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Problem Solved Podcast: Stop Firing Clients! Train Your Team in Hospitality with Debbie Boone

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Management consultant Debbie Boone knows a lot about how to work well with humans —and with our furry friends and family members. She began her career in a veterinary clinic and soon realized that it wasn’t only animals that needed care, the people who cared for the animals needed skill building too. She began advising veterinary and other healthcare companies…

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Problem Solved Podcast: From Start Up To Grown Up with Alisa Cohn

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How do start-ups become grown ups? Star executive coach Alisa Cohn shares her sage advice from her new book! Alisa Cohn has worked with C-suite executives at prominent startups (such as Venmo, Etsy, Draft Kings, The Wirecutter, Mack Weldon, and Tory Burch) and Fortune 500 companies (including Dell, IBM, Microsoft, Google, Pfizer, Calvin Klein and The New York Times.) She…

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Problem Solved Podcast: CycleFit: The Science of Decision-Making & Cycling

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How do top athletes make decisions to maximize their mental and physical fitness?  In this latest episode of The Problem Solved Podcast, Menachem Brodie, the Head Strength Coach for the Israeli Cycling Federation Track Program discusses how he makes decisions for the team and his clients. In this episode you will learn: 1. The biggest challenges athletes face 2. Tips to improve…

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This is How To Tackle Climate Change To Solve Food Sustainability

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Patrick Ashby co-founded his non-profit VISO, the Voluntary Initiative Support Organization, in 2004 to focus on countering violent extremism in Northern Uganda, a region racked by nearly 20 years of civil war and a recent influx of over one million Sudanese refugees. The area, he says, is now plagued by “strife between the communities, high unemployment, and now climate change...
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Have This Conversation To Successfully Think + Plan For An Unthinkable School Year

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Have you been talking with your children about the new school year? Many schools are starting the year fully remote; some, including New York City’s public school system, are vowing to provide in-person learning; some colleges and universities are staggering their calendars and only allowing select classes of students or majors to return to in-person learning. Many schools and colleges...
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