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Why The Logistics Plan of the Tokyo Olympics Took 10 Years To Complete

The ethos of competition is better, faster, stronger. We see it in every aspect of business, life, and of course, sports.  More specifically The Olympic Games.And in 2020, where we saw what the world looked like without sports, we saw what a society looks like without rooting for a common goal. With all that said, it was interesting to dive into the logistics of the Tokyo Olympics and how that has evolved--and continues to evolve even days before the opening ceremonies. This story does pair well with the show notes so be sure to check those out for any visuals I’m referring to. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Where to Find Digital Dispatch & Blythe:  Blythe's LinkedinYouTubeInstagramTikTokDigital Dispatch website~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~SHOW NOTES GRAHPICSTokyo Olympic Games 10 years in the makingConcentration--of people to suppliesAll this plus the Covid impactThe broadcast building Similar to the NFL draftNew sports debutingTokyo originally submitted a bid for the Olympics after the devastation of the earthquakeJust take a look at one of the displays Just take a look at some of the stories that come out of the Olympics: Kelly Holmes of the UKAbbey D’Agostino of the USSeeing athletes like this inspire the next generation like the little girl who wants to be just like Aly RaismanDerek Redmond...

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New Research Reveals What Workers Want in ‘The Great Resignation’

A big topic over the last few months has been the shift in power from companies doing the hiring to the workers having a renewed sense of achieving a better work/life balance. That’s the main topic for today’s show as we discuss the future of work by looking to our past, present, and future with numbers from a new report covering the State of Independence.Links from the show: The State of Independence report from Contra~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Where to Find Digital Dispatch & Blythe:  Blythe's LinkedinYouTubeInstagramTikTokDigital Dispatch websiteGot something to say?Have a topic you'd like to see covered? Or a guest you want to hear on the show? Fill out the tip submission form on the Digital Dispatch website....

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The Logistics Behind The Tokyo Olympics

The ethos of competition is better, faster, stronger. We see it in every aspect of business, life, and of course, sports. More specifically The Olympic Games.And in 2020, where we saw what the world looked like without sports, we saw what a society looks like without rooting for a common goal. With the opening ceremony on Friday, I thought it would be interesting to dive into the logistics of the Tokyo Olympics and how that has evolved--and continues to evolve even days before the opening ceremonies.Also on the show is Charlie Saffro of CS Recruiting to give us the scoop from within the trenches of the hiring world and Andrew Cox is breaking down the holiday strategy for retailers all across the globe.Follow Cyberly’s podcast on Apple or SpotifyConnect with Blythe on Linkedin, YouTube, and TikTokFollow Charlie Saffro on LinkedinCheck out CS RecruitingFollow Andrew Cox on LinkedinSubscribe to Andrew’s email, Point of Sale...

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The Great Resignation or New Independence?

With July 4th coming up, we’re diving deep into the history of work and how the last year may have sent the working market into what’s being called ‘The Great Resignation”. Knowing this insight can help us plan for what the future of work will look like not just for the US but for the rest of the evolving world. Patrick McFarland, the director of marketing for ITS Logistics is breaking down how his marketing plan shifted as the company experienced massive growth. Also on the show is Sue Reynolds of Carmine Media who is helping leaders, especially women, get better at being in powers of position that play to their strengths.Follow Cyberly on AppleFollow Cyberly on SpotifyConnect with Blythe on Linkedin The State of Independence report from ContraSue Reynolds  website for Carmine Media plus her TikTokPatrick McFarland of ITS Logistics on Linkedin...

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A Different Way to Save the Planet

Carbon is often seen as a dirty word when it comes to the desire to save the planet but what if we could utilize that source to create a cohesive environment from the soil to the animals we eat and the air we breathe? That’s the concept around Regenerative Ranching and Doniga Markegard is hoping to bring awareness to the idea that carbon doesn’t have to be our enemy. In Netflix’s documentary Kiss the Ground, many viewers were given their first glimpse of how the human species can utilize regenerative farming practices that takes carbon from the air and replenishes to where it’s needed most: our soil. Creating an environment where the soil and animals are biologically conditioned to thrive, farmers like Doniga are using technology to create a cohesive ecosystem on their ranch to avoid the negative side effects factory farming has on our planet. In our chat with Doniga, she’s breaking down how she got started as a regenerative rancher and how cattle can be good for the environment by mimicking nature to restore carbon in the soils and promote biodiversity.Links from the show:Follow Doniga on InstagramFollow Markegard Family Grassfed on InstagramVisit the Markegard Family WebsiteWatch ‘Kiss the Ground’ on Netflix~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Where to Find Digital Dispatch & Blythe:  LinkedinYouTubeInstagramPinterestTikTokDigital Dispatch websiteGot something to say?Have a topic you'd like to see covered? Or a guest you want to hear on the show? Fill out the tip submission form on the Digital Dispatch website. ...

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