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Dana Snyder

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S5:E1 Dana Snyder's Body Transformation

The Rock Fit Files

Rock talks with his wife, Dana, about her amazing body transformation. TIME STAMPS: 1:30 Dana’s struggle with weight loss 6:00 Introduction to Bright Line Eating 12:00 Recognizing which foods do not work for you 15:00 Why Bright Line works for Dana 18:30 4 bright lines 21:00 Dana’s transformation 27:30 The Will Power Gap 31:30 Focusing on eating, not exercising - automaticity 36:00 Intermittent reinforcement MEET: Visit the Rocky's online headquarters: www.RockySnyder.com READ: Grab a copy of his new "Return to Center" book: rockysnyder.com INSTA: Instagram fan, check him out at https://www.instagram.com/rocky_snyder/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rocky.snyder.77 LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rocky-snyder-cscs-cafs-nsca-cpt-a77a091/ TRAIN WITH ROCKY WORKOUT: Want to meet Rocky and get a private workout: https://rfcsantacruz.com/ INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rockysfitnesssc/ FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/RockysFitnessCenter

48mins

4 Aug 2022

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59. What the Fundraising Season 2 Recap with Dana Snyder

What the Fundraising

It’s dizzying to look back on this past season of What the Fundraising and try to encapsulate all the brilliant advice, life lessons, and wisdom that my guests have shared – which is why I was fortunate to have my good friend Dana Snyder, CEO of Positive Equation, on deck to help out! Together we’re deconstructing some of the big themes impacting nonprofits today as well as the many innovative new ways organizations are approaching donor partnerships. A lot of our conversations in this space seem to be trending towards pausing – whether for self-reflection, celebration, or recalibration in the face of fast-paced, relentless technological and social change. This episode provides highlights (and links) for some of our most compelling What the Fundraising conversations and favorite topics from perfectionism to donor retention and everything in between. Listen now to hear a thought-provoking, lively, and information-packed episode. Episode Highlights: (02:35) – About the brainstorming and support that Mallory and Dana offer each other.(04:47) – Ep. 37 Highlight: Vanessa Bohns and the Science of Influence. Click here to hear the podcast in its entirety. (10:40) – When you are afraid of being too “sales-y.” (13:20) – Defining the word “influencer”(14:39) – Episode 29 Highlight: Dominique James has thoughts to share on the power of everyday experts. Click here to listen.(16:00) – Episode 28 Highlight: Shukurat Adamoh-Faniyan shares thoughts on the important expertise and stories that nonprofits need to own! Click here to listen.(17:02) – Dealing with impostor syndrome (21:25) – Episode 36 Highlight: Dethra Giles talks about dropping perfectionism in order to get to a place of ownership. Click here to listen.(22:58) – What happens when we avoid discomfort (24:25) – Why are we so fearful of looking at things like donor or ad data? (30:45) – Episode 05 Highlight: Habits expert BJ Fogg explains the concept of “shine”. Click here to hear more.(31:46) – Dana believes the metrics for “success” in fundraising must change. (32:01) – Episode 38 Highlight. About the psychology of motivation and how it relates to donor behavior. Listen to the episode here.(33:05) – Donor stewardship/cultivation can present a “middle problem”.(37:27) – Finding the space for integration.(40:54) – Episode 47 Highlight: Fascinating conversation with Donor Relations Guru Lynne Wester about why we see people turn away from nonprofits. Click here for the episode.(42:40) – Dana touts the innovative partnering opportunities generated by new giving forums. (45:10) – Two great podcasts to check out on the topic of creative partnering:Episode 41: How to Align Goals, Language and Perspectives to Create Win-Win-Win Cross-Sector Relationships, with Kate Williams.Episode 54: Confidently Claiming Next-Level Success Through Self-Awareness, Visibility and Brand Partnerships, with Julie Solomon.If you’d like to hear lots more of Dana’s thoughts, click here to access episodes of her Missions to Movements podcast!And please check out my Power Partners Formula and register for a masterclass here. For some quick self-discovery, you might like to take my Fundraising Superpower Quiz. Support for this show is brought to you by Bloomerang. Our friends at Bloomerang really understand fundraisers, which is how they make donor management software that nonprofits like to use. To learn more about them, head on over to bloomerang.com/mallory.

50mins

12 Jul 2022

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episode 3 – Dana Snyder

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Dana Snyder is an actor who is best known for his voice-over work and headlining some of Adult Swim and Cartoon Network’s most popular shows. He’s the voice of Master Shake in Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the Alchemist in The Venture Bros. and Granny in Squidbillies, and has also been featured as Gazpacho in Chowder, […]

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21 May 2022

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The Ghost and Molly McGee stars Ashly Burch and Dana Snyder!

Fun Kids Meets

Conor joins Sean to chat about his interview with the stars of the Disney+ series The Ghost and Molly McGee, Ashly Burch and Dana Snyder! Find out WHO has the BEST voice ever to grace Fun Kids Meets...as well as the lowdown on the spooky spectacular Disney+ show, The Ghost and Molly McGee!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

14mins

15 Mar 2022

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Community Jiggle - Feb 2022 - Dana Snyder’s Answer, Smiling Friends, and High School Reunions

Dancing Is Forbidden: An Aqua Teen Hunger Force Exploration

In February's community Jiggle, we go over the usual stuff-- general Aqua Teen happenings, episode afterthoughts, feedback, etc. Dana Snyder graces us with some Mayhem of the Mooninites info! We also discuss high school reunions, Smiling Friends, and Tidal's Algorithm. References: • HowardsOpal ATHF Reddit Comment: https://www.reddit.com/r/AquaJail/comments/stm1co/aqua_teen_hunger_force_frever/hx4ovpc • Ultra Major: https://ultramajor.bandcamp.com/album/ultra-major Contacts:  Support the Show: patreon.com/dancingisforbidden Leave a voice message: speakpipe.com/dancingisforbidden Discord: https://discord.gg/NpjSXPECw6 Instagram: @AquaTeenPod Twitter: @AquaTeenPod Email: DancingIsForbiddenPod@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe5gFb5eAYH3nyF3DZ5jwhQ Website: dancingisforbidden.com Twitch: twitch.tv/ronnieneeley

41mins

28 Feb 2022

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227. What Matters Right Now: Investing in Digital - Jonathan McCoy, CFRE, Becky Endicott, CFRE and Dana Snyder

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

We're halfway through our Friday series on 8️⃣ Trends That Matter in 2022! This week we're talking through our 4th trend: Investing in Digital with the person who knows more about nonprofit social engagement than anyone else - Dana Snyder with Positive Equation. We're chatting the mobile experience, where to start a donor journey & why you should be investing in digital quickly.EPISODE HIGHLIGHTSTone setting (2:00)Case studies (5:50)The moment of time we are in and why nonprofits should be investing in digital (10:00)Where to start with your donor experience (15:00)Investing in digital advertising for your mission (20:00)Tips for taking your SEO to the next level (23:00)Quick tips to optimize FB, IG, LinkedIn & TikTok for donors (30:00)Dana’s One Good Thing: Hire someone in some capacity, and review your online donation experience. (34:00)For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/227The We Are For Good Podcast is co-hosted by Jonathan McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE and welcomes the most dynamic nonprofit leaders, advocates and philanthropists to share innovative ideas and lessons learned 3x a week!Want to hear insider details and to get our best roundup of tips, freebies, resources and show notes from each episode? Join the Good Community - it's free! Visit www.weareforgood.com/helloAbout Our Sponsor VirtuousYou know we believe Everyone Matters - and we’ve witnessed the greatest philanthropic movements happen when you SEE and activate donors at every level. Here’s the thing, Virtuous created a fundraising platform to help you do just that. It’s much more than a nonprofit CRM. Virtuous is committed to helping charities reimagine generosity through responsive fundraising. We love it because this approach builds trust and loyalty through personalized engagement.Learn more about Virtuous at www.virtuous.org/About our Sponsor Feathr 🎉Feathr is trusted by nonprofits of all shapes and wing-spans — from the arts to animal welfare and everything in between. Don’t rely on magic this year-end. Use Feathr to streamline your digital marketing campaigns and exceed your goals.Learn more and get started today at Feathr.co.  Start Learning Today on We Are For Good PRO 🎉We Are For Good PRO is reimagining nonprofit professional development - for good. ✨ Join us and get started at weareforgoodpro.com.

40mins

4 Feb 2022

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How to Cut Through Digital Marketing Overwhelm with Dana Snyder

100 Degrees of Entrepreneurship

Digital marketing can be challenging and frustrating because it's constantly changing and evolving. You have Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, Reddit. Sooo many platforms to choose from and so many unexpected variables to watch out for. You've got bug fixes, interface updates, new rules, and the ever shifting algorithm to keep up with. Just when you thought you got it figured out... BAM! Something new. So, it's not a stretch to say that even the most seasoned nonprofit marketer can get overwhelmed with all this! But, hey! Just because digital marketing is not particularly easy, doesn't mean that you should avoid it. There are still plenty of ways for nonprofits to cut through the noise and learn how to use digital marketing effectively without being forced to use ALL of the marketing platforms all at once. And this is exactly what our featured guest, Dana Snyder, will talk about on the show today! Dana is an entrepreneur, digital strategist, and passionate conscious consumer. She founded her digital marketing agency, Positive Equation in 2017. Positive Equation helps nonprofit organizations harness the power of digital marketing to raise more funds and contribute to making the world an exponentially better place. Dana has been a featured speaker at We Are For Good, WISE Los Angeles, YNPN, Television Academy Foundation, Nonprofit Web Advisor, Sprout Social, Givebutter, Dress For Success, and MANY more. So, join us in this episode, as Dana shares her innovative and refreshing insight on how nonprofits can boost their fundraising efforts, how to cut through digital marketing overwhelm, and why you don't necessarily need to be on ALL the social media platforms to grow your impact. "You don't want to be throwing spaghetti on the wall, you want to know strategically what social media content and metrics are going to align with your business goals, so that you're focusing and you're putting that spend in the right buckets, and focusing on the right platforms and tools." - Dana Snyder What you’ll learn in this episode: How Dana Snyder started her digital marketing career What goes into a digital marketing budget? Online events, what's good and what works Would digital marketing for nonprofits also work for small businesses? Top social media platforms and how to leverage them Links mentioned in this episode: Positive Equation Dana's 2022 Nonprofit Marketing Retreat (February 26 & 27th, 2022) Good Is the New Cool: Market Like You Give a Damn More episodes like this: Allison Hardy on How to Create Intention and Flow in Your Business and At Home Jaclyn Mellone on How to Be an Authority in Your Field (It’s Not About Going Viral!) Molly Stillman on How to Build Your Brand Consistently and Intentionally Jon McCoy & Becky Endicott: Two Marketers Disrupting the Nonprofit World Building a Business Strategically Using Instagram with Christina Galbato The Four Elements of a Personal Brand with Mike Kim

38mins

17 Jan 2022

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#10: Dana Snyder - Voice Actor

Capes and Tights Podcast

This week Justin and Adam welcome Voice Actor Dana Snyder to the podcast. Snyder has voiced Mastershake on Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Granny Cuyler on Squidbillies, Gazpacho on Chowder, Snagglepuss on Jellystone! and Scratch on the new Disney+ series The Ghost and Molly McGee, among others! For this episode, the Capes and Tights crew welcomed Snyder to join them while setup at the Bangor Comic and Toy Con. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/capesandtightspodcast LIKE ON FACEBOOK: facebook.com/capesandtightspodcast FOLLOW ON TWITTER: twitter.com/capestightspod VISIT OUT WEBSITE: capesandtights.com EMAIL US: hello@capesandtights.com

42mins

6 Oct 2021

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Dana Snyder, Positive Equation

Women to Watch Media® with Sue Rocco

Dana Snyder, Founder and CEO of Positive Equation, shared the true story behind her title with us on Sunday, September 5th, 2021.Positive Equation is a digital consultancy focused on helping nonprofits cultivate a passionate online following of donors, volunteers, and advocates.Dana has worked with Movember, Dress for Success, USTA, American Idol, The Gary Sinise Foundation, Coin Up, Hashtag Lunchbag, and many more.Dana is a member of the Purpose Collaborative, an invitation-only, global group of 40+ boutique firms, consultancies, and subject matter experts, all passionate about social purpose. Currently based in Los Angeles, she volunteers as the VP of Content for WISE LA.She believes social media is a powerful vehicle to spark social change.SUE SAYS"Having grown up in Sarasota Florida, Dana was exposed early on to the work of nonprofits and activities that placed her directly in front of people in need. This exposure taught Dana the power of stories and why all organizations should implement strategies that connect their brand directly to the people they are trying to reach. Impatient by nature, Dana set off to start her own company so she could work at her own pace and get things done faster in order to help cause driven organizations."Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/women-to-watch-r/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

42mins

6 Sep 2021

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Webinars, Sales, and Customer Journey: Listen to this Coaching Session with Julie and client Dana Snyder

The Influencer Podcast

In today's episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with one of my SHINE Mastermind members, Dana Snyder! Dana and I talked about how to use webinars to sell your services, the role of a social seller and how they can support your team, the key traits to look for in a strong sales person, and more!  What you'll hear: Webinars: how to use them to sell your services and the best strategies to do that Customer Journey: different types of content and marketing that must take place to leverage a higher conversion rate Social Sellers: what are their roles on your team and how can they support you Your Team: how to lay out firm expectations with your team so you get the results the business needs Sales Team: key personality traits to look for in a strong sales person. Sales Goals: how to set up commission and benchmarks for sales members to hit Find Dana on Social Media:  Dana’s Instagram Dana’s Website  What did you think of today’s episode? If you connect with the things I chatted about today, I urge you to apply for my Accelerator coaching program at juliesolomon.net/accelerator.  To dive deeper into each episode with myself and other podcast listeners, plus receive exclusive bonuses relating to the show, come join The Influencer Podcast Facebook group.  And be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me @julssolomon & @positivequation as you’re listening to this week’s episode. Remember to hashtag #theinfluencerpodcast, that way I can share your screenshot on my story too!

35mins

4 Aug 2021

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