City 6PM Here Joshua Taylor uses the Graves to Gardens project as an inspiration for an Easter message that explores the graves of our lives and how we can find incredible hope in the God who can turn them into new life.Check out the project at https://www.prayercollective.nz/gravestogardens
Part 1: Effective Leadership with Head Coach Joshua Taylor - Episode 57
Behavioral Health Today
In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Joshua Taylor, Head Coach of the University of Missouri Women’s Volleyball Program. Together they discuss the characteristics of being an effective leader, the value of being a good teammate, modeling yourself as a leader, living a disciplined life determined to do right things, gratitude and the importance of empathy and trust. These strategies, these ways of thinking, attitudes, behaviors, relational qualities, these are generalizable to all parts of our lives. An effective leader earns the right to lead through individual connections and building trust within their group. 'Ubuntu' is a term that roughly translates to the concept 'I am, because we are'. In other words, Me is a result of We. And it's a way of living that some might see as the essence of being human, a person becomes a person through other people. For resources from our topic of effective leadership Harvard Business Review 10 Must Reads on Leadership by Peter F. Drucker, please visit: https://store.hbr.org/product/hbr-s-10-must-reads-on-leadership-with-featured-article-what-makes-an-effective-executive-by-peter-f-drucker/12546 Dare to Lead by Brené Brown, please visit:https://daretolead.brenebrown.com/ Wooden on Leadership by John Wooden, please visit: https://mhebooklibrary.com/doi/book/10.1036/0071453393
City 6PM In this message, Joshua explores the way the church can be the home of belonging and connection in the world. As we invest ourselves in community we are changed and transformed to be more like Jesus and bring His love to the world.
Mizzou volleyball coach Joshua Taylor joins the show to preview the Tigers' restarted season
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics beat reporter Eric Blum and the Tribune's Langston Newsome talk about Missouri basketball's win over Tennessee and loss to Auburn as well as the Southeastern Conference announcing the 2021 football schedule. MU volleyball coach Joshua Taylor is this week's special guest to preview the Tigers' restarted season.
12: Industry Pitfall Series: Exterior Cleaning - Successful Entrepreneur and Conquer Coach Joshua Taylor
We are kicking off another series with this one focusing on Industry Pitfalls. We will bring on a successful entrepreneur from a specific industry to unpack the wins and losses they experienced along the way, as well as give you some tips on pitfalls to avoid. On this episode, we bring in Successful Entrepreneur Joshua Taylor from EcoTek Power Washing. Aside from running a successful exterior cleaning company, Josh is also a Coach in the AGS Conquer Program, leading other aspiring exterior cleaners to successful growth. Managing multiple locations, dozens of employees and coaching entrepreneurs is not where Josh's story ends though. He started out as full time ER nurse and his now business started out as a side hustle. He chipped away at the business until it became clear that after 7 years of experience as a Nurse, it was time to pursue his business full time. With coaching and guidance from Coach and Successful Entrepreneur Joshua Latimer with AGS Conquer, Josh took his business from $300k to $1.3M in two years! You think the value stops there? You would be sorely mistaken. Josh was gracious enough to share a deeply personal story with us about how he overcame addiction to persevere during a dark time. He understands that we cannot just project the highlight reel to help others, we also have to be vulnerable and share the tough times as well. Josh's resilience, perseverance, willingness to help others and ability to overcome dark obstacles makes this episode a must listen! Josh is so willing to help others he even leaves his personal cell phone in the episode. Josh may be a stud, but he is happily married to his wife and rock; together they have 4 children that keep him centered. What an awesome way to kick off this series!
Life Pivots with Joshua Taylor – Design Leader, Parrot.fm (Ex: Evernote, Credit Karma)
Cells and Pixels
Another incredible person I met via Cells and Pixels: Joshua Taylor! Joshua and I talked about some great life changes, big pivots, and how to stay true to your principles. Joshua Taylor is an experienced Design Leader (Evernote and Credit Karma) who moved to Costa Rica and started Ordinary Ventures, a startup creating multiple experimental products, including Parrot.fm a podcast app.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cellsandpixels/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cellsandpixels/support
Joshua Taylor joins the podcast to discuss a split volleyball season, his crazy first year leading the Tigers and more
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics beat reporter Eric Blum and Tribune sportswriter Langston Newsome are joined by Missouri head volleyball coach Joshua Taylor to discuss a split volleyball season and much more. Eric and Langston also discuss Mizzou football and the ongoing social injustice movement in sports.
The Genealogy Professional podcast with Host Marian Pierre-Louis – Interviews with Experienced Genealogists
Joshua Taylor, President of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (NYG&B) and co-host of Genealogy Roadshow, has had a rich and rewarding career. As one of the younger professionals in the field of genealogy it feels like he’s just getting started. View the show notes at: https://www.thegenealogyprofessional.com/d-joshua-taylor hMlncs4fpWDdMv8SYx2M