In This Episode, We spoke with Tiffany Dawson who is an ex-mechanical engineer turned career coach for women in STEM. She teaches step-by-step frameworks to become confident, strategy-savvy and influential leaders with ease and grace. Having worked at global engineering consultancies across Austral
There is a reason and a purpose that you started your business.But then all the business stuff happens and you realize that you’ve become,your marketer, your accountant, your maintenance crew, your social media team,your photographer.You’ve basically become everything in your business. And when you’
Theme of the week:Developer-led business growth Today's Under the Hood of Developer Marketing podcast episode is called “Developer-led business growth". It's part of our MasterTips series, where we share with you tips and best practices from leading professionals.This time around, we brought togethe
For the past 14 years, Calista and its founder stylist Maria McCool (an experienced and talented on-air personality), have been mainstays on the flagship shopping channel QVC, selling millions of hair products and tools that help women feel beautiful, strong, and most importantly, like their best se
Dan Hiett is an insurance professional and an expert in the Group Health insurance industry with extensive knowledge and expertise in Health Care Reform, Flexible Spending Accounts HAS, and Self-funded.
He is also this week’s guest!
Dan shares with us how he as managed and grown multiple businesses
This week on Behind the Buffer, Dann sits down with detailing duo Paige & Ray from Stick To The Details. This awesome husband and wife team absolutely crush it in the detail game and have some of the best social media presence out there. Find out about their journey this week on Behind The Buffer! F
Self-awareness as an individual attribute provides the context to better understand others and to find common ground. But what about self-awareness of entire generations?
Are those born before the...
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There are 15 public holidays a year in Japan plus some accepted company holidays as well. However there are other factors which impact work capability in Japan, that we need to be aware of and adjust our expectations accordingly. A boss grasp of these sensitivities will be well noted and much appr
Is green energy a luxury good? Luxury goods are defined by their exclusivity and price, and it appears as though Solar fits the bill. Only the rich can afford it. Until it becomes plentiful and affordable, green energy will have a long road to full adoption. Duration: 10m 38s
In this episode, “Mosques are Closing, while the Church is Growing!”, brother Pedro tells us how mosques are closing because whole villages are coming to Christ. Muslim leaders are selling their mosques to new believers in Jesus. If you want to see the power of God and what he is doing in this seaso
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Jessie from Metalhead Money.
Although by normal standards she has a full-time job and performs music on the side, She is a full-time artist (this will make sense throughout the episode).
Jessie will share her money lessons from her many years of exper
Where do we go from here? Today we dive into how to address the harm that comes from facial recognition technology, by asking lots of different experts from our past episodes. They talk about current regulations and systems of power surrounding the technology.Subscribe for episodes every other Thurs
Coach MarJean Christiansen helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses using Facebook. She teaches how to follow Facebook Guidelines and stay out of Facebook Jail. As a prospecting genius, Coach MarJean has training on how to get free leads organically and develop relationships with strangers who nee
TEC120: Every few months a new photo alteration app goes viral followed by dire warnings about it. Dom, Fr. Cory, and Joanne discuss how you can use such apps safely and ways to balance security and privacy vs. convenience and utility.
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We all know exactly what it's like to not have the desire to do what it is we need to do...Where all we feel in the moment is the pain...The pain of little or no sales... little or no growth... little or no followers... little or no wins...And the feeling that really... maybe it would just be e
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Our guest on the show today will describe how inviting the Word of God into her life has transformed her to lead a fulfilling life of happiness and abundance. With emphasis on Mary and the saints, Julie Carrick wrote her inspiring book Unfailing Grace to reveal the importance of living under God’s g
The best way to market your movement is to follow a strategy that builds empathy and connection. Follow the Listen framework to be authentic and true to who you are when sharing your marketing messages. Grab your copy today
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Are you blindsided when things break down, problems happen, or conflict occurs? Great leaders anticipate these breakdowns and know that it's a matter of when - not if- they'll happen. Lead your team by equipping them with the skills to overcome these setbacks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Often the conversation of an acquisition comes from the owners. But this time around Laura shares her experiences and insights during what can be viewed as both an exciting and challenging time.
COPPA, Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, is meant to regulate applications and services directly targeted to children. This episode talks about the details of what COPPA states and a research report that showed 1 in 5 kid's apps in the Google Play store are not meeting COPPA requirements. So
Five different french audio startups explain what their companies’ missions are as they’re interviewed at the Vivatech 2021 mega-conference in Paris, France.One french company that stood out was Cogneed, which focuses on the power of AI specifically when it comes to Inside Sales, Customer Care & Sal
Editor's note: No video this week due to me breaking my foot and my studio not being super accessible. More on that later.The big news in podcasting this week was the launch of Facebook's new podcasting feature. Problem is, it's only available in the US, and by invite only. So to learn more about