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The Catalytic Philanthropy Podcast
Colleen O'Keefe ─ ”We Never Would Have Made This Impact by Relying on Grant Proposals.” How Listening and Building Relationships Allowed a Small Foundation to Catalyze Transformation - Part 1

The Catalytic Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 22:43


Colleen O'Keefe, Executive Director of the Sauer Family Foundation in St. Paul, Minnesota, points out that all grantmaking is done in the context of large systems encompassing nonprofits as well as government agencies. Colleen realized she needed to talk with people who work in different parts of the child welfare system to understand the system as a whole and where the foundation could add real value. In this two-part Podcast, Colleen shares how listening without preconceptions, inviting people to step back and reflect, and convening staff from diverse agencies re-framed and transformed the work. By listening and convening, the foundation was able to look at underlying causes, focus on prevention, and target its support to remove barriers and scale up services that had potential to change the way children and families were served, and address racial disparities.     Related Blogs https://www.exponentphilanthropy.org/blog/listening-in-on-a-system/ https://www.exponentphilanthropy.org/blog/targeting-racial-disparities-in-child-welfare/ ** Colleen O'Keefe is the Executive Director of The Sauer Family Foundation, whose mission is to invest in strengthening the well-being of children, so they thrive in their families and communities. In Minnesota she led a systems reform effort for the Child Welfare system and continues to work alongside colleagues on the reform efforts. Colleen has facilitated conversations for Exponent Philanthropy's national community of lean funders on aligning philanthropic work for greatest impact, and the importance of listening.

The Catalytic Philanthropy Podcast
Colleen O'Keefe ─ ”We Never Would Have Made This Impact by Relying on Grant Proposals.” How Listening and Building Relationships Allowed a Small Foundation to Catalyze Transformation - Part 2

The Catalytic Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 20:39


Colleen O'Keefe, Executive Director of the Sauer Family Foundation in St. Paul, Minnesota, points out that all grantmaking is done in the context of large systems encompassing nonprofits as well as government agencies. Colleen realized she needed to talk with people who work in different parts of the child welfare system to understand the system as a whole and where the foundation could add real value. In this two-part Podcast, Colleen shares how listening without preconceptions, inviting people to step back and reflect, and convening staff from diverse agencies re-framed and transformed the work. By listening and convening, the foundation was able to look at underlying causes, focus on prevention, and target its support to remove barriers and scale up services that had potential to change the way children and families were served, and address racial disparities.     Related Blogs https://www.exponentphilanthropy.org/blog/listening-in-on-a-system/ https://www.exponentphilanthropy.org/blog/targeting-racial-disparities-in-child-welfare/ ** Colleen O'Keefe is the Executive Director of The Sauer Family Foundation, whose mission is to invest in strengthening the well-being of children, so they thrive in their families and communities. In Minnesota she led a systems reform effort for the Child Welfare system and continues to work alongside colleagues on the reform efforts. Colleen has facilitated conversations for Exponent Philanthropy's national community of lean funders on aligning philanthropic work for greatest impact, and the importance of listening.

Secondary Science Simplified â„¢
41. 4 Practical Tips for Building Relationships with Your High School Students

Secondary Science Simplified â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 21:37


You know that building relationships with your students is crucial. You know it leads to more memorable learning experiences but you aren't quite sure how to build that relationship with all of your 100+ students. Today, I am giving you some of my favorite tips for building solid relationships with students. We all know building relationships is foundational for reaching every learner but building these relationships doesn't have to be exhausting! In this episode, I am sharing four practical tips to start building relationships with your students today, how to easily and realistically implement these tips, and how I found time to support students in extracurriculars pre and post-kids. Looking back, my most memorable learning experiences were the ones where I knew my teachers cared about me as a person, not just my grade. Building strong relationships shows our students that we care about them, we want them to succeed, and we are rooting for them! Do you have a tip on how to keep every learning engaged that you would love to share on the podcast? I have decided to keep the submission form open and would LOVE to hear your tips! You can find all the details for submitting your tips here. Check out the show notes for all resources mentioned in this episode: https://itsnotrocketscienceclassroom.com/episode41

Teaching Champions
Building Relationships, Communication, and the Foundations of Instructional Coaching with Ashley Hubner

Teaching Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 42:47 Transcription Available


In this week's episode Ashley Hubner shares wisdom that she has acquired over the years from serving multiple roles throughout the field of education. She talks on topics such as the importance of building relationships and things we should focus on when laying the foundation of our relationships. Tips for being a better communicator. The strength of connecting with others and so much more. This is a fantastic episode with a lot of great takeaways.Ashley Hubner is an Instructional Coach and Curriculum Specialist who has served in many roles in education from elementary school teacher to Curriculum Lead. Her degrees include a Bachelor's in Elementary Education, a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction, and Principal Certification. She served 13 years in the public school system, then transitioned into an educational consultant role where she has worked with curriculum companies to build quality educational experiences for students and with school districts to build instructional capacity among staff. Ashley's Book: The Foundations of Instructional Coaching: https://www.amazon.com/Foundations-Instructional-Coaching-Instruction-Increase/dp/B0BD2TRYMG/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1EAT7BEHOAMG6&keywords=foundations+of+instructional+coaching&qid=1664080119&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjAwIiwicXNhIjoiMC4wMCIsInFzcCI6IjAuMDAifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=the+foundations+of+instructional%2Caps%2C126&sr=8-1Social Media:Twitter: @ashley_hubnerWebsite: https://coachingaccess.net

Building Relationships
Dear Gary | September Edition

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 47:03


Dr. Gary Chapman is known around the world for The 5 Love Languages®. But he's not afraid to tackle your real-life struggles. On this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, questions about marriage difficulties, family conflict, and more. You might hear an answer to something you're going through. Don't miss the questions and answers on the September edition of Dear Gary. Featured resource: Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Became ParentsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All the Hacks
Build Rapport, Master Conversational Skills and Learn Anything From Anyone with Andrew Warner

All the Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 53:17 Very Popular


#79: Entrepreneur and author, Andrew Warner, joins Chris to talk about ways to become a better, more exciting conversationalist. They discuss why this is a skill everyone should master and learn what most people get wrong about how they ask questions. Andrew shares ways to improve the kinds of questions you ask and how to build rapport with people you have just met.Andrew Warner(@AndrewWarner) is an entrepreneur and host of the hit startup podcast, where, 2,000+ episodes, he uncovers the secrets of the world's best founders. After building two startups of his own, he started Mixergy, a place where successful people teach ambitious upstarts through interviews, courses, masterclasses, and events. His book is Stop Asking Questions: How to Lead High-Impact Interviews and Learn Anything from Anyone.Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/interviews-andrew-warner Partner Deals ButcherBox: High-quality meat, delivered to your door + 2 Free NY Strips/LobsterVuori: 20% off the most comfortable performance apparel I've ever wornMasterClass: Learn from the world's best with 15% offBlockFi: Exclusive bonus of up to $250 free Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Andrew Warner: Website | TwitterAndrew Warner's Resources:Book: Stop Asking Questions: How to Lead High-Impact Interviews and Learn Anything from AnyonePodcast: Startup Stories - MixergyPodcast Episodes Mentioned:All the Hacks Podcast:Cybersecurity and Protecting Yourself from Scammers, Phishers, and Identity Thieves with Adam LevinHosting Cocktail Parties, Building Relationships, Museum Hacks and Friends Newsletters with Nick GrayBuilding The Tim Ferriss Show to 700+ Million DownloadsStartup Stories - Mixergy:Jason Fried on valuations, Basecamp, and why he's no longer poking the world in the eyeHow Chess.com scaled a massive communityI FailedHow Netflix founder finds inspiring ideasResources Mentioned: How to Win Friends & Influence PeopleWingmanLibby AppLibrary Extension Full Show NotesBecoming a better conversationalist: instead of asking questions, use “magical phrases” [1:38]Andrew explains why he wrote his book [3:25]Learning to project confidence and direct the conversation during a job interview [4:02]Questions to ask yourself when preparing for an upcoming conversation [5:50]How to prepare yourself for conversations with people you don't know [7:52]Keeping a Google doc of techniques for having better conversations, and why you should join the resistance [10:02]Methods to get guarded people to be more open [13:30]Examples of positive tangible outcomes [18:08]Using conversational tactics outside of a business setting [19:36]  Becoming more of a learner and less of a know-it-all [20:43]How to shift a conversation to find an overlap of interests  [24:11]Studying conversation transcripts to improve your conversational skills (and how to get consent to record) [26:53]Becoming a better conversationalist by practicing with people you're not as concerned about [33:40]How vulnerability can be valuable [38:22]Seeking permission to ask uncomfortable questions [39:37]How to follow up with someone after you've built a relationship [43:54]Andrew's advice about listener engagement [47:53]A “No” is good [52:33]How you can help All The Hacks [54:03]Andrew's feedback for Chris [55:23]Where to Find Andrew Warner online [57:40]Library App Resources [58:00] PartnersButcherBoxButcherBox makes it easy to get high-quality, humanely raised meat that you can trust. They deliver delicious, grass-fed beef, free-range organic chicken; heritage-breed pork, and wild-caught seafood directly to your door. You can pick a curated box or customize your own. And I'll save you some time, I compared the prices to what I can get locally at Whole Foods and Safeway and ButcherBox is a better deal.To get two 10 oz New York strip steaks and 8 oz of lobster claw and knuckle meat FREE in your first order + a $10 coupon, go to allthehacks.com/butcherbox VuoriVuori is a new and fresh perspective on performance apparel. Perfect if you are sick and tired of traditional, old workout gear. Everything is designed to work out in, but doesn't look or feel like it. The product is incredibly versatile and can be used for just about any activity like running, training, swimming, yoga; but also great for lounging or weekend errands.To get the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet with 20% off your first purchase (plus free shipping on any US order over $75 and free returns) visit allthehacks.com/vuori MasterClassWith MasterClass, you can learn from the world's best minds - anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace. With over 100 classes from a range of world-class instructors like Steph Curry, Richard Branson and Martin Scorsese, that thing you've always wanted to do is way closer than you think. When I signed up a few years ago, I jumped straight into an amazing cooking class by Thomas Keller that has totally leveled up my skills in the kitchen. I also really enjoyed FBI Hostage Negotiator, Chris Voss' class on the art of negotiation.With every class I've taken I'm blown away by the depth of knowledge the instructors have and the quality of the experience. I highly recommend you check it out. Get unlimited access to every MasterClass and 15% off an annual membership at allthehacks.com/masterclass BlockFiIf you're interested in Crypto, BlockFi is one of the best ways to get started, letting you easily buy, sell and store your crypto assets. After signing up and linking your bank account, you can instantly trade a variety of cryptocurrencies and store them all in a secure wallet that lets you control and transfer your holdings however you want. You can also set up recurring transfers so you can dollar cost average your crypto investments over time.Or if you want another way to put your crypto investing on autopilot, there's the BlockFi Crypto Rewards Credit Card. While 1.5% cash back isn't the best in the market, that cash back is automatically invested into Bitcoin, Ethereum or whatever cryptocurrency you want. If you want to check out BlockFi, you can get an exclusive bonus of up to $250 free when you sign at allthehacks.com/blockfi Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn

Ordinary Sherpa: Family Adventure Coaching and Design
092| Optimize your Time, Money and Travel with Chris Hutchins of All the Hacks

Ordinary Sherpa: Family Adventure Coaching and Design

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 47:33


When you learn tricks to optimize your time, money, and travel it sometimes feels like you are winning at life.   While I love a good optimization strategy, I have found that there is nothing to optimize relationships and being human.  My hope is that this episode today helps you optimize the stuff in your life getting in the way of you connecting with other humans (or even with yourself).   Website for this episode: https://ordinarysherpa.com/092Join the Ordinary Sherpa Facebook Group to interact with other listeners.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/ordinarysherpa Our guest today is the ultimate  life hacker helping others optimize their time, money, and travel. I've listened to stories of him begging to go to boarding school, being an undercover agent to expose a pyramid scheme, creating a company in 48-hours, and even the back story on how he  convinced his wedding videographer to do his wedding for free (I guess technically it was about a $1,000).  His tenacity in the face of uncertainty is inspiring and he always seems to find unique ways to bring people together from hosting concerts, to Laid Off Camp, to speaking at South by Southwest.  He is a travel rewards guru but also looks at experiences differently.  An example is traveling the world in 8 months when he suggested to his wife to take a one-way flight with him to South Africa, couch surf as much as possible and find interesting ways to travel between cities.  After years of working in start ups and aggressively pursuing Financial Independence, he also seems to have landed as the founder and host of All the Hacks podcast.  Chris Hutchins is a dad of 2 young girls, and Chief Optimizer here to share his insights.  Chris, thank you so much for being here.  Welcome to Ordinary Sherpa   Key Takeaways A great starter travel hack: Book your room directly through the hotel.  Then email the hotel directly (the local hotel not HQ) and share more about who you are and why you are staying there.  The number of extras people receive has been in the hundreds.  Hotels are in the hospitality game.  By interacting with them you are letting them do the things they are good at, which is hospitality.  By working with them direct you make it easier for them to build a relationship with you and provide a better overall experience.   Chris shared an experience where negotiating with the added challenge of culture and language barriers led to this escalating.  Even though he was in the right, it reminded him that sometimes winning isn't saving a few bucks.   Living on $30/day did inspire finding the cheapest accommodations each night.  However if $3 meant three hours walking around town, there is a point when you have to recognize you will never get the three hours back.  Is this really the best use of all of our resources.   Time becomes more important than money when you have kids.  Finding the value of 30 minutes is very different when your total free time is less than 4 hours as compared to 10 hours each day.   One way they optimized their life with kids was to hire someone from a Craigslist to bulk prep meals.  Sometimes optimizing means figuring out what management trick we can use right now without feeling like we need to create a system that solves all of our problems forever.   While they once traveled via the cheapest flights, the filter for searching flight options now includes the cheapest + direct flight.   Being a dad, he's gotten more optimized on time strategies without sweating a small to moderate financial investment.  He's much more likely to spend time with his kids than the hours he spent researching the best option earlier in his life.   Using the Lyft driving example, Chris was able to give his time a floor value.  Putting a dollar value on each hour of his time helped him realize the negative ROI of Do-it-Yourself type implementation.   Stacking two tasks that don't need the same part of your brain is also a tip that allows him to maximize his time.  For example he might schedule a call while on a walk or listen to podcast guest he is doing research on while driving or washing the dishes.   Do a calendar audit from time to time.  What lights you up and what can go away or be stacked on top of something else.   Having a THING to talk about when meeting new people to help build relationships.  Laid off camp was the thing people were curious about.  Better yet, listen more and have the others do the talking.  Connect or Follow:Podcast: All the HacksWebsite: ChrisHutchins.comEmail: chris@allthehacks.com Twitter:@hutchinsInstagram:@chrishutchinsFacebook: @chrishutchins Resources: All the Hacks episodes referenced in this episode 52 Places: The Art of Traveling Like a Journalist and Making Every Trip Memorable Hosting Cocktail Parties, Building Relationships, Museum Hacks and Friends Newsletters Rental Cars: Saving Money, Avoiding Fees and All the Secret Tricks Pro Travel Hacks for Every Aspect of Your Next Trip Maximize Your Points: Stacking, Buyers Clubs, Redemption Hacks, and More

Uncovered
#115 Creating a Successful Podcast with Ronsley Seriojo Vaz

Uncovered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


#115 Creating a Successful Podcast with Ronsley Seriojo Vaz In this episode Jason interviews Ronsley Seriojo Vaz and they discuss […]

Building Great Sales Teams
Q&A: Road Thoughts

Building Great Sales Teams

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 60:58


One thing about the Building Great Sales Teams Podcast that you can count on is that we will have a three episodes for you every week! While on the way home from Corpus Christi, Doug and Ryan set up the microphones and a camera and did a quick Q&A session talking about Culture, Branding, Team Nights and Building Relationships. Enjoy this less than conventional episode with just some candid conversation and few nuggets that can take your culture to the next level.Connect with the team :Doug Mitchell:Website - txbizdad.comRyan Wiggins :Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lovexryan/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ryan.e.wiggins

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Building relationships and specialized tools with Jacob Litke, Skillcraft Machine Tool Company

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 41:00


Business is all about relationships, even in specialized tool manufacturing! In this episode, Ari and Jacob Litke talk about the relationships that have grown Skillcraft Machine Tool. Jacob tells Ari about the successful ownership transition from his Father as well as his relationships with employees. He discusses the success of their apprenticeship program as well.  Ari and Jacob also dig into what Lean Manufacturing means in a low-mix, high volume setting - and it's pretty different than what we've heard from a lot of other manufacturers! We learn something new from every podcast episode!   Jacob's favorite business book: Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business, Gino Wickman   Company Website: https://skillcraftmachine.com/  Company LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/skillcraft-machine-tool-company-inc. Company Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063638154652 Company Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skillcraft_machine_tool/  Jacob's LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacob-litke-06151134/   Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/   Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/   Ari and Jacob discuss: Family business Apprenticeships Toolmakers High-Mix, Low-Volume manufacturing Succession planning Lean manufacturing

Love Machine with James Preece
Language Patterns and Brain Hacks for Building Relationships

Love Machine with James Preece

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 36:31


Would You Like to Learn How to Talk to Others and Ourselves with More Impact? In this episode, James is joined by Adelaide Goodeve, Adelaide is an Elite Performance Coach working with the world's best companies, leaders, teams and athletes. She coaches on their mental skills to become their very best selves and attain elite performance In order to be successful in dating, it is important to be aware of the different language patterns that are commonly used. - both with others and to ourselves. By understanding these patterns, you will be better equipped to handle any situation that may arise. Adelaide discusses how the way to communicate is vital to our overall success. Even the words we choose can be very powerful - whether face to face, online or through social media. She also explains how she hacked her own brain to level up her life and health! adelaidegoodeve.com

Entrepreneurs Circle
E239: Creating Real Business Connections with Ben Albert

Entrepreneurs Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 42:33


So you sign into your LinkedIn account – and viola! – your inbox gets flooded with all these annoying automated and unwanted spam messages. But then you also do the same thing with your business and spam everyone. It's a vicious cycle! (And you're wondering why no one has ever gotten back to you.) In today's conversation, Erik Cabral chats with Ben Albert, owner of Balbert Marketing and curator of the Real Business Connections Network, about connecting and building relationships – in strategic ways. Fun fact: Ben and Erik actually met on LinkedIn. They were outside of each other's circle. But how did the magic happen? Let's find out! Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: The power of personalizing your messages The concept of more equals more Ben's eureka moment Living in alignment with your values Using the LinkedIn platform to build your business Podcast launch and guesting strategies How to create valuable content Embracing the F word and holding yourself accountable Episode Highlights: Human-to-Human Experience vs. Transactional Automated Experience There's nothing wrong with automating a lot of processes. But we get so much automation going on right now that we lose a bit of our humanity. That being said, this sets an opportunity for those people who are willing to take the time to craft a unique, more personal message because they truly want to connect. Therefore, treat relationships like a human-to-human experience, and not as a transactional automated experience. The Concept of More Equals More The concept of more equals more does make sense in certain areas. However, it doesn't work if It doesn't convert. The more you do cold calls or cold emails, the more you're taking humanity out of it. It's then much better to connect with fewer people with whom you know you're going to get real conversations. Tips for Building Relationships and Creating Connections Whether you're launching a podcast, a course, or whatever it is you offer, reach out to people you're similar with. Edify them, make them feel really good about themselves, and bring them on board as a partner. Don't ask for anything that's going to cost them money. If anything, you're asking for their time. And so, over-deliver in the time spent and the product you create for them and their audience. In terms of becoming a podcast guest, be sure that before you reach out to the host, you've already done your research. Listen to an episode and pull out at least three takeaways you got from it. That way, you're letting the host know that you listened to them, you care about them, and you appreciate them. Then ask for a recommendation and listen to it. Then tell them you'd love to offer to be on their show if they think you're a good fit. How to Create Valuable Content Find your sweet spot and what's best for you. For instance, pull out a quote from the podcast and turn it into an image with a synopsis and a link for the long-form conversation. Others create reels. Use that image to attract people into the long form. Many times, too, the image itself creates the aha moment for the people reading it. Resources Mentioned: www.balbertmarketing.com/alllinks LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/balbertmarketing Book mentions: The Go-Giver by Bob Burg Atomic Habits by James Clear --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erikecabral/support

The Capital Raiser Show
CRS224 Whitney Elkins-Hutten: Building Relationships with LP's

The Capital Raiser Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 27:46


Whitney talked about working with some of the tops syndication companies in the industry as an investor relations manager and what she has learned along the way! https://passiveinvesting.com Get your videos produced at pitchdecks.com like the Capital Raiser Show. If you would like to find out more about Family Office Capital Raising events you can visit https://lnkd.in/gD6mJ5gp  

Building Relationships
The Man You Were Made To Be | Anthony Delaney

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 46:01


On this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, former cop-turned-minister, Anthony Delaney says there are two kinds of men. One is like coal, which is dirty and fragile. The other is a diamond. How do you become the man you were made to be? Don't miss today's Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured resource: The Man You Were Made To Be by Anthony DelaneySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Titans team chaplain James Mitchell on building relationships and helping players and coaches grow in Christ

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 46:27 Very Popular


James Mitchell is the Team Chaplain and Coordinator of Organization Life Enrichment with the Tennessee Titans. He is entering his fifth season with Tennessee in 2022. Prior to joining the Titans, Mitchell worked at Duke University as the Director of Football Development for the Blue Devil Gridiron Program for nine years from 2009-18. From 2003-09, he served six years s the team chaplain at the University of Tennessee, working with the football, and men's and women's basketball programs. He has also served as  a national director of outreach for Pro Athletes Outreach, where he worked in conjunction with both the NFL and MLB. Today on the podcast, we talk to James Mitchell about his role with the Titans and his desire to see his players and coaches grow as men, as husbands and in their faith. We also talk to James about discipleship and helping others grow in the word of God.  Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast
The Pros of Instructional Design

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 28:24


Let's do a deep dive into the pros, the cons, and the in-betweens when it comes to instructional design. This first episode covers the pros! Youtube video that goes with this ep.

Mornings with Carmen
Responding to the stress of daily life | Building relationships with our educators

Mornings with Carmen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 49:40


Christian Medical and Dental Association's Bret Nicks outlines safeguarding our kids from the threat of polio and the updated isolation guidelines to take note of from the CDC. David Schmus, Executive Director of the Christian Educators Association International, shares practical ways to encourage and pray for the challenges teachers in our community face. Click here for today's show notes Remember, Mornings with Carmen and Faith Radio is listener-supported.  Your generosity matters!  Click here to Give Now!

The Generation Hustle Podcast
GHP #81 - VC #5 - Knowing When to Hold & When to Fold with Pablo Srugo!

The Generation Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 57:47


Episode 81 is with Pablo Srugo, Partner at Mistral Venture Partners! Mistral is a seed to early stage venture capital firm that focuses on getting start-ups to Product-Market Fit. They look for investments that leverage the power of the internet to make businesses smarter. Pablo is a two-time founder, having first launched MyTutor.ca, a tutoring marketplace for university students that was acquired in 2014. He later founded GymTrack, a VC backed startup in fit-tech that helped monitor equipment usage in gyms. We talk to Pablo about his unique journey to venture capital. He highlights what they look for in founders and VC partners at Mistral, how they evaluate startups for investments, his thoughts on the growth of the Canadian VC space, and much more! Mistral Venture Partners https://mistral.vc/ Timestamps 2:20 - Background - Founder Turned VC 13:00 - Transitioning from Founder to VC 16:10 - Advice for Founders working with VCs 22:33 - VC Deal Red-Flags 24:00 - What to look for in Founders 25:19 - “You want to have a pretty weak close rate.” 29:50 - Evaluating Passion 38:40 - Are we consolidating talent in Big Tech? 40:12 - Mistral Ventures 43:40 - VC Market - Canada vs. USA 50:38 - Building Relationships in VC 53:00 - How to Deal with FOMO 56:24 - Lightning Round

Big Picture Medicine
#101 FashionTech x HealthTech, Finding Purpose and Building Relationships — Dr Ahmed Zaidi

Big Picture Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 39:07


After missing out on getting into Medical School, Ahmed studied Computer Science — later completing his PhD at Cambridge University. As a student, he launched his own health AI startup — which diagnosed rashes on intimate body parts. This didn't work out and he pivoted and launched a data AI company called Catalyst AI. This company was later acquired by Farfetch; the luxury online fashion retail platform to help optimise their fashion supply chains. He now sits on the Prime Minister of Pakistan's Science and Technology task force, on the Development Council of the Woolf Institute and is the Co-founder of a sustainable fashion enterprise. We speak the about the unlikely overlaps between fashion and healthtech — no seriously there are lots of them, we speak about how to find your ultimate purpose and how when building relationships — the ultimate form of self-serving is being a giver. I hope you enjoy. You can find me on Twitter @MustafaSultan and subscribe to my newsletter on www.musty.io

Building Relationships
God, Sex and Your Marriage

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 48:39


If you're struggling in your marriage with sex, don't miss this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Dr. Juli Slattery will give a biblical framework and practical help for your struggles with intimacy. She'll talk about pornography, healing from past wounds, forgiveness and more. God, sex and your marriage—that's our topic today on Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured resource: God, Sex and Your Marriage by Juli SlatterySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Capital Raiser Show
CRS222 Warren Dressner and Ryan Webster: Building Relationships with Institutional Capital From The Get-Go

The Capital Raiser Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 32:16


Just a few years into their syndication business but with many years in the construction and SFR space these guys jumped right into syndication with an intent to go big by seeking institutional partners. Today I asked them to break down that process of starting with institutional capital and explain what it looks like! https://equityyieldgroup.com/

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Impact By Acquiring, Developing, and Building Relationships

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 22:50


Don Wenner is the founder & CEO of DLP Capital. His mission is to serve the lord, leveraging DLP as his platform, and utilizing his skills as a CEO and Leader to positively impact the major crisis in the world of housing affordability, jobs, legacy, and happiness while being the best father and husband. Don has been the CEO of DLP Capital for 15+ years, Their team has helped more than 600,000 lives by providing solutions to their investors, sponsors, residents, clients, and team members. They have completed more than 5 billion in real estate transactions, achieving the Inc.5000 list for 9 straight years and the 4th fastest growing company in America to make the Inc.5000 list 5 or more years in a row.  Don is also an author & speaker. Let's join Don as he shares his journey with us!   Highlights:   [00:00 - 06:04] Opening Segment Don Wenner is the founder and CEO of DLP capital, a private real estate investment and financial services company. Don has humble beginnings, starting as a 16-year-old working for his parents in their home daycare. He developed himself as an entrepreneur and grew his company to 300+ team members and 3.4 billion capital under management. Today, DLP is one of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in America and has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives.   [06:05 - 11:50] How to Succeed as an Elite Real Estate Agent Nathan Robinson convinced Don to get into real estate  Don started a lawn care company and hired friends to help him Don read a lot and developed a system for growing businesses Don shares that he realized that leadership was the main challenge in his organization and focused on developing leadership skills   [11:51 - 19:50] Developing Leaders Requires Dedication and Discipline Don spends over half his time on out-hiring, doing 6-day interviews a week for 10 years, focusing on developing leaders, developing capacity, and developing abilities to execute. Every person at DLP knows their key numbers and expectations and has a personal compass. Building leaders is a lot of work, but having a successful organization is worth it.   [19:51 -22:49] Closing Segment Reach out to Don See links below  Final words Resources Mentioned   Building An Elite Organization - Don Wenner Traction - Gino Wickman Five Levels of Leadership - John Maxwell   Tweetable Quote   “Building a great organization is investing in your people, and you can't fake it.”- Don Wenner   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Don Wenner by visiting www.DLPcapital.com Free resources: www.DLPelite.com Or email him through don@dlpcapital.com   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com   Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Don Wenner: You can't fake it. You generally have to care. And in order to really invest in, in your people and invest in them as a whole. And that's one of the other quick notes that we invest a lot in. So I believe one of our core values is called living fully. And I believe living fully is when you're achieving success and significance across all areas, your life.   [00:00:30] Sam Wilson: Don winter is the founder and CEO of DLP capital of private real estate investment and financial services company focused on making an impact by acquiring, developing, and building relationships, housing leaders, and organizations. Don, welcome to the show. Hey pleasure. [00:00:43] Don Wenner: Thanks for having me on today. [00:00:45] Sam Wilson: Hey man. Absolutely. The pleasure's mine. There are three questions. Don ask. Every ghost comes to the show in 90 seconds or less, tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:00:53] Don Wenner: Great question. So I started in Beth in Pennsylvania to , two young parents who had me at 16 years old. I moved out of their home at 17 years old and went out on my own as a junior in high school. So humble beginnings. Mom ran a home daycare, six kids in my home. Plus my three younger siblings at all times. My dad ran a prison, was a prison guard. So those were the. Today we have 300 plus corporate team members, 3.4 billion capital under management. We've impacted hundreds of thousands of lives owned tens of thousands of units. We're a large lender and equity partner to other operators as well, grown 60 plus percent a year, every year for 16, straight years, 10 years in a row is one of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in America. Fourth last year out of any companies that made the list five times, we on list 10 straight years, we built a really. Consistent way of consistent growth which is centered around discipline and really great people. So that's where we're at [00:01:43] Sam Wilson: today, man. I love that. So you said you moved out when you were 17 years old and went out on your own. What was your next step? How did you get involved in real estate? I'm gonna ask you a whole bunch of questions here. Yeah, I got it. How did you develop yourself? I mean, as a person, cuz there's a mindset shift that has to happen. When you grow up in a working class run, and again, there's no, no problem with it. I'm not, I grew up very, not even blue collar. We grew up they're poor. Yeah. But there's a mindset shift that has to happen when you go from humble beginnings to, Hey, now we're running a billion dollar company. How did it happen? [00:02:19] Don Wenner: It's a big question. I'm gonna try to keep it tight. But so, the, so my dad told him my wedding he gave a speech at my wedding when he knew I was an entrepreneur and it was when I was in kindergarten and he got a call from the school because I was selling little brown hostess donuts to my classmates for 50 cents a piece. Right. Right. And yeah. And so that, that continued all through my childhood. I mean, in middle school, I. I didn't cut lawns. I ran a lawn care business. I hired my friends. I had marketing and distributions signed up lots of homes. So I just had this entrepreneurial desire at an early age. And my parents were the people who thought about everything is how do I save a penny instead of how do I make a dollar? Right. And it was scraping and claw. And I used to always find myself thinking. Why don't you just work more, right? Why don't you do something else? Why don't you do something more? Right. And so, I don't know what instilled that at an early age. I have a father of three young boys now and so I, I spent a lot of time teaching them and focusing around two big things with them. Grit. And growth mindset. And I think those are things that can be teach te taught and improved upon. But I was blessed that I was kind of born with a growth mindset, a mindset that, Hey, if I'm willing to work hard enough and learn and ask questions, I can do anything. Right. So when I was in middle school, a financial advisor came in. Let's tell you kind of how tell you guys got into real estate. Financial advisor came in, he showed this little chart. On his little chart he showed that financial advisors made more money than doctors, lawyers, accountants, all the jobs your parents tell you to become. Right. And as an eighth grader, when this happened, the, what I took from his presentation, I don't know if this is what he actually said, but this is what I remember was that to be great. As a financial advisor, you have to be really entrepreneurial self starter and you have to be great at. And I was like, well, that's me. Right. I was, perfect S a T score math. It was great, great math and I'm very entrepreneur, right? And I'm like, well, that's for me. Right. So I started shadowing financial advisors in middle school and high school. And I always knew that was what I was gonna do, but I like every other kid, I was told I had to go to college. And so I moved outta my parents' house as a junior high school waited tables to get through high school I'd work, swing shifts, I'd skip school, kind of midday work, swing shifts, get through. But I, still had the determination I needed to go to college fortunate due to. Grades and N a T scores and such. I got nearly a full ride to Drexel university in Philadelphia. And they have the best co-op program in the country. You go to school half the time and school half the time I did, 'em both at the same time but it's a really cool program where they set up these internships. I got to work at BlackRock. I had to work at Merrill Lynch at MC glad Poland, which is fifth biggest accounting firm in the country. Cause I was studying finance. And so I got all these cool experiences, but I already, I got my, my, all my licenses, the day I turned 18 and I could. For insurance and series six, I think 65. And anyway, so I . Knew what I was gonna do. Until, and I kept waiting tables on the weekends and this guy came into the restaurant, worked that I was 19 years old and he kept asking me to come work for him. And he wanted me to come work for him because if you ever worked at a restaurant, the least restaurants I'd work in, this was a Texas Roadhouse at the time. They'd say, Hey, whoever sells the most flaming Yas tonight makes 50 bucks or whatever. Right. So. Everybody was eating flam on that night. Right. So, so he kind of, he was a sales guy. He realized that I was, I had I had some basic sales skills, nothing great. Right. But at least I, had a little bit of persuasion. So, he convinced me to come work for him. Didn't really understand what it was. He told me it was security. It turned out it was ADT security. So my job consisted of. Knocking on people's doors. And I became the number one sales rep in the country for ADT at 19 years old, 150,000 reps. All that tells you is I knocked on a whole lot of doors. And a lot of doors, I got a little better as I went going, but I knocked on a lot of doors and he convinced me to come work for me, him by telling me I would make $2,000 a week. If I came to work. 19. That sounded pretty darn good. My first paycheck was $5,280, and then I was making six to eight grand every two weeks from there. And so I think I'm, I'm doing so great. I'm making all this money. I'm still in college. I'm still, got my plan. And one day I'm sitting at his kitchen table. And he's cuts me my check for the two weeks, whatever it was, 6,000 bucks or something. And I see on the other side of the table, a check for $17,000 a check for $20,000, I'm like, what's that about? And he says, that's my real estate business. So in addition, his name's Nathan Robinson addition to owning this security company, he was a real estate agent. And he, that, that night, he basically convinced me that if I wanted to get into real estate, I would do great at it. And I basically gave up sleep for about three weeks. Took my classes online. Took the exam flew out to Scottsdale Arizona. The day I passed my exam went to a marketing conference, came away from that conference with a marketing message of your home sold, guaranteed, or I'll buy it. And that was October, 2006, the peak of the real estate market. So my marketing message was at a good time. People were motivated to sell and I'd either help, 'em sell their home or I'd step in and buy it. And that was never the plan. But so I started doing and flipping their home and then, that built into all the things we do to this day. So complete mistake per se, but fell in love. Second, I got into the business and kind of never [00:06:55] Sam Wilson: turned back. Man. That's really cool. I love that. I love that. All of that story is fun. I wish we had more time to hear some of the nuance to it cuz that in stories like that. You just go man, like that's really cool. And it just shows the hustle and the grit, that it takes, I think that was the, was that the word you used earlier was grit. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So just, it just shows the, what it takes and that, that grid is so much of that. You've written a book called building an elite organiz. All right. I'm out here doing it to, and I know you kind of hit alluded to this early on. When you said you, you started lawn care company, you got, you were out hiring other kids to come work for you and cut grass, but there's still a shift from that to building a elite organization, bringing in right team members and effectively scaling your company. How did you learn how to do that. . [00:07:41] Don Wenner: Yeah. That's a great question. So, I was not afraid ever to hire I don't think until you just said that right now, I never connect personally connected the dots between the lawn care side and hiring my friends to, but when I got into real estate I was so busy, I'm in an office of 158 real estate agents, and I'm so busy running around. I realized from, I kind of learned this from the sales trainers, right. From eight to. I gotta be out selling, right. Everything else is a distraction. Right? So three weeks into the business, I hired an agent who wasn't productive in my office to help me part-time she was full-time by the end of the week, I had three assistants working for me by the third month in the business. I wasn't afraid to kind of delegate. And free myself up. And so I did that from early, early beginning. And then what happened was, after a few years of just hustling and I was the main salesperson driving, 90% of the business, I was driving all the strategy. I was, driving the engine forward. And while I'm doing on that, I'm reading a ton. So I had a discipline of reading about three books a week. For the last, 20, 15 plus years, I mainly do it on audible. But I read a lot and listen to lots of people. And then what was cool when I entered real estate, I realized, Hey, there's 1.2 million real estate agents doing the same job. Right? There's a small percentage of doing that job well. So I wanna figure out how to do it. Well, all I have to do is talk to the people doing it well, right. There are people doing well. So I always, took the mindset of, give first and so I. Would go out and reach out to the top real stages in the country and offer them something of value. Something I could teach them, which at the time was how to sell real estate on Craigslist for free. And they would let me come talk to 'em and I'd show up there with eight pages of questions. They want me to come show 'em this Craigslist, gimmick or trick, right. Which I was selling a lot of homes for free on Craigslist. And I'd come with eight pages of questions, right. And ask lots and lots of questions. And within, a number of months, people are inviting me into. Inner circles, these, mastermind groups. Right. And that's what the project, I took everything. When I wanted to get into investing, I said, well, who out there is slipping homes effectively. Right. And I reach out to 'em call 'em right. Go and talk to 'em. Right. And I've just had that pursuit that if I wanna learn something, the information, this is the information age, right. If you're willing to pursue knowledge it's out there. So, so that's the approach I took. And then, so all the reading, I'm doing all the learning I'm doing, I'm hiring people. What I realized is I felt I had this great understanding of how to grow a business from all the learning and all talking to people. But all the people in my company didn't right. They weren't reading three books a week. They weren't, understanding all this. And so about 11 years ago, maybe now I read book that's on your shelf there traction by my friend, Gina Wickman. I said, wow, this is great. This is the first book that actually kind of pulls it together into a system. And so I immediately became an implementer for genome just self-paced kind of went through his program and implemented it into my organization and it was so incredible that it gave that structure. How to grow business. So I realized really on the importance of, of culture, the importance of hiring great people, importance of developing leadership from listening to all these wonderful grades, like John Maxwell and Jim Collins and so forth, and then reading that system helped put into action. And then for us, what happened was that system wasn't enough. It's a great system to kind of get you going and take you from, a few people maybe to 20, 30, 40 people and get your foundation built. And then for us, it wasn't enough as we really started growing. So we. Took the basics of that. And some ideas from the ver harnesses of the world and the Sean coveys of the world and Jim Collins world. And we kind of built a lot of custom tools and we built our own system, which we call the elite execution system, which is what I wrote a book on called building elite organization that we run today, built a technology on and teach to other developers and operators, help them implement and run their business on it. Today, what do [00:10:56] Sam Wilson: you feel like have been some of the greatest challenges that you've overcome inside of your own organization? [00:11:03] Don Wenner: So there's only one real challenge. At the end of the day, in my opinion all challenges all revert back to one singular issue at the end of the day, which is leadership. Every problem you have in your organization comes down to leadership. So everything that we've ever had that hasn't gone, right, or isn't going right, or we're not executing as well as we want or not getting the results we want or having struggle or challenges always comes down to leadership. Every problem you have is a leadership problem, whether you realize it or not. So that's where I've put, for the last 10 years of my life. Yes, and I'm involved in raising capital and we raise lots of capital, right? I'm involved in doing deals. I'm involved in operations. I drive the engine of a lot of the organization, even though we have 300 plus corporate team members yet with all the things I'm involved in, the number one and number two allocation of my time for the last 10 years have been hiring leaders. And developing leaders. So I spend, well over half my time on out hiring I average six day interviews a week, half for 10 plus years, and I do six to eight one on one meetings with my leaders a week focusing on developing leadership, developing capacity, developing abilities to execute. So that's some level. Dedication and discipline around hiring and developing of leadership right. Is not typical. I find in most CEOs or leaders and but I've realized the importance of, and that's the fundamental reason to how we've been able to have the sustained level of growth we've had through multiple cycles, launching many different business lines, et cetera, and sustain. It has been not, I wouldn't say we've kept up with leadership to the growth organization. We've been close to keeping up, right? So we're always feeling we're fighting to have enough quality leaders and have them at the place of leadership level, to keep up with the goals and direction of the organization. But it's a conscious, focused effort [00:12:42] Sam Wilson: when you say, and remind me, sure, have the right question for this. But when you say developing leaders, meeting with your leaders, obviously, KPIs, things like that are important, but there's a lot of kind of soft skill. In leadership that maybe can't be measured on a spreadsheet, there's interpersonal skills. There's things like you just can't measure it. How are you effectively developing leaders? Like what are things that you say, man, these are things when someone comes into our organization that I really, when I onboard 'em I want them to understand. [00:13:12] Don Wenner: Yeah, it's a wonderful question. And so the best book on leadership that's ever been written in my humble opinion is called the five levels of leadership by John Maxwell. It's a classic, it's the best understanding of leadership. And John Maxwell himself has written a hundred books on leadership. This is the best book. And so the way I think about it is most people. And if you haven't read the book, this won't, I won't go too deep in the, we weeds to people, but. Level three leadership is where most people never achieve, which is to be able to consistently generate and produce results with and through a team. And so I realized that in my organization that I have a lot of people who had leadership titles and some influence because of who they are, and they're great people and encouraging, and great cheerleaders and so forth, but weren't able to consistently generate results. And so I spent, probably a couple years really evaluating. Our leaders internally and externally in terms, what are the things that, that great leaders do? What are those? And you said the kind of soft skills, the things that that, that really make a difference. And so the first thing I backtrack is a quick second that we do is every time we hire a leader or hire any person in the organization we. Clearly identified before we even start searching for the person. But then once we hire them, we identify, we call it the R R E K, which stands for role responsibilities, expectations of key numbers. So every person at DLP knows what the key numbers are, that their response, what the KPIs, as you said, and they know exactly what the expectations are. My belief, especially the people we. But most people wanna win. Right? Most people want to do good. Right. They want to be successful, but a lot of people in most organizations, especially entre organizations don't know what success is. It's never even been measured. So they don't even know what they're aiming for. Because no one's defined what success is for their job. So that's the first place that most organizations, most companies fall down. But once we've identified success or they're not achieving success, they're not achieving their goals. We fear why that is. Right. Is it, hopefully it's not the case, this is a hiring issue. If it's a will issue, right. They're not willing to do the work. Right. But if they have a skill issue, right. An ability issue we've developed over again, a couple years, the 24 consistent practices of highly effective leaders. So some examples of those are, discipline and building habits. So they're struggling with keeping up with the whirlwind, right? They don't have the discipline and structure to their life, let alone their business. Right. Do more than you ask for others, make hard decisions, have difficult conversation. We call alignment being aligned and we have a whole method around that. Listening, speaking simply. And. Coaching teaching follow through buy-in collaboration, emotional fortitude. Those are some of the examples and we actually have people self-assess themselves against those. And we have then their leader assess them across those. And just by categorizing those things that a lot of will be considered soft skills, categorizing them in that way, and then be able to give. Clear feedback. It helps sometimes when you feel like, I don't know how to guide them on what they're doing wrong, right. When I can look at this list of 24 practices, I can see, Hey, you've really been struggling with being able to critically think through an issue and be able to kinda lay out solutions, right. And give guidance on how to get better on that and how to improve and so forth. So, so yeah, it takes a lot of work and time and you have to first care enough to do it. Right. So I always tell people, the key in, in, in building a great organization is investing in your people and you can't fake it. Right. You can't fake it. You generally have to care. And in order to really invest in, in your people and invest in them as a whole. And that's one of the other quick notes that we invest a lot in. So I believe one of our core values is called living fully. And I believe living fully is when you're achieving success and significance across all areas, your life. And we categorize life across eight areas faith, family, friends, freedom, fun, fulfillment, fitness, and finance. We have an assessment process that people can assess themselves and we want to help people. The way I think about it simply is I want, if you worked in my organization, I want you to be a great father, a great husband, a great leader in your church, whatever the things that are important to you as well as certainly being very productive in your work. Right. But those aren't contradict. We call it work life integration. We want people who are successful in achieving their goals in all areas of life. And by investing in people as a whole, every person in our organization has a personal compass. They have a goal to what's their own core values, their mission, their family, B a. What they want accomplished in a hundred years and we help them, achieve their goals and connect what they really wanna get outta life and have fulfillment and so forth. And so, yeah, so there's a couple notes on building leaders. I [00:17:14] Sam Wilson: love that. No, that's absolutely awesome. And I think that's a tough thing to tackle a tough thing as you well know, building, building leaders inside your organization. That's a lot of work and it's a lot of. Planning and probably delayed gratification. I would even imagine as you look at it and go, okay, I'm gonna invest this in you. And then it could be two or three years before we start to see fruit. But yet it is that constant cultivation of both culture and people. I think that has taken you to where you are today. Turn left a little bit in this conversation. You guys are involved in a whole suite of real estate investments. Everything from, I think it was maybe I misunderstood this, but build the rent communities to lending, to direct development of multifamily properties. When you want to take on a new business line or a new asset class, how do you guys strategize around that? Figure out the goal and then bring on the people to do it. What's that process? [00:18:10] Don Wenner: That's a wonderful question. And we have throw this out there. So, one of our domain that has information on the book and a lot of these tools that I'm talking about, including when I'm about to talk of anybody can download for free DLP, elite.com, DLP elite.com. You can download this next tool. And a lot of the other tools I've talked about which we call the elite compass. And so the compass. Is in the term for it sort of intraction they call it VTO. So it's sort of like that but a lot more to it. And so we, we have very clear big pictured organization. What's our big hero goal. What's our purpose, our mission, our core values. Who's our core client. What's our secret weapon as we call it. Clearly understanding who we are. In who we serve. And then we go and we break that down then into what's our three year aim for the organization and what's our one year bullseye. And then we break that down to what we're gonna do in the next 90 days. So we've got this really clear direction of where we're going and it's not just something that I know it or I, senior leaders know the whole organization knows it. We do a vision day every year that we invite all of, not only our employees, but all of our investors, all of our operators to join us, or we lay out exactly where we're heading. So anytime we think about launching a new business line or a new product, we go and we look, we filter it against the compass and we say, Hey, is this in a line with our values, with our purpose, with our mission, with our big heritage goes, this gonna help us get there, or is it gonna be in conflict with where we're going? And then it's often a situation of, Hey, we've got 10 different things we wanna do. If we're gonna add one thing in, what's gonna be the most, advantageous thing to do, what's gonna best fit with being able to serve our clients. And one thing that's helped me as an entrepreneur cause I, I, there's lots of things I wanna do. Right. I have, kind of 12 different business lines today that make up DLP capital. But I have 50 that I liked. 'em right. And so one of the things that's helped me to avoid that is that I don't say no to things I say not now. Right? So I'm not ready to do it now. Cause we only have 24 hours in a day. All my leaders are busy, we're all swamped. And that's the other big thing. When we launch new business line, we don't go and set up a separate set of leadership and no we're gonna use the same marketing department, the same it department, the same legal department, the same HR department, same CFO, the same senior leadership team. Who's gonna oversee this, which is what makes it possible. I have to have separate leadership teams and separate values and separate missions. It's impossible too often. I have entrepreneur real estate entrepreneurs who sit down with those on a day. We do at DLP called compass day, where our members come in and we help them lay out the compass to the organization. I sit down with each of our members for a few hours and help them kinda lay out strategy. And I'll get operators sit down with me and they have 10 employees today and they have seven business lines. They're on property management, they're construction management, and they're doing acquisitions and they're raising capital. They're launching a fund and they're doing that in two markets. And they're telling me in the next year, they're gonna add five more markets. And now they're also gonna self-perform construction. And then they decided they're gonna launch a plumbing company. And oh, by the way, we thinking we're gonna lend some money and they have more businesses than they have employees. Right. . Are you doing any of those businesses? Well now are you actually making any money at any of them? No. Right. Why do you need, all these are big businesses. Why do you need to be in every chain? Right. Don't let your, your back of house, become front of the house. Right. And try to do everything yourself. So, that's kind of how we do it, but it's hard. It's hard as entrepreneurs. [00:21:09] Sam Wilson: That's that's well said, certainly appreciate that. And thanks for taking the time to break down. So many of your thoughts here from leadership to how you guys have built an elite organization systems you've built, I've loved hear in your story from, starting selling, what was it? Ding, dons or donuts, host donuts, hostess, whatever. , yeah, that's a fun story. I love that. That's that's something they shut us down. I think I was in third grade, second grade. You remember those those jolly rancher they to sell in stick forms. Huh? Remember that? Yeah. So that was, I used to sell jolly rancher sticks in the the oatmeal cream pies in second or third grade. And I got the teachers shut us down, but that's that's funny. So I'm glad to hear. Somebody else also was in the uh, but you started much younger than I did so well done. it's loads of fun, Don. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today. This has been an absolute pleasure having you on. I know you've mentioned a few different websites here and ways that our listeners can get in touch with you or learn more about your organization, but just one last time. So it's always in the same place in the show. What is the best way to [00:22:07] Don Wenner: do that? Yeah. The domain I mentioned earlier, we can get all the free resources DLP elite.com. Our main website is DLP capital.com. You welcome to find me on all social media. I have a podcast called to impact with Don winter. And my email is Don DLP, [00:22:20] Sam Wilson: capital.com. Fantastic, Don, thank you so much. Appreciate your time today.[00:22:25]  Don Wenner:  I appreciate it, Sam.  

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Do you need to develop a brand? The answer might be yes, IF you want audiences to build a long-term relationship with your organization, intervention, or campaign. But creating a brand is a lot like a romance: to inspire passion and have a healthy “relationship,” it must feel reciprocal and your brand needs to prove that it's a good partner.This episode breaks apart the basics of brand identity and brand loyalty, and may help you decide whether you are ready for the level of commitment a brand relationship brings!Resources:Build Your Brand as a Relationship (hbr.org)Building a Brand Relationship (gallup.com)Fournier, S. (1998). Consumers and Their Brands: Developing Relationship Theory in Consumer Research. Journal of Consumer Research, 24(4), 343–353.Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you!For more information, visit the Health Comm Central website at: http://www.HealthCommCentral.com© 2022 Karen Hilyard, Ph.D.

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On this episode of the Park Leaders Show, guest Victor Bjelajac, Superintendent of California State Parks, joins the show to discuss the best ways to build tribal relationships. With 14 tribes represented in his district, Victor is passionate about integrating different perspectives and worldviews from diverse backgrounds. Having recently overseen the first tribe operating a visitor center within a state park system, Victor hopes to inspire more parks to build relationships with local tribes and include them in leadership positions. Granted, this is easier said than done given parks have a history of inadvertently marginalizing tribal voices through ignorance and negligence. Still, through influence and awareness, Victor hopes more park leaders will facilitate a trusting relationship with tribes by listening and engaging them in community events. Resources www.parkleaders.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theparkleaders/

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Hustle Makes It Happen the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:35


Rockstar Buildings owner Ashley Davis sits down with the hustlers of Hustle Makes it Happen the Podcast to discuss overcoming obstacles and building relationships to find your key to success.Rockstar Buildings on the web:https://rockstarbuildings.comProduced by Jim Chapman and the team at Envision Podcast Studios https://www.EnvisionPodcaststudio.com Subscribe on Youtube! Hit the bell for notifications as soon as they drop! Like the Facebook Page Here: https://www.facebook.com/hustlemakesiithappen/ Like our Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/hustlemakesithappen.podcast/Visit our NEW website at:https://www.hustlemakesithappen.comThanks to our sponsors:Clowdcover:https://www.clowdcover.comRockstar Buildings LLChttps://rockstarbuildings.comMilestone Titlehttp://www.milestonetitle.comArea Home Lending:https://www.areahomelending.comKatie Benton Thompson Realtor:https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057027297270

The Bright Morning Podcast
Coaching Conversation: Building Relationships and Trust in Phases 1 and 2 of Transformational Coaching

The Bright Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 46:41


In this second episode of our special Transformational Coaching mini-series, we continue exploring Phase 1 of the Transformational Coaching model: Surface Current Reality and Phase 2: Recognize Impact. Elena coaches the same educator from episode 136 and reveals her thoughts about the process. You'll hear guidance on how to develop strong relationships with new clients and how to explore behaviors, beliefs and ways of being.  This episode is for you if you want: To hear Transformational Coaching in action Direction on how to go deeper into getting to know a new clientStrategies for unpacking beliefs and the stories we hold about ourselvesTo hear what it sounds like to take an informative and cathartic stanceTo hear about how Elena prepared for this conversation Mentioned in this episode: The Phases of Transformational Coaching: Excerpt from Coaching for Equity and The Art of Coaching Workbook Episode 134: Considerations for a Thriving Coaching ProgramEpisode 83: How Do I Set Our Coaching Program Up for Success?Opportunities for continued learning: The Art of Coaching 101 (workshop)Art of Coaching Emotions (workshop)Visit https://brightmorningteam.com/podcasts/ for links to everything we mention on the show. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, InstagramReceive weekly wisdom and tools from Elena delivered to your inbox! Sign up at https://brightmorningteam.com/newsletter/ Support us 

Building Excellence with Bailey Miles
Jordan Montgomery - CEO Montgomery Companies, Speaker, & Performance Coach On Building Relationships, Growing In Boldness, & Living Life By Design

Building Excellence with Bailey Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:16


#74: Jordan Montgomery is the owner of Montgomery Companies. He is a highly regarded performance coach and keynote speaker whose clients include business executives, sales organizations, entrepreneurs, and teams.From small town Iowa, to a dominant force in the performance coaching industry, Jordan travels the country speaking and coaching executives at Fortune 500 companies, professional athletes, and sales people.In addition to his work speaking and coaching, Jordan is an accomplished business leader who has managed top-performing sales teams in the financial services industry.On the show we dive into living life by design, growing in your boldness and courage, failure, leadership, building relationships, faith, family, and much more. Jordan has a lot of great advice, insight, and more importantly action steps to help you build excellence in your life, leadership, and legacy! 

Building Relationships
Colleen's Cancer Journey

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 49:35


Like you, she had high hopes for life, but instead endured years of deep depression, fought through chronic pain and illness, and gave birth to a child with health complications.  On top of that, she heard the words, “Cancer, Stage four, Terminal.”  So, what would lead her to write a book called, In the Hands of a Fiercely Tender God?  Meet Colleen Choa on the next Building Relationships with Gary Chapman. Featured resource: In the Hands of a Fiercely Tender God by Colleen ChoaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talkupditing
The future and the past -

Talkupditing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 40:57


Dre-Ski sits down with Keith and discussed - Building Relationships as an adoptee... with family, friends, himself, and building his own family --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andre-peart/support

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast
Fulfillment in Higher Education / Other Roles Besides Instructional Designer / Confused Subject Matter Experts

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 30:25


Should you leave higher education for another sector to feel more fulfilled?  What other roles exist in L&D besides instructional design? How do you guide your confused subject matter experts? The best part of producing content has been to connect with you, learning nerd nation. And many of you write to me on LinkedIn or email about some fantastic instructional design related questions. They are so fantastic, that I want other learning nerds to hear them so I thought it would make more sense to create an entire episode based around some of these questions. If you like the format of this feedback episode, let me know! Mentioned Links: Transcript and Blog Why ID is so Confusing List of ID Related Jobs Sarah Cannistra's Page 50 L&D Roles

Bringing Intimacy Back with Dr. April
Episode 134: Building Relationship Skills in Kids with Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge

Bringing Intimacy Back with Dr. April

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 40:21


Am I doing what's best for my child? Am I ruining my child's life? Childhood comes and goes in a blink of an eye. It's the small moments we should cherish and connect with our kids to build the important relationship skills that will last a lifetime! Join Bringing Intimacy Back co-hosts Dr. April and Coach Kay with guest speaker and Integrative and Pediatric Mental Health Expert, Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge.   The Bringing Intimacy Back Podcast is dedicated to inspire, enlighten, and encourage intimate connections. This podcast provides an engaging atmosphere to discuss ways to enhance intimacy in one's personal relationships with significant others, families, friends, Spirit, and oneself. Interested in Sponsoring the show or being featured in a review or giveaway? More information about partnerships can be found at bringingintimacyback.com/sponsorship   Bringing Intimacy Back is a non-profit organization committed to inspire, enlighten and encourage intimate connections. We provide an engaging atmosphere to discuss and demonstrate ways to enhance intimacy in one's personal relationships with significant others, families, friends, spirit and self. Dr. April and Coach Kay discuss exciting topics including emotional and physical health, dating, spirituality, romance, communication and, of course, intimacy.   Dr. April Brown is a Licensed Mental Health Christian Counselor in Florida, Wisconsin, New York and New Jersey. In addition, she is Certified Relationship and Sex Therapist, Board Certified TeleMental Health Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and a Qualified Clinical Supervisor. She holds a Masters and a Specialist degree in Counseling and Human Systems and a Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology.   Kanya Ford, best known as Coach Kay, is the owner of Love & Intimacy 101, a life, love, and intimacy coaching practice based out of Richmond, VA. She is a life coach and certified sexologist.

Growing In The Green Industry
Estimating and Building Relationships with Sean Monahan

Growing In The Green Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 49:44


In this episode of Growing in the Green Industry, we welcome Sean Monahan, pre-construction/estimating division with RP Marzilli. Sean talks about establishing the estimating process and the uniqueness of every job. He says communication is key and talks about the mistakes and learning from them. He also discusses building relationships and building growth within the company. This episode is hosted by Brett Lemcke of R.M. Landscape and Macey Robinson with LandCare.

Survive & Thrive
Company Culture And Organizational Success

Survive & Thrive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 20:06


Workforce leaders are responsible for managing their teams to carry out their tasks and achieve business goals. However, promoting a company culture focused on empathy, flexibility, and change management can help your team stay satisfied in their positions and united in the face of challenges. So how can leaders make changes to facilitate a more positive company culture? On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, host Jennifer Ayres is joined by guest Kate Hall to speak about company culture and leadership. Kate is a project leader primarily focused on change management at SingleStone Consulting. Kate has years of professional experience in consulting, through which she has worked with companies to help them through their business challenges. Jennifer and Kate share their thoughts on company culture, psychological safety, and the importance of change management to survive and thrive in the future of work. How Can Company Culture Impact Organizational Success?Introducing Kate Hall (00:38) Jennifer opens the episode by introducing Kate Hall, a project management professional who is well versed in the impact of maintaining a healthy company culture and creating connections in the workplace. Kate describes how over her last eight years of working with SingleStone Consulting, she developed skills to help companies focus on their real business challenges - often concerning company culture.   Activating the Workforce (1:48) Activating a workforce can help individuals reach their full potential, bringing their co-workers and team along with them. Kate shares her thoughts on this, citing how the great resignation has shown the importance of company culture for activating the workforce. Since COVID-19, people have realized how short life is and are more focused now on spending time working in an environment where they feel valued. Therefore, company culture and team cultures are critical, now especially. The Importance of Culture (3:10) Kate knows the importance of culture and has witnessed it in her professional experiences as a workforce team member. She explains how failing to get to know fellow team members and their roles can damage company culture and discourage workers. As a result, workers can miss out on a feeling of unity within their teams, often leading to increased turnover. Building Relationships and Psychological Safety (5:32) Kate emphasizes the need for leaders to support the psychological safety of their teams by building relationships and trust with their team members. She shares a personal experience about a time when her company's culture and strong relationship with her employer made her feel supported and valued. She and Jennifer speak on the importance of psychological safety in the workplace. Thriving Through Flexibility (8:29) Kate's position as a consultant has allowed her to observe different companies and their cultures and develop a well-rounded view of effective leadership trends. She explains how companies and teams should have leaders that maintain flexibility, empathy, and engagement in their workforce to thrive and succeed in the future of work. By encouraging guided flexibility and value in their work relationships, leaders can help their workers thrive in a healthy company culture. Why Change Management Matters at Work and Home (10:39) Another essential aspect of positive company culture is effective change management. Kate explains how change management can help companies understand their staff and drive their work culture. According to Kate, putting effort into change management planning can help organizations stay ahead of the curve. She even explains how this can benefit people on an individual level and supports this with a story where she overcame resistance to change in her personal life using positive change management practices. Advice for Leaders to Build a Positive Workforce (15:31) Jennifer concludes her interview with Kate by asking...

Build Family Connection
Episode 220: Building Relationships With Less Time

Build Family Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 4:15


Now that kids are back to school, you may feel limited on the time you have to build relationships. No worries! In today's episode I share a simple way to shift your conversations to create more connection and lightness with the limited time you have together.    

The Show UP Dad
Lineman Chronicles Vol 22 Waylon Hasty

The Show UP Dad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 60:57


Todays Guest Is Waylon Hasty, he is a Journeyman Lineman and the owner and founder of elite lineman training institute located in Tunnel Hill Georgia . There mission is to bring hope to all people by helping them build there careers in the line industry thru biblical principles. He has been happily married to Sue Ellen since 2011 and together they have four beautiful children. In this Episode Waylon and I discuss:

Test. Optimize. Scale.
Test. Optimize. Scale. Episode #76 “Keep building relationships with your investors” W/Nathan Beckord

Test. Optimize. Scale.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 7:23


Outside the Trenches
Jeff Hurd On Building Relationships in the Weight Room | Beyond the Game 8/27

Outside the Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 67:59


Former Kansas City Chiefs strength and conditioning coach Jeff Hurd sits down with Kendall Gammon and Lamonte Winston to talk about the importance of building relationships in the NFL weight room. — Subscribe to the KCSN Daily substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first-edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network FOLLOW US ON: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KCSportsNetwork Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kcsports.network/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/KCSportsNetwork Substack - https://kcsn.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Building Relationships
When Mountains Crumble

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 45:21


How do you make sense of what feels senseless? On our final summer best-of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, Danita Jenae details the tragic loss of her husband, Dan. Grief left her with empty arms and a lot of questions. How do you rebuild your life after you lose someone you love? Hear the hope of Danita’s story today on Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured Resource: When Mountains Crumble: Rebuilding Your Life After Losing Someone You LoveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Freight Broker TV
Building Relationships With Shippers & Carriers

Freight Broker TV

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 34:05


As we are continue to get our schedule worked out for the days that our podcast will drop, the topic of today's FBTV Podcast is building relationships with shippers and carriers. Also in this FBTV Podcast fuel prices, Covenant talks EV, Heartland to by CFI, CHP to host free catered lunch during Truck Driver Appreciation Week, and more. A new FBTV Podcast is available every Wednesday & Saturday and is hosted by Michael, the lead consultant for TALTOA. If you've been considering a career as a freight broker or freight broker agent, seeking freight broker training or freight broker agent training, looking for a work at home job... a career? Take a few minutes and see what TALTOA has to offer! https://taltoa.com. Looking for more informative information for working as a freight broker, freight broker agent, or even if you are a trucking company considering adding a broker operation as an additional stream of revenue, then you should visit our YouTube Channel “Freight Broker TV. FBTV YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/freightbrokertv Freight Broker TV Website: https://freightbrokertv.com TALTOA Website: https://taltoa.com

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast
Mentorship: Building Relationships with Teachers, S12 Episode 3

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 26:52


You know how important it is to build strong relationships with students, and it's just as important for mentors to build that trust and rapport with teachers. Today, hosts Kathleen and Paula talk with Treva Jenkins from Maricopa Unified School District about how to build those strong relationships with new teachers to best support their growth and confidence in the classroom. Jenkins, a beginning teacher mentor who also teaches a class of students, shares how she prioritizes relationship-building and listening in her first year of mentoring a teacher. She notes how important it was for her to find a veteran mentor to support her work as a mentor and encourages other mentors to do the same. Jenkins also explains how she prioritized continuing to teach a class that can double as a clinic for beginning teachers to visit and watch Jenkins teach and interact with students. She emphasizes how active listening is often the most powerful thing a mentor can provide a new teacher. Consider enhancing your mentoring and coaching skills with one of these upcoming events at the Arizona K12 Center: Supporting a System of Growth, Feedback, and Accountability: An Experience for Instructional Coaches and Instructional Mentors at azk12.org/SystemofGrowth Arizona New Teacher Induction Network Meeting at azk12.org/AZNTIN Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.

Real Estate Runway
69: How Building Relationships Serve as an Intersection In Real Estate with Jeffrey, Kenneth, and Kerwin Donis

Real Estate Runway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 34:39


Jeffrey, Kenneth, And Kerwin Donis built a portfolio of cash-flowing rentals and a six-figure business as single-family real estate investors. The Donis Brothers are passionate about helping others reach their financial goals through real estate investing. You can check out their podcast– the Real Estate Monopoly - where they interview professionals who are dominating the real estate industry. Their multifamily portfolio consists of 600+ units across the southeast.   In this episode, Jeffrey shares his story of how he became a real estate investor and how it has helped him to build a successful business. Jeffrey is the youngest brother of three and grew up in Guatemala. Jeffrey shares how he and his brother started their own real estate business by syndicating apartments, learning through YouTube, and various podcasts when he was 18. Jeffrey also shares their story of how they got started, how they overcame obstacles, and what advice they would have for other young entrepreneurs.  [00:01 - 09:25] Opening Segment Introducing Jeffrey to the show Brief background growing up Pace Morby from Triple Digital Flip Overcoming limiting beliefs   [09:26 - 20:12] Being Educated in Multifamily Leaving school to pursue Multifamily The Best Ever Apartment Syndication by Joe Fairless Jeffrey talks about the importance of having a mentor Building a network and adding value Jeffrey talks about his first deal Finding the influencer in the room   [20:44 - 25:46] How to Add Value to Get on Your Next Deal You don't have to have the answer to everything Know someone that does Building a relationship with someone you want to learn from Relationships and people are at the intersection of all things in real estate   [25:47 - 34:38] Closing Segment Find out more about Jeffrey in the Quattro Trio! Superpower: The ability to connect with others Biggest mistake: Being a victim all throughout high school Free E-Book: How to NOT Go Bankrupt Philanthropic interest: Building schools and libraries in Guatemala See the links below to connect with Jeffrey    Quotes:   “The only thing holding us back is our limiting beliefs.” - Jeffrey Donis   “The most important thing for you is to get creative at how you can bring value to people.” - Jeffrey Donis   “The ability to be a connector, that's the thing that has paid off the most for us, and that's how we have done the majority of all the deals we've done so far.” - Jeffrey Donis   Connect with Jeffrey through LinkedIn, Facebook, or visit DonisInvestmentGroup.com. You can email him at jeffrey@donisinvestmentgroup.com.   LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Find out how team Quattro can help you by visiting www.TheQuattroWay.com. Real Estate Runway Podcast is all about alternative business and investment strategies to help you amplify life, and maximize wealth! Click here to find out more about the host, Chad Sutton. How Building Relationships Serve as an Intersection In Real Estate with Jeffrey, Kenneth, and Kerwin Donis

Side x Side Podcast
Showing Up is Half The Battle | #SidexSidePodcast | S2 Ep 3

Side x Side Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 116:06


Brandon and Dimari sit Real Estate and Music Licensing Mogul, Moses Hall side by side to chat with Hollywood Creative Professional Deanne Gaston about Entrepreneurship, building authentic and meaningful relationships, Lori Lightfoot and Donald Trump, and more! THANK YOU •  PLEASE SUBSCRIBE • TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS • REVIEW • LIKE • SHARE Connect with Deanne Gaston:Instagram: www.instagram.com/justdeannesymoneTwitter: www.twitter.com/deannesymoneLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/deannegastonConnect with Moses Hall:Instagram: www.instagram.com/moseshallLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/moseshallFacebook: www.facebook.com/moseshalloffameSponsors:Black Swan Financial Group - www.BlackSwanFinancialGroup.comEase Web Development - www.easewebdev.comJennifer Catherine Photography - www.jennifercatherinephotography.comCopyright Eleusis Media Group, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2022 | www.eleusismediagroup.com | www.sidexsidepodcast.comInstagram | https://www.instagram.com/sidexsidepod/ Twitter|https://www.twitter.com/sidexsidepodTikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@sidexsidepod@RIZZOfeels | https://www.instagram.com/rizzofeels/ | https://www.twitter.com/rizzofeels@JudahClan | https://www.judahclan.comTag #SidexSidePodcast to join in on the conversation!Music by: Brandon RizzoChaptersPreview | 00:00Opening Title, Opening Statement | 0:48Mo's RAPID FIRE ROUND, Chicago vs New York Pizza, Harold's Chicken, The Shrine closed, The Great Migration | 2:08Deanne's RAPID FIRE ROUND | 14:23Deanne's Upbringing in Chicagoland Area, Pathway to Journalism, Politics to Entertainment | 16:48Mo's Upbringing in Jamaica Queens, Love of Music, Colombia College, Chicago, Real Estate | 24:42Music Licensing, Starting a Business, What it Takes to be Successful, Music Publishing  | 31:24Pressure to Show Up, Vector knives, Entrepreneurship vs. Corporate Route | 43:00Real Estate Broker to Commercial Developer,  Building Relationships, Adding Value| 49:32ALLEGEDLY QUESTION, Donald Trump's FBI Investigation, Clinton's Administration, Black Americans' Plight, Emotions vs. Policies  | 1:02: 27Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's Decline, Repeat Offenders, Defund the Police,  | 1:18: 02Dating Post-Covid, Social Media's Influence on Dating,  Relationship Goals, Long-Lasting Marriage, Marriage vs. Wedding, Relationship Compatibility | 1:26: 02Look Approachable, How to Approach a Woman,  50/50 in Relationships, Dating within Your Means, Mo's Ideal Woman | 1:41: 02Closing Remarks, Social Media Plugs | 1:54:32

Built HOW
Marc Gup -Building Relationships Through Door Knocking

Built HOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 21:46


Marc Gup has grown his business by building great relationships in his community by door-knocking and treating people the right way. Marc has built his business into a multi-million-dollar empire. ---------- Visit www.buithow.com to sign up for our next live or virtual event.   Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network

The Model FA
Building Relationships to Build Businesses with Patrick Galvin

The Model FA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 53:24


Patrick Galvin is a coach, speaker, author, and the Founder of The Galvanizing Group, a learning and development company that helps high-performance companies and teams grow bottom-line results through cultivating relationships. In his books, The Connector's Way and The Trusted Way, Patrick explores how businesses can grow through relationship-building techniques and trust. Patrick holds a Master of Business Administration degree in International Marketing from Thunderbird School of Global Management and graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a Bachelor's degree in Foreign Service. Patrick joins us today to discuss building and growing businesses through strengthening relationships with clients. He explains the importance of taking the time to evaluate how you're bringing traffic to your business. He examines developing capital and how depositing it in relationships supports further business through referrals. Patrick also highlights the value of going above and beyond to serve others without expecting anything in return and underscores the power of gratitude. “Building your business one relationship at a time works regardless of your industry or the size of your business.” - Patrick Galvin This week on The Model FA Podcast: Patrick's background and launching The Galvanizing Group Post-sale communications and how to stay relevant in clients' lives The seven principles of The Connector's Way Developing social capital and the value of serving others without expecting to benefit Patrick's advice on asking for introductions and referrals from clients Why you might not ask for referrals as an advisor The real power of going above and beyond for your clients The importance of being grateful and personally expressing your gratitude to other people Best practices for leveraging networking groups and service organizations to build connections Resources Mentioned: Book: Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini Book: The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living by Ryan Holiday Should Self Interest Motivate Service? | Patrick Galvin at TEDxMcMinnville Our Favorite Quotes: “Focus heavily on relationship building and experience and focus somewhat on marketing and advertising, so you have something to prompt people to talk about you.” - David DeCelle “You can't control when people are going to have conversations about you, but by adding value and staying relevant, you increase the likelihood of people talking about you and what you do with their friends and family.” - David DeCelle “Having the mindset of looking for maximum gain in every connection you have will burn a lot of bridges: you might win the battle and the sale, but at the cost of an on-going relationship that could mean more business.” - Patrick Galvin Connect with Patrick Galvin: Patrick Galvin The Galvanizing Group Book: The Connector's Way: A Story About Building Business One Relationship at a Time Book: The Trusted Way: A Story About Building a Life and Business of Character Email: info@galvanizinggroup.com About the Model FA Podcast The Model FA podcast is a show for fiduciary financial advisors. In each episode, our host David DeCelle sits down with industry experts, strategic thinkers, and advisors to explore what it takes  to build a successful practice — and have an abundant life in the process. We believe in continuous learning, tactical advice, and strategies that work — no “gotchas” or BS. Join us to hear stories from successful financial advisors, get actionable ideas from experts, and re-discover your drive to build the practice of your dreams.  Did you like this conversation? Then leave us a rating and a review in whatever podcast player you use. We would love your feedback, and your ratings help us reach more advisors with ideas for growing their practices, attracting great clients, and achieving a better quality of life. While you are there, feel free to share your ideas about future podcast guests or topics you'd love to see covered.  Our Team: President of Model FA, David DeCelle If you like this podcast, you will love our community! Join the Model FA Community on Facebook to connect with like-minded advisors and share the day-to-day challenges and wins of running a growing financial services firm.

Building Relationships
Enough Is Enough

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 47:32


When is enough, enough? If you’re in an abusive relationship, don’t miss one of the most popular broadcasts of the last year on Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Dr. David Clarke says when the abuse starts, don’t wait and hope for things to get better. Get to safety now. Don’t miss the conversation with Dr. David Clarke on this summer best-of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured resource: Enough Is Enough: A Step-By-Step Plan to Leave an Abusive Relationship with God’s HelpSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Estate Uncensored - Real Estate Sales & Marketing Training Podcast
Tim Kelly on Building Relationships Systematically

Real Estate Uncensored - Real Estate Sales & Marketing Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 28:53 Very Popular


In real estate, relationships make or break our businesses, and the more we can systematize the process of building and maintaining them, the better. What are the things that we need to do on a consistent basis to get in front of people and stay top of mind?  In this special episode, real estate investor, educator, best-selling author and speaker, Tim Kelly shares advice on creating and sustaining connections to help you excel in the real estate industry.   Things You'll Learn in This Episode  Why you should choose people you want to have a relationship with  Why you need to prepare an elevator pitch How to get referrals  How email campaigns and social media can help you gain clients How calling people can help build trust and connection Why you need to demonstrate expertise in the field   Guest Bio Tim is a Real Estate Investor & Educator, a Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and recently separated from the US Navy as a Chief Petty Officer after 15 years of service. As VP of Education & Co-Owner on the incredible platform, Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI), Tim is helping active, veteran, reserve, and other military affiliated personnel realize their financial freedom goals through real estate investing. Tim has been investing in real estate since 2011 where he purchased his first single family residence with the intention of forcing appreciation and flipping for a profit. That was also his first “house-hack,” where he quickly learned the benefits of long-term buy and hold real estate were much more aligned with his goals. Through analyzing hundreds of multi-family properties, Tim has built an incredible network of real estate professionals, owns, controls, or has directly been involved in over 1,000 income-producing units and looks forward to acquiring 5,000 multifamily units within the next three years. Tim earned a Bachelor's degree in Organizational Management from Ashford University while on active duty. Tim is now a Senior Managing Partner of both Kelly Housing Group and ADPI Capital where he and his partners invest in and syndicate multifamily property in the affordable and workforce housing spaces with a focus on apartment communities, mobile home communities, and storage facilities.  For more information, visit https://www.activedutypassiveincome.com/ and get the book Military House Hacking at https://militaryhousehacking.com/. 

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast
Why the Instructional Design Field is so Confusing

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 23:26


As the instructional design field grows, so does the confusion around what "instructional design" actually means. Today, I'll talk about the current trends, job postings, the essence of instructional design, and what you should be thinking about with your future. YouTube video Show Links: Learning Nerd Nation

All the Hacks
Increasing Productivity, Procrastinating Less and Living a Happier, Healthier Life with Ali Abdaal

All the Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 52:38 Very Popular


#72: Entrepreneur, YouTuber, and former doctor, Ali Abdaal, joins Chris to discuss strategies, tools, and hacks to live a happier, healthier, and more productive life. They talk about how to dial in productivity, ways to combat procrastination, strategies to read more efficiently, and their favorite apps to organize, process, and store information.Ali Abdaal (@AliAbdaal) is an entrepreneur, writer, YouTuber, podcaster, and former doctor. His passion is to share evidence-based strategies and tools that enhance productivity, make an impact, and promote a more fulfilling life.Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/productivity-ali-abdaalWatch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZyqNR1RMJxEPartner Deals Vuori: 20% off the most comfortable performance apparel I've ever wornAthletic Greens: Free 1 year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packsDry Farm Wines: Get an extra bottle of extraordinary natural wine for just 1¢BlockFi: Exclusive bonus of up to $250 free Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Ali Abdaal: Website | YouTube | TwitterAli's Resources:The Ultimate Guide to ProductivityThese are the 24 apps I actually use each week to run my business and keep my life in order Cambridge RecommendationsFitzbilliesRiver puntingPodcasts Mentioned:All the Hacks #63: Deep Work, Digital Minimalism and Becoming So Good They Can't Ignore You with Cal NewportAll the Hacks #68: Hosting Cocktail Parties, Building Relationships, Museum Hacks and Friends Newsletters with Nick GrayThe Time Ferriss Show: Mr Money Mustache InterviewResources Mentioned: Chris Sparks' Performance AssessmentBooksThe 4-Hour WorkweekSolving the Procrastination Puzzle: A Concise Guide to Strategies for ChangeAtlas of the HeartThe Motivation Myth: How High Achievers Really Set Themselves Up to WinBuilding a Second Brain: A Proven Method to Organize Your Digital Life and Unlock Your Creative PotentialApps/interfacesBeeminder appNotes (Apple)InstapaperReadwise affiliate link: extended trialSuperhuman affiliate link: free trialNotionMiroThings 3 (IOS)Todoist Full Show NotesAli Abdaal talks about the philosophy behind what lead him to step away from his profession and bet on himself [1:44]Cal Newport's Lifestyle Centric Career Planning, advice about taking a bet on yourself, and when to take the leap [5:13]Learning along the way and converting that information into a paying gig [8:01]Ali Abdaal describes how he stayed motivated in growing the success of his YouTube channel [11:46]Ways to balance what is working for your business and what is exciting to you [13:28]Dialing in your productivity: where and how to start [15:34]Learning to appreciate the difference between procrastination and prioritization [20:15]The first step in Ali Abdaal's three-part way to combat procrastination: the fog of obscurity [22:37]The bridge of anxiety: recognizing the emotions that lead to procrastination [28:50]  Using the RAIN method to improve mindfulness and prevent emotions from getting in the way [29:16]Weighing outcomes based on positive or negative expected value [32:34]The hump of inertia: recognizing the need for a push of energy to get started [34:31]Apps and interfaces to process and store information [41:04]Ali Abdaal's life-changing productivity hack [47:02] Reading more effectively and efficiently for increased retention [52:06]Ali Abdaal's favorite Cambridge recommendations [56:46]Where to find everything Ali is working on [57:38] PartnersDry Farm WinesDry Farm Wines is my new favorite way to find great wines that are sustainably produced and leave me feeling better the next day. 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The product is incredibly versatile and can be used for just about any activity like running, training, swimming, yoga; but also great for lounging or weekend errands.To get the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet with 20% off your first purchase (plus free shipping on any US order over $75 and free returns) visit allthehacks.com/vuori BlockFiThis episode is brought to you by BlockFi. If you're interested in Crypto, BlockFi is one of the best ways to get started, letting you easily buy, sell and store your crypto assets. After signing up and linking your bank account, you can instantly trade a variety of cryptocurrencies and store them all in a secure wallet that lets you control and transfer your holdings however you want. You can also set up recurring transfers so you can dollar cost average your crypto investments over time.Or if you want another way to put your crypto investing on autopilot, there's the BlockFi Crypto Rewards Credit Card. 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It contains no GMOs, no harmful ingredients and no artificial colors or sweeteners.Right now, Athletic Greens is going to give you a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5  free travel packs with your first purchase at allthehacks.com/athleticgreens Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn

Building Relationships
The 5 Apology Languages

Building Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 47:43


“I said I was sorry, what more do you want?” Have you ever heard that or said that? On this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, Dr. Jennifer Thomas describes the five apology languages and what may be holding you back from making things right with someone you love. Hear more about the secret path to emotional healing on this summer best-of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured resource: The 5 Apology Languages: The Secret to Healthy RelationshipsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.