10 23 20 Farmer Friday
59 min
10 23 20 Farmer Friday by Ag PhD
True Underdog
True Underdog
Jayson Waller
#UnderdogBites: Breaking Bad Habits with Jayson Waller
Today on the show Jayson and John LeBlanc discuss how creating bad habits for yourself can destroy your relationships with your family, friends, and employees. They talk about how important it is to start working on fixing those problems before they become too big of an issue. Jayson talks about his speech problems, how he was not confident in the way he presented himself in meetings. He had to overcome that confidence issue and focus on why he was stumbling over his words. He also talks about his smoking habit and how he overcame that with specific tactics. Getting help from others is one of the best ways to run a company, and live your life. Learning from other people who have walked a different path than you can be incredibly beneficial for both of you. Jayson also discusses the opening processes of writing his book, and how he will be interviewed by _Scribe Media_. Links: Follow True Underdog on IG: www.instagram.com/true_underdog Reach out to Jayson directly at jayson@trueunderdog.com Follow Jayson on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayson-waller-/ Follow Jayson on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaysonwallerbam Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.trueunderdog.com Apply for a chance to receive a $10,000 business grant: https://trueunderdog.com/underdog-achievers-program/ Timestamps: 3:02 - Recognizing Bad Habits 7:33 - Spiderman Costume 9:03 - Speech Habits 10:44 - Hearing Your Own Voice 12:19 - Breaking Bad Habits 14:06 - Losing Your Cool 17:47 - 100% Effort 22:30 - Mindful Moments 24:55 - Deliver of Frustration 28:28 - Seeing Other Perspectives 31:05 - Moving Each Other Forward 34:53 - Different People From Different Walks of Life 37:31 - 2 Minute Drill 41:12 - Writing the Book 43:50 - Fun Story
51 min
Rabbi Daniel Lapin
Rabbi Daniel Lapin
Blaze Podcast Network
Ep 92 | Finding and Using The Right Tools To Fix…Your Life
You wouldn’t accept laziness or greed in yourself, would you? So why accept unhappiness? Far from the benign maternal spirit fondly imagined by environmentalists and secular fundamentalists, “Mother Nature” is actually trying to kill you. It might be malaria or diphtheria, it could be mosquitoes or mountain lions. Getting lost on a hike and dying of thirst happens to more people than being mysteriously rescued by Gaia or Mother Nature. So we come up with cures for diseases and we build seawalls to protect us from hurricanes. Overcoming nature and defeating her homicidal tendencies is what we are to do. And nothing is harder and nothing is more valuable than learning how to defeat our own internal lower natures. Jeep cars and Craftsman tools (Don’t buy them now!) and the real financial value of reputation, yes yours! The very best place to purchase tools. Think you were just unlucky? Think again. Think you were lucky? Think again. Look younger by identifying the number one culprit that causes lines and wrinkles on your face. Develop your potential with this: https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/chart-your-course-journal/ How to get into the happy habit.  Sorry about this, but Hollywood is dead wrong! There is not only one person whom you can marry and live happily ever after with. The secrets of making it work. Guys, it really is not about finding the right girl. It is about becoming the right man. Failing a commitment to yourself is just as serious as failing a commitment to someone else. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 hr 24 min
Pure Hustle Podcast
Pure Hustle Podcast
Pure Hustle Podcast
EP 206: Amazon Problems, eBay Wholesale, Updates, and BOLOs
In this episode we discuss some major problems with amazon and new ways to source on eBay. We also catch up and provide some interesting BOLOs. Partner with us by signing up for a monthly membership at just $5 a month or “buying us a coffee”: _https://www.buymeacoffee.com/purehustle_ Sign Up for listing services with Sellhound and receive 25% your first purchase or 25% off your first month of a Sellhound monthly subscription when using our affiliate link and promo code PUREHUSTLE25. By the way, everyone gets three free listings to try out before any purchases! Just go to Sellhound.com and subscribe using our promo code PUREHUSTLE25. Sign Up for Crossposting with Vendoo and receive 25% off your first month when using our affiliate link. In order to receive the discount, subscription must be purchased  from the same device used to create the account: _https://vendoo.co/register?via=purehustlepodcast_ Purchase PHP Shirts: _https://www.ebay.com/itm/392367249736_ Donation link: _https://www.paypal.me/purehustlepodcast?locale.x=en_US_ Below is a link to all the shipping supplies we buy through Amazon: _https://www.amazon.com/shop/purehustlepodcast_ Bellow is a link to shipping supplies that we use: _https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bR2h1PrrljhI5GKeQYWG6ubLOfkqSt0gLFmSxPm52nA/edit?usp=sharing_ Instagram - @purehustlepodcast Twitter - @purehustlecast Facebook - purehustlepodcast Youtube - Pure Hustle Podcast - _www.youtube.com/channel/UCuEJMAB8GdoaPK7eLkKmAiQ_ --- This episode is sponsored by · Superhuman: Superhuman is the fastest email experience ever made. www.superhuman.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pure-hustle-podcast/support
1 hr 30 min
The Contractor Fight with Tom Reber
The Contractor Fight with Tom Reber
Tom Reber: Entrepreneurship / Small Business
TCF357: How to Avoid Negative People
Surrounding yourself with the right people is vitally important to growing as a business owner and growing as a person. This is a fact and it can’t be emphasized enough. As much as that concept is about finding the right people, it’s equally about avoiding the wrong people. Tom is here to tell you how to avoid those negative people! In this episode, we talk about… * Negativity shows up in a variety of manners * What happens if you allow negative people to be around you * Some negative people have infiltrated the Facebook group * Reasons that we want to avoid negative people * Get some clarity on who you want to be and do an audit of those closest to you * Take some responsibility for your actions and where you are * Pay attention to how you feel after spending time with different people * The best ways to deal with negative people Links to resources: Learn how to market like a pro in our Marketing Boot Camp! Schedule A Contractor Sales Academy Demo Order Your Fight Planner The Contractor Fight Facebook Group The Contractor Fight Night The $100k Contractor is designed to get you to at least $100k a year in personal income. It’s time we quit stealing from our families and get that time back! The Bridge The Contractor Fight TV The Contractor Sales Academy Podcast Want to stop sucking the life out of your contracting business? Join the Contractor Sales Academy and take command of your entire sales process! CSA is a game-changer for your business. Read more at http://strongpreneur.libsyn.com/#vyWRWfcf0VRHIKyQ.99
17 min
Agriculture Today
Agriculture Today
Kansas State University
Cow Herd Profitability … The Business of Christmas Trees
• New numbers on cow herd profitability • A timely look at the Kansas Christmas tree industry • Agricultural news • Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…” 00:01:30 – Cow Herd Profitability: The staff of the Beef Cattle Institute at K-State go over some new numbers from the Kansas Farm Management Association on cow herd profitability, and relate those to tangible cost management measures such as grazing the herd on crop stover...discussing this are K-State veterinarians Brad White and Bob Larson, cow-calf specialist Bob Weaber and livestock economist Dustin Pendell. 00:12:57 – The Business of Christmas Trees: The communications coordinator of the Kansas Forest Service at K-State, Cassie Wandersee, talks with Phil Wegman and Amy Grelinger, two commercial Christmas tree farmers who are officials with the Kansas Christmas Tree Growers Association...they discuss what it takes to succeed in the Christmas tree business, and how those operations are adjusting to accommodate customers under current circumstances. 00:24:24 – Ag News: A look at the day's agricultural news headlines. 00:32:35 – "Stop, Look and Listen": K-State's Gus van der Hoeven presents "Stop, Look and Listen", his weekly commentary on rural Kansas. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
40 min
RV Podcast
RV Podcast
Mike Wendland
The Uncertainty of RV Travel in 2021
What a year 2020 has been. We can’t wait till 2021 begins. But that said, there are no guarantees on what RV Travel in 2021 will be like. It promises to still be challenging. Very challenging in certain places. In fact, as we review all the growing travel restrictions, lockdowns and restrictions as we experience what is described as the Third Wave of COVID, uncertain seems to be the one word that best describes what will most characterize RV travel in 2021. To listen to this episode of the RV Podcast, click the player below: Take RV Travel in Pennsylvania for example For now and in the indefinite future, its state parks are off-limits to out-of-staters, unless they meet some tough requirements. If you live in another state and visit a state park in Pennsylvania, you must show proof of a COVID-19 test, with negative results, that was taken within 72 hours of arriving in the commonwealth. If you can't prove you test negative,  you must quarantine 14 days on arrival in Pennsylvania. And camping in a state park or forest as part of the quarantine regimen is not allowed. Fines for violations can be as high as $300. Read more here from our friends at RVTravel. New Mexico has similar restrictions It is pretty much the same in New Mexico. No out of state residents can camp in any of the state parks until Dec. 31. Only people with a New Mexico driver’s license are allowed in the state’s parks According to the order, out of state visitors must do a two-week quarantine if they plan to travel within the state. Our immediate plans for RV Travel in early 2021 So, let me tell you what we are doing:  We're staying relatively close to home and not planning any long trips for most of December. What RV travel we will be doing for the next few weeks will be in the Great Lakes region, or, after Christmas,  down near our Florida condo, where we'll closely monitor local conditions and maintain social distancing. Yes, we are going camping… just not far from home for a few weeks. We'll be avoiding any gatherings or groups and stick pretty much to ourselves. Our Annual Winter Campout in January is on hold Every winter, we gather with about 50 other RVers for Winter Campout at Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The dates for the 2021 gathering are January 8-12. But Michigan is a state with lots of COVID restrictions, including a liit of groups of over 10. Also, restaurants are closed. Usually, our group takes over local restaurants on Friday and Saturday nights. We haven't ruled it completely out but, unless things drastically change, it looks like this gathering may not be the smartest thing for 2021 The Florida RV Supershow is still on This is one of the biggest RV shows in the nation. We attend every year. As of now, it's still on, scheduled for Jan 13-17 at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. But many manufacturers say they are skipping the show this year. Camping World is not going. Neither is Leisure Travel Vans. Frankly, we're not sure if we will go. While the show is mostly outdoors, traipsing in and out of small RVs all day long seems unduly risky. Yes, most will be wearing masks. But even if they regulate how many can go inside an RV at any given time, you will still be exposed to a lot of air in a confined space that was breathed out by a lot of people. We're holding the dates open. Maybe things will improve over the next two months. If so, we'll go. If not, we won't. Being flexible is the key in the midst of the uncertainty involving RV travel in 2021. Is the RV Industry "Essential?" One worry many in the RV industry have has to do with government shutdowns of RV dealerships and campgrounds deemed as nonessential businesses by government regulators. That’s what happened in the spring. With this latest surge, the industry is fighting hard to make sure that doesn’t happen again. The RV Industry Association (RVIA) is pulling out the stops in attempting to convince ...
47 min
Soil Sense
Soil Sense
NDSU Extension
Bale Grazing with Erin and Drew Gaugler
**Join us virtually at the DIRT Workshop December 8th - 9th: _www.DIRTWorkshopND.com_** Interest continues to rise in incorporating livestock into production systems. Through funding from a SARE grant, brother and sister duo Erin and Drew Gaugler have been experimenting with bale grazing. We talk about their findings from implementing this approach, including how it has impacted soil health and the performance of their cattle. Drew returned to the family ranch in southwest North Dakota after working in oil fields around the world. Erin works full time as a Range Research Specialist at NDSU’s Central Grasslands Research Extension Center near Streeter and is still actively involved in the operation. They applied for a grant from SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program) to implement and evaluate a new bale grazing technique. “I guess what we've realized has been a real benefit ...is that bail grazing can be set up in lots of different ways, depending on your interest, your resources and your commitment to time involved with it, or wanting to have less to do with it.” - Erin Gaugler Sections are isolated with temporary fencing and rotated to concentrate and control the cattle’s effects on the field. The initial goal for the operation was to reduce feeding costs for cattle. Drew has observed soil health benefits, a reduction in labor costs and an improvement in the cattle behavior and stress levels. Initially there was concern that the left over residue would hinder future perennial crop growth if not redistributed. However, Drew shares that the residue left from the hay has not required any additional management and has encouraged perennial crop growth. “On one soil test spot it had roughly three pounds of available nitrogen per acre and the direct bale grazing response went to 70 pounds of available nitrogen per acre. That’s a drastic spot but that was to show how change can be fueled.” - Drew Gaugler While not every location experienced that marked of an improvement, overall both Drew and Erin observed impressive results by virtue of added organic material and bale residue. In addition to soil health, another benefit is the flexibility of this system which could allow a producer to focus on bale grazing efforts only a couple days a week giving them the opportunity to pursue other goals concurrently.
28 min
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