Scott Porter of Friday Night Lights on what’s wrong with Survivor and his beloved Broncos
We have a very special guest this week as Scott Porter of Friday Night Lights, Ginny & Georgia, and Lucifier talks about being a superfan of both Survivor and this week’s Washington Football Team opponent, the Denver Broncos. Scott begins by breaking down his beloved Broncos and whether they may land Brendan’s favorite quarterback next year. He then goes deep on this season of Survivor and what’s not working. Scott is not only a big fan of the show, but has been on location with Dalton, run challenges, visited the actual tribe beaches, and attended a Tribal Council, so this dude knows his stuff. It’s an awesome interview you don’t want to miss. Before that, Rick and Brendan recap their Survivor watch parties, we look at this week in Snyder, and lock in our WFT-Broncos predictions. Time codes below!00:00 – Rick and Brendan recap Survivor watch party madness06:24 – This week in Snyder20:00 – WFT vs. Broncos preview28:42 – Scott Porter talks football53:15 – Scott Porter on what’s wrong with this season of Survivor
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Eggs 204: Creating and implementing an extraordinary company culture with Scott Porter
EGGS - The podcast
Hi there, and welcome back to Eggs. This week’s special guest is brand experience superstar and taco aficionado, Scott Porter. Scott is the founder and owner of San Diablo Artisan Churros, Co-founder of Circle HR, a tool that guides managers in creating connection-driven onboarding processes, and host of the podcast and video series Tacoincidence: Secrets of breakthrough brand experience on the search for the perfect taco. With a broad range of experience having worked in everything from senior care to luxury air, one thing has remained consistent, and that is the energy Scott brings to building meaningful relationships. His enthusiasm is infectious and we are thrilled to death to have him here today to talk about creating your best brand and customer experiences, engaging with your team through speaking and training, how to take your onboarding process to the next level, and so much more, please join us in welcoming to the show, Scott Porter. ----Scott PorterFounder and owner San Diablo Artisan Churros, Co-founder Circle HR https://www.sandiablochurros.com/https://circlehr.co/https://searchfortheperfecttaco.com/Credits:Hosted by: Michael Smith and Ryan RoghaarProduced by: Michael Smith and Ryan RoghaarEdited by: Audiostar Entertainment Theme music: "Perfect Day" by OPMThe Carton:https://medium.com/the-carton-by-eggsFeature with Zack Chmeis of Straight Method up now! https://medium.com/the-carton-by-eggs/zack-chmeis-35dae817ac28The Eggs Podcast Spotify playlist:bit.ly/eggstunesThe Plugs:The Showeggscast.com@eggshow on twitter and instagramOn iTunes: itun.es/i6dX3pCOn Stitcher: bit.ly/eggs_on_stitcherAlso available on Google Play Music!Mike "DJ Ontic" shows and infodjontic.com@djontic on twitterRyan Roghaarhttp://ryanroghaar.com
52: Oncology Grading & Staging w/ Dr. Scott Porter + Dr. Thomas Hodo
Nailed It Ortho
We hope you enjoy this episode featuring our special guest co-host Dr. Thomas Hodo! View Show notes at: www.naileditortho.com/staging At Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Porter received his bachelor's degree in biology. He graduated from Yale University School of Medicine and completed his Carolinas Medical Center internship and residency in orthopaedic surgery. Also, he served on the ABOS board of director and founder of Just cause scrubs. He obtained additional study, completing a fellowship at the University of Chicago in Musculoskeletal Oncology. Dr. Porter has been active with various local and national boards and associations since finishing advanced studies in order to receive a Masters in Business Administration from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. Currently, he is a member of the South Carolina Orthopaedic Association, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the National Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, and the American College of Surgeons. He has been inducted into the American Orthopaedic Association, which is the world's oldest Orthopaedic Surgery Organization, Dr. Porter's interests include the management of cancers of the bone and soft tissue, this involves metastatic disease.
Scott Porter is a great soul! Scott is a seasoned entrepreneur and leader having been the executive director of two nursing homes and a home health agency, co-founded as the CMO the first all-you-can-fly membership airline called Surf Air. He founded and currently owns and operates Utah's only gourmet churro business, San Diablo Artisan Churros — now delivering deep-fried happiness anywhere in the USA in churro party kits. Tune in to listen to Scott's amazing story and how he lives his purpose-filled life! #scottpower #tacos #churros #connection #love #light #believe #entrepreneur #leader #leadership #business #motivation #success #mindset #inspiration #goals #entrepreneurship #lifestyle #beliefcast #tsinspires
BONUS: Interview with Scott Porter (Ginny and Georgia!)
Shipping Room Podcast
We were so excited to chat with actor Scott Porter (Friday Night Lights! Hart of Dixie!) about his new Netflix show, Ginny & Georgia! We dive into his character, Paul, why Ginny & Georgia has resonated with audiences, who could be the right man for Georgia, and more! We also talk a little Hart of Dixie, what FNL ship he thought would have been great, and Scott shares his Top 10 ship list with us! As always, the conversation doesn't end here! Find us on social media @shippingroompod and share your thoughts with us. We can't wait to hear them! Subscribe to The Shipping Room's monthly Love Letter: http://tinyletter.com/shippingroom Get your Shipping Room merch in our Tee Public shop: Shipping Room on Tee Public The Shipping Room is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more outstanding podcasts at frolic.media/podcasts
"Ginny & Georgia" Star Scott Porter on Always Playing the Nice Guy
Watch With Us: Challenge Edition
Scott Porter, star of Netflix's new series, Ginny & Georgia, points out the similarity he has to this role and his parts on Friday Night Lights and Hart of Dixie. Porter reflects on which roles he chooses and what he passes on and how that's changed since becoming a father.
Interesting People of the ABOS: The Medical Career Journey of Dr. Scott Porter
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Podcast
We have launched a new feature for the ABOS Podcast: interesting people of the ABOS. Our first feature is with ABOS Director Dr. Scott Porter. Dr. Porter talks about being the first person in his family to go to college, how Trapper John, MD convinced him to go to medical school, and why he chose orthopaedic surgery--specifically musculoskeletal oncology. He also explains how his initial views of the ABOS have changed since becoming a Director. That, and so much more.
Scott Porter | How Customer Experience Can Set You Apart
No matter what industry you’re in, the one thing that can set you apart from your competitors is excellent customer experience, says Scott Craig Porter, founder, and CEO of San Diablo churros.To call Scott’s career eclectic would be an understatement. He’s worked in PR and as a nursing home administrator, founded a subscription airline, and now he’s selling churros. But his focus has always been making customers and staff happy and eager for more.During his stint turning around underperforming nursing homes, Scott discovered the key to creating a brand experience that turns customers into diehard supporters. And it’s actually pretty simple.“People want to be treated as humans,” Scott says. The way you do that is by delivering on small but meaningful details. “It's smiling, eye contact, calling people by their name. Treating people with respect.”Extra touches work too. “When a doctor would come to visit, we would have their favorite chocolate bar waiting for them,” he says.This extended to the staff. Scott believes that creating a company culture of respect, appreciation and a shared sense of mission is the foundation from which strong customer service grows.Scott took these lessons with him into his future businesses. When he started Surf Air, the first all-you-can-fly subscription airline, his onboarding meetings weren’t about paperwork and procedures. “We would spend two days focusing on why we are doing what we're doing and why it makes a difference in people's lives… Helping each member of our team feel empowered to create something truly extraordinary,” Scott says.Since 2016, he’s been applying that philosophy at San Diablo Churros.“We are just looking to deliver deep-fried happiness to people. We want to be a vehicle for happiness: It happens to be that we make churros.” Featured Entrepreneur👨🦲 Name: Scott Craig Porter⚙️ What he does: Entrepreneur, customer experience strategist, former nursing home administrator, speaker, and founder and CEO of San Diablo Churros. 😊 Company: San Diablo Churros💎 Words of wisdom: “I've been inspired by this deep internal drive to make a difference in people's lives and to make the world a better place. It's innate inside us: we want to make a difference, we want to help others progress and grow and develop. And I have been continually looking for opportunities for my profession to reflect that.”🔍 Where to find him: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | WebsiteDefining Insights💡 Business remedy: Nursing homes were not in Scott’s plan, but they require the same problem-solving skills and resourcefulness as any business — often on a low budget.💡 Humans first: In any competitive market, Scott believes creating an extraordinary customer experience and a supportive workplace will make you stand out.💡 All aboard: Scott founded subscription airline service Surf Air using the same principles of treating staff and customers like humans.💡 Loyalty pays: Motivated staff and dedicated customers aren’t just nice-to-haves. They increase revenue and repeat business, decrease turnover, and save time, money and effort.💡 Making nice: Don’t just focus on customers who are already happy. Scotts tracks negative feedback and responds with a sincere apology and a real attempt to rectify the situation.💡 Company care: The COVID-19 pandemic and demands for racial justice have ensured that now more than ever, people expect companies to care about them for more than their money.💡 Close the social distance: Making people feel appreciated can be as simple as following public safety guidelines and broadcasting enthusiasm even when they can’t see a smile.Top quotes from the episode:Scott Craig Porter:“I started to learn from everyone, from Trader Joe's, In-N-Out Burger, Disney, Ritz-Carlton, Zappos, Chick-fil-A, looking to see what they did to create an experience that people talk about at the dinner table.”“I saw the tremendous impact of focusing on a thriving cultural foundation and using your brand experience as your biggest and most important marketing tool and competitive advantage… I've got to implement this whenever possible, because this is what people want. People want to be treated as humans. People want something special.”“We are so accustomed to mediocre and terrible experiences that when someone does something like just look us in the eye, smile, say ‘Welcome,’ or ask us how our day went, it goes such a distance in establishing this idea of an extraordinary brand and customer experience, because they treated you as a human instead of a transaction.”“We are humans interacting with humans and the companies that realize that are the ones that will continue to win.”“Social distancing has underscored this idea that we need other humans. We want other humans to interact with us, and to be heard and seen and understood. It presents an awesome challenge for us as business leaders to create within the confines of social distancing and health guidelines and other recommendations we're being given. It means we need to get wildly creative.”