Cryptocurrency research on new projects, investigating projects mission statements, owners, and seeing if they have a prototype made for the public.
Cryptocurrency research on new projects, investigating projects mission statements, owners, and seeing if they have a prototype made for the public.
Journey through the 8D Audio Stream of Consciousness of Atlas Stark.This is not your ordinary podcast......This is a "Next Gen 8D Audio Experience" designed to move you and have your thoughts attention.Atlas Stark's is a spiritual medium that produces his audio diary of thought through the spirit of media, current events, philosophy, and iconic pop culture."The Diary of Atlas Stark" is the first 8D audio podcast that masterfully layers the sounds into a symphony that channels your subconscious & conscious thoughts.Atlas welcomes you to explore through the mind of his previous life of Nick Kullin, who was masked by a shadow of being listed as the Top 27 CEO's under 27 by Entrepreneur Magazine while hiding his physical, sexual, emotional, and psychological abuse for over 12 years. The past year has been a whirl wind that literally would make anyone go insane, let alone be mentally gifted in a "Autistic & Schizophrenic World."Tune into frequency of thoughts from the "Mind of the Human" who is "Determined to Change the World" through his God-given gifts surrounding spirituality, music, mental health, and social entrepreneurship.All words and interpretation of subconscious and conscious thoughts are approved as Atlas Stark's Point of View and Life Experiences. Using other people's voices allow Atlas's personalities the ability to express themselves in their own unique perspective.Each episode is a sneak peak into the content inside the #stories app which host unlocks the FULL experience and weekly fresh new stories. .......all the while, raising money and awareness for Mental Health with the largest Mental Health nonprofits in the globe.
Rank #1: Your Consciousness Deserves a Story .
This episode is to help give you a mentally awakening into the infinite possibilities on how you can enter into a new realm of storytelling. Atlas is looking for fresh voices who wish to become a "next generation" storyteller. I am in need of content and looking for some incredible souls who are gracious enough to share their story and allow me to create a sound that will leave behind a legacy for someone. If your interested in having Atlas produce a story sound for your voice or idea, please email firstname.lastname@example.org ...listen to the full episodes and explore exclusive interviews with Atlas Stark.Explore through the creative process of a new creative cinema genre."The World's First Multidimensional Conscious Storytelling Music Stream"Learn more about the background to the sound's deeper message on the #stories app and other stories there!Download on iOshttp://bit.ly/storiesoniOSDownload on Androidhttp://bit.ly/storiesonAndroid Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rss/atlasstark?auth=TIWhJeFRsK9UNvA7BeZs3mA7o9oP_jPh)
Rank #2: Love Letters to God ft. Nahko, Alan Watts, Power Rangers, Michio Kaku, Anthony Trucks, Andy Neary, Steve Maxwell, Joe Rogan, Christopher Lochhead.
Follow into the cryptic mind of Atlas Stark.You will be hearing a few easter eggs through out this stream of consciousness that is mashed up into this musical stream of consciousness of Atlas's mind.Such as:- Anthony Trucks & Andy Neary Major League Mindset Podcast Interview- The Power Of Positive Thinking | Steve Maxwell and Joe Rogan- Best Of Catbug - From Season 3 of Bravest Warriors on Cartoon Hangover- rick and morty (morty the wolf of wall street )- Help Me Help You - Jerry Maguire (4/8) Movie CLIP (1996) HD- Christopher Lochhead Marketing Different Podcast - Category Creation Courage - Nahko and medicine for the people- Love Letter to God- Alan Watts_ What Dimension Should You Live In? - Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel - Dimensions in Danger (Best Parts/Highlights)Tommy vs Evil Tommy!- Michio Kaku - The Multiverse Has 11 DimensionsAll inside an 8D audio experience that linguistically flows through as Atlas Stark's Train of thought. ...learn more about background to the deeper message on the #stories app. Download on iOs http://bit.ly/storiesoniOSDownload on Android http://bit.ly/storiesonAndroidSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rss/atlasstark?auth=TIWhJeFRsK9UNvA7BeZs3mA7o9oP_jPh)
Seth and Ian have been friends for years and after their youtube series could not continue, they were desperate to get back to work, and that comes in the form of Press Play, the podcast that reviews old and new movies for your listening pleasure
Rank #1: Nerd News : Final Star Wars Trailer.
The newest and final trailer for the final Star Wars movie is out. How do Seth and Ian feeel?
Rank #2: Press Play Episode 10: Predator.
If it bleeds, we can review it. Seth and Ian look back fondly on one of the greatest, cheesy 80's action thrillers.
Keeping busy city executives and entrepreneurs empowered and healthy. With our podcast guests, we talk about nutrition, fitness, medicine and mental health. Podcast Host: Stephanie Webster from Urban Health Method (http://urbanhealthmethod.com). Stephanie is a nutritional therapist on Harley Street London specializing in fat loss, gut health and hormone optimisation for executives and entrepreneurs over 40.
Rank #1: #103: Why Losing Weight Isn't All That Matters - Olu Adepitan - https://uhm.app/UHM.
“10kg down the line, you probably still look a little bit flabby. You don't have any muscle definition. Your strength has got even worse and you're probably nowhere near closer to achieving the physique that you want to.” ABOUT THE GUEST Olu is the fitness manager of BXR London, the UK’s first high-end, luxury boxing gym offering their members the training, facilities and advice expected by professional athletes, all under one roof. BXR are famed for providing an unrivalled, state-of-the art space for people to challenge and evolve the way they train. With a select group of highly experienced trainers, they offer a wide range of services whilst always maintaining boxing discipline at their core. IN THIS EPISODE In this episode we discuss the importance of looking after your body composition over weight loss and why your method of weight loss may not be working. It's important to keep yourself healthy whilst losing weight and turning body fat into muscle mass. In this episode we delve in deeper as to why Body Scan will benfit you and highlight what you may be doing wrong in your daily healthy regime. --------------------------------------- Listen to the podcast on your mobile: - Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2VaeOhP - Android: http://bit.ly/2ASKOgS - Spotify: https://spoti.fi/35n7rbF - Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=468467 --------------------------------------- CONTACT If you would like to get in touch with Olu Adepitan then please visit https://www.bxrlondon.com/olu-adepitan.html Olu's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oluchf/ BXR London: Website: https://www.bxrlondon.com/ Phone: 020 3146 3436 Email: email@example.com Instagram: brxlondon Twitter: @brxlondon Facebook: @brxlondon ABOUT THE HOST “Give your body what it needs and nothing it does not need.” Hello, I am Stephanie Webster, the CEO of Urban Health Method: https://www.urbanhealthmethod.com/ Welcome to my podcast. It is harder to stay healthy when life get busy and this podcast is intended to help "Keep busy people healthy". I am a Nutritional Therapist at 10 Harley Street London UK specialising in fat loss/body composition, gut health and hormone optimisation therapy. My clients are busy executives and business owners over 40 who want to lose body fat, optimise their health, aesthetics and athletic performance. If you would like a consultation in person or on Skype: Whatsapp me anytime on +447500356356 and let's connect. Stephanie Webster firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UrbanHealth.UH Twitter @UrbanHealthM Instagram @stephaniewebsterurban Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/urbanhealthmethod/ You Tube https://bit.ly/2mhuSRw DONATE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THE PODCAST https://www.patreon.com/urbanhealth WHY CONNECT WITH ME? I believe the body is a beautiful machine Food is fuel You were born to move I believe the body is a work of art And seeks to be sculpted And enhanced I believe that when we connect with our body We connect with ourselves We connect with our truth People connect with me because I lost 30kg whilst living in London, working, being busy. And they want to change their body composition. Optimise their health. Longevity. And they want to change their mindset. Some choose me because of: MINDSET: They are ill or obese and want to develop their self belief and confidence. INFLAMMATION: I have ulcerative colitis which I do not take prescription medication for. IMMUNITY: I had tonsillitis 6 times per year and REFUSED to get them taken out. BARIATRIC: I have a gastric band - that did not work for me. BINGE EATING: Mum died of cancer and that triggered emotional eating and a profound interest in the impact food has on our bodies. I love helping people become the best version of themselves. Steph.
Rank #2: #102: How saying "NO" can change your life - Sabrina Runbeck - https://uhm.app/UHM.
“I used to say yes to almost everything because society teaches us to be polite to be liked by everyone. However, when we say yes to the things that don’t align to our core values, we might become resentful.” ABOUT THE GUEST After working 80 plus hours a week as a surgical advanced practice provider, Sabrina Runbeck (@sabrinarunbeck) devoted herself to cracking the code to working smarter and not harder while finding the gratification to keep her motivated. She is on a mission to help healthcare professionals restore wellness and reboot efficiency so they can feel good, look good and wake up each day energized and fulfilled. She believes everyone has the inner ability to gain more control and find life’s satisfactions. They just need to say more NOs, so they can say YES to the only things that matter. IN THIS EPISODE In this episode we highlight the importance of taking care of yourself. As healthcare professionals play a predominate role in society in the care for others, it is vital they keep themselves in the best possible condition to deliver the best possible treatment for patients. We talk about the pitfalls of saying yes to everything whilst overloading yourself and what strategies we can implement in order to manage our time effectively. --------------------------------------- Listen to the podcast on your mobile: - Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2VaeOhP - Android: http://bit.ly/2ASKOgS - Spotify: https://spoti.fi/35n7rbF - Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=468467 --------------------------------------- CONTACT If you would like to get in touch with Sabrina Runbeck then please visit http://sabrinarunbeck.com/ (sabrinarunbeck) ABOUT THE HOST “Give your body what it needs and nothing it does not need.” Hello, I am Stephanie Webster, the CEO of Urban Health Method: https://www.urbanhealthmethod.com/ Welcome to my podcast. It is harder to stay healthy when life get busy and this podcast is intended to help "Keep busy people healthy". I am a Nutritional Therapist at 10 Harley Street London UK specialising in fat loss/body composition, gut health and hormone optimisation therapy. My clients are busy executives and business owners over 40 who want to lose body fat, optimise their health, aesthetics and athletic performance. If you would like a consultation in person or on Skype: Whatsapp me anytime on +447500356356 and let's connect. Stephanie Webster email@example.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UrbanHealth.UH Twitter @UrbanHealthM Instagram @stephaniewebsterurban Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/urbanhealthmethod/ You Tube https://bit.ly/2mhuSRw DONATE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THE PODCAST https://www.patreon.com/urbanhealth WHY CONNECT WITH ME? I believe the body is a beautiful machine Food is fuel You were born to move I believe the body is a work of art And seeks to be sculpted And enhanced I believe that when we connect with our body We connect with ourselves We connect with our truth People connect with me because I lost 30kg whilst living in London, working, being busy. And they want to change their body composition. Optimise their health. Longevity. And they want to change their mindset. Some choose me because of: MINDSET: They are ill or obese and want to develop their self belief and confidence. INFLAMMATION: I have ulcerative colitis which I do not take prescription medication for. IMMUNITY: I had tonsillitis 6 times per year and REFUSED to get them taken out. BARIATRIC: I have a gastric band - that did not work for me. BINGE EATING: Mum died of cancer and that triggered emotional eating and a profound interest in the impact food has on our bodies. I love helping people become the best version of themselves. Steph.
The On My Mind Podcast is a Christian themed self help podcast to start each day off right. RemyKeene, your host, hopes to bring up real life topics and get you thinking about how you can have a better day and better interactions with the people you see everyday.
Rank #1: Get Ready For Christmas!.
Get Ready For Christmas! This is the Final Episode of Season 2. We will be back sometime after the new year! We will miss you until then! Have a wonderful and blessed Christmas! Visit our website: https://theonmymindpodcast.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onmymindpods/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnMyMindPods/ Store: https://teespring.com/stores/the-on-my-mind-podcast-store Support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/theonmymindpodcast
Rank #2: Not US Versus THEM.
In this episode on The On My Mind Podcast, I share the top thing plaguing the church in our minds. We need to get rid of the Us vs. Them Mindset and change to an Us for Them mindset as Jesus had. Visit our website: https://theonmymindpodcast.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onmymindpods/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnMyMindPods/ Store: https://teespring.com/stores/the-on-my-mind-podcast-store Support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/theonmymindpodcast
Gritty Founder is a daily podcast series where business founders share their stories of grit, determination, and success. The podcast celebrates the heroes who build the companies of their dreams and never quit along the way. The podcast features some of the top founders in Silicon Valley and has been in the making for a long time. Gritty Founder is the first daily podcast in the business category that is currently live. It is meant to encourage founders and provide a daily dose of entrepreneurial wisdom and strategic advice for founders all over the world. You can learn more at https://grittyfounder.com
Rank #1: 00066. How Farmgirl Flowers Founder & CEO Christina Stembel Bootstrapped and Built a Successful Floral Empire.
Episode #00066. Gritty Founder is a daily business podcast series where business founders share their stories of grit, determination, and success. The podcast celebrates the heroes who build the companies of their dreams and never quit along the way.
Rank #2: 00038. How Brie Thomason Started and Grew Brie'sta Coffee Company to 42 Employees at Just 20 Years Old.
Episode #00038. On today's episode of Gritty Founder, Kreig Kent talks with Brie Thomason about how she built and grew Brie’sta Coffee Company with her husband, Kasey. Brie shares excellent advice on execution and strategies for managing a team.
WHAT EXCUSES HAVE YOU BEEN HIDING BEHIND?Wasted minutes. Missed chances. Squandered passion. Unrealized dreams. Millions of people live a life from the safety of their comfort zone, hedged in by excuses, only to be buried with a lifetime of potential still bubbling below the surface, begging to be uncorked.What will be your life’s story? Have you lost opportunities, visions, and relationships to the destructive lie of an excuse?
Rank #1: Emotional Hypochondriacs w/Herson Gonzalez.
I am joined by Herson Gonzalez at the Audiofy Podcast Studios. He's the producer of my podcast and runs the Audio Books division for Audiofybooks.com. We introduce his new podcast show and talked "Emotional Hypochondriacs" You're going to love this segment...This show is sponsored by Audiofybooks.com The new way of Audiobooks & Podcasts Production..Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for podcast and audiobook questions.
Rank #2: Are you the Cow or the Buffalo.
In this episode, we dive deep into "problem issues" and how most of us run away from the "problem" instead of facing them head-on. This Episode is Sponsered by Kavamazoo Tea: Kavamazoo Tea is Vegan is compostable, NonGmo and organic: Please go to https://etsy.me/2H2MqIs (Use the Offer Code KAVA20 to get 20% off) Also, visit www.EggWeights.com Egg-Weights conform to your body’s natural running motion and increase the intensity of your workouts by strengthening your entire body. Egg-Weights can enhance race speed, shape mental toughness, and make you a stronger runner overall with these specialized bundles. (Use offer code Save20 to get 20% off)
Cool weekly insights into stuff I’ve read, saw, did or heard about that made me say WOW, Eureka, Damm! if it motivates and inspires you to reach your Goals then it shall be discussed. Featuring guest interviews from high performers & people of influence, weekly awards for the best Mic Drop moment. This Podcast is guaranteed to leave you pumped up for the week ahead! Don’t just live life - Make life Boom
Rank #1: 35. #35: Has Corona Virus Destroyed your Goals? Here’s How to Win.
Has Corona Virus (COVID-19) Destroyed your Goals? Here’s How to WinWelcome to another episode of The Mic Drop Club Scrambled Thoughts Session. Were we discuss anything and everything that comes to mind, no script and no hidden agenda, just motivation in its purest form. Free-flowing, raw and spontaneous!Today we ask the simple question has Corona Virus Destroyed your Goals? Or is it yet another excuse of deferred effort, focus, confidence and lack of belief?There is an opportunity in Chaos if we just remain positive and open to new experiences.We as always keep it 100% with you, as partners in this digital creation. Together let’s strive to motivate each other, uplift each other to reach heights once perceived out of reach.
Rank #2: 34. #34: How to Combat loneliness during Self-Isolation | Coronavirus (COVID-19) with Victoria Slater.
This podcast we have been fortunate enough to collaborate with Victoria CAMHS Service Manger to shed some clinical light on the things we need to do and to cut through the frenzied hysteria surrounding COVID-19. Many people have never gone through a period of quarantine or self-isolation; however, this is increasingly becoming a reality for millions of people around the world due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Self-Isolation presents a great risk to their mental health and wellbeing. Yet could it be an opportunity to reflect - Self Isolation a Gift or a Curse?We discuss this and so much.Follow the advice and links below and help keep yourself and others safe, good luck!When to self-isolateStay at home for 7 days if you have either:a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or backa new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.You do not need to contact 111 to tell them you're staying at home.Testing for coronavirus is not needed if you're staying at home. How to avoid Spreading it wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 secondsalways wash your hands when you get home or into workuse hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not availablecover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneezeput used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your hands afterwardstry to avoid close contact with people who are unwellNote:Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean Links https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-publichttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51506729https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Introduction to our world of Private vs Public.Details of how you would like to operate. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/support
Rank #1: Sacrifice Is the Beginning.
Sacrifice and Discipline--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/support
Rank #2: Family is the best way to show trust. Explaining private matters of family. What will separate you?.
Family is the best way to show trust. Explaining private matters of family. What will separate you? Trust? What does private have to do with it? Why are you not using your private side to secure your public ways?--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/support
An old school opinion on today's culture, music, and topics. Shaun Q & J. Roman have been called "Old School Experts". Listen in and laugh along with them as they try to bridge the huge gap between the Pepsi generation and New Millennials. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/OSP/support
Rank #1: Ep.22- Controversial Christmas.
In this December current events episode J & Shaun discuss all kinds of good stuff. From Baby Yoda to Brown people playing brown football.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/OSP/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/OSP/support
Rank #2: Ep.21 'Tis the Season -Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Small Business Saturday.
Shaun and Veltria try to get J into the Christmas Spirit--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/OSP/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/OSP/support
The ProfitLayer Podcast is focused on breaking down both the business and marketing layers that are needed to have a successful and profitable business in the real-world.
Rank #1: EP5: ATM Machines that Generate Passive Income with Carey Buck.
"ATMs are like little rental properties without tenants, toilets, or trash." - Carey Buck (25:59-26:02)Timothy Dick Profit Layer Success in any industry requires a commitment to persistent action. But with some businesses, the hard work paves the way for an income stream that requires relatively little time, energy, and attention. Carey Buck has built a profitable business by owning and operating independent Automated Teller Machines (ATM) while teaching others how to do the same. With minimal upfront costs, business owners are creating multiple income streams that support their financial goals. After reading Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad, Carey became interested in creating passive income streams. After a brief stint in real estate, she found out about the ATM business at a property management seminar. That’s where her entrepreneurial success started. She was eventually fired from her full-time day job, but because of her ATM business, Carey never had to find another job. “Look for people who have actually built a business, had success, are qualified to help, and care about people.” Timothy Dick (53:34-54:07) Cash is Still King It’s possible you didn’t even know it was possible to buy your very own ATM. In fact, 60% of ATMs are owned by private individuals instead of banks. In a world where people are used to paying for things with debit and credit cards, cash is still king. According to the Federal Reserve, cash is the most frequently used payment method. It’s used for 30% of all transactions as well as 55% of transactions under $10. The ATM business model is simple. Buy an ATM. Set the fee you want to charge users. Put cash in your ATM. Place your ATM in businesses or at local events. When someone uses the ATM, they pay a surcharge that is your profit to keep. Maximum Profits With Minimal Investment CostAn ATM is a vending machine for cash. But unlike other vending businesses, you don’t have to buy new inventory. The money withdrawn from your ATM is returned to your bank account within 24 to 48 hours. By returning that money to your ATM, your inventory is continually restocked while you collect the surcharge fees for every transaction. If you place your ATM in a local business, expect to generate $300 to $600 per month on average. However, there are many factors that influence your income. Understanding how the business works is critical to meeting your financial goals. Mobile ATMs that you place at events and local fairs can generate larger sums in a shorter period of time. Carey estimates that a mobile ATM at a local event could generate between $500 and $2000. The ATM business offers a level of freedom and control you can’t find anywhere else. You can purchase a machine for around $2,200, put $1,000 in it, and soon be earning a steady stream of new income. “You’re going to operate and run your business much better when you’re not worried about finances.” - Carey Buck (49:30-49:38) Important Details to Consider ATMs have to comply with rules and regulations. If you purchase a used ATM that isn’t ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) compliant, you could face a $50,000 fine. ATMs are vulnerable to skimmers, devices that illegally collect card data from users. Without the right business tools in place, you could be held liable for the losses of your ATM customers. You need to plan for these and other issues if you want to succeed in the ATM business. The ATM business can be the ideal path to entrepreneurship for anyone looking to create new income sources. Retirees and others looking to leave the 9-to-5 work life can get the freedom they need by learning how to buy and set up profitable ATMs in their local area. ATMs give you complete control over your investment, and you decide what financial goals you want to reach. The ATM business lets you create the work lifestyle you want. With over 30 million businesses in the U.S. and only 500,000 ATMs, the opportunity is there for you to create passive income and have the freedom of entrepreneurship. How to get involvedIf you would like more information about Timothy Dick, and the success businesses have gained through work with him, please visit his website. If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we’d love for you to help us spread the word! Learn more about how to get into the ATM business at ATMBusinessBlueprint.com. You can connect with Carey in her Facebook group and subscribe to her YouTube channel.
Rank #2: EP17: The Trichotomy of Returns with Nic Peterson.
“One of the keys to becoming wildly more productive is understanding the concept of the trichotomy of returns.”Nic Peterson (2:49 - 2:54) Learn to be efficient with your resources as your business grows. When your business starts growing, your decisions become more critical. Ideally, you want to minimize your input for a specific return. To make decisions that enable you to maximize your output, you need to grasp the concept of the Trichotomy of Returns. “When making a decision, you have to decide if the expected return is worth your time, and how it affects your business overall.” - Nic Peterson (5:53 - 5:59) Everything you do should go into three different buckets, depending on the return you’re expecting, and the amount of work or resources you think it will entail. The three buckets in the Trichotomy of Returns. Disproportionate Returns - The things you do where the returns aren’t proportionate to the resources. The output can be either favorable or unfavorable. Maybe you put in twice the work and get four times the returns. Or you could 10x your investment and only get marginal benefits. An example of a favorable return is working overtime beyond a certain point. Your hourly return is disproportionately higher when compared to your benefit each regular hour. Proportionate Returns - This is where your results scale proportionately according to the effort or investment you put in. A good example is the case of an hourly employee. If you work double the hours, you’ll make twice the money (barring any overtime, of course). Proportionate returns rarely happen in business. If you double your ad spend, very seldom will your revenue double precisely. Binary Returns - This one is simple. You either get a result, or you don’t. It’s like a light switch. If you switch it on, you’ll have light. If you hit the switch harder, you’re not going to have more light. It becomes problematic in business when the switch is already on, but we keep pushing harder because we aren’t getting more in return. This is typically also where we have the most room to save time money and energy. “The concept of trichotomy of returns is really something to think about because if you put it into practice and apply it to your decisions, you really are going to be a lot more productive.” - Timothy Dick (7:52 - 8:06) If you can learn to discern between which bucket your decision falls into, you’re going to become a lot more productive. Remember, unfavorable returns are still returns, and it’s your job to decide if those results are the best use of your resources. How to get involvedIf you would like more information about Timothy Dick, and the success businesses have gained through work with him, please visit his website. If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we’d love for you to help us spread the word!
A Black y Boricua, born and raised in the Bronx, with her feet planted in WA. Sips Tea @ the Bodega focuses on an edgy perspective on love, family, culture, and social issues while burning sage, loud, and candles.Often there are people who speak their mind and don't give a fuck about hurting your Great Auntie's feelings. I'M PEOPLE.Please NOTE: My opinion is not for everyone :)Explicit content on episodes; play with headphones :)Snapchat: ChrisellnobleTwitter: @SipsTeaBodegaInstagram: @SipsTeaatTheBodega
Rank #1: Ep.7 Roux and the crew have canceled cuffing season!.
Today's episode features Roux and the Crew (Koopa and Pablo). We will be discussing the joys of cuffing season and bringing you guys about 15 tips to help to survive cuffing season. Roux is a black animator and his show focuses on everyday topics with his crew. To keep up with Roux and his crew, please follow them down below: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjpLsGmvy3CEPcqbcT091cA/about Twitter: @RouxHarper SC: @Rouxlouka IG: @Roux_crew Koopa's IG: @Koopa_rtc Pablo's IG: @Johnniboybaby Today's commercial break features music by the following artists: 1. Noo Makes Music - Internet Crush: https://music.apple.com/us/album/make-moves-volume-1/1479605385 2. Jerry Green - Ridah: https://soundcloud.com/jerrygreenmusic/jerry-green-ridah 3. Gunz Villain- Ten Toes: https://soundcloud.com/gunnz-villian --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: Ep. 3: Sis..... wanna know how to date a narcissist?.
Today's episode focuses on my top 10 types of narcissists you should be on the lookout for in a relationship. You can expect my good ol' countdown aka a shakedown, some tips & tricks on how to cope or leave, and final thoughts. Pop your popcorn, press play, and run if your partner makes today's countdown!Commercial break music:Bel-Aire: Retrospecthttps://music.apple.com/us/album/in-a-perfect-world/1253296948--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Christine is known for creating strategies that are responsible for hundreds of billions of dollars in new revenue and company value. Imagine if she was able to sit down with you and SHARE all of her knowledge and insight!Since that isn’t physically possible, this podcast is the next best thing!Christine uses each episode of Crack the Behavior Code to give you a glimpse into her strategic approach to business and leadership. She brings you on a journey to leverage neuroscience-based tools in order to promote behavior change and begin understanding what all humans need (and how you can provide it)! For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
Rank #1: Propel Employee Engagement To Sky-Rocketing Levels.
Often leaders are focusing so intensely on growth that we miss the fact that our team’s emotional experience is suffering. And when they’re suffering, they’re in their Critter State (versus the ideal of being in their Smart State.) Why? Most likely because safety, belonging or mattering are missing. But how do you know who needs what, and when? When I do culture coaching I use three main tools to find out: SBM Behavior Decoder to help leaders understand what a behavior is communicating SBM Communication tools for the individual SBM Index for the entire organization Today we are diving into the SBM Behavior Decoder and how this tool can help forge greater emotional agility for your tribe. You don’t need to ask if a team member needs safety, belonging, or mattering--their behavior says it all. The SBM Behavior Decoder below will help you give them what they need to shift to their Smart State. Click the infographic link and view the Behavior Decoder. SBM Behavior Decoder Infographic What Do Your People Really Crave? If people are in their Critter State and craving safety, they’ll take safety away from others. They need their outside world to match their inside world. This could manifest in the workplace as someone spreading gossip, rumors, or fear in general. If people are in their Critter State and craving belonging, they’ll isolate, withhold information, or form silos—they will essentially “leave the tribe.” They feel they don’t belong, so they’ll behave accordingly… and their outside world will reflect their inside experience. If people are in their Critter State and craving mattering, they’ll take mattering away from others via condescending behavior and making people feel small. They don’t matter, so they make sure that others don’t either. Then their world will make sense. Discover the SBM Trigger of An Individual Once you determine what you think your people really crave, based on their behavior, you can begin a dialogue to confirm your findings. Ask your people - What is most important to you at work? Please list in order of importance: You’re on a team that has a plan, and people have your back. (safety) You’re part of the team, and you have equal value to others. (belonging) You’re acknowledged and appreciated for your unique contributions, and you are making a difference. (mattering) This dialogue starts the process of becoming aware and once we are aware of what state we are in, we can apply the appropriate tools to manifest change. Next, notice both the “go to” behavior of a person in Critter State, as well as what lights them up. If their “go to” is Belonging in Critter State, you may want to try giving them Belonging regularly to light them up. You could do this by saying “I’m so glad you’re on the team. You really bring a lot to everyone! The team is better with you on it.” Notice also your “go to” and what lights you up, as well as your family members too! The Net-Net When we give people what they crave, their critter brain calms down, and we can guide them into their Smart State. This is where true rapport, connection, alignment, enrollment, and engagement live. Oh—and high performance, collaboration, and sustainability are the results! Remember, safety + belonging + mattering = trust. I’ve added links to more information on this topic in today’s show notes for you.Resources Mentioned:The ArticleSmart StateSBM Behavior DecoderSBM Communication Emotional agilitySafety, belonging, or matteringForming silosTrue rapportEngagementHigh performanceContact ChristineYou’re busy growing. Let’s have a strategy session when it makes sense, which means you are…· Committed to getting better results and finding out how awesome your performance can truly be· Ready to make this a priority and get started in the next few months· Allocating budget to improving the leadership, culture and results of you and your company· Able to make the decision to move forward (or can convince the person who can)Ready? Great! Please fill out the form here. If not, check out our resources and subscribe to receive news and more tools as they become available, and we’ll work together when the time is right. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: The 6 Phrases For Better Communication Skills.
Why do people struggle in relationships and with their communication skills?It’s because they don’t use the right words. Well, they might be the right words for you, but are they the right words that the other person needs to hear? Language structures reality. Language sets the tone for respect, kindness, safety, belonging, mattering and more. And it can do the opposite too.Language helps us understand what another person is experiencing, how to support them, how to honor them. And it can do the opposite too.As a Leadership and Culture Coach, I frequently help clients use the most effective words to get the result they want with others. My father was skilled at human relations, and I found the below “course” digging through my late father’s belongings.Here’s the shortest course you’re likely to ever find in Human Relations.The least most important word: “I”The 1 most important word: “We”The 2 most important words: “Thank you.”The 3 most important words: “If you please.”The 4 most important words: “What is your opinion?”The 5 most important words: “You did a great job!”The 6 most important words: “I admit I made a mistake.”What are other important words/phrases you use?One of mine is “together”. It’s a powerful word that helps the recipient know they are safe, they belong, they matter.“We’ll figure this out together.”“Together our team will innovate like never before.”“We can crush the competition together.”You get the idea.When you start to notice the power of words you start to speak differently. Because you now know that language can either boost confidence or bash it, align/enroll/engage teams or tear them apart, create utter devotion and loyalty or cause people to run screaming.How would you like to tune up your communication skills today?Resources Mentioned:Language Structures Reality: https://www.smarttribesinstitute.com/the-7-habits-of-highly-effective-communicators-part-1-creating-trust/Respect & Kindness: https://www.smarttribesinstitute.com/the-7-habits-of-highly-effective-communicators-part-2-get-their-attention-and-loyalty/How to Honor Others: https://www.smarttribesinstitute.com/are-you-honoring-your-5-human-rights-work/The Power of Words: https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinecomaford/2019/04/27/language-that-makes-leaders-look-weak/Growth Assessment: https://smarttribesinstitute.com/assessments/Contact Christine: https://smarttribesinstitute.com/contact/You’re busy growing. Let’s have a strategy session when it makes sense, which means you are…· Committed to getting better results and finding out how awesome your performance can truly be· Ready to make this a priority and get started in the next few months· Allocating budget to improving the leadership, culture and results of you and your company· Able to make the decision to move forward (or can convince the person who can)Ready? Great! Please fill out the form here. If not, check out our resourcesand subscribe to receive news and more tools as they become available, and we’ll work together when the time is right. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
Derek Lundsten and Todd Staples interview the worlds most innovative leaders to uncover new ways to make learning and training fun, engaging and effective.
Rank #1: 029 – The Secret To Becoming Indistractable With Nir Eyal.
There are many distractions in the world today, which will continue to rise in the coming years. Being able to manage your time efficiently and effectively is key. Every minute counts! Author, lecturer and investor, Nir Eyal, shares his tips on how to control your attention and make the most out of the hours in your day. Learn the 4 steps to becoming indistractable and how to pave the way for younger generations as well.2:46 – Keeping the consumer ‘hooked’5:16 – The ultimate macro skill: being indistractable5:56 – How technology can serve us7:53 – The internal trigger distractors10:07 – Schedule syncing and saying ‘No’11:22 – The biggest distractions are other people15:20 – Why children are hypocrisy detection devices16:50 – Teaching behavior regulation19:07 – Turning values into time20:18 – The loneliness epidemic23:53 – Manipulating behaviors26:43 – Deciphering the root of the problemWebsite:HomeBooks:Indistractable – Nir EyalIndistractableHooked – Nir EyalHooked: How to Build Habit-Forming ProductsFull Episode Transcription :(Time code does not match final audio/video)Derek: (01:16)Nir, thanks for joining us on learn to win. Nir: (01:23)My pleasure. Thank you. Derek: (01:24)And hosting us in your home. And we were just talking about direct sighting and we were just talking about education. Why don’t we just start there. It’s kind of an interesting spot, right? So how, you know, in the concept of your books, right? And the concept of, of hooked and distractions. How have you seen this apply to the way that you’re educating your own family, right? And the way that you’re offering opportunities to grow and find your purpose?Nir: (01:47)Yeah. So education is an interesting field. So I’ve made investments in the education industry. Whenever I see people using the hook model for my first book for good to help people form healthy habits, I’m inherently interested in. Then if it makes for good business sense, well then I’m really interested. So company I invested in a few years ago, Kahoot is today the world’s largest educational software. They just went public recently. That turned out to be my best investment that I’ve made as an angel and a, it’s amazing. I mean, they’re getting kids hooked on to in-classroom learning and so it’s a great example of how we can use habit forming products for good, right? When people haven’t read hooked, if they just judge a book by its cover, they’ll say, Oh, is it ethical to hook people? Right? I mean, that’s what Facebook and these video games are doing to us. Right? But no, no, no. We can grab these same secrets. We can use the same consumer psychology that Facebook and the video kind of companies are using to keep us hooked, to make all sorts of products more habit forming that we can help people get hooked to exercising in the gym. Just like Fitbod does. They use the hook model for that reason. As I mentioned, getting kids hooked on to in-classroom learning. I worked with the New York times one of my clients to get people hooked to reading the newspaper. So we can use these same principles from consumer psychology to build healthy habits. Derek: (02:58)I totally agree. It actually is something, couple things you said in there. So we talked about devices before and mobility. I mean we talked about personal responsibility. Like how can we create using technology to amplify, improve the experience of our lives, improve our human connection? How do we, how do we as, as parents, as, as you know, or who are senior people in society help these kids bring that balance of using pods for good habits and developing their, their human element, their emotional intelligence, their, their empathy, their connection. This is, I think, a big theme that we’re hearing now around education and 21st century skills. What are your thoughts on that?Nir: (03:34)Yeah, so this is a big reason why I wrote my second book. Yeah. Indistractible, indistractible is, is being indistracted, I think is what we, what I would call the skill of a century. That it is imperative that all of us learn how to control our attention and choose our life. That if you do not decide for yourself how you want to spend your time, how you want to focus your attention, somebody will decide for you, right? It will be some media company, it’ll be some app, it’ll be your kids, your boss. Somebody is going to decide how you’re going to spend your time and attention unless you decide for yourself. And so being indistractible is about striving to do what you say you are going to do. It’s about living with personal integrity. And I think this skill set, this is a macro skill.Nir: (04:17)This is something that helps you in every facet of your life. You know, I used to, before I wrote this book, I would constantly lie to myself. I would say I was going to go to the gym. I wouldn’t, I would say I was going to be fully present with my kids and yet I’d be on my phone. I would say I was going to work on a big project and finally get to work on that thing. I’ve been putting off at work and somehow I’d check email or a Slack channel instead. And so being indistractible is really about harnessing this macro skill, the super power of being able to do whatever it is you say you’re going to do. When it comes to our kids, it’s even more important because if you think the world is distracting now, just wait a few years, it’s only going to become more distracting. Nir: (04:57)It’s not going to get better and better. Exactly as we want them to. You know, it’s, it’s ridiculous. I hear a lot of people criticizing the technology companies and saying, you know, how dare you make products that are so habit forming and, and, and I quote unquote addictive. But you know, what they’re really saying is you’ve made products that are good, that are engaging, right? Hey Netflix, can you please stop making interesting shows? Apple, your iPhone is too user-friendly. Can you please make it not, no, that’s not going to happen. And so, you know, products getting better isn’t a problem. It’s progress. We want that. But what we need to do is to find ways to use these technologies in a way that serves us as opposed to us feeling like we are serving them. So we want them to be as good as it can possibly be when we choose to use them. Derek: (05:41)So on that point, so what, I know we’ve all heard about some of your habits, but talk about that to the audience about what you do to personally provide that path, that discipline, that, that spaciousness in your own life to have your own choices, be so authentic and blend that path.Todd: (05:54)I might be able to give you a little spark to the conversation from a reader rather than the author. So when I read your book, you had some just perfect examples of the fact that you’re not actually to the normal understanding of the word indistractible, right? Like I don’t think you would define yourself as indistractible, but you’ve set up conditions and structures in your life to punish yourself if you do get distracted, right? Or to avoid those things all together. But it’s not like you’re some superhuman who’s just zen and you don’t notice these distractions. Nir: (06:28)No, no, I wrote this book because I struggled with this problem. I do not have self good self control. I do not have good willpower. That’s why I needed this book. I wrote it for myself more than anyone else. And I think the biggest revelation that I had in writing this book is that the source of our distractions are much more much deeper than just whatever is in our hand and whatever we’re watching on some screen, that distraction does not tend to start from outside of us.Nir: (06:54)It’s not the outside environment, not the pings and dings and rings. Most distractions starts from within. It’s not the external triggers it’s the internal triggers. So there’s four steps to becoming indistractible. The first step and the most important step is understanding how to master the internal triggers. Everything we do, all of our actions are about a desire to escape discomfort. So when we’re feeling lonely, we check Facebook. When we’re uncertain, we Google. When we’re anxious about work, we email. When we’re bored, we check the news, ESPN stock prices. Reddit sports was, all of these things are catering to uncomfortable emotional States. And so the first step to overcoming distraction becoming indistractable is to understand what those internal triggers are. Because if it’s not the cell phone today and the video game tomorrow, it’ll be something else, right? That fundamentally people have been complaining about how distracting the world is forever.Nir: (07:48)Plato talked about how distracting the world was 2,500 years before the iPhone. Distraction is nothing new. So what we have to start with is understanding inside of us what’s going on. Then after we’ve done that, after we’ve mastered the internal triggers, and I tell you all kinds of techniques to do that, the second step is to make time for traction. That the rule is you cannot call something a distraction unless you know what it distracted you from. So if you go through life with a bunch of white space on your calendar, thinking that you’re going to do all these things that you’ve planned for yourself, yeah, I’ll work out sometimes a day. Oh yeah, I’ll, I’ll write that novel today. Or yeah, I’ll spend quality time with my wife or my husband or my kids. Sometime. It’s not going to happen. You know what you’re gonna do.Nir: (08:30)You’re gonna flip on the television. You’re going to check some app, you’re going to look at email. You’re not going to do it what you really want to do with your time. And so it’s imperative and this is a thousands of studies have shown that one of the best things you can do to get more out of your day is to plan ahead. It’s not rocket science. Very few people do it. What’s really new and innovative is this idea of time boxing and schedule sinking. And so that’s something that very few people have heard about where if you plan out every minute of your day, it’s amazing. When I talked to some level executives across the board, they all do it. Everybody who has a C in their title, they’re already doing this. It’s the rest of us who haven’t picked up on how genius this technique is.Nir: (09:08)And here’s where you take it to another level. You do what’s called a schedule sync. So even if you’re not a C level, if you sit down with your manager once a week and you say, look Boss, here’s my week ahead. Here’s how I plan my week, right at time box every minute of my day. Here’s all this stuff I have time for that I’m going to do this week. Now here’s this other list of stuff that you’ve asked for that I’m not going to get to because you see my calendar is full. Now, if there’s any changes you’d like me to make, please let me know. What should I switch out? And this works for a very important reason. You know we’ve all heard this trope that if you want to stay focused, you have to learn how to say, no, my God, shoot me. Really, I’m going to look at the person who cuts my check and say no, that’s terrible advice.Nir: (09:49)So instead of you telling your boss no, have your boss be the one who says no right.Derek: (09:54)Flip the script.Nir: (09:54)Exactly. Flip the script. This is called managing your manager and this will change your life. I mean your, your boss will worship the ground you walk on.Derek: (10:03)Here’s the beauty of it. Everyone acknowledges time. It’s an objective standard, right? We all say we have the same amount of time.Todd: (10:08)We can’t squeeze in some extra time. Exactly. It’s not squeezable, right? Nir: (10:11)The managers are desperate to know what the heck their employees are doing, but they’re afraid to ask because they don’t want to feel like they’re micromanaging. Todd: (10:16)So it’s busy and they just delegate, delegate, delegate. They don’t realize if given 80 hours of work in a week. Nir: (10:23)So that schedule sync is really important. It’s new. It’s not something that many people have heard of and it’s, it’s revolutionary. You can not only do it in your work life, I do it in my whole life as well. I do a schedule, sync with my wife every week. It takes 15 minutes. It has changed our marriage completely. So that’s the second step is about making time for traction. The third step is to hack back your external triggers. Now we’re talking about the pains, the dings, the rings, all of these things in our outside environment, not just our digital devices. It turns out the number one source of distraction in modern American workplace, 80% of people say the number one distraction is other people, other people. It’s the open floor plan office. People come by your desk and say, Hey, did you hear that bit of office gossip? Or let me just talk to you for a quick sec. That turns out to be the greatest effect.Derek: (11:08)A quick sec.Nir: (11:08)Yeah, a quick sec never a quick sec. So I tell you exactly how to hack back all of those external triggers. How to hack back email, how to hack back meetings. Oh my God, how much time did I spend in stupid meetings that don’t need to be called. I tell you how to hack back all of those environments. And then finally, the last step, and this gets back to what you were mentioning before, is to prevent distraction with pact. Now a pact is a promise you make to yourself or to somebody else that prevents you from getting distracted. Now, the important thing you hear is this is the last resort. This is the fail safe. You do not do this first. You only, you only do this after you’ve done the other three. But making certain types of promises, there’s what’s called a price pact, an effort pact and an identity pact. These three types of packs are wonderful as a last resort to make sure you stay on track. Derek: (11:53)I love it. Yeah, I mean that’s perfect advice for learning to win anybody can benefit from Todd: (12:00)And I just love the, it’s counterintuitive to like place a bet against yourself. So what you did with, with this book, right? You told your friend you’d give him $10,000 if you didn’t finish by a certain day. Nir: (12:13)So that’s an example of price pact. And again, do not do this if you haven’t done the other three things first because then it will backfire because if you haven’t, for example, if you make a bet with somebody and you fall off the wagon, you fail because you haven’t built the strength to deal with the internal triggers, the tools in your toolkit, exactly you have plan the time, you have to do the other things first, but as a last resort, it’s really effective that if you have a, and this is actually, this isn’t a technique I made up, I actually uncover this technique.Nir: (12:40)This was used as the most successful smoking cessation study in history, and I talk about in the book a lot about addiction and smoking because the idea here is look, if, if people can stop these addictions for substances like nicotine and heroin, and of course it’s going to work with Facebook and Instagram or email, right? So in this smoking cessation study, they found that the most most effective smoking cessation study in history, they had three groups. One group, they said, here’s all the nicotine patches and nicotine gum and all the conventional techniques you want free. Okay? Group two. They said, if you do not smoke for six months as tested by a urine test, we will give you $800 okay, we’ll give you a monetary reward. Now, group B did way better than group a, but check out what happened with group C. Group C, they said, if you do not smoke for six months, you will win $650 but to participate in this program, you have to put up $150 now, if you don’t smoke, you get the $150 back.Nir: (13:40)If you do smoke, we keep your hundred $150 so you would think, Hey, if the prize, exactly, but the prize was greater for the $800 and the $650 right? But group C did five times better. The most successful smoking cessation study in history, all it took was $150 bet that you made with yourself. Derek: (14:00)It’s also, it’s an integrity thing. I didn’t want to break the word to yourself that that’s right. That’d be penalized or you know. Exactly right. Nir: (14:07)So putting something in the game. But again, last resort, do not do that first. Derek: (14:11)Very cool. Yeah. All right, cool. So how, personal question, how are you applying these lessons? Cause I, I’m starting to evaluate this. How are you applying this to your, to your children? How do you apply it? Yeah. Nir: (14:21)So the first and most important thing to do is to be indistractible yourself. That children are hypocrisy detection devices, they watch everything you do. And they are, they love to see you screw up. And so the most important thing you can do is to become indestructible yourself. You cannot tell your kid to get off Fortnite and while you’re checking Facebook, it doesn’t work that way. You have to set a good example, which also includes being vulnerable. There’s nothing wrong. Many parents are scared of being vulnerable with their kids. It’s okay to tell your kids, you know what, I’m struggling this too. We can do this together. And then we work through, through those four basic steps, we figure out what their internal triggers are. And there’s a very interesting discussion around why children today are deficient in what we call psychological nutrients, that it’s called the needs displacement hypothesis. It’s not my theory, it’s a 40 year old theory.Nir: (15:09)It’s been around for a very long time. And it says basically that when we’re not getting our psychological needs met in one area of our life, we fulfill them in other ways. And that’s exactly what kids are doing with technology. But their overuse of technology is the symptoms, not the disease. So the first step is to understand. Derek: (15:24)So it’s our fault. Nir: (15:26)There’s a lot of things that play out, right? A lot of things at play. But I would argue that the modern American childhood is not giving kids what they fundamentally need. And so they’re looking for those needs elsewhere. They’re looking for them online. So we have to understand those internal triggers. Then we can make time for traction, just like we would for ourselves. We plan our day so that we can live out our values. We teach our kids how to do the same thing, including making time for social media or video games.Nir: (15:51)Many times kids are ruminating about when am I going to play, when am I going to play, when am I going to play? As opposed to if you make time for it, there’s nothing wrong with it. Because remember where we have to teach kids how to regulate themselves. We’re not raising kids. We’re raising future adults. Right? And so if you come down with a heavy hand and say you will not be using Facebook anymore, you will not be playing fortnight and rebel, you’re going to train little cheats. Right? Right. They’re going to do it when they go over to their friend’s house, they’re going to do it after they go off to college. They will figure out ways to do it. What you want to do is to teach them ways to regulate their own behavior. So by making time for traction.Todd: (16:23)That’s very similar to having a cheat day on your diet. Right? Like you scheduled the cheating when you schedule the like the distractible time. You take your multitasking where you just need to do a thousand things. You know you’re not efficient, but it kind of makes you feel like you’re getting things done. Right. Schedule an hour for that, just so you can feel like I had my little cheat spazz time. Nir: (16:46)Yeah, but don’t, but don’t call it cheat, I think a lot of, I think part of the problem is that is that we, we put a moral hierarchy on this stuff. There’s nothing wrong with watching a video on YouTube. There’s nothing wrong with enjoying Netflix. These technologies are wonderful. There’s nothing wrong with it. If you do it on your schedule according to your values.Derek: (17:04)Authentic choices relative to your identity. Nir: (17:05)With intent, go for it. Enjoy that. As opposed to, I think a lot of people do. There’s what I call the tyranny of the to do list that made people think that okay, to get things done, you put stuff on it to do lists, but then you know what happens half the to do list gets recycled from day after day after day. You get to the end of your day and you still feel like I didn’t do enough. As opposed to when you use time boxing, your only job is to work on a task without distraction. That’s it. That’s all you have to do. It’s not about getting it done, it’s about working on a task without distraction. And of course if you do that consistently, you will get it done. The beauty of that technique is when you get to the end of your day as opposed to feeling guilty. Now that’s exactly what you plan to do, right? I want to check Facebook for one hour.Nir: (17:45)It’s in my calendar. Derek: (17:46)And I earned it. Nir: (17:47)Yeah. There’s nothing wrong with it because I’m doing exactly what I said I would do. So when you turn a distraction into traction. Derek: (17:53)Yeah, I love that. So you mentioned values and that’s an interesting topic and very relevant to maybe share your thoughts on how this all ties back to your identity and your values and how that informs your, you know, these different components of indistractions and Hooked. Nir: (18:08)Yeah. So, so values are defined as the attributes of the person you want to become and what you know, what’s important here is to turn your values into time. That we can talk a good game about our values and say, Oh yeah, I value my physical health, I value my relationships, I value learning and I value all this stuff. But how do you make time for it? Derek: (18:30)Does your behavior show that you’ve have values.Nir: (18:32)And more than that, does your forethought show that those are your values? Right? And so what I want people to do, instead of having a five year plan or a vision board or regrets of the dying, how about we just start with next week, right? Turn your values into time for next week by showing me on your calendar where you plan to live out those values. So if physical health is important too, I’m not saying it should be your values need to be your own, but if that’s important to you, do you have time to take a walk to go to the gym? Do you have time on your calendar that says, I have to brush my teeth because I know you need to be in bed on time so that I can get my, my sleep. That stuff needs to be planned for it. Same goes for relationships, right? If, if a having close personal relationships is important to you, is it something you just talk about or is it something you have time in your schedule for?Nir: (19:19)You know, we are going through a loneliness epidemic in this country and it didn’t start with technology, you know, with personal devices. Robert Putnam wrote about this in the 1990s in his book bowling alone. What’s happened is there’s been a decimation of the time that we have spent doing group activities, right? The bowling league, the Kiwanis club, going to the bar with your buddies. It doesn’t happen as frequently. Those regular events don’t occur. And so we are missing those personal connections. We have to make time for it on our schedule or it’s not going to happen. And then finally, when it comes to our work life, right, are we living out our values in the work domain? Everybody’s work has two types of tasks. We have reactive work and we have reflective work. Now, most people have some mix of those two things. Now, some jobs are a hundred percent one or the other.Nir: (20:05)For example, if you’re a call center worker, your job is to pick up the phone and answer or deal with the customer and put it together 100% reactive. Most people listening to me right now have some mix of reactive and reflective work. Now, here’s the problem. Very few of us make time for that reflective work. You, if your job requires you to think, to process, to plan, to strategize, that time has to be on your schedule or else you’re going to be caught up in this reactive responsiveness loop of constantly checking email, checking your phone, checking Slack channels, going to meetings, and you never have time to actually think so that time has to be planned for in your schedule as well. Todd: (20:47)That one thing right there, I think is a game changer because that it’s that treadmill. You’re like, I’m just, I’m almost there. I’m almost, I’m almost caught up. I’m almost kind of, it just goes and goes and goes and goes. And the way I’ve heard that phrase before who was, I think it might’ve been Gary Keller in the one thing he talks about time blocking your time blocking, right? And like it’s the meta, it’s the step beforehand because you don’t realize it does take a lot of time to reflect enough and analyze what’s happening in your life to even figure out what you should time block. Nir: (21:17)And it’s a, it’s a huge competitive advantage because nobody’s doing it right. Nobody has time planned out in their day to think. And if you’re the kind of person who sits down and thinks for a little bit who plans, not only can you solve your own problem, you can solve your company’s problem, you can solve your customer’s promise. So what you can do, you know, look, I’ll be very honest with you, people pay me thousands of dollars an hour to talk to them about their situations, about their problems. Let me be honest with you. Most of the time all I’m doing is listening. I’m just listening, right? And if those folks would take the time to listen to themselves, to write it down, to talk through their issues. The reason they don’t do it is because they, when they pay me thousands of dollars, they keep the appointment. Todd: (21:58)It’s like the smoking test. They put the investment too. Nir: (22:03)They can put time in their calendar and I’m going to keep my appointment with the most important person in the world, ME! Right. Keep the time that you sit with yourself. That is the most important person in the world, in your life.Todd: (22:20)Can I go? Okay, so you, you talked a lot about in both books about the users, right? The users of the application, like when it comes the actual app. What about the layer above that? What about the people building or distributed or managing an app? Maybe it’s an internal app like Kahoot, right? Is there, are there hooks in specific strategies to get those people also at the second level up to be avid users and fans and want to share and become brand ambassadors. Nir: (22:51)Of the product itself? Todd: (22:52)Of the application. Like Kahoot, that’s the example. Nir: (22:54)In hooked, there’s a section in the book where I talk about the morality of manipulation, that these techniques can be used to manipulate our behaviors. And manipulation doesn’t necessarily, I, it has a negative connotation, but it doesn’t necessarily mean manipulate, just means to alter. It comes from, from the, you know, changing something with your hands. And so the idea here is that manipulation has two forms. We have persuasion and we have coercion. That persuasion is helping eople do things they want to do, which is perfectly ethical, right? If you help people it’s good for you. If it’s something you want to do and you build the product to help them do that, that’s perfectly ethical. And then you have coercion, which is getting people to do things they don’t want to do. That is unethical. We should never do that. Not only is that bad ethically people, you know, people aren’t stupid. They’re not puppets on a string. If they use, if they use a product that they didn’t, they regret, they’re not going to use your product. They’re going to tell everybody on social media not to use your product as well. So we would never want to do that.Nir: (23:52)So in my book, I talked about this two part test that if you are going to use these techniques to build persuasive products, you have to pass this two part test. And the two part test goes like this. Number one, you have to look at yourself in the mirror and ask whether what you’re working on materially improves people’s lives. Okay? But that’s not good enough. It’s not good enough just to say, Oh, I want to make the world better. That’s the first test. Is this materially improving people’s lives? The second question is to ask yourself, am I the user? And now why do I want you to ask this question? Because I want you to break the first rule of drug dealing. You know the first rule of drug dealing, don’t use one supply, never get high on your own supply, right? I want you to break that rule.So then if there are any deleterious effects you already know that, you’re going to get it. Exactly. So if you answer in the affirmative to those two questions, you fall into this bucket that I call facilitators. So if you believe in material improves people’s lives and you’re the user, you’re a facilitator. And I say go for it. Use these persuasive tactics, help people live better lives by building healthy habits because I think that’s where you are in a good ethical and a really good business footing by being a facilitator. Derek: (25:00)So last question i’m going to throw I need to throw in here. Perfect the purpose. Where do you see, how do you see this bigger, better for you? I know we talked before the interview. How would you see this evolving? What did you see? How are you going to apply these lessons in your life to impact the truth that you’re presented to the masses? Nir: (25:13)In indistractible? Derek: (25:14)No, just beyond, beyond the books. Even just like we were talking about a bigger, bigger purpose in life and some of the things we talked about before. I think it’d be helpful for you to articulate. Nir: (25:23)Yeah. So we were talking earlier, I have these daily mantras that are repeated and one of my daily mantras is that my purpose in life is to explain the world so that it can be made better. So that’s just something I repeat every day. That that’s kind of my mission. That’s my purpose. That’s my goal in life is to find interesting questions that I’m struggling with that I haven’t quite figured out. Spend a lot of time going really, really deep. Derek: (25:43)Because other people are also struggling with that. Nir: (25:44)That’s right. That’s right. And so with both my books, you know, with indistractible my last book, I went down so many wrong paths and dead ends. You know, I, at first I thought that the problem really was the technology. So I got rid of all my technology. I got a flip phone, I got my stuff up, a word processor with no internet connection. And I thought, okay, I’ve, I’ve gotten rid of all the modern technologies, right? I’m not using apps anymore. I’m not using the internet. And I still got distracted. Right. I would, I would rearrange my desk. I would take out the trash, I would see a book on the shelves. They, I probably should read that. And so all these books that say, Oh, go on a digital detox, do a 30 day plan. It didn’t work. It didn’t work cause I hadn’t gotten to the root of the problem. And so that’s really what guides me. Derek: (26:25)Do you meditate now? Nir: (26:26)I don’t. I don’t. I did for a year. I did for 365 days. I meditated and then I decided to stop. I didn’t do it. Not that it’s bad. I’m not, if it works for you. Keep doing it. I actually talk about in indistractible. I mentioned the word meditation one time. When I say I will not be talking about meditation for the rest of the book because it’s a great technique. It’s just been, people have heard of it and we’ve already, it’s great if you can do it. A lot of people find either it’s they, it’s not for them. It’s hard. They want more because you know, I’ll be a little bit critical of meditation. I think it’s a little bit oversold that it’s, I think some people hope that it solves all their problems and it solves some problems but we need more than just meditation. Some problems you can’t meditate away.Derek: (27:13)Well I appreciate this, the lens of a psychologist, philosopher, behaviorist or technologists all in one, like I just, it’s been a lot of fun. Todd: (27:24)Way too short and I just want to wrap up too for people listening and watching your like post a reader followup material, like the 80 page workbook and everything that you give someone if they buy the book or the audio book is some of the best I’ve ever seen. It is actionable. I mean it’s literally the 80 page workbook of exercises and it’s not just fluff in scientific theory. It’s really really good.Nir: (27:48)I appreciate it. I was going to be in the final draft but then the book got too long so we decided to take it out and make it available if somebody wants it. It’s, it’s a guide to help you go step by step and there’s also a video course that’s also complimentary, totally free. You know, people like to see things from different angles at different multimedia settings. So you can get, you get the book, you get the the, the workbook. You also get the video course if it makes sure you keep your order number, that that’s very important that you put your order number in in the website and distractable.com and then you get access to all of it. But thank you. Todd: (28:19)Yeah, we’ll put all that stuff in the, in the show notes. So this was great. Derek: (28:23)It’s been a pleasure. Nir: (28:24)Thank you so much. The post 029 – The Secret To Becoming Indistractable With Nir Eyal appeared first on Learn to Win | The Scrimmage Podcast.
Rank #2: 028 – How Immersive Learning Leads To Higher Retention with Maxime Ros.
Technology is constantly changing and so is the way we learn. VR is taking the world by storm with all of the effective, adaptable and scalable options to create the ultimate learning experience. It has a proven track record to increase retention because learners are able to see and do at the same time. Revinax CEO and neurosurgeon Maxime Ros, explains the positive impact that VR has on learning + shows us firsthand some of the libraries he and his team have developed.0:01 – The learner journey1:24 – The power of self-teaching5:42 – Why VR is becoming a preferred learning technology11:39 – Learning with the tools available to you13:08 – VR in the OR19:31 – Learning processes & techniques through immersive tutorialsWebsite:Website:HomeFull Episode Transcription :(Time code does not match final audio/video)Derek: (02:03)So awesome. So gentlemen, thank you again for joining us here in the studio. Appreciate how far you traveled all the way from Paris, from New York Max and Brandon with REVINAX, here to talk to us about all things, virtual reality, augmented reality and how the technology landscape is changing in education and obviously something that’s very important and around Scrimmage as well. But I think just start why don’t we start with how you’ve come into this space. I mean, you literally came from being a physician, you were a surgeon and just decided to start a virtual reality technology company. How did, how’d that happen? Max: (02:45)I was a pediatric neurosurgeon, so you know, that should be able to perform my first surgeries. I had to travel a lot going in there. Lots of different hospitals to learn from various experience. And the main program is even if you are in the operating room with them, you around being beside them or behind them, sometimes facing them so your brain isn’t memorizing in the right direction. And then when you get back home, when you want to review quickly your technique, in fact you don’t have a lot of opportunity to be able to act for the first time. Derek: (03:23)And so you just said, this is the way I need to build this solution. Just recognize at the moment. Max: (03:27)I was engaged in a university career, so I began to learn about instructional design mainly for physicians and first being engaged in you know, physics and education sciences. And then at this time it was the revival of VR, virtual reality. And then we began with the development kit from environments of course, and we went through these different steps in order to be able to do, think about an environments really dedicate you for training through VR.Derek: (04:06)Got it. Yeah. You mentioned something there. I think it’s important to respond to is that VR has been around for 20 almost 30 years, was like as a, as a technology, but only now is it really hitting to the point due to cost effectiveness, the quality of the video sensors, the quality of the interaction is that it’s becoming a tool that can be used mainstream and education and business and customer experience entertainment. Right? And so I commend you for recognizing that opportunity to make immersive learning a more, more efficient tasks. Right. and so, so with that, tell us a little bit how you you know, how you see this evolving for REVINAX and how your technology is going to support learning of the future. Max: (04:52)Well now the main difference with the all VR is that it can be scalable. At first what we wanted to do is to have an easy way to create contents. Cause this is one of the key points. How do I create contents easy? But how do I create an efficient content for training first? So again, when you have created the content, how do you deploy it to make it at scale? And then it comes with the improvement of hardwares, which are they, they improve the resolution, they improve the, the the user experience, and now magically you can you can execute it at scale. Derek: (05:40)Yeah. So I’m glad you mentioned that too because it goes, it reminds me of the story of how we started the Scrimmage with mobility, right? So using phones and tablets and seeing that that was a more efficient, effective way at scale to help people learn, you know, wherever they are, whenever they are. I personally see VR and AR is kind of an extension of mobility is, it’s another mobile device. It allows you to learn wherever you are, whenever you’d like to, but in a more immersive experience. Right. So surrounding you and seeing it real practical, how can you apply the lessons or experience the lessons in a way that doesn’t come off the screen on a, on a phone or a tablet? Correct. Yeah. Max: (06:17)This is a continuum. In fact, if you take the the learner journey, it’s, it’s there are other media or the tools let’s have to be implementing into this learner journey. Yeah. So for hers, VR due to the immersive aspect, give you the emotional or engagements, allowing the learner to to learn better. In fact make, make the content stick. That’s memory. Then we have the mobile for our experiences, it’s being used more for we viewing and then the AR in order to be assisting during the procedure in in our environment. In fact, every piece has its own room and it’s a real continuum. Now VR, won’t, we play the mobile, mobile won’t we’ll play the VR neither the augmented reality. You have to follow these different paths. Derek: (07:21)Yeah. There’s room for each one of them for different modalities. So if we’re coming around for a second, I want to ask you, Brandon, how you obviously been helping the company for a couple of years now. How did you come to be involved with REVINAX and what about this technology attracted you?Brandon: (07:35)Yeah. I think initially when I had first met Maxime it was at a international event where we were getting exposed to to new technology. And one of the, one of the showcases, there was a phone in a headset. At that time it was a Samsung gear and it was the first time I’d tried virtual reality and it was surgery. So I I had come from a background in HR and payroll and this and I had also been more hands on in my personal life being barbering, things like that. And being self-taught, a technical skill trade and being able to see how something is done and feeling as though I was there allowed me to really understand quickly, you know, how powerful of a tool this could be. So I think really what struck me was being able to, I think people use the word immerse a lot, but really it just, you feel like you are in that place and, and that’s something that a video and other ways we learned today. It just, you have to go somewhere, you know, you have, there’s constraints. The learning experientially today that VR will help us to access in a more scalable way. So just that experience initially was one part of it. The other part of it was at the time that max was starting Revinax as a company, not just a technology to test when it was really being formed. It was his passion and drive as a surgeon is something that transcends into this company. You know, it takes a certain individual to go from taking years in one profession and saying, you know, this is, this is where I want to put my energy at the same time. But it was more than, it was more than his passion for the, for VR. It was also his passion for what it could do for people globally. At, at the inception of making, making the platform, it was really to share surgery globally to parts of the world where you know, it’s nice to help students and hospitals here in the U S where we have access to some of the best, right? But if you think about all the other people in this world who, if they just had access to basic surgery, basic. medical procedures that we, that we take for granted really not for granted, but that, that we could share more easily. That was the premise of why I started working for this company. And, and as a means to reach that goal, still today we’ve, we’ve thought how could we grow this commercially faster in order to give other people the opportunity to get this content? That’s really what drove me to work closely with the company.Derek: (10:51)I’m glad you mentioned that because that’s another key factor where we’ve aligned from a, from a value standpoint. So again, back to mobility, we still see opportunity. It says education of any form, whether it be health care, surgical education or language or financial education, whatever it is. There’s a large population, right? The rising billion as they’re called, that are coming online. And even more so when you talk about skill, then the economics of that contribution, they’re talking about billions of people of, of intellectual capital, of creativity, of, of solutions that we have the ability collectively to influence and to provide access to, right. For lack of a better term. So I think that’s really, really exciting. I really appreciate that. In terms of the application of Revinax with your customers, and we’re going to see the technology in a minute, I’m excited to play around with it. What, what type of feedback? Both anecdotally and they’ve, you’ve seen measured in terms of how using this in their practice or in their training or in their classroom, exciting or whatever is having an impact on the end client or the end User.Max: (11:53)So we, after the first while effect you have when you use VR. The second feedback we had was, I’ve never seen this before. Even the ones who know VR because the method we design is very unique. But then we cannot just say this and it’s not in. It has not been designed just to be cool. Of course we needed to prove its effect, its efficiency so we performed several studies. Now we have involved more than 350 students studies are being published. He took a little while to design the study to to run it and then to have the results analysis and to write. So for the first one we wanted to, it was the proof of concepts and to see if there was a pedagogy called interest. So there were from the students to the Senior to the hospital. We, they try these and we ask them what we learned is that they more than 85% say that they will have adopted this technology if it was available when there were students. Why? Because they will have learned faster. The assumption but why? Because I understand better. That’s a really good point. And second point, there were no difference according to the age because this is a family, your environment. This is real life. Then second study, 175 students there. One group went to technical log, they have to read the operative technique and the other one how the technical log plus VR. And we have shown that they were able to answer bitter the survey immediately and six month after and now we are writing the final article in digitizing evolved 90 students and these child, they had to perform a gesture just after and now we have shown that they were able to do it much more faster than the one who didn’t go through VR. Derek: (14:19)Fascinating. I mean it just shows the multiplication, right? The combating effect of those technologies.Brandon: (14:24)Yeah. I think it’s also worth mentioning some of the larger medical device companies that are, that are, that are starting to utilize this for their own training means maybe you can share a little bit about about some of the initial programs they’re running with it and how they’ve designed it. Max: (14:43)They usually we begin always in this news tree with a pilot. So the first pilot we did for example, it was for one of the pilots we did. Got up. So my working, for example with Medtronic, which is the larger medical device company, they use it. At first it was to showcase an operative technique in front of an audience and then people had to try the VR experience. Then now what they do, we build for with them a library of contents and they use it either during workshops with their physicians, but also step by step. It also being used to train, train internally for sales of course for the rep sales, but also to make the other person being able to understand sure how the product is being used.Derek: (15:49)Yeah, so some that’s confidence. I think. I obviously am a huge advocate for this technology. And in the context that we’re talking about, do you for for rednecks personally, do you see yourself specializing more in supporting healthcare organizations or do you see supporting students or, or both? Where do you see it? Is it, is it a mutual path or are you picking, are you favoring one over the other? For the time being, and this goes back to the question I’m going to come round to, you have to your entrepreneurial journey, which I think is also really interesting.Max: (16:18)So let’s say for the medical device companies for example we design the tutorial with them collaborating, but let’s say students cannot pay for designing new tutorial. So this time what we did and we began with the nurses, it’s to invest on our own, to create a library of content, dedicate it for nurses training either in initial education or continuing education. And here what we propose, it’s a subscription based model with a few amount monthly to give them the possibility to have access to these contents. So we are still creating contents for medical device companies. And then we have also the possibility to create libraries of content to make it available for a large number. And here I connect directly with Brandon regarding the, what we want to do for the wall, half of a musician by giving access to 44 procedures, which can be saved up to 5 million people if any one were on the planet’s could perform this not anyone of course, but any healthcare professionals. Yeah. Brandon: (17:50)I think also what’s interesting about the way that we going back to Max’s point early on, which is making content easy to create, it also allows it to be more flexible where you’re created. So let’s say for example, there’s an off the shelf library that’s successful in one country cause the nursing program and that country has certain education path. But let’s say in some of the countries that we’re talking about where they don’t have access to certain procedures, they don’t necessarily want to learn from a doctor in the U S or doctor in the UK. They want to learn what it’s like to, to do medical procedures in the context of their hospital with the tools that they have. So we feel like it’s really an opportunity, you know, if the right people have access to this technology, it could be done in the context of the countries and the locations that needed them, that it can have the most impact. So that’s the other, the other part to this that can be really interesting. But yeah, going back to the two models right now the business is mostly on demand, content creation and, and the platform itself. And then we are working on off the shelf content that can be accessed by an audience of students in the U S and that’s being done today in Europe, in the U S now. It really will be based on the partners that we can work with here. Derek: (19:18)That’s great.Max: (19:19)What was interesting also, it’s to see that of course healthcare is what lead this project at first. And because of the humanitarian proposes that we had in mind or still having mine then what happen is in order to create the, these contents, we can go further and deeper on this. We had to design a hardware and produce and this hardware, we spend more than a thousand hour in the OR trades. So some companies who were walking in difficult constraint environments like the operating room asked us the possibility to use our tutorial for their purposes, but their purposes are more maintenance for example.Brandon: (20:16)And then in manufacturing. Max: (20:18)And manufacturing. Yeah. So we began also to to have other opportunities because of the high quality content variable to designer for surgical purposes. Now being able also to reach other verticals because they know that if we, we have been able to do it in OR we can apply it to other industries where the, it’s not the same. But it makes sense.Derek: (20:50)I love it. Brandon: (20:51)And those industries are microchip processing plants where it’s a typical production process. Can’t really be used in that environment or clean rooms in nuclear facilities. So pretty wide range.Derek: (21:06)Well, so I think with that let’s play around with the technology. I think. Let’s see some demos. Yeah. Let’s show the audience.**VR DEMO**Brandon: (24:02)So, so right here this is a login screen that is also inside the headset. We can see, you know, how many users are logging in, how they’re interacting with questions inside of the exterior, what role they’re choosing. So there is on the back end the ability to see that as well.Max: (25:42)Okay. So here is the 360 video. We use 360 just for one chapter to make the people understanding where they are, if they need then I can switch to another chapter. And here I’m, literally living the experience through the eyes of the surgeon. I can see how it perform a puncture. If I go on the left side, I can see a powerpoint which explains the performed case and if I turn open my white controller, I can have also other that sound like, for example here the CT scan. Then I come back to the main screen. I have also the voiceover which she explaining me exactly what is going on and I can switch between the different chapters. Here he has performed the puncture and now I can see on the X rays just raising the little in my head exactly synchronized With his hands to understand what is the deployments of his device. Now you can see that you have also two different, X-rays which are usually what you have in the OR. So this is a VR player. I can switch, but you can see all so that according to the different chapters I can have difference additional data. So let’s say if I go here, for example, this time on my right side, I can see another video which aims to explain in a different way what is going on in the main screen. In fact. So this is our environment. When you have the first person view the additional data. And then the different chapters, this is what we call the immersive tutorial and the immersive tutorial is a part of a library and you can pick up into this library, all the other tutorials to be able to learn different technique procedurals but also processes. Derek: (27:55)Really well done. I really enjoyed the UX and I can see why it’s such a great experience. So thank you. The post 028 – How Immersive Learning Leads To Higher Retention with Maxime Ros appeared first on Learn to Win | The Scrimmage Podcast.
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