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Live with Kim Jones at Hackensack Brewing

Oh the Pain Podcast with Joe Benigno

Episode 107 Oh The Pain Podcast with Joe Benigno --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ohthepainpodcast/support

53mins

20 Oct 2022

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107. [Client Discussion] Refusing to Speak At Meetings to Speaker, Author and Morning TV with Kim Jones

Be In Demand with Laurie-Ann Murabito

Quitting her corporate job was the answer to her shy streak and method to avoid speaking at meetings. However, Kim decided this fear of public speaking was not going to have hold of her anymore. Despite her fears of being the center of attention, she hired me as her coach. During our work together Kim not only gave her first speech to an audience filled with her ideal clients, she got hired to write a book on her expertise and shared her tips on morning TV.Kim Davidson Jones, Owner of Lock and Key Home, Speaker and Author of The No-Nonsense Home Organization Plan, along with the mom to twins.Lock and Key exists to make the lives of moms easier daily. In creating order, peacefulness, and calm around the often-chaotic home environment, this allows families, busy professionals to focus on spending time together, enjoying life, and being less stressed. Her tips and tricks have been featured in Today Show.com, Zelle.com, ClosetMaid, Kentucky Living Magazine, Auto Accessories, and Bare Minerals.Check out what you’ll learn:Why Kim thought quitting her corporate job was the answer to her shyness, so that she could avoid her fear of public speaking.The New Year’s Resolution to conquer her fear of public speaking and how her friends didn’t believe her. This was one of those defining moments where she believed more in herself and not letting fears dictate her life anymore.How she pitched herself like a pro for her very first conference filled with her ideal clients. And she explains why she wasn’t nervous during her very first speaking event and felt confident and empowered as she had fun with her audience.How she used the same strategy to get on TV as she did on stage. She is now known as the Famous Home Organizer!Kim is living proof that you can overcome any fear, even the fear of public speaking!Connect with Kim at:Her website Instagram: Facebook Links and resources mentioned in this episode:Grab the FREE resource Go from Unknown to Visible.Follow me on Instagram: @laurieann.murabitoFor more about me and what I do, check out my website.If you’re looking for support to grow your business faster, get fully booked and profitable, schedule a call to explore if you’d be a good fit for one of my coaching programs. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it, so that more people like you can learn about this podcast. My mission is to help more people communicate with confidence and tap into the organic marketing benefits public speaking offers.Thank you for listening,LA

29mins

17 Jul 2022

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TRB EPI 11: How to Navigate the Summer Slide featuring Kim Jones, Educator, Founder + CEO, Intentional Intervention

The Reframed Brain

Today's Reframed Brain episode was live and a continuation of our education conversation on navigating learning loss over the summer guest co-host, Kim Jones, Educator, Founder + CEO, Intentional Intervention. If you would like to receive a summary of the tips provided in this podcast episode, join the community and subscribe:  www.TheReframedBrain.com Please subscribe and like The Reframed Brain Podcast YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8x7DWSronwIUnYBNKZPVsQ Kimberly Jones is celebrating her 21st year in the world of early childhood Education.  She led classroom instruction for 12 years and works currently on the administrative instructional leadership team as the lead instruction and curriculum specialist for Rock Spring Elementary School in Henry County School District.   Mrs. Jones has worked closely with administrative teams and classroom teachers to deliver timely professional development, provide research-based interventions/progress monitoring tools for teachers and students, modeling effective instructional practices, and provide feedback on instructional programming.  She is currently a member of Henry County’s Leadership and Development Cohort and additional Leadership Development programs. Kimberly Jones is a proud alumni and graduate of Albany State University’s 2001 Early Childhood Education program, received her Master’s degree from Grand Canyon University in Reading Curriculum and Instruction and her Educational Specialist from Walden University in Early Childhood Education.  Kimberly Jones was employed by Atlanta Public Schools for 15 years and Dekalb County for 4 years, and Dougherty County Schools for one year.   She is the founder and CEO of Intention Intervention, an educational consulting company that serves as a platform to bridge students’ current performance with specific and individual interventions that produce positive student outcomes.  Mrs. Jones advocates and champions for not only students, but parents and caregivers to present tools needed to see growth and progress for present and future success.  Her personalized attention to each student and family has proven to be the bridge strategically build a solid foundation needed for achievement. You can connect with Kim Jones here: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/kim-jones-90ab22126 Send business inquiries to: intentionalintervention7@gmail.com July 30 Nationwide Virtual Event - How Parents Can Prepare for Upcoming School Year! More information forthcoming on Kim’s LinkedIn page If you or someone you know may be considering death by suicide, please, please call or text one of the numbers. You are loved and not alone. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 1–800–273–8255 National Institute of Mental Health Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor 24/7 National Institute of Mental Health WhatsApp: https://api.whatsapp.com/send/?phone=... Disclaimer: Erica Savage Wilson is not a medical practitioner, therapist, or counselor. This podcast is not a substitute for medical or mental health services. Erica's brain health champion expertise is centered in having sustained a traumatic brain injury in March 2021 and having to adapt to a new life of active healing and ongoing recovery.

48mins

22 Jun 2022

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Eli Russell Linnetz Talks Getting a Masterclass in Running a Fashion House from Kim Jones

Dior Common Thread

The Dior Common Thread podcast series represents a fascinating new avenue for exploring the collaborations initiated by Kim Jones since his arrival at Dior. Each episode will present a compelling encounter with one of the inspiring figures who have participated in his endlessly original reinventions. In conversation with Ed Tang, each recounts their unique experience and shares their singular vision, providing an immersive new window into the world of Dior Men. In this episode, Tang speaks with ERL’s Eli Russell Linnetz a week after his ‘California Couture’ show with Kim Jones for the Dior men’s Spring 2023 capsule, marking both the House’s debut co-branded collection and the first ever runway show for the young designer.  Melding nods to couture, film, music, art and skateboarding, the pioneering show revisited Dior codes through playful nods to the designer’s own SoCal roots, referencing everything from “Home Alone” to family Christmases in ‘90s America, while padded skater shoes adopt the tones of a California sunset.   Linnetz, who describes watching the show from backstage with Kim Jones, still sees the experience as being a bit surreal. “Some things in life feel like a dream, but also when you put so much work into it there’s a bit of grounding that happens through the process,” he tells Tang.   The designer also shares how he was introduced to Kim Jones through their mutual friend Ronnie Cooke Newhouse. In the space of a 45-second phone call, they had agreed to do the collaboration.   “[Kim] said, “Do you want to do this?” and I said, “Yes.” And I think it was the next week or the week after, the whole Dior team arrived and we designed the collection at my studio,” says Linnetz, revealing that it’s the freest he’s ever felt with any collaboration. “It was a masterclass in how to run a fashion house,” he adds.  It’s been a long time coming for Linnetz, who started out in film but had always dreamt of doing something in fashion. Born and raised in Venice Beach, California, where the Dior show took place, the multifaceted designer after graduating attended film school and soon found himself directing music videos and stage tours for Kanye West. Working for West, Lady Gaga and other high-profile personalities, Linnetz, who had also started shooting fashion campaigns, was yearning to create something for himself. In 2018, he started ERL from nothing. And after turning to Adrian Joffe from Comme des Garçons for advice, “What started out as me making a T-shirt for the opening of Dover Street Market L.A. turned into a whole brand.”  Tune in to hear the young designer talk about his journey and what he learned from working with Kim Jones.

34mins

20 Jun 2022

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TRB EPI 10: The Tiered Educational Approach featuring Kim Jones, Educator, Founder + CEO, Intentional Intervention

The Reframed Brain

Today's Reframed Brain episode walks us through the three tiered approach to education with an educator who’s mantra can be found in her passion - equity over everything -welcome our guest Kim Jones, Educator, Founder + CEO, Intentional Intervention. If you would like to receive a summary of the tips provided in this podcast episode, join the community and subscribe:  www.TheReframedBrain.com Please subscribe and like The Reframed Brain Podcast YouTube channel! Kimberly Jones is celebrating her 21st year in the world of early childhood Education.  She led classroom instruction for 12 years and works currently on the administrative instructional leadership team as the lead instruction and curriculum specialist for Rock Spring Elementary School in Henry County School District.   Mrs. Jones has worked closely with administrative teams and classroom teachers to deliver timely professional development, provide research-based interventions/progress monitoring tools for teachers and students, modeling effective instructional practices, and provide feedback on instructional programming.  She is currently a member of Henry County’s Leadership and Development Cohort and additional Leadership Development programs. Kimberly Jones is a proud alumni and graduate of Albany State University’s 2001 Early Childhood Education program, received her Master’s degree from Grand Canyon University in Reading Curriculum and Instruction and her Educational Specialist from Walden University in Early Childhood Education.  Kimberly Jones was employed by Atlanta Public Schools for 15 years and Dekalb County for 4 years, and Dougherty County Schools for one year.   She is the founder and CEO of Intention Intervention, an educational consulting company that serves as a platform to bridge students’ current performance with specific and individual interventions that produce positive student outcomes.  Mrs. Jones advocates and champions for not only students, but parents and caregivers to present tools needed to see growth and progress for present and future success.  Her personalized attention to each student and family has proven to be the bridge strategically build a solid foundation needed for achievement. You can connect with Kim Jones here: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/kim-jones-90ab22126 Send business inquiries to: intentionalintervention7@gmail.com June 20 (Juneteenth) - Official Intentional Intervention Website Launch - site address to be announced on launch day! July 30 Nationwide Virtual Event - How Parents Can Prepare for Upcoming School Year! More information forthcoming on Kim’s LinkedIn page If you or someone you know may be considering death by suicide, please, please call or text one of the numbers. You are loved and not alone. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 1–800–273–8255 National Institute of Mental Health Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor 24/7 National Institute of Mental Health WhatsApp: https://api.whatsapp.com/send/?phone=... Disclaimer: Erica Savage Wilson is not a medical practitioner, therapist, or counselor. This podcast is not a substitute for medical or mental health services. Erica's brain health champion expertise is centered in having sustained a traumatic brain injury in March 2021 and having to adapt to a new life of active healing and ongoing recovery.

48mins

6 Jun 2022

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Sisterhood Conference 2022 | Pastor Kim Jones

Bethel Family Worship Center

Welcome to the weekly podcast of Bethel Family Worship Center. To learn more, visit our website at http://bfwc.net or download the BFWC App (https://www.bfwc.net/mobile-app). To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world, click here: https://www.elexiogiving.com/App/Giving/bfwc

1hr 15mins

19 May 2022

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S2 Ep2: Kim Jones and Druski on social media, destigmatizing mental illness and more

Love & Respect with Killer Mike

Michael Render (aka, Killer Mike) discusses the link between crime and mental illness with Kim Jones, Executive Director of Georgia's National Alliance on Mental Illness. Plus, comedian Druski drops by.

21mins

25 Apr 2022

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Jeff & Kim Jones (XO Conference)

Reliance Community Podcast

Jeff & Kim Jones (XO Conference) by Pastor Aaron Wallace

34mins

7 Mar 2022

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Kim Jones - 105 - Alain Elkann Interviews

Alain Elkann Interviews

ON THE ROAD WITH DIOR. British menswear designer Kim Jones joined Dior Men as artistic director in 2018. In 2020 he was also named artistic director at Fendi, a position that was previously held by Karl Lagerfeld.

29mins

6 Feb 2022

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Bills Pod Squad | S2: Ep. 4 | Kim Jones

Bills Pod Squad

NFL Network's Kim Jones joins Kim Pegula and Maddy Glab on this week's episode of Bills Pod Squad. Jones shares her thoughts on Buffalo's start to the season and ID's one player she has been the most impressed with. She tells her journey to becoming a reporter and some of her favorite interviews she has done along the way from covering the NY Yankees to the NFL. Jones also explains how football saved her life with the health scare she had at a Washington practice. Jones and Pegula share some of their craziest travel stories and what they can't live without on the road.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

49mins

30 Sep 2021

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