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54 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
What Are Superfoods? with Hayley Blieden Episode 34
Hayley Blieden is the founder, chief dietitian and Managing Director of The Australian Superfood Co (TASC). Prior to founding TASC Hayley worked as a nutrition journalist and nutritionist at the North Melbourne Football Club. She has BSc in Dietetics and Nutrition (Monash) and an MBA (Deakin). Hayley founded TASC in 2015 after 2 years of research and product development. Two years later she completely transformed the business away from consumer foods into becoming a major supplier of native ingredients to food and beverage manufacturers and consumers in Australia and overseas. Hayley has juggled motherhood (she has 2 children under 4) and a rapidly growing business while keeping herself fit and healthy. In 2017 she won the Rising Star AusMumpreneur award and later that year won the inaugural Lions Den award at the Fine Foods Expo in Sydney. Connect with Hayley at Social links (business): austsuperfoods.com.au Instagram @austsuperfoods Facebook https://www.facebook.com/austsuperfoods/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-... Connect with Humaneity at https://www.humaneity.com https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity https://twitter.com/HumaneityGroup https://www.instagram.com/humaneity_i... https://www.youtube.com/c/HumaneityCh... Humaneity’s Collaboration Alliances BPO Heroes www.bpoheroes.com Websites 4 Small Business https://www.web4business.com.au/ DickieTV www.dickie.tv
45 minutes | Sep 10, 2020
How To Build A Website with Ivana Katz Part 2
In this Series Australian based Web Design Specialist Ivana Katz is joining us each month to go through the process on how to build a World Class website. In this Episode Part 2 of this weeks series, Ivana shares what we have covered so far, and what information is required if you are using a Web Designer to build your site. At the same time Ivana and Mark talk about creating the Humaneity website, and Mark shares what it has been like from a customer and user perspective. 16 Steps To Building A Website 1. Register Domain Name 2. Organise Web-hosting (tips on what to look for in a hosting company) 3. Choose Colours and Fonts (tools for choosing colours including meanings of colour) 4. Get a Logo 5. Gather Information for Your Website 6. Source and Create Images and Banners 7. Create Videos and Upload them to Video Hosting Platform 8. Plan Layout and Structure of Your Website 9. Install Wordpress 10. Choose a Wordpress Theme and Install It 11. Add Text, Images, Slideshows, Videos, Photo Galleries, Maps 12. Install and Configure Plugins for Additional Functionality 13. Add Google Analytics 14. Check How Your Website Looks in Different Browsers and on Different Devices 15. Optimise for Search Engines 16. Backup Website & Security Website development process if working with a designer - Strategy call - Quote / Pricing - Fill out a form - Service Agreement and Deposit - Create website layouts (show humaneity designs) - Build website (on development server if site already exists) - Includes installing and setting up Wordpress, uploading theme, setting up the structure, setting up the formatting elements and finally adding the content What your website developer will need to know - Business Information - Domain Name - Website Details - Services Required - Content to Be Included - Additional Functionality - Calls to Action - Trust and Credibility Icons - Website Structure - Images - Visual Elements including fonts, icons and colours - Project Budget - Goal Launch Date Questions - How much should I expect to pay for a website - How long will it take to create? More info https://www.web4business.com.au/portfolio-item/website-design-checklist-infographic/ https://www.web4business.com.au/portfolio-item/website-design-checklist/ https://www.web4business.com.au/downloadables/website-design-and-development-brief/
44 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
How To Build A World Class Website with Ivana Katz
In this first part of a two part special in this series Ivana shares what you need to know about working with a Website Designer to build your website. At the same time Ivana and Mark talk about creating the Humaneity website, and Mark shares what it has been like from a customer and user perspective. 16 Steps To Building A Website 1. Register Domain Name 2. Organise Webhosting (tips on what to look for in a hosting company) 3. Choose Colours and Fonts (tools for choosing colours including meanings of colour) 4. Get a Logo 5. Gather Information for Your Website 6. Source and Create Images and Banners 7. Create Videos and Upload them to Video Hosting Platform 8. Plan Layout and Structure of Your Website 9. Install Wordpress 10. Choose a Wordpress Theme and Install It 11. Add Text, Images, Slideshows, Videos, Photo Galleries, Maps 12. Install and Configure Plugins for Additional Functionality 13. Add Google Analytics 14. Check How Your Website Looks in Different Browsers and on Different Devices 15. Optimise for Search Engines 16. Backup Website & Security Website development process if working with a designer - Strategy call - Quote / Pricing - Fill out a form - Service Agreement and Deposit - Create website layouts (show humaneity designs) - Build website (on development server if site already exists) - Includes installing and setting up Wordpress, uploading theme, setting up the structure, setting up the formatting elements and finally adding the content What your website developer will need to know - Business Information - Domain Name - Website Details - Services Required - Content to Be Included - Additional Functionality - Calls to Action - Trust and Credibility Icons - Website Structure - Images - Visual Elements including fonts, icons and colours - Project Budget - Goal Launch Date Questions - How much should I expect to pay for a website - How long will it take to create? More info https://www.web4business.com.au/portf... https://www.web4business.com.au/portf... https://www.web4business.com.au/downl... https://www.web4business.com.au/portf...
59 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
Episode 31. Fair Trade with Nicole Lamond
Nicole Lamond has been an active champion of Fair Trade since 1999 after witnessing extreme poverty first hand when visiting tea plantations in East Africa. She now has Fairtrade teas stocked in over 2000 supermarkets and stores throughout Australia, the UK and the USA. She has recently launched Eloments Vitamin Tea which is also Fairtrade and has won numerous product and business awards. Nicole remains a champion of Fairtrade certification and ethical business. You can connect with Nicole via Website www.eloments.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/eloments/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/elomentstea/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-la... Connect with Humaneity at https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity https://twitter.com/HumaneityGroup https://www.instagram.com/humaneity_i... https://www.youtube.com/c/HumaneityCh... Humaneity's Collaboration Alliances BPO Heroes www.bpoheroes.com Websites 4 Small Business https://www.web4business.com.au/ Dickie TV www.dickietv.com
49 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Episode 30. Talking PR with Drew Gerber
For 30 years, Drew Gerber has been inspiring those who want to change the world. As the CEO of Wasabi Publicity, Inc., lauded by the likes of PR Week and Good Morning America, he sparks “aha” conversations that lead to personal and business success. His PR firm is known for landing clients on Dr. Phil, Oprah, Anderson Cooper, The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, and other top media outlets. Wasabi Publicity lives to launch conversations that make a difference and change the world. In this candid and authentic dialogue with Mark, Drew draws on his rich experience in PR for over three decades and shares his views on many insightful topics. Where is the PR industry heading? What is Wasabi's role in that? How did the company get that name? What the mission really is? It's not about the money What leadership tips does Drew share? And much more. Connect with Wasabi at https://wasabipublicity.com/ Connect with Humaneity at https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity https://twitter.com/HumaneityGroup https://www.instagram.com/humaneity_i... https://www.youtube.com/c/HumaneityCh... Humaneity's Collaboration Alliances BPO Heroes www.bpoheroes.com Websites 4 Small Business https://www.web4business.com.au/ DickieTv www.dickietv.com
45 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
Episode 29. In Her Father's Footsteps with Lumbie Mlambo
Mother, Wife, Philanthropist, CEO, Lumbie Mlambo is a lady on a mission. Born in Zimbabwe and now based in Texas, USA, she has had the art of giving back at her core. Following on from her father's tradition Lumbie has embraced the present moment to continue to help people across the world. The NGO is JB Dondolo and the work they do helps to provide water and sanitizers to those in need in the USA and Zimbabwe. This inspiring lady shares her personal ethos that we can all make a difference in the world, and despite the many restrictions put upon us today, Lumbie provides some valuable insights to what each and every one of us can do to make a difference. Her organisation's current Music For Water competition is open to everyone across the world and in true Lumbie style there is no stone left unturned. You can check out the work of the JB Dondolo Foundation by going to https://jbdondolo.org/ Connect with Humaneity at https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity https://twitter.com/HumaneityGroup https://www.instagram.com/humaneity_i... https://www.youtube.com/c/HumaneityCh... Humaneity's Collaboration Partners BPO Heroes www.bpoheroes.com Websites 4 Small Business https://www.web4business.com.au/ DickieTv www.dickietv.com
60 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
Episode 28. Happy Money with Ken Honda
TO WIN A FREE BOOK. Listen or watch the show. Then send your Happy Money comments to https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity Money and happiness expert Ken Honda is a best-selling self-development author in Japan, with book sales surpassing seven million copies since 2001. His latest book is called “Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money” (June 4, 2019, Simon & Schuster). Ken studied law at Waseda University in Tokyo and entered the Japanese workforce as a business consultant and investor. Ken’s financial expertise comes from owning and managing several businesses, including an accounting company, a management consulting firm, and a venture capital corporation. His writings bridge the topics of finance and self-help, focusing on creating and generating personal wealth and happiness through deeper self-honesty. Ken provides ongoing support through mentoring programs, business seminars, therapeutic workshops, and correspondence courses. Ken is the first person from Japan to be voted into the Transformational Leadership Council, a group of personal and professional development leaders. He is fluent in Japanese and English; lived in Boston, Massachusetts for two years; and currently resides in Tokyo, Japan. Learn more at KenHonda.com.
46 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
Episode 27. Talking Outsourcing with Jessica Lascheit
In these challenging business times many leaders across the world are stepping up and showing compassion combined with innovation. Australian business owner and leader Jessica Lascheit is one of those people. In this episode we learn how Jessica has decided to support her customers in a very noble and philanthropic way as covid 19 continues to bite into businesses across the world. Jessica is a young inspirational business woman who walks the talk and has been a busy based on ethical values and with the notion that we are all in this together.
63 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Episode 26 - Knowing Your Self Worth with Anne Boudreau
Have you ever considered how important self-worth is to how we live our lives? Our guest today interviewed 40 survivors of trauma to understand how self-worth helps people survive and thrive. Anne Ockene Boudreau (SAY Anne Oh-Keen Boo-DRO) has spent years coaching people to help them develop healthy self-worth. Her new book is “A Human Mosaic: Heal, Renew & Develop Self-Worth.” Learn more about it at www.LanguageOfSelfWorth.com. Welcome Anne. Anne spent 22 years as a business executive and in this episode she shares with us her journey and how she quickly fell in love with studying self worth.
48 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
Episode 25. Unleashing Your Lion with Kimberly Faith
Systems thinking expert, futurist, and thought leader Kimberly Faith is on a mission to help companies and individuals deal with complexity, transformation, and change. Translating big-picture connections to tangible awareness and action steps, she gives people the confidence to shift the direction of old, entrenched ways of doing and thinking to create the new reality they want. In this episode Kimberly shares what it was like to start a business with her daughter as well as one of the hardest conversations of her life. Kimberly enlightens us on what her views are around what kind of leaders the world needs today in business and beyond. The inspiration that is coming from the younger generation and how they are preparing themselves and the things they are passionate about to change the world. What did Kimberly do when Covid 19 hit the world? What was her strategy for her business? How is she thriving during these difficult and changing times? If you want to hear from the mind, and feel from the soul of one of the world's leading systems thinking expert then this episode is for you. Connect with Kimberly at https://www.facebook.com/KimberlyFait... https://twitter.com/IamKimFaith https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyf... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm_t... https://www.instagram.com/kimberlyfai...
58 minutes | Aug 11, 2020
Episode 24. Getting Organised with Darla DeMorrow
Darla DeMorrow left behind the Corporate world and saw an opportunity to start a business to help people find a sense of peace and purpose in their life. Today she is a Certified Professional Organiser and part of a global industry that helps people get organised. Before Covid 19 hit the world Darla released her latest book sharing with everyone how important an organised home office environment was. Now months later with so many people working from home across the USA and across the world Darla is expanding her team to keep up with demand. Not only is she recruiting she is also finding innovative ways in which to invest in her community and in this episode we learn all about those ways. Darla shares the journey from Corporate to self employed, she tells how people use her businesses services and what trends she has seen in recent years. We learn how important it is for small business owners to have a 'savings fund' so that a healthy business can be maintained during those difficult times aka now. Darla shares her upbeat and positive energy in a way that will make you want for more and to explore how you can become a better organised and therefore successful person at home and at work. To get a free copy of Darla's latest book she is giving away 10 copies to the first ten people who email her at Darla@HeartWorkOrg.com
60 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Episode 23. The Website Series with Ivana Katz
Want to learn how to build a World Class website? Once a month Website expert Ivan Katz is joining us on the Global Business Podcast Show and will walk us all through the steps required to create a website that wont just get you and your business noticed, it will also help to get the money flowing in. In this episode we discuss topics that include, Domain Names, Logos, Content Plans, Custom Themes and Understanding Your Customer. Ivana sets us all some homework so we are prepared to continue in the next episode that will be out September 8th.
52 minutes | Aug 7, 2020
Episode 22. Powerful Steps with Tory Archbold
Tory Archbold pioneered the Australian high-street retail market and is responsible for some of the most successful retail launches in Australian history: Zara, Nespresso, Shopbop, Seafolly and more recently Victoria’s Secret and Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty. She’s a driving force and avid networker armed with a prestigious little black book of global contacts. Powerful Steps is helping others in leadership positions to be empowered, inspired and realise they can shift their mindset to lead the life they truly deserve. In this episode she talks to the Global Business Podcast Host, Mark Philpott about her journey. Connect with Tory here https://www.powerfulsteps.com.au/# Instagram https://www.instagram.com/powerfulsteps/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/powerfulsteps/ Connect with Humaneity Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/humaneity_i... Twitter https://twitter.com/HumaneityGroup Humaneitys Collaboration Partners BPO Heroes https://bpoheroes.com/ Websites 4 Small Business https://www.web4business.com.au/ Music Credit Upbeat Corporate by JP Bianchini https://jpbianchini.comCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/upbeat-corporateMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/Hiq53IyRnGI
50 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
Episode 21. Talking TV with Aaron Heimes
e360tv is a platform for independent content creators. There mission is to give independent creators a bigger stage at no or minimal costs to support their mission of creating better and bigger content. In this episode Aaron Heimes talks to me about starting the business, the journey that has unfolded since, and why now, during Covid19 he and his team believe they are onto a good thing. Aaron also shares what he believes are valuable traits for Entrepreneurs to have, especially during this difficult and uncertain times. You can also check this episode out on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/c/HumaneityInspiresTravelBusiness/ Check out what Aaron and his team are up to at www.e360tv.com Music Credits Upbeat Corporate by JP Bianchini https://jpbianchini.com Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/upbeat-corporate Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/Hiq53IyRnGI
49 minutes | Jul 30, 2020
Episode 20. Property Development with Daniel Masci
In this episode Australian Business Owner Daniel Masci talks about his brother and he are managing their business through Covid 19 and beyond. A positive approach, with some innovative focus on the company culture is seeing their business impacted marginally by what is happening in the business world. A combination of strong positive will power coupled with a team committed to the goal is making the business days a lot more enjoyable in the office rather than the employees struggling from home. You can also watch this episode on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/c/HumaneityInspiresTravelBusiness/
67 minutes | Jul 28, 2020
Episode 19. Business Insights with Morgan Parker
In this episode Morgan shares many fascinating business and human experiences. Morgan has lived and worked in various countries across the world and in this chat he takes a global and national look at some of the important factors in today business decision making processes. A man who is involved in planning one of Australia's newest cities shares some interesting insights on planning for the long term and how getting back to basics might be good for us all. Topics in this chat include. * Living and working around the world. * The Expat bubble. * New Career and Life direction. * Board Member responsibilities * The impact of Covid 19 on the Six Companies that he is on the Board. * The ideal CEO and Business Leader. * Government and Corporate Business strategy accordingly to Covid 19 * A Covid 19 opinion * Opportunities and Future Outlooks. * Economic and Human alignment. You can also watch this episode on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvyPbpHQcPA Join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Humaneity Find other episodes at www.theglobalbusinesspodcast.com
23 minutes | Jul 26, 2020
Episode 18. Bonus Episode - Collaboration Announcement
It is with much excitement we announce another Collaboration Partnership today between Humaneity and another organisation. Watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0elXUdHWGOk In this episode Humaneity CEO Mark Philpott chats to CEO of Web4Business Ivana Katz about their new Collaboration Partnership. During these changing business times, innovation, collaboration and thinking outside of the box is going to enable many businesses to thrive. In this short video we both talk about what is happening, how it came about ,and what are the expected win/wins from the Partnership. From August 2020, and each month following, Ivana will be featured on the Humaneity Global Business Podcast Show where she will be sharing much of what she knows about building and maintaining websites. If your website is in need of an overhaul? Perhaps you are about to start out, then this series will be very useful. Ivana has decades of experience in not just building websites, but also understanding social media, and all of the different elements that result in more traffic finding their way to your brand. Check out Ivanas website at https://www.web4business.com.au/ Please subscribe to our channel and watch and listen to our content across our three shows, Travel, Business and Inspiring Conversations.
52 minutes | Jul 23, 2020
Episode 17. Riding The Wave with Andres Valencia
Starting off in Bogota, Colombia with his Mother Andres jumped into the world of business and from then it has been a ride and a half. In this episode Andres shares his passion for the fashion business he does today, how surfing and living in Bali inspired him. He talks about the many lessons he has learnt in his journey as an Entrepreneur. We also find out what strategy he has adopted for his current business during Covid 19, and what he sees in the future. What is it like to do business in South America and why is Colombia a good spot to be based? Andres also offers the listeners a discount on his fashion products by going to this link https://mytiiiga.com/discount/TGBP20 Connect with Andres here https://www.linkedin.com/in/rufoandres/ Music Credits Upbeat Corporate by JP Bianchini https://jpbianchini.comCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/upbeat-corporateMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/Hiq53IyRnGI
57 minutes | Jul 22, 2020
Episode 16. Lets Get Frozen with Geir Ness
Norwegian Geir Ness has quite a story to share about how he became a passionate entrepreneur starting his own fragrance company. In this episode Geir shares many inspiring points. From how important it is to surround yourself with positive people, to never ever giving up on your idea / dream. We learn what his strategy is during Covid 19 restrictions and how he is diversifying his business portfolio to stay relevant and inspiring to his audience / customers. Reach out and connect with Geir here www.geirness.com
45 minutes | Jul 21, 2020
Episode 15. The Teachers Way with Marc Hoberman.
After many decades as a teacher Marc started his own tutoring business in the USA. In this episode we talk about that journey as well as what was his business vision for 2020 prior to Covid 19. We then talk about the impact on his business, how the transition has been to an online world and how he is currently diversifying his product offering and his plans for going global. We also learn what Marc thinks of running his own business, who has been important to him along the way and what advice he has for anyone in business right now as we navigate through the COVID 19 storm. Connect with Marc at www.marchoberman.com
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