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This podcast is designed to inspire you to create your best possible life through sharing stories of others who already have done some amazing things. To create your best possible life requires putting yourself out there, taking risks and believing in yourself. It requires adapting the right mindset. Far too many of us are trapped in situations that are less than desirable because we hang on to limiting beliefs and poor assumptions. We all want different things and have different definitions ...
 
Welcome to my podcast, where I'll be sharing with you guys a lot of motivation speeches and letting you guys be on the front seat of my transformation to a a better life. With my journey to reach a better life I wanna be able to motivate someone that anything is possible, so with that being said let's take this journey together.
 
Code of Character seeks to spark conversation and bring valuable discussion to the important subject and character and leadership development. We believe character is the number one way to success in this life and can be achieved simply taking actions that are in line with our values and reflect our vision! Join our closed men's FB group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CodeOfCharacter Visit our website at: www.codeofcharacter.com
 
On White Ribbon Alliance's Brave Voices, Bold Actions podcast, we’ll take a close look, episode by episode, at the ten basic universal human rights that all women and newborns are due in pregnancy and childbirth. This podcast will give you what you need to understand what women’s and newborn’s rights in childbirth are, and how to advocate successfully for those rights, wherever you are.
 
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The COVID pandemic has shown us that now, more than ever, that authentic connections are needed. Beyond networking, people need to build a conscious community. In this episode, Stephen Jaye sits down to talk to the founder of Conscious Business Connections, Kristin McGinnis. Kristin delves into the effects COVID has had on how we work and do busine…
 
India is a big country with varied colors, culture and cuisine. The best way to experience India is through a personalized travel experience, and our guest knows the best way to travel. In this episode, Stephen Jaye chats with the founder of Merge Experiences, Mona Contractor. Mona talks about India as only she can, describing the colors and flavor…
 
What would you do if you want to be promoted in your job? You would most likely change the way you speak to your boss. You would do things that you normally wouldn't do. Now, you may get that promotion but are you truly being your authentic self? Learn how to get that promotion while still being yourself. Join your host, Stephen Jaye and his guests…
 
Following your dreams and building things are goals we all share, despite generational differences. It is no different with today’s guest, multimedia artist Ben Barr. Stephen Jaye interviews Ben and they talk about how he got his start as a musician and as an entrepreneur. Ben also talks about his future plans as an artist. Listen in and be inspire…
 
Do you want to become more calm, creative, and emphatic? Then you need to practice Positive Intelligence. Positive intelligence is built on mental fitness, which is your ability to handle life's challenges. Stephen Jaye’s guest in this episode is Darren Kanthal, Founder of The Kanthal Group, where candid career conversations take place with clients…
 
Inspired by 50 Things You Should Do Before You Die (lifehack.org) What's already been achieved - including: being threatened with sexual assault and battery in a redneck bar in South Dakota verbally abusing two Chinese marathon runners singing a karaoke duet in Begbie's local pub eating dog fearing execution in North Korea…
 
Link to Flying Saucer patent: https://www.freepatentsonline.com/7971823.pdf––Paducah, KY resident and inventor, Herbert Martin, discloses his Flying Saucer patent/invention, the "Saucer-Shaped Gyroscopically-Stabilized Vertical Take-off and Landing Aircraft", which has the capability of restoring the ozone. This flying saucer invention is solar pow…
 
College planning can easily become a headache, especially when you start to talk about money. So many things factor into the price of a college education. How do you know which school to go to then? Do you focus on the price or on your major? These are the things Tonica Johnson takes note of when dealing with her clients. Tonica is an education con…
 
Did you graduate from something you love? Maybe you can find something that has enough common threads to it and see if you enjoy that more. Life is too short to just be focused on one thing. Try to do different things. It's never too late to pursue something you're passionate about. If you are working a day job, find time to work on your passions. …
 
As society evolves in isolation and moves away from in-person work set-ups, it has become more of a challenge to build a strong, genuine business community. Tracy Card, president of Elevated Results Group, talks about how this growing network has helped many businesspeople develop relationships and gain opportunities. Unlike other networking groups…
 
Fractional resources are people who are often freelancers, consultants and contractors whose involvement with a company falls outside the standard 9 to 5 or 40-hour a week setup. Through her company, Khazana Inc., Suraya Yahaya provides fractional resources at the executive level for companies looking to scale their businesses up. Suraya allows fou…
 
No matter where we end up in life, we will periodically need to reset. Even in our jobs. Just like the seasons, we must also adjust and change to fully live our lives before we reach our breaking points. In this conversation with Stephen Jaye, Taylor Short, founder of Harmonious Return and author of Reset Your Relationship To Your Job, sheds some l…
 
The lotus is a flower that not only survives but thrives and prospers in muddy, murky, unclear water. Companies are like that, they need to strive and adapt to hard times. You need to build the right culture so that your company can go through those times. This is exactly what the founder of Leading Lotus, Umadevi Gopaldass does for her clients. Sh…
 
Few people reach where they are looking to go without some form of personal transformation. In this episode, Stephen Jaye talks with Rick Harrigan, whose story of personal transformation involves having what he thought he was supposed to have but coming to the realization that it was not the right place for him. He reached a point where he could no…
 
Truly innovating and solving problems often require us to rethink and try new approaches. The DEI Leadership Institute takes a new approach to issues we’ve been working on for longer than anyone’s been alive: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. In this episode, the Institute’s founder Maria Putnam joins Stephen Jaye to discuss how we can adapt a minds…
 
Acting upon what we feel passionate about and pursuing good ideas is not just for those who hate their jobs or are desperate for a new source of income. Joe Comsti and his co-founders Vince Ruggeri and Robbie Hall identified a new way to look at one of the most important aspects of the human experience, physical fitness. Their program, Habit of Hea…
 
It is often challenging to maintain interest, let alone a passion, for what we are doing for nearly half a century. Yet, that is exactly what Rick Seymour has done. He has been helping people improve their health through individualized nutrition plans for 47 years and reports feeling even more passionate about his business than he did when he start…
 
Life can be unpredictable. Often, the best course of action is to have a plan, but we must be flexible enough to pivot and open for that plan to change. In this episode, our host, Stephen Jaye, talks with Alyse Opatowski, the founder and CEO of We Talk Real Talk. The company has taken on several different forms while maintaining its core mission: t…
 
Ok, Boomer. These are the things millennials would say to make fun of how old boomers are. While boomers would make fun of how spoiled and reliant millennials are on technology. The cycle keeps on going, and it will continue to go until someone puts an end to it. Instead of vilifying each other, we can come together and learn a whole bunch of new t…
 
Food's a great way to get to know people. Stephen Jaye’s guest in this episode is Kayla Ferguson, founder at The Same Plate, an organization that addresses two critical human needs: connecting with others and exposure to new ideas. The organization was built as a result of Kayla’s international travels and experience bridging cultural divides over …
 
Taking on a new venture is not only for people in a certain age range or of a certain generation. Stephen Jaye’s guest today is Joyce Feustel, a LinkedIn coach and trainer who started Boomers’ Social Media Tutor at the age of 61! Through this business, she is helping many other Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) start and grow their own businesses throu…
 
Could you be approaching your social media accounts all wrong? Instead of being drowned in all the unnecessary noise on the internet, everyone could really benefit from sharing bite-sized wisdom. Stephen Jaye talks with Chris Huynh, the creator of "The Minute Wisdom,” who does an alternative approach in online content creation. He talks about how h…
 
The author of the childrens' 7-book series, The StarPals, Kimberlee Schultz, explains detailingly how children have benefitted extraordinarily from her books. The StarPals books are based on seven virtues, and each book is themed after them: • Patty Patience• Korey Kindness• Haley Humble• Tommy Truth• Shari Sharing• Toby Thankful• Livey LoveTo purc…
 
In the introduction to this episode on negotiations, we mention the haggling scene in the Monty Python film Life of Brian (1979). Treat yourself: On a more serious note, we mention this academic definition of negotiations: Roloff, M.E., & Jordan, J.M. (1992). Achieving negotiation goals: the “fruits and foibles” of planning ahead. In L.L. Putnam an…
 
Randy Woods, a former atomic worker of the Honeywell Uranium Conversion Plant in Metropolis, Illinois, blows the lid off of the plant's internal defective radioactive conditions; pipe seals leaking radioactive gases into the plant; management thwarting federal inspectors; and many more chilling personal testimonies. This plant is the world's larges…
 
Former worker of the world's largest uranium conversion plant, the Honeywell Uranium Conversion Plant, opens the lid on environmental contamination occurring – the plant exhausting radioactive dusts to the surrounding communities & much more!저자 A Call to Actions
 
Former Wackenhut Security Guard at Honeywell-Metropolis (the planet's largest uranium hexa-fluoride conversion plant located in Metropolis, Illinois), Christopher McCutcheon, describes detailed eye-witnessed accounts of the plant discharding radioactive waste to the Ohio River; uranium being stored in open air; workers taking radioactive contaminat…
 
In 2017, creation of Potential Pandemic Pathogens (PPPs) was given the green light in the U.S.I investigate shocking, documented evidence of these abominal operations.Full Document (Click): Framework for Guiding Funding Decisions about Proposed Research Involving Enhanced Potential Pandemic Pathogens - 2017…
 
Fractional resources are people's whose involvement with a company falls outside the standard 9-to-5 40 hour a week setup. They are often freelancers, consultants and contractors. However, through her company Khazana Inc., Suraya Yahaya is providing fraction resources at the executive level for companies looking to scale up. Through this service Su…
 
Telecom whistleblower, "Scott", discloses advanced undisclosed technologies and agendas unfolding before the world stage. • Nanotech being used in implanting Humans to become technologic slaves• 6G being rolled out in the name of Covid-19 as a new savior for machine-human integrationThese, and much more, on this insightful investigation.6G Links:–•…
 
Alex Hilton, a software and tech programmer, joins us to discuss the social ethics and technological aspects regarding the Covid-19 experimental gene-modifying injection disguised as a "vaccine"; new Covid passports being rolled out to enter certain businesses; and much more fringe Covid controversies.––––––––––––Covid Passport links:• New York's E…
 
Meaningful meetings: a closer look at context and conflict Episode 18 is on meetings and conflicts, so for the academically minded among our listeners, here are three sources of linguistic and conversation analytical research into meetings: Handford, M. (2010). The language of business meetings. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Incidentally,…
 
No matter where we end up in life, we periodically need to reset. To reset means to consider where we are overall, and make some sort of change or adjustment. Resets can come in many different forms. Taylor Short founded Harmonious Return and wrote a book titled Reset Your Relationship to Your Job to help facilitate these necessary life transformat…
 
The lotus is a flower that not only survives, but thrives and prospers in muddy, murky, unclear water. That is exactly what The Leading Lotus helps businesses, as well as individuals do. Many organizations find themselves in places that are muddy and murky in nature due to work cultures where priorities are misaligned and employee experiences don't…
 
Few people reach where they are looking to go without some form of personal transformation. In episode 9, we talk with Rick Harrigan, whose story of personal transformation involves having what he thought he was supposed to have but coming to the realization that it was not the right place for him. He reached a point where he could not take it anym…
 
Truly innovating and solving problems often times requires us to rethink and try new approaches. The DEI Leadership Institute takes a new approach to issues we've been working on for longer than anyone's been alive: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. In this episode, DEI Leadership Institute founder Maria Putnam and I discuss how we can adapt a minds…
 
Acting upon what we feel passionate about and pursing good ideas is not just for those who hate their jobs, or are desperate for a new source of income. Joe Comsti and his co-founders Vince Ruggeri and Robbie Hall identified a new way to look at one of the most important aspects of the human experience, physical fitness. Their program, Habit of Hea…
 
It is often challenging to maintain interest, let alone a passion, for what we are doing for nearly half a century. Yet, that is exactly what Rick Seymour has done. He has been helping people improve their health through individualized nutrition plans for 47 years and reports feeling even more passionate about his business than he did when he start…
 
In this episode, the guys talk about a wide range of things, with a little bit of satire and a cynical side to it all. From their sense of style, AR vs VR, and even amusement parks, this one has it all! As usual, the conversation will expand past the questions and just about talking in general. We love making these every week, and we hope you like …
 
In this episode, Austin comes up with some questions for the listeners to understand Matt and Patrick better. Things like: Why something is their favourite, what their dream future is, how they keep themselves awake, favourite/least favourite game genre and so much more. As usual, the conversation will expand past the questions and just about talki…
 
Creativity in language and visual communication In the first part of the episode, Erika mentions the following study on how colour influences investment decisions: Chan, C. R., & Park, H. D. (2015). How images and color in business plans influence venture investment screening decisions. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(5), 732-748. Veronika publis…
 
In many of our pursuits, the best course of action is to have a plan, but be open for that plan to change. In this episode, we talk with Alyse Opatowski about her organization We Talk Real Talk, which has taken on several different forms while maintaining its core mission: To bring people together through deeper and more authentic conversation.…
 
One of the most important aspects of our work experience is the relationships we build (or fail to build) with our co-workers. In 2015, Future Image Group founder Barbara Randell discovered that despite the growing divide between Baby Boomers and Millennials, nobody had formed an organization to focus on the issue. In this episode we discuss how, t…
 
The Same Plate is an organization addressing two critical human needs, connecting with others and exposure to new ideas. The organization is inspired by Kayla Ferguson's international travels and experience bridging cultural divides over shared meals. The success of The Same Plate also demonstrates that not all ideas need to super complicated and h…
 
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