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In episode number 14, Amanda Wood, my friend and mentor is on the podcast sharing about her two births. She tries to say that she doesn’t remember all of the details, but even with 16 years having passed since her first birth, she has SHARP memories of her birth. And sweetly, she can clearly point out how the Father met her in her births. Amanda ha…
 
In episode number 13, Christina Szrama shares about the birth of her 4 kiddos. Christina had a very challenging first labor that unearthed in her a love for birth. She pursued her doula training and certification - working on that even during her second pregnancy. She chose a different birth environment for her second and had a completely different…
 
Elaine Swann is the founder of The Swann School of Protocol an institution committed to enriching the lives of individuals through the instruction of etiquette and social courtesies. She delivers in-depth coaching in the areas of Business, Self-Improvement, Lifestyle, and Social Engagement. Elaine uses her extensive knowledge to educate organizatio…
 
In episode number 12, Kathleen Roth is sharing about the birth of her twin girls, Anna and Noel! Kathleen is a great friend of mine, and her birth story is particularly special because Kathleen became a mom through adoption. In this episode, we’ll walk through how she and her husband decided to pursue adoption, how she tried to hold her hope of bec…
 
Contact John Sanders at JohnSanders.com. Today John Sanders talks about his foundation, the Sanders Tech-Ed Foundation, and the local organizations he supports in Carlsbad, CA. The Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation Website AguaHedionda.org Gala Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation Presents: Discovery Gala 2021 page, August 28, 2021, at the Westin Carlsbad…
 
In episode number 11, Kathleen Joye is sharing about the birth of her sweet daughter Winnie! Kathleen talks about her dive into the world of birth and some of the changes she made during her pregnancy to prepare well for Winnie’s arrival. It’s an episode full of goodness and lots of laughter! In the Meet the Midwife segment, Bethany Arrington of Ge…
 
In episode number 10, I was able to record my friend Megan’s birth stories, and she’s got 5 of them, so get ready for some inspiring stories! Make sure you listen all the way to the end because number 5 is *especially* spectacular for multiple reasons. Megan is one of the friends who helped spark what is now my love for birth. Megan was the first p…
 
In episode number 9, we’re hearing from Karen Shorter. Karen was one of the oldest of 8 children, so she watched her mom experience pregnancy and birth multiple times. She grew up with an awareness that birth is nothing to be afraid of, and she used that knowledge during each of her three births. What struck me most about Karen’s testimonies is how…
 
In the episode program notes, you’ll find links to both the written and audio podcast of The Music Man’s Lessons for Sales Professionals. Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management, and investors, John D. Sanders expands on his philosophies of making companies attractive for outside capital - why to do it, how to do it, when to do …
 
In this episode number eight, not only do we get to hear Katelyn Fusco’s beautiful homebirth stories, but we also get to hear of the moments when she began her walk with God. Katelyn walked me through how her faith changed between the births of her two girls, and it is powerful. Katelyn is the host of the Happy Homebirth Podcast, which is one of my…
 
In this episode number seven, I got to sit with Ellen Songalia and hear her 3 home birth stories. While home birth wasn’t initially something she ever thought she would do, she realized that it was a great option for her and her family. As a military wife, she was grateful for the consistent care of the same midwife throughout her pregnancy and bir…
 
I'm glad to be able to introduce you all to Rebecca Bennett! She lives in Honduras, and I'm grateful for the technology to be able to share her stories with you today. There are some sweet similarities in our birth stories (check out episode 1 for mine), but her perspective is unique and her stories have their own little wild side stories...the Mys…
 
In this episode, my friend Keri shares her range of experiences with her 3 births. If you want to hear about 3 different birth experiences in a short amount of time, then this is the episode for you! I loved hearing Keri describe the spiritually intimate nature of her pregnancies, births and postpartum seasons. That part of His character - the way …
 
If you have not yet listened to episode #4 with Sarah Mudder, pause this episode and give #4 a listen. Pay close attention to her 4th birth in which she experienced a NICU stay. During our interview, I asked her to speak to moms who have been through a NICU stay with their babies and moms who may be curious about the experience or even desire to th…
 
Another one of my friends is sharing in Episode Number 4! Welcome, Sarah Mudder! Sarah is a mom to 4 kiddos. Hearing her birth stories years ago was fuel to the fire that has become my love for birth. Hearing them again for this interview was a gift, and I hope you feel the same. Sarah had two of her babies in freestanding birth centers and two in …
 
John Sander’s topic and stories today were recorded in preparation for the upcoming May 9, 2021, Mother’s Day and based on his mother and mother-in-law who were both tough women. John says “Not really ahead of their time, but in some sense they were.” Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management, and investors, John D. Sanders expand…
 
Kelli started out pregnancy care with an OB, but after feeling unsettled with that choice, she made the switch to hospital based midwives in her area. Her labor with her first baby began with 18 hours of back labor. Following her chiropractic adjustment, she and her husband stopped in at the midwifery office, where she was now 8.5cm, and her waters…
 
After three pregnancy losses, Leah and her husband were told by doctors that they would not be able to have children. God miraculously healed her body without medical interventions, and she became pregnant with Zeke. Thirty weeks into pregnancy, Zeke was found to have SVT (supraventricular tachycardia), and Leah’s care was transferred to a speciali…
 
In this episode - number one - I'm sharing a little bit about how God has stirred my heart for birth and birth work. From my plans for un-medicated, vaginal births to the reality of C-section deliveries with each of my girls, I want to shine some light on how I've seen God sanctify me through pregnancy, birth, and motherhood.…
 
Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management, and investors, John D. Sanders expands on his philosophies of making companies attractive for outside capital - why to do it, how to do it, when to do it, how to promote it, and what to do with it. Visit JohnSanders.com for more insights, articles, stories, and be sure to catch this podca…
 
Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management, and investors, John D. Sanders expands on his philosophies of making companies attractive for outside capital - why to do it, how to do it, when to do it, how to promote it, and what to do with it. Visit JohnSanders.com for more insights, articles, stories, and be sure to catch this podca…
 
Today John Sanders offers his insights into how a “punt” in business can be an offensive tool, very much like football. When you punt, you’re driving the ball as far back as possible into your opponent’s home field, giving you time to develop your offense to come back stronger. JOHN D. SANDERS Business Consultant, Investor, and Technology Advocate.…
 
Can you see a bubble when you’re in it?The golden rule - He who has the gold rules. This is the final episode for season 2 in 2020 on John Sanders Parables for Entrepreneurs. If you’re starting a new business in 2021, or even if you’ve been around for a while and haven’t heard… go back 1 episode to #14 published November 17th, 2020, and take the 2 …
 
This is the complete book read by the author, John D. Sanders. It’s total listening time is just over 2 hours. Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management, and investors, John D. Sanders expands on his philosophies of making companies attractive for outside capital - why to do it, how to do it, when to do it, how to promote it, and …
 
I asked John Sanders, “What are the top 3 most valuable lessons you've learned about business in your long, successful life?" His reply? “I like your question, and here they are.” Have fun in business Have a positive Cash Flow Have reserves JOHN D. SANDERS Business Consultant, Investor, and Technology Advocate. In the provision of Management Consul…
 
Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management, and investors, John D. Sanders expands on his philosophies of making companies attractive for outside capital - why to do it, how to do it, when to do it, how to promote it, and what to do with it. You’ll find at the end of this episode John’s reading of Chapter 26 titled “Loosen the Rein…
 
So this morning, I thought we would talk a little bit differently than we've been talking about in our previous weeks. I'm going to talk about charity and its relationship to business. They are tied together because first of all if you don't have a good environment to do business in, you can't do good business. So businesses need to support the com…
 
John Sanders talks about the "The Digital Divide" and the difference between teachers who basically have to start a new career to learn how to teach in this pandemic digital world, and the students who can adapt quickly to digital and remote learning. And John Biethan asks “Why not have the government recruit some of those that are now out of colle…
 
Written and podcast for entrepreneurs, corporate management and investors, John D. Sanders expands on his philosophies of making companies attractive for outside capital: why to do it how to do it when to do it how to promote it and what to do with it. Visit JohnSanders.com for more insights, articles, stories, and be sure to catch this podcast any…
 
Topics, References, Articles, and Stories $50 Leather Bound Family Bible I said "Maybe" and that's Final -- More Streets and A Big World Bag of Solutions Looking For Problems Bringing in an Outsider for Cross-Pollination Five Minute Interviews - One a Failure, One a Total Success If You Leave, I have to replace you with an expensive teacher Get You…
 
If John Sanders had one passion for working in companies, it would be selling. If you don’t make a sale, nothing happens. It’s the biggest failure in business. In new businesses, people think the sales of products and services will just happen. It’s not true. John takes four of his articles on his website JohnSanders.com and brings it all together …
 
Today John Sanders is giving advice on receiving advice centered around his article “Advice on Receiving Advice” published in October 1996, where you’ll find it below. For a couple of years I have had the honor of serving as an FLC National Advisor under the Chairmanship of Dr. David Swanson from NIST, and now under Dr. Jag Mathur from Tracor for n…
 
John Sanders offers his opinion on a recent article he read in the Wall Street Journal’s op-ed opinion piece by Andy Kessler titled “Give Online Learning an Upgrade.” John’s article on “Technology and Education” can be found on JohnSanders.com here. Technology and Education I'm going to step on some toes in this article, and some people won't like …
 
Bacon and Eggs Many times in business we deal with people who leave us cold at a certain point in a project or in driving a marketing deal to conclusion. They seem to have a strong involvement, but it begins to drift just when the tough aspect arrives. Some people are "involved" in a project or deal, and some are "committed." There’s a classic illu…
 
Topics, References, Podcasts, Articles, and Stories Companies Running Out Of Money. Article: Solutions Seeking Problems “Here I am, John Sanders, running around the CIA with my bag of solutions looking for problems.” Podcast episode: Ch. 13 Only the Pope Could Finance the Sistine Chapel in the podcast Northcote Parkinson Law sited here: Work expand…
 
Topics covered in today’s episode Sheltering in place at Carlsbad By The Sea. Small businesses adapting to this new future. The two big advantages women salespeople have over men. Talking about technology first-adopters. To be successful, it needs to get into the mainstream. And to get into the mainstream, it needs to be transparent. Mary Cravet us…
 
"The Music Man" is a movie (videotape) produced first in 1966, after being a long-running Broadway Musical by Meredith Willson. It's loaded with stars such as Robert Preston, Shirley Jones, Ron Howard, Buddy Hackett, Hermione Gingold, and Paul Ford. Professor Harold Hill is a gilt-edged con artist who has more schemes than a hound dog has fleas. He…
 
This book has been written in response to the many people who have grown tired of hearing me tell these stories and examples to entrepreneurs, corporate management and investors. I heard, "Write them down so we don't have to listen to you." In putting this series of parables together, I had in mind expounding my philosophies of making companies att…
 
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