TakeAnother5 Podcast Episode #43 - Author Donna Jodhan
Section 1: Kitchen Corner:
Section 2: TakeAnother5 With Technology:
Section 3: The 5 Minute Mystery:
Section 4: In The End Zone With The Entrepreneur:
Section 5: Staying Ahead of Bullies and Scams:
Show Notes 1:
Donna first gives thanks to her audience, and especially to those who have signed up for the monthly care package.
Donna introduces herself describing her amazing talents as a blogger, author, audio mystery writer, advocate , and law student living in Toronto.
She then describes her passion in bringing the show to her audience, and informs her audience on how she simply enjoys what she does and lots more.
Donna informs her audience on her love for Canada, and informs them that Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday and encourages her audience to attend the celebration.
Donna describes the show as being a cutting corner and time saver, and solving problem poppers which promises her audience to help us manage every day life stress.
Anything from doing household chores; such as keeping bathrooms, kitchen counters, laundry rooms, and dressers organized while dreaming of becoming your own successful boss.
Donna also tells her audience that in the midst of all of this how we also need to deal with scams from email messages and phone calls and then goes on to mention how we can be easily bullied because people simply want to pressure us in to things that we do not want to do.
Additionally, she talks about how easy it is for us to simply give in to those situations; not to mention the stress of demanding kids, blaring horns, and bosses and supervisors, and how all of these factors contribute to sleepless nights and stressful days not to mention those persistent text messages.
Donna then describes how the show is going to help her audience in the following five sections:
Section 1: Kitchen Corner for the busy mom, house wife, and professional on the go.
Section 2: TakeAnother5 With Technology for the one who needs it to help them cut corners.
Section 3: Time Savers and Problem Poppers designed to help you save time for tasks in the home.
Section 4: In the End Zone with The Entrepreneur which is Meant for you to realize your dream in becoming your own boss.
Section 5: Staying Ahead of Scams and Bullies which is meant to help you to prevent scams, and to stop the bullying and bullies.
This week's question and brain teaser is: What is your favourite search engine? Is it Google? Or MSN? Or Bing?
Segment 1: Kitchen Corner
Donna starts off this segment by thanking her food provider "Mamma Melanie Peach."
The audience is informed that this section has two recipes, including a bonus recipe and you can pick up this bonus at: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html.
In this week's podcast, Donna informs us that the recipe comes from The Cookies and Bars Category.
The recipe this week is Buried Cherry Cookies.
To hear this recipe and learn how to make this delicious meal listen to this episode at: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html.
The bonus recipe comes to you this week from the Chili Category.
This weeks bonus recipe is Chili Verde, otherwise known as Green Chili.
To pick up this recipe visit: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html.
Segment 2: Take Another 5 With Technology
This week, Donna informs her audience on an app called Square Cash App, which you can download at the app store.
This app is for sending money for free.
This app will allow you to send money to family, friends, parents.
Donna informs us that you can send the request for money by simply sending a text message, or email message.
We are also informed that you can receive money with this app.
Segment 3: Time Savers and Problem Poppers
In this segment Donna informs her audience on ways in which one can save time and use problem poppers.
Donna informs us that you can get the full article if you subscribe to the bonus section.
The article this week features, 'Put These Five Non-Toxic Essential Ingredients into Your Cupboard'.
Donna informs us that distilled vinegar, lemon juice, baking soda, washing soda, and borax are important ingredients which you should store as they can help you in many ways.
She informs us that these cleaners have been assigned to particular areas for easier reference such as the bathroom.
For more information on this article, and to find out more, visit: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html.
Segment 4: In The End Zone With The Entrepreneur
Donna informs us on her experience of being an entrepreneur, from her own experiences and through her friends and colleagues.
Donna also informs us that if you go to: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html, sign up for the bonus section, and then she will give you 10 minutes of her time to consult with you about being an entrepreneur to run your own business featured in this week's topic.
This week Donna informs her audience on starting top businesses for college students.
Donna informs us that this is a good idea for students as it helps them pay their way through college.
She informs us that some ideas that students can get work on is with in proof reading and editing.
Donna also informs us that another idea for students to get work is in snow cleaning, and back yard cleaning as well as garden maintenance.
Visit: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html, sign up for this bonus, and Donna will give you 10 minutes of her time to consult with you to start these types of businesses.
Segment 5: Bullies and Scams
This segment is divided in to two parts.
The first part talks about the scam of the week.
Donna talks to us about this week's scam which is about soliciting.
This type of scam comes in the form of emails and or phone calls.
This soliciting comes from hospitals, diabetes heart and stroke foundations as well as other charities.
Donna informs us to ignore the email messages, and phone calls.
In the second part Donna talks to us about being bullied by your manager.
This type of bullying can come in the form of your manager raising their voice at you, issuing mild threats, or asking you to do things that are out of your job description.
Donna informs us that this is bullying, and you have to be aware of it.Ending Segment:
In this section the audience is informed that the show is going to take an easier approach for the audience to visit the bonuses, subscribe, and listen to the podcast. Visit: http://www.donnajodhan.com/takeanother5.html.
This brings us to the end of this week's podcast. Thanks for listening.
Show Notes 2:
00:33, Learn about who Donna is and who this podcast is for. 3:04, What is TakeAnother5 all about?
3:50, Learn the 5 segments of this podcast.
5:00, Happy Birthday to Canada.
5:30, Donna thanks her podcast producer:
6:00, Donna takes a quick moment to thank her marketer and tech person.
6:30, What is your favorite search engine? That’s this week’s brain teaser.
7:26, TakeAnother5 Kitchen Corner
Download this weeks exclusive recipe via the bonus link shared at the end of the episode.
8:25, buried cherry cookie ingredients
9:29, Buried cherry cookie instructions
12:44, TakeAnother5 With Technology
13:13, Cash App
14:29, TakeAnother5 Time Savers and Problem Poppers
Finish reviewing this when you access the bonus content found at the link Donna mentioned in the end of this episode.
15:40, “put these five nontoxic essential ingredients in your cupboards”
16:40, TakeAnother5 In The End Zone With The entrepreneur
10 minutes exclusively with Donna for free are yours at the link mentioned in the bonus section for this week.
17:09, “Top business ideas for college students”
21:46, TakeAnother5 Beat the bullies and scams
22:10, this weeks scam alert is“false soliciting via emails and phone calls.”
23:25, This week we discussed “being bullied by your manager”. You can learn more via donna’s campaign against bullying
The special announcement can be heard at 26:10.
Download this week’s bonuses
Conclusion and Contact Information
If you enjoyed this weeks episode, and would like to get in contact with Donna, then you can do so with any of the following contact methods.
Conventional cleaning products may seem like a great convenience, but here's a little secret: cleaning with common nontoxic household staples is cheaper, simpler, and a whole lot safer. Here are five natural housekeeping necessities that can clean almost anything:
White distilled vinegar is a great all-purpose cleaner that disinfects, deodorizes, pulls dirt from wood, and dissolves hard water scale, gummy residues, and tarnish. It also works wonders on windows. Put 1/4 cup in your laundry rinse cycle to remove detergent completely from clothes and to eliminate that scratchy feel. What can't it do?
Lemon juice can be used as a cleaner to cut grease, polish metal, and lighten stains. For a laundry brightener, add 1/2 cup of strained juice to the rinse cycle. To remove tarnish, rub sliced lemons sprinkled with baking soda on brass, copper, bronze and aluminum.
Baking soda neutralizes odors and makes a good sink, tub, oven and countertop scourer. Sprinkle it on carpets before vacuuming. Line litter boxes with a cup before adding litter. To de-grease and deodorize drains, pour in 1/2 cup of baking soda followed by 1 cup of vinegar; let bubble for 15 minutes and rinse with hot water. For a "soft scrub," mix together baking soda and liquid soap in single-use amounts. As a cleaner, baking soda is a work horse and no home is complete with out a box.
Washing soda is baking soda's stronger cousin. It requires the use of gloves and more rinsing, so save this cleaner for extra-stubborn stains. To clean ovens, apply a paste of 1 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup of washing soda, plus water, and soak overnight. Add 1/2 cup washing soda to laundry as a detergent booster.
Borax is a good mold and mildew solution. This alkaline mineral is found in the laundry aisle and can also be used in place of washing soda as a cleaner. For an extra-strength toilet bowl cleaner, pour 1 cup of borax into the toilet before going to bed and scrub and flush next morning. One note: borax can be toxic when swallowed, so take extra care when using and storing it.
Nonstick cooking spray
Spray large skillet with cooking spray. Heat over medium-high heat. Add pork; cook until browned on all sides. Combine pork, tomatillos, beans, broth, onion, chiles, garlic, cumin, salt and pepper in Crock-Pot. Cover; cook on high 3 to 4 hours. Season to taste with additional salt and pepper. Turn Crock-Pot to low. Stir in cilantro. Cover; cook 10 minutes.
Makes 4 servings.
If you would like to ask me a question on this week's topic in our "In the End Zone with the Entrepreneur" segment, please send your email to TakeAnother5@DonnaJodhan.com and I would be delighted to respond.
If you would like to receive 10 free minutes of my time, please include your phone number within the email and a good time to call and I would be happy to connect with you via voice.
Author Donna Jodhan