Get paid to build your email list. When we go and acquire something, when we consume something, we're expected to pay, right? But here in the internet marketing space, a lot of people get tripped up on what's sold on to them and that's build a list, build a list, build a list, nurture, nurture, nurture, because that builds the vanity metric. That's something that is something that's measurable for a lot of influencers out there to get you to do. And I'm going to tell you at the end of the day, most of your clientele most likely is not in this internet marketing bubble, they're not conditioned this way. You have the opportunity to get paid as you build your email list. After all, this is what happens in the real world. You get contact information from people that are buyers, not people that are freebie seekers. So whenever you're doing your opt ins, whenever you're doing those initial offers, you could have different types of offers that you do that will allow the person to pull their wallet out in advance, sooner in the relationship versus way later in the relationship. Now, what that will allow you to do is then you're going to be able to pre finance your list building because as you spend money to get new eyeballs on your offers, on your things, you are then able to sell a different type of offer, typically a smaller promise, a smaller offer initially compared to your big offer, your big course, coaching, program, membership that you have the different offers that we all have in the backarsenal. And while that happens you will actually, as your email list grows, the money will be coming back in, the money will be coming back in, you'll be able to reinvest it. It's like having an ATM machine versus a slot machine when it comes to doing your ads. I want you to keep in mind that you can look at your funnel differently. You can look at your marketing strategy completely differently, if you change your mindset and start thinking more and ask yourself the question, “how can I get paid sooner? How can I get paid to build my email list?”
“My passion was to find a career that I felt like I was helping people.” - Whitney Bartelli Money can enable us to do the things we love – take vacations, buy things we want, and even help us celebrate the big milestones. However, money can also block us in ways, too. When we are financially unwell (in debt or unable to save), anxiety builds up in our body – causing us to miss some of life's greatest moments because we're worried about the future – even tomorrow. In today's episode, Dr. Michelle Robin invites Whitney Bartelli to share more about those barriers that money can create in our life – and how it can even derail us from discovering our purpose in life. She will share a few stories about how she fell into her purpose, but also why having a financial plan was crucial to her getting to this point in her life. By the end of the episode, she will provide some small steps someone can take to get on a financially healthy road – and ultimately, get that much closer to living their best life and fulfilling their purpose. About Today's Guest: Whitney Bartelli serves as the Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer at CommunityAmerica Credit Union, overseeing the areas of brand strategy and brand growth, content strategy, social and digital engagement and management, product development, member/corporate communications and community engagement. Whitney leads high-level strategic, data-driven initiatives that directly impact sales growth and each line of business at CommunityAmerica. With a people-helping-people focus, Whitney's teams are focused on elevating CommunityAmerica's brand and connecting Kansas Citians to its mission of helping members to achieve financial peace of mind. 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FLORIDA FRIDAY - Floridaman arrested for beating an ATM with a hammer. Florida woman kicks boyfriend in crotch for not taking her to strip club. Florida woman told police crack pipe in her vagina is a sex toy. Floridaman confessed to police that Jesus told him to drive off the pier. // Weird AF News is the only daily weird news podcast hosted by a comedian and recorded in a closet. Show your SUPPORT by joining the Weird AF News Patreon where you'll get bonus episodes and other weird af news stuff http://patreon.com/weirdafnews - WATCH Weird AF News on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/weirdafnews - check out the official website https://WeirdAFnews.com and FOLLOW host Jonesy at http://instagram.com/funnyjones or http://twitter.com/funnyjones
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Candace Nelson is a serial entrepreneur, NYT bestselling author, and WSJ Contributor. She is best known as Co-Founder of Sprinkles Cupcakes, the world's first cupcake bakery and ATM and Pizzana, a chain of award-winning pizzerias. In her book, Sweet Success: A Simple Recipe to Turn Your Passion into Profit, she shares her secrets on “launching nimbly,” combating imposter syndrome, and the importance of building a strong network around you. Meet My Guest: WEBSITE: Candace-Nelson.com INSTAGRAM: @candacenelson FACEBOOK: /sprinklescandace
Twitter accounts restored! Containment grid down! Storm still on track! Trust Elon Musk's plan! We examine several QAnon influencers, most of which disappeared in the post-January-6th ban sweep. Michael Flynn, Ron Watkins, Austin Steinbart, Bill Mitchell, Ann Vandersteel, Liz Crokin... the all-stars are back! Subscribe for $5 a month to get an extra episode of QAA every week + access to ongoing series like 'Manclan' and 'Trickle Down': http://www.patreon.com/QAnonAnonymous Music by ATM. Editing by Corey Klotz. New Merch / Join the Discord Community / Find the Lost Episodes / Etc: http://qanonanonymous.com
Host: Mark Longo, Options Insider Media Group Co-Host: Dan Passarelli, Market Taker Mentoring On this episode, Mark and Dan discuss: Why was it hard to make money owning puts in 2022? Would it have been a down volume year without the explosion of 0 DTE SPX options? Thoughts on selling straight ATM same-day straddles in SPX. Thoughts on eventual options on sports games. Being on the OTLY train. and much more...
The “Reverse Big Lizard” is a neutral-to-bearish strategy performed on a stock at the top of its range. The RBL consists of 1 short ATM straddle, 1 long OTM put, and 1 long OTM call. Tune in to learn where to set your strikes and how to manage this no-downside-risk trade.
With the blazing hot real estate market we've experienced over the last few years a lot of us are fortunate to be sitting on a nice amount of equity in our homes. Rather than just let that equity sit there doing nothing, why not put it to work for you? A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, is a great way to make use of the equity you have built up in your home. There are creative ways to put that to use, like buying a cabin, buying a rental property, using it to purchase a flip, or even buying a property to use as an Airbnb. You can also just use it to do updates on your home which will just increase the value of your house if or when you choose to sell down the road. Even if you have never considered doing any of this, getting that line of credit when you don't need it can be a great advantage to you if you happen to want that money for something in a hurry. Tom Ferry always said it's nice to have access to money when the world goes on sale. If you don't end up using it it's not hurting anything just sitting there. Now saying all of this we are definitely not encouraging anyone to go out and use that home equity like an ATM. A lot of people fell victim to this back when the market crashed, and we certainly don't want that for anyone. What we are talking about is using that home equity to help you build wealth for yourself and your family. If a home equity line of credit is something you've been curious about we've got all the info for you right here. Let's dive in!
The “Spiked Lizard” is a neutral-to-bullish strategy consisting of 2 short ATM puts,1 long ITM put, 1 long OTM put, and 2 short far OTM puts. If placed correctly, risk is low on the downside and eliminated on the upside. Tune in to learn where to set your strikes and how to manage this trade.
The "Big Lizard" options trading strategy is a neutral or slightly bullish strategy that combines a short, at the money (ATM) straddle spread with a long OTM call option. When set up properly, this trade will have no upside risk. Tune in to discover why this trade has no risk to the upside, and how these traders would look to manage this trade.
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As you think about your strategies for building wealth in 2023, you might want to consider doing syndications. If you need help with how it works and why it's an excellent investment strategy, today's guest can help you. He will also share what passive income strategies will work in 2023, what asset classes he's personally considering, and a few more helpful details on navigating the world of investing. Dave is a returning guest. He was first featured in September 2020, where he talked about how ATM investing works. He is the founder and CEO of The Real Asset Investor, a company that helps bring investors higher-yield investment opportunities across several asset classes by partnering with experienced operators. Top 3 Things You'll Learn:What makes a good Operator?Why it's a good idea to invest in self-storage and car wash Creative ideas to build your wealth in 2023 About Our Guest:Dave Zook is a successful business owner and an experienced real estate investor active in multi-family apartments, self-storage, and the ATM space. He has acquired more than $100 million worth of real estate since 2010. In addition, he is a renowned and trusted professional resource in the Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) investment market where they have deployed more than $90 million of investor capital. Dave is also a #1 Best Selling Author. He lives with his wife Susan and their four children in Lancaster County, PA. Connect with Dave Zook:Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite - https://www.therealassetinvestor.com/Take Advantage of a Free Financial Strategy Call:https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/free-financial-callTurn Active Income Into Passive Income:https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/PIOSDetermine How Close You Are to Financial Freedom:https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/quiz
On today's show: what if you could turn your laptop into an ATM—basically printing money whenever you need it from anywhere in the world? Well, that's how today's guest felt when he first discovered freelancing. And you can feel that way too. Adam Palmer is the author of the book “Upwork Changed My Life,” and in today's episode, he shares with us some of his best advice for getting started and thriving on Upwork. Adam started freelancing one weekend on Upwork and now runs a 50-person agency making more money than he could have ever imagined. Stick around to hear more from Adam, along with advice from Clay and me too. PS: Get featured in an upcoming FTF SHORT! Just visit http://freelancetofounder.com/ask and submit a question. Support our sponsors so we can keep airing new episodes: LinkedIn Jobs - Find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Dripify - Premium learning platform for entrepreneurs. SolidGigs - Get more freelance jobs Get your own on-air coaching call We'd love to feature your business and offer some free on-air advice for growing your business. To see if you're a good fit, click here. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts: If you enjoy the show, can you do us a favor and leave us an honest rating and review on Apple Podcasts? We'll love you forever. Click here to leave a review. More Recommended Listening: This show is a part of the Podglomerate, a company that produces, distributes, and monetizes podcasts. We encourage you to visit the website and sign up for our newsletter. We suggest you also try other Podglomerate shows about entrepreneurship, business, and creativity such as Rocketship.fm and Creative Elements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The affable guitarist, sound engineer, tour manager, and studio builder with Gatemouth Brown, George Porter Jr., Ultrasonic Studios, and Daniel Lanois’ Kingsway studio has been involved with every aspect of the New Orleans music scene for decades. As a Jazz Fest stage manager, he’s a friendly face you’re always happy to have on your side. Cool as a cucumber in any situation, his good humor is put to the test as he joins the Troubled Men for a going-over. Topics include Mel Gibson, Jason Ricci dodging a bullet, an ATM smash-and-grab, Krystal burgers, New Year’s Eve with Dolly, Miley, and David Byrne, “The Whale,” garbage popcorn, a sports fan, the Clements Brothers on acid, Luigi’s, the Playboy Club, the Golliwog, Charlie Blancq, Kerry Brown, the Warehouse, the Allman Brothers, LSU dorms, Leisure Landing, Julie Ebel, the Pearls, Gentilly, Tom Fitzpatrick, the Cars, Mighty Sam McLain, Wayne Bennett, the Colt 38, a vodka problem, Eugene Ross, Ray Charles, a John Lee Hooker session, the Ascona Jazz festival, the Harlem Allstars, Tribe Nunzio, the Song Dogs, the Egyptian Room, Zack Starkey, Omari Neville, the Shapeshifters, and much more. Intro music: "Just Keeps Raining" by Styler/Coman Break and Outro Music: "Blue Light" and "Holy Infidel" from "Bough" by Eric Schiller (produced by Dirk Billie and Ethan Allen) Support the podcast: Paypal or Venmo Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s T-shirts & tanks here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podcast Instagram Iguanas Tour Dates René Coman Facebook GR8 ESCAPE BAKING COMPANY Promo Code:TROUBLED15 Dirk Billie Facebook
In this side hustle series episode of Brew Bucks we talk to our pal Thomas all about the ATM industry and how you can land your first ATM. Did you know that thousands of people just like you own ATM's and make money off of them? No, more than just banks own ATM's and you are able to take a slice of this pie! Earning a 3 dollar surcharge hundreds of times really adds up. Thomas walks us through the entire process and shares his tips and insight on how you can get started today. Roll over your old 401k with capitalizeCheck out Thomas on YoutubeDrop your questions hereApply to be on the podcast hereFollow us on InstagramFollow us on TwitterVisit Leftcoastfinance.com
Tom Höglund is one of the founding team members at Epidemic Sound, which helps connect brands with the music they need to tell their stories. But when it comes to music rights, complexity lurks around every corner. He shared this story and more this week on the On Brand podcast. About Tom Höglund Tom Höglund is one of the founding team members at Epidemic Sound and has been responsible for several different functions at the company as it has scaled, reaching a $1.4B valuation in 2021. Tom developed Epidemic Sound's innovative digital rights model, which paves the way for creators — everyone from YouTubers to small businesses to the world's largest brands—to use restriction-free music to take their content to the next level. Tom is also an early-stage investor in companies primarily geared towards creator monetization and B2C and B2B SaaS solutions. Episode Highlights “The future of content creation will be fragmented,” Tom said of video's prevalence in both branded content and creator content. “We want to provide world-class music to anyone brave enough to tell their story.” “Complexity ensued …” I had to point out this moment in Tom's story, as music rights and usage is a complex topic for anyone who's not a trademark attorney. Epidemic Sound wanted to develop something as simple to use as an ATM. “Video without sound is like food without taste.” Tom shared this powerful quote from one of his co-founders, which drives home just how important sound is to the content we create. What brand has made Tom smile recently? “It's an obvious brand for a non-obvious reason—Twitter!” Tom went on to talk about the story playing out at Twitter under Elon Musk. From sinks to firings, neither of us was sure what the genre of this smile-worthy moment is. To learn more, check out the Epidemic Sound website and connect with Tom on LinkedIn. As We Wrap … Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon/Audible, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeart, YouTube, and RSS. Rate and review the show—If you like what you're hearing, be sure to head over to Apple Podcasts and click the 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review to help others find the show. Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is a part of the Marketing Podcast Network. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
最能代表2023企業供應鏈的字：「缺」； 最能代表2023企業供應鏈的詞：「順勢而為」； 在缺工缺料的挑戰中，順應時局才能在變局中持續打造韌性競爭力！ — 供應鏈是否走向區域化？「友岸外包」的概念如何興起？ — 駭客犯罪現場從 ATM 變供應鏈！企業如何降低供應商的資安風險？ — 人工智慧是供應鏈管理的新解方！在走向智慧製造前，企業仍需考量哪些因素？ — 關鍵材料取得出現動盪，企業如何防範短缺風險？ — 「中國加一」是否勢在必行？佈局中美兩條供應鏈，最需考量哪些事？ — 科技新冷戰下，台灣企業有哪些優勢，站穩腳步？ — 供應鏈遭逢史上最大變局！從稅務管理來看，跨國企業如何重新思考全球佈局策略？ 根據《 撼動2023年的供應鏈趨勢 》報告結果， 本集節目主持人KPMG安侯建業顧問部營運長暨安侯數位智能風險顧問(股)公司董事總經理 謝昀澤， 將與KPMG安侯建業稅務投資部營運長暨全球資產配置戰略諮詢中心主持會計師 陳彩凰，與您分享專業見解，讓我們一起來聽聽！ 如果您喜歡這集節目，歡迎在Apple Podcast給我們評價5顆星唷！ Apple Podcast｜Spotify｜Google Podcast｜SoundOn｜KKBOX｜SoundCloud 同步上線！記得訂閱起來唷！ 延伸閱讀 1. 撼動2023年的供應鏈趨勢 >> https://bit.ly/3C0lxkX 2. 2022 KPMG台灣CEO前瞻大調查 >> https://bit.ly/3iNiZzK 追蹤KPMG安侯建業 Facebook｜LINE｜Instagram｜YouTube｜KPMG Taiwan Career Facebook 請搜尋：kpmgtaiwan
Roughly one third of all ATMs in the United States are in convenience stores. Although ATMs offer easy access to cash and financial transactions, they can be an easy target for criminals. We're discussing how you can grow and protect your business. Hosted by: Jeff Lenard About our Guest: David Tente, Executive Director, USA, Canada & Americas, ATMIA (the ATM Industry Association) David serves as the ATM industry's evangelist. He has spent the past three decades in the industry and now leads the ATMIA's largest region, overseeing all aspects related to membership, content creation and advocacy. David also serves as president of the ATM Security Association, where his responsibilities include engaging with law enforcement and coordinating the maintenance and population of its global crime database: the Crisis & Crime Management Intelligence System (CCMIS).
Di Massimo Temporelli | Realizzato in collaborazione con BPER BancaIn questa puntata di Lampi di Genio parliamo dell'invenzione del primo ATM, il distributore automatico di contanti che troviamo all'esterno di ogni banca, e del sistema di pagamento POS, due dispositivi importantissimi che hanno cambiato drasticamente il nostro modo di prelevare e fare acquisti.
On today's episode, I was joined by Ben Weiss, Co-Founder & CEO of CoinFlip.CoinFlip is the world's leading bitcoin ATM operator, making it easy to buy and sell bitcoin via cash, card, or bank transfer.This was a refreshing interview on many levels. Even though we are in the midst of the latest Crypto Winter, Ben and the CoinFlip team are as bullish as ever on the prospects of crypto and blockchain-based financial products.The other refreshing part of the discussion centered around bootstrapping, which CoinFlip has done to date. Many startups feel the need to raise venture capital, and seeing a successful bootstrapped company is quite refreshing.Ben and I talked about how he became interested in crypto, CoinFlip's growth to more than 300 employees and 4,000 ATMs, current market conditions, financial health and inclusion, CoinFlip's new product Olliv, bootstrapping, the realities and motivations of raising money, state of mind, and much more.I hope you enjoy the episode and don't forget to rate the show. Now without further ado, Ben Weiss, Co-Founder & CEO of CoinFlip.Episode highlight includeBen's journey to CoinFlipWhy is asking advice asking permissionThe Crypto WinterTraditional FI adoption of blockchainThe differences between crypto and blockchain techBootstrappingLearning to clear your mindOllivFinancial health and inclusionPeople matterThe Crypto Experience CentreAnd much more….Connect with Ben on LinkedInConnect with Ben on TwitterConnect with PitchIt: Tweet me @ToddFintech Connect with me on LinkedIn Find previous PitchIt episodes Email me at email@example.com Until next time.
Israel Keyes is the most terrifying serial killer you've probably never heard of - Serial Killer DocumentaryIsrael Keyes is all of your worst fears personified into one of the most terrifying serial killers of the 21st century.February 1, 2012, began like any other day at work for 18-year-old Samantha Koenig, but it ended in unspeakable tragedy.Finishing up her shift at the Common Grounds coffee stand in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, the young barista was approached by a man wearing a ski mask who ordered coffee – a man who would later be named as Israel Keyes.After Samantha handed him the order, Keyes pulled out a gun and demanded money, and the terrified teen quickly complied.Forcing himself inside the stand, Keyes tied the young woman's hands together with zip ties before forcing her into his white Ford Focus, where she tried – and failed – to escape the abductor, who held a gun to her head and said he would kill her if she tried again.Driving around town with Samantha still bound in the vehicle, Keyes explained to the terrified teen that this was simply a kidnapping for ransom and that if she cooperated, she'd be returned to her family unharmed.Keyes kept Samantha alive for several hours and even drove back to her coffee stand to retrieve her mobile phone. He then used it to send a fake text message to her boyfriend, who was due to pick her up after her shift.The text read: “Hey, I'm spending a couple of days with friends, let me dad know.”Keyes took Samantha to his property, where he tied her up in a shed. He turned his radio up so no one could hear her screams and pleas for help.After demanding Samantha's address, Keyes made his way to retrieve her ATM card from her boyfriend's truck.In a gut-wrenching twist, while stealing the debit card, Keyes was confronted by Samantha's boyfriend – who was already on edge after discovering Koenig was not at work when he arrived to pick her up as well as having received the strange text message from her phone earlier, which had, in fact, been sent by Keyes.Thinking he was a random burglar attempting to break into his car, Samantha's boyfriend ran inside to get help, while Keyes fled.Returning to his property, Keyes poured himself a glass of wine as he returned to his shed and raped a sobbing Samantha.He then strangled her to death.Keyes returned inside, packed for a pre-planned cruise in New Orleans, woke his daughter for school, and left for the airport.Returning to Anchorage on February 17, 2012, Keyes began preparing a ransom note, but first, he decided to remove Samantha's body from the cupboard.He applied makeup to Samantha's face – frozen and lifeless – before unsettlingly sewing her eyes open with fishing line to give her the appearance of being alive. He then took a Polaroid of her “holding” up that day's newspaper.Israel Keyes terrifying serial killer Serial Killer DocumentaryTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
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Why you need to remember why you do what you do. 0:00 The man who took his own life over the holiday. 1:41 Why I do what I do and what I found. 3:05 How a belief in a higher power can help you. 4:41 Imagine you are a power greater than yourself. 6:14 Letting go and surrendering. 8:29 What does it mean to breathe properly? –. 10:13 The power of the Sangha. 12:41 If you've got a friend or somebody that could use some extra support. 15:06 People love to help. 16:42 Brandon Handley 0:00 Hey, what's up spiritual dope and Happy New Year, I have a topic for you today that is a little. It's a little bit heavy, a little bit heavy, heavy way to kind of start the year. That being said, when, when I think about why I do what it is I do when I think about spiritual dope, I also think about when I did fatherhood for the rest of us, when I did fatherhood, for the rest of us, it was to start a business it was to start coaching it was to do all these things that, you know, monetize this monetize that. And I remember Larry haggard at some point, in his group had mentioned the idea of like, why why you do what you do, you know, remember what you're here for, because I was getting tired, getting tired then of kind of what I was doing and didn't feel like I was having the results that I wanted, and that kind of thing. And, and he's like, and he's when he said, you remember why you're doing what you're doing. I was like, Well, I'm just, I'm just trying to make a buck bro. Like, I'm just trying to make some money, maybe help people or whatever, right. But I have more to do with making money than it did with helping people and they're in probably lead the problem. Since then, I've come along quite a ways. You know, a couple different podcasts and sand and doing spiritual dope. And landing on kind of why I do what it is I do talk about mental health. But I'm prompted today I'll start there. I'm prompted today by a fella that took his own life this over the holiday, it was a it was on New Year's Eve. And it was at 9am and we heard a couple bangs happen in around us at the house. And we thought that it might just be like somebody we thought that it might be somebody just know shooting off fireworks or something like that we're like, or hunters right? Turns out later in day we found out that it was this gentleman that had taken his life and it was a father Father two younger children probably living the same life most of us who live in where get the daily grind, you've got your job, you've got the responsibilities and and you feel like you're doing it all by yourself. Maybe somebody didn't at the at the house didn't feel like they're having the best holidays. Also, maybe they're the coupling like maybe not the best holidays and feeling like you're doing it all on your own. Couple that with inflation, where we're at right now, and how damaging that can be. I'll share a little excerpt on that for you as well. Why I do what it is that I do and what I found because it was more more about what I found about what it is that I do. And that I share why it is that I do what I do and how that can be helpful possibly for you know because listen, can we can oftentimes feel like we're alone. In doing this and especially as a Western civilization men are taught to pull yourself up by your bootstraps. You can do it you don't eat how you know we get that from being kids right? We get that from being kids and young and can't you get that yourself you know, you're a big boy now pull up pants to go potty. Do the things um The thing is, is we're terrible and asking for help. That might be because we've been trained to be that way it might be for like other reasons. We're gonna be seen as weak and that kind of thing. And I don't know this person. I don't know what his life was like I did I was able to talk somebody jujitsu about it, I he had seen this guy in passing. And it just made me think you know again about why why why I do what it is, I do. So first of all, spirituality first spirituality kind of showed of my life on unwelcome even. And it showed me how a belief in a higher power could help me and in my mental state a number of different ways. I'll give a, I guess, the best kind of examples I can give would be like, when it first started noticing. house seemed like at least that there was something outside of me that was helping something larger than myself. And I was, you know, I started here I started with like, first of all, you got to realize that you're one in 400 children. Those are the odds of being born on this planet. I don't even know about this time, I think that's just the odds of you being born. Period. So what are the odds of you being born on this planet during this time, where we've got the ability to reach out and you know, where's my camera touch someone where we can reach out where we can send these podcasts out. And we can have, we're in a period of time where we can ask for help now. And that's seen as a strength. So when I say that, you know, imagine you and your children, if you're a parent, most of the people listening to this are Imagine that you are a power greater than your own children. It would seem at least you would do anything to make sure that they had what they needed, in order to be successful, to be happy, to be filled with joy and those kinds of things to to better themselves. So when you try to imagine that there's a greater power like that for you, being one in 400 trillion, you got to say to yourself, wow, you know what, holy shit. Okay, there's a power greater than myself that wants nothing but the best for me, what is the this is like, where you finally get the opportunity to say, hey, I want something because most of us been told not to want even be grateful for what you have. How dare you want for more, I've given you all I've got cotton, right? We've heard it from maybe our parents or something like that. So we've also got this, this desire to be happy with what we got grateful for what we've gotten. And, you know, don't want me don't want for more. But that's not it. Right? If we can come to this, this idea that I mean, again, if there's a power in the universe is graded on us to help us to get to where we are today, one 400 trillion chance. Wow, pretty impressive. Gonna imagine that it's similar to myself as a father, and would do like anything to make sure that my children are having the best life possible. So that started to open up for me. You know, trusting the universe is another and Alan Watts talk really great talk. Where you're starting to have like ideas I'm like, Okay, well, if I start to believe that then this is what might like to see my life and then like, the things that would happen for me provided by the universe or whatever, right? Like you can call it whatever you want. I choose that route and the weight that it takes off right if we say to ourselves let go and let God the weight that it takes off or surrender he did there's a large number of ways go about that until but the weight that came off of me because of that was like just ridiculous. Okay, ridiculous. It was like, you know, life was life was at a trick on it turned into a downpour. So that was like kind of the first the first part. Alright, so the spirituality and helping you with your mental health and how it can help you with your mental health, just in just in accepting that there's a higher power and surrendering to it. Not unlike the 12 step program, which I'm not I haven't ever done in a formal manner, but if I can go back and as Steve Jobs talked about, connect the dots going backwards. And then I can certainly say that, um, you know, probably I probably did the steps without doing the steps. Because it's kind of like a natural unfolding process that just happens. So we did the steps. We did speak visuality so what about like, now there's the breath work, right? There's these other tools. So what about the breath? Work, the breath work? And how much that can help? And why that's healthy and helpful? Well, it's helpful because not over 90% of us don't breathe properly. And what does it mean to breathe properly, I haven't gone too deep into that, what I do know is that if I breathe in this suggested manner, and a couple, couple minutes a day, 510 20 minutes a day. Then the effects that has on my physiology and mental state, physical well being it's it's, um, wow, it's it's born on meditation, similar very well, mindfulness, really similar, just to this practice, and these don't even have to be. These don't even have to be related to spirituality. These are just tools to help you with their mental health. This is the journey that I've been on. And I have dove in head first, because it's such great stuff. And the more that I learn about it, the more that I can share about it. And you know, maybe maybe somebody says, I have people reach out all the time, actually, you know. And it's, it's awesome to hear how it's helping them to helping to get them unstuck. It's helping to get them put into a different place, it's helping to separate themselves from anxiety and overwhelm just for a moment. And when you can separate yourself from the problem from the situation. How powerful is that? How powerful is that, when you can separate yourself from the situation, take a step back. Maybe it's something you don't feel like you can manage in this moment, it's so overwhelming. And maybe you can say to yourself, alright, I need to I can breathe through this right, I can use my body to put me into a better mental state that I'm currently in right now I can use my body and my breath work to separate me from my problem, even if it's just for a moment. If it's this avalanche. The only thing that I share with people too is you'll find yourself a group is not just, it's not just about spirituality. Another Alan Watts line, but I believe it's comes from Buddhism. And it's the power of the Sangha, right, the saga is the community. And one of the three noble, maybe it's for noble, I don't know, it's noble. And as part of Buddhism, the deal is, Sangha is the group in the community. And then there's gonna be people that are along the way. So be grateful for your community, the one that you've got right now. And if you don't have one, establish one. And then be grateful for the people who are on their way. We've got a couple different groups of men, that I can reach out to a couple of singular men as well. That I can have a just really honest one on one conversations with it's not, you know, your people talking about you want unvarnished truth, and all of a sudden, they don't. Sometimes you just you just want to be able to talk and have some reasonable conversations. The important thing, I think, is to have them in a non judgmental way, you're there to support each other, not beat each other up, drag each other down, and not lie to each other. about what's going on. I think that that's more important than somebody telling you, you're fucking up, right? We know when we're fucking up. We're preclear. Most of us, most of us, and it's not, that'll be that'll be brought quickly to our attention at some point. So why I do what I do and how I do what I do right now is significantly different. And it's all pointed to encouraging my own best mental health and state again, connecting the dots going backwards, and it's really hard to see this. When you're in the soup. It's really hard to see it when you're in the thick of it. And I don't think that there's going to be too many people tuning in that are going to be in a place who are most of the people that turn into a spiritual podcast and this one tend to be beyond the state of overwhelm most So most of the people, and they tend to be better at dealing with their shit. Because they have some of these practices. That being said, if you know somebody that that could use the help, that maybe they're not as far along, you know, beyond survival mode, as you maybe that maybe they could use a helping hand. Like, it's always so great when somebody reaches out to me like, Hey, man, Howard, thanks. That's it. Right? Doesn't doesn't nobody reaches out like, it's, it's, it's not great. I mean, it is, it's us, it's just how are you write a check in a pulse. So if you've got a friend, or somebody that could use some extra support, you know, be that person. And if you know somebody that could use some of these tools, right? To get past that. Always happy to help, you know, direct them to breath, work, direct them to find a community, direct them to anything, that can be helpful. Sometimes it's helpful to just vent and let it all out. Because then they can just hear it in the moment. And sometimes, when you do that, you can hear yourself saying it and understand that you're making yourself vulnerable. And when you're making yourself vulnerable, there's actually the opportunity to become powerful in that moment. You become powerful in that moment, when you become vulnerable. And you've got people around you, supporting you and not judging you. Because then you you've stepped into courage, you've become courageous enough to share what you believe is a weakness. And ask for help. And I promise you, I promise you people are dying, people love to help people love to be the hero. People out there that want to help you. And I can also promise you, the kind of no matter what is going on out there. No matter what is going on out there, we're more likely that we want you here than anywhere else. So while it might be challenging, and you might be going through some tough times. There are plenty of good ones ahead. There is a force out there that wants nothing but the best for you at all times. And sometimes the best seems like a steaming pile of shit. We're super tough challenge. But that challenge is meant for you to grow into the person that you need to become sometimes and again, that's not something that who wants to fucking hear that it's easy, but it's not easy, right guys and gals? Again, if you've got somebody out there that needs to hear this, share with them if you've got somebody out there that you know, maybe you haven't talked to for a long time, maybe they're fine. Maybe on the ATM, everything seems fine. Reach out to him and say hello anyways, they Hey, man, how things haven't talked to you like a fucking year because I'm a guy and that's how we are. Right? So Happy New Year, understand that spirituality is more than just a bunch of beads and bullshit it's a it's a pathway forward to releasing some of the pressure off of yourself. And allowing yourself to become the saint allowing yourself to become allowing yourself to recognize the truth of who you already are like all these things are things that are always available already available to you knows all times. And it cost like nothing to like get engaged with it. And you'll start to see some amazing benefits. So that's why I do what I do. That's why the other thing that just been kind of struggling with just just share, how do I share this best, right? Oh, I also mentioned sorry, to dry this out a little bit longer. I had mentioned the bit about inflation. And that came from a study I just wanted to let people know, now's a really fucking tough time for people to be a pee round. So in 1932, there was a study done by the Macmillan commission that they were discussing money and credit regulation. I'm gonna pull this over here. The chart graph the rise and fall of interest rates from the feet of Napoleon in 1812 to the date of the Commission in 1932. And on the same scale, the rise and fall of the suicide rate in that 120 year period. This blew my mind. The two curves were virtually identical. Every time the interest rate went up, so did the suicide rate when interest rate went down suicide. This can hardly be coincidence. It's when interest rate rises, a certain number of businessmen go bankrupt, a certain number of workers are thrown out of their jobs and everyone's everyone's and everybody's bio survival anxiety generally increases. We're in that period right now. So now more than ever, people need something they can rely on. It's that faith is it breathwork is a spiritual practice. I don't know. What I do know is expensive stuff that's worked for me. The spent stuff that's worked for 1000s millions, hundreds of millions throughout a long period of time. And it may be something that could work for you. And it may be something that could work for a friend of yours. Transcribed by https://otter.ai
امروز تو دنیای کریپتو چه خبره؟ - شرایط تورمی سال ۲۰۲۳ و آینده نه چندان خوب دلار آمریکا - نیاز به ساخت نیروگاههای جدید، برای تامین انرژی ماینرها در روسیه - کمترین مقدارر رمزارز به سرقت رفته سال ۲۰۲۲، در دسامبر - استرالیا، چهارمین مرکز بزرگ ATMهای کریپتو
Today we dive into the past and what we discussed and predicted in 2022 as payment, fintech, and business trends. There were plenty of winners, some that won that we don't like, and some losers on the list of things we wish would have happened but did not. One popular subject on the podcast is Cannabis, and I can say that it is disappointing that Congress has not acted and passed the SAFE Banking ACT. This needs to get passed in 2023!!! CBD, HEMP, and Kratom continue to struggle with banking and merchant services - there are too many Government agencies on top of these industries. The list for 2022 included QR Codes made a huge comeback, and that continues; alternative payments didn't happen yet, but we are hopeful for 2023 on that one. Self Service Kiosks and Self-checks out are a pain and are going to cause a lot of strife for jobs for our young people, but it is a train that is not going to stop - and we saw Mcdonald's open a new restaurant with no human contact - Crypto had its ups and down in 2022 and ended in a crash and burn with FTX and SBF. - Let's see if in 2023 - if it can make a comeback! E-commerce continues to grow, grow and grow - the future is strong, and bringing alternative international payments to these merchants could make 2023 an exciting year. E-invoicing and Payment Portals were popular in 2021 and 2022 and will continue to grow in the B2B sector. ATM's going away - that did NOT happen, and the ATM industry is strong as ever and growing; cashless ATMs are in trouble, and Visa is threatening businesses with a $50K fine. Other exciting products are coming to the ATM market that will turn machines into Financial Kiosks. 2023 looks to be very exciting, with many developments in these areas. Real-Time Payments, Pay by Bank, Alternative Payments, Cryptocurrency, Omni Channel Solutions for the SMB Market, Business specific software market will continue to see rapid growth, Banks partnering with Fintech Companies, Passing the fee to the cardholder, Faster Approvals for merchant accounts - will that be a huge trend - we say YES. We see High-Risk Merchant services going thru some changes as companies merge, and there are fewer choices for these merchants. Government Regulation: We talk about Durbin, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Listen in, and let us know what you think might be the next big thing in payments and fintech for 2023!
Today you're in for a treat. That's a pun. You'll understand in a minute. Today we got to have a conversation with the brilliant and wonderful Candace Nelson, the founder of a little company called Sprinkles, aka the first cupcake bakery and cupcake ATM. --------------------------------- Show notes: https://theheartuniversity.com/309-the-different-types-of-funding-methods-you-can-use-as-an-entrepreneur-with-candace-nelson --------------------------------- Destination Wedding Photography Freebie: www.theheartuniversity.com/destination --------------------------------- Basecamp: www.basecamp.com/heart Try Basecamp for free using the link above! --------------------------------- The Heart Shop: www.theheartuniversity.com/shop --------------------------------- Essentialism by Greg McKeown --------------------------------- Follow along with Candace: www.instagram.com/candacenelson www.candace-nelson.com www.instagram.com/pizzana https://amzn.to/3FSp0Db --------------------------------- If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. --------------------------------- PODCAST10 for 10% off anything from The Shop! www.theheartuniversity.com/shop --------------------------------- Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity
Entrepreneurs are “dream big” people. No risk no reward! But how do you know if you truly want to make a career out of your passion? Candace Nelson was always a joyful baker, but she also ended up revolutionizing the entire baking industry and judging everybody else's cupcakes on The Food Network's Cupcake Wars. In her new book Sweet Success: A Simple Recipe to Turn your Passion into Profit, and here with Ali, she shares the story behind the Sprinkles phenomenon, what she believes is the crux of entrepreneurship, the importance of branding in an Amazon world and some keystone advice for new entrepreneurs. Happy New Year! If you have questions or guest suggestions, Ali would love to hear from you. Call or text her at (323) 364-6356. Or email go-ask-ali-podcast-at-gmail.com. (No dashes) Links of Interest: Candace's Website Candace's Book: Sweet Success, a Simple Recipe to Turn your Passion into Profit Best in Dough, featuring Pizzana co-founder and master pizzaiolo Daniele Uditi now streaming on Hulu Step Up Women's NetworkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Countdown to jails flinging open, ATM's flinging folding money and all electronics ceasing to exist thanks to Bill Gates not accounting for the transition to the 21st Century--it's W2K'Ya Know!-- with Michael Feldman, Jim Packard, the WYK trio with John Thulin, Jeff Hamann, and Clyde Stubblefield, survivalist Mountain Mel Deweese, Ozarks troubadours Lou Whitney & Donny Thompson, and a cage full of chickens making chicken shit predictions for the Third Millennium!
Syndicators will offer many enticing investment opportunities, but not every deal is worth funding. Al Gordon analyzes the money flow on an ATM investment compared to a residential real estate asset and explains why the results are so drastically different. Click to Listen Now
What if you lost over HALF of your net worth? Would you be able to get that back and then 5X that in 9 years? My guest today had just that happen and shares his story.One part of that story and HOW he amplified his net worth after such a devastating loss is through investing in ATMs. But aren't ATM's going away as we become a cashless society? Listen in and you may be surprised!
Today on The Breakfast Club, we discuss T.I. snitching on his dead cousin to avoid jail time. We also talk about why men over 40 still cheat. Also, Charlamagne gives Donkey of the Day to the owners of an ATM machine that publicly displays your checking balance.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.