Episode 63: Matthew Hayes Journeys in Change to Become Your Absolute Best Self
Coffee & Change
Have you ever had that moment when you are listening to a podcast, and you stop and say to yourself, “It would be incredible to have a conversation with this person.” Well, today’s story and guest is a reminder to take those moments that move you, those words that inspire you and those risks that scare you, and go for it. Because you’ll never know, unless you go. And my go, just a few months ago, was to reach out to our next guest, Coach Matthew Hayes. After hearing Matthew as a guest on Clay Boykin’s Podcast called In Search of the New Compassionate Male, I felt called to reach out to Matthew directly, thank him for his insights and words, and ask him if he would share his story with you all...the listeners. What unfolded was equal parts respect, contagious regard and a resounding recognition of our common passions to help others on their journeys through change. I am still feeling this conversation and look forward to hearing how it resonates with you all. Enjoy the listen.You can reach out to Matthew on Instagram at CoachMatthewHayes
108. Matthew Hayes on Operating a Self-Sustaining, Lean Farm
The Thriving Farmer Podcast
What do you get when you combine solutions for both environmental and social issues? Organic farming, of course! Joining us today is Matthew Hayes of Zsamboki Biokert located in Zsámbok, Hungary. The mission at Zsamboki is to involve as many people as possible in the mysteries of organic farming. Matthew and the Zsamboki team pride themselves in growing quality goods with the least possible damage to the environment, keeping CO2 emissions low. They also focus on the diverse members of their environment, striving to operate a self-sustaining farm using their own nutrients. Check out this fascinating episode and learn all about organic farming in Hungary! You’ll hear: An overview of Zsamboki Biokert 2:03 About the availability of horse-drawn equipment in Hungary 5:26 What sheep are used for on Zsamboki 8:47 How Matthew set up the CSA 9:51 Matthew’s background with farming in Europe 12:55 How Matthew keeps everything organized on the farm 17:45 About the soil fertility on Zsamboki Biokert 24:30 What’s unusual about the tunnel design on the farm 31:30 The hardest thing Matthew has done on his farming journey 35:39 What systems Matthew would put in place sooner given the opportunity to go back in time 40:10 How Matthew set up his team on Zsamboki Biokert 45:09 What advice Matthew would give to new farmers 53:14 What advice Matthew would give to himself as a new farmer 56:31 Matthew's favorite farming tool 59:17 Where you can find out more about Matthew and Zsamboki Biokert 1.02:15 About the Guest:Matthew grew up in a large, wild garden and developed a deep love of the outdoors. As he started to see more of the world, Matthew was always interested in both environmental and social issues and eventually put 2+2 together to realize that a life in organic farming combined outdoor physical work with a positive contribution to the planet. That led him to become an apprentice on Tablehurst Farm, UK in 1987. After working on many farms in many countries in many positions, Matthew ended up in Hungary in 1995. With colleagues, they set up the Open Garden Foundation (Matthew is the director) which was an organic training farm for Szent István University, Gödöllő, Hungary. The Open Garden (Nyitott Kert) became the first CSA in Hungary, starting in 1998, and continued through various transformations for many years. Matthew has worked as a grower and practical educator in Hungary for over 25 years and in 2010 together with friends set up Zsámboki Biokert. This is a small, commercial market garden running a webshop-based box scheme with a weekly stand also at the Budapest Organic Market. The bustling small farm also works to run programs which link the countryside with the city, and works in close cooperation with Cargonomia, the Budapest-based cargo-bike degrowth movement. Between 2016-2018 Matthew returned to England to work for Ruskin Mill Trust and set up a rooftop bio-intensive garden in the middle of Birmingham - providing food and education to young people with learning challenges. Social farming, composting, and soil health are enduring interests which offer endless opportunities to learn! Resources:Website - https://en.zsambokibiokert.hu/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/zsamboki.biokert
Ep61: Matthew Hayes on Courage, Compassion & Depression
In Search of the New Compassionate Male
Matthew Hayes is a transformational results coach from Southern California and he affectionately describes himself as a Son, a Sun, and a Son. A son to his loving mother Robin, a sun (or light) to the world, and a Son to his creator. With a firm belief in the human spirit and the power we hold when we lead with love- he has dedicated his life to helping those who crave more. More peace. More joy. More passion. More connection. He believes that ‘in order to take people to higher ground, you must first find common ground’. Because of that, he is not shy with what he has been through and hopes that if he can’t help someone directly, his story can stand in as a reminder to keep believing in what’s possible. https://coachmatthewhayes.com/ https://NewCompassionateMale.com/ https://blubrry.com/new_compassionate_male/
E172: CWA Today- Bob Lanter and Matthew Hayes on COVID-19 and Equity
From CWA Today Podcast: This episode features a conversation between Bob Lanter, Executive Director of CWA, and Matthew Hayes, Program Analyst for CWA, as they discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has effected the economy and the labor market. They also discuss the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and what can be done to ensure greater equity in the workforce system.
E34: Bob Lanter and Matthew Hayes on COVID-19 and Equity
This episode features a conversation between Bob Lanter, Executive Director of CWA, and Matthew Hayes, Program Analyst for CWA, as they discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has effected the economy and the labor market. They also discuss the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and what can be done to ensure greater equity in the workforce system.
Mr. Hayes is the Head of Football Operations for the XFL's Seattle Dragons. Matt has become a leader in both football and business, and share's his experiences on leadership, coaching, and player development on this week's episode. With extensive experience coaching at multiple levels of sport (National Champion Bellevue High School, Philadelphia Eagles, personal workouts with multiple aspiring professionals), and a lifetime of relationships with some of the most successful athletes in football; Matt has a very unique perspective on getting the most of your career. Follow Matt on twitter - @TheMatthewHayesPlease hit us with any questions on Twitter - @UnrivaledESS or email email@example.com
Matthew grew up in Canberra, graduating from Erindale College. As part of the Talented Sports Program for Rugby Union, Matthew developed skills in planning, preparation and execution, skills which he utilises as a Mortgage Broker and the Principal of Mortgage Choice Manuka.Matthew is friendly and professional, always ensuring his time with you is stress free and pleasant. Prior to becoming a Broker, Matthew’s career has always been in and around the formalities of property transactions, including roles in conveyancing at a local law firm and as a First Home Owner Grant and Land Tax Investigator within ACT Government. These roles teamed with his tenure as a Mortgage Broker has given Matthew a wealth of property transaction knowledge.
Episode 25 : Gaining Clarity with Coach Matthew Hayes
The Broken Diet Podcast
On today’s episode Special guest, Coach Matthew Hayes chats with us the importance of getting clarity, letting go of fear, embracing feminine power, and transitioning from movement to momentum.Matthew Hayes is a transformational life coach based out of Virginia. As a bi-coastal kid and a bi-racial man he has a life time of experience dealing with feelings of not fitting in, not being enough. It wasn't until his second deep dive into depression that he found coaching; first as a client, now as a coach. Now, he travels across the globe coaching and leading events where he works with people to gain the clarity needed to live life on their terms, combat the negative self talk and stand fully into their power.Connect with Matthew:Instagram @coachmatthewhayesFacebook Coach Matthew HayesWebsite Coachmatthewhayes.comLoving the podcast? Leave a rate and review!
UFOs Above Canada - 5 - The Canadian Government and UFOs (with Matthew Hayes)
After releasing the prior episodes in this series, outlining my son's ufo event and the MUFON organization, I've heard from listeners curious if (and to what extent) the Canadian government is involved in the reporting and investigation of UFO events. In this episode of Nighttime I'll speak to someone well positioned to tell us all about our governement's surprising history with the UFO phenomena. When Trent University PHD Candidate Matthew Hayes was considering a topic for his doctoral dissertation, he found inspiration late at night while exploring one of the many rabbit holes a google search for "UFOs" found him in. When Mattew happened upon an archive of Canadian Government documents related to UFO reports, he found his field. Matthew Hayes' has spent years collecting, analyzing, and trying to understand the history of the Canadian Government's relationship with the UFO mystery. Links: Join the UFOs Above Canada Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ufosabovecanada/ Matthew Hayes Twitter: https://twitter.com/freefoodfilms Contact: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Email: NightTimePodcast@gmail.com Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcastSupport the show: https://www.patreon.com/NighttimepodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Otto's & Twisted Wish Productions present Huskie Healing. A benefit concert for those effected by the February 14th tragedy at NIU.All profits from admission, shirts and the auctions will go to NIU's February 14 Student Scholarship FundFor "The Huskie Healing Benefit Show and Charity Auction," Otto's is teaming with Twisted Wish productions to fill both the Mainroom and the Underground venue with music. The Biltmores, Bad Medicine, and Broken Vegas are booked for the Mainroom, while Demetra Dokos, Matt Hayes and Mer playedthe Underground.