Welcome to the Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast, a conversation designed to help leaders go further, faster. Andy Stanley is a pastor, communicator, author, and the founder of North Point Ministries in Alpharetta, Georgia. For additional information, visit andystanley.com.
Welcome to the Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast, a conversation designed to help leaders go further, faster. Andy Stanley is a pastor, communicator, author, and the founder of North Point Ministries in Alpharetta, Georgia. For additional information, visit andystanley.com.
The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
Rank #1: 3: It's About Time, Part 1.
Craig discusses time—your most valuable, non-replenishing resource. Plus, he'll share four principles of great time management.
Rank #2: 59: Eliminate Distractions: Cut the Slack, Part 1.
"Cutting the slack" means getting rid of unnecessary rules and processes that slow you down. Join Craig Groeschel for a practical, step-by-step approach to eliminate distractions and lead your team to think quicker, move faster, and get more done.
Welcome to the Your Move with Andy Stanley podcast. In this weekly 30-minute message from Andy, you will discover how to make better decisions and live with fewer regrets. So check out our website at www.yourmove.is for additional ways to watch, listen, and connect.
Rank #1: What Happy Couples Know, Part One - "Nothing".
A great marriage doesn’t happen by accident. It requires preparation, care and regular maintenance. But sometimes we don’t want to make the effort. As long as everything seems fine, do we really need to talk about it?
Rank #2: What Happy Couples Know Part 1 - "Nothing".
A great marriage requires preparation, care, and regular maintenance, but sometimes we don’t want to make the effort. As long as everything seems fine, do we really need to talk about it? This week, Andy kicks off Part 1 of the series, What Happy Couples Know. Have a story to tell? We want it hear it. Visit yourmove.is/stories or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by Alex Judd, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins and Simon Sinek. More at www.EntreLeadership.com.
Rank #1: #302: Atomic Habits with James Clear.
If you tend to blame yourself for your bad habits, New York Times best-selling author James Clear says you’re wasting your time. Not only does such behavior create feelings of guilt—which, by the way, are pretty counterproductive—but it also does nothing to get you any closer to achieving your goals. Tune in to hear James explain the real cause of bad habits (translation: You’re off the hook!), as well as some super easy strategies to help you break them and replace them with good ones. We think you’ll be amazed at how even the tiniest change can lead to really remarkable results. entreleadership.com/podcast Buy the book and get free bonuses: Atomic Habits Download a chapter of Atomic Habits 7-Day Plan to Triple Your Productivity Free worksheet from Belay Solutions: Things to Delegate to Save 15 Hours This Week Want expert help with your business question? Call 844-944-1070 and leave a message or send an email to email@example.com. You could be featured on a future podcast episode!
Rank #2: #331: How to Accomplish Impossible Goals with Art Williams.
If you’ve ever dared to dream an impossible dream, A.L. Williams & Associates founder Art Williams says you’re one step closer to achieving greatness. Straight from our EntreLeadership Summit 2019 stage, the high-school football coach turned self-made billionaire shares his personal success story that defies every odd out there. Art also offers his valuable insight on the three things all people everywhere want. You’ll laugh, you’ll probably cry (we did!), and if this one doesn’t fire you up, check your pulse. entreleadership.com/podcast Art Williams' website Find out more about EntreLeadership Summit 2020 Free download: How to Create Core Values We want your opinion! Review this episode. Want expert help with your business question? Call 844-944-1070 and leave a message or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You could be featured on a future podcast episode!
If you’re frustrated because you struggle to get the word out about your product or service, the Building a StoryBrand podcast will help. Fans of the podcast are ecstatic about the fun and entertaining way Donald Miller brings you practical advice about clarifying your message so customers will listen. Don and the StoryBrand team are the world's leading experts in harnessing the 2,000 year-old proven power of story formulas to get people talking about your brand. Get your message out, grow your company, stand out in the marketplace, and have a blast doing it!Past guests: Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni, Daymond John, Rachel Hollis, Ken Blanchard, Mel Robbins, Dave Ramsey, Scott Hamilton, Auntie Anne, Charles Duhigg, Daniel Pink, Blake Mycoskie (TOMS), Chris Anderson (TED), and so many others.
Rank #1: #3: Dave Ramsey—How to Be the Guide and Attract More Customers.
Donald Miller talks with personal finance legend Dave Ramsey about how to position your business as a guide and focus on your customers' successes. Dave intuitively understands this marketing strategy, and it's a huge reason why his products and content have impacted millions of people. In this episode, you'll discover exactly how to make this powerful shift in your communications and tap into your customers' most powerful motivations. Visit http://buildingastorybrand.com/3 to get an unedited version of the interview with Dave Ramsey, along with a video of Don's website critique.
Rank #2: #55: Seth Godin—5 Huge Paradigm Shifts that Will Change the Way You Do Marketing.
This week, we’re honored to welcome Seth Godin to the Building a StoryBrand podcast. Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last fifteen years, you recognize Seth Godin as a preeminent influencer in the marketing world. And in an industry that can be so noisy, cheesy, and in-your-face, Seth’s thinking stands out. It’s deep and it’s well-reasoned. And it’s humanistic, affirming at its core that marketing is ultimately about people and the relationships we build with them. In this conversation, Donald Miller and Seth Godin cover a lot of ground, including: *How to ship your projects quickly without sacrificing quality *Why the old models of marketing are failing and what it takes to succeed today *The psychology behind why people buy (most of us miss it) *The perils of not understanding the world we’re marketing in *Why now is an ideal time to be a creative person At every point in the conversation, Seth challenges us to think differently about marketing. And when we do, we’ll find a massive opportunity to set our businesses apart and make more meaningful connections with our customers. Listen now! http://buildingastorybrand.com/55
Learn, Love, and LIVE the Word! Join Pastor Rick Monday-Friday as he presents practical and applicable teaching from God’s Word that will give you daily hope. Apply biblical wisdom to your marriage, children, spiritual growth, hurts, habits, and purpose on this earth. Listen every day for your daily hope. http://PastorRick.com
Rank #1: The Purpose of Work – Part 2.
God is far more concerned about who you are than what you do, but he does use your work and your workplace to develop your character. Pastor Rick uses this message to explain how your …... Get free Pastor Rick's Daily Hope. Subscribe to the daily email devotional or listen to the daily 25-minute audio teaching!
Rank #2: The Purpose of Work – Part 1.
God wants you to work so you can express what he made you to be. He’s given you certain gifts and talents. He expects you to use them! In this broadcast, Pastor Rick shares how … Continue... Get free Pastor Rick's Daily Hope. Subscribe to the daily email devotional or listen to the daily 25-minute audio teaching!
Classic sermons by Tim Keller, Pastor Emeritus of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City and NY Times best-selling author of "The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism." For the latest sermons and additional resources, please visit www.GospelinLife.com
Rank #1: Removing Idols of the Heart.
An idol is something else besides Jesus Christ that is your life. In order to grow, the job of the Christian is to identify what those idols are and to pull them out. You’re looking at yourself and you’re saying, “Why am I so angry? Why am I so worried? Why am I so depressed?” Then you say, “Let me analyze this. What is actually driving me? What goals do I feel like I must have?” Many of us say, “Oh, I trust Jesus and nothing else.” But what is your heart functionally trusting? What does it actually trust? What does it really rely on? Here is the question we need to ask: “Has something besides Jesus Christ taken title to my heart’s functional trust, its functional preoccupation, loyalty, service, and delight? This sermon was preached by Rev. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on October 22, 1989. Series "Growth in Christ, Part 1". Scripture: 2 Colossians 3:5-11, Luke 7. Today's podcast is brought to you by Gospel in Life, the site for all sermons, books, study guides and resources from Timothy Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian Church. If you've enjoyed listening to this podcast and would like to support the ongoing efforts of this ministry, you can do so by visiting gospelinlife.com/give and making a one-time or recurring donation.
Rank #2: How Can We Grow.
We’re beginning a series on Christian growth–growth in grace, growth in supernatural maturity. Sometimes it’s only as you begin to see what the Bible says is true of a Christian, what is in store for a Christian, the kind of growth that can happen in the Christian’s life, that you can come to see very clearly you’re not a believer. You’ve been in and out of churches. You’ve been in and out of different religious organizations. “How do you know?” Sometimes one of the best ways to know is to look and see what the characteristics of Christian growth are. Growth in grace is the very essence of the gospel; otherwise you’re left with a “niceism” or a “moralism” instead of Christianity. This sermon was preached by Rev. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on October 1, 1989. Series "Growth in Christ, Part 1". Scripture: 2 Peter 1:1-11. Today's podcast is brought to you by Gospel in Life, the site for all sermons, books, study guides and resources from Timothy Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian Church. If you've enjoyed listening to this podcast and would like to support the ongoing efforts of this ministry, you can do so by visiting gospelinlife.com/give and making a one-time or recurring donation.
Welcome to the weekly podcast of Elevation Church led by Pastor Steven Furtick. To learn more visit our website at http://elevationchurch.org or download the Elevation App. To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: http://ele.vc/TI55jR
Rank #1: When The Battle Chooses You.
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Rank #2: Let The Dirt Do Its Work.
Life would be a lot easier if we always knew what to do and how to do it, but God rarely works that way. In this message, set yourself free from the "need to know" and learn how to find peace in the process. To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: http://ele.vc/TI55jR
40 Million Downloads. Ziglar Show Host Kevin Miller has one quest, to help you actually apply the most innovative and timeless principles of personal growth to your life. Success principles are a dime-a-dozen. The glory is in getting ourselves to take action and make the positive changes we desire, so we can get the positive results we want. Kevin is a lifetime personal development expert, former pro athlete, and leaders such as Michael Hyatt cite him as a master in getting to the root of their messages. Here we continue the legacy of renowned author, speaker and, humanitarian, Zig Ziglar, to inspire YOUR true performance!
Rank #1: 447: Revisited, Zig on increasing your hope!.
If hope, is not the most important factor of success, it is at least the first step and foundation. Without hope, we either don’t ever take action, or we take weak action that does not produce success. With hope, we achieve astounding things. So here you go, start your New Year off with the first step in your quest for success, however you define it. Thanks to Blue Apron and ZipRecruiter for supporting this episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: 570: Change your attitude or circumstance?.
A clip from Zig Ziglar, longer than normal, over six minutes. But we just couldn’t cut it more because it’s golden. Zig talks to us about the power of our attitudes and how the number one high octane fuel to support our positive attitude is - gratitude. From this I asked this QUESTION on Facebook: “I need some stories on “gratitude”, but want to hear from two sides: 1) tell me a time when you used gratitude to successfully change your attitude about something, OR 2) tell me when you realized there wasn’t enough to be grateful for and you made a needed change.” Tom Ziglar and I talked through the incredible comments and really covered a lot of ground regarding getting rid of negative perspectives and either changing your paradigm with gratitude, or when necessary, changing the circumstances. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Win at Work. Succeed at Life. Lead with Confidence.
Rank #1: Lead to Win Podcast, Episode 1.
When a high-performer encounters a startling career setback—perhaps getting fired or passed up for a promotion—the culprit is easy to predict. Nine times out of ten, it stems from a lack of self-awareness. Understanding your shortcomings is a prerequisite for correcting them. That’s why your level of self-awareness has the power to either slow your growth or skyrocket your success. This is the final episode on the This is Your Life feed. For future episodes of the podcast, search for Lead to Win or visit www.leadto.win.
Rank #2: The Brand New Podcast is Coming!.
Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. In this brand new podcast—Lead to Win—we help you discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life. Listen to the Teaser Episode below, and Subscribe here.
The creators of The Bible Project have in-depth conversations about biblical theology. A companion podcast to The Bible Project videos found at thebibleproject.com
Rank #1: God or gods? - God E1.
This is our first episode in our new series on the Bible’s portrayal of God! We are currently working on a theme video about God that will be released later in 2018. In part 1, (0-8:33) Tim overviews the whole subject. He says later on in the discussion they will talk about the Trinity in the Bible, but for now, they will just focus on the development of the word God in the Bible. In part 2, (8:33-37:34) Tim outlines the problems of modern conceptions with God compared with ancient Hebrew conceptions of God. Tim says that it comes down to how people use the word ‘God’. Today people use the word ‘God’ to refer to a personal being that exists. ‘God’ is both a title for a kind of being and a name for a specific being: the Judeo Christian God. Tim says that if you look up “monotheism” in the dictionary, they define it as “the belief there is only one God, specifically in Judeo Christianity.” Tim asks how can this be the case if the Bible says things like “Lord of lords” and “God of gods”. How did monotheism today come to mean something that it didn’t mean to the ancient Hebrews? Tim says the Hebrew word for “God” is ‘Elohim’. The short forms of this word is “el” and also “eloah”. Tim says that in Hebrew “Elohim” is plural. In part 3, (37:34-54:05) Tim outlines a unique use of the word “Elohim” the story of Saul in 1 Samuel 28:12-13: Saul has a spirit-medium conjure up the presence of the deceased Samuel: “And the woman saw Samuel, and she cried out...and said ‘I see a elohim rising up from the ground.” This refers to a human who exists apart from their body. This is not saying Samuel is “God” or a “god.” Rather, the word elohim apparently refers to the mode of existence: a member of the non-physical, spirit realm. The later biblical authors developed vocabulary to talk about these beings to more clearly distinguish between them as elohim and the one elohim: Angel, demon, spirits, etc… The implications are Yahweh is an elohim, but not the only elohim (= spirit being). He is the most powerful, and authoritative, and he alone is the creator of all things, including the other elohim. Tim cites this quote by theological scholar Michael Heiser: “Yahweh is an elohim, but no other elohim is Yahweh. Elohim is a place-of-residence term. The word tells you what the proper domain is for that being. By nature, the God of Israel, the many elohim of God’s council, demons, angels, the departed human dead like Samuel, they are part of a non-physical domain, that’s related to, but distinct from the physical, embodied domain. An elohim is by definition and by nature a disembodied entity, so the word can refer to many different beings who inhabit that realm.” In part 4, (54:05-end) Tim outlines a New Testament example. 1 Corinthians 8:4-6: Therefore concerning the eating of things sacrificed to idols, we know that there is no such thing as an idol in the world, and that there is no God but one. For even if there are so-called gods whether in heaven or on earth, as indeed there are many gods and many lords, yet for us there is but one God, the Father, from whom are all things and we exist for Him; and one Lord, Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we exist through Him.” Tim says Paul is telling the Corinthians that there are other “Elohim” but for the Hebrews, their is “one God, the Father, and one Lord, Jesus Christ.” What does this mean to the Hebrews? Find out next time in episode 2! Thank you to all our supporters! Resources: Paul Jouon & T. Muraoka, A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew Michael Heiser: The Naked Bible Podcast 1 Samuel 28:12-13 Check out all our videos and resources at www.thebibleproject.com Produced By: Dan Gummel. Jon Collins. Matthew Halbert Howen Music By: Defender Instrumental: Rosasharn Music In the Distance: Tae the Producer Nocturne: Nomyn 2.
Rank #2: The Empty Throne - Son of Man E1.
In part one (0:00-19:30), the guys discuss what “son of” means in our current culture. They bring up certain phrases like “Sons of Anarchy,” “Sons of Liberty,” etc. Tim says this means that someone identifies with an idea or ideology. Tim then offers the fact that historically people have referred to Jesus as Christ. Christ is actually a Greek word meaning Messiah. Messiah in Hebrew means the anointed one. Tim then says that Jesus never referred to himself as Christ or Messiah, and when others would refer to him as this, he would reply that he is the “Son of Man.” Why is this? For example in Luke 9:18-22: "Once when Jesus was praying in private and his disciples were with him, he asked them, 'Who do the crowds say I am?' They replied, 'Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, that one of the prophets of long ago has come back to life.' 'But what about you?' he asked. 'Who do you say I am?' Peter answered, 'God’s Messiah.' Jesus strictly warned them not to tell this to anyone. And he said, 'The Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests and the teachers of the law, and he must be killed and on the third day be raised to life.'" Jesus refers to himself as the Son of Man in the third person immediately after Peter called him the Messiah. Tim then posits that Paul doesn’t use the phrase “the Son of Man” in his writings. Instead, he uses phrases like “the firstborn of all creation” or “the new humanity.” Tim says this is because Paul is taking the message of Jesus to an international audience that isn’t familiar with what the Son of Man means. So what does the Son of Man mean? And where does it come from? Well in part two (19:30-32:00), Tim takes us to Daniel 7, a famous dream that Daniel had where the Son of Man appears. Tim says that this dream is very iconic and well known in Jewish history. Everyone would have known about it. Daniel has a dream about a succession of beasts that trample humanity. There are thrones established in the heavens over the earth, but only one of them is filled. It’s filled by the Ancient of Days, which is Daniel’s phrase for God/Yahweh. So there is an empty throne, then a figure called the Son of Man rides up on a cloud to the Ancient of Days. The Son of Man is presented to the Ancient of Days and then is given dominion. The Son of Man then sits down on the empty throne. In part three (32:00-end), the guys break down the phrase the Son of Man. If someone refers to themselves as “the Dark Knight,” people automatically know that they are referring to Batman. Similarly, if someone calls themselves “the Son of Man,” they are referring to a certain character in the Hebrew storyline. They discuss what it means for Jesus to be comfortable inserting himself into Daniel’s dream. Thank you to all of our supporters! Show Produced By: Dan Gummel, Jon Collins Show Music: Defender Instrumental, Tents Someday Be Free, Copyright Free Instrumental. Miss Emili, General Vibe Show Resources Our video on the Son of Man: https://bit.ly/2FvYzGb
Do you feel stuck in your job? Do you dread going to work on Monday mornings? Do you want to do work that matters? The Ken Coleman Show is for you! Join the conversation with world-class interviewer Ken Coleman as he delivers practical advice to help you discover the role you were born to play—and map out a plan to get there. Through the years, Ken has interviewed leading experts in business, sports, entertainment and politics. Now, he’s here to help answer your questions about career, passion, and talent so you can maximize your potential. If you have a question for Ken, call 844-747-2577 and subscribe to The Ken Coleman Show today. More at www.KenColeman.com.
Rank #1: Feeling Tired And Overwhelmed At Work? You Are Not Alone.
The Ken Coleman Show is here to help answer your questions about career, passion, and talent so you can maximize your potential. Do you have a question for Ken? Call us at 844-747-2577 or email ASK@KenColeman.com for a chance to be featured on the show. Learn more about my new book, The Proximity Principle: http://bit.ly/2VQqtoM Start reading for free: http://bit.ly/2LJUz9o Caller Topics: Looking for confirmation on a job offer that it is in my sweet spot. How to move on after 20 years in the same industry. Moving from business owner to employee. Connect with Ken: YouTube: http://bit.ly/2W3eYKV Instagram: http://bit.ly/2VTN6IV Facebook: http://bit.ly/2VTKYkf Twitter: http://bit.ly/2VTL7Ej
Rank #2: Stop Thinking So Much And Start Doing.
The Ken Coleman Show is here to help answer your questions about career, passion, and talent so you can maximize your potential. Do you have a question for Ken? Call us at 844-747-2577 or email ASK@KenColemanShow.com for a chance to be featured on the show. Caller Topics: Should I start a business with other people or wait until I can do it on my own? How to stay engaged in work while waiting to jump into the next endeavor. Interview tips for the introverted. I think I have my sweet spot figured out but I'm hoping you can confirm it for me. I left my dream job to be a stay at home mom and now I'm bored. I want to flip homes and be in real estate, but I don't know how to get there.
The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast is a regular examination of what it means to be a transformational leader—someone who daily influences people to think, speak, and act to make a positive difference in their lives and in the lives of others. This podcast will teach you the principles, practices, and process of becoming a transformational leader because leadership isn’t an event—it’s an uphill journey. Every week we will offer a free tool to help you on this journey, so let leadership authority Dr. John C. Maxwell show you the way.
Rank #1: A Winner's Daily Mindset (Part 1).
This week we’re starting a new series called A Winner’s Daily Mindset. In this episode, John Maxwell talks through the first three of six habits. There are many habits that can lead you to success, but the six John shares in this series have helped him in his own 40-year leadership journey. Then Mark Cole and Richard Chancy discuss why continual learning is key to great leadership. As John points out, the moment you stop learning, you stop leading. That’s because leadership is developed, not discovered. Our BONUS resource for this series is A Winner’s Daily Mindset Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/mindset and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: Leadershift by John C. Maxwell Thinking for a Change by John C. Maxwell Developing the Leader Within You 2.0 by John C. Maxwell The John Maxwell Online Store
Rank #2: Ten Keys to Consistent Growth (Part 1).
Leadership is a journey, not a destination. And according to John Maxwell, consistent growth is key to great leadership. Your family, your organization, and your team depend on it. Most people just look at growth as a season or a means to an end, but good leaders don’t stop growing. In this series, John Maxwell talks about 10 key principles for consistent growth and the difference between being goal conscious and growth conscious. Then Mark and Richard dive deep into how growth equals change, and they share some of the toughest challenges they’ve faced on their own journeys of consistent growth. Our BONUS resource for this series is The Consistent Growth Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/consistent and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: Intentional Living by John C. Maxwell Developing the Leader Within You 2.0 by John C. Maxwell 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. Maxwell JumpStart Your Growth by John C. Maxwell The John Maxwell Online Store
“The Chris Hogan Show" provides sound answers to your money questions. Featuring Chris Hogan, America’s trusted voice on retirement, investing and building wealth, this show educates, encourages and empowers listeners of all ages to create a solid plan for their money and to work toward becoming everyday millionaires. We want to talk to YOU! Call us with your success stories or questions about money. Leave us a voicemail at 844.283.9383 or email us at email@example.com
Rank #1: Wise Financial Decisions Can Change Everything!.
“You don’t want to let an opportunity make you get off your plan. There’s a difference between an opportunity and a chance.” — Chris Hogan Connect with a mortgage expert at Churchill Mortgage: http://bit.ly/2HUceZr In Everyday Millionaires, I will show you how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth—and how you can too. +Buy now: http://bit.ly/2BYoPFt The Chris Hogan Showis also available on YouTube: https://goo.gl/mbsoJ7 Other Resources in This Episode: + Join Financial Peace University: http://bit.ly/2Rfsnh3 + Check out Zander Insurance:http://bit.ly/2Ca565R + Use the R:IQ: https://goo.gl/t58SyJ + Check Out the Net Worth Calculator: https://goo.gl/HFijYR + Join Our Private Facebook Community: https://goo.gl/bs7rRw + Find a SmartVestor Pro: https://goo.gl/a98Raq We want to talk to YOU! Call us with your success stories or questions about money. Leave us a voicemail at 844.283.9383 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rank #2: Use Employer Retirement Plans to Make Millions .
“79% of millionaires reached millionaire status through their employer-sponsored retirement plans and IRAs and ROTH IRA’s.” — Chris Hogan In Everyday Millionaires, I will show you how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth—and how you can too. + Buy Now: http://bit.ly/2BYoPFt In today’s burning question, Chris talks about money-saving hacks and shares an article: + Read Now: http://bit.ly/2RhSR1o The Chris Hogan Show is also available on YouTube: https://goo.gl/mbsoJ7 Come to Nashville to visit us at Ramsey Solutions! If you are a fan of the show, Hogan’s producer, DW, wants to meet with you and hear your story. And it doesn’t matter where you are on your journey to high-definition dreams. DW wants to learn how you heard about us, hear your questions for Hogan, and get feedback about the show! If you ask for DW at the front desk and he’s in town, he'll want to come see you! Other Resources in This Episode: + Read the article sent to Hogan From a VIP About Debt: http://bit.ly/2Rfsd9r + Sign Up for Financial Peace University: http://bit.ly/2Rfsnh3 + Use the R:IQ: https://goo.gl/t58SyJ + Check Out the Net Worth Calculator: https://goo.gl/HFijYR + Join Our Private Facebook Community: https://goo.gl/bs7rRw + Find a SmartVestor Pro: https://goo.gl/a98Raq + Attend a Live Event: https://goo.gl/hj3kwu We want to talk to you! Call us with your success stories or questions about money. Leave us a voicemail at 844.283.9383 or email us at email@example.com.
One year. Every day. 365 days through the Bible in community with tens of thousands of others around the globe following the same quest. Hand crafted daily from the rolling hills of Tennessee, Nashville based author and speaker Brian Hardin is your guide on the adventure of a lifetime. Visit us on the web at www.dailyaudiobible.com A YEAR CHANGES EVERYTHING!
Rank #1: DAB January 08 - 2020.
Gen 18:16-19:38, Matt 6:25-7:14, Ps 8:1-9, Pr 2:6-15
Rank #2: DAB January 01 - 2020.
Gen 1:1-2:25, Matt 1:1-2:12, Ps 1:1-6, Pr 1:1-6
The Business Boutique is a growing community of women who are making money doing what they love. In each episode, business coach and Ramsey Personality Christy Wright takes a deep dive into topics like marketing, selling, social media and profits. Episodes include featured interviews with top experts in each of these areas. Christy delivers motivating and thought-provoking messages while sharing stories of women who have found success that will inspire you on your journey.
Rank #1: Ep 2: Starting with the End in Mind.
In this episode, we’ll dig into the specifics for your business like platforms, policies, branding and target market. I promise, it’s fun! We’ll talk about the operational side of running a business with the founder of Grace and Lace: my friend Melissa Hinnant. She has one of the most inspiring stories I’ve ever heard—you’ll love hearing from her. And Donald Miller will help us understand why telling your story is such a powerful way to reach your target audience. 1:15 Tiers 3&4 of the BB Business Plan 20:47 Interview with Donald Miller 37:40 Interview with Melissa Hinnant 49:06 BB Success Story with Megan Hardwick 56:37 Homework Get your free Business Boutique Quick Start Guide by filling out the form here! — To save $10 on any Business Boutique Nashville ticket, use the code BBWRIGHT. — If you have a success story you would like to share with the Business Boutique community, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. New podcast episodes are available every other week.
Rank #2: Ep 54: How to Simplify Your Life and Reduce Stress.
This week’s podcast episode is going to help you simply your life and business. The stress of chaotic schedules and spaces keeps us from living effectively. I know for me a few practical tips can make all the difference. Our guest this week has personally helped me simplify my own life through simple, easy-to-do daily changes. One small change got me thinking beyond my personal life to business. I can’t wait to share a few tips to simplify your business today! Five Ways to Simplify Your Business 1. Simplify Your Paperwork In addition to a laundry mountain, I have mail mountain. It piles up high for weeks or months until I finally address it and sort it into neat stacks. What if we had permanent stacks? What if there were permanent places where those things go? What if we created, like my friend April Perry calls it, a Command Center? You probably already know the main categories of paperwork you encounter throughout the month in your business. Just start there. Do a little bit of work on the front end, and create spaces to sort your paperwork as it comes in! Whether it’s your email inbox, your computer desktop, or a few literal spaces, this strategy is going to help reduce stress in the long run. 2. Simplify Your Workspace When my husband Matt and I were planning our wedding and had a larger invitation list than our budget would allow, our wedding planner provided us with a challenge: cut 10%. We eliminated 10% of our list by eliminating from each category. The same challenge can be applied to your workspace. What if you cut a percentage of what was there? Let’s say 30%. Go into your work space and choose 30% of the items taking up space to sort, store, or throw away. Junk, clutter, and the seventeen pieces of artwork from your children are overwhelming your space. It’s time to approach your workspace with an elimination mindset. Imagine creating a workspace you actually want to work in. You’ll enjoy your work more when you've created a space that you love. Related: How to Have More Time 3. Simplify Your Product or Service Offerings When it comes to your customers, less is more. In products, design, and content, it’s important to create clarity. If it’s complicated to you, it’s even more complicated to your customers. You want to make sure you have a clear path for your customers. A million options with a million varieties is not clear for your customers. It’s overwhelming. Research shows the more options you give people, the less likely they are to buy. People do better with limited options. Get rid of anything in your product offerings that wastes space, doesn’t sell, you don’t enjoy making, or has a horrible profit margin. You’ll leave more space and fewer options for your customers to actually buy what they want. 4. Simplify Your Website Just like with your product offerings, your website needs to be simple and clear for your customers. My friend Donald Miller says, “People don’t buy the best products and services; they buy those they understand the quickest.” People understand the fastest when you give them a few simple words. Everything needs to have a purpose and a point—every tab, landing page, and product description. If it doesn’t, it doesn’t need to be there. When I’m writing a talk, I challenge myself to write the “one sentence.” What’s the one thing I want people to know? Then everything I say points back to that one thing. Your website should be just like that! Your website is a source of communication with your customers. Make it as clear as possible. What landing page, words, or images are not the most important things you want your customer to know? What words are confusing? What words are a distraction? 5. Simplify Your Schedule Similar to your workspace, you can approach your schedule with an elimination mindset. Set a goal and take a percentage right off the top. It’s time to find some margin, and the best way to do that is to be honest with yourself about what you have to do, and what you just think you have to do. You don’t have to do a lot of what you think you do. That’s how we get burnt out: doing all the things halfway. You made that to-do list. You can cut some of it. What if you created margin to do the things you wanted to do, and then did them really well? Related: How to Create Your Perfect Schedule You can make these changes. You can stop perpetually running ragged. I firmly believe that you can slow down and begin to do less and do those things better. I’m speaking to myself on all of these things. In order to do the things that matter most to me, I have to create margin. Simplify Your Life with Emily Ley If you have followed me at all, you know I am always encouraging you to organize and simplify, and that’s why I am thrilled to have Emily Ley as our podcast guest. Emily Ley is the Founder and Creative Director of Simplified®, a brand of planners and organizational tools for busy women. Emily has authored two books: Grace, Not Perfection: Embracing Simplicity, Celebrating Joy and the national best-seller, A Simplified Life: Tactical Tools for Intentional Living. Emily grew her business from the ground up while remaining a debt-free company (p.s., YOU GO GIRL!) After finding success online, Emily Ley’s brand quickly grew to be carried in retail outlets all around the world. Emily’s success didn’t come without learning curves and tough decisions to maintain her company’s values. In fact, she recently had to make the decision to cut down on wholesale to be able to better connect with the customer. Related: Business Values: What Your Business Should Be About I am thrilled that Emily Ley will be a speaker at our Business Boutique 3-Day Event in Nashville this November! In this episode, Emily Ley and I talk about: Why decluttering your home helps your mental health. How to set healthy boundaries, "turn off" work and rest. How to reevaluate your priorities in your life and business. Simplify to Create Space for Rest I’m going to give you some encouragement for something that I’m not always the best at. Y’all know me. I am a mover and a shaker. Because I love what I do, there are times that I choose to work even when I don’t have to. If I’m not careful, I can become a workaholic. I can get so driven, focused, and goal-oriented that I forget why I do all this in the first place. I do this to spend time with my family, have fun, have a life, and rest. We’re really good at setting goals in our business, aren’t we? But I think we neglect setting goals in one major area. Rest should be a goal too. Recuperation, recovery, and rejuvenation are also metrics we should also value. How do I feel? How are my husband and I? When did I last spend time with my friends? Have I had quality time with my kids today? I don’t know where you are in this busy season. But I want to remind you that rest and recovery aren’t just things for the summer. It’s something for us to incorporate into every season of our lives. Related: The Truth About Work-Life Balance “He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside quiet waters.” Psalm 23:2 (NIV) I love this verse because of that word makes. God knows that sometimes I won’t lie down unless He makes me. Don’t push the pedal to the metal so much that you lose track of the things that give you rest and rejuvenate you most. Don’t forget that I love hearing from you! Give me a call on my new toll-free line at 844.944.1074. You might hear your question on a future episode! 1:30 How to Simplify Your Business 17:11 How to Simplify Your Business with Emily Ley 41:52 #AskChristyWright 46:03 Encouragement to Rest Get Christy's 25 Ways to Protect Your Time by filling out the form here! To save $10 on any Business Boutique Nashville ticket, use the code BBWRIGHT. Sign up for the Business Boutique Academy waitlist at BusinessBoutique.com/Academy. If you have a success story you would like to share with the Business Boutique community, email me at email@example.com. New podcast episodes are available every other week.