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During this CBJ Real News Podcast Show, John Di Lemme is joined by Sheriff Richard Mack, founder of Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) which educates both citizens as well as sheriffs and other peace officers on the Constitution and their limitations of power, according to the Constitution. Sheriff Mack will share his stance on law and order in America and what We The People should do to protect ourselves during this time of lawlessness. Plus why education on the constitution is important especially now in our nation. Learn more about Sheriff Mack and CSPOA at https://cspoa.org/ Subscribe to John Di Lemme's Clouthub Channel and be notified of all LIVE Shows at https://clouthub.com/c/cbjrealnews Follow John Di Lemme and the CBJ Real News on Telegram at https://t.me/cbjrealnews The #1 Secret on How to CANCEL the Cancel Culture is to support Conservative Business Owners and Entrepreneurs by going to https://ConservativeMarketplace.com/ How to Protect Yourself from Raging Inflation…Precious Metals – Gold & Silver Go to www.GodsGoldAndSilver.com
Today, K. Trevor Thompson shares his insights on converting from active to passive investing, reviewing current deals and lessons learned on how to evaluate multifamily deals. Stay tuned to learn more about his fantastic experience as a business leader and the exciting field of multifamily investing!Key Takeaways To Listen ForReasons to take real estate investing seriouslyWays to educate yourself in real estate syndicationPros and cons of passive investingBiggest lessons learned as an asset managerThe importance of building relationships in the real estate businessPassive investors vs. active investorResources Mentioned In This EpisodeRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki About K. Trevor ThompsonSuccessful Vice President with 47+ years in the attractions and entertainment industry. Highly observant, detail-oriented with a highly developed work ethic. Values history and culture and strives to maintain a harmonious environment offering service to others. Comfortable developing businesses, leading teams, and providing high-level results.He spent the past 20 years working for iFLY Indoor Skydiving, https://www.iflyworld.com. They grew from 1 location to 80 worldwide and it was an amazing adventure he loved being a big part of their growth. However, sadly due to COVID the company downsized, but this allows him to be full-time in Real Estate Investing. A bit about his Real Estate journey. To date he has invested as a limited partner in 14 syndicated deals, multifamily apartments (1,000+ doors) retail strip mall, 1 Townhouse to Condo conversion (28 units), 1 Single Family Rental Portfolio Fund (250 homes), 1 ground up Multi-Family Fund (100 doors), and a medical office building, land development near the new Tesla factory in Austin.Over the past few years, he becomes deeply passionate about learning about Real Estate Investing. He is a learner, continually connecting with as many like-minded people. He has been actively looking for my 1st Multi-Family apartment as GP/Asset Manager/Boots on Ground in TX.Connect with K. TrevorWebsite: Niagara Investment LLCLinkedIn: K.Trevor ThompsonTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
In this video, Axie Infinity's co-founder reveals the secret to Web3 Marketing and how they engage with their community and have them contribute to the company's success! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:00] - Intro [00:15] - Web 3 growth marketing [00:30] - Engaging with the community and newcomers [01:19] - Making them contribute to the success [02:05] - Final thoughts Programs: ✌️Free Masterclass On How To Create Your Dream Business https://levelingup.com/masterclass
Tiny Seed co-founder Rob Walling joins Dan to share insights about why bootstrapped businesses, particularly Software as a Service (SaaS), are becoming increasingly desirable to investors, partly due to the ‘downside protection' they offer. They also discuss the pros and cons of serving ‘two sided marketplaces' and why Rob has recently updated his ‘Stair Step Approach' to entrepreneurship: “One thing that has changed is that there are a lot more opportunities to do ‘step one' businesses that are recurring revenue from the start, like Shopify add ons .. If there's already a marketplace in place, it takes a huge amount of complexity off your plate .. it allows you to build the business and then learn the other stuff as you go.”
Pioneer of Cryptocurrency, hosted one of the first cryptocurrency shows on GrantCardone TV called, “The CoinProfit”, CEO of one of the fast-growing health rewards cryptocurrencies in the world CMDX - Smartcurrency for Healthcare - Pioneer of Universal Basic Data Income - Author of 2nd Best Selling Amazon E-Book on Cryptocurrency - The 7th Disruption - The Rise of the Digital Currency Billionaire. In the process of writing a book called "Learning to Shave without a Mirror'' - 7 Success Tactic to Owning Your World (Lessons from Prison). In this episode, Tom tells Brad about his desire for success and everything he has done to get to the point where he is today. The entrepreneurial spirit is among us in this episode! Tune in! 00:00 Intro 02:16 Entrepreneurial bug 06:00 “When the pain gets great enough, you change” - Tom McMurrain 08:00 Books and why they are so important 11:00 AI 11:50 Bomb: We have the most important tool between our ears but we don't feed it all the data 15:00 Laws broken in the crypto space 19:37 Zero to hero 23:58 Tom's new book 28:22 Bomb: Harness your power 29:31 CMDX 34:00 MIRACLE the Acronym 38:00 NFT craze 51:00 Artificial Intelligence destroying industries 56:06 “You gotta know what your strengths and weaknesses are 59:04 “Your input determines your output.” 01:02:28 Leverage 01:05:30 Go get Tom's book now! 01:06:35 Go to https://www.cmdx.io
There's something I want to talk about, but frankly, I'm a little embarrassed to do so. However, I write with my former self in mind, and my former self would want to know about this. So here I go. I want to talk about how to be somebody. What do I mean by “somebody?” To be somebody is to be known for your work. To have your name synonymous – or even better, eponymous – with your accomplishments. I used to be “nobody.” Now I am “somebody.” I am known in some circles for my work. My work has led to accomplishments I'm proud of. My work and I are one. There have been many steps on my journey to becoming somebody, but if I had to pick one day, it was September 14th, 2011. That was the day my first book debuted in the top 20 on Amazon. It's hard to overstate what a massive change it was, in every aspect of my life, to overnight go from an unknown tinkerer to a “best-selling author.” The day I became somebody, my life changed. The benefits of being somebody Being somebody comes with some benefits. Here they are: Career success: This the best reason to become somebody. Name recognition helps you make money for the work you do. The money for the work you do helps you do more of that work. But career success can come in other forms. Being somebody has meant that I've gotten speaking invitations all over the world. Thanks to the ones I've been able to accept, I've spoken all over the U.S., and in eight countries. Respect: When I became somebody, everyone started to show me more respect. Introductions went from, “This is David, he is weird and I'm not sure what he does” to “This is David, he's a famous author.” (Prior to becoming somebody, I was introduced by a well-known Chicago entrepreneur – right in front of my face – as a “malingerer.”) When I became somebody, my idiosyncrasies and lifestyle choices suddenly weren't viewed as odd. Instead, they were seen as something you would expect from a creative person who is somebody. Connections: Because I am somebody, I can make connections with other somebodies. If I'm interested in the work of another somebody, I can reach out to that person, and they will generally respond. Or, I can ask for an introduction from another somebody. I'm rarely more than a degree or two away from the somebody I want to meet. This is how I managed to interview many somebodies I admire for my podcast, such as Adam Conover, Elise Baurer, David Allen, James Altucher, Seth Godin, and many more. Dating prospects: When I became somebody, my dating prospects improved immediately. This admittedly has downsides, because you don't want to be with anyone who wants to be with you because you're somebody. And if you think being somebody entitles you to love you'll become a horrible person. But being somebody serves as a signal that you're trustworthy. Even though, in recent years, many much-bigger somebodies have turned out to not be trustworthy, the social proof that your accomplishments have gained you name recognition counts for a lot in at least getting someone to acknowledge you as a potential mate. Random perks: I'm only known for my work in small circles, but that doesn't prevent me from being “somebody” outside those circles. I don't flaunt my somebody-ness, but people Google. Oh, do they Google. There have been many situations where someone has discovered I was somebody, because they Googled me, and then they commented on it. Which means there have been many other situations where they didn't admit to it. This improves your prospects in a variety of situations. Sometimes that's intangible, but I know it once at least helped me rent an apartment for a couple months during a mini life. Being somebody isn't all upsides. I'll get to more of the downsides later. But if you want to become somebody, how do you do that? Why do you want to become somebody? Before you try to become somebody, ask yourself why you want to become somebody. This can be a hard question to ask and it gets to the heart of why I'm a little embarrassed to even be talking about this. American culture is driven by people desperate to become somebody, but it's unfashionable to openly admit it's something you want. What do you want out of being somebody? If you want to become somebody, ask yourself what you expect to get out of it. It might not even be necessary to become somebody to get those things. The best reason to become somebody is to get paid to do what you love, so you can do it more. Being somebody is a job requirement behind many creative professions, such as an author, musician, or entertainer. It's hard to substitute the benefits of being somebody in these cases. But if you want respect, or for various parts of life to become easier, there are other ways to get those things. For example, you can make connections with somebodies simply by being more outgoing and intentional. A dirty little secret about the benefits I mentioned earlier is that much of the value of becoming somebody doesn't come from being somebody in the eyes of other people. Much of it comes from being somebody in the eyes of yourself. If you want to be somebody, and you feel you are not, you will have little confidence. If you don't want to be somebody in the first place, nothing stands in the way of your confidence. And confidence is a big part of success. What are the downsides of becoming somebody? Being somebody comes with downsides and risks, and you should have these in mind if you're going to try to become somebody. I think I have about the right amount of somebody-ness. The vast majority of people have no idea who I am. A small circle of people respects what I do, and when I meet them, they are always interesting and nice people. As of yet, I have few vocal haters. I am not enough of a somebody to frequently be recognized in public, outside of industry conferences. (One time in my life, I was recognized in a gym, and that went just fine.) I'm not enough of a somebody for it to impede my daily life, such that I would have to be wary of going to public places, or worse yet, followed by paparazzi. I would see those as downsides. The main risk of being somebody is reputational damage, known today in its most-extreme form as being “cancelled.” For many professions, reputational damage can be devastating, but mostly only if your career depends upon others risking their reputations by working with you. If you are an actor, comedian, and perhaps a musician, if your reputation is damaged, you may have trouble getting work. If you are an author, you have to be pretty heinous to have a publisher drop you. If you are a self-published author, you'd have to be even worse. If anything, an author should be so lucky to be “cancelled” (considering it's for an unfair reason). You'd have to be pretty successful to even qualify to be cancelled, and you'd sell even more books. The best way for someone to prevent being cancelled is to not do awful things. But “tall poppy syndrome” does exist. People may want to cut you down just because you are somebody, because they would benefit by doing so, or other reasons that are beyond your control. Even if the majority of reasonable people are on your side, there are a lot of psychopaths in the world who could make your life hell, and being somebody likely increases the chances of that. Should you become a pseudonymous somebody? More and more people are becoming pseudonymous somebodies, in what Balaji Srinivasan calls “the pseudonymous economy.” Depending on what work you do, you can build a reputation for that work without anyone laying eyes on you or your real name. So, you can reap the career benefits of being somebody, without the personal risks of reputational damage. If your pseudonym's reputation is damaged, you still lose those career benefits, but hopefully your true identity is still safe. You won't get the public-facing benefits of being somebody, but you might get the boost in your self-perception that comes along with doing work good enough to be recognized. You can also work under a pseudonym without remaining totally anonymous. In other words, people might recognize your face, but not know your real name. This way, you get some of the public-facing benefits, but prevent your privacy from being violated. I have no idea what Tynan's real name is, and I don't need to know. If I could start over, I would write under a pseudonym, but probably still show my face. A big benefit of pseudonyms is you can improve your chances of becoming somebody by making your name easier to remember, and perhaps even associated with the area in which you work. Joanna Penn uses her real name, which would have been a perfectly-chosen pseudonym, since she writes about writing. I can't help but wonder if some of the success of authors such as James Clear, Ryan Holiday, and Mark Manson can be attributed to their memorable and easy-to-spell names. So many entertainers work under “stage names”, it feels silly to even present an example, but Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson. Are you trying to fill a hole in your heart? The older I get, the less I care about being somebody. I want to be somebody to the extent that it helps me sell more books, so I can write more books. But when I was nobody, I wanted very badly to become somebody. I may think I don't care about being somebody, in part because I've gotten used to being somebody. It's the “water,” that I, a fish, swim in. Some of it may be that being somebody isn't quite as amazing as I had expected it to be when I was nobody (though it's still good). But I have to admit – and this is part of where my embarrassment comes from – I to some extent wanted to become somebody to fill a hole in my heart. If you don't have enough love in your life, you may search for it in becoming somebody. There are many examples of celebrities who had absent or abusive parents or traumatic upbringings, though I don't know for sure if that comes out to a higher rate than the rest of the population. I would guess many of them wanted to become celebrities to fill holes in their hearts. Wanting to become somebody because you have a hole in your heart can be great motivational fuel. It can be, like I talked about in The Heart to Start, That Which Pulls You Through. But becoming somebody will not fill that hole. I feel bad for celebrities I see who are constantly in the news, acting out in destructive ways. I hope they're just playing the “there's no such thing as bad publicity” game, but what I fear is happening to them is they wanted to become somebodies to fill holes in their hearts. They became somebodies, but still had those holes, and now they keep throwing everything and everyone in their abundant lives into those holes – which are really endless pits of despair. Go ahead and use the hole in your heart to motivate you, but once you achieve somebody status, you better figure out how to fill that hole – because becoming somebody won't do it. Better yet, get therapy and work on yourself while you achieve somebody status. I hate to give people the wrong idea, but becoming somebody does at least help to fill the hole in your heart. It helps you skip levels on Maslow's Hierarchy: by achieving self-actualization through your art, you're better equipped to backfill the lower levels of the hierarchy, such as a sense of belonging. It's a lot easier to feel like you belong in the world when people respect you more, and when the sacrifices you've made and the work you've put in for years on end lead to success, and aren't what you fear they are: the desperate thrashings of a drowning lunatic. But that's as far as it goes. Beware the somebody cycle I feel bad for big celebrities because I think they've probably experienced what I'll call “the somebody cycle.” I only lightly experienced this myself, but fortunately escaped being sucked in by the maelstrom (perhaps, thankfully, because I didn't become a big enough somebody to make that maelstrom too powerful to escape). Here's how the somebody cycle works: You want to become somebody to fill a hole in your heart You work hard, and nobody recognizes your work, for years on end You think to yourself, “I'll show them,” and work even harder Your hard work (and luck) leads to you becoming somebody Suddenly you get more respect, and people want to be near you People want to be near you, in part, because you have more respect for yourself. So you may interpret even normal behavior from others as a higher level of respect. You think to yourself, “Where the hell were these people when I was nobody?” You get suspicious of people who want to be near you. They're only “using” you. You become awful to be around The only people who still want to be around you are the ones who want to be around “somebody.” They don't actually respect you or your work. Your suspicions turn out to be true. The world is full of blood-sucking leeches who only want to use you. Repeat steps 8–11 until you die of a drug overdose Sounds awful, right? I think it's still possible to become somebody, and not get sucked in by the somebody cycle. Stick to the principles of becoming somebody. The principles of becoming somebody If you want fewer of the downsides of being somebody, and more of the upsides, make sure you're becoming somebody for the right reasons. Here are four principles to follow on your quest to become somebody. 1. Be curious and passionate By far, the greatest benefit of being somebody is you get paid to do what interests you, and you get to do it more. But success can be a trap. If you become somebody doing something that interests you, the world will expect you to keep following that thing. But what made you successful might not have been your passion for that exact subject, but rather the process of discovery. My first book was about design. I quickly became known as the design guy. I stuck with that for a while, but became less and less interested in design. I've since embraced that what I'm actually curious about changes. The passion that actually drives me is the process of getting really curious about a subject, and digging into it, then sharing what I've learned. I could still be juicing the design thing, but I wouldn't be happy. Keep asking yourself if you're truly curious about your work, and whether you feel passionate about the process you're following. If not, change something. 2. Do great work You can let your desire to become somebody drive you to work hard, but the ultimate goal must not be to become somebody, but rather to do great work. Somebodies are attracted to other people who are curious and passionate about what they do, and who do good work. 3. Play the long game Jon Bokenkamp, creator of NBC's The Blacklist, has been on this show, on episode 93. How did I land him as a guest? When I was nobody, and Jon was less of a somebody than he is now, Jon emailed me out of the blue. He liked some design work I had posted online, and wanted to know if he could use it. I did him a favor, and more than a decade later, he returned the favor by being on my podcast. In the meantime, he had created one of the biggest shows in primetime television. From the time we first met, we were both curious and passionate people, trying to do good work. If you stick with being curious, passionate, and doing good work, you'll be surrounded by many future somebodies. Everyone else is looking for the closest sure win. Play the long game, and you'll become somebody. 4. Understand media Naval Ravikant says there are three kinds of leverage: you can have lots of capital, you can manage labor, or you can be savvy with media. The books and articles we read, the social media channels we consume, and the videos we watch, are just some of the media that shapes what we assume to be reality. This is easy to miss, because media is the “water” that we, the fish, swim in. It's possible to get lucky and become somebody without understanding media, but it's a lot easier if you do understand media. Pay close attention to how the somebodies you admire use media to increase their exposure, and shape how others see them. I've written summaries of a few classic media-theory books: The Image, Amusing Ourselves to Death, and – the best book for understanding media – Marshall McLuhan's Understanding Media. Go forth and become somebody I feel much better now, having shared that. I risked reputational damage by coming off as self-obsessed, but I think my former self would have appreciated reading this. If you feel you have something to offer the world, and would like to be recognized for it, go forth and become somebody! But remember to make it about enjoying the process, and doing work you can be proud of. 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You've heard of affirmations, but have you used them successfully? Join me daily and I'll guide you through a very simple and brief activity where I'll give you 2 affirmations, a question to ask yourself and a quote to ponder.
"The better you get, the better you get," says today's guest, Dirk Sorrels while describing the meandering path that lead to his becoming an integral part of Team Boss Shotshells and then an ardent duck hunter. How'd he end up becoming a tattoo artist, how'd he connect with clients, and what does he most remember about one of his most famous clients? How is duck hunting like surfing? Another must-hear conversation bearing the reminder that when you come to a fork in the road--just take it! Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells Benelli Shotguns Kanati Waterfowl Taxidermy Mojo Outdoors Tom Beckbe Flash Back Decoys Voormi GetDucks USHuntList It's really duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences all year long: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
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Despite Biden's continued push for significant tax increases, a tax-cut revolution is coming. But will Republicans be smart enough to ride the wave? Steve Forbes on the impressive number of states moving in the opposite direction of tax-loving Democrats, on who could be the next zero-income-tax state and on which states just aren't getting the message.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Everyone talks about being an entrepreneur, being your own boss. Yet having a career, is there still any value in this today? Madeline joins me to confirm that yes, so much value and opportunities exist for those who choose this path. And using the ideas shared in today's unique episode, you'll learn to apply the sales process to get yourself into the dream career you always wanted. Madeline Mann is a Human Resources & Recruiting leader in the Technology industry who is known for her thought leadership in career development, hiring, and personal branding. She hosts an award-winning YouTube Channel called Self Made Millennial where she posts videos weekly on how to find and excel in your career. Madeline also developed the ultimate re-book Fill in the Blank, which contains essential email templates for the job search. Listen out for: Why people shouldn't ignore opportunities that exist when to choose “Career” over “being your own boss” How following the “application process” to get a job isn't always the best way You will discover how the sales process applies so much to job search The myth of “Years of Experience” to qualify for any position. What you should look for before starting to pick a dream career Bonus: Go follow Madeline by visiting her website: https://www.madelinemann.com/ Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app. Share this with your friends on Instagram or Twitter. Go to Sellingwithlove.com for video access to the show or directly to youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5VaR6Z3wfElWFZn64ugOBw New to Selling with Love Podcast? I'd love to connect with you. You can find me, your host, Jason Marc Campbell on the following Channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonmarccampbell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonmarccampbell/ *Selling with Love Podcast was previously known as Superhumans at Work by Mindvalley.
I'm coming to the mic today with my big hoop earrings on, which means I'm ready to get fired up about something I'm passionate about.And what I'm feeling really passionate about right now may be a little controversial… but if y'all have been around the block with me before, you know I'm the Queen of telling it like it is. So here it is:>>Business owners need to spend less time working IN their business and more time ON their business.
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LinksSaylor TwitterWebShow PartnerThis episode is presented by FTX. Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesBitcoin Journey– First tweeted about Bitcoin in 2013, was skeptical– Would comment on early tech, very unknown at the time– Would tweet about Bitcoin and people find his old tweets– Learned about Bitcoin through poker and online gamblingDiversifying– DON'T DIVERSIFY– Diversifying is selling the winners to buy the losers– Amazon wins– Walmart kinda treads water– and 15,000 companies lose– It's nearly impossible to beat a digital monopolyBanking Experience– Lost $1M in a bank rug– Lost $1M in an Argentina rug as well– Banks wouldn't let him move his money around– He got crushed by Argentina inflation– Kept getting smoked – “can we buy a yacht, float it to the US, then sell it here?”– Couldn't do that, eventually gave upCurrent Bitcoin Experience– Then had $1B company with $500M cash on balance sheet– Knew it was gonna get inflated away– Saylor: “It's like losing half your body – like amputating your left arm and left leg”– Now has like $5B worth of Bitcoin– If you're on main street you had the worst year of your life– If you're on Wall Street you had the best year of your life– First Bitcoin buy in August was defensive– Bought first amount at like $11k BTC ($250M buy)– Then got $600M loan at 1% interest…and just bought Bitcoin lmao– Saylor: “All time high is just the all time high to date”Business and Bitcoin– Cobie: “Given the cyclical nature of crypto, I've seen life ruining bear markets and pre up only euphoria bull markets. Will you keep buying bitcoin forever?”– Saylor: “Yeah” LMAO– Devaluing currency is crushing basically every small business– Saylor: “It's like you're rowing 7 knots, but the current is moving against you at 7 knots”– Michael Sailor! *credit to CryptoCred*– Saylor: “It is true that if I deal you double aces, you have an advantage in the poker game. But if I put a gun to your head, you don't have that advantage anymore!” think he's saying zoom out, think bigger lol– More war/ poker/ boating analogiesBitcoin vs Other Cryptos– The others are very complicated, there's likely a crypto economy in the future– Bitcoin is not like them it is simple– Once a sovereign wealth fund owns $5B of it, then its OK for big companies to own $5B of it, and there's a domino effect– One regulator could wake up tomorrow and put out a press release that doubles the market– There are 10,000 big institutions that can start to pour in and that tips everyone in– Saylor: “If you're Apple, you can take your market cap up $2 trillion. Do you want $2 trillion???”– The real Bitcoin bond – borrow $1B at 1% interest and buy BitcoinCountries Buying Bitcoin– Cobie: “So El Salvador did it and now there are rumors of Honduras doing it – I do think the second person to follow is a strong form of leadership”– Ledger: “Your top job as a large holder of Bitcoin is to convince others to buy Bitcoin to increase the network effects”Bitcoin Maximalism– Ledger: basically asked if there is any chance Saylor buys anything besides Bitcoin?– Satoshi disappeared, price was a penny, there's no pre-mine, its PoW, there's no yield– Basically, it's pure– Saylor: “Every proof of stake coin is a security”– If you are a person of any fame, you cannot endorse a security– However, you can endorse property– “Saylor Coin, Saylor Moon Coin, Son of Shiba Moon Coin”– China could create China Coin (only legal to mine in China)– There is risk in property, but its heavy and sound– You want property to be heavy and durableCrypto Future– The first decade of crypto was off shore, entrepreneurial– The second will be on shore, institutional– We are in the middle, and will be there for 3-5 years– Cobie (summarizing): “you buy Bitcoin because you know what Bitcoin will be in 50 years”– Other coins not so muchLife Advice– Saylor: “Stay in your lane”– You start trying to express a nuanced opinion and next thing you know your debating a nobel prize winner in that field– There are black swan tail risks that can crush everything so can't worry about them much– If you think there's a 95% chance Bitcoin goes to 0 then alright put 5% of your money in– Misc. good quotes:– “Bitcoin could be a $100 trillion asset without L2s without Lightning Network or anything”– “The block of granite under Manhattan doesn't move. It still has value”Do you own Bitcoin as well personally?– Yes, Michael Saylor owns 17,732 BTCFINAL ALPHA– “Focus.”– “Just because you can acquire a thing doesn't mean you can maintain a thing, and just because you can maintain a thing doesn't mean you can enjoy a thing” referring mostly to a boat– “The hardest thing is to compete forever, profitably”Notes by Kevin and LukeMusic by GiovanniPickle
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talked about his company doubling down on gaming, which should give gamers and investors pause. Tim Beyers analyzes not only the impressive 2nd-quarter results but the overall health of Microsoft's business and how much room to run the gaming division has. He also discusses Mattel's renewed partnership with Disney, and what investors need to understand about F5's place in the cloud industry. Plus, Olivia Zitkus and Keith Speights discuss how Pfizer, Moderna, and Abbott Laboratories are investing the money they've earned from Covid-19-related sales, and whether one is doing a better job of it than the others. Our free Investing Starter Kit includes 15 stocks and 5 ETFs. For a copy just go to http://fool.com/StarterKit Stocks: MSFT, ATVI, MAT, DIS, HAS, FFIV, SNOW, MDB, PFE, MRNA, ABT Host: Chris Hill Guests: Tim Beyers, Olivia Zitkus, Keith Speights Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd
Today I'm continuing my conversation with Pieter Levels (@levelsio). In this episode we dig into what habits make Pieter so prolific as well as his thoughts on investing, crypto, and money in general.
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This week, A Disney Legend is honored on Main Street, the Lunar New Year foodie guide is out, along with the Sip and Savor pass, the big game is coming to Disneyland, more Magic Keyholder perks, we talk to voice actor Vincent Tong, and more! Please support the show if you can by going to https://www.dlweekly.net/support/. If you want some DLWeekly Swag, you can pick some up at https://www.dlweekly.net/store/. Book your travel through ConciEARS at no extra cost to you! Be sure to mention that you heard about ConciEARS from DLWeekly at booking! If you want some awesome headwear or one of a kind items, be sure to visit our friends over at All Enchanting Ears! You can use the promo code DLWEEKLY10 to get 10% off your order! News: A new proprietor has taken up residence on Main Street. Dave Smith, the creator of the Disney Archives, received a window on Main Street above the Fortuosity Shop. The window says “New Century Historical Society, Dave Smith, Town Archivist, Preserving, Protecting & Presenting Our Fond Memories of the Past.” Dave sadly passed away back in 2019 before he could receive the honor of the window. The ceremony was attended by Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock, Disneyland Park Vice President Kris Theiler, Archives Director Becky Cline, Disney Ambassadors Mark Everett King Jr. and Nataly Guzman, and Dave's sister Jean Marana. Dave was named a Disney Legend in 2007. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2022/01/walt-disney-archives-founder-dave-smith-honored-with-window-on-main-street-u-s-a-at-disneyland-park/ Last week we talked about so much food, then on the day the podcast posted, the foodie guide to the Lunar New Year was posted! – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2022/01/foodie-guide-to-lunar-new-year-2022-celebrate-at-disneyland-resort-hong-kong-disneyland-resort-and-shanghai-disney-resort/ Minnie Mouse is celebrating National Polka Dot Day with a virtual retreat hosted on Instagram each day from January 31st through February 4th. The events will showcast whart it means to be “Positively Minnie” with different guests each day. The sessions will begin at 10am Pacific each day. Replays will be available afterwards. Topics include Empowering Your Life, Styling, Forging Good Friendships, Turning a Passion into a Business, and more. To attend the virtual retreat, check out the link in our show notes. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2022/01/celebrate-minnie-mouse-and-national-polka-dot-day-with-minniestyle-presents-virtual-polka-dot-retreat-hosted-on-instagram-and-inspired-by-our-favorite-lifestyle-muse/ This week we have pricing for the Sip and Savor Pass guests can purchase to make the most of the Lunar New Year. For $43, the pass includes six tear off tabs that are good for select food and non-alcoholic items. Magic Key Holders get a $3 discount on the pass. – https://www.micechat.com/312637-disney-california-adventure-lunar-new-year-eats-and-treats/ Sports fans should get excited! The Super Bowl is coming to Disneyland! ESPN will have some hosts at Disney California Adventure from February 9th through the 13th. Personalities include Super Bowl Champions Ryan Clark, Booger McFarland, Tedy Bruschi will be there, as well as Hall of Famer Randy Moss. They will be at the Paradise Bay viewing area at various times those days. For specific times, check out the link in our show notes. Downtown Disney will also have some entertainment February 10th through 13th between 1 and 7pm. – https://www.micechat.com/312637-disney-california-adventure-lunar-new-year-eats-and-treats/ We briefly talked about the redesign coming to the Magic Key Terrace in Disney California Adventure soon. The Orange County Register had an interview with Kim Irvine about the newly designed location. She described it as Magic Key Holders having a location they could call their own, like Club 33. The location will have reduced capacity as the renovation is completed in phases over the next few months. Some of the changes will include new furniture, lighting fixtures, draperies, tile work, stained glass and murals inspired by a pair of adorable animal mascots. The mascots will be a peacock and the fan-favorite Disneyland cat who often visits this location, Nutmeg. – https://www.ocregister.com/2022/01/24/disneyland-magic-key-passholders-get-their-own-club-33/ and https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2022/01/24/magic-key-holders-are-getting-their-own-club-33-type-hangout-in-disneyland/ More information has been announced about the Magic Keyholder Celebration month coming to Disneyland next month. Magic Key sunglasses, sporting the Magic Key and Disneyland logos will be available, across from the Blue Sky Cellar in Disney California Adventure. A third poster was announced to be offered in Downtown Disney. This one is the blueprints of Avengers Campus and another special attractions poster, which will be at Wonderground. A Magic Shake will be a hidden menu item at Black Tap, and a themed adult beverage called Ima'gin' will be at Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen. – https://www.micechat.com/312670-disneylandmagic-key-holder-celebration-month-revealed/ One of the famous mountains will be taking a quick refurbishment break next month. From February 28th through March 4th, the Matterhorn will be closed. No word on what will be worked on this time, but good to know if you are making a trip to the resort during that timeframe. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2022/01/23/a-classic-disneyland-attraction-will-temporarily-close-soon/ The Redwook Creek Challenge Trail has a new inhabitant. Raya, from Raya and the Last Dragon has a meet and greet setup, with special lighting that makes it really special at night. Guests can also ask cast members to walk by the location instead of waiting in the sometimes long lines to actually meet Raya. Guests that choose this option cannot stop, so be aware of that. – https://www.micechat.com/312637-disney-california-adventure-lunar-new-year-eats-and-treats/ A fun part of Toy Story Midway Mania has returned! Mr. Potato Head is back talking with guests as they wait to experience the attraction. Mr. Potato Head has been behind his curtain for a while since his eyes were not functioning correctly. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2022/01/lunar-new-year-decor-mr-potato-head-is-fixed-sleeping-beauty-castle-on-everything-more-disneyland-photo-report-1-18-22/ The Plaza Point Holiday Shoppe is hitting its second holiday with Lunar New Year. There is still Christmas items for purchase, but the shop now has some select merchandise for Lunar New Year. In addition to the merchandise, there is also some cute decorations scattered about, like fire crackers, lanterns, and more. – https://www.micechat.com/312940-disneyland-update-low-waits-good-fortune/ For those Weeklyteers who need to add to their Minnie ear collection, some new designs have arrived. First is the gold sequined Belle ears, which feature a cartoon Belle on the ears, and a gold rose in the center of the bow on top for $34.99. The seond set is a new take on the classic Minnie design with a white bow with red polka dots, and a black sequined ears and band for $29.99. The third pair are themed after Sleeping Beauty Castle with a pink sequined bow with a studded gold D in the center, black ears covered in images from Sleeping Beauty in gold with colorful accents for $29.99. Then there is the Play in the Park ears which are like the existing Mickey balloon ears with blue and yellow Mickey shapes, which light up for $32.99. Finally, the amethyst Minnie ears, which feature colorful sequins, mostly in purple shades, with a giant bow for $29.99. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2022/01/24/hurry-5-new-pairs-of-disney-ears-dropped-online-today/ Discussion Topic: Vincent Tong – https://www.instagram.com/vincent_tong_007/ Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild – https://www.disneyplus.com/movies/the-ice-age-adventures-of-buck-wild/43OJuKxe9b9Y
In today’s episode, we look at the features in the latest version of WordPress – version 5.9.
You don't want to miss this episode of Remarkable People with Marc Benioff, CEO and Founder of Salesforce. He's also the author of the NYT best-selling book Trailblazer: The Power of Business as the Greatest Platform for Change and a world-class philanthropist having joined Giving Pledge in 2016. Tune in and start taking notes!
In episode #1987, Neil and Eric talk about 5 key questions to ask to improve your content by 10x. Surveys are an excellent tool for getting feedback and improving your content. Tune in to learn about the best questions to ask and 10x your content! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:20] Today's topic: 5 Key Questions to Ask To Improve Your Content By 10x. [00:30] Surveys are an excellent way to get feedback and improve your content [00:35] Ask people how you can make your content better. [01:05] Follow up with a question asking whether there is anything they'd like to add. [01:19] Ask who has the best content in your space. [01:42] Get to the root of what is faulty in your content by asking ‘what's something you're uncomfortable telling us about our content?'. [02:09] How to use exit pop-up surveys to improve your headlines. [03:07] That's it for today! [03:13] Take part in our survey at marketingschool.io/improve! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Subscribe to our premium podcast (with tons of goodies!): https://www.marketingschool.io/pro Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu
Discover Two Life-Changing Tools To Transform Fear Confidence is a byproduct of bold action. Hence, in order to create lasting confidence, you must consistently face your fears... but how? Join Dr. Aziz today to discover two life-changing tools you can use to get yourself over the terror barrier and into smooth, steady, confident action now.
You might want to look into investing in mobile home parks after listening to this episode as Christopher Nelson discusses how he finds multiple opportunities to be made in this asset class. Join us to discover its advantages and possible investment opportunities compared to other real estate asset niches.Key Takeaways To Listen ForOpportunities in mobile home parksHow to add value in mobile home parksMisconceptions about mobile home parksMobile home park assets vs other real estate assetsWhy real estate investing is the key to financial freedomResources Mentioned In This EpisodeFundrise PayNearMeWhat Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash FlowAbout Christopher NelsonChristopher Nelson is the Principal and co-founder of Wealthward Capital, a real estate investment firm with a diverse portfolio of over 3,000 multifamily units, mobile home parks, and ATMs. Christopher shows technology employees how to achieve financial independence through education and creating passive income portfolios. He is currently editing his book, From No Dough to IPO. Connect with ChristopherWebsite: Thrive Community FundTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Heeeyyy guuuuyys!!! I'm SO frikin excited to share my upcoming book RADICAL CONFIDENCE with you guys! I have poured my heart and soul into this book and I CAN'T WAIT to share it with you! Sign up for updates about the book (and bonus content!!) here: lisabilyeu.comPeople that experienced abuse as children are significantly more likely to be abused as adults. Even more shocking is a recent study that cites women who suffered from childhood abuse are at a higher risk of dying young. Sadly, drugs and alcohol addiction play a major part in this. Cheryl Burke is a professional dancer, podcaster, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur. You may have caught her in one of her 20+ seasons on Dancing With The Stars. She has recently braved the storm and decided to come forward about her alcohol addiction and childhood trauma. While she is a work in progress and making moves towards healing and recovery from a complicated past everyday, she is joining Lisa to openly share her struggles with addiction and finding herself with love, compassion, and acceptance. For a deeper dive into Cheryl's world and her story you can also check out the essay she published in US Weekly about her sobriety here: (https://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/news/cheryl-burke-details-sobriety-healing-through-dwts-with-cody-rigsby/) SHOW NOTES: Abusive Past | Cheryl reveals traumatic events created addiction and Queen of numb [0:36]Out of Control | How social anxiety was amplified even after being called out for drinking [5:31]Pivotal Moments | Cheryl exposes what happened that helped her get sober [7:57]Body Dysmorphia | Coping with an unhealthy body image & social media stressors [9:37]Admitting Addiction | Steps Cheryl took to admit a drinking problem without sabotage [11:43]Self-Identity | How Cheryl is discovering herself beyond toxic addictions and learning self [15:43]Assessing Relationships | Deciding the relationships to stay with and outgrow for better [21:37]Accepting Compliments | Working through the discomfort of taking a compliment [23:55] QUOTES: “When I was calm, or when I was not creating drama around me there was something wrong.” [2:10] “Addiction is a disease and everybody will be triggered in certain ways that we will never know, and that doesn't mean it's your fault” [13:52] “I'm just trying to be happy and understand that peace is not boring. Peace is a beautiful thing. but there's only little tiny seconds that maybe once every few months that I experience that.” [17:52] “We get so consumed with what we think people want, that we don't know what we want.” [19:37] Follow Cheryl Burke:Website: https://www.cheryl-burke.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCemwzBiVg4zXdy9I4A8oGogTwitter: https://twitter.com/CherylBurkeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherylburke/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialCherylBurke
You've heard of affirmations, but have you used them successfully? Join me daily and I'll guide you through a very simple and brief activity where I'll give you 2 affirmations, a question to ask yourself and a quote to ponder.
Crystal maintains 15+ years of design, marketing, and communications experience. Prior to working in CRE, Crystal nurtured Albuquerque, NM's budding film industry serving as an animator, practical effects designer, and art manager for a local production company. After completing her education, she worked for a non-profit teaching technical literacy and workforce training skills. She moved on to facilitate the role of Marketing & Events Director for several B2B and B2C organizations. Crystal's expert presentation, sincerity, and consistent engagement have fostered ever-increasing media followings, ratings, enhanced company visibility, and SEO. Her background as a technical educator aids her ability to transmit information successfully and to render quantifiable results. [00:01 - 07:14] Digital MarketerLet's get to know Crystal BeckettCrystal takes us in-depth to RESOLUT REDigital marketing expertise and her desired career[07:15 - 26:35] Creatively Successful MarketingHow to Become the Next Successful MarketerSuccess in ArtGraphic Design in Real EstateProfessional Creativity and FreedomWhat makes a digital marketer?Be Google's No. 1Master Social Media ManagementLogic vs Emotion Graphics or marketing?[26:36 - 36:33] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?Call CenterWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?Listen to SadhguruWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Be more conscious in the nowWhat does success mean to you?“Doing all of the wonderful things I want to do for my child.”Putting actions behind your wordsConnect with Crystal. Links available belowTweetable Quotes:“Building my own website, it was sort of a combination of everything I loved – layout, and design and video and content all in one place.” - Crystal Beckett“Personalization is key to specific groups of people.” - Crystal BeckettConnect with Crystal through email@example.com, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Visit their website https://www.crystalbeckett.com/ LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeExclusive Facebook Groupwww.yonahweiss.comNone of this could be possible without the awesome team at Buzzsprout. They make it easy to get your show listed on every major podcast platform.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/weissadvice)
Friend, money belongs in your bank account, not on the table. You are working way too hard to be missing out on opportunities to bring in more revenue! In this podcast, I talk about 4 different things you could be looking at right now so you're not leaving anything on the table. Hit the Highlights(03:00) Are you working for free? (05:30) Are you undercharging? (06:50) What revenue streams are you using? (09:44) What is your highest ticket item? Podcast Review: "Grateful"Listener: Stace Atron "I'm seriously so grateful for this podcast and all the different people that Jennifer brings on to share their experiences - so many things to learn from other people!! Thank you so much." **6 Figure Podcast Mentioned in show: "The Secrets Of 6 Figure Earners" GET ON THE WAITLIST right now for The Better Way Program where I teach women the proven path to learning, understanding, and implementing the 8 top online revenue streams so you can explode the growth of your online business without working so hard! Get on the waitlist for the next opening >> BetterWayProgram.com Subscribe and Review I am honored to show up each week on The Jennifer Allwood Show and bring you inspiring and actionable content. I hope it is truly helpful for you. One of the best ways you can bless me in return is to subscribe to the show and leave a review. By subscribing, you allow each episode to be downloaded straight to your phone which helps our download numbers and makes sure you never miss an episode. And when you leave a review, you help show others the value of what we provide! You can GO HERE to subscribe and review!
Retired Navy Captain and leadership expert David Marquet joins Chris to share the moment in the Navy that completely flipped his understanding of leadership. They discuss why the secret to leadership lies in giving up control, how to create spaces at work and at home where people can show up as their best selves, how slight language changes can make great character shifts in your life, and how you can have an impact at work no matter your pay grade. David Marquet (@ldavidmarquet) is a distinguished submarine captain who, as commander of the USS Santa Fe, took the ship and its crew from one of the worst performing in the Navy to achieving the highest retention and operational standings. He documented that journey in his best-selling book Turn The Ship Around, which has been listed as one of the top 12 business books of all time. His most recent bestselling book Leadership is Language was released in 2020 and outlines how just changing your words can dramatically improve decision-making and execution on your team.Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/leadership-david-marquet Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect With David Marquet: Intent-Based Leadership International | LinkedIn | WebsiteDavid's Books: Turn The Ship Around | Leadership is LanguageYoutube Channel: Leadership Nudges with David MarquetDavid's Talk that Chris shared dozens of times: Youtube Full Show NotesWho is David Marquet? [00:11]Effective definitions of leadership vs. outdated definitions of leadership. [01:21]Two tactics that completely changed how David Marquet viewed leadership. [03:52]What you should focus on when making leadership decisions. [10:24]How to make people more receptive to new decisions. [11:21]Is it worth letting people make mistakes on purpose? [12:54]Why you should give people more control than they can handle. [13:52]What's the responsibility of leaders when decision making is decentralized?[16:20]How do you create a sense of urgency in your organization when you have important deadlines? [17:58]How to have a more inclusive team meeting (and why you should take votes before starting discussions). [22:08]How to get quiet people to speak up (3 levels of cognitive involvement) [27:06]The least stressful type of leadership (David's time as commander of the submarine USS Santa Fe) [31:40]How to avoid wasting time at meetings. [33:49]A whole book of “don't say this, say that” (why David wrote a second book about leadership). [38:49]A simple change in language to help you stick to your commitments and easily avoid peer pressure. [41:11]Language leaders should avoid. [45:07]When to stick with your decisions and when you should change the course. [47:55]Why you need an emotional environment at work (and calculating the cost of your decisions). 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Network marketing, MLM, Multi-Level Marketing, Social Marketing, Social Retail, Social Selling, there are many names for Network Marketing - at the end of the day it's a business model. A business model, but more so a vehicle. A vehicle and an opportunity to create impact, purpose, time freedom, financial abundance, personal growth, whatever it is that you want, whatever it is you're willing to work for. It is called NetWORK marketing, it involves work, it's not Netgetrichquick marketing. The beautiful thing is, you have an opportunity to be paid for whatever you ARE willing to work for. You are quite literally paid your worth. Your value based on the impact you make. And you get to decide what that is. You get to decide what you're willing to work for. No one is telling you how much your worth via a salary. Network marketing is turnkey entrepreneurship. It allows you to start a business overnight, with low startup costs, often hundreds of dollars versus hundreds of thousands to start up a typical brick and mortar business. It enables you to work to make a profit right away. It also has a system for success in place and an “upline” of mentors to help guide you through a duplicatable system. The product, shipping, customer service, corporate side, that's all done for you. You get to go be the entrepreneur. But isn't it a pyramid scheme? No it's not. Pyramid schemes are illegal. They are when you invest money, with no exchange of product, and get paid back after other people invest after you. In network marketing, you only get paid on an exchange of actual product. On the flip side, you have the opportunity to leverage yourself and your impact beyond just your network by building a team. You will be paid based on the sales volume of yourself and your team. Network marketing isn't perfect, but it is an incredible way for anyone to start a business, focus on adding value to others, growing themselves, leveraging their impact and making money along the way. If someone sent this to you, connect with them on what this opportunity could look like for you. Success in network marketing involves helping other people get what they want, and you'll have everything you ever wanted.Timestamps: [1:41] What IS network marketing exactly? [2:43] Ultimately it is a business model - it's word of mouth. [5:05] Everyone is network marketing, whether you realize it or not. [6:44] It's a vehicle into entrepreneurship. [8:36] "Help enough people get what they want, and you will have everything you'll ever need." [9:51] You are not locked in like you are with a brick and mortar. [11:50] It's a turnkey opportunity. [13:35] How network marketers get paid. [15:12] Isn't it a pyramid scheme? [19:33] Your network is your NET WORTH. --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts
The vibration we give off, is the vibration we attract. Listen and repeat these affirmations as often as you can to raise your vibration and create your world!--Links & resources:To follow more info about the firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out my personal instagram account@debbie_nealSupport this podcast:Please rate, review, subscribe and SHARE this podcast out, I will be eternally grateful!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/level-up-with-debbie-neal/id1552017731This Podcast is brought to you by Upstarter Podcast Network.
Today's “The Buzz” comes from vintage classic movies. * Buzz 1: “I guess you guys aren't ready for that yet. But your kids are gonna love it.” (Marty McFly, Back To The Future, 1985 sci-fi film) * Buzz 2: “What are we gonna do?”. “The question isn't 'What are we going to do?' The question is 'What aren't we going to do?'” (Sloan and Ferris, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, 1986 teen comedy film) * Buzz 3: “To infinity and beyond!” (Buzz Lightyear, Toy Story, 1995 computer-animated comedy film) * Buzz 4: Just keep swimming, …swimming, swimming…” (Dory, Finding Nemo, 2003 computer-animated adventure film) * Buzz 5: “Someday. That's a dangerous word. It's really just a code for 'never'.” (Roy Miller, Knight and Day, 2010 action-comedy film) Could YOU have predicted that we'd STILL be quoting Marty, Ferris and Sloan 35+ years later…Buzz 25+ years later Dory 15+ years later…and Roy 10+ years later? Hmmmm… If you're hoping to gaze into a crystal ball to see what 2022 holds for your community, your company, your industry and the world, we've got the next best thing. On our 7-week 2022 Crystal Ball Predictions Special, we're bringing you insights from 60 thought leaders covering the exciting technologies, strategies, and trends that can help you grow and compete better in 2022 and beyond. Live today, January 26, 2022, we'll hear 11 visionaries' savvy predictions for the year ahead – and perhaps beyond. Pour a cup of Joe, Earl, Jack, Jim, Bailey, or Dom, and join us for Technology Revolution: The Future of Now – 2022 Crystal Ball Predictions – Part 7 live.
If you're a leader, you're a creator! This week on The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast, John talks about the things leaders create in their organizations and in their people. They create confidence, ideas, strategy, and options. After John's lesson, Mark Cole and Chris Goede will offer some ways you can apply John's lesson to your own life and leadership. They discuss how many leaders are the most creative when they are working in their strength zone, and how leaders who don't think of themselves as creative need to be reminded to get back into their strength zone. Our BONUS resource for this episode is the “Leaders are Creators Worksheet,” which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John's teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/Create and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” References: Watch this episode on YouTube! The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Online Course Change Your World by John C. Maxwell Relevant Episode: Focus on the Future Relevant Episode: The Leader's Greatest Relevant Episode: Encouragement Changes Everything
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