The Panoptic-PM podcast brings to light the incredible backstories of how leaders plan and manage projects in their personal life, community, and at work. We will discover what inspires them to take action and what keeps them motivated to see it through to completion. Have you ever struggled with planning a project when you didn't have the experience? Learn how to plan and manage your next project like a boss!
Founder, Suntrease Williams-Maynard comes from humble beginnings; however, she has been able to break down obstacles and create a pathway to success. We talk about the remarkable week leading up to the foundation's launch on Juneteenth 2020 and the planning required to get it done! The "GOT A.I.R.?" campaign is designed to encourage everyone to take a more inclusive approach and celebrate diversity. To learn more about the Maynard 4 Foundation, please visit https://themaynard4foundation.org/ and be sure to donate.
Holiday Planning is one of my most favorite things to do! This year, I take the Panoptic-PM family into my home where my family and I share our favorite Christmas memories. Some traditions should never die. Our Christmas Eve dinner is one that I hope we get to do for many years to come. What is your favorite Christmas memory? Please have a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Google for Entrepreneurs Exchange took place last week at the American Underground in Durham, NC. Our Panoptic-PM software was selected out of hundreds of applicants to learn how to scale our technology platforms! We are growing and changing a few things around so please be sure to go to our website www.panopticprojectsolutions.com and sign up, leave us a comment in the contact us section. We appreciate all of your support.
Community planning is so important to our society. Abdoul Sanogo is member of the Daphne Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi and Guide Right Director of the Daphne Kappa League. Abdoul was recently named 2018 Volunteer of the Year by the United Way of Baldwin County in Alabama. He shares the good, bad, and the ugly of planning the largest community project of his membership, how having a mentor during a crucial point in his young adult life helped him to take on the responsibility of paying it forward to mentor young men in his community. This is such an inspiring episode. Visit our instagram page @PanopticProject to see pictures of Abdoul and the DKL members. Be sure to follow them https://www.facebook.com/DKL2016/
Short Film Project Planning! Curious about what goes into planning a short film? Today, we visit with short film Director Amelia C. Gilley as she disucsses her upcoming film Karma Cakes. Gilley shares her project planning expereinces of getting involved in the local film and acting scene in order to express herself through her gift of writing.This film is featured in the Mobile Bay Film Scramble competition which will screen at the Cresent Theatre in Mobile, AL on September 21, 2018! Follow her on Instagram @shortfilmgirl1965. For information about this episode and pictures of her awesome workflow storyboard, please visit our facebook page www.facebook.com/panopticprojectsolutions. And don't forget to follow me on Twittter @Thkisha and Instagram @PanopticProject. Have a Panoptic-PM day!
On this week's episode of Panoptic-PM, we follow the stories of three incredibly talented college students Quanisha, Madison, and Tiana. They share their planning stories, trails, and moments of growth. This episode is sure to pull at the heartstrings.
Guest Nicole Jones is the Founder of Mediocre to Masterful. We discussed how she overcame obstacles in order to start the inspiring podcast of Mediocre to Masterful.
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Khalilah Burton joins me in the studio to discuss The Art of the Start: How to eliminate factors in our lives such as fear, failure, and timing in order to achieve success. To learn more about Panoptic-PM's open source project software, please visit our website at www.panopticprojectsolutions.com. If you want to share your project management story, please send me a note on Twitter @Thkisha or @PanopticProject. Be a loyal listener and support the Panoptic-PM podcast at www.anchor.fm/panopticpm. Thank you in advanced for your support!
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This episode will explore the struggles of planning a project with no experience. Tiana Darrington is staring a business called HUSH beauty Bar & Spa, and she talks about how being a millennial and learning from other generations has had its ups and downs. Regarding the share economy, I have few words for thought “If we only live life for our own selves, it’s will be a very selfish, empty, unfulfilling life. Think about it? But when we share, I guarantee you that sharing that knowledge and wisdom add more to your life then you would if you kept it all to yourself forever. You can’t take it with you. Sharing is care There are three things I want you to contemplate with me as we discuss Futurproofology: • Just in Time Planning transformations • Unlocking our Hidden Treasures • Technology is the ticket to freedom Add your project milestone list www.milestonesu.com Follow me on twitter @Thkisha @PanopticProject Visit our website www.panopticprojectsolutions.com Thanks!!
Typically a DIYer is someone who uses their hands to build things and add their creative touch to make it just right or find clever ways to do things on a budget. This show will discuss all of that and more.
The fastest growing population "Millennials" are more independent, innovative but can lack legacy knowledge so they're constantly called LAZY and ENTITLED. Why? The digital experiment on that generation has backfired and caused a communication disconnect between Generation-to-Generation (G2g) wisest (Baby Boomers) and the novice (Generation Y) of our society. Millenials are demanding certain things that it is so difficult for Baby Boomers to come to terms with letting go - so they're not.
Now we've reached a new milestone of how things are done by being forced to redefine productivity in a way that allows people to capitalize on their unpaid value. This has sparked a DIY revolution whereas the knowledge sharing economy will come through social planning and raise up the 99%