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Career Chinwags for the 21st Century with Catherine Cunningham Top Tips to Survive the Corona Virus Crisis

Managing your career has become a lot more difficult and complicated. Pre Covd-19, if you didn’t like your job, you just left. And what about trying to get a new job when you’re competing against so many others?

In Episode 1 of the Managing your Career in the Corona Virus Season, Catherine covers 2 critical areas. First, she will outline how to revive your love affair with your current job, if you’re decidedly over it. Then, she talks to you about exactly WHICH ducks you need to get in a row to win that next job.
The Classy Career Girl Podcast Learn how to become happy, successful and balanced with class, skill and style. In this podcast, you’ll find tips, strategies and stories to help you find a job or business you love that supports the life you really want.

Hosted by Anna Runyan, mom of 3 and founder and CEO of Classy Career Girl, one of Forbes most influential career sites. Anna created this podcast in 2014 because she was a new mom and very unhappy with her work. She had a bunch of debt, but she couldn’t just quit her day job because she had to provide for her family.

On this podcast, you’ll learn how Anna quit her stressful day job and transitioned into work she loved (with a baby on her lap) and how you can do it too! Listen in and create your action plan! Let’s begin today’s class with Classy Career Girl!
Ask a House Cleaner Ask a House Cleaner is a daily show where you get to ask your house cleaning questions and we provide answers.
Learn how to clean, how to declutter, and how to create a space to live in that makes your heart sing.
Our host, Angela Brown, a professional house cleaner for 25 years, ran and managed one of the largest independently owned cleaning companies in the Southeast United States. She is the CEO and founder of Savvy Cleaner Training for House Cleaners and Maids.
Portfolio Career Podcast Are you struggling to create a career and life vision that you love? Portfolio Career Podcast is here to provide proven success stories, actionable tips, and key skills to do this for you. David Nebinski talks with people who have designed their Portfolio Career that allows for growth, resiliency, and happiness. Tune in to build and grow your Portfolio Career. Let's have some fun!
The Recruitment Mentors Podcast My name is Hishem Azzouz and welcome to the Recruitment Mentors Podcast.

You can join me every Monday and Thursday, where I will be joined by either a successful biller or a recruitment entrepreneur from around the world.

It's my job to deconstruct how they have accelerated their recruitment career and remained at the top of their game by uncovering their daily habits, mindset, approach to leadership, and much much more.

The best place to connect with me and to get your questions answered on the show is Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/
The Babyproof Your Career Podcast Welcome to the Caroline Flanagan Podcast

A podcast for Lawyers with Imposter Syndrome who want to stop sabotaging their success and start progressing their career

I’m Caroline Flanagan – the Coach for lawyers with Imposter Syndrome.

With 9 years experience as an international finance lawyer, I know exactly what it’s like to work in a high pressure environment.

I understand the fear and anxiety brought on by Imposter Syndrome, that leads you to overthink, overwork, self sabotage and play small

That’s why each week I bring you the unique process and tools I used to solve my Imposter Syndrome so that I could get out of my own way and fulfil my potential.

I don't rely on tricks and confidence quick fixes whose effects don’t last. I give you a proven process, the practical tools and I teach you the skills in a way that means you don’t just progress your career, you progress who you are.
Radical Candor A show about how to kick ass at work without losing your humanity by practicing the principles of Radical Candor. Host Amy Sandler leads discussions with Radical Candor co-founders Kim Scott and Jason Rosoff about what it means to be Radically Candid, why it’s hard and why it’s worth it. Tune in to get actionable tips for doing the best work of your life and building the best relationships of your career.
Career Crashers A daily dose of ass-kicking for those on the job hunt or interested in advancing their careers. Subscribe to the daily email version and get access to additional tools and resources for job hunters at https://careerhackers.com
Next Level Leaders with Dr. Joseph Walker, III Next Level Leaders, hosted by Dr. Joseph Walker III, lead pastor Mt. Zion Nashville, provides useful and insightful resources to help leaders RISE (Reimagine, Invest, Succeed, and Elevate). Each episode addresses the intersect between Christianity and the marketplace through conversations with successful leaders. Listeners will be mentored, inspired, and challenged to succeed at the next level. Tune in and start moving from vision to reality!
MONEY FM 89.3 – Weekend Mornings Start your weekend right with Glenn van Zutphen and his interesting mix of guests from 9am to 12noon. Be informed and entertained with news commentary with international journalists and interesting places to visit in Singapore with award-winning author Neil Humphreys’ Beautiful Places.

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You Can Achieve Financial Success AND Career Happiness Sue Bevan Baggott was educated as an engineer and was an executive with Proctor & Gamble for 19 years. Though she has an analytical approach to business, she learned how to read people through her experience as a child and employs an empathic leadership style today. In her coaching business, Power Within Consulting, LLC, she tells her clients that it is possible to enjoy financial success and find happiness in our careers. With clients she starts with the question, “what life experience do you want and how does your career enable that”? We discuss the challenges women have had being represented equally in angel investing and on corporate boards. Other topics include experiencing burnout and the changing expectations of companies by the millennial generation. Listen in for a wonderful episode on LeadingShe!https://www.linkedin.com/in/suebaggott1/http://powerwithinconsulting.com/LeadingShe.comInstagram.com/LeadingSheFacebook.com/LeadingShehttps://www.linkedin.com/company/leadingshe/
 
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240 | The #1 thing that’ll elevate the quality of your communication When your communication is high quality, people assume your work is high-quality, too.
 
This is why communication skills are often MORE important than your actual execution (crazy, I know, but it’s true).
 
Luckily, communicating effectively is something you can learn to do.  In this week’s episode, I’m walking you through the #1 most important thing that’ll elevate the quality of your communication.
 
I want you speaking in a way that gets you noticed, respected, and promoted upwards – so let’s dive in.  
 
Enjoy!



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THE WIRE: Don’t be an ‘okay’ agent, be a ‘great’ agent Renae Dickey believes that in order to pave the way for a gender-equal era in the real estate space, the industry needs to put more women in rooms where leadership decisions are made. The sales agent at BresicWhitney sits down with Grace Ormsby and Sadhana Smiles to share how her firsthand experience as a property buyer convinced her to make a detour from ballet teaching towards a career path in the real estate sector. Renae discusses the challenges she faced when she entered the industry, explains why agents should view property transactions as an “intimate” interaction rather than a business deal, and why it’s time for the industry to break away from its traditional views when it comes to recruitment.  In this episode, you will hear:  What is the difference between an “okay agent” and a “great agent”  Why there is a need for increased female representation in the industry The importance of growing at your own pace Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing to us now on Apple Podcasts. Did you like this episode? Show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (REB Podcast Network) and by liking and following Real Estate Business on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you’d like to lend a voice to the show, email [email protected] for more insights.
Why this agent’s move was ‘like coming home’ Having moved into the chief executive role at Kay & Burton earlier this year, Nathan Jones sits down with host Grace Ormsby on this episode of Secrets of the Top 100 Agents to discuss his first few months of “getting his hands dirty” in his new role. In paying homage to the past and embracing the future, Nathan explains why the move felt like a homecoming and touches on the challenges and priorities of his new role before revealing the short and medium-term goals of Kay & Burton. In this episode, you will also hear: Why it’s important to search for challenges when things become “stale” Do market climates impact business decision making? Why having imprint is key Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing to us now on Apple Podcasts. Did you like this episode? Show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (REB Podcast Network) and by liking and following Real Estate Business on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you’d like to lend a voice to the show, email [email protected] for more insights.
THE WIRE: Adaptability as the new competitive edge To have a competitive edge in the ever-changing business landscape, Suzie Hamilton-Flanagan urged leaders to adopt a culture of adaptability — one that focuses on flexibility and openness to change. The founder and director of PM Recruit & Temp Solutions sits down with Grace Ormsby and Sadhana Smiles to share how after exploring various career paths, she discovered that real estate was where her passion truly lies. Suzie also unpacks why businesses and agents who can adapt to the “ebb and flow” of new technologies, customer needs, and market trends are more likely to succeed over the long term and explains how the ongoing talent war in the industry can be won without compromising a business’s operations, culture or profits.  In this episode, you will hear:  How to prevent burnout with sustainable adaptability The role technology plays in keeping a business agile Why business leaders and agents need to have a built-to-adapt mindset Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing to us now on Apple Podcasts. Did you like this episode? Show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (REB Podcast Network) and by liking and following Real Estate Business on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you’d like to lend a voice to the show, email [email protected] for more insights.
Breaking down the biggest news with team REB Grace Ormsby, Juliet Helmke and Kyle Robbins talk tax, data hacks, and a move across the Tasman in the latest episode of Secrets of the Top 100 Agents. The editorial team unpacks the biggest stories of the past week and what the real-world ramifications will be for the sector — covering everything from strategic plays by industry giants to cyber security concerns that will become an even greater risk in the coming years. Tune in now! Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing to us now on Apple Podcasts. Did you like this episode? Show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (REB Podcast Network) and by liking and following Real Estate Business on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you’d like to lend a voice to the show, email [email protected] for more insights.
REB Business Empowerment Showcase: The perks of a rent roll performance check In this episode of the REB Business Empowerment Showcase, host Grace Ormsby is joined by Tony Blamey, the chief revenue officer at :Different. The duo unpacks the myriad of challenges facing property managers and business owners but highlights that there are still plenty of opportunities for savvy operators to not only win new business, but retain their current customers and gain further market share over their competitors before Tony stresses the importance of regular performance checks in the property management division. Tune in to find out: –          Does the “perfect” rent roll exist? –          What a rent roll performance check requires –          How business owners can gear up for growth You can learn more about :Different and their rent roll checks here.
Strength-based team work makes the business dream work Want to build a winning team? For Michelle Stephens, the secret to success lies in seeing someone else’s strengths as a complement to your weaknesses. The sales agent from Obrien Real Estate Carrum Downs, who was also named REB’s #7 Dealmaker in 2022, sits down with Grace Ormbsy to unpack how the real estate market has settled into a “new normal” after navigating through the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic. Acknowledging that “no one is good at everything,” Michelle highlights the importance of identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each team member to cultivate a cohesive and complementary work dynamic, which can ultimately position a business for success. In this episode, you will also hear:  Why it’s important to take short breaks  How elevating the customer experience can drive business growth The benefits of leveraging your team’s strengths

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33 Tangents – Episode #253 – Does Your Agency Have Your Best Interests In Mind? One of the expectations when bringing in a digital analytics agency to help, is that they will have your best interests in mind.  Our success is their success, right?  That isn’t always the case.
 
Why wouldn’t an agency have their client’s best interests in mind?  What other interests could there be?  Could there be conflicting interest?
 
On this week’s episode of the 33 Tangents Podcast, Jim and Jason discuss the multiple interests an agency could have and how to determine if they are shared with you.
 
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– Richard Branson
 
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33 Tangents – Episode #254 – Are You Putting Your Client In A Better Place Or Are You Just Checking Items Off A List? “By putting the employee first, the customer effectively comes first by default, and in the end, the shareholder comes first by default as well.”
– Richard Branson
 
Have you ever been part of a project or initiative and after it is over, you feel as though things are not improved or in a better condition?  This can happen when a vendor’s focus is solely on the tasks that need to be done and losing site of the bigger picture.
 
What is that bigger picture?  If all of the tasks are done, shouldn’t that mean the bigger picture was taken into account and things should be in a better place?  How can you ensure your team keeps their eyes on both the tactical and the strategic?
 
On this week’s episode of the 33 Tangents podcast, Jim and Jason discuss their experiences with being involved with projects that were deemed a success yet feeling as though no progress was made, including the things they’ve learned to ensure that doesn’t happen.
 
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33 Tangents – Episode #255 – What Do You Do When Your Organization Always Thinks The Next Piece Of Technology Will Solve All Of The Problems? Note: We encountered some recording issues in the early parts of this episode and recovered the audio that we could.
 
While every organization deals with this issue to one degree or another, there are those where it is really bad.  It can take the form of “we just need to implement this new project management software and all of our project delivery issues will be solved”.  It can also be seen with “we just need to upgrade to the premium package from our digital analytics vendor and we won’t have to worry about these data issues anymore”.
 
What is it like to work in an organization that thinks the next vendor, tool, or technology will solve all of it’s ills?  What causes a company to fall into this trap?  How can they get out of it?  What is the end result of this mindset?
 
On this episode of the 33 Tangents podcast, Jason and Jim discuss what happens to organizations when they view the next “thing” as the savior for all of their ills.
 
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How To 10x Your Network With An "Engagement Plan" | Ep #371 Austin shares how you can 10x your networking by using his “Engagement Plan”!Time Stamped Show Notes:[0:30] – Engagement Plans help build great relationships[2:01] – Create an Engagement Plan for every contact[4:17] – The layers of your Engagement Plan[6:03] – Make it a daily routineAsk Austin Anything (And Have Him Answer Live On The Podcast!)Click here to submit your question.Want To Level Up Your Job Search?Click here to learn more about 1:1 career coaching to help you land your dream job without applying online.Check out Austin’s courses and, as a thank you for listening to the show, use the code PODCAST to get 5% off any digital course:The Interview Preparation System – Austin’s proven, all-in-one process for turning your next job interview into a job offer.Value Validation Project Starter Kit – Everything you need to create a job-winning VVP that will blow hiring managers away and set you apart from the competition.No Experience, No Problem – Austin’s proven framework for building the skills and experience you need to break into a new industry (even if you have *zero* experience right now).Try Austin’s Job Search ToolsResyBuild.io – Build a beautiful, job-winning resume in minutes.ResyMatch.io – Score your resume vs. your target job description and get feedback.ResyBullet.io – Learn how to write attention grabbing resume bullets.Mailscoop.io – Find anyone’s professional email in seconds.Connect with Austin for daily job search content:Cultivated CultureLinkedInTwitterThanks for listening!
How To Eliminate 90% Of Meetings (& Get 20+ Hours Back) | Ep #372 Austin shares how you can eliminate 90% of your meetings and win back 20+ hours every week!Time Stamped Show Notes:[0:30] – Too good to be true?[1:09] – Meetings are killing your focus[3:10] – Create “Deep Work Zones” & Set expectations[6:09] – Expand your “Deep Work” & Offer alternatives[9:26] – Offer a short meeting as a last resultAsk Austin Anything (And Have Him Answer Live On The Podcast!)Click here to submit your question.Want To Level Up Your Job Search?Click here to learn more about 1:1 career coaching to help you land your dream job without applying online.Check out Austin’s courses and, as a thank you for listening to the show, use the code PODCAST to get 5% off any digital course:The Interview Preparation System – Austin’s proven, all-in-one process for turning your next job interview into a job offer.Value Validation Project Starter Kit – Everything you need to create a job-winning VVP that will blow hiring managers away and set you apart from the competition.No Experience, No Problem – Austin’s proven framework for building the skills and experience you need to break into a new industry (even if you have *zero* experience right now).Try Austin’s Job Search ToolsResyBuild.io – Build a beautiful, job-winning resume in minutes.ResyMatch.io – Score your resume vs. your target job description and get feedback.ResyBullet.io – Learn how to write attention grabbing resume bullets.Mailscoop.io – Find anyone’s professional email in seconds.Connect with Austin for daily job search content:Cultivated CultureLinkedInTwitterThanks for listening!
7 Networking Tips Anyone Can Use To Meet VIPs | Ep #373 Austin shares 7 networking tips that are so effective, they will help you get in with any CEO, founder, or VIP that you want to connect with!Time Stamped Show Notes:[0:30] – Networking is important but hard![1:30] – Advice recognition & The advice triangle[4:18] – Engage with their content & Ask to interview them[6:33] – Set up a speaking engagement & Recognize them for a career change[8:15] – Make a helpful introductionAsk Austin Anything (And Have Him Answer Live On The Podcast!)Click here to submit your question.Want To Level Up Your Job Search?Click here to learn more about 1:1 career coaching to help you land your dream job without applying online.Check out Austin’s courses and, as a thank you for listening to the show, use the code PODCAST to get 5% off any digital course:The Interview Preparation System – Austin’s proven, all-in-one process for turning your next job interview into a job offer.Value Validation Project Starter Kit – Everything you need to create a job-winning VVP that will blow hiring managers away and set you apart from the competition.No Experience, No Problem – Austin’s proven framework for building the skills and experience you need to break into a new industry (even if you have *zero* experience right now).Try Austin’s Job Search ToolsResyBuild.io – Build a beautiful, job-winning resume in minutes.ResyMatch.io – Score your resume vs. your target job description and get feedback.ResyBullet.io – Learn how to write attention grabbing resume bullets.Mailscoop.io – Find anyone’s professional email in seconds.Connect with Austin for daily job search content:Cultivated CultureLinkedInTwitterThanks for listening!
#326 How to develop the 5 skills to succeed in a squiggly career This week, Helen and Sarah talk through the skills from their bestselling book The Squiggly Career. They share what they are, why they matter and ideas for action to invest in them. Whether you have read the book or not, this is a useful podcast to listen to if you want to take control of your career development and achieve more in your squiggly career.More ways to learn about Squiggly Careers:1. Download our Squiggly Careers PodBook: https://rb.gy/orb0n5 2. Sign-up for PodMail, a weekly summary of the latest squiggly career tools https://rb.gy/2xyo8i3. Read our books 'The Squiggly Career' and 'You Coach You' https://www.amazingif.com/books/If you have any questions or feedback (which we love!) you can email us at [email protected] Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#327 How to quieten your inner critic Our inner critic is the negative voice in our head that makes us feel smaller or 'less than' in situations at work. It's a common way people hold themselves back. This week, Helen and Sarah talk about how you can quieten your inner critic so it doesn't get in the way of your career growth and share practical ideas you can put into action.More ways to learn about Squiggly Careers:1. Download our Squiggly Careers PodBook: https://rb.gy/orb0n5 2. Sign-up for PodMail, a weekly summary of the latest squiggly career tools https://rb.gy/2xyo8i3. Read our books 'The Squiggly Career' and 'You Coach You' https://www.amazingif.com/books/If you have any questions or feedback (which we love!) you can email us at [email protected] Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Advice For Overcoming Self-Doubt Welcome back to The Deep Talk! Today we are talking about overcoming self-doubt. Feelings of insecurity and struggling with self-esteem…well, we all experience it. I've learned a lot, especially as of late, about what it means to feel confident in your own skin, to challenge negative voices and to live joyfully as YOU.   What we talk about today:  Why self-doubt may be self-sabotage Kicking comparison and getting on your own path Reflecting about WHY you have self-doubts and your root NEEDS  Giving yourself new experiences to embody new beliefs How and when to shift expectations to better serve you Being around positive people, healthy reassurance & finding your believers Doing things you are proud of/accomplishments to boost self-esteem Practicing self-compassion AND SO MUCH MORE! If you liked this episode, share on your IG story and tag me @wellnessmads. I’d love to hear what you learned!  And, don’t forget to hit that follow button so you never miss a future episode, and leave a review so I can reach more listeners just like you who are looking to connect deeper with themselves, cultivate authentic relationships, align their careers to their passions and overall, build a big, beautiful life.  CONNECT WITH MADISON: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wellnessmads/ Website: https://madisonbrandt.com
Nervous System Health: Emotional & Physical Healing with Lexy Florentina Welcome back to The Deep Talk! In this episode, I’m joined by Lexy Florentina — a Trauma Trained Somatic Practitioner helping people reconnect to their body as a resource for healing physically, emotionally and mentally. We talk all about the NERVOUS SYSTEM today and why it is a VITAL part behind mental + emotional health. Truly. More of us need to know this stuff!!! In this episode, we'll talk about: Lexy's story of healing chronic pain through the nervous system All about the nervous system: autonomic: parasympathetic & sympathetic & the vagus nerve Fight or flight, freeze, & fawn states A simple somatic practice called orienting to come back to the present Listening to your body's information & coping with big emotions Cultivating a language with our body Doing less, and being more AND SO MUCH MORE!  If you liked this episode, share on your IG story and tag me @wellnessmads. I’d love to hear what you learned!  And, don’t forget to hit that follow button so you never miss a future episode, and leave a review so I can reach more listeners just like you who are looking to connect deeper with themselves, cultivate authentic relationships, align their careers to their passions and overall, build a big, beautiful life.  CONNECT WITH MADISON: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wellnessmads/ Website: https://madisonbrandt.com/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@madison.brandt CONNECT WITH LEXY Website: https://lexyflorentina.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lexyflorentina
Should Service Managers Drive The Shuttle? | SDR #237 As the title suggest, this week’s episode of SDR focuses on service managers stepping in to do things that aren’t in their job description. It’s a topic we’ve seen discussed on social media a few times now, so we thought we’d weigh in. As Christian says in our chat: “a service manager stepping in to drive the shuttle when there’s literally nobody else available could be a nice symbolic gesture.” But when we hear about this kind of development happening in a dealership, we take it as a warning sign Join the Leaders’ Syndicate Facebook group today – http://bit.ly/3X5qXDo Special Discount on Our OnDemand Training – https://bit.ly/Ondemand-Special-offer Join the Leaders’ Syndicate Facebook group today – https://bit.ly/3X5qXDo Schedule a 15-minute intro call with our team to find out how Chris Collins Signature Coaching can grow your bottom line.  http://bit.ly/CCIschedule Got a question? Call us at 1-833-3-ASK-SDR Grab our best selling books for your team: Your 90-Day roadmap to your best Fixed-Ops month ever starts here: http://bit.ly/ISM_yt Millionaire Service Advisor also includes our 11-step Circle of Trust System: http://bit.ly/MSA_yt Join our Facebook Groups: For Fixed Ops — http://bit.ly/YTfixedopsgroup For Independent Shop Owners — http://bit.ly/YTRSOSgroup
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Creating systems & using automation to run your home inspection business – Scott Knudson Episode #105 – This was a fun conversation with Scott because he not only was one of Spectora's first clients, he has grown a multi-inspector company, and now started his own SaaS business, Hoopla CRM.
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In on the Secret If you're going to reject conventional thinking and instead trust your intuition, you'll find yourself sharing tons of ideas with others. But this can feel scary, like our ideas are secrets we'd prefer to keep inside. And when someone shoots them down, we assume they just don't "get it."But what if the point of sharing our ideas is NOT to get the approval of others?Today, we go outside our echo chamber with Unthinkable contributor Andrew Littlefield to hear the story of an unusual art project in Brooklyn. Then, we talk to internet legend and creator of PostSecret.com, Frank Warren, to hear the story of his epic project. KEEP MAKING WHAT MATTERS:1. Get a new story/framework from Jay every other week for making things that matter more to you and others: jayacunzo.com/newsletter2. Join the Creator Kitchen, a membership program for professional communicators to achieve their creative potential.Go inside the making of Unthinkable and all Jay's projects, immerse yourself in the work of inspiring creators, get personalized feedback from Jay, and join live sessions to do better work, more consistently and confidently.creatorkitchen.com(Use code UNTHINKABLE for $100 off membership.)***PRODUCTION CREDITS:- Creator, host, writer, editor, sound design: Jay Acunzo- Producer and researcher: Ilana Nevins
Adrianne Marshack Orange County, California Superior Court Judge Adrianne Marshack joins host MC Sungaila to discuss her career trajectory from teaching to BigLaw to the bench, and explain how she handles her current assignment in family law by expanding her legal expertise and making sure that those going through turbulent family law proceedings are treated with dignity and respect. She also explains the importance of being flexible, listening to your intuition, and getting advice from trustworthy mentors in navigating your career.
PLAC Women's Forum Live Panel Discussion A live Women's History Month podcast panel with the Product Liability Advisory Council (PLAC) Women's Forum held at Hyundai Motor America Headquarters features Orange County Superior Court Presiding Judge Maria Hernandez, Orange County Supervisor Katrina Foley, Jennifer Keller of Keller Anderle, General Counsel of Origence Erin Wilson, and Trellis Legal Research Co-Founder Nicole Clark. Moderated by host M.C. Sungaila, this episode features an engaging conversation among the panelists about overcoming professional obstacles to lead on the bench, at trial, in elected office, in the general counsel's office, and as a start-up founder.
Heidi Zuckerman Heidi Zuckerman, a globally recognized leader in contemporary art, is the CEO and Director of OCMA/The Orange County Museum of Art, the creator and host of the podcast Conversations About Art, and the author of numerous books, including the Conversations with Artists book series. Heidi sits down with host M.C. Sungaila to discuss her career path and share tips that will help women lawyers thrive in their careers as well. She also shares leadership lessons and shares thoughts on team building and creating a community.
Elissa F. Cadish Justice Elissa F. Cadish, a member of the first-ever female majority on the Nevada Supreme Court, shares her path to the bench, including a federal judicial clerkship that brought her to the state, private practice, appointment to the state trial court bench, and a nomination to the federal district court bench.
Hacking Old Hardware and Developer Advocate Presentations with Darko Mesaroš Darko Mesaroš, Senior Developer Advocate at AWS, joins Corey on Screaming in the Cloud to discuss all the weird and wonderful things that can be done with old hardware, as well as the necessary skills for being a successful Developer Advocate. Darko walks through how he managed to deploy Kubernetes on a computer from 1986, as well as the trade-offs we’ve made in computer technology as hardware has progressed. Corey and Darko also explore the forgotten art of optimizing when you’re developing, and how it can help to cut costs. Darko also shares what he feels is the key skill every Developer Advocate needs to have, and walks through how he has structured his presentations to ensure he is captivating and delivering value to his audience.About DarkoDarko is a Senior Developer Advocate based in Seattle, WA. His goal is to share his passion and technological know-how with Engineers, Developers, Builders, and tech enthusiasts across the world. If it can be automated, Darko will definitely try to do so. Most of his focus is towards DevOps and Management Tools, where automation, pipelines, and efficient developer tools is the name of the game – click less and code more so you do not repeat yourself ! Darko also collects a lot of old technology and tries to make it do what it should not. Like deploy AWS infrastructure through a Commodore 64.Links Referenced:
AWS: https://aws.amazon.com/

Blog post RE deploying Kubernetes on a TRS-80: https://www.buildon.aws/posts/i-deployed-kubernetes-with-a-1986-tandy-102-portable-computer

AWS Twitch: https://twitch.tv/aws

Twitter: https://twitter.com/darkosubotica

Mastodon: https://hachyderm.io/@darkosubotica

TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Chronosphere. When it costs more money and time to observe your environment than it does to build it, there’s a problem. With Chronosphere, you can shape and transform observability data based on need, context and utility. Learn how to only store the useful data you need to see in order to reduce costs and improve performance at chronosphere.io/corey-quinn. That’s chronosphere.io/corey-quinn. And my thanks to them for sponsor ing my ridiculous nonsense. Corey: Do you wish your developers had less permanent access to AWS? Has the complexity of Amazon's reference architecture for temporary elevated access caused you to sob uncontrollably? With Sym, you can protect your cloud infrastructure with customizable, just-in-time access workflows that can be setup in minutes. By automating the access request lifecycle, Sym helps you reduce the scope of default access while keeping your developers moving quickly. Say goodbye to your cloud access woes with Sym. Go to symops.com/corey to learn more. That’s S-Y-M-O-P-S.com/coreyCorey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I’m Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and my guest today is almost as bizarre as I am, in a somewhat similar direction. Darko Mesaroš is a Senior Developer Advocate at AWS. And instead of following my path of inappropriately using things as databases that weren’t designed to be used that way, he instead uses the latest of technology with the earliest of computers. Darko, thank you for joining me.Darko: Thank you so much, Corey. First of all, you know, you tell me, Darko is a senior developer advocate. No, Corey. I’m a system administrator by heart. I happen to be a developer advocate these days, but I was born in the cold, cold racks of a data center. I maintain systems, I’ve installed packages on Linux systems. I even set up Solaris Zones a long time ago. So yeah, but I happen to yell into the camera these days, [laugh] so thank you for having me here.Corey: No, no, it goes well. You started my career as a sysadmin. And honestly, my opinion, if you asked me—which no one does, but I share it anyway—is that the difference
Fixing What’s Broken in Monitoring and Observability with Jean Yang Jean Yang, CEO of Akita Software, joins Corey on Screaming in the Cloud to discuss how she went from academia to tech founder, and what her company is doing to improve monitoring and observability. Jean explains why Akita is different from other observability & monitoring solutions, and how it bridges the gap from what people know they should be doing and what they actually do in practice. Corey and Jean explore why the monitoring and observability space has been so broken, and why it’s important for people to see monitoring as a chore and not a hobby. Jean also reveals how she took a leap from being an academic professor to founding a tech start-up. About JeanJean Yang is the founder and CEO of Akita Software, providing the fastest time-to-value for API monitoring. Jean was previously a tenure-track professor in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.Links Referenced:
Akita Software: https://www.akitasoftware.com/

Aki the dog chatbot: https://www.akitasoftware.com/blog-posts/we-built-an-exceedingly-polite-ai-dog-that-answers-questions-about-your-apis

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeanqasaur

TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I’m Corey Quinn. My guest today is someone whose company has… well, let’s just say that it has piqued my interest. Jean Yang is the CEO of Akita Software and not only is it named after a breed of dog, which frankly, Amazon service namers could take a lot of lessons from, but it also tends to approach observability slash monitoring from a perspective of solving the problem rather than preaching a new orthodoxy. Jean, thank you for joining me.Jean: Thank you for having me. Very excited.Corey: In the world that we tend to operate in, there are so many different observability tools, and as best I can determine observability is hipster monitoring. Well, if we call it monitoring, we can’t charge you quite as much money for it. And whenever you go into any environment of significant scale, we pretty quickly discover that, “What monitoring tool are you using?” The answer is, “Here are the 15 that we use.” Then you talk to other monitoring and observability companies and ask them which ones of those they’ve replace, and the answer becomes, “We’re number 16.” Which is less compelling of a pitch than you might expect. What does Akita do? Where do you folks start and stop?Jean: We want to be—at Akita—your first stop for monitoring and we want to be all of the monitoring, you need up to a certain level. And here’s the motivation. So, we’ve talked with hundreds, if not thousands, of software teams over the last few years and what we found is there is such a gap between best practice, what people think everybody else is doing, what people are talking about at conferences, and what’s actually happening in software teams. And so, what software teams have told me over and over again, is, hey, we either don’t actually use very many tools at all, or we use 15 tools in name, but it’s you know, one [laugh] one person on the team set this one up, it’s monitoring one of our endpoints, we don’t even know which one sometimes. Who knows what the thresholds are really supposed to be. We got too many alerts one day, we turned it off.But there’s very much a gap between what people are saying they’re supposed to do, what people in their heads say they’re going to do next quarter or the quarter after that and what’s really happening in practice. And what we saw was teams are falling more and more into monitoring debt. And so effectively, their customers are becoming their monitoring and it’s getting harder to catch up. And so, what Akita does is we’re the fastest, easiest way for teams to quickly see what endpoints you have in your system—so that’s API endpoints—what’s slow and what’s throwing errors. And you might wonder, okay, wait, wait, wait, Jean. Monitoring is usually about, like, logs, metrics, and traces. I’m not used to hearing about API—like, what do APIs have to do with any of it?And my view is, look, we want the most simple form of what might be wrong
My Favorite Vintage Stores and How To Master "The Sift" I spent a full week vintage shopping in LA and lived to tell the tale! In today’s episode, I share my favorite vintage locales in the city of angels – from where all your favorite celebrities find iconic red carpet moments to the best $1 sale in town. I also talk how vintage shopping helped me refine my personal style and my best tips if you’re afraid to dive into the sift.    Aralda Vintage https://www.instagram.com/aralda.vintage/ Jet Rag https://www.instagram.com/jetragvintage/ Recess https://www.instagram.com/recessla/ RLT https://www.instagram.com/shop_rlt/ Scout https://www.instagram.com/scoutla/     Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram, @LivvPerez.    Sponsored by Vionic: These shoes are a must-have! I love wearing the olive green mules to elevate a casual outfit. Get free shipping with code FRIEND at vionicshoes.com Sakara: My lifesaver meal plan for working from home. Head to Sakara.com/Friend and use code FRIEND for 20% off – you won't regret it!   Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
#142 Goofing Off On Purpose – Kevin Kelly on why we should subsidize travel for young people, owning his time, a rest ethic, riding his bike across US, his love of YouTube, staying optimistic about the future, raising children and his new book Kevin is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine, a writer and a photographer. When he was young he dropped out of college and travelled to Taiwan, which he describes as a live changing experience. Kevin is passionate about owning his time, the importance of goofing off and staying optimistic about the development of technology.?? YOUTUBE: WATCH HERELinks:
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My Love Hate Relationship with Finish Lines Finish lines have a powerful allure to them. They inspire us to begin important journeys and give us strong motivation to go after our goals. However, sometimes we misinterpret which parts of our lives need finish lines, so we approach everything the same way and wind up overloaded. If this sounds like you, there’s a way you can find a cadence you can sustain as you pursue  your goals all while reserving essential energy. How? In this episode, I’ll reveal how using finish lines the wrong way can drain you mentally and physically. You’ll discover how to mentally reposition yourself so you can attack your goals and achieve them with the same vigor but at a sustained, healthy pace. Listen in… Show Highlights Include: Why finish lines have a powerful allure (and how they help drive us towards our goals) (4:46) The dark side of finish lines we need to be aware of. (8:03) How using finish lines can overload you and drain your mental and physical stamina completely. (9:09) Why planning finish lines around positive behaviors is unsustainable in the long run (and why some finish lines aren’t really finish lines) (10:15) The mental reframe you can adopt to reserve energy to sustain those positive behaviors. (15:39) Interested in coaching with Brilliant Balance? Schedule an exploratory call here: www.brilliant-balance.com/schedule  Subscribe to The Brilliant Balance Weekly and we’ll deliver it to your digital doorstep each Tuesday: www.brilliant-balance.com/weekly  Need a few moments of peace? Listen to our free 5-Minute Meditation: www.brilliant-balance.com/breathe/  Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/brilliant_balance  Join our private Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/281949848958057
6 Small Businesses to Support for Earth Day 2023 Welcome to Episode 30 of the We Built This Life podcast! I’m your host, Jennifer Walker, and I’m talking this week about six small businesses that make low waste or sustainable products and that you can support for Earth Day 2023. I’ll share my favorite products from these businesses or the products I am hoping to try in the categories of personal care, reusable items, cleaning, clothing, and planners. You can also check out the We Built This Life podcast archive for more ideas. Thank you so much for listening! Follow We Built This Life on Instagram 6 Small Businesses to Support this Earth Day: ·      Good Juju ·      Marley’s Monsters ·      Branch Basics ·      Evolverie ·      Tradlands ·      Wisdom Supply Co. Products Mentioned in this Episode: ·      Good Juju Shampoo Bar for Normal/Balanced Hair (Keep these bars on a soap saver—I use these inexpensive ones from Osmia) ·      Good Juju Conditioner Bar for Normal/Balanced Hair ·      Good Juju Laundry Strips ·      Who Gives a Crap Toilet Paper (They have recycled toilet paper and premium toilet paper made of bamboo. We used to use the premium version, and it is nice!) ·      Marley’s Monsters UnPaper Towels ·      Marley’s Monsters Bowl Covers ·      Marley’s Monsters Coffee Filter ·      Dish Washing Block ·      Branch Basics concentrate ·      Branch Basics starter kit (plastic or glass) ·      Branch Basics Oxy Boost ·      ThredUp ·      Tradlands Dresses ·      Wisdom Supply Co. Binders ·      Wisdom Supply Co. Notebooks ·      Wisdom Supply Co. Planners ·      Baltimore Compost Collective Resources Mentioned in this Episode: ·
Episode 59: Aligned Today we are joined by Paula Price. Paula began her career as a lawyer and now runs her own executive coaching business for lawyers. She coaches lawyers at all levels to help them create greater career satisfaction, whether that means developing practice skills to thrive in the job they're in or making a career transition. Paula is also a podcaster and produces a weekly podcast called The Joyful Practice for Women Lawyers where she shares resources, strategies and interviews to help lawyers thrive in practice.

Paula’s legal career has taken many forms. She has worked extensively in private practice as a litigator, spent time as a contract research lawyer, built her own on-going lawyer coaching business, and designed and delivered public legal education programs for a non-profit organization. We dive into what motivated Paula to leave private practice – and what drew her to coaching – and how to find career and life experiences that feel aligned with your core values and goals. Paula also takes us through why it is important for lawyers to think about legacy building early in their careers and how a coach can help you craft a career trajectory that reduces burnout.

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Episode 60: Sustainable Wellness Today we are joined by Aladdin Tingling Diakun. Aladdin is a Certified Executive Coach for new planet professionals, a corporate lawyer for small and mid-size enterprises, and a circular economy board chair with nearly 2 decades of experience in climate and sustainability. 
In this episode, Aladdin takes us through the story arc of how he came to attend law school as a mature student, how he emerged from articling a shell of his former self, and now, how he centres wellness at the forefront of his career. We also get curious about Aladdin’s climate advocacy and sustainability work and we learn how everyone can get involved at their own pace. Aladdin also expands our minds by explaining how climate change impacts every area of the law – even areas you would never initially expect! As a coach, Aladdin is highly skilled at asking insightful questions, including the one he leaves us with in this episode: what does it mean to find wellness in the context of such rapid change and discontinuity?
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Trends such as diversity, longevity, and scarcity are becoming more prominent, and companies that fail to adapt risk falling behind. 

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61: Ep 061 – The 3 Big workforce trends that could shape 2023 Businesses are faced with a rapidly changing workforce landscape in 2023. 
Trends such as diversity, longevity, and scarcity are becoming more prominent, and companies that fail to adapt risk falling behind. 

However, those who embrace these trends can gain a competitive edge in the market. Diversity in the workplace has been shown to increase creativity, innovation, and productivity. 

Longevity means that older workers are staying in the workforce longer, bringing valuable experience and skills. And the scarcity of skilled workers means that companies must focus on retention and upskilling their current employees.



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TRNL Ep02: Kamille Roxas, RN, MSN, US RN, HAAD RN, PH RN Our first guest for the podcast is Kamille Roxas, she is currently working as a travel nurse and is assigned in Arizona. Listen to the podcast and get to know more about her.



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5 Ways to Use Elicitation in Negotiation with Jack Shafer, Ep #349 Jack Shafer spent much of his career in counterintelligence in the FBI. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, we’ll discuss topics from Jack’s newest book, “The Truth Detector: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide for Getting People to Reveal the Truth” We talk about the concept of elicitation, presumptive statements, how to shift power dynamics in the conversation—and how to use it them in business negotiations. Don’t miss this fascinating look into the inner workings of a spy’s career.  Outline of This Episode [2:14] Learn more about Jack Shafer [2:55] Technique #1: Presumptive Statements [8:30] How to shift power in a negotiation [11:08] The use of time in a negotiation [13:12] Who has the authority? [15:04] Technique #2: Use the phrase “I’ll bet…” [18:11] Uncovering your counterpart’s objections [20:23] Technique #3: Bracketing [22:19] Technique #4: Reported Facts [24:00] Technique #5: The Well Technique  Resources & People Mentioned Turning on the Like Switch with Jack Shafer, Ep #61 Connect with Jack Shafer The Truth Detector: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide for Getting People to Reveal the Truth The Like Switch: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Influencing, Attracting, and Winning People Over Connect With Mark Follow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPod Connect with Mark on LinkedIn Follow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedIn Connect on Instagram: @NegotiationPod Subscribe to Negotiations Ninja
Want to Win More Deals? Be Likable (Throwback with Joe Valley), Ep #350 Joe Valley is a serial entrepreneur and partner at Quiet Light Brokerage. He’s also an expert at building sellable companies. He’s also learned the secret to winning more deals: Don’t be an a–hole. The people who win more deals do their research, carry intelligent conversations, and are polite, professional, and likable. Why are these qualities so important? Joe Valley covers the topic in detail in this throwback episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast!
Combating Fear with Courage with Mala Subramaniam, Ep #351 How do you combat fear with courage? How does your ego build walls in negotiations? And why, when you’re in a negotiation, should you only say something if you believe it? Mala Subramaniam—an Executive Coach, Author, and Speaker—has taught thousands of people the art of communication in negotiation. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Mala shares the #1 way you can combat fear in negotiation.  Outline of This Episode [1:38] Learn more about Mala Subramaniam [4:12] Combating fear with courage [7:56] How ego affects negotiations [11:11] You have a responsibility… [13:33] Only say it if you believe it [16:55] Do you open yourself up to manipulation? [20:50] A conversation about ageism  Connect with Mala Subramaniam Mala’s website Email Mala at Mala(at)mktinsite.com Connect on LinkedIn Beyond Wins: Eastern Mindset for Success in Daily Business Negotiations Connect With Mark Follow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPod Connect with Mark on LinkedIn Follow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedIn Connect on Instagram: @NegotiationPod Subscribe to Negotiations Ninja
Tactics to Get What You Want (Throwback with Simon Rycraft), Ep #352 How do you get what you want in a negotiation? How do you be more persuasive? Simon Rycraft wrote “Negotiation Hacks: Expert Tactics To Get What You Want,” to lay out the strategies, skills, and approaches needed to get what you want. In this throwback episode of Negotiations Ninja, Simon covers some of the tactics he lays out in his book and how to make them work for you. Check it out!
Episode 135: How to Have Exceptional Relationships at Work with Carole Robin Carole Robin, author of Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends, and Colleagues, discusses how to take your work relationships from functional to exceptional. In this episode, you learn about: What are the elements of an exceptional relationship at work. Why you should only deepen relationships in 15% increments. Why you should indicate your intent when you disclose information, ask questions, or give feedback. How to identify and share your feelings. Book: Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends and Colleagues Relationship Assessment mentioned in the episode can be found here. Website: https://connectandrelate.com Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women is available here. Sara can be reached on LinkedIn here. Leave a review here.
#49: Conversations at Scale — Employer Branding in a Quick Apply World This week we welcome Adam Godson to the podcast. An HR technology veteran, Adam spent more than eight years at Cielo Talent before assuming his current role as President & Chief Product Officer at Paradox, a conversational AI platform for talent. Topics include: the growth of quick apply frameworks, the challenges of communicating an EVP in a quick apply context, how quick apply frameworks help and hinder recruiters, job seeker traffic and job board incentives, SMS and high volume recruiting, interview scheduling and the importance of speed-to-candidate, “human” touchpoints as an indicator of value, ChatGPT, how large language models will affect the future of recruiting  Adam GodsonPresident & Chief Product Officer, ParadoxLinkedInTwitter
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144: Time Management and Productivity for Great Leadership Many of us resist time management tactics, but be careful my love! If you’re not being proactive about your time as a leader – your team (and your career) can suffer. Let’s talk about how to use time management to increase your productivity & effectiveness as a leader and achieve more – without working more! In today’s episode, I’m sharing my 4 principles of time management for exceptional leaders, how you can use these tools to get your time management back on track, and why improving this leadership skill will be time well spent for your career.  Ready for the time management and productivity techniques that are going to set you up for long-term success? Let’s go to the show! I dive into: Improving your time management skills to uplevel your leadership (and how you can begin today!) My 4 principles of time management for exceptional leaders Why it’s so common to resist time management & why you need to stop How to practice “using your time” so you can get better at it The ONE question I ask all of my clients when we first start working together (and why it might help you STOP wasting time) And more   **Useful links** If you are ready to uplevel your career, get unstuck or you are simply ready to unlock those leadership time-management techniques then join us in my monthly career & leadership coaching program exclusively for women in tech: https://www.tonicollis.com/academy  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode144 Check us out on Youtube: https://youtu.be/m8Uhm_GsPRQ  Join the  Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
145: How to Build Your Career Strategy with Julia Holian Are you focusing enough on career strategy, my love? Let’s talk about how you can build a successful career strategy – and use it to land your next dream role! In today’s episode, I invite career strategist and interview coach, Julia Holian, to share some of her favorite tips and tools for building a career strategy that will elevate your leadership and help you gain the confidence, agility, and networking skills you need in your tech career.  Ready to dig in & build a career strategy that will take you to the next level? Let’s go to the show! We dive into: Career strategy – what it really is, and why you need one! Why you need to network your way to an executive role The elements of career strategy and which one will help you navigate bumps in the road in your career How confidence & career strategy are linked Why developing your professional brand is essential for your career trajectory The #1 piece of advice Julia has for you, my lovely woman in tech! And more   **Useful links** Connect with today’s guest, Julia Holian: Website: www.holianassociates.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliaholian/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/JuliaHolian  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_nsZ9gbm8yoegfo0Ks1O-Q   Julia’s current read: A Thousand Miles to Freedom: My Escape from North Korea by Eunsun Kim If you are ready to uplevel your career, get unstuck or you are simply ready to unlock those leadership time-management techniques then join us in my monthly career & leadership coaching program exclusively for women in tech: https://www.tonicollis.com/academy  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode145  Check us out on Youtube: https://youtu.be/yxyq_NmzeMg Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
146: How to Effectively Transition From Peer to Boss Congratulations, you’re the boss! (But now what?) Let’s talk about the complicated transition from being a peer – to being the boss! In today’s episode, I discuss the internal promotion transition, the biggest blocks to avoid, and how you can navigate this shift and come out to the other side as an extraordinary, standout leader.  Ready for the tools you need to effectively transition from peer to boss? Let’s go to the show! I dive into: The unique challenges of an internal promotion vs. starting at a new company When to communicate your vision & strategy (and why this is so important) Dealing with friends in the workplace as the new boss What I want you to be really cautious with in your 1st month Tackling resentment with the employee(s) who didn’t land your role Why change management needs to start day one And more   **Useful links** If you are ready to uplevel your career, get unstuck or you are simply ready to unlock those leadership time-management techniques then join us in my monthly career & leadership coaching program exclusively for women in tech: https://www.tonicollis.com/academy  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode146  Check us out on Youtube: https://youtu.be/irlYITZwWQ4 Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
#129 Lindsey DiFiore: From Network Marketing Success To a Soul Aligned Coaching Business. How to Build a Business Around Your Life and Feminine Flow. If you want to learn more about working with us, check out the links below! punchdrunksoul.com/challenge  3) Scale with Soul the Mastermind DM me "GO" on Instagram @punchdrunksoul
Hiring an Advantage: Why You Should Consider Getting a Coach. When does it make sense to hire a coach? Gini Dietrich shares when and why you should hire a coach.
The Remote vs. Hybrid. vs. In-Office Showdown for Communications Workers More and more companies are talking about bringing people back into offices, despite most employees not being interested. Apparently there is no replacement for in-person culture and mentorship. Gini Dietrich is talking about why remote can be perfectly fine if you're willing to make just a few adjustments.
If You’re Curious and You Know It, Clap Your Hands: A Conversation With an Analytics Expert Kelly Deily, associate director of graduate career services at Drexel LeBow, speaks with Bill Powell, BS ’14, MBA ’18, director of analytic strategy at Holman and adjunct professor at LeBow. Powell is a member of Drexel’s Executive MBA Alumni Board and an active member of Drexel’s Analytics Advisory Council. During this in-depth conversation, Powell discusses the importance of curiosity and the willingness to learn, along with other qualities job candidates need to stand out. Powell also shares his outlook on the current state of the job market and tips for those making career transitions.Music by Ikson.
S5E69: The Power of Clarity: Why Finding Your Focus is Key to Goal Setting Setting goals is essential for growth, but we must clearly understand our values, priorities, and direction in life before we can set them. We will discuss why finding clarity is necessary to accomplish our goals and why making time for ourselves is essential.By the end of this episode, you will better understand why finding clarity is essential for achieving your goals and have practical tips on gaining it. We discuss how we can be as intentional as possible toward our goals and experience the life we desire. Join us for this episode as we ignite your journey toward finding clarity and achieving your goals. Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation:Reconciling where we are and where we want to beChase the dreamMaintain meaningful connectionsHave a visionEpisode Highlights:[3:01] Reconciling Where We Are And Where We Want To BeWe want to be clear with our goals. The first step in doing this is reconciling where we are and where we're going. New goals have been achieved, and pivots need to be made for new ideas. Spend some time finding clarity on what we need to do daily and how those activities would add to our overall goals.[12:05] Chasing the DreamOur actions should inspire our kids when they see us living our life. Make them feel inspired to live the life that we’re living. So not only are we supposed to chase our dream and show that to our kids, but we also inspire them to do the same thing. We need to make sure our goals are identified and then make them happen.[13:21] Maintain Meaningful Connections If we're not intentionally doing things, then we're just existing. We must keep track of who we have meaningful conversations and with whom we connect. It is important for us to be able to live the life that we want to live.[39:15] Have a VisionWe have to think big and have a vision. Without a vision, how will we know if we're going in the right direction? Thinking big means getting a clear vision that can lead us to the clarity we aspire to achieve. Be clear on what we need to do today to win the day so that we can wake up tomorrow knowing that yesterday was fruitful and successful.Notable quotes from the Episode:[13:19] “If you're not intentionally doing things, then you're just existing.”[25:39] “Without a vision, how will you know if you're going in the right direction?”[40:10] “Find out where you want to go, and then get around other people who are already there, and you'll become like them.”[40:22] “People get where they want to be because they are intentional about it.”Resources Mentioned:Connect with Wyatt Graves: LinkedIn | WebsiteThe Mentee Podcast: Website | Apple | Spotify
S5E70: You’re Doing It Wrong: How To Master Sales When you need a job done, should you figure out how to do it, or find someone else to do it? If you want to make money, it’s the latter.In this episode, Justin Ledford explains how to make money through subcontracting. Rather than do something yourself, find the people with the expertise. Connect them with people who need work done.Tune in to the episode to find out how to use subcontractors to create a win-win situation for everyone involved.Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation:Find the best people for the jobWhat “sales” really meansLearn the Triad of LifeYou don’t need to buy a company in an industryEpisode Highlights[04:24] Sharing the DreamJustin had a dream of retiring before 40 and living in Costa Rica. He was a sales guy but saw his wife working late at night. Together, they decided to start a company. He invested in mentors to learn the best way to start a roofing company. After that, he began teaching others to do what he was doing.[13:27] Transitioning from Houston to Costa RicaJustin’s family lost a lot of money when he was young. He had to grow up quickly. That experience taught him the value of money. He started hustling and saved more money than the adults in his life.[24:39] Getting into an IndustryYou don’t have to buy a company in an industry. Justin instead contacts subcontractors and connects them with people who need jobs done. His two moneymakers are insurance companies and the government.[36:36] Two Stories of SuccessRalph, a home builder, contacted Justin through YouTube. He makes six figures per contract through government jobs. Another story is that Justin took a government contract and found the best subcontractors to do the job.Notable quotes from the Episode:[03:09] "It's not necessarily the money that makes me thrive anymore. It's more about the impact and following my passion."[12:40] “I always follow the rule: ‘Always win on the buy.’ My second rule is: ‘Always win on the buy.’”[16:31] "I've already geeked out on the industry. I studied how to be a good roofing salesman. I already own the business, so I knew about it. But I didn't master my craft."[33:56] “You’ve read the book, Who, Not How? We have people who are getting them done. They’re making profits, we’re making profits, and it’s just a match made in heaven.”Resources Mentioned:Resources Mentioned:Connect with Wyatt Graves: LinkedIn | WebsiteThe Mentee Podcast: Website | Apple | SpotifyGoBundance MembershipVIP Private Mastermind EventConnect with Justin Ledford: IG | YouTube | LinkedIn | Mastermind | Schedule a CallReal Construction Owners Podcast: Anchor | Apple | Spotify<a href="https://www.federalconstructioncontractssimplified.com/optin-a" r
S5E71: A Permanent Solution to America’s Housing Crisis Too many people lack stable housing, but how do we solve that crisis? One method is creating affordable housing, but that's not a permanent solution.Enter Mike Kaeding: he aims to rebuild the housing system in America. He wants a solution that ends the problem permanently.Tune in to find out how he leverages business success into a solution to one of America’s biggest problems.Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation:The long-term solution to housing in AmericaWhy you should (or shouldn’t) get unaccredited investorsHire the right people for your companyEpisode Highlights[02:38] Mike’s BHAGMike's company, Norhart, reduced construction costs by 30%. They aim to rebuild the housing system by building more housing. By increasing the supply to match the housing demand, they hope to bring prices down.[10:05] Mike’s JourneyMike’s company has thousands of units, but their platform is construction. They do all manufacturing and most trades in-house as well.Mike's parents started the company, but he's been involved even while young. He initially didn't want to be part of the business, but his dad encouraged him to take over. The company doubled in size every few years.[14:36] Finance TalksBanks typically fund 75% of a project, but the true constraint is human capital. Mike's company needs top talent. They've recently opened up to outside investors and are considering removing the bank so investors can get more returns. They've also created a system to get around the problems of accepting unaccredited investors.Notable quotes from the Episode:[07:18] "The average American's salary, about 30% of that goes to housing. My dream is to make that 15% rather than 30%."[09:51] "How do we make the whole system, how do we figure out the whole nation to be affordable in the next five to ten years?"[12:05] “I didn't really know what I was doing, but I think that was sort of the magic because we could start questioning everything. Like, why is construction done the way it's done?”[30:01] "The number one thing that I learned, and it totally changed the game of our company from growing at meager rates to now growing very substantially and seeing a radical improvement in this industry is one simple thing: It's hire the very best people."Resources Mentioned:Connect with Wyatt Graves: LinkedIn | WebsiteThe Mentee Podcast: Website | Apple | SpotifyGoBundance MembershipVIP Private Mastermind EventConnect with Mike Kaeding: LinkedIn | Twitter | InstagramInvest in apartments with NorhartAbout MikeMike Kaeding is the CEO of Norhart, a housing construction company aiming to end the housing crisis in America. They hire based on their values, and their mission drives the culture at Norhart.Mike is a visionary aiming to accelerate his company's growth through innovation and analysis. He has a vision to deliver only the best cost-to-value for Americans looking for housing.Connect with him through LinkedIn, or visit his company’s website.
What Does It Mean for an NFT Community to Get Acquired? When Meta Angels launched in 2021, it branded itself as an NFT community using web3 to "harness real world opportunities." In late 2022, Meta Angels was acquired by Hug, an NFT curation platform, and their respective communities merged. In this episode, Meta Angels co-founder Alex Cavoulacos discusses how a values-driven NFT project can be sustainable and what it's like for an NFT community to undergo a merger. As the current Head of Product at Hug, Alex also shares insights on scaling a web3 organization that is part platform, part product, and part community. DISCLAIMERThe content herein is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only, and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, options, futures, or other derivatives related to securities in any jurisdiction, nor should not be relied upon as advice to buy, sell or hold any of the foregoing. This content is intended to be general in nature and is not specific to you, the user or anyone else. You should not make any decision, financial, investment, trading or otherwise, based on any of the information presented without undertaking independent due diligence and consultation with a professional advisor.  Solana Foundation Foundation and its agents, advisors, council members, officers and employees (the “Foundation Parties”) make no representation or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the information herein and expressly disclaims any and all liability that may be based on such information or any errors or omissions therein. The Foundation Parties shall have no liability whatsoever, under contract, tort, trust or otherwise, to any person arising from or related to the content or any use of the information contained herein by you or any of your representatives. All opinions expressed herein are the speakers’ own personal opinions and do not reflect the opinions of any entities.
Not Your Keys, Not Your Crypto: The Importance of Self-Custody with Charles Guillimet, CTO of Ledger Self-sovereignty is one of the foundational promises of crypto, but without self-custody, that promise simply falls flat. In this episode, Charles Guillimet (CTO of Ledger) discusses topics like the importance of self-custody and the role of security, in addition to the the evolution of Ledger's product offerings as the crypto industry has changed over the last decade.  DISCLAIMERThe content herein is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only, and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, options, futures, or other derivatives related to securities in any jurisdiction, nor should not be relied upon as advice to buy, sell or hold any of the foregoing. This content is intended to be general in nature and is not specific to you, the user or anyone else. You should not make any decision, financial, investment, trading or otherwise, based on any of the information presented without undertaking independent due diligence and consultation with a professional advisor.  Solana Foundation Foundation and its agents, advisors, council members, officers and employees (the “Foundation Parties”) make no representation or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the information herein and expressly disclaims any and all liability that may be based on such information or any errors or omissions therein. The Foundation Parties shall have no liability whatsoever, under contract, tort, trust or otherwise, to any person arising from or related to the content or any use of the information contained herein by you or any of your representatives. All opinions expressed herein are the speakers’ own personal opinions and do not reflect the opinions of any entities.
Why Crypto Needs a Mobile Revolution Will mobile-first applications be a driving force of mass adoption during the next crypto bull run? With over 5 billion smart phone users around the globe, Chris Osborn, founder and CEO of Dialect, thinks that's a solid bet. In this episode, Chris discusses some of the innovative features that will set web3 messaging platforms like Dialect apart from their Web 2 counterparts. He also shares thoughts on why crypto has taken so long to embrace a mobile-first mindset, the difficulties of dealing with traditional app distributors, and the role of crypto phones like Saga will play in the ecosystem.  DISCLAIMERThe content herein is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only, and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, options, futures, or other derivatives related to securities in any jurisdiction, nor should not be relied upon as advice to buy, sell or hold any of the foregoing. This content is intended to be general in nature and is not specific to you, the user or anyone else. You should not make any decision, financial, investment, trading or otherwise, based on any of the information presented without undertaking independent due diligence and consultation with a professional advisor.  Solana Foundation Foundation and its agents, advisors, council members, officers and employees (the “Foundation Parties”) make no representation or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the information herein and expressly disclaims any and all liability that may be based on such information or any errors or omissions therein. The Foundation Parties shall have no liability whatsoever, under contract, tort, trust or otherwise, to any person arising from or related to the content or any use of the information contained herein by you or any of your representatives. All opinions expressed herein are the speakers’ own personal opinions and do not reflect the opinions of any entities.
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Chris and Fred discuss how many samples you need to conduct Accelerated Life Testing or ALT … and a little bit about what ALT is.

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Chris and Fred discuss how many samples you need to conduct Accelerated Life Testing or ALT … and a little bit about what ALT is.

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Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the challenge of selecting how many samples you need to conduct Accelerated Life Testing or ALT. Firstly … what is ALT?
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What is ALT? ALT involves increasing the stress to a product (think force, temperature, humidity, power et cetera) to try and compress 3 years’ worth of use into something like 2 days. To be able to do this, we need to understand how your product fails, so you know what failure mechanism to focus on to identify the right stress. Is failure based on temperature? … force? … both?
What is an ‘accelerated life model’ and why are there so many of them? Once you know the dominant failure mechanism of your product, then you need to know the physical process behind it. For example, many chemical reactions are based on concepts like ‘activation energy,’ which helps you work out what effect additional temperature will have on failure. The ‘Arrhenius model’ can be helpful for this. But the reason there are a lot of accelerated life models is that there are lots of different failure mechanisms.
How many samples do I need? What decision are you trying to inform. If you are trying to differentiate between two potential materials? Then perhaps not many samples. Do you believe that there is a material that should outlast the service life of your product of orders of magnitude … but you need to confirm this – then perhaps you need fewer samples again. But if your failure mechanism is accounting for around about 4 % of warranty period failures, and you can tolerate up to 5 % … then you might need lots of samples to get the level of confidence you need to make a decision.
But I want to test everything on my product! As in … every possible way it can fail. If you want to do this … then ALT is not for you.
Confidence is a measure of you … not your product. What does that mean? Many organizations test without any objective or decision in mind … simply because they want ‘confidence’ that reliability stuff is happening. You can’t test your way to reliability.
So always start with your decision!

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Chris and Fred discuss the importance of understanding value when you make decisions. And value needs to mean something to you and your organization. Not something in a dictionary.

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Chris and Fred discuss the importance of understanding value when you make decisions. And value needs to mean something to you and your organization. Not something in a dictionary.

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Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how important it is to understand the concept of ‘value’ as it relates to making the right decision. Many people almost ‘run’ past the discussion on what value means to them so they can start getting busy doing something. Like testing. Effort often feels like generating value. But that is not always the case.
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How much fuel do you need for a car drive? Well … you need to start by understanding where you are going. What vehicle you are driving? What is its fuel efficiency? What it is towing? Many organizations (including reliability engineers) rush to come up with an estimate of how much fuel you need. It might be a literature review of other ‘car drives.’ It might be a standard that purports to say how much fuel the ‘average car drive’ needs. This approach never works. So … where are YOU going?
It usually starts with leadership. Is the leader simply trying to get the ‘reliability’ or ‘quality’ guy to OK his or her favorite (pre-ordained) outcome of his decision? If this is the case, then the leader ‘values’ something that is very different to organizational good.
Here is an example. A mining company wanted to reduce downtime … and so they demanded that Servicing or Preventive Maintenance Duration be halved. And of course … failures went through the roof. Where did they go wrong? They focused on maintenance duration and not operational availability. As soon as they got the right metrics, then the engineers got to work and were able to come up with a longer maintenance duration, but instead of doing it weekly, it was done every two weeks. So downtime decreased (good) while maintenance duration went up. So what do you value?

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Carl and Fred discussing the first step in achieving high reliability: “Develop a Reliability Strategic Vision.”

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Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the elements that go into a reliability vision, and how it is developed.
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Carl and Fred discussing the first step in achieving high reliability: “Develop a Reliability Strategic Vision.”

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Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the elements that go into a reliability vision, and how it is developed.
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Chapter 5 of the book: The Process of Reliability Engineering”
The first step is knowing where you’re going
Developing a Reliability Strategic Vision
Why strategy is so important
It’s not a generic Corporate mission statement
The elements of a reliability strategic vision
The four parts embedded in the definition of reliability: probability statement, primary function, environmental conditions, duration
The vision for reliability includes reliability and organizational goals
Where are you heading from a reliability point of view?
The importance of reputation, brand identity
Consider the overall lifecycle cost
Reliability can be a critical part of your marketing position; but it has to be real
Safety must be an essential part of your reliability vision

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Award-winning Rep Gets Vulnerable About What Drives Him! He Talks About How to “Show up“ for an Interview. — Jebb Part 1 Today we have Jebb Ruff, Medical Sales & Patient Access Manager. Jebb talked about how to “show up“ for an interview. Find Jebb Ruff:  Website, LinkedIn Need some coaching advice? Book a Coaching Call Now: Link Find us on Social Media:  LinkedIn Subscribe to our podcast: Apple Music: https://rb.gy/otnhnk iHeartRadio: https://rb.gy/efvtef Spotify: https://rb.gy/wbmvs2
Can you Answer the “Why Question”? Don’t Wait Until You’re in the Middle of an Interview, Practice Now! – Jebb Part 2 Part Two of Jebb Ruff's podcast interview.  Find Jebb Ruff:  Website, LinkedIn Need some coaching advice? Book a Coaching Call Now: Link Find us on Social Media:  LinkedIn Subscribe to our podcast: Apple Music: https://rb.gy/otnhnk iHeartRadio: https://rb.gy/efvtef Spotify: https://rb.gy/wbmvs2
Ask the Expert! Jerry Acuff, the Leader in Pharma/Medical Sales Training, Shares Interviewing Tips! Jerry – Part 1 Today we have Jerry Acuff, CEO/Owner at Delta Point, Inc. He has been consulting and speaking extensively on the issues of sales and marketing excellence for over 30 years. He knows what it is like to be a frustrated salesperson starting out in sales (which is how he began). Through the years he has learned the secrets of how to be successful in selling as well as how to help others maximize their sales potential. Jerry embodies his philosophy of Thinking Like a Customer. It is important to view your sales interactions through the eyes of your customers. He advocates being “other focused”—caring more about the customer than about the sale. This is the approach that Jerry takes with his clients. Find Jerry Acuff:  Website, LinkedIn Need some coaching advice? Book a Coaching Call Now: Link Find us on Social Media:  LinkedIn Subscribe to our podcast: Apple Music: https://rb.gy/otnhnk iHeartRadio: https://rb.gy/efvtef Spotify: https://rb.gy/wbmvs2
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S6 Ep. 243 – Monica Quinones – Accessibility for Neurodiverse Individuals The Intern Whisperer Podcast is brought to you by Employers 4 Change – Increasing diversity through #DEI #Skills-based #recruitment and #management for #interns and #employees alike. Sign up to be an #Employer4Change that invests in #intern #talent and your #employees.
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S6 Ep. 244 Chad Hoover – Future of Game Industry Chad Hoover is the founder of Game Dev, The BoardGame and Fenix Studios. Chad is a community builder which goes hand in hand with games, teams, and having fun.  Chad’s career journey was one that had some twists and turns; and ultimately led him to self-discovery that left him feeling refreshed and excited for the future. His 5 words that describe him are Driven, Dedicated, Determined, Project Manager. He is that and more. For all those fans of gameDevelopment, be sure to check out his Kickstarter campaign that launches Game Dev, the BoardGame.


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S6 Ep. 245 Barry Nadler – Skills of the Future Barry Nadler shared his five words that describe him. One of them is a phrase – positive deviant – what an interesting way to describe oneself. Tune in to hear what that means to him in the most positive way. His career path is quite the story and pretty entertaining. Star Wars is part of the story also. Fun!!
 
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How to address employment gaps In this episode, I show you a simple, 4-step approach to confidently talk about employment gaps.
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The Science & Art Of Physical Examination With Katie Barron Did you find physical examination intimidating during your studies, and avoid it at all costs? If so, it’s time to tune in to learn why physical exams are a) not as scary as you think and b) incredibly valuable for you as a practitioner! That’s where my guest Katie Barron is here to help.
Katie is a naturopath and former college lecturer, wife, mum, lover of her 50kg bull mastiff who recently returned from travelling around Australia in a van with said dog and her family.
She noticed that qualified practitioners were completely freaked out by including physical examination in their consultations, and set about creating a system to make it easy for them. Katie ran workshops all over Australia and NZ in 2019, and ran online programs teaching this topic in 2020 and 2021.

In this episode, Katie shares:

Her background and journey into natural health

How she first became involved in teaching physical examinations

Overcoming the nerves of performing physical exams

Cringe-worthy (and rather funny) stories from early in her career

The pivotal point when she designed the career that she wanted

Why building trust with clients is critical

And so much more!



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The Missing Link In Your Clinical Practice & Your Approach To Business With Karlie McKeand Find yourself bogged down with clients who self-sabotage or just don’t seem to get the results you hope for? Or maybe you’re noticing your business isn’t thriving like you dreamed of? Whether it’s one, the other or both – Karlie McKeand has the tool you need to know about.
Karlie is a naturopath, mum, and the creator of Naturopathic Emotional Release (NER). Unlike many new practitioners, Karlie went straight out into the world and created an incredibly successful naturopathic practice from day 1. And believe it or not – she did it without needing to rely on marketing herself using common techniques such as social media, blogs or videos!

In this episode, Karlie shares:

How her mindset & self-belief lead to early business success

What Naturopathic Emotional Release involves

The freedom to choose what you discuss in NER

People and behaviours that NER can benefit

All about shifting belief systems within practitioners

Removing the mental blocks around success

Changing your attitudes towards money and income

And so much more!



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The Grit & Determination Needed To Become A Successful Naturopath With Brooke Klower Many of us face challenges when it comes to building a biz as a health practitioner – from financial difficulties to relationships ending. And if you ask my latest guest, Brooke Klower, she would tell you the most important factor is your grit & determination to become successful.
Brooke is the owner of Balanced Beings, the epicentre of treatment for children's & mothers’ health. She is a naturopath, but first and foremost a mother. Through her own health journey and her children's, she realised more holistic options need to be available to mothers. From there, she built a successful business offering consultations, workshops and a product line.

In this episode, Brooke shares: 

Graduating and launching a business with a newborn

The importance of working in a niche

Expanding her business and employing other practitioners

Why it is essential to make sure your legals are in place

Investing in outsourcing to ultimately make more profits

What success feels like for her and her business

And so much more!



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Ep. 174: Spring Cleaning Our House & Our Life?! It's that time of year, the nice weather is motivating us to spring clean! On this episode we are sharing our cleaning routines and our refreshing routines. We are also reminding you to check your local thrift stores… someone's spring cleaning donation bin might just be your next favorite pair of jeans!
OTS 327: Channeling Energy – Joseph Luckett Today’s guest is all about REAL-ationship building. He has created a unique twist to networking that transforms how and why professionals meet one another. After years of successfully growing his business through networking, he and his wife, Carol, founded Zero to 100™, an inclusive networking movement that operates on a global scale. Focused on fostering a sense of belonging and gratitude and rooted in developing genuine and authentic connections in business and in life, the movement includes books, networking events, and a proprietary digital platform. He has been recognized by the business community locally and abroad through numerous publications and awards, most recently Marquis Who's Who in America. He made history in 2021, becoming the first African American in St Charles, Missouri's 250-year history, to receive the Key to the City for his accomplishments and contributions to the well-being and success of the business community. Please join me in welcoming Joseph Luckett. In this episode, we discuss: his thoughts on leadership: “Leadership is the ability to gain followers. It is the ability to speak and do something and having those two things working congruently.” The impact “The Purpose Driven Life” had on him and how he influenced his family. “If you have no purpose, then what do you have?” The importance of knowing your purpose. Realizing that he needed to direct his energy and passion through the context of having to take Ritalin as a kid. Why he questioned the path he was on in school. How being adopted and being raised in a two-parent home really changed how he looked at the world. His love of video games and how they influenced his life. The opportunity he was given to go to California to teach breakdancing, only leaving that behind to go back home and help his mother. Developing an interest in business networking and realizing that the rooms he was walking into didn’t have people that looked like him. Understanding business networking even when running a coffee sales business and having customers seek networking advice. His refreshing outlook on coaching vs. consulting. The origin story of starting his current business with his wife. Why he values building a B.I.G. business – Belonging, Inclusive, Gratitude. How he has made an impact through the pandemic and race issues in the past years. What led him to write his book in the middle of the pandemic. How he nurtures and sustains his networks through double dates and gym invitations. Listen, subscribe, and read show notes at www.OnTheSchmooze.com
OTS 328: Influence through Energy – Jann Freed Today’s guest helps organizations and individuals get from where they are to where they want to go. She engages employees, develops leaders, and helps people find meaning on a daily basis—a concept she calls “breadcrumb legacy.” She is a speaker, teacher, and coach. After a 30-year career as a college professor of business management and leadership, she built her own business to share what she’s learned. She is the host of the podcast "Becoming a Sage," which interviews thought leaders about life and work wisdom, and writes a column for Training Magazine called "Leading Edge." She is the author of six books, her latest book is “Breadcrumb Legacy: How Great Leaders Live a Life Worth Remembering.”  Please join me in welcoming Dr. Jann Freed.  In this episode, we discuss: Her thoughts on leadership: “A leader is someone in the position to influence the lives of others, positive or negative – this includes parents, teachers, pastors.” Jann’s small-town roots while growing up in a tiny town in northern Iowa. Growing up with a heavy influence on her education from her parents, along with the friendly “threat” from her dad to prioritize finishing college before getting married. Her rebel streak and love for social justice. She was married in 1982 and kept her maiden name, surprising no one that knew her. Jann found her path by getting her degree, “falling into” banking, and realizing it wasn’t the right fit for her. “I enjoy teaching because I’m passionate about learning.” Why she decided to go back to school and get her doctorate. Trying to understand promotions that didn’t pay more money but provided tenure – another moment where her justice streak was at the forefront of her career. When she started thinking about leaving the role or moving on to bigger things, her sons were almost at university age, but she had an itch to create a different path. Her struggles with marketing and figuring out where she should be spending her time. Landing her TEDx talk through Marie Incontrera. The impact of meeting Dorie Clark. How she networks and stays connected with the different layers of her network, including 30 years of past students. Listen, subscribe, and read show notes at www.OnTheSchmooze.com
Abel van Staveren: Playing with FIRE – A Portfolio Careerist's Guide to Lifestyle Design Abel van Staveren is a location-independent portfolio careerist with a passion for helping others achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. As a CEO, Chartered Accountant, Non-Executive Director, and digital nomad, he has built a successful portfolio career spanning various industries, from the shipping sector to private equity and investment management. When he is not busy helping others chart their paths to success, you will find Abel indulging his love for sailing, teaching, and coaching.We talk with Abel about how his career unfolded, the lessons he learned along the way and how he applied those in the second half of his career, how he transitioned from corporate executive to portfolio careerist, his typical day-to-day life, the power of mentoring, his work as non-executive board member, his advice for early career professionals and how to design your life, and his most exciting projects for the future.Links from the episode: Article about Abel in INSEAD In the KnowAbel’s LinkedIn profileThanks for listening!Visit our homepage at https://disrupt-your-career.comIf you like the podcast, please take a moment to rate it and leave a review in Apple Podcast
Nick Kane’s Referral Selling Dos and Don’ts, Ep #345 Referrals are a recommendation from a satisfied customer or trusted network of people you interact with, i.e. your center of influence. If you’re in sales and you aren’t asking your customers or sphere of influence for referrals, you’re leaving money on the table. But what are the best practices for asking for referrals? Nick Kane shares his referral-selling dos and don’ts in this episode of Sales Reinvented. Check it out!  Outline of This Episode [1:04] What are referrals? How do they work in sales? [1:34] Common mistakes salespeople make asking for referrals [2:21] How salespeople can leverage social media to generate referrals [3:10] Nick’s advice for those exploring referral-based selling  [5:06] How to measure the success of a referral program [6:07] Best Practices: The right way to ask for client referrals [8:40] The role technology plays in referral selling [10:20] Nick’s top 3 referral selling dos and don’ts [14:29] A story that drives home the importance of creativity  Nick’s advice for those exploring referral-based selling  You have to make sure that you’re building strong relationships with customers, both existing and prospects. Provide excellent service and support and satisfy your client’s needs. How well do you understand their needs and pain points? Are you helping them solve their problems? A positive customer experience is the foundation of gaining referrals. Happy customers share information and open their networks to you. Secondly, you should create a referral program. Incentivize customers to send people your way.  Best Practices: The right way to ask for client referrals Salespeople tend to ask for a referral at the wrong time. Make sure you approach the customer at the right time in the right way. How you ask must be genuine. You need to establish a relationship first. Make sure the customer has a positive relationship with you and that you’ve done good by them.  Salespeople also struggle to explain the value proposition and what’s in it for the customer. You need to find a way to make it advantageous for them to provide referrals. Ask tactfully and let the customer know what’s in it for both of you. Customers want their salespeople to be successful as long as you’re helping them to be successful as well.  Who are your loyal and satisfied customers? Who's had the most positive experience and is most likely to refer others? Segment your database to understand who’s most likely to offer a referral. Who interacts with your prospect? Where are those conversations happening? How can you leverage influence from someone in a position of influence?  You can also customers who have already referred others to refer more people. If they’re willing to refer their network, it can expand your referral opportunities.  Why does Nick recommend surveying your clients regularly? Listen to the whole episode to learn more! How to measure the success of a referral program You should be tracking the number of referrals generated as a lead source in your CRM. Know exactly where those referrals come from. Follow each of those referrals through the pipeline. How many turned into opportunities? What is the size of those opportunities? How many converted into a sale? What is the customer lifetime value of the customer relationship? Treat the referrals as their own lead source and track them as such.  Nick’s top 3 referral selling dos and don’ts Nick shares some strong dos and don’ts every salesperson should consider: Build strong relationships with existing customers by providing excellent service, excellent customer experience, and excellent support. Consistently ask for feedback to improve the customer experience. You need to be dedicated to serving your customers and helping them solve the problems and challenges they communicated during the sales process. You have to deliver on your promises to get referrals. Find a way to educate the customer on the benefits of the referral program. Share how it works, and how it benefits them, and make sure you’re consistently providing clear instruction on how to refer others. When customers understand your program clearly, they’ll be more likely to refer others.  Timing is critical. If you ask too soon, you come across as disingenuous and pushy. If you wait too long, you might miss the window of when they were the happiest. Find the sweet spot to ask and ask tactfully.  Don’t ask for a referral too early in the customer relationship. Asking too early might damage the relationship. Don’t assume that a customer is satisfied. Salespeople often mistake silence for happiness. Check-in and survey your customer consistently to make sure they’re happy and have what they need before you ask for a referral. Don’t be insincere. Try not to be pushy.
The Basics of Asking for Referrals with Liz Heiman, Ep #346 According to Liz Heiman, there are two types of referrals. A referral could be from someone who doesn’t buy from you but can share leads with you. The other type of referral is from an existing customer. They’re both introducing you to people you might not know. Liz shares the approach she takes when asking for referrals in this episode of Sales Reinvented. Don’t miss it!  Outline of This Episode [0:58] What are referrals? How do they work in sales? [1:43] Common mistakes salespeople make asking for referrals [2:43] How salespeople can leverage social media to generate referrals [5:20] Liz’s advice for those exploring referral-based selling  [6:47] How to measure the success of a referral program [8:49] The right way to ask for client referrals [11:05] Best practices for asking for referrals  [13:48] The role technology plays in referral selling [15:10] Liz’s top 3 referral selling dos and don’ts [17:06] Don’t be afraid to take a creative approach How salespeople can leverage social media to generate referrals Liz loves Brynne Tillman’s method of using social media for lead generation. Brynne will look through the clients that she knows are happy with her and looks at their connections. Who would be a good fit to work with? Then she’ll go to that client and ask them for introductions.  Another strategy is to look at companies or people you’ve identified as a target and look to see who they know that you might know. You can then see if that common connection would give you an introduction. Make sure the connections know why you want an introduction.  Liz points out that many people don’t use LinkedIn to build their network and it’s a huge mistake. Connect with everyone you know because you never know who they’re connected with.  Liz’s advice for those exploring referral-based selling  Liz recommends starting with people you think will be your best referrers. Do you want to call on existing clients? Do you have an existing client base? If not, who could refer business to you that you have credibility with? Write down what you want to say and how you want to say it. The more clear you are, the easier it is to do it. Build it into your process so that it’s comfortable and repeatable. When Liz asks for a referral, she says something like, “I see that you are connected to so-and-so. I think that they could use my services. Do you think that’s true? Would you be willing to introduce me?” It isn’t pushy nor does it put the work on the person she’s asking.  She points out that you should ask for a referral any time that it seems appropriate, usually when you’re engaged with the client and they’re happy. The biggest mistake is not asking for a referral. According to Joanne Black’s research, 97% of people, when asked, would give a referral if they liked the service and were happy with the company that they worked with. Yet on average, only 3% of customers are asked for a referral. How to measure the success of a referral program Referrals should be one of your lead sources. Liz not only tracks referrals but also tracks who referred that person. If you are tracking lead sources, you can track them through the client, account, and opportunity. You need to see what closes and keep your client apprised of the process so they aren’t out of the loop.  Connect with Liz Heiman Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter Connect With Paul Watts  LinkedIn Twitter  Subscribe to SALES REINVENTED Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com Nick Kane is a founder and Managing Partner of Janek Performance Group, a leading sales performance organization providing sales training and sales consulting solutions. Nick has more than 25 years of experience in sales and is a thought leader and authority, supporting hundreds of clients in optimizing their sales performance. Nick co-authored the book "Critical Selling: How Top Performers Accelerate the Sales Process and Close More Deals," and has penned hundreds of articles on sales performance.
Cannabis in New Jersey In this episode, our guest, Mr. Nick Scalera, the Founder & CEO of NJ Cannabis Consulting, which is a company that assists entrepreneurs and businesses interested in entering the Legal Recreational Cannabis Market. Mr. Scalera will assist you in understanding the numerous challenges that may lie ahead and also determining the opportunities appropriate for you.
Importance of Cybersecurity In this episode, our guest, Mr. Bob Michie who is the President and Cofounder of MetroMSP, goes in depth with defining technology strategy and initiatives as critical aspects to client's success. Furthermore, Bob provided access to an FTC compliance checklist that you can use to ensure that your company is meeting the necessary standards for protecting sensitive information, as well as help you understand the potential consequences of failing to comply with these regulations and the importance of taking action to protect your businesses.
#173 – How do I figure out my Career Sweetspot? (06:30) Member shout-out(10:04) Steve's crossroads story(25:55) Connecting the dots and the "noticing notebook"Resources+ Download our *free* Career Transition Planner.+ Check out our tools and coaching offers.Contact Greenhouse Coaching+ Head to the Connect page of our website to inquire about Individual Coaching, Team Coaching, Workshops, and more!+ Follow us on Instagram and send us a DM+ Email us at [email protected] for listening, and cheers to figuring out what's next!
#174 – How do I find career fulfillment where I am? (01:44) The Member question that inspired today's episode.(8:40) The importance of an outside perspective.(11:11) How to figure out what needs to change.(16:30) A coach/coachee role play.(26:01) Steve's sign for change.Resources+ Download our *free* Career Transition Planner.+ Check out our tools and coaching offers.Contact Greenhouse Coaching+ Head to the Connect page of our website to inquire about Individual Coaching, Team Coaching, Workshops, and more!+ Follow us on Instagram and send us a DM+ Email us at [email protected] for listening, and cheers to figuring out what's next!
#175 – Career Clarity: Figuring Out What You Want to be When You 'Grow Up' (06:26) The clues are rooted in your childhood games.(11:59) Three reasons why so many people want to make a change.(22:55) The rise of the gig economy.(30:01) Purpose is important again.Resources+ Check out our *free 'What You Played as a Kid' guide+ Download our *free* Career Transition Planner.+ Check out our other tools and coaching offers.Contact Greenhouse Coaching+ Head to the Connect page of our website to inquire about Individual Coaching, Team Coaching, Workshops, and more!+ Follow us on Instagram and send us a DM+ Email us at [email protected] for listening, and cheers to figuring out what's next!
Ep. 40 Wayne Johnson EPISODE SUMMARY:  Wayne Johnson is the founder and owner of Rockaway Records in LA. Johnson discusses starting his own business and growing and maintaining a records and music memorabilia store for over 40 years as Wayne and Chachi sit down for a chat!On this episode of Chachi Loves Everybody, Chachi talks to Wayne about:Moving from New Jersey to Australia as a teen.How he started a business in LA with his brother reselling records from garage sales and swap meetsTurning that business into a successful global mail order operationMaking the decision to buy a record storeThe decline of record stores and why Rockaway records is able to remain successfulHow the store survived the pandemicHow Wayne builds trust with collectors and acquires record collectionsSome of the celebrities that frequent RockawayAnd more!Check out Rockaway Records website and Instagram!ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST: Wayne Johnson and his brother, Gary,  began re-selling albums in 1979 after attending one of the legendary record swap meets in the Capitol Records parking lot in Hollywood. What began as a hobby more than 35 years ago quickly turned into a business when they were virtually forced to open a store, if only to house their growing collection!Rockaway purchased Rainbow Records, a small well-known record store in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. They now started selling new and used records and cassettes in addition to collectibles. Rockaway grew so quickly that they had to move 2 more times, finally settling into the present Silver Lake location in 1992. While many independent record stores (and most chains) in Los Angeles have closed, Rockaway is flourishing. Wayne and Gary are aggressively acquiring extensive record industry collections and purchasing personal collections of CDs, records, DVDs, concert-related items, tour programs, toys, as well as rock ‘n’ roll promo items and collectibles. ABOUT THE PODCAST: Chachi Loves Everybody is brought to you by Benztown and hosted by the President of Benztown, Dave “Chachi” Denes. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the myths and legends of the radio industry.PEOPLE MENTIONED: Steve Resnik, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Stephen Tyler, Ross HalfinABOUT BENZTOWN: Benztown is a leading international audio imaging, production library, voiceover, programming, podcasting, and jingle production company with over 3,000 affiliations on six different continents. Benztown provides audio brands and radio stations of all formats with end-to-end imaging and production, making high-quality sound and world-class audio branding a reality for radio stations of all market sizes and budgets. Benztown was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 by Inc. magazine for five consecutive years as one of America’s Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies. With studios in Los Angeles, New York, London and Stuttgart, Benztown offers the highest quality audio imaging work parts for 23 libraries across 15 music and spoken word formats including AC, Hot AC, CHR, Country, Hip Hop and R&B, Rhythmic, Classic Hits, Rock, News/Talk, Sports, and JACK. Benztown provides custom VO and imaging across all formats, including commercial VO and copywriting in partnership with Yamanair Creative. Benztown Radio Networks produces, markets, and distributes high-quality programming and services to radio stations around the world, including: The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown, The Daily Dees Show, The Todd-N-Tyler Radio Empire, Hot Mix, Sunday Night Slow Jams with R Dub!, Flashback, Top 10 Now, AudioLogger, Audio Architecture, Radio Merch Shop, The Rooster Show Prep, AmeriCountry, and Benztown Swag Bank. Benztown + McVay Media Podcast Networks produces and markets premium podcasts including: The Making of: A National Geographic Podcast, Run It Again, Hot Chicken and Cage-Free Conversation with Byron Kennedy, and Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth.Web: benztown.comFacebook: facebook.com/benztownradioTwitter: @benztownradioLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/benztownInstagram: instagram.com/benztownradio
Ep. 41 Michael Harrison EPISODE SUMMARY:  Michael Harrison has held multiple positions in front of and behind the mic at many legendary stations, hosted syndicated shows, written for publications, created TALKERS, and more! Harrison discusses his eventful career including being at the forefront of several rising formats and innovations as Michael and Chachi sit down for a chat!On this episode of Chachi Loves Everybody, Chachi talks to Michael about:Starting his career by creating one of the first progressive rock radio stations on Long IslandGoing to NYC and working for 3 different formats at once and teaching at the same timeMoving to San Diego and his instrumental role in the creation of the AOR format. Hosting a few syndicated shows and working with Norm Pattiz in the early days of Westwood OnePublishing his own radio charts in his Good Phone publication and getting bought out by BillboardMoving to talk radio and fulfilling a life long dream of being Founding TALKERS Magazine, TALKERS.com and the TALKERS ConventionJoining the band Gun Hill Road and releasing music with themWhat the radio industry must do to stay relevantAnd more!Read Michael’s Talkers publication at Talkers.comAnd Listen Gun Hill Road’s newest single hereABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST: Michael Harrison has worked at legendary stations from coast to coast including WNEW in New York, KMET in LA, KRPI in Sand Diego, TIC in hartford and WCBS NY. Founded the AOR format, hosted several syndicated shows, was the first managing editor for R&R, has been a columnist for Billboard, station owner, member of the band Gun Hill Road, and creator of TALKERS.ABOUT THE PODCAST: Chachi Loves Everybody is brought to you by Benztown and hosted by the President of Benztown, Dave “Chachi” Denes. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the myths and legends of the radio industry.PEOPLE MENTIONED: Mike McVay, Richard Neer, Rosko, Scott Muni, Allison Steele, Jonathan Schwartz, Pete Fornatale, John Zacherle, Vonner Paulson, Ron Jacobs, Bob Wilson, Lee Abrams, Allen Shaw, Mike Brown, Sam Bellamy, Alex Bennett, Sue Steinberg, Norm Pattiz, Lee Zito, Mel Karmazin, Al Herskovitz, Dan MasonABOUT BENZTOWN: Benztown is a leading international audio imaging, production library, voiceover, programming, podcasting, and jingle production company with over 3,000 affiliations on six different continents. Benztown provides audio brands and radio stations of all formats with end-to-end imaging and production, making high-quality sound and world-class audio branding a reality for radio stations of all market sizes and budgets. Benztown was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 by Inc. magazine for five consecutive years as one of America’s Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies. With studios in Los Angeles, New York, London and Stuttgart, Benztown offers the highest quality audio imaging work parts for 23 libraries across 15 music and spoken word formats including AC, Hot AC, CHR, Country, Hip Hop and R&B, Rhythmic, Classic Hits, Rock, News/Talk, Sports, and JACK. Benztown provides custom VO and imaging across all formats, including commercial VO and copywriting in partnership with Yamanair Creative. Benztown Radio Networks produces, markets, and distributes high-quality programming and services to radio stations around the world, including: The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown, The Daily Dees Show, The Todd-N-Tyler Radio Empire, Hot Mix, Sunday Night Slow Jams with R Dub!, Flashback, Top 10 Now, AudioLogger, Audio Architecture, Radio Merch Shop, The Rooster Show Prep, AmeriCountry, and Benztown Swag Bank. Benztown + McVay Media Podcast Networks produces and markets premium podcasts including: The Making of: A National Geographic Podcast, Run It Again, Hot Chicken and Cage-Free Conversation with Byron Kennedy, and Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth.Web: benztown.comFacebook: facebook.com/benztownradioTwitter: @benztownradioLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/benztownInstagram: instagram.com/benztownradio
#517 – Weekly Figs Hello and welcome to the Hacking Self Storage podcast!   In this episode, we will be discussing the weekly figures for all our sites. Thank you for listening, and we hope you find this episode informative and enjoyable. Give a listen.   Mr Self Storage: https://www.mrselfstorage.com/ Hacking Self Storage Website: https://hackingselfstorage.co.uk/ Hacking Self Storage on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2eb1gpBCts2RRFFUl2k9OS Hacking Self Storage on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/hacking-self-storage/id1481445995 Dean's email: [email protected]
#518 – 8 Reasons Why I Love Self Storage! Good morning Store Nation! Thank you for tuning in to the Motivated Entrepreneurs podcast. Today we are talking about 8 reasons why I love self-storage and how it can benefit both individuals and businesses. Hope you gain some new knowledge and insight from this episode. Give a listen.   Mr Self Storage: https://www.mrselfstorage.com/ Hacking Self Storage Website: https://hackingselfstorage.co.uk/ Hacking Self Storage on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2eb1gpBCts2RRFFUl2k9OS Hacking Self Storage on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/hacking-self-storage/id1481445995 Dean's email: [email protected]
#519 – Your Website Is The Best Investment You Will Make Good morning everyone! Thank you for tuning in to the Hacking Self Storage podcast. A website is an essential investment for any business or individual looking to establish a strong online presence. Your website is the face of your business and serves as the foundation for all of your online marketing efforts. A well-designed website can help you attract and retain customers, increase brand awareness, and boost your bottom line. Investing in a professional website will provide you with a reliable platform to showcase your products or services and engage with your target audience. With the right strategy and maintenance, your website can be a long-term asset that generates consistent leads and revenue for your business. Hope you gain some new knowledge and insight from this episode. Give a listen.   Mr Self Storage: https://www.mrselfstorage.com/ Hacking Self Storage Website: https://hackingselfstorage.co.uk/ Hacking Self Storage on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2eb1gpBCts2RRFFUl2k9OS Hacking Self Storage on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/hacking-self-storage/id1481445995 Dean's email: [email protected]
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Union City Radio Union City Radio Highlights Hands Off DC scores a win; AFGE’s new local for European feds; I AM Story: the strike that rocked Memphis; “Kroger, Safeway, don’t merge in our neighborhood!”; Emergency action for fired Union Kitchen worker.
Today’s labor quote: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.        
Today’s labor history: IWW organizies the Leviathan.

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Today’s labor quote: Frances Perkins.
Today’s labor history: Immigrants rally across U.S. for rights.
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Union City Radio Two from AFGE Federal workers union sees largest membership increase in almost seven years; TA at VA.
Today’s labor quote: Frances Perkins.
Today’s labor history: Immigrants rally across U.S. for rights.
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Today’s labor quote: D. Taylor.
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Union City Radio World Bank food service workers going hungry According to survey results released last Thursday by UNITE HERE Local 23.
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Today’s labor history: Jackie Robinson plays his first major league game with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
   
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Today’s labor quote: Florence Reece.
Today’s labor history: The Iron City Forge of the Sons of Vulcan – forerunners of United Steel Workers – forms.   
 
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Union City Radio Solid State Books workers unionize Store owners voluntarily recognize UFCW 400 as their workers’ union.
Today’s labor quote: Florence Reece.
Today’s labor history: The Iron City Forge of the Sons of Vulcan – forerunners of United Steel Workers – forms.   
 
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Today’s labor quote: Eugene Debs.  
Today’s labor history: International Hod Carriers & Building Laborers’ Union
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Union City Radio LexisNexis employees unionize MLex Guild covers more than 20 workers at MLex and FTCWatch in Washington, San Francisco and New York.
Today’s labor quote: Eugene Debs.  
Today’s labor history: International Hod Carriers & Building Laborers’ Union
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Today’s labor quote: Marlene Patrick Cooper.  
Today’s labor history: Mexican and Filipino farm workers arrested for union activities in Imperial Valley, CA.   

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Union City Radio Compass contract fight comes to World Bank UNITE HERE members demand a $20 per hour minimum for Compass workers who serve elite clients in DC.
Today’s labor quote: Marlene Patrick Cooper.  
Today’s labor history: Mexican and Filipino farm workers arrested for union activities in Imperial Valley, CA.   

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Today’s labor quote: A. Philip Randolph.
Today’s labor history: First women-led American union launches six-day strike across New England.

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Union City Radio Union City Radio Highlights Two from AFGE; Solid State Books workers unionize; LexisNexis employees unionize; Compass contract fight comes to World Bank.
Today’s labor quote: A. Philip Randolph.
Today’s labor history: First women-led American union launches six-day strike across New England.

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Today’s labor quote: Fre Bryant.
Today’s labor history: West Virginia coal miners strike.

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Union City Radio NY hotel workers score historic pay raise Agreement — which boosts some wages to more than $31 an hour — covers 7,000 Hotel and Gaming Trades Council members.
Today’s labor quote: Fre Bryant.
Today’s labor history: West Virginia coal miners strike.

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Today’s labor quote: Bernie Sanders.
Today’s labor history: 168 killed by American domestic terrorist’s bomb.

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Union City Radio Bernie’s power lessons Bernie Sanders speech to the Oxford Union on how power in the U.S. is used against unions.
Today’s labor quote: Bernie Sanders.
Today’s labor history: 168 killed by American domestic terrorist’s bomb.

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Today’s labor quote: A. Philip Randolph.
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Union City Radio MD labor celebrates win on union dues One of labor’s biggest wins in the just-ended Maryland General Assembly session was House Bill 2 (Union Dues Subtraction), reports Maryland State & DC AFL-CIO President Donna Edwards.
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Today’s labor history: SCOTUS’ most controversial ruling: Lochner v. New York.     

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Episode Highlights:
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Are Real Estate Agents Collaborative Or Competitive?- EP 186 On this episode of the Real Estate Fight Club Podcast, Jenn and Monica duke it out about whether real estate is collaborative or competitive. Does it depend on how many deals you do? What are the pros and cons to the two perspectives? Tune in to get the full scoop.
 
Episode Highlights:
Monica says life is good and full of opportunities. What do you do when you have too many?
Jenn talks about how setting priorities will filter what you say yes and no to.
Jenn herself does not feel competitive about real estate but she does think many do see it that way.
If you are among the agents who do 4-5 deals a year, a large percentage of your total is in each deal therefore you have a lot at stake and probably a more competitive mindset.
How do you get in the way of your client’s best interest?
Monica says this can depend on what lens you’re looking at it through.
Just because you have an agency relationship doesn’t mean you have to be combative.
What is most beneficial to you? To the client? To the industry?
Monica loves to compete for business but she explains when and how that plays out.
If you are a top producing agent and you’re looking at this business from a competitive, scarcity standpoint, Monica has a challenge for you to think about.
Where do you look for collaboration?
Monica talks about how she handles other agents who are hard to deal with.
What about condescending agents?
If you’re a newer agent there are ways to de-escalate situations with agents who have been in the business awhile and are getting frustrated.
Jenn and Monica have advice about your focus and adjusting the amount of deals as well. 




3 Key Points:
Jenn talks about how she wishes real estate was more collaborative. She herself is a collaborative person and things the team approach makes sense but taking a look at agents internationally, she thinks the general consensus would be competitive.
 Monica would say that it is collaborative. She discusses the different lens agents may see the industry through and what is most beneficial overall for you, your client, and the industry.
Jenn and Monica discuss tips for when co-op agents are combative or uncooperative.
Resources Mentioned: 
Jenn Murtland LinkedIn | Facebook | (513) 400-1691 | Website | Instagram
https://jennifermurtland.com/Vault/
Monica Weakley website | LinkedIn | Facebook
Real Estate Fight Club Podcast  Facebook page | Instagram | YouTube

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Episode 79: Houston Gaines This month, Phil welcomes back Houston Gaines, Georgia State House Representative 120 and Vice Chairman of the Majority Caucus. What was the first lesson you learned about finances? Why is financial literacy a valuable addition to education systems? In this episode, Houston discusses legislation regarding financial literacy education. Listen in to learn more!   Resources: Houston Gaines, State House Representative 120, Vice Chairman of the Majority Caucus https://www.houstongaines.com/   Please send Comments, Questions, and Feedback to: [email protected] Please send First Friday Feedback submissions to: [email protected]
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