Fatherhood Field Notes EP150 w/ John Francis - Fathers Eve Event
Rebel and Create Podcast: Fatherhood Field Notes & Craft of Fatherhood
John Francis stumbled upon an incredible idea...creating a Holiday for Dads...he created Fathers Eve as an opportunity for dads to get together with other dads and celebrate their adventures of fatherhood.You too can be a part of this amazing annual event.https://fatherseve.com/
Recorded at The Sugar Club in Dublin in December, the first in a series of Make Me An Island Live shows features the mighty John Francis Flynn. Along with producer Brendan Jenkinson and fiddler Ultan O' Brien, John performs a selection of tunes from his forthcoming debut album I Would Not Live Always before chatting to Dónal about the recording process and the journey so far.
Backing Underrepresented SaaS Founders with John Francis, Stout Street Capital
SaaS Half Full
In this episode of SaaS Half Full, host Lindsey Groepper chats with John Francis, Founding Partner at Stout Street Capital. The microfund has always focused on investing in underrepresented founders in the middle of the country, but 2020 brought to light the opportunity to also focus on those founders from underrepresented groups. John shares how 2020 encouraged Stout Street to pivot and support more diverse founders, what he believes later-stage VCs can do to help and what investing trends look like inside the coasts. Connect with John: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/john-francis-3 Learn more about Stout Street Capital: https://stoutstreetcapital.com/ Connect with Lindsey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindseygroepper/ Learn more about BLASTmedia: https://www.blastmedia.com/
Today, it’s the return of “Johnny Franchise”!John Francis shares his vision of what sectors and areas of Franchising will grow in 2021.Also, what does a guy who speaks live to franchise groups every week do when in-person events get shut down? John explains his new Franchise Lifecycle Program for brands and operators. Connect with John at JohnnyFanchise.comThanks to Social Joey, Franchise Payments Network, POLN8, Netsertive, and Photofy.
447 - Franchising Strategies to Use in Business with Johnny Franchise's John Francis
The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
John Francis is the CEO and Founder of Johnny Franchise.John has a program called The Franchise Lifecycle 4 Phase Program and his business helps franchise owners to grow and scale successfully. He also mentors and helps struggling franchisees to understand if this is the right business for them.
Episode 49 - Fathers Eve with John Francis In this episode, Scott talks with the founder of Fathers Eve, John Francis. John shares stories of growing up, losing his Dad and his brother as well as the birth of the official holiday Fathers Eve. Join the Brotherhood of Fatherhood FB group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/brotherhoodoffatherhood Learn more about our Ultimate Dad project: www.theultimatedadproject.com Get your B.O.F. gear at www.brotherhoodfatherhood.com Find out more about Father’s Eve at www.fatherseve.com
After bearing witness to the collision of two Standard Oil of California tankers in the San Francisco Bay, Dr. John Francis stopped using motorized vehicles, a commitment that lasted 22 years. Soon after he made this promise, he decided to take a vow of silence, which lasted for 17 years. In this episode of For The Wild, Dr. Francis shares how his journey came to be and the profound impact that silence and slowing down can have on us. In a world polluted by noise, how can we experiment with silence? What other forms of communication and Earthly rhythms arise when we do so? Dr. John Francis is a National Geographic Explorer, environmental educator, and a former United Nations Environment Program goodwill ambassador. Music by Rajna Swaminathan, Cooper-Moore, and Carter Lou McElroy. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references and action points.
August 15, 2020: John Francis (JFShooting.com); Makayla Scott (CZ USA)
The Outdoor Guys: Radio Podcast for the Sportsman Lifestyle
This week we broadcast from Powder Creek Shooting Park during the A Girl and A Gun Women's Clays Championship!John Francis, NSCA Level III Shooting Instructor, and Guinness World Record shooter Makayla Scott both join Ken on the show to talk shooting clays!
Dr. John Francis, “The Planetwalker,” on how we treat one another is how we treat the environment:
John Francis was in his twenties when a 1971 oil spill in San Francisco Bay jarred his comfortable life. Even as he joined the volunteers who scrubbed the beaches and fought to save birds and sea creatures poisoned by petroleum, he felt the need to make a deeper, more personal commitment. As an affirmation of his responsibility to our planet, he chose to stop using motorized vehicles and began walking wherever he went. Several months later, on his 27th birthday, fed up with the arguments his decision to walk seemed to create with friends, John took a vow of silence lasting for 17 years. During that time, he founded Planetwalk, a non-profit environmental awareness organization, received a B.S. degree from Southern Oregon State College, a Masters degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana-Missoula, and a PhD in Land Resources from the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ending his silence, John served as project manager for the United States Coast Guard Oil Pollution Act Staff of 1990, in Washington, DC, where he assisted in writing oil spill regulations. For this work, he received the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Public Service Commendation. Over the years, John Francis has walked across the US, walked and sailed through the Caribbean, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile. He recently began a walk studying organic agriculture and sustainable development in Cuba, and is developing Planetlines, an environmental education curriculum based on the walking pilgrimage for high school, college and civic organizations. In 2005, he published Planetwalker: How to Change Your World One Step at a Time. The National Geographic Society will republish Planetwalker, April 2008. Since John Francis began using motorized vehicles to return to and from his walking pilgrimage he speaks and consult with a variety of audiences around the world, including redefining environment for the travel and tourism industry, introducing the role of ethical advisor for civilian/military humanitarian operations, and encouraging diversity and inclusiveness within traditional conservation and environmental organizations. On Earth Day 2005, he began a walk retracing his route back across the United States, looking for differences in the landscape and the conversations. His goal is to redefine the environmental problems we face into an inclusive concept, and to form partnerships among Native and non-Native people, cultures, businesses and organizations across America that might traditionally feel they do not share the objectives and values of environment and conservation. His thesis is that if we as human beings are an integral part of the environment, then how we treat each other and ourselves directly and indirectly effect the physical environment. Today, Dr. Francis is visiting associate professor at the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, at University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he is teaching both graduated and undergraduate seminars in environmental studies. He is also the first education fellow at the National Geographic Society where he has published two books, Planetwalker: 17 Years of Silence, 22 Years of Walking, and The Ragged Edge of Silence: Finding Peace in a Noisy World. They are partners in developing the Planetlines curriculum based on John’s walking experience that lasted over two decades.