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C-Suite for Christ Podcast (Episode 16 - Paul Interviews Jeff Harmon)

C-Suite for Christ Podcast

Today in Episode 16 Paul interviews Jeff Harmon, Head Coach at "Brilliance Within", a great business man who puts God first! He shares a great conversation with Paul in which they touch on interesting business, leadership, and multiple aspects of faith that you won't want to miss. Enjoy! Learn more at https://csuiteforchrist.com Learn more about Jeff by connecting with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brilliantcoach/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/c-suite-for-christ/message

43mins

22 Apr 2022

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Episode 168: Replay: Jeff Harmon Talks Sports Photography

Liam Photography Podcast

In this episode I talk Sports Photography with Jeff Harmon. You can find all of the Show Notes for this Episode at the show’s website. You will also find the full text of this episode as well as Jeff’s Beautiful images he shared for this episode. Check out Jeff’s work at https://www.jsharmonphotos.com Also check out Jeff’s two podcasts at https://phototacopodcast.com And https://masterphotographypodcast.com/ Liam: 1). For those who may not be familiar, tell us a little about yourself and your photography backgroundJeff: I bought my first “real” camera for Christmas in 2011.  A little over 8 years ago now, can’t believe it has been that long.  I have three kids, who were 11, 8, and 5 back then, and they were all participating in sports, plays, dance and other things where my wife and I were trying to take pictures of them.  We had a little Canon PowerShot point and shoot camera we were using for most of this and it just wasn’t producing the kind of results we wanted so that Christmas we decided our big family gift would be a DSLR.I had no idea what I was doing when I bought that DSLR.  I didn’t know anything about shutter, aperture, or ISO.  I didn’t know focal length of lenses.  I was totally uneducated with that and with camera brands.  I chose a Canon 60D camera that came with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 and 55-250mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lenses mostly because our little Canon PowerShot camera seemed pretty good and because I had seen a lot of advertising for Canon cameras.Not knowing at all what to do with a DSLR, I tried using it on Christmas day with my kids.  Nearly all of the houses here in Utah have basements in them, and we had a little play room down in our basement that had these big bean bags that the kids could jump onto and have a nice soft spot to land on.  The camera came set to auto and I held it with one hand while on the other hand I tossed a little football to my boys while jumped to the bean bag and tried to catch it.The photos were horribly dark and blurry.  Total disaster.  My wife looked at the photos and asked me if I made a mistake in the camera we bought.  I told her that I was sure it was just me not knowing how to use the camera and I would figure it out.  I dove in over that Christmas break and started my journey to learning everything I can about photography.  I had no idea it would turn into a serious passion of mine and be something I would enjoy so much.All of my photography is a hobby.  It is a passionate hobby I spend a lot of time on, but I am not a professional photographer paying my bills with my photography.  I feel like I have made a lot of progress in learning how to get the very most out of my camera and create compelling images, and one of my favorite things to do is shooting sports, but I have a full time day job that pays the bills.Liam: 2). What started your interest in shooting sports, and do you shoot only high school sports?Jeff: There is a lot more to the story from there because I don’t just shoot sports, but with this episode focusing more on sports let me just finish up this intro here by saying that I learned a lot about shooting sports by shooting my kids in soccer and basketball games they were playing in.  I quickly figured out the 60D could do a lot, but the frame rate was too slow and I was missing the epic moment.  So I saved for a while and doubled the frame rate from 5 to 10 by buying a Canon 7DM2.  That new camera body,

1hr 30mins

15 Jul 2021

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Marketing Post-Covid: Jeff Harmon, Chief Communications & Marketing Officer, University of Arkansas

Cardwell Beach Marketing Podcast

Marketing Post-Covid: Jeff Harmon, Chief Communications & Marketing Officer, University of Arkansas by Cardwell Beach

21mins

11 Mar 2021

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Astrologer Jeff Harmon speaks about Vedic Astrology

SoulTide's

Astrologer Jeff Harmon speaks about Vedic and Western Astrology To reach Jeff for an appointment please contact him at www.jeffharman.com

27mins

2 Nov 2020

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Becoming a Servant-Leader with Jeff Harmon

The Virtual Campfire's Podcast

Jeff Harmon is the Owner of Brilliance Within Coaching and Consulting, a training and coaching firm on a mission to equip industry leaders to become world-class servant-leaders. They help companies in the tech, pharma, biotech, and healthcare industries to develop their engineers and scientists into the leaders that can help run their organization better. Jeff has over 20 years of experience in coaching others to achieve their goals. As Principal Coach of their company, he specializes in coaching business leaders in the technology and life sciences. Jeff joins me today to discuss how you can learn to accept reality without losing sight of your dreams. He shares the story of when he was laid off from work and how he transformed that negative point of his life into a positive experience. He describes the journey he took towards entrepreneurship, the challenges he encountered, and how his religious beliefs helped him along the way. Jeff also explains what true servant leadership is and how you can become who you were meant to be at any age. "It's not what you do, but who you become and who you are being." - Jeff Harmon This week on The Virtual Campfire Podcast: How getting laid off became Jeff's flashpoint. Jeff's career in coaching and what he did after he got laid off. The challenges Jeff encountered that tested his leadership skills. What Jeff defines as the ‘vicissitudes of entrepreneurship’. Jeff's perfect daily life routine and why more is not the answer. Why Jeff believes we can change the world if we're under good leaders. Why you should have a big dream despite the reality that it may not be achievable. How his religious beliefs positively affected his entrepreneurial mindset. Defining the true meaning of servant leadership. Our Favorite Quotes: "My maturity, my transformation, is not optional. That's just what's going to happen and who I'm becoming is the most important thing." - Jeff Harmon "Trust Him; trust God and just find this place of real calm." - Jeff Harmon "50% or more of our waking hours are spent under the leadership of the people we work for." - Jeff Harmon Resources Mentioned: The Bible Book: The Servant: A Simple Story About the True Essence of Leadership by James Hunter Connect with Jeff Harmon: Brilliance Within Coaching Jeff Harmon LinkedIn Email: jeff@brilliancewithincoaching.com Sharing Inspiring Stories Around The Virtual Campfire Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of The Virtual Campfire with your host, Tony Martignetti - the Inspired Coach. If you enjoyed this episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe and leave a rating and review. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn and share your favorite episodes across social media. And for more great content, powerful stories, and helpful insight, be sure to visit our website.

35mins

12 Oct 2020

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Jeff Harmon, Co-Founder at HarmonBrothers.com, VidAngel, and Dry Bar Comedy

Lemonade Stand Stories

Jeff Harmon has inspired a lot of people with his work and also made a lot of other people rich in the process. In this episode of the Lemonade Stand Stories podcast, our host Charan Prabhakar digs down deep with Jeff to find out what makes him tick. There is so much gold in this podcast. We hope you love it! _____Contact us: Reach out to us on Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, or Twitter Visit our Youtube channel for the video Email us at team@lemonadestand.org Thanks for listening, you're the best!...

1hr 8mins

1 Aug 2020

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Episode 78: Jeff Harmon Returns to Talk Portrait Photography!!!

Liam Photography Podcast

In this episode Jeff Harmon and I talk about portrait photography for Seniors as well as Families. Jeff talks about the lighting gear he uses and balancing natural and artificial lighting.Jeff's website is at https://jsharmonphotos.com. He also does a couple of podcasts that listeners may be interested in called Photo Taco (https://phototacopodcast.com) and Master Photography (https://masterphotographypodcast.com). He is also going to be presenting at the Create Photography Retreat (https://createphotographyretreat.com) this October where he will be doing a pre-retreat workshop on a crash course for flash photography and sessions during the retreat on Sports Composites.Visit the homepage for show noteshttp://www.liamphotographypodcast.comJoin the Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast

1hr 5mins

25 Jun 2020

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S2E15 - Developing Technical Experts to become Vulnerable and Successful Organizational Leaders, with Jeff Harmon

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast, with Jonathan H. Westover, PhD

In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Westover talks with Jeff Harmon about developing technical experts to become vulnerable and successful organizational leaders.Jeff Harmon (https://www.linkedin.com/in/brilliantcoach/) has over 20 years of experience building relationships to equip and mobilize leaders to achieve their most important goals. He has built his life and career based on two principles: how you lead matters and it’s not about me.Eleven years ago, Jeff was diagnosed with a degenerative nerve condition. The reality is that some who are diagnosed with this condition die. He knows more than almost anyone he has ever met the value of every day. Upon diagnosis, Jeff looked at his mortality in the face and then got the news that he is one of the fortunate ones and the disease will likely not take Jeff’s life. He has a much longer lease on life and lives with the regular reminder of impermanence.Jeff uses every precious moment of life to fulfill his mission to set leaders ablaze with the mission God has for their lives and fill the giant leadership void that exists in the world. Loving, supporting and challenging them every step of the way. Jeff’s relationship with God is at the center of his life and this forms the values, principles and perspectives on everything he does.Jeff’s ability to access the strengths and talents of individuals and teams and distill the most complicated, overwhelming concepts into real, actionable steps has enabled him to help leaders to execute plans that produce results while also developing their capacity to lead. Over Jeff’s career, he has either led or facilitated the delivery of over 200,000 hours of strategy in the financial services, information technology, pharmaceutical and non-profit industries.Jeff is the founder and head coach of Brilliance Within Coaching and Consulting. His client list includes GE, Novartis, BDO, PMI, SHRM, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Fairfax County Government, Alpha Kappa Psi, Morris County Chamber of Commerce and many other companies and associations.Jeff is author of The Anatomy of a Principled Leader, Become a Better Leader 10 Minutes at a Time, the forthcoming book, The Impact-Driven Leader and has been featured in Inc. and Business News Daily magazines.Jeff resides in northern New Jersey, is husband to Sandy, dad to Maddie and Gloria, pastor in the New Apostolic Church and supporter of several organizations who give vulnerable children the opportunity to flourish.Jeff holds a BS degree in finance from the University of Central Florida, a certificate in servant leadership studies from the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, is a certified consultant with the Barrett Values Centre, a certified project management professional (PMP) and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coach Federation.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30mins

21 May 2020

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Episode 57: Sports Photography with Jeff Harmon

Liam Photography Podcast

In this episode I talk Sports Photography with Jeff Harmon. You can find all of the Show Notes for this Episode at the show's website. You will also find the full text of this episode as well as Jeff's Beautiful images he shared for this episode.http://www.liamphotographypodcast.comCheck out Jeff's work at https://www.jsharmonphotos.comAlso check out Jeff's two podcasts athttps://phototacopodcast.comAndhttps://masterphotographypodcast.com/

1hr 30mins

6 Feb 2020

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105. DRY BAR COMEDY – The World’s Largest Stand-Up Comedy Brand – with co-founder Jeff Harmon

15 Minutes with Chuck

 Jeff Harmon, along with his brother Neil Harmon, is a co-founder of Dry Bar Comedy, the fastest-growing comedy franchise in the world—and it’s all CLEAN comedy! Created in 2017, Dry Bar Comedy has more than 20 million views a week—and growing fast. Every Dry Bar show is created on stage at their comedy club...The post 105. DRY BAR COMEDY – The World’s Largest Stand-Up Comedy Brand – with co-founder Jeff Harmon appeared first on 15 Minutes With Chuck - podcast.Support the show

21mins

16 Jan 2020

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