Brian Jones - Flint Hills Catfishing - Podcats #36
Catfish and Crappie Fishing Podcast
The week on the fishing podcast I want to welcome Brian Jones of "Flint Hill Catfishing"! I am so looking forward to speaking with Brian about about kayak fishing, bank fishing, boat fishing and food! He has a top quality channel and does awesome work! Check out his YouTube channel at the link below! Flint Hill Catfishing: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6uFLC9sVLc-t2Eg-m-DS0w BECOME A Catfish and Crappie Crew MEMBER HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnVg2nzyzEXgdF0i3j3Dt9A/join ***Follow the channel on: YouTube Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/CatfishandCrappie?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://fb.me/catfishandcrappie The Catfish and Crappie Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/catfishandcrappie IG: @catfishandcrappie Twitter: @AndCrappie --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catfishandcrappie/support
Remembering The Misremembered--Brian Jones: What Really Happened To The Original Rolling Stone?
Remembering The Misremembered
On the 52nd anniversary of his death, I remember Brian Jones and ask what really caused his death at age 27.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monica238/support
Join Sarah for a discussion with Brian Jones of Total Control Wresting, the game. We shed some light on the origin story and where it's at today. Including trying to help the Kickstarter to bring this game to a bigger audience. We also start with a little get to know Brian on what got him into wrestling as well as gaming. Original Air Date 6/15 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 8 - Brian Jones - Microsoft Excel - Part 2
The Forward Thinking CFO
Welcome back, for the second part of our conversation with Microsoft Excel’s Head of Product, Brian Jones.In today’s episode, we delve deeper into the evolution of Excel and the innovations that are keeping it ahead of the competition. We discuss what the future holds for Excel and the various opportunities for its customers, including: - How it’s catering to a range of different users and making more complex tools more accessible for different customer groups. - The increasing ability to build automated processes in Excel without the need for coding skills.- And the drive to bring Excel’s full capabilities to all platforms, including its web application.This episode will give you a rare opportunity to look at the inner workings of a product so many of us rely on. If you’re a CFO, you’re going to want to listen all the way to the end as this interview will give you a great understanding of the advances that are coming to your screen soon. We’re keen to hear your thoughts on this episode, so please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org If you want to find out more about Brian, check out his LinkedIn profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/brijones/ And to learn more about Excel, head to the Microsoft website - https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-365/excel
Episode 8 - Brian Jones - Microsoft Excel - Part 1
The Forward Thinking CFO
Today’s guest is the first non-CFO to feature on the podcast, but it’s fair to say he has a profound impact on almost every Finance professional’s working life. We had the pleasure of sitting down with Microsoft’s Head of Product for Excel, Brian Jones and we had so much to talk about that we’ve decided to split this episode into a two-part special for you. Having started his career at Microsoft more than 20 years ago, Brian now leads all Excel development and is responsible for keeping Excel at the cutting edge of what’s possible. In today’s part one, we talk everything Excel, including:- How Microsoft’s commitment to nurturing creativity and collaboration are key to the success of Excel and the entire Office suite. - How customers are constantly pushing Excel’s boundaries to create their own ingenious solutions and applications. - And the increasing value of artificial intelligence in helping users get the most from Excel. It was fascinating to hear about Brian’s journey at Microsoft and get a behind-the-scenes peek into Excel’s development. This episode will give you a much deeper understanding of Excel’s growing capabilities and what it takes to keep a product like this at the top of its game for so many years.This is just part one, and if you enjoy this, you’ll definitely want to make a note to come back for part two next week. We’re keen to hear your thoughts on this episode, so please do get in touch at email@example.com If you want to find out more about Brian, check out his LinkedIn profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/brijones/ And to learn more about Excel, head to the Microsoft website - https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-365/excel
E17. Senator Brian Jones explains massive, new bills (feat. Senator Brian Jones & Kristen Dare)
This week John and Kristen sit down with Senator Brian Jones to discuss some serious bills that are soon to be voted on. Do you have porch pirates stealing your packages?Did you hear that they might be releasing violent sexual predators from prison early?Will the bill to protect your freedom of religion pass? All these questions are answered in this episode!Learn about the bills that will affect your community and your family.
Brian Jones, How to Successfully Lead and Manage a Virtual Team - InnovaBuzz 389
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Brian Jones, who is the Founder and CEO of VA Platinum, a team of Virtual Staff Experts. Brian's expertise is in helping business owners spend less time IN their business and more time ON their business using the one thing that really works: virtual assistants.VA Platinum is a virtual staffing company based in the Philippines. The thing that really sets them apart is systems. They have over 200 systems to ensure business owners get the best out of their virtual assistants.In our discussion, Brian talked to me about:What makes a good system and who should document themHow to create and sustain a good, healthy, supportive culture in a remote teamConnecting projects and tasks to business and personal values and your Why.Listen to the podcast to learn more.Show Notes and BlogThe Podcasts
Brian Jones on Show #195 : Recognising Your Own Business Opportunity
POWER to Live More with Jo Dodds
Brian Jones is the Founder and CEO of VA Platinum, a team of experts in outsourcing and offshoring for business owners. When Brian found the 70-hour work week he was doing just wasn’t working for his work/life balance, he decided to use virtual team members to lighten the load. After drastically reducing his work hours and giving himself more time for the things he loves, he wanted to do the same for others. He founded VA Platinum to help other business owners take back their time by utilising his superstar team of staff based in the Philippines.Today, Brian shares the story of what inspired him to transform his work-life with virtual assistants and the lessons he learned when starting out. He shares the resources he uses to help clients build a virtual team and how business gurus, inspirational leaders, and mentors have helped him along the way. He reveals his average working day and how he stays organised to make sure everything gets done. Brian shares tips and tools that can help you work with a virtual team and help clients overcome the fears of outsourcing. He also shares why he uses a Mindset Mentor, what he does to help him deal with days when things go wrong, and what makes him feel like he is living more.“I had to learn a lot about developing structures, systems, templates, ways to check-in with teams.” Brian JonesThis week on The Power to Live More Podcast:The journey that led Brian to start his home-based businessThe inspiration that helped Brian make the transformation from office to remote workingSome of the lessons Brian learned while setting up his virtual teamHow Brian’s business has evolved over the yearsHow Brian helps his clients set up their virtual teamHow following the teachings of other successful entrepreneurs has helped Brian build his businessWhat an average work day looks like for BrianHow Brian stays organised during his work dayHow the COVID pandemic has changed Brian’s daily life and businessTips for outsourcing elements of your businessHow Brian helps clients overcome fears of hiring a virtual assistantWhat Brian does to keep learning and the resources he usesWhy Brian chose to use a Mindset CoachHow Brian copes with days when things don’t go according to planWhat a day of ‘doing more of the things you love’ looks like for BrianResources Mentioned:● The 4-hour Workweek By Tim Ferriss● The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber● The Lean Startup by Eric Ries● Loom● Skype● Time DoctorConnect with Brian Jones:● VA Platinum Website● VA Platinum on LinkedIn● VA Platinum on Facebook● VA Platinum on Twitter● Brian Jones on LinkedInJoin the POWER to Live More CALM MembershipAttention home-based coaches and consultants!Are you tired of feeling alone, isolated, and frustrated with running your home-based coaching or consulting business? Are you sick of feeling like your life would be better, and you’d be happier if you felt more organized and productive? Do you feel like there’s simply not enough time in a day to get all the things done that you need to do to build a successful business while making time to live more?It’s time to stop the isolation and start getting more organized, productive, and focused on the tasks that will move the needle forward.It’s time to join the POWER to Live More CALM membership!If you’re ready to:● Stop recreating the wheel and focus on the things that truly matter in your life and business● Learn what you need to know to be successful and ‘live more’● Get accountability help from a group of like-minded home-based business ownersThen you need to join the POWER to Live More CALM membership program!To learn more about the POWER to Live More CALM membership program and apply, visit PowerToLiveMore.com/GetCalm and quote MY1TRIAL to get your first month for £1.Connect, Share, InspireThank you for joining me for this week’s episode of the POWER to Live More Podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and would like to help support the show, please head over to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review! You can also help me reach even more amazing business owners and leaders by sharing your favorite episodes on your social media channels.Don’t forget to check out my website join my Facebook Group, follow me on Twitter and connect with me on LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram to interact with me and my amazing audience!Show notes provided (brilliantly, my words not theirs!) by Lidwell Writing Services, LLCThe post Brian Jones on Show #195 : Recognising Your Own Business Opportunity appeared first on POWER to Live More.
Welcome to Episode 6 of Profiles in Franceformation. I’m your host, Allison Grant Lounes, and this week, my guest is Brian Jones. Brian is originally from Michigan and moved to a village near Rennes in Brittany, France, in 2019 with his French wife. Initially, he worked as a technical mechanic at nuclear plants, and now, he restores artisanal furniture with Phénix Meubles. You can find him on his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Phénix-Meubles-103042188065060In this episode, we talked about Brian's move to France on March 12, 2020 just before France entered confinement, and his experience of getting settled and doing various French admin tasks:The CRAZY serendipitous way Brian met his French wife, and how he knew they were meant to be together.Why getting advice in France abut how to do any particular administrative task is so difficultThe difficulty of finding work in a technical field in France when you don't speak French and don't have a French degree - and how Brian has chosen to pivot to furniture restorationThe French meal schedule, and how Brian finds it difficult to adapt to a light breakfast and a late lunch, when he's ready to start his day early in the morning.Why Brian is not a fan of la bise, and why he might get away with not doing it ever again!and more!If you like this episode, please subscribe and leave a review.You can join me, Brian, and 12,000 Americans in France in the Americans in France facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/americansinfrance/; You too can enjoy and comment on our many posts about the proliferation of dog poop in France.And if you'd like to learn more about how you can begin your own Franceformation, go here: www.yourfranceformation.com