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Streamlined Motherhood Podcast is a show on positive motherhood, personal growth, and intentional parenting with life coach Kate Saffle. Each episode Kate shares tips and encouragement for thriving on your motherhood journey and creating a "full cup" life. Pop in your earbuds, listen to these short mom-guilt free episodes, and uplevel your motherhood, one baby step at a time.
 
getWITit is a podcast exploring through interviewing community leaders, community members and influential individuals that looks into the decline of women in the technology industry and informing the community by promoting awareness, address attrition, create opportunities for transition into tech and preparation of leadership. New episodes will be released on Mondays.
 
We are a business optimization podcast and blog. If you are a high-capacity CEO/Executive/Entrepreneur, looking to optimize and streamline your business, Those Optimize Guys will be your new best friends. We will introduce you to traditional and modern tools that will allow your to work better, not harder. We will not often bring you bleeding-edge advances, as these can be very much unproven. We hope to bring you simple, proven, and value-conscious solutions to your daily challenges.
 
Being an independent mortgage broker can feel like you’re facing big retail banks all alone. Why not learn from industry experts who have already forged the path? Join JP Hussey, Broker/Owner of the Hussey Team, as he goes in-depth about the business with industry experts and AIME members every Tuesday. Sit back, relax, and benefit from the insights you’ll need to further your breakthrough in the broker channel!
 
Welcome to the Art of Communication, where entrepreneurs learn to grow their business more effectively through mastering their ability to connect to others. Whether you're looking to increase revenue, widen your network, or just getting others to buy into your vision, we'll help you dramatically transform your business and life by communicating more effectively, improving your leadership skills, and reinvesting time back into your family. You're only one good conversation away from transform ...
 
This is THE podcast for women over 40 all about style, image, fashion & health in your 40's and beyond. So many women hold back with their style and lack self-confidence to wear what makes their heart sing or have never taken time to find what that is. This podcast is about getting the tips and tools to refine your wardrobe, wear what brings you joy & feel confident doing it! Tune-in and get tips on stylish outfits, decluttering, self-confidence and lots more. Get TWO free PDF style guides i ...
 
Landscape Disruptors is a fun, light hearted, and entertaining platform that showcases top performers in the landscape and snow industry and discusses all things related to business and beyond. This is a platform for sharing advice related to helping landscapers build successful and well-planned out businesses of their own. Viewers can expect a variety of guest experts to talk about all functions related to business, including sales, marketing, making better equipment decisions, and various ...
 
The Positively Creative Podcast was created by Dorothy Collier, artist of Dorothy Art, for creative entrepreneurs. When Dorothy started having a positive outlook on every aspect of her life, including her art career, the creativity and opportunities started overflowing! Join her as she chats with other small business owners, discussing the ins and outs of how to run a creative business and how her creative friends are making it in their respective fields.
 
Welcome to the She Did It Her Way Podcast where we dive into all of your most important questions about starting a business and when to make the leap of going full-time as an entrepreneur. Every week, host, Amanda Boleyn delivers fresh content on productivity hacks, different business strategies, how to confidently transition out of your 9-5 and become a full-time business owner. Along with sharing her business savvy tips, she interviews women who have also gone out and done it their way (Am ...
 
This is a show for down-to-earth entrepreneurs who want to use social media to market your biz, but you might need a little help. Every week, we’ll be dropping a new episode with actionable tips for making the most of the time you spend on social. You'll hear stories from other entrepreneurs who are bumping and grinding just like yourself, and we’ll chat about the best ways you can share your story on social (while keeping your sanity). Connect with Kinsey at feelgoodsocial.com or @feelgoods ...
 
We offer Human Resources, Payroll, Employee Benefits, and Workers' Compensation & Safety outsourcing. ESG republic streamlines employee administration for companies and non-profit organizations across the nation — making life easier for management by increasing productivity across the board, reducing liability, and lowering outlays for human capital administration while maintaining or improving benefits packages — saving employers money. These podcasts are for eductional purposes only. Pleas ...
 
Are you trying to answer the question, "What's next for me?" Do you want to stay more focused and find better balance between work and family? In this show, Jim provides you a clear framework for setting goals-- the right goals for you-- and achieving them. Because being average scares the crap out of you. You don't want to "play to the level of your competition." You want to be significant. You want to crush it in your job. You want to be an awesome parent. You want to be fit. You want to m ...
 
Learn from corporate defense law firm leaders such as the chairmen, managing partners, executive committee members and law partners along with general counsel and legal industry consultants. We interview these men and women across the United States who practice law and provide leadership at the largest law firms to elite corporate boutiques, public and private companies. Glean wisdom, new ideas, relate to their stories and follow along as we talk about current legal industry topics, firm man ...
 
How do I build my dream job? How do I make money online? Am I ready to leave my 9 to 5? How can I create passive income? How can I grow my Instagram following? And the biggest question of all, can I *really* turn my passion into profits? Welcome to the Goal Digger Podcast where we will answer ALL of these questions and so much more! Week after week, host Jenna Kutcher brings you the the productivity tips, social media strategies, business hacks,, and inspirational stories that can help YOU d ...
 
The Seriously Sorted Podcast is hosted by Productivity Coach and Systems Designer Lauren Stratford. If you're a creative solopreneur looking for practical advice on how to beat business overwhelm, manage your time better and design your business structure to suit your life then this is the podcast for you. In each episode Lauren shares her productivity tips and tricks to help you streamline your biz systems & processes so that you can gain the freedom to focus on the work that really lights ...
 
In this podcast, we'll take a look at the people, technology, and culture behind one of the world's most powerful and important computing platforms, the Mainframe. Expect interviews, discussions, and interesting tidbits along the way, with your hosts, Frank and Jeff.
 
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A bill unanimously passed by the Georgia Senate could allow tens of thousands of Georgians to have their probation sentences cut short for good behavior. Lawmakers tried to make it easier to complete a probation sentence in 2017, as part of criminal justice reforms backed by former Gov. Nathan Deal, but Georgia still has a higher per-capita rate of…
 
Many times people can get stuck when it comes to scaling. They have some money coming in OR they have a little growth spurt...but then, nothing else happens. They can find themselves frozen as if there's a glass ceiling. If this happens to you, you may be stuck behind one of the growth roadblocks discussed in this episode. These 5 areas can hinder …
 
Okay, we need to talk. What’s going on in your head right now? What is the quality of your thoughts and the ongoing chatter in your brain? Do you find that your thoughts make you feel really bad but you aren’t sure what to do with them? Do you look at your life and have thoughts about things, people, or circumstances not being what you want? Do you…
 
It’s no secret that I advise every spa owner I work or speak with to have multiple revenue streams. Diversifying your revenue, especially with retail, is a no-brainer for aesthetic professionals, but with the world of retail and ecommerce rapidly changing, simply selling standalone products doesn’t have to be the only option. In this episode, I’m j…
 
Team Jenna Kutcher loves streamlined systems and workflows so we can get weeks and even months ahead, allowing us to dig into bigger, longer-range projects with full creative headspace and focus knowing that the recurring pieces of the business are handled in advance. That’s what this episode is about -- A look into our systems and workflows, why t…
 
Joshua Martin is the founder and owner of LandOne Takeoff, which he built out of necessity for his own landscape company. Like most when creating successful products or services, Joshua identified a problem or pain point in his own business and came up with a solution for that. He built landscape software to measure properties for enhancement and t…
 
On this fourth episode from the Blueprints for American Renewal and Prosperity project, Senior Fellow Molly Reynolds talks about how to make Congress a better place to work, and Senior Fellow Elaine Kamarck discusses how to build an agile government for an era of megachange. Also on this episode, Amar Bhattacharya, senior fellow in Global Economy a…
 
In this season of the podcast we invite music industry friends to share their tips for artists going into 2021. This episode features Nick Ditri from The Disco Fries. Follow The Disco Fries on Twitter, Instagram & TikTok @TheDiscoFries Learn everything Mike knows on the #WorkHardPlaylistHard website @ WorkHardPlaylistHard.com…
 
Climbing the ladder since 2005, Nevada Broker/Owner Elena Boland has found a recipe for consistent success. Noting that growth will be doubly important once the current refi-boom ends, Elena has made it a priority ever since attending an AIME training session in 2019. Elena also made it clear that she didn’t just start hiring right out the gate. Af…
 
Krish Subramanian is the Co-Founder and CEO of Chargebee, a recurring billing and subscription management tool that helps SaaS and SaaS-like businesses streamline Revenue Operations. Chargebee integrates with the leading payment gateways like Stripe, Braintree, PayPal etc. around the world to let you automate recurring payment collection along with…
 
Business owners sometimes become victims of their own successes because they can’t delegate tasks effectively or guide their team in doing their tasks. They end up doing more than they should, affecting their productivity and keeping them from fulfilling their big business visions. That’s where Paula McNicholas and her team at Lean Team Strategies …
 
State lawmakers continued to make major, controversial moves this week at the Capitol in Atlanta: On Monday, a bill overhauling many of the ways Georgians vote passed the state House of Representatives along party lines. HB 531 adds additional ID requirements for absentee ballots and places limitations on the use of absentee ballot drop boxes. It a…
 
Today on the Jere Metcalf podcast, the Best of interviews on negotiating. pulling four clips from four former interviews. Number one, we've got Chris Voss, none other than the author of the renowned bestseller Never Split the Difference. Brandon Voss co-founder with Chris of the Black Swan Group. The Black Swan Group is the leading negotiating cons…
 
As scientists and public health experts race to learn more about how COVID-19 is transmitted, there’s been much talk about viral aerosol particles coming from infected people as they breathe, talk or cough. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns people are more likely to become infected in poorly ventilated and enclosed spaces, where …
 
The youngest students in the Clayton County Public Schools will be able to return in-person starting April 12. Older students will remain virtual for the time being. In a YouTube address this week, Superintendent Morcease Beasley said students in Pre-K through fifth grade will start with a hybrid model, where they alternate between days at school a…
 
As hopes increase that life will soon get back to normal, there’s one pandemic ritual that a lot of kids and parents are going to miss. A year ago, as the coronavirus began to rage, fitness instructor Joe Wicks, known as The Body Coach, started a daily exercise class for kids on YouTube called “PE With Joe.” The idea was to help children stay activ…
 
As the newest coronavirus vaccine makes its debut, the American public has a new set of deliberations before walking into their vaccine clinic — go with the new arrival or stick with the two vaccines that have already gone into the arms of more than 50 million Americans? The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has a few distinct advantages: only one shot is …
 
A state bill that would give undocumented students a bit of a break on public college tuition has cleared a key legislative panel. The House Higher Education Committee approved HB 120 this week. Currently, undocumented students can attend some of Georgia’s public colleges and universities, but they have to pay out-of-state tuition rates. Depending …
 
“It’s What’s Happening Baby” premieres on PBS stations, including Public Broadcasting Atlanta, at 8 p.m. March 6. The program features live, onstage performances by some of the great soul, rock and R&B artists of the 20th century. Artists such as Ray Charles, The Temptations, Dionne Warwick and many others are a part of the lineup. The program aire…
 
The children’s book series “Little Stories of Great Composers” introduces children to classical music through a mouse named Minim. In the series’ first book, “That’s My Piano, Sir!,” Minim meets a young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who plays an impromptu concert on a loading dock in Vienna, Austria. Author Ana Gerhard says she takes the stories from ac…
 
Recently down in Anna Maria, Florida, landscape disruptors Brittany and Caleb Auman conceptualized and executed what is known as a Hype House event where creators come together, share ideas, create content, and build momentum. During the week, some of the guests featured were Brian Fullerton, Shawn and Savvanah Spencer, the Green Industry Podcast, …
 
One year after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered classrooms around the country and the world, U.S. parents are guardedly optimistic about the academic and social development of their children, an NPR/Ipsos poll finds. But 62% of parents say their child’s education has been disrupted. And, more than 4 out of 5 would like to see schools provide targ…
 
From our best tips and tricks to simplify your social media strategy to our top recommended tools, our Spa Social Beats are bite-sized episodes that pack a punch of practical advice so you can stop stressing over social media for your spa. In this week’s #Spasocialbeat, we’re discussing: The primary differences between a social media manager and a …
 
Thanks to a new program, rental and utility assistance will soon be available to Georgians dealing with financial hardships connected to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “The thing that’s been really hard over the last few months has been hearing from people who are really behind on their rent and have no way to make their rent payments,” said Dave W…
 
Georgia Republicans continue to push adding restrictions to absentee and mail-in voting. One proposal includes requiring applications to include a photocopy of the applicant’s driver’s license. The move comes despite any credible evidence that the current system lacks security or invites fraud. But for Cliff Albright, the provisions making their wa…
 
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. This week on The Rundown we're joined by journalist and author Alex Hutchinson. Last year Alex came on The Shakeout to discuss the carbon shoe revolution. This week he returns to update us on the evolution of …
 
As President Biden pushes to get U.S. schools fully open soon, an art exhibit aims to help people visualize what it means that they’re closed. The outdoor installation, called “Pandemic Classroom,” is at the United Nations in New York, and represents schools that have closed around the world because of the coronavirus. UNICEF says the exhibit is a …
 
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday to reject the firing of Elections Director Richard Barron. This comes after the Fulton Board of Elections voted in favor of Barron’s dismissal last month. On Thursday’s edition of “Closer Look,” Commissioner Khadijah Abdur-Rahman joined host Rose Scott for a conversation about the future of B…
 
The NEA National Heritage Fellowship is our nation’s highest honor in the folk and traditional arts. It recognizes the recipients’ artistic excellence and supports their continuing contributions to our nation’s traditional arts heritage. Legendary soul singer and songwriter William Bell is among the distinguished nominees who will receive the award…
 
A new documentary, “Meltdown,” brings viewers to the shores of Greenland’s melting glaciers for an exploration of natural beauty at its most vulnerable. “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with the film’s executive producer, Mike Tollin about the film. He shared how he, photographer Lynn Davis, and climate expert Anthony Leiserowitz brought their…
 
Lots of Petite ladies think they can't pull-off the wide legged trousers or jeans look but I'm here to tell you YOU CAN. In fact, shorter women look really great in this look when it's done right. Seeing as wide-legged is a hot trend for 2021 I thought I'd do a special episode on this topic. 🔥 If you have been stuck in your skinny jeans for years n…
 
The new Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine may offer the best prospect for protecting as many Americans as possible, as quickly as possible, but some U.S. faith leaders say they have moral concerns about its development. Unlike the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was produced in part through the use of cell lines…
 
A safe driver is a productive driver, and a productive driver leads to better business. In order to keep business productive, fleets invest in tech-based safety tools that inform and forewarn potential risk. But, have you ever thought that it’s actually up to the drivers to heed those calls? Host, Michael Freeze has. And so, too, have many of the n…
 
Isabelle Kenyon is the Founder & CEO of Calibrate, the modern, medical metabolic health business that is changing the way the world treats weight. Calibrate's doctor-guided program defines a new standard of clinical care, bringing decades of academic research to everyone, everywhere. Their program combines FDA-approved metabolic medication with a h…
 
A year ago Tuesday, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the first cases of COVID-19 in Georgia. A year later, two cases have grown to 823,000. Health systems dealt with an eruption of coronavirus cases, mounting deaths and patient beds spilling into hospital hallways. And COVID-19 has now killed more than 15,000 Georgians, according to Georgia Department of …
 
A veteran doctor, who is co-leading a free health clinic in the city known as the most diverse square mile in America, says fighting the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging. However, Dr. Gulshan Harjee says she’s thankful the Clarkston Community Health Center (CCHC) has been able to provide care to patients when they need it the most. “There are…
 
Back in March of 2019, “Closer Look” host Rose Scott spoke with Georgia Chief Justice Harold Melton during his first six months leading the state’s high court. They sat down, across a large wooden table in his chambers for a conversation about his personal philosophy as a judge and his perspective on the court’s role in our society. Now, recently, …
 
For Americans factories, business is good these days. Almost too good. Unexpectedly strong demand for furniture, appliances and other manufactured goods is providing a windfall to many of the country’s industries. But as factory gears spin faster to meet the surging demand, a big headache is emerging: Supply chains are getting stretched more than e…
 
When Latoya Jenkins talks about her mom, she likes to focus on happy memories like the games she used to play with her kids. “She used to buy two bottles of dish soap,” Jenkins said. “One bottle was for the dishes. The other bottle was for rainy days. She would take us outside and we would make bubbles.” Jenkins, who lives in upstate New York, says…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Art of Communication Podcast! My guest for today is John Paragon. He started, grew, and sold Paragon Trading, which he developed from a small investment into a 7-figure company where he traded over $200 million for his clients. Today, he leads Paragon Consulting, where he helps entrepreneurs build their own co…
 
Welcome to our weekly #Beautybomb, a burst of info on the latest and greatest ingredients, products, and treatments in the spa industry to help you expand your knowledge and stay on top of your game as an aesthetic expert. In this week’s #Beautybomb, I’m talking about an incredible tool for every spa with a medical environment - Visia by Canfield S…
 
Whether you’re just hopping on the email list bandwagon -- first off, welcome! -- or you’ve been growing your list for a while, hit a bit of stagnancy with subscriber growth, and just need a few new ideas to reach more people… let’s talk about some fun and different ways to grow your list. These 5 strategies don’t take a ton of time or overhead and…
 
Atlanta and the nation are remembering the life of civil rights activist Vernon Jordan. Raised in the Jim Crow South, Jordan rose to lead a successful career in law and business, headed several civil rights organizations and eventually became a close friend and adviser to former President Bill Clinton. As a young lawyer, Jordan played a key role in…
 
This coverage is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access. The article is available for reprint under the terms of Votebeat’s republishing policy. Deidre Holden has been Paulding County election director for 17 years and has lived in the county since she was 3. Holden rememb…
 
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