Are you slowly killing yourself or your joy through over-working? Toxic productivity may be a buzz phrase currently, but it’s also becoming the norm — and it can ruin your life! In this episode, Marina Martinez-Bateman and I talk about Work with a capital W — whether it’s laboring for labor unions, the carrots of accolades, work culture, and the bedtime story moment that changed everything for Marina.
The Planner for Doing Less features my own story of how I overcame my compulsive over-working, and outlines my unique three-phase process, which you can follow to do the same. This hand-written planner is simple, easy to use, and easily customizable to your needs. The weeks and days are undated and have both vertical and horizontal, grided and ungrided options. It's designed for you to print as many pages as you need.
When Marina started their business, they had taken every precaution – they had startup money, a generous runway of savings, and clients lined up. Short of a global pandemic, things should have been good, but some boss fights come when we least expect them – and they hit us in ways we couldn’t have anticipated.
A program created to provide Native American and non-Native people with timely news and information about culture, news and realities. Jacqueline Battise interviews Marina Martinez-Bateman on the indigenous origins of their business, New Coyote Consulting.
I'm Marina Rose Martinez-Bateman and I made you a 2021 goal-setting workbook because I really like goals and I really hate how having goals and working towards them has been co-opted by colonizer capitalism!
A podcast series designed to raise awareness of Urban Network events, bring attention to local businesses, and provide entertaining discussions that listeners find informative and insightful. In this episode of the Urban Network Podcast, we are joined by Marina Martinez-Bateman, a Communications & Equity Consultant.
Toxic masculinity is the self-destructive commitment to an archaic caricature of men and male-ness. It’s predicated on the glorification of violence, a lack of introspection, and the cruel rejection of anything womanly, even and especially in one’s self. It associates femininity with weakness, and it is a particularly virulent form of internalized misogyny that kills people.
As nonprofit workers, we are here to make a difference. To do so, we must work with our service populations hand in hand. No amount of training or education will be able to take the place of lived experience, which is why it is such an essential ingredient in lasting success.
On Saturday, February 24, Open Signal held a Community Feedback Session about our membership program. This public session was an opportunity to share the data with the community and to talk about how it relates to our membership program at Open Signal. We had a live studio audience, the presentation was broadcast live on our channels and YouTube, and the event was live-tweeted via our Twitter account. We accepted written questions from the audience, on Twitter and via Google Form.