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Mark Brown

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#004 Prof Mark Brown - Renal Medicine, Patients you'll never forget, Life and Mortality

Doctors Getting Coffee

In this episode of Doctors Getting Coffee, I interview Prof Mark Brown, a renal, obstetric medicine, and homeless health physician with an incredible career. We talk about what it was like to be an intern, we spoke about patients that will stay with us forever. The highs and lows of medicine. We spoke of the good life and how to speak to patients about death. It was truly wonderful, I hope you enjoy it.Support the Podcast:Shout the next coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DrSyl.AU Become a Member: youtube.com/channel/UCiOBkubL46VQT9mPqrnJlrQ/join Become a Patron: patreon.com/DrSylSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/DrSyl)


1 Apr 2022

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1. The Conversation with Mark Brown

The Conversation

On today’s episode we sit down for a conversation with Mark Brown, who was recently in Fredericton preaching at CCC’s annual youth weekend. Mark has served in a myriad of ministry roles over the years in South Dakota, including Lead Pastor, Youth President, Sunday School Director, and in this current season he serves South Dakota as their District Superintendent and also a circuit rider preacher and church planter: something he shares a bit about today. Mark is husband to Jordan, father to Noah, Grace and Eden. He is a phenomenal preacher of the gospel, and just being around him challenges you to be better. During the conversation we talked about many different things, including having a “Kingdom over Culture” mindset, how the church is to respond to past injustices, having a unified ministry approach in marriage, and much more! This podcast is produced by Capital Community Church in Fredericton, NB. If you’re in the area, we would love to have you for one of our weekly services! For service times and more information, please check out capitalcommunity.ca. Thanks for tuning in to today’s episode! Enjoy The Conversation. Links referenced in the episode: Support the Browns: https://give.upci.org/p-16399-brown-mark-jordan-south-dakota.aspx Heal the Land Sermon: https://anchor.fm/jesuschurch/episodes/Heal-The-Land-e1b1u0k How to Never Fall Sermon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuPR5zMEBs4 Crucial Conversations Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-78-mark-brown/id1472945688?i=1000523117931 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3q0gWXlhsmLWM2jNXSxDxv Find us online at: Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcommunitychurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/ccc_fredericton YouTube: www.capitalcommunity.tv Sermon Archive Podcast:  www.anchor.fm/capitalcommunitychurch


1 Apr 2022

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#033 - Music Marketing & Promotion with byta.com founder and CEO Mark Brown

Production Talk Podcast

In this episode:Marc's career path and highlights Music promotion At what stage in a music career is it advisable to hire a professional promotion company ...read more


7 Mar 2022

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Student Debt Liberation w/ Mark Brown of The Student Freedom Initiative

While Black

Education and specifically higher education (while not the only way) has a direct link to closing the wealth gap. This means the opportunity to advance our education at every level is critical and something the entirety of Black America should be focused on. Billionaire Robert Smith had the issue of access and funding for higher education squarely in his sights that day on Morehouse campus when he agreed to shoulder the student loan debt of 400+ graduates that day, but more importantly the idea for the Student Freedom Initiative was born.What is the Student Freedom Initiative you may ask..... what I'll tell you is that it is an answer to the problem of how can I, he, she, and we afford college... it is a bridge over the troubled waters of financial inequity and it is the topic of todays episode. Mark Brown, executive director of The Student Freedom Initiative, joins us to talk the the need, the problem, and the solutions. His organization is equipped to support us while it teaches us how to pay forward the beautiful gift of a college education.To learn more about The Student Freedom Initiative please visit their WEBSITE.Don't forget to get social with While Black IG: WHILE_BLACK; TWITTER @whileblackpc; FB @whileblackpodcast or email: whileblackpodcast@gmail.comRecorded @ drsatl.com Theme song Produced by Wahid Gomes and licensed through Verde Music Group Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 7mins

25 Feb 2022

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'The Heart Matters' - Mark Brown; 20/02/22

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22 Feb 2022

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Secrets to Surviving Four Financial Crises and Growing Revenue to £56 Million, with Mark Brown, Ep #112

The Resilient Recruiter

Imagine starting your own recruitment business with zero experience in recruitment and only 10 days later the world comes to a standstill with 9/11. This is how the story of Mark Brown, co-founder and director of Worldwide Recruitment Solutions (WRS) started. However, this wasn’t the last obstacle in his way. Their niche field was financial institutions with a specific focus on the mortgage market when the 2008 financial collapse took place. From there they transitioned their business into serving the oil and gas industry and 2014 came along, seeing the oil industry plummeting.  In this podcast, Mark expands on how they still managed to grow WRS to revenue of £56 million and EBITA of £1.7M with 4 international offices (UK, Singapore, Iraq & Uganda), becoming the 3rd fastest growing recruitment company in the UK.  Episode Outline and Highlights: [1:24] The journey from call centre manager to founding a recruitment business  [4:51] 10 days after launching 9/11 rocked the world [6:15] The urgently search for a new niche and stumbling into the world of finance [9:50] A career of surviving and thriving the worst of downtimes [13:55] Expanding internationally [15:22] Sep 2008 - started World Recruitment Solutions (WRS) [16:27] The motto of “Cash is King” helped them weather the storms  [20:42] The simple model that proved effective in following their vision [25:10] 2011 WRS entered the oil and gas industry, the cash cow they needed [27:50] How to grow your business from 5 - 30 people in 3 years [29:50] The secrets to enjoying a 90% staff retention [37:48] And then the oil industry plummeted - surviving another crisis [46:43] Solving infrastructure challenges with the right tech stack and automation [54:00] Winning the Sunday Times Award for Best Small Company to Work For [55:48] Why creating a respectful environment is so important at WRS [59:35] Where is WRS heading the future? Cash Is King “You talk about systems but there weren’t any systems. The reality was that this was a decision that I’d taken on the back of good advice. I think the advice I was given besides that cash is king is to make sure you’ve always got a minimum of 6 and ideally 9 months worth of working capital, business as usual working capital so that you can keep the lights on,” Mark explains how they managed to survive and thrive through 4 major global financial crises.   How to Scale Your Business to 30 People In a matter of three years, WRS grew from 5 to 30 people. On top of that, they also have an employee retention rate of 90%. Mark compared their system to that of Jack and the Beanstalk where they had four department heads and added new team members underneath each one.  The following factors all influenced their success in hiring the right people to fall underneath these heads: An organizational structure that allowed them to bring in individuals to work underneath a certain line manager They employed trainees  They looked for a certain DNA in these individuals WRS had an excellent training platform By appointing a learning and development manager Employing outside experts to fill knowledge gaps However, what added more value to the business was the high retention rate that sometimes was above 90%. As WRS always gave their staff the perfect runway to grow within, staff would very seldom leave the business. Mark also pointed out that they created a clear path for everyone joining the firm and they offered a space without any glass ceilings and where the opinion of employees was respected. Why Did WRS Win The Sunday Times Best Small Company to Work for Award? Mark states that even though the company has grown tremendously since its early days, they’ve maintained the same kind of culture. The management team, the L&D team and the culture of the business never changed. “I refer back to respect, fair environment, an environment where people feel they belong, feel they have a voice, feel they have an input, they understand the purpose of the company and the direction of travel and that is through constant communication,” Mark shares why he believes they won the award for being the best small company to work for.  Our Sponsors This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro®.  i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Our technology and methodology allows recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees and increase their billings. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter for a 25% discount. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: www.recruitmentcoach.com/retained  Mark Brown Bio and Contact Info  Mark Brown is the co-founder of Worldwide Recruitments Solutions (WRS) and has 20 years experience as a recruitment business owner and CEO. Involved in the start up of two  recruitment brands - KCMB (2001-08) & WRS (2008 to date). WRS is a global recruitment consultancy and workforce solutions company serving the oil and gas, mining, marine and power industries. In 2021, WRS achieved revenue of £56M with an EBITDA of £1.7M. The brand has a global presence with offices in UK, Singapore, Iraq and Uganda. They currently have a headcount of 65 (peaked at 120 in 2015). WRS was recently named by Recruiter Magazine as the 3rd fastest growing recruitment company in the UK. He and his team have a long list of awards that includes being the Sunday Times Best Small Company to Work for, WRS enjoys a place on the Version Fast Track List and they’ve received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and International Trade.  Mark brings expertise in international trade and global expansion and is an advocate of technology innovation and digitisation to improve business process and efficiency.  Married for 20 years, he has twin daughters (aged 22). A keen supporter of football (30 years a season ticket holder at Man United) and horse racing as a spectator sport.        Mark Brown on LinkedIn Worldwide Recruitment Solutions website link Worldwide Recruitment Solutions on LinkedIn Worldwide Recruitment Solutions on Facebook People and Resources Mentioned: Profits First by Mike Michalowicz  Workr https://workrgroup.com/ Francis Dunleavy on LinkedIn Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter

1hr 2mins

4 Feb 2022

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Mark Brown - Zen Pig

Spread The Positive Podcast

This episode features Mark Brown, the author/creator of Zen Pig! Zen Pig is a children's book series that teaches kids about mindfulness, gratitude, self-forgiveness, compassion, and more! Definitely an amazing example of all things STP and something that is "going right" in the world! Mark has a really awesome story that led to him creating Zen Pig and the journey the Zen Pig has created in itself is super inspiring. Mark is also passionate about teachers and giving them all the resources he can. This ultimately led to him and his team creating 


5 Oct 2021

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62 Mark Brown, Business Story Telling

Your Intended Message

Enhance your Business Message with story tellingHow might you use stories more easily and effectively in you business messages. That might be in a team meeting, a sales presentation, or a leadership presentation.Mark Brown is the 1995 Toastmasters World Champion of Public SpeakingHe conveyed powerful stories in that presentation. He continues to help speakers, presenters and leaders deliver more effective messages through the power of story. Insights from this conversation with Mark Brown How to find your stories? Look at the photos on your phone. What amazed you? What amused you? What moved you? Authenticity plus Vulnerability = Credibility The common connects Stories mirror our lives Stories add meaning to your corporate message Look for the humanity behind the numbers Stories convert data into three dimensional meaning Mark Brown offers speech and presentation coaching for leaders. Learn more about his coaching programs here: https://markbrownspeaks.com/executive-coaching/ ----- ----more----Your Intended Message is the podcast about how you can boost your career and business success by honing your communication skills. We’ll examine the aspects of how we communicate one-to-one, one to few and one to many – plus that important conversation, one to self.In these interviews we will explore presentation skills, public speaking, conversation, persuasion, negotiation, sales conversations, marketing, team meetings, social media, branding, self talk and more. Your host is George Torok George is a specialist in communication skills. Especially presentation. He’s fascinated by the links between communication and influencing behaviours. He delivers training and coaching programs to help leaders and promising professionals deliver the intended message for greater success. Facts about George Torok He hosted the radio show, Business in Motion for 19 years, interviewing over 500 guests. Connect with George www.torok.com www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com www.SuperiorPresentations.net https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgetorokpresentations/ https://www.instagram.com/georgetorok/ https://www.youtube.com/user/presentationskills1


30 Sep 2021

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Chapel Service - Mark Brown: 19/09/2021

Globalheart Church

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21 Sep 2021

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Mark Brown - Assistant Principal and Author

The High Performing Educator Podcast

As a high school administrator, Mark Brown is passionate about helping educators and students live life as their best selves and challenges everyone to embrace the call of Choose To Be You.  Using his experience as a learner, an educator, and as someone who has spent the majority of his life chasing an image of someone and something other than his true, authentic self,  Mark delivers a message of hope and inspiration that is guaranteed to impact your life and your school! ---------- Want to join the High Performing Educator Network: www.highperformingeducator.comMore information on Sam: www.samdemma.com


13 Sep 2021