Luke Reynolds: Why Apprenticeship Training Is Important
Elite Business Advice Podcast
Would it be nice to have an entire training system laid out in front of you for your new employee’s? Good news, it’s coming! Luke Reynolds with All In Painting out of Indianapolis joins us on this episode to share about the state accredited painting apprenticeship program they’re launching this year in Indiana with plans to expand nationwide by the end of the year.Struggling with the employee portion of your business? Schedule a free business analysis meeting with us at www.elitebusinessadvising.com
Luke joins the boys and discusses his laundry list of accolades. Luke has coached at the highest levels in the world. From JSW in poland, Australia National Team, Berlin Recycling. He now finds himself as the head coach at the University of Charlestion in the EIVA. Luke maybe the mist expierenced coach in all of NCAA when it comes to all levels. His intensity shows in the pod so jump in and hear what look brings to the table.
Luke Reynolds has been teaching for almost 20 years, originally as a public high school and middle school teacher, and, more recently, as an adult education public speaking teacher and a professor in the school of education at Endicott College. He and his wife, Jennifer, have four boys who love living room dance parties—and one dog who does not. Luke is the author of Surviving Middle School, the Fantastic Failures series (including his most recent release of Even More Fantastic Failures), and a number of other books for kids and teachers. For more about Luke Reynolds and his work, visit: https://lukewreynolds.com/.
Failure. I think it's safe to say that virtually all of us hate it. And yet, it appears to be the price of admission to doing just about anything great. The road from having an idea all the way to having a fantastic result is rarely a smooth one. Ask any super successful person about their failures and struggles along the way and, if they’re forthcoming, I am confident they will have stories for you! The great author who was rejected by dozens of publishers before finding someone to take her on. The singer who’s told he has no talent only to become a music star later in life. I imagine you’ve heard stories like these, but do you let them into your heart to inspire you to tolerate your own frustration and failure? I'm delighted that Dr. Luke Reynolds (https://lukewreynolds.com/) is joining us for this episode. Luke is a professor of Education at Endicott College. He is also the author of several books including Fantastic Failures: True Stories of People Who Changed the World Falling Down First. Luke is no stranger to frustration and failure, and he describes many of his own as well as some of the failures of the biggest stars on the planet. So, put on your seat belt and listen in to this lively and inspiring conversation about befriending frustration and failure!
Ep 153 | Even More Fantastic Failures! The Benefit of Getting It Wrong with Luke Reynolds
Luke Reynolds, author of Even More Fantastic Failures!, shares stories of successful people whose past challenges positively impacted their path to success. Luke is a passionate believer in the power of stories to transform lives—especially stories that help us understand that we all fail and flounder sometimes. Luke has been a public-school English teacher at both the secondary and middle school levels, and he currently is an assistant professor of Education at Endicott College. He completed his PhD at Boston College and focuses on teaching, writing, and reading as three crucial paths towards compassion, kindness, and connection. We want to hear from you! Tell us your burning tidying questions or share stories about how KonMari has impacted your life. Find us at www.sparkjoypodcast.com and click “Ask Spark Joy” to leave a question or comment for a chance to be featured on next week’s show. While you’re there, sign-up to join our Spark Joy podcast community and get notified when each episode airs. You can also join the Spark Joy podcast community on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter at the handle @sparkjoypodcast. Book a custom Virtual Tidying Experience with For the Love of Tidy Join The Spark Joy Club today! In this episode, you’ll enjoy: Luke tells us about his book, Even More Fantastic Failures, and how he decided to write about how failure can define our later successes. We discuss how failure can be an important part of learning who we are and what we want in our lives. Learn techniques to learn from past failures in order to get on a path to success while tidying. Hear Karin’s favorite story in the book about President Obama. How to use failure and setbacks to get back on track. Learn about the universal experiences of failure that Luke found in common with many of the people he writes about. Luke’s favorite organization tip: Luke recalled the story of Alan Naiman. Alan Naiman was a very modest and humble person, but saved all his life to leave a legacy of millions of dollars to his favorite causes. “Focusing on small moments and simple acts of love and connection can make a big difference in the world and create a profound legacy.” What's sparking the most joy for Luke: “Luke is grateful for his very organized wife! He says he can always tell when she’s been in a room, because it always feels better for her being there. (Wow, what a compliment!) Learn more about Luke and his latest book release, Even More Fantastic Failures, at LukeReynolds.com And, exclusively for Spark Joy podcast listeners, Luke is giving away a copy of the hardback edition of his book! To win, be the first to email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Even More Fantastic Failures” in the subject line. Gems: “I know there’s a lot of failure that happens that redirects someone to getting where they want to be.” “Even when people achieved some great thing, it didn’t mean that the struggle is all over.” “All of that path, all of that letting go, prepared us for what was really for us.” “Nothing is wasted, it all matters.” The Spark Joy Anniversary Give-A-Way contest prizes! Win one of three bundles consisting of Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up, signed by Marie Kondo, a fifty dollar gift certificate to the KonMari Shop to select your own Joy Sparking gift, and a two-hour Virtual Tidying Session from For the Love of Tidy! Three lucky winners will receive a bundle of all these prizes! To be eligible for all of the prizes above, all you need to do is head over to: www.sparkjoypodcast.com/itunes for detailed instructions on how to leave a review via iTunes. Once there, follow the Apple Podcast instructions to leave us a rating and review in iTunes to help us reach more ears, minds, and hearts. Most important step: Send an email to: email@example.com letting us know you left us a review and what screen name you left it under. This will act as your official entry. Don’t forget this step! It is the only way we can officially log you as entered into the contest. Submit your star rating and review by November 24, 2020. We’ll announce the winners during our season finale “Best of” show that will air on December 1st. **Contest runs from September 1 to November 24, 2020.* Winners will be announced during our Best of 2020 show on December 1, 2020*** You can find Karin Socci at The Serene Home You can find Kristyn Ivey at For the Love of Tidy Special Guest: Luke Reynolds.
Episode 28 with Luke Reynolds, Luke is a pro Strongman with numerous National & international experience. If you are looking for an awesome history lesson on strength culture & stone lifting this is not a episode to miss.You can follow Luke on Instagram @luke_bluemountain_reynoldsHope you enjoy if you do please tag me in your socials.Support the show