one thing about Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis" that was distracted her; Holly agrees. Perk made Italian wedding soup risotto. YUM! Universal Studios dropped a bunch of news -- Super Nintendo, a park for kids less than 10 and horror in Vegas!
This episode is unique in that we just made it up and are going for it. Join us in the buffet of the mind as we sip on hot coffee (until it gets cold) and wonder "What is a metaphor?" and "Who is a hot snack?". We discuss Pet Steves, ear smells and carnal acrobatics before saying "Yum" to the non-gaunt and haunted Tom Hanks. Hot ToddyHot Fudge RecipeSTIR-FRIED MINCED BEEF WITH CHILES AND BASILEpisode 4: Romantic FoodEpisode 160: Cheap BeerMatthew's Now but Wow - Spellling, “Boys at School” live on KEXPJakob Dylan Support Spilled Milk Podcast!Molly's SubstackListen to our spinoff show Dire DesiresJoin our reddit
FactSet U.S. Daily Market Preview
US futures are indicating a flat to slightly lower open after closing higher on Wednesday. European equity markets have opened in the positive territory. Asian markets finished mostly higher. Risk sentiment is steady ahead of key US CPI report today with markets positioned for a dovish outcome. There are expectations that the reading will be supportive of the Fed slowing its next rate hike to 25 bps.Companies Mentioned: T-Mobile US, YUM! Brands, Apple
Tune in via → visionrecordings.nl/radio Subscribe to our YouTube channel → youtube.com/visionrecs It's been a massive week with new releases! We're kicking off with the new Jon Casey edit of Yum, a little track called Rumble by Skrillex, Fred Again... & Flowdan, new music by Halogenix and much more..! Join us on Discord → discord.gg/visionrecordings Support via Patreon → patreon.com/visionrecordings Shop on our Webstore → http://store.visionrecordings.nl Listen to our Spotify playlist → sptfy.com/5nap Follow @VISIONrecordings Twitter: twitter.com/visionrecs Instagram: instagram.com/visionrecordings Facebook: facebook.com/VisionRecordings Spotify: play.spotify.com/user/visionrecordings Hamdi - Yum (Jon Casey Edit) • VISION Skrillex, Fred Again.. & Flowdan - Rumble • OWSLA Halogenix - Lost Friends • GEMINI GEMINI Black Barrel - Fabric (DLR Remix) • DISPATCH VISLA - Vandal • CRITICAL BINARY Fake Two Piece - CASH • INCURZION Sobersoul & Mxstakes - Ceremony • DATA Screamarts - So Surreal • DISPATCH Enei Feat. Jakes - Move In Silence • CRITICAL Fly - Deja Vu • ALPHA PUP HØST - Fidget • OBSOLETE MEDIUM
Bible Reading: Romans 3:23; James 2:8-13"Yum! Are you making chocolate cake?" Elijah asked when he arrived home from school. Mom nodded as she beat the mixture in a big yellow bowl. "Yes, I am. How was school today?""Good," said Elijah. "Except for Jordan. He came to church yesterday, and Mr. Allen shared some Bible verses with us that say everybody has sinned and nobody deserves to go to heaven. Jordan told me today he doesn't believe that. He says he hardly ever does anything wrong.""Your teacher is right," said Mom, picking up another egg and breaking it on the edge of the bowl. "That's what the Bible says.""Ugh!" cried Elijah, holding his nose and coughing. "What's that smell?""Oh no!" exclaimed Mom. "That last egg is rotten! I'll have to dump this and start over." She paused. "Or maybe you could offer it to your friend Jordan," she said with a smirk. "Ew! Why would Jordan want that?""Well, you could tell him the flour and sugar and butter were just fine, and so were all the eggs--except just that one."Elijah frowned. "But now the whole thing smells!""That one rotten egg messed up my whole cake," said Mom. "That's kind of like what happens when people try to get to heaven by being good. But since Jordan told you he hardly ever does anything wrong, he must do wrong things once in a while, right?" Elijah nodded. "Well, the Bible says if we obey every one of God's laws except one, we're still guilty." She held up the bowl with the cake mixture. "One bad egg spoiled this, and one sin spoils our chance to enter heaven.""Yeah," said Elijah. "And even Jordan knows he's not perfect.""No matter how good we think we are, we've all done at least one rotten thing," said Mom. "We're guilty before God and can't earn our way to heaven by anything we do ourselves.""That's why Jesus had to die for us, right?" said Elijah. Mom nodded. "Jesus took the punishment for our sin. When we trust Him to save us, He gives us His goodness so that we can share eternal life with Him." She wrinkled her nose. "Now, I've got to get rid of this mess!" -Tanya FerdinanduszHow About You?Do you think you're a good person and deserve to go to heaven? The Bible says even the best person still falls short of God's standard--perfect holiness. No one is able to keep God's whole law--we all do things that are selfish and wrong. And so everyone is guilty of sin. That's why all people need Jesus. He is perfect and holy because He is God, and He became human to die for our sins. Admit that you are a sinner and receive His gift of eternal life today. (To learn more, click the "Good News!" button in the right column of this page.)Today's Key Verse:If you obey all the Laws but one, you are as guilty as the one who has broken them all. (NLV) (James 2:10)Today's Key Thought:We all have sinned
Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast
As 2022 comes to a close, we compiled some of the year's learnings...from leaders. So sit back with your beverage of choice and enjoy. And give us a gift - leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts — hearing from YOU, our fellow Alums makes a big difference for our team as we reflect on the year. THANK YOU for the continued support of our podcast and our amazing guests... Suzy Deering: Ford Motor Company CMO Claire Elvers, Wayfair's Head of Global Brand Management & Insights Matthew McConaughey, Academy Award–winning actor and produce Nitin Gajria, Google's Managing Director for Sub-Saharan Africa Christine Fisher, Possip Co-Founder & COO Marissa Solis, National Football League (NFL) SVP of Global Brand & Consumer Marketing Tristan Walker, Walker & Co, CEO & Co-Founder Sharon Hall, Walmart's VP of Global Executive Recruiting Seaphes Miller, Founder & CEO of Fusion Integrated Solutions Andrew Tarvin & Raman Sehgal reflecting on 100+ episodes John Pepper & Qaisar Shareef on Understanding Ukraine & Russia Arianna Huffington, Thrive Global Founder & CEO Raj Rao, IBM's GM for Blockchain Ventures Malcolm Gladwell, Author & Journalist Dian Alyan: GiveLight Foundation Founder & CEO Kevin Hochman, Kentucky Fried Chicken, President, Yum! Brands Ikdeep Singh, Mars Petcare President, North America Qaisar Shareef, P&G's former head of Pakistan & Ukraine P&G Alumni Comedians: Greg Warren, Josh Sneed, Rajiv Satyal, Andrew Tarvin Mahzarin Banaji, Harvard Psychologist & ‘Blindspot' Author Mike Shangkuan, Lingoda CEO Gary Vaynerchuk (VaynerX) & Bracken Darrell (Logitech): Masters of Digital Disruption Aftab Pureval, Cincinnati Mayor Kevin Shapiro, Coty SVP of US Marketing Julie Eddleman, DoubleVerify's Global Chief Commercial Officer Jay Sethi: Diageo Beer Company CMO & SVP of Diageo Convenience Shelly McNamara: P&G's Chief Equality & Inclusion Officer Guy Raz, NPR Producer & Journalist Jakub Kocinski, Digital Safety & Trust (P&G, Google, TikTok, Meta) Poliana Sousa, Latin America's Coca-Cola™ Lead Vivek Sunder: Cuemath CEO Katie Couric, TV Journalist, Producer, & Author K Patrick Davis: Blue Buffalo VP & General Manager Ana Maria Henao, PepsiCo's VP of Global Marketing Excellence TEDx Talks with P&G Alums: Drew, Ida, & Rajiv John Pepper & Ursula Burns' (Xerox former CEO) on Race & Understanding Tom Asacker, P&G Trainer & Author David Youn, Master Lock, President Alonya Tkachenko, Nommi CEO & Co-founder Paul Polman, Unilever xCEO on “Net Positive” Kyle Schlegel, Weber's VP Americas Marketing & DTC Judy Okten: The Power of Disconnecting Edward Norton - Actor, Director, Activist, Entrepreneur (from P&G's “More Than Soap” Podcast) Jim Lafferty, Fine Hygienic Holding, CEO JOHN SMALE - John Pepper & David Taylor's reflections on John Smale Chip Bergh, Levi's CEO: Advocacy, Activism & John Smale Bob McDonald & Bob Gill's reflections on John Smale Janet Reid & Gordon Brunner's reflections on John Smale A.G. Lafley & Charlotte Otto's reflections on John Smale Oya Canbas, Bayer Global Brand Director Vahe Ayvazian, Abbott Divisional Vice President of Marketing & Core Diagnostics Sudha Ranganathan, LinkedIn's Director of Product Marketing David Taylor, P&G's Former CEO & Chairman
David Novak Leadership Podcast
Welcome back to 3 More Questions, an episode series where we continue the conversation that we started last week with our featured guest. On this episode, we're talking about our interview with David Gibbs, the CEO of Yum! Brands, to learn even more about how to flip the script and move forward in tough situations. If you want a simple plan to improve as a leader, you can get one here for free — https://howleaderslead.com/plan
A couple months ago, we started getting messages from listeners telling us: you gotta watch this video. It's a thirty minute YouTube video from a creator named Brian David Gilbert, and it's probably the best video about health insurance we've ever seen. Brian David Gilbert is best known for his highly-detailed, hilarious videos for Polygon, a media company about video games. But when he left that job to strike out on his own, he needed new health insurance. We talked with him about how that experience turned into one of the most difficult videos he's ever made — and this is a guy whose old job had him tracing things like Zelda storylines across decades-long franchises. You can watch the full video here. Other delightful BDG creations discussed in this episode:The two-minute video that launched his career.His 15-minute dive into the Legend of ZeldaA cooking demo: “Welcome to my weird ice creams.” Yum.Special thanks to Wil Williams, Sarah Ballema, Josh Rubino, and Bea Bosco for adding their voices to this episode!AND: We'd love for you to support this show. Now is a great time to do it. This month, every dollar you donate is DOUBLED, thanks to NewsMatch and the Institute for Nonprofit News. Holy cow, what a deal. Here, go for it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.