Episode 42: Re-Inventing the Convenience Store Chain - Mary Beth Green, Chief Innovation Officer @ Sheetz
Agile Giants: Lessons from Corporate Innovators
If you live in Pennsylvania or one of the surrounding six states, you've likely pulled into a Sheetz Gas Station not to get gas, but to order & eat food. That's right high-quality quick serve food customized to your preferences. Sheetz pioneered this "made to order" quick-serve style food in a gas station. On this week's episode of Agile Giants Mary Beth Green shares her experiences building a team and putting an innovation process that is working to re-invent the category again.
Rumblings of a Revolution – Music, Humor, and Commentary. Beth Green is a worldwide phenomenon combining her intuitive wisdom with her incredible piano playing to bring you Granny Rocks: The Music and Message of Beth Green three times a week live on facebook. The popular show combines her wit, wisdom and uncommon sense to enchant her audiences and make them think and feel a little deeper than before. Join the conversation with Beth and Rev. Patricia and learn more about Beth who is 75 years old and has been disabled most of her life. Beth was unable to play piano since she was 15 years old until at 73 she received a deep knowing to buy a 7 ft grand piano. Not even knowing if she could physically play, she followed her guidance and the music began to flow. Beth Green is the granny of Granny Rocks – The Music & Message of Beth Green. Granny Rocks! live streams three times a week on Facebook @grannyrockson. The show airs Mondays and Wednesdays and is Beth’s chance to speak to her audience about everything human, and she talks from the inside out. On Thursdays, she broadcasts Dreams of Peace Improvisational Piano Music, where she improvises on the acoustic piano by connecting her spirit to yours. The music is amazing — inspiring, moving and uplifting. On all her livestreams, Beth is accompanied by her husband “Sweet Baby” James Maynard. Visit bethgreen.org and on Facebook. Say “Alexa or Okay Google play Sacred Stories podcast” or subscribe to our podcast at Sacred Stories on iTunes.
In this conversation, I get to talk data, a decade of Cardus Education Survey results (www.cardus.ca/research/education/), and the impact of religious schools in particular Protestant Evangelical schools with Beth Green. We both love data, research, and our profession, which I think comes out in the conversation. However, the question in the title comes from the end of the conversation where I ask Beth a question that many of my friends, family members, and other parents have asked me over the past decade. Beth Green is a Senior Fellow in Education for Cardus (www.cardus.ca), and formerly Program Director of Cardus Education. She is also Visiting Professor: Research, Integration, and Educational Formation at Tyndale University College in Toronto. Beth is a former high school history teacher who has worked in both government and non-government schools in the UK.
#8 Addicted: Is Our Society Responsible? Guest Beth Green Explores All Our Addictions
From My Heart to Yours
Whether you are talking about sugar addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, Sex addiction or a substance addiction like alcohol or heroin, Beth suggests that there is a societal connection. Hear her revolutionary ideas about addiction that could lead to addiction recovery of a different kind! Listen to a radical perspective that might help you have more compassion for yourself and others. Be sure to subscribe! Grab my free gift at https://heal.helenhillix.com/freegift
Our next podcast we have a special guest, Elizabeth Green, who talks to us about her initial idea to start publishing articles that were very practical and subsequently building the biggest global veterinary publishing company, Brief Media. Beth is an inspiring person that dreams about how to make our veterinary life better.
Encore: Work, Housework, Money and Fun - The Invisible Connection That Keeps Us Down: An Interview with Beth Green
Inner Revolutionary Radio
In 1950, guest Beth Green heard a popular song: “Lucky, lucky, lucky me, I’m a lucky son of a gun. I work 8 hours, I sleep 8 hours and have 8 hours of fun.” Even as a child, Beth was baffled by those words. People worked 8 hours and slept 8 hours but definitely didn’t have 8 hours for fun. Who does? This little ditty shows the lie that we live every day: the lie that work is what we get paid for. This narrow definition ignores all the unpaid work we do every day and disguises how housework and relaxation are connected to work. Aren’t we either getting ourselves ready for work, recovering from work, helping others function at work, avoiding work or raising the next generation of workers? Beth says the way we have been taught to connect work with money has led to the disempowerment of men and women, blinded us to our overwork and kept us divided and down. So what do we do? Let’s start by revolutionizing the conversation about work right now! Tune in to this show and call if you can.
How to Be Happier in Our Intimate Relationships: A Conversation with Beth Green, a Very Human and Married Guru Shakes Up Our Perspectives!
Inner Revolutionary Radio
Who wouldn’t like to learn the secret of being happier in our intimate relationships? Don’t you wish you could figure out how to be less reactive to the things that bug you about him/her? Wouldn’t you like to learn to more loving even when you want to shout instead? What IS the secret to intimacy? Is it settling for what you get or is it trying to change yourself and each other? What did you learn from your family or childhood about intimate relationships? Were your parents happy and affectionate? Listen to Host Helen Hillix interview Beth Green and learn how we can all improve our intimate connections. You are sure to find out things that you can practice on your own and make your own intimate relationships better.