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TPX29: Ashley Jones – Love not lost through meaningful photography

PhotoBizX The Ultimate Portrait and Wedding Photography Business Podcast

Ashley Jones is the driving force behind Love Not Lost – an organisation supporting people in grief and helping people heal by connecting portrait photographers with families facing a terminal diagnosis.Ashley, through Love Not Lost, is on a mission to revolutionise the way we heal in grief by preserving memories for those they love – at no cost to them.Ashley and her husband have endured this same grief when they lost their beautiful daughter, Skylar.Their friends gifted them a portrait session to help preserve her memories. At the time, Ashley didn't realise how powerful these photos would become. They gave her a way to hold onto her baby girl.Big thanks to ImagenAI for sponsoring and making this episode possible. If you'd love to have your post-processing after every shoot done for you – in minutes and at super affordable costs (around 5c/image) you need to take a look at ImagenAI.Photo by Sarah HarmsHere’s some of what we cover: What is Love Not Lost Misconceptions about grief How Ashley coped with the grief of losing her daughter How Ashley started her photography business How to start a non-profit organization Sourcing funds to run the non-profit Bridging the gap between people who wanted to help and the people who are suffering Finding photographers to volunteer for Love Not Lost Things to consider before sending off photographers to families The training each photographer goes through before photographing terminally ill clients The booking process Post-processing Discussing copyright Using pain to support other people Loving people better through employing diverse photographers What is your big takeaway?Following this interview, I’d love to read your feedback and comments. Was there something from this interview that struck a chord, inspired or motivated you?Will you take any kind of action after hearing what Ashley had to share?As we experience losses throughout our lives, we want people to feel loved and supported. – Ashley JonesLet me know by leaving your thoughts in the comments below.If you have any questions that I missed, a specific question you’d like to ask Ashley or if you just want to say thanks for coming on the show, feel free to add them below too. My hope with Love Not Lost is that we can kind of combat the pain cycle in the world by stepping in and really loving people even in the midst of their suffering. – Ashley Jones When we can step in and love people, that's when the healing happens. – Ashley JonesLinks to people, places and things mentioned in this episode:Love Not Lost WebsiteHow Can I Love You Better WebsiteLove Not Lost on FacebookLove Not Lost on InstagramLove Not Lost on TwitterStefanie FinnemoreImagenAI – artificial intelligent photo editing for professional photographersShootProofWPPI ExpoPhoto by Tessa MarieThank you!Thanks again for listening and thanks to Ashley for coming on and experimenting with a new and different format for this photography podcast and for sharing her thoughts, expertise, views and ideas.The thing about grief is that it's just love in another form. – Ashley JonesAlso, big thanks to ImagenAI for sponsoring this episode of the podcast! If you're looking for the easiest, cheapest, fastest way to replicate yourself in regards to editing your photography, you need to try this service for yourself!The real beauty of this Artificial Intelligent way of editing is it really does learn your editing style and apply it to your files – in literally seconds! It continues to learn as you develop your style, it's a fraction of the cost of outsourcing to an image editing company or training a VA from any country to do your editing.You need to try this to believe it.When I first heard about ImagenAI, I didn't think it was going to work. After the free trial, I was blown away. It pretty much nails my editing style and has cut my editing a ton. I highly recommend you give this app a shot. – Anthony GuanaIf you have any suggestions, comments or questions about this episode, please be sure to leave them below in the comment section of this post, and if you liked the episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post!That’s it for me, hope everything is going well for you in life and photography!Thanks and speak soonAndrew The post TPX29: Ashley Jones – Love not lost through meaningful photography appeared first on Photography Business Xposed - Photography Podcast - how to build and market your portrait and wedding photography business.

59mins

19 Aug 2021

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TPX29: Ashley Jones – Love not lost through meaningful photography

Photography Xperiment Podcast

Ashley Jones is the driving force behind Love Not Lost – an organisation supporting people in grief and helping people heal by connecting portrait photographers with families facing a terminal diagnosis.Ashley, through Love Not Lost, is on a mission to revolutionise the way we heal in grief by preserving memories for those they love – at no cost to them.Ashley and her husband have endured this same grief when they lost their beautiful daughter, Skylar.Their friends gifted them a portrait session to help preserve her memories. At the time, Ashley didn't realise how powerful these photos would become. They gave her a way to hold onto her baby girl.Big thanks to ImagenAI for sponsoring and making this episode possible. If you'd love to have your post-processing after every shoot done for you – in minutes and at super affordable costs (around 5c/image) you need to take a look at ImagenAI.Photo by Sarah HarmsHere’s some of what we cover: What is Love Not Lost Misconceptions about grief How Ashley coped with the grief of losing her daughter How Ashley started her photography business How to start a non-profit organization Sourcing funds to run the non-profit Bridging the gap between people who wanted to help and the people who are suffering Finding photographers to volunteer for Love Not Lost Things to consider before sending off photographers to families The training each photographer goes through before photographing terminally ill clients The booking process Post-processing Discussing copyright Using pain to support other people Loving people better through employing diverse photographers What is your big takeaway?Following this interview, I’d love to read your feedback and comments. Was there something from this interview that struck a chord, inspired or motivated you?Will you take any kind of action after hearing what Ashley had to share?As we experience losses throughout our lives, we want people to feel loved and supported. – Ashley JonesLet me know by leaving your thoughts in the comments below.If you have any questions that I missed, a specific question you’d like to ask Ashley or if you just want to say thanks for coming on the show, feel free to add them below too. My hope with Love Not Lost is that we can kind of combat the pain cycle in the world by stepping in and really loving people even in the midst of their suffering. – Ashley Jones When we can step in and love people, that's when the healing happens. – Ashley JonesLinks to people, places and things mentioned in this episode:Love Not Lost WebsiteHow Can I Love You Better WebsiteLove Not Lost on FacebookLove Not Lost on InstagramLove Not Lost on TwitterStefanie FinnemoreImagenAI – artificial intelligent photo editing for professional photographersShootProofWPPI ExpoPhoto by Tessa MarieThank you!Thanks again for listening and thanks to Ashley for coming on and experimenting with a new and different format for this photography podcast and for sharing her thoughts, expertise, views and ideas.The thing about grief is that it's just love in another form. – Ashley JonesAlso, big thanks to ImagenAI for sponsoring this episode of the podcast! If you're looking for the easiest, cheapest, fastest way to replicate yourself in regards to editing your photography, you need to try this service for yourself!The real beauty of this Artificial Intelligent way of editing is it really does learn your editing style and apply it to your files – in literally seconds! It continues to learn as you develop your style, it's a fraction of the cost of outsourcing to an image editing company or training a VA from any country to do your editing.You need to try this to believe it.When I first heard about ImagenAI, I didn't think it was going to work. After the free trial, I was blown away. It pretty much nails my editing style and has cut my editing a ton. I highly recommend you give this app a shot. – Anthony GuanaIf you have any suggestions, comments or questions about this episode, please be sure to leave them below in the comment section of this post, and if you liked the episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post!That’s it for me, hope everything is going well for you in life and photography!Thanks and speak soonAndrew The post TPX29: Ashley Jones – Love not lost through meaningful photography appeared first on Photography Business Xposed - Photography Podcast - how to build and market your portrait and wedding photography business.

19 Aug 2021

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183: Olympia qualification with Ashley Jones

Grow or Die Podcast

You guys are in for a real treat today! Inside today’s episode we bring you guys the most special guest to date. Ashley Jones takes the mic to dive into her journey to becoming a an Olympian. We talk about the adversity of switching divisions and how keeping a positive outlook on her worst days helped her get one step closer to the ultimate goal. After placing 3rd in Tampa, AJ had a chip on her shoulder going into the Texas Pro. She did not disappoint. This podcast is brought to you by Revive Supplements and RAW Nutrition. Use code Mihaly at checkout for Revive and RAW. Follow us on Instagram! Podcast: @growordie Justin: @jmihaly_ Brandon: @Brandon_longtime

58mins

19 Aug 2021

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The Extracast - Ashley Jones, marketingSHOWCASE

Lets Run Facebook Ads: The Podcast

This week they are joined by Ashley Jones from @FrameworkMediaLtd. Ashley is one of the Directors of this family business, and after completing his study with The Chartered Institute of Marketing, he launched marketingSHOWCASE a successful regional event series designed to keep forward thinking marketers in the loop with the latest ideas, products and solutions. Most recently, in response to the pandemic, Ashley has hosted over 1000 marketers whilst presenting their new online event format 👊 When he’s not at work he’s either on the golf course, running or changing nappies (of his newborn son we must add!).-----------------------To join our Lets Run Facebook Ads Facebook group click here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/letsrunsocialadsReady to explode your ad campaign results but don't know how? Whether you are running ads for your own business, or for your clients' we can help! Visit - https://theadsclinic.com/ 

1hr 15mins

23 Apr 2021

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Episode 9. Ashley Jones. Head Strength and Conditioning Coach For Houston SaberCats Major League Rugby Team.

Flight Performance Podcast

Ashley Jones is the head strength and conditioning coach for the Houston SaberCats major league rugby team. Topics Discussed :- Precautions/ Changes made with incoming players as a result of covid.-The Systems that Ashley has put in place in the weight room. -Ashley's big rocks for training.-The future of the MLR.

58mins

3 Mar 2021

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Ep. 91: Ashley Jones - What The Loss of My Daughter Taught Me About Love

Dear Life with Christina Rasmussen

On today’s episode, I’m happy to introduce you to Ashley Jones, the founder of the Love Not Lost Foundation. Ashley shares with us her incredible story of what it was like to lose a very young child to a terminal illness, and how that experience changed her forever, in ways that she did not expect. The way that she describes how her love for her daughter Skylar now has no boundaries and has expanded out into the world is so beautiful and inspiring. What she experienced personally, and also as she began to support others, is that the old definition of grief and the language we use to talk about death and loss are not actually very helpful. In an effort to revolutionize grief and how we support those that are grieving, she created the Love Not Lost Foundation. During this conversation, Ashley shares her own experience of grief and how she has reentered this new life. She realized that no one had taught her how to grieve or given her any realistic expectation of what it would actually feel like. She felt that there are no clearly defined stages of grief, but that it is a fluid and ever changing experience that shifts with us throughout our lives.  We speak about how the old model of grief shows up in the workplace and with our family and friends. Things like getting creative with how managers support employees who are experiencing loss, the importance of language and the words we say and things we do trying to support people but often creating more pain or a feeling of dismissal. If you are a manager or CEO in a company, I encourage you to listen to this episode, or share it with someone that is. “So often we see death as the enemy, but the enemy is actually disconnection. We want to disconnect from ourselves and each other in our grief, but really that’s the opposite of what we should be doing.” ~ Ashley Jones Ashley also speaks about what led her to begin offering portrait sessions to families experiencing a terminal diagnosis, and how that evolved into creating an entire non-profit organization that now supports both families that are grieving and also those that want to offer help and love but may not know how.  In this last year, we have all experienced various levels of loss and trauma and it’s important for us to support each other where we’re able and to ensure that the ways in which we attempt to provide support actually has the impact we are hoping for. There is a bigger need than ever for workplaces and organizations to remember the humanness of their employees and to acknowledge what people are going through. Ashley wants everyone to know that grief is a very unique and specific experience for each of us. I’d love to hear what you take away from this conversation and what you think about how Ashley is redefining how we grieve and support those in grief as well. Comment below or share with me on social media! Please share it with your friends and family, and be sure to tag me if you share it on social media so that I can say thank you. I’m @christinarasmussen7 on Instagram and @ChristinaRasmussen2014 on Facebook.  More About Ashley Jones Ashley Jones is a friend of grief and an ambassador of love. Her experience losing her only daughter to a terminal illness led her to create Love Not Lost: a nonprofit on a mission to revolutionize the way we heal in grief. Ashley has dedicated the rest of her life to helping people heal and become whole, healthy humans. You can connect with her via her website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn Things We Mention In This Episode Website: Love Not Lost Foundation Grief and Empathy Tools: Support Toolbox Website: How can I love you better? The Heart Beat: Monthly giving program Ashley’s TEDx Talk: How to Heal In Grief Dear Life Podcast: Episode 87 with Jamie Butler Book: Where Did You Go? by Christina Rasmussen Book: Second Firsts by Christina Rasmussen Newsletter - Message In a Bottle: Sign up for Christina’s weekly letter Apple podcast reviews and ratings are really important to help get the podcast in front of more people to uplift and inspire them too, which is the ultimate goal. Thank you!

1hr 29mins

9 Feb 2021

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Ashley Jones on Planning, Programming and the Quadrant System in Rugby

Physical Preparation Podcast – Robertson Training Systems

Early in his life, Ashley Jones had aspired to become a professional rugby player, but a shoulder injury derailed him from becoming an elite-level player. That didn’t stop him, though. Ashley continued to realize his love for rugby and sports by getting into a training role. He went on to earn a degree in Physical Education and committed his life to training and coaching. And over the past 25 years, Ashley has worked with basketball teams, rugby leagues, and rugby unions at club and international levels, guiding teams such as the New Zealand All Blacks, Canterbury Crusaders, and Newcastle Knights. In addition to his role as a coach, Ashley is also a writer who regularly contributes to EliteFTS. In 2016, Ashley became the recipient of the NSCA Professional Strength & Conditioning Coach of the year Award. Ashley joins me today to illustrate what it means to be an educator first and coach second. He explains what his ‘Quadrant Management System’ is and how he incorporates it into training. He discusses the difference between ‘neural,’ ‘metabolic,’ and ‘mechanical’ exercises, and describes why he trains athletes in different exercise categories. And last but definitely not least, he highlights the role of culture and values in athlete development and underscores coaching’s humanistic aspect. The more you educate your playing group, the greater program compliance and buy-in you get. – Ashley Jones This week on the Physical Preparation Podcast: Ashley’s career path from physical education teacher to coaching and his first break in basketball The difference between rugby league and rugby union Ashley’s coaching philosophy and how he gauges progress How coaches can influence athlete behavior across different aspects of society The Quadrant Management System and the relationship between player buy-in and trust Integrating the ‘degrees of freedom’ concept to Ashley’s Quadrant Management System How long it takes for a player to get to the fourth quadrant in the Quadrant Management System How Ashley delineates exercises between ‘neural,’ ‘metabolic,’ and ‘mechanical’ categories Why Ashley exposes his players to three different exercise categories How Ashley made a player fall in love with weight lifting The most challenging parts of managing a team of athletes The role of slow progression in injury prevention The purpose of primer sessions and how Ashley uses them to maximize team performance Ashley’s advice to young coaches and how they can differentiate themselves in the sports industry Converting from American football to rugby The dangers of metrics-focused coaching and the roles of culture and values in rugby Resources Mentioned: Convict Conditioning: How to Bust Free of All Weakness – Using the Lost Secrets of Supreme Survival Strength by Paul Wade Related Content: Alex Calder on Developing a Bulletproof Soccer Player Connect with Ashley: Ashley Jones on EliteFTS Stop the Frustration! Get the Complete Coach Certification Are you a young fitness trainer or coach? Are you frustrated by the results you’re getting or the lack of resources available to learn the skills you need to be successful? Are you struggling to get enough clients or wondering how long you’ll be able to follow your passion for helping others? It’s time to stop the frustration and stop worrying. It’s time to get certified! If you’re serious about improving your results, serious about becoming a better coach, and serious about increasing your bottom line, then you need the Complete Coach Certification. In this massive course, you’ll learn: How to use the R7 system to create seamless, integrated and efficient programs for clients and athletes of all shapes and sizes How to create the culture, environment and relationships with everyone you train so you can get the absolute best results The exact progressions, regressions, and coaching cues I use in the gym – from squatting and deadlifting to pressing and pulling and everything in between The assessment process I use to determine the best exercises for a client or athlete on Day 1, and how to set them up for maximal success down the line! This massive certification course is jam-packed with everything I’ve learned over the last 20 years of my career. So if you’re ready to get serious about the results you’re getting for your clients and the impact your programs have on your income, head over to www.completecoachcertification.com to sign up for the Complete Coach Certification course today! Spots are limited, and the next certification is set to launch in March 2021. To learn more, please join my FREE Insiders List and stay tuned for our launch details to save $200 when the course opens! Subscribe, Rate & Share! Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of The Physical Preparation Podcast with Mike Robertson – your one-stop-shop for fitness trainers, coaches, and athletes. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Google Podcasts and leave your honest review. I’d also love to connect via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit our website. And last but not least, please don’t forget to share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Thank you! The post Ashley Jones on Planning, Programming and the Quadrant System in Rugby appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.

1hr 9mins

15 Jan 2021

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Ep12 Sports Therapy and completing a PhD - Ashley Jones

Sports Therapy Community Streamed

Having a career as a Sports Therapist and then going on to study a PhD is a mammoth achievement. Today I am speaking with Ashley Jones who has done exactly that.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukTo find out more about Ashley:Twitter: @Ashjones1987

31mins

1 Jan 2021

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Tight 5 Talks - The One with Ashley Jones

Tight 5 Talks

This was a special sit down for me as I've followed the preachings of Ashley Jones for 17 years!  Coach Jones has worked with athletes across 3 professional sports and his CV is too long for this description but it includes The All Blacks, The Wallabies, Scotland National Team, The Crusaders and most recently is sharing his incredible knowledge base with The Houston Sabre Cats in America's Major League Rugby (MLR).  Coach Jones has seen and worked with the best as an S&C coach and his work for NSCA, Pro Basketball in Australia and grass roots rugby is truly legendary.  You'd be hard pressed to find anyone that has the experience level combined with a genuine love of his profession and that love comes out in how open, honest and the insane amount of material he shares with anyone willing to take it on board.  I was absolutely blown away with how much Coach Jones shared with a nobody like myself and he continues to inspire and innovate after nearly 30 years in Strength & Conditioning, Professional Sport and Rugby.  Thanks again to Coach Jones!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacob-nelson8/support

1hr 4mins

5 Nov 2020

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Event Marketing In 2020 | Ashley Jones From marketingSHOWCASE | 20 Minute Marketing #46

20 Minute Marketing

We had a great time speaking with Ashley Jones during episode #46 of the show. Ashley joins us from marketingSHOWCASE, which brings people together through in-person and virtual marketing events. With almost 30 years of experience and 300 live events staged, they have lots of experience when it comes to hosting a successful event.  During the episode, we chat about event marketing in 2020 and how it has been impacted by COVID-19. Ashley talks about the transition from in-person events to a virtual setting and how the team at marketingSHOWCASE has handled the switch. We continued to talk about virtual events and specifically how attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors can get the most out of them. Ashley also shared some tips on hosting an online event as well as how frequently you can run them compared with in-person. To close out, we cover some of the ways that in-person events may change when they return.  marketingSHOWCASE is currently hosting monthly events that feature some great guest speakers. You can find out more and register by visiting their site here. 

21mins

7 Oct 2020

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