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  • Global Partnerships Series: CAF India - India Philanthropy

    in Business

    CAF America's Global Partnerships enable carefully chosen teams around the world to bring together the very best of talent and strengths.
    In today's world philanthropy often moves at the speed of the Internet even if the human condition has not yet learned to heal or grow or change or rebuild or a host of other things that philanthropy can and will address, at that same lighting speed. CAF America's Global Partnerships enable us to bridge those great divides by bringing to the American donor the very best of philanthropic expertise and services on the ground in countries around the world. Through this podcast series, we introduce our listeners, our donors to partners we collaborate with and partners who collaborate with us, in making it possible for that long arch of history, that long arch of philanthropic change to bend a little faster, with much more assurance, and with the full regulatory compliance, risk management and regulatory compliance you have come to rely on from CAF America.
    In this edition CAF America President & CEO, Ted Hart will introduce you to Meenakshi Batra, Chief Executive of CAF India our partner in India who provides strategic and management support to corporates, individuals and NGOs throughout India with an aim to ensure greater impact of their philanthropic and CSR investments. CAF India has many years of experience in managing complex philanthropic and community development initiatives for corporations, institutions and individuals. They are established pioneers in designing and delivering 'giving' programs tailored to the needs of corporate and institutional donors.

  • Global Partnerships Series: CAF Russia - Russia Philanthropy

    in Business

    CAF America's Global Partnerships enable carefully chosen teams around the world to bring together the very best of talent and strengths.
    In today's world philanthropy often moves at the speed of the Internet even if the human condition has not yet learned to heal or grow or change or rebuild or a host of other things that philanthropy can and will address, at that same lighting speed. CAF America's Global Partnerships enable us to bridge those great divides by bringing to the American donor the very best of philanthropic expertise and services on the ground in countries around the world. Through this podcast series, we introduce our listeners, our donors to partners we collaborate with and partners who collaborate with us, in making it possible for that long arch of history, that long arch of philanthropic change to bend a little faster, with much more assurance, and with the full regulatory compliance, risk management and regulatory compliance you have come to rely on from CAF America.
    In this edition CAF America President & CEO, Ted Hart will introduce you to Masha Chertok, Director of CAF Russia our partner in Russia who provides service in support of corporate social responsibility initiatives. They design and implement programs on behalf of companies, assist in establishment of independent charities, and provide consulting services in the field of corporate philanthropy policies. CAF Russia has helped many companies and private foundations to develop their social and philanthropy policies utilizing international standards of social investment management .

  • Coronavirus: Best Practices for Working From Home According to a Social Media En

    in Business

    1. Stick to a schedule
    One of the most wonderful things about working from home is that you get to enjoy the comfort of your home all day.
     
    2. Give yourself space
    Don't let your dining room table become the source for stacked papers, folders - or God forbid, a printer.
    A dedicated workspace (ideally one you where you can close the door) is a solid way to keep work and life separate – and ensure you're not constantly reminded of your deadlines while sitting down for dinner. 
     
    3. Look the part 
    When you work from home, appearing professional can be just as important as when you work in a traditional office. (Also, it's 2020, and there's simply no excuse for a poorly lit video conference with bad audio.)
    It's also one of the most dangerous things about working from home. 
    Consider beginning and ending work at the same time each day – the way you would if you were at the office. This will help you separate professional time and personal time – and make it easier to detach both emotionally and physically at the end of the day. You can even log your day and daily tasks if that helps you.
     
    4. Build boundaries
    When it comes to working from home, I often encourage people to "build" and not "set" boundaries – because it's truly a process. 
    It took me years to figure out that even though I work from home, I don't have to answer an email at 9:00 p.m. when I'm sitting on the couch with my husband watching This Is Us. (Trust me, I'm way too fragile to respond to anything after that show anyway.)
    People who should Listen o theis show are entrepreneurs, career coaches
     

  • Power Start Your Day | Episode 931

    in Business

    A Daily Motivation &
    Business Education Call Just for You!
    Reawaken Your Spirit * Resuscitate Your Passion
    Renew Your Mind * Recommit to the Plan
    Wouldn't it be great if you had a coach that empowered you with motivation, tools and resources to succeed every morning?
    Well, now you can plugin to the source.  Introducing PowerStart Your Day!  A Daily Motivation and Business Education Call that's designed to help you Build Big Business & Make More Money!

  • 01:27

    10x your income, impact & freedom with Lisa Évoluer

    in Entrepreneur

    Heck yea! Anything is POSSIBLE if you put your focus and willingness on it.
    My very special guest and a returning guest: the lovely Lisa Évoluer, Certified Life Coach + Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Speaker, Female Online Entrepreneur, from Portugal. She recently relocated from Malta Island to Portugal. She is here this morning with us to discuss and share her personal journeys in practicing yoga and mindfulness, tips and tricks in how to get our shiz done and take care of ourselves and still kick ass in life despite of this chaos and noise.
    Her advise is do the inner work, mindset, and "looking inside to shine outside", and be fulfilled overall in life.
    Lisa Évoluer is a all-around badass girl, spiritual business coach, aerial yoga trainer and owner of one of the leading membership-platforms for the German market. Lisa helps badass yoga bossbabes to run their soul-business without stress and overwhelm. She helps them to learn how to finally get their shit done and take care of themselves. How to unleash their magical, authentic superpower! So they can grow their business, rock their life and have a healthy lifestyle! Sounds like a super plan! I want some myself, please 
    Learn more on her online courses: https://lisa-evoluer.com/ and also connect with her on her social media platform:
    IG: https://www.instagram.com/lisaevoluer/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LisaEvoluerOfficial/
    Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/LisaEvoluerOfficial/group
    Also her youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyVZ5vIa3yBTS1du6y2MPZg
    LIVE and LOVE Fearlessly xx
     

  • The Avon Motivational Show

    in Business

    This show is designed to help avon reps take their business to the next level

  • Power Start Your Day | Episode 932

    in Business

    A Daily Motivation &
    Business Education Call Just for You!
    Reawaken Your Spirit * Resuscitate Your Passion
    Renew Your Mind * Recommit to the Plan
    Wouldn't it be great if you had a coach that empowered you with motivation, tools and resources to succeed every morning?
    Well, now you can plugin to the source.  Introducing PowerStart Your Day!  A Daily Motivation and Business Education Call that's designed to help you Build Big Business & Make More Money!

  • 00:18

    How to Establish Yourself as an Expert in any Field with Sharon Bolt

    in Entrepreneur

    Sharon Bolt is a dog and publicity expert and the founder of Good Dogs! and Get Free Publicity Today. She has been a business owner and Entrepreneur for over 19 years. Sharon’s businesses have included Complementary Therapies, Dog Training and PR, and during the last 13 years she has contributed to more than 50 different local and national newspapers, magazines, TV and radio shows and has received over £1.5 million ($2 million) in free publicity and free advertising.
    Sharon is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur.com, has written for the HuffPost and has been interviewed on some of the top podcast shows from all around the world, she is also the co-author of 2 highly acclaimed books called 'Successful Women in Business' and 'Every Entrepreneurs Guide: Running Your Own Business.'
    Sharon was featured in the BBC TV Show ‘Britain’s most embarrassing pets’ and Channel 5’s ‘When TV animals go horribly wrong’, she has also had a regular slot on BBC Radio since 2008 where she answers the listeners’ questions. Her online dog training courses sell all over the world and her main focus today is teaching business owners and entrepreneurs how to build a brand, increase visibility and grow their business by creating win-win situations with the media. www.getfreepublicitytoday.com & Founder - Good Dogs! www.good-dogs.co.uk

  • 00:58

    Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Adaptation and Planning via Neuroscience

    in Marketing

    When we make plans, we naturally believe that the future will go according to plan. That wrong-headed mental blindspot, the planning fallacy, results in not preparing for contingencies and problems, both predictable ones and unknown unknowns.
    We suffer from the tendency to prioritize the short term, and undercount the importance of medium and long-term outcomes. Known as hyperbolic discounting, this cognitive bias is especially bad for evaluating the potential long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Dr. Gleb Tsipursky wants to protect us from cognitive bias and joins Adam to share his insight and strategies for adapting to the pandemic.
    Discover:
    How to identify where the current reaction to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic might be oriented excessively toward a short-term and/or optimistic outlook; The neuroscience-based evidence for how we tend to make poor choices in the face of slow-moving major disruptions like the pandemic; Techniques to evaluate and shift your career trajectory, professional development, and business model to adapt to and plan effectively for the pandemic; How to develop a long-term strategic plan to navigate successfully the disruptions caused by the pandemic; And so much more! We're not out of the COVID-19 woods yet, and if you want to learn how to prepare for long-term, tune in!