In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about the art of task management and the liberating concept that not everything is as important as it seems. They shine a light on the societal conditioning that often pressures women into believing that every little thing is essential, leading to unnecessary stress and burnout.They talk about eliminating tasks that contribute little to your overall vision. It's about automating, delegating, and eliminating tasks that don't align with your purpose. This approach affords you more time to focus on what truly matters.Links mentioned:Next Level Nation - https://www.facebook.com/groups/459320958216700Next Level Hope Foundation- https://www.gofundme.com/f/next-level-hope-foundation-2023-holiday-event ______________________Website
Detachment is often misunderstood in the context of personal growth. It's not about being aloof or uninvolved; instead, it's about learning to separate ourselves from the outcome of our actions. In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about understanding the results we are genuinely attached to and evaluating whether they serve us positively or negatively. It's about recognizing that we cannot control every outcome and that external results do not define our worth. Detachment, in essence, is a journey toward self-discovery and personal growth.Links mentioned:Next Level Nation - https://www.facebook.com/groups/459320958216700Next Level Monthly Meetup #24: "3 Things Holding You Back From YOUR Version Of Success" on December 7th, 2023, 06:00 PM EST - https://www.nextleveluniverse.com/monthly-meetups/______________________Website
In the dynamic landscape of today's business world, transparent leadership isn't just a buzzword—it's a strategic imperative. Transparency builds trust, fostering a culture of openness and collaboration within your team. By being transparent about goals, challenges, and decision-making processes, you empower your team with the knowledge they need to excel.Moreover, embracing organizational changes is not a sign of weakness but a hallmark of strength. Change is inevitable, and leaders who resist it risk stagnation. Openness to change signals adaptability and a commitment to staying ahead in a rapidly evolving environment. It allows your team to navigate uncertainties with confidence, knowing that your leadership is not only receptive to change but actively driving it for collective success.In essence, transparent leadership and a willingness to embrace change go hand in hand, creating a resilient and innovative organizational culture. As a leader, your transparency becomes the beacon that guides your team through challenges, and your openness to change becomes the catalyst for continuous improvement and growth. Together, they form the pillars of a leadership style that not only survives but thrives in the face of change.#Transparency #ChangeManagement #LeadershipDevelopment⚡️FREE RESOURCE:
Just because you have blocks doesn't mean that YOU are “blocked.” Today, Janelle, Lacy, and Jessica are peeling back all the layers to talk about blocks, shadows, and blind spots — a comprehensive guide to illuminating the path towards healing, manifestation, and your authentic self. If you feel like you have done everything and are still awaiting your manifestations, it might be time to investigate blocks and blind spots–they're called that for a reason, and this episode may help you find a path forward. Join us for a soul-nourishing sesh where our hosts will share some of their personal blocks as well as their insights into certain Blind Spot archetypes and how a person can approach their blocks as more of a roadmap to their manifestations. Find the Complete Show Notes Here -> https://tobemagnetic.com/expanded-podcast In This Episode We Talk About:What is a block and how do we get to the root of it Why blocks, shadows, and blind spots can actually represent a roadmap for healing and manifestationWorking through subconscious negative thought loops and limiting beliefsChildhood blocks, abandonment wounds, and shadowsTips from Janelle on what to keep in mind as you work through the root of shame and shadowHow strong reactions and triggers may be pointing to a subconscious block or blind spotUnderstanding your own archetype when approaching blocks and blind spotsStepping through ego and status towards your authentic selfQuestion from the community on archetypes–Janelle, Lacy, and Jessica dive in! THEMES / TIME STAMPS:Why blocks are a pillar of the manifestation journey (00:10:20)Protection archetypes: The Dreamer, The Discerner, The Empathizer (00:34:30)Breaking down an archetype question from a community member (01:02:20) Resources: Our End of Year SALE is now Live! Lock in the lowest rates of the year and join the Pathway Membership. *For new or returning customers only.Share your Challenge Manifestation Testimonials for a chance to be featured on Expanded! Seed - code TBM for 30% off your first month's supply of Seed's DS-01® and PDS-08™% off your first month's supply with code TBMSeed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic (for adults ages 18+)Seed's PDS-08™Pediatric Daily Synbiotic - (for kids ages 3-17) Beekeeper's Naturals - 25% off your purchase with code TBMBeekeeper's Naturals Nasal Spray+Beekeepers Naturals Throat Spray Expanded x Ep. 197 - EXPLAINED Divorce and Relationships w. LMFT Janelle NelsonExpanded x Ep. 77: EXPLAINED A Deep Dive into ExpandersJoin the challenge here!Find an Accountability Group in your city!Find our Inner Child DI and other DIs mentioned in this episode inside our Daily Practice Library!Find all workshops and quizzes mentioned inside our Pathway Membership! Where To Find Us!@tobemagnetic (IG)@Lacyannephillips@Jessicaashleygill@tobemagnetic (youtube)@expandedpodcastOther ResourcesSubmit to Be a Process GuestText Us: +1-213-423-5226 - (texting is only for US, Canada, & Puerto Rico)Alexis Smart x TBM EXPANDED Flower RemedyTBM Manifestation Journal Free Offerings to Get You StartedLearn the Process! Expanded Podcast - How to Manifest Anything You Desire Get Expanded! The Motivation - Testimonial LibraryAre you in a Rut, Rockbottom, Next Level or Magic Dark? Take the Quiz
Hey there, beautiful souls! I am beyond thrilled to introduce our next amazing guest, Sarah Renee, a full-time medium and spiritual transformation coach. In this episode, Sarah shares her profound wisdom and insights gained from over 12 years of experience as a medium. Having conducted over 5,000 readings, she provides spiritual guidance and healing to countless individuals seeking connection and clarity. We discuss the importance of staying connected to our own truth and God in a world filled with noise and disconnection. And how each of us has a unique purpose and the power to bring light into the world through our everyday interactions. Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation that will leave you feeling inspired and connected. Visit www.sarahreneeinc.com to learn more about Sarah, sign up for her weekly energy updates, and schedule your own reading. Follow her on Instagram for daily inspiration and updates: https://www.instagram.com/sarahreneebrockman/ Please follow along with A Well + Nourished Soul podcast on your favorite listening platform and leave a rating and review of the show. If you want to dive even deeper, visit www.awellandnourishedsoul.com to join our private community. Schedule your Angel Message Session: https://www.awellandnourishedsoul.com/book-an-angel-session Come connect with me on Instagram @AshleyJGeorge. I love hearing from you!
In This Episode: Hacks Highlights - Are the Edmonton Oilers back for real? Notable improvements throughout the roster, including the penalty kill; but goaltending is still an issue... Ask The Hacks - Would you trade Brock Boeser for John Tavares? Hot & Not - What a season it has been for Trevor Moore; Erik Gustafsson thrived in Adam Fox's absence - will that continue? Clarity in the crease for Buffalo - and so much more!Wednesdays at 9 PM MST, Devon, Bruce, Tyler, and John will be LIVE on Edmonton's newest digital radio station - Edmonton Sports Talk! A special guest will be joining us each week to chat all things fantasy hockey in a 'hangout' or round table format.A regular rotation has been formed for the 2023-2024 season that will include special guests Jason Chen (The Hockey News), Victor Nuno (Elite Prospects/EP Rinkside, Dobber Prospect Report, Fantasy Hockey Life), Blake Creamer (Apples & Ginos), Nate-Groot Nibbelink (Apples & Ginos, Yahoo Fantasy Hockey), and Ian Gooding (Dobber Hockey).All episodes will be streamed at YouTube.com/HeavyHockey and posted to our podcast feed - so subscribe to your platform of choice.Send us your fantasy hockey mailbag questions! Reach out on Twitter, Instagram, or on our website. Also, if you enjoy our content, please consider leaving a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your podcast directory of choice - it really helps other listeners find us.Twitter - @FHHacks | Instagram - @FantasyHockeyHacks | Website - FantasyHockeyHacks.com
Have you ever wondered how your life would change if you consciously assessed and altered the influences shaping your decisions? Today hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros discuss the importance of evaluating influences, making conscious choices, and cultivating personal growth. By identifying and adjusting the positive, neutral, and negative inputs in our lives, we can align our actions with our values and aspirations, leading to better outcomes. Whether navigating away from toxicity or embracing positive change, the journey of personal growth requires continuous self-awareness and conscious decision-making.Links mentioned:Next Level Nation - https://www.facebook.com/groups/459320958216700To learn more about group coaching:Email
Why does it feel like clarity is so hard to find?In this episode, I get together with Clarity Coach and breathwork enthusiast, Jen Roth, as we share our experiences and passion for breathwork and how it helps others find clarity through our work as coaches.We talk about how breathwork and coaching pair together like peanut butter and jelly, exploring how this somatic practice has helped us to solidify our own purpose and believe in our capabilities. We touch on the topic of the current "certification craze" and how – while certifications can be valuable – they aren't always necessary to pass on your wisdom and practices to others. We also discuss the power of collaboration with likeminded souls who are also saying "yes!" to sharing their gifts.Finally, we navigate through the topics of joy, teaching, and the importance of finding embodied safety. Discover how breathwork can assist us in tapping back into our natural state of happiness and gratitude, and examine how imparting what we learn deepens our own understanding – when facilitated in a safe environment. Learn how the potent combination of breathwork and Clarity Coaching can pave the way for a safe space during breathwork. Don't miss out on this invigorating and enlightening conversation that celebrates our unique contributions to the wellness field, in encourages to make your own!Support the showJoin Jen's Awaken Your Brilliance Virtual Retreat happening on Friday, December 1Join Brilliant Breathwork before November 30 to become a Founding Member AND get a free ticket to the retreat ($197 value!) using code SPARKLE Other ways you can support: Share an episode and tag Jen on Instagram @untetheredjen Follow/subscribe to get updates of new episodes Leave a review! Connect with Jen JenLiss.com @untetheredjen Music created and produced by Matt Bollenbach
Today's guest is Spencer Hilligoss. Spencer Hilligoss is a passive investor who deployed 7-figures of his own capital into passive investments in the past 6 years. In 2019, Spencer retired from a 13-year tech career to fully focus on Madison Investing, his passive investing club. Show summary: In this podcast episode, Spencer shares his personal journey from working in technology companies to retiring in 2019 to focus on his passive investing club. He emphasizes the need for clarity and vigilance in investing, advising investors to thoroughly vet teams and operators before investing. Spencer also provides advice on how to communicate with and motivate investors during challenging times, using two investor profiles as examples. -------------------------------------------------------------- Intro (00:00:00) Spencer's background and retirement (00:01:26) Clarity and vigilance in passive investing (00:04:25) Twists and Turns in Investing Journey (00:14:05) Positioning for the Next 12 to 24 Months (00:16:10) Investing at the Wrong Time (00:19:19) Motivating Investors to Invest (00:20:06) Understanding Investor's Circumstances (00:20:41) Educating Towards Future State (00:21:16) -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Spencer: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shilligoss/ Web: www.madisoninvesting.com Connect with Sam: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HowtoscaleCRE/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samwilsonhowtoscalecre/ Email me → email@example.com SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A RATING. Listen to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Investing with Sam Wilson Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-scale-commercial-real-estate/id1539979234 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4m0NWYzSvznEIjRBFtCgEL?si=e10d8e039b99475f -------------------------------------------------------------- Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Spencer Hilligoss (00:00:00) - The goal setting process, like if there were to be. What is the most active part of being a passive investor? Because there are active parts. Right? And this is the misnomer. I think it is sitting down and just gut checking with the financials. What is your true north? Or I'll take out the platitude like what is your financial target you're aiming for? Just like if you're inside of a business, if you're going to use to work in the corporate world, anyone who's in a W2 world, if you manage a profit and loss, if you manage a financial plan, you got to go and sit there and say, hey, last year we thought the target like a win would be that dollar amount. Well, this year is looking a little different. So let's revise like what are where is our bearing here. Sam Wilson (00:00:44) - Welcome to the how to scale commercial real estate show. Whether you are an active or passive investor. We'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson (00:00:58) - Spencer. Helios is a passive investor who has deployed seven figures of his own capital into passive investments in the past six years. In 2019, he retired from a 13 year tech career to fully focus on Madison investing his passive investing club. If you don't know, Spencer also came back on the show. Gosh, what was that? Spencer episode 274 I think. So sometime early 2021. We've done about 600 episodes since the last time you were on the show, so it's a pleasure to have you back on the show today. Spencer Hilligoss (00:01:26) - Yeah. Wow, that's a fast two years. Sam. Thank you for having me back on. Absolutely. Sam Wilson (00:01:32) - The pleasure's mine, and it is a fast two years. Spencer, before we get into the heart of the show, though, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show. You have answered these previously, but we're going to have you answer them again in 90s or less. Can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now and how did you get there? Spencer Hilligoss (00:01:48) - Oh yeah man, there's still fun questions. Spencer Hilligoss (00:01:50) - Now I'm probably going to get a different lens on it though, as always, as life evolves. So where I am now actually, let's go back. I started growing up as a punk rock and metal kid playing in bands. My dad was a real estate broker for 30 years. I was working for him as a kid, which is why I ran screaming into technology companies. I live in Silicon Valley in the Bay area, California. I have, you know, grown up for 13 years professionally building and leading large operations and sales groups for fintech companies, financial tech companies. As you mentioned, Sam, I retired in 2019, five months before Covid, and that was not part of the plan, but I would say grateful now more than ever to be leading Madison Investing, which is our passive investing club, as you mentioned up front, where we help other folks walk the same path that we have. You know, I know that right before we hit record, I was sharing a quick story about highlight of the year so far. Spencer Hilligoss (00:02:45) - We just got back from spending six weeks in Portugal as a whole family, that type of thing, that type of lifestyle decoupling from a geography, taking our kids who are six and nine and Jennifer and I are both living and working abroad with that flexibility. That's what's enabled by passive investing done right. And of course, it's not always like turnkey. Across the the journey. There's a lot of twists and turns. You got to pull out your figurative machete and hack through the the forest, as it were, and find clarity along the way. But hopefully I didn't exceed my 90s on that one. Sam Wilson (00:03:17) - No, I think shoot, if you weren't, if you were, if you were over 90s, it was worth listening to. So I appreciate you giving us that. That recap yet again and again. If you didn't hear Spencer's first show, go back and check that one out, because I know we're going to cover some very different things. Maybe then what we covered there on that show. You know, I think one of the things and I'm not going to hopefully offend you here by saying this, but I feel like everyone has these grandiose ideas of what passive investing is. Sam Wilson (00:03:44) - So they're like, oh, man, you know, we're going to be a passive investor and we're going to just cash checks all day long, and it's going to be amazing. But I think the experience is wildly different. I certainly know it has been for me, as I look at all the different passive investments I have, I go, okay, you know, there's some there doing well, some that are doing but not doing well, and then there's some that are performing very poorly. And I look at that and I go, gosh, that's that's it's kind of painful in some respects to look across all of them go, not everything's doing great. What would you say a current investors outlook and kind of mood should be about passive investing right now, because it doesn't always necessarily translate into six weeks in Portugal. Spencer Hilligoss (00:04:25) - Oh my gosh, what a killer question to open with and for people listening. Sam didn't prep me for that question ahead of time. That's just a hell of a good question. Clarity and vigilance. Spencer Hilligoss (00:04:36) - You know, I think clarity, first and foremost, it comes down to goals. And everyone out there hopefully is starting from that point. As a quick refresher, Sam, clarity to me means sitting down 2016. I'm working full time, deep into my career and climbing that ladder, making great W-2 income. Jennifer Morimoto, who is my my spouse, my wife, and my co-founder and, you know, co-pilot in life, you know, mother of our kids across the board. We work together in life and work. And we sat down and took a whole weekend to literally sit down and say while working full time, both of us in separate careers, what is the dollar amount per month that we could that we need to hit? Full passive. To cover our needs. And that was a scary exercise, man. That was a scary exercise. And it's something that I think I don't go into lightly, because that weekend had tears that we can had reconciliation and had laughter, and we had to get a sitter to get the kids out of the house just to do it right. Spencer Hilligoss (00:05:37) - But that's where it started. We set that goal with a 15 year time horizon to remove all excuses. And so by clarity, what I mean is it sounds so clean and simple to say, I'm going to hit 8000 bucks in passive income, which I believe at that time was our monthly income, passive income target. And, you know, I'll qualify it by saying everyone has different expectations in life. Like, we don't want to we don't I don't need a jet. I'm a pretty simple dude. Like I got some guitars. I like plucking a guitar, but I don't need a boat and no judgments on those who want more. But that was our goal back then, and we hit that goal in the last about year and a half, two years ago, we hit that goal in full passive. And we're we're so proud of hitting that. That was hard. But we said 15 years on, the original goal came back shortly after that exercise in 2016 and said, well, that's just too long. Spencer Hilligoss (00:06:29) - You know, you and I were chatting about our kids right before we hit record today, Sam. And I'll say that like, we wanted to catch some of the magic years, as it were, spending time with our boys while they were still pretty young, and being able to have that type of lifestyle where we could spend more time. And that is what got that clarity for me. So thanks for listening to that context. I just think it's so key for people to sit there instead of saying, man, look at that great looking Facebook paid ad that presents this two x equity multiple, right on a killer looking deal, a beautiful marketing deck. And you're like, that's my ticket to financial freedom. Be like, slow down, get clear. Get clear on why you're looking at this thing. And then don't worry about asset class yet. Come back to it later. Those are the lessons I wish I could impart on myself earlier on. One other thing I'll say is like 2023 for sure has presented some challenges, right? And you hit it earlier. Spencer Hilligoss (00:07:19) - I'd say that things like understanding the basics of what is the purpose of this one investment, what's the goal for the money? Is it a growth play? If a person is working, like talk to one of our investors in our club who's actively investing with us, has for years, and he says, well, in 5 to 7 years I want to get X dollar amount. By fully passive, you know, 5 or 7 years out. And that's a very thoughtful, responsible goal for that investor. That's a cash flow investor who is making killer W-2 income at a day job, doesn't need it now, wants to have it later so they can still potentially afford to go and invest for growth. They don't need the cash flow now, but if that same investor puts a bunch of money, puts 100 K into a deal, and they have a pot distribution right now. And they're going to get great growth on the back end of that thing. But they don't have a distribution coming in now for a monthly income. Spencer Hilligoss (00:08:13) - That's a mismatch. So I'll take a pause there. But just wanted to kind of cover at least the vigilance on the clarity. Sam Wilson (00:08:18) - No I think that's great. I think that's really, really great. You touched on the term goal for the money, which I think is is a it's a powerful. It's a powerful idea because even though we have financial planners and we have people that lay out again all the, hey, you know, this is what you're going to have if you invest. And of course, we've all been through that drill with with our stockbrokers and everybody else where they show, you know, projected where it's going and what it's going to do. I think a lot of times we missed that same exercise. At least I have personally in my own and passive investments around the country in commercial real estate because it's like, oh, that's cool. Like you said, that's a cool deal, I like that. Why not? Let's throw 50 grand or 100 grand at it and see where it goes. Sam Wilson (00:08:59) - Like, this is going to be fun. But then you look at it and you're like, wait, did that actually line up with what I wanted to do in 5 or 7 years? Because that requires discipline and time. It requires those weekends that you're talking about going, okay, you know, getting a spreadsheet of everything, or maybe it's even more complex than that. But if everything where it's going, what you're expected, payouts are getting them. I mean, that's hard work. I've got a sheet like that. It's hard work. Comparing zero eight. We got a distribution this month. Did it line up with what was pro forma? Which of these are doing what they say they're going to do. And that's that's just it becomes its own kind of animal that. I don't know. Speak to us on that front if you can. Spencer Hilligoss (00:09:37) - Oh, man, I love this topic. I would say you're nailing it. And by the way, I'm so guilty of the same thing. You know, you see a great looking deal. Spencer Hilligoss (00:09:45) - Or maybe you just love the team, like, like, oh, I love that operator. They have such a tight operation. Their reporting is killer. Their financial reporting is transparent. They have experience. They've got repeatable process. They've got the exits, full cycle deals, all the works. Right. And I'm like, oh cool, let's drop money. And then I'm like, well, that wasn't so much of a cash flow play. I mean, it reminds me of the very first property we bought is a duplex sitting in 45 minutes from our house, where I'm sitting right now in Vallejo, California, and that thing costs 430 grand. And that's a California property for you. We bought it years ago, cost us six figures. It's down payment and a cash flow is $200 a month. That is not a cash flow win by any measure. That's a quick way to use the player capital, right? But I bring that up as one example of like where we started to where we are now. Spencer Hilligoss (00:10:35) - And I would say now actually we're going through a refresh of this very exercise. And it's related, I think, to what you brought up a moment ago, Sam, you know, the goal setting process, like if there were to be what is the most active part of being a passive investor? Because there are active parts, right? And this is the misnomer. I think it is sitting down and just gut checking with the financials. What is your true north? Or I'll take out the platitude like what is your financial target you're aiming for? Just like if you're inside of a business, if you're what I used to work in the corporate world, anyone who's in a W2 world, if you manage a profit and loss, if you manage a financial plan, you got to go and sit there and say, hey, last year we thought the target like a win would be that dollar amount. Well, this year is looking a little different. So let's revise like what are where is our bearing here. Spencer Hilligoss (00:11:28) - And so we're going through that now to say well you got to track it in a spreadsheet. You've got to sit down and say what's the monthly income expected from this. Are we up? Are we down. How much do we need? Are we off track? Do we need to reserve some capital because our family is going to face some some headwinds or maybe tailwinds. Maybe there's good news coming in. You know, just got some unexpected great news on, like, an exit from a deal that is like a mobile home park refinance that's coming in. And I was like, wow, that's the first, I think, capital event that's occurred in 2023 personally. So like that was that was quite unexpected, you know. So I'm like, woo, that's great to see. And we'll see a lot more of that hopefully between 20 and 24 but most likely 2025. So it's tracking and knowing where you're at on that figurative map and sitting down and saying, let's put some financial assumptions behind it, like, what are we going to get out of this deal? Exits, cash flow. Spencer Hilligoss (00:12:18) - What does take work? It takes some work, you know. Sam Wilson (00:12:22) - It does take work. And I think it takes work. And it also, like you said, figuring out, you know, what your true north is in this and then and then picking the right opportunities that kind of make up that matrix of deals that you should or should not be investing in. So I think that's just knowing just knowing what it is you're looking for. And again, not being guilty of following my footsteps and just going, oh that's cool. Like I love the sponsor. I love the deal. I mean, why shouldn't we do it? Like, because maybe it doesn't fit the plan. I was having a call with a with a. Friend slash business guy here in Memphis yesterday. And he goes, he goes, Sam. He goes. My answer should be to, you know, he goes, it's no. Because for these two reasons he goes, but yet I just can't help but talk to you about it because this is really fascinating. Sam Wilson (00:13:11) - So let's keep going. And I'm like, Bill, you know exactly what your answer should be. And I appreciated that. It was it was just a funny response. He's like, my answer should be no because I don't know anything about it and it doesn't fit my box, but I want to hear more like so anyway, we all. Spencer Hilligoss (00:13:27) - Do it. Sam Wilson (00:13:27) - We all do it, but we all do it. Yeah, we all do it. Not falling into that trap. So that's really cool. We've talked a little bit about defining temperament in our in our investments, being a tempered investor if you will, finding out goals for the money currently. Tell me tell me a little bit about this. Like what you said that there's two things. One, you said you've experienced some twists and turns in your investing journey. I think you said since 2019. So maybe if you can give us a couple examples of what those twists and turns are, and then tell us how you guys are positioning yourselves to really take advantage of the next 12 to 24 months. Spencer Hilligoss (00:14:05) - Yeah. Happy to. So. Twists and turns first. Abbreviated version. I can define this in three quick phases. This is not how it felt. Real time. Of course. Life has crazy chapters. You don't know where you're at on the map sometimes until you come out the other side of it, right? So phase one still working full time. This is back in about 2016. We bought that rental that pricey for 30 K rental. I just told you about California and we're like, wow, we're going to run out of money real quick this way. Not in line with our cash flow goals. We then got more comfortable to really took our time and looked at more rentals. Still didn't hadn't quite moved on beyond that rental phase. And rentals are fine. They're a great wealth builder, but. They are semi passive at best. Right and I will happy to debate anyone on that topic. Anyone who's owned rentals can attest to that, property manager or not. They're semi passive. So we got up to five long distance rentals and they were out in Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri and 60 K average purchase price 250 bucks a month. Spencer Hilligoss (00:15:08) - Average cash flow. That's a heck of a lot better economics than the first one. Those were maybe, at best, C-minus neighborhood. Um, you don't really learn what that means till you do it. Sam Wilson (00:15:21) - Right? Spencer Hilligoss (00:15:22) - And, you know, you get you get it. So we learned that way in terms of overhead, you know. That was more work than we expected it to be. Even with property managers, the economics got a little bit kicked every year because the tenants would beat up the place a little bit, and then we had turnover costs, etcetera. So we sold those properties, and then eventually we started investing as passive investors purely as LPs and some multifamily deals. And we're talking in Alabama and in Texas and a few other great markets, eventually multifamily self-storage. And those twists and turns initially, I would say were super important. You know, like a little expensive. You pay tuition with experience and scars. You also pay it with physical capital. And I would just say that those those were not, in hindsight, ideal if you're trying to maximize return, but they were necessary for us to get to where we are now. Spencer Hilligoss (00:16:10) - And so I look at those also, once we started investing as LPs, got some killer exits from those. This is around the 2018, 20, 2019. And then we're like, well. There's so many colleagues and so many folks in my network that were saying, Spencer, like, we don't want to fly out to these properties like, you're, you know, this stuff. They're saying this to me like, you know, this stuff, you're flying out of these assets, you're walking them. You want you know, how to underwrite them. All this stuff. And I'd work so hard to get there to do that. Why don't you? What? You help us, you know? And so then we started medicine investing around that time. And it's just the club dynamic of being an educator and a resource for folks to see who who are these teams we invest in. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's always clear. It doesn't mean it's always easy. You know, like like taking the time to get to know partners and operators is it is art and science. Spencer Hilligoss (00:17:05) - You know, it's, you know, vetting teams and humans is always going to be that way. And so I would say those were some of the whiz bang version of like the twists and turns along the way that brought us to where we are now. Um, I'd say that looking forward to your second question, though, right now is a unique time. You know, I think before this journey over the past seven years, you know, coming out of a tech career, Sam, like, I wouldn't have known how to take in the feedback and the mentorship that we hear, the wisdom that we hear when it comes to when's a great time to invest? Like when do the wealthy people, the wealthiest of the wealthy, the Warren Buffett's like, when do they make the biggest returns? When do they maximize their wealth building? And I wouldn't have understood. Like, you got to go out there and take informed risks during challenging volatility times, during economic headwind times. And that is why right now we're walking into a killer buying opportunity. Spencer Hilligoss (00:18:02) - We're walking into a killer investing landscape. And it's it's the tough part for every investor is to look through the noise. There's a ton of very real noise occurring right now in the headlines, of course, globally and nationally. But I would say take what you need from the news, but then look past. It has best you can, you know. And so we see opportunities to buy and invest at the asset classes that we love. Multifamily large apartment communities largely in the Sunbelt. With some of the Rockies still love self-storage. We've been focusing on self-storage now since 2019 as a sister asset class, along with multifamily and a couple of other niche non-real estate asset classes. But I would say that that's really what it's about is just being vigilant about not pouncing on a deal is because it looks like it's great from a team that we know you got to go do it deeper. And clearly I have to say this as well. One last thing is just like the interest rate has to be the debt, the loan, the loan structure has to make sense in the current climate. Spencer Hilligoss (00:19:04) - It has to be either in a suitable loan. You know, there's a lot of that going on on the few deals there are, or it has to be some kind of unique situation where the seller is distressed and you're getting a very significant discount, but tough to find those. Sam Wilson (00:19:19) - It really is. But those are those are things. And I like your, your you seem to be a more patient investor maybe than what some of the, some of the, you know, fury that's been out there in the last couple of years, you seem to take more time in what it is that you're investing in. And I think you're right here in the next couple of years, we're going to see we're going to see some great opportunities come down the pipe. But I guess here's a question for you. Most investors, the book, Howard Marks wrote the book, Mastering the Market Cycle. And in that he basically says that historically, investors invest at the completely wrong time. Like if you just take the data and you overlay it with the economic profile, he goes, they're always investing at the top and selling at the bottom. Sam Wilson (00:20:06) - He goes just right the way they do it. So how do you in the times of how do you I mean, I'll get to my question, but how do you communicate to your investors and then motivate them to invest at the times when it's like when everybody else is out yelling, run! You know, there's blood on the street, everybody's going to die and you're going to go, hey, man, you know, actually, right now is the perfect time to buy this distressed asset. You communicate that in such a way that it then compels your investors to invest. Spencer Hilligoss (00:20:41) - Yeah. Gosh, that's a fun topic, man. I love the reference for the Marx book. I think understanding the posture as like as a passive investor myself, you know, as a passive investor yourself as well, it comes down to understanding fundamentally that like motivation to invest in motivation to act is is probably the incorrect way to look at it. It's really like, does a person understand squarely where they are? If you're trying to educate like they understand, this is probably going to lead back to a goals comment. Spencer Hilligoss (00:21:16) - But I would say that it starts with just holding up the figurative mirror and saying, here's where I'm at. You know, here's an investor's circumstances. And if they are comfortable where they are, you're really not going be able to prompt action and you don't want to. I'm not interested in trying to compel someone to go and invest in something that is not fit for their portfolio or fit for their their goals. I think really what it comes down to is helping them understand the future state, understanding the future state. What I mean by that is where is the life they want to be, right? Like in three years, five years, seven years, whatever that time horizon could be. And if that means, you know, let's take two profiles. I'll just keep them anonymous and kind of abstracted here. But like profile one most common one, I would say a fellow investors that we work and invest alongside with W-2 employees, at least one significant W-2 income coming into the household likely to if they're in California. Spencer Hilligoss (00:22:10) - Absolutely to because it's just too expensive here to have one usually. So they're sitting there going, I don't necessarily need to quit my job right now. That profile of dual income with kids, California or West Coast pricing market, they're thinking in maybe five, seven, maybe ten years. Then we want to have some optionality, because perhaps they're aging out of the tech career because ageism is a thing, and eventually they want to have some kind of safety net. So they have to think about these goals. And so educating toward that future state absolutely is the most important thing. And then connecting the dots backwards from that, like reverse engineering where do they want to be. Similarly, it's going to sound familiar, probably to where Jennifer and I were at, you know, years ago. It's like where we where were we when we started holding up that figurative mirror? Looking across, auditing our income sources, auditing our wealth, picture all that stuff, and then setting a real clear, crystal clear vision of like, well, where do we want to be? You know, what kind of lifestyle do we want to have? What kind of options do we want to have? That all applies for people who are working, and they have to work currently for their income profile. Spencer Hilligoss (00:23:17) - Two high net worth folks, folks who, you know, maybe they exited a business that they built. Maybe they own a company actively, but they're taking more of a backseat while the next generation takes it over. You know, all that profile of so many different high net worth folks out there. But I would say that is more of a discussion of hedging downside risk in a discussion of capital preservation and understanding, like, yeah, I absolutely agree. It's a unique time when you're looking over there at the treasuries and you're saying, wow, that looks like a super safe 5%. Well, what percentage of their portfolio are they trying to allocate toward that? And also, is it really 5% that they want or are they looking at that 5% a little bit too myopically. Are they are they overanalyzing and just using that as their, their, their Uber excuse for analysis paralysis because they just don't want to go and do the mental work across the market right now to think, oh, there are excellent deals that can produce double, triple plus whatever you're getting on a treasury, you know. Spencer Hilligoss (00:24:17) - So not getting probably getting a little too nerdy here probably for that one Sam. But that's a fun question. Sam Wilson (00:24:22) - That's awesome Spencer, thank you for taking the time to break. Break that down. And a like I like the the the the phrase you said educating to that future state. And again I probably misused the words not motivate or compel. But it's one of those things. How do you get people off the fence. Yeah. Sam Wilson (00:24:37) - Yeah yeah. Sam Wilson (00:24:38) - And it's and it's and that's because again, we don't want people investing. And I've told people that I've told people before I said, no, this just isn't for you like this. This deal is not for you. So please don't invest. Yeah. You can just sense it. But, you know, I do think it is important, though, to see people when they're stuck in that analysis paralysis going, oh my gosh. Like I'm just going to sit here because everything looks so scary. And I think you've you've made some really valid points there on that that I won't rehash and kill it because you did. Sam Wilson (00:25:04) - You did a great job really explaining that. So thank you again for taking the time here to come back on the show today. It's been an absolute pleasure to have you back on. If our listeners want to get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? Spencer Hilligoss (00:25:17) - Yeah. No thank you, Sam, this has been awesome to reconnect. So Madison Investing.com, that's our website and folks can find some educational content there. We put up there monthly. They can also set up time to chat with me. Happy to be a sounding board on their passive investing strategy. Sam Wilson (00:25:31) - Fantastic. Madison Investing.com. We'll put that there in the show, notes. Spencer. Thank you again for taking the time to come on the show today. Sam Wilson (00:25:38) - I do appreciate it. Spencer Hilligoss (00:25:39) - Yeah. Thank you Sam, really great to see you. Sam Wilson (00:25:41) - Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. If you can do me a. Sam Wilson (00:25:46) - Favor. Sam Wilson (00:25:46) - And subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen. Sam Wilson (00:25:54) - If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
If you're hiding Amazon boxes from your significant other before you try to start skipping the daily latte, here are five things you need to know.Resources Mentioned:Full Show Notes: https://aimeecerka.com/114Instagram: https://instagram.com/aimeecerka/Work with Aimee: https://workwithaimee.comWondering What's Next?14 Day Money Mastery Action Plan - https://aimeecerka.com/action/https://aimeecerka.com
In product, it's easy to lock in on a user-focused or customer-centric mindset. Not necessarily a bad thing, but it can be if we lose sight of the bigger picture. As product managers, we have a business to run. We have team members to grow and develop. We're responsible for broader financial metrics. Shelly Kalish … The post 124 / Mastering Product Management: ‘Zooming Out' for Strategic Clarity, with Shelly Kalish appeared first on ITX Corp..
In this episode, Dale and Eric discuss the Gallup 2023 workplace report on employee engagement. They highlight the concerning statistics that show a majority of employees are angry, stressed, and disengaged. They emphasize the importance of clarity in leadership and the need for recognition, approachable leadership, clear goals, and strong guidance. By addressing these areas, leaders can create a more engaged and productive workforce.TakeawaysEmployee engagement is a critical issue in the workplace, with the majority of employees being angry, stressed, and disengaged.Leaders need to provide clarity in their communication and set clear goals to engage their team members.Recognition and approachable leadership are essential for creating a positive work environment.Strong guidance and clear expectations help employees understand their role and contribute to the organization's success.Chapters00:00Introduction00:36Employee Engagement Statistics03:32The Importance of Clarity in Leadership08:50Recognition and Approachable Leadership14:41Clear Goals and Strong Guidance23:55Conclusion
Episode 158: Unleashing Self-Discovery and Sobriety with Cait MadryIn episode 158 of the Sober Vibes podcast, Courtney Andersen welcomes Cait Madry to the show, and they discuss self-discovery and ways to make for a happier hour. Unleashing the shackles of alcohol can lead to intriguing self-discoveries. Courtney and Cait share their personal experiences with quitting alcohol and how it has sculpted their lives and relationships. For one of them, alcohol had a significant role in past relationships, and sobriety led to profound realizations about her sexuality. We ponder on alcohol being a crutch and how it can often stifle personal growth. Cait Madry is an actress, creator, and modern sobriety tastemaker.What you will learn in this episode:Cait's story Clarity in Sobriety Happier Hours Alcohol is a crutchSHOP ALL MERCHANDISESOBER VIBES JOURNALThank you for listening, and we hope this episode helps.Reviews help the show. Please rate, Review, and Subscribe to the Sober Vibes Podcast.Thank you to our Sponsor.You receive 20% off your order with EXACT NATURE as a show listener. Make sure to check them out and support the show. EXACT NATURE: click here to shop and save 20% off with code "SV20." Free shipping on all orders! Please listen to episode 129 with Thomas White to learn more about CBD.To Connect with Cait:ClearheadedInstagramTo Connect with Courtney:Grab my BOOKFollow Sober Vibes on InstagramApply for 1:1 Coaching with CourtneyJoin the Sobriety Circle CommunityEnroll in Next Level Sober Support Self-Guided ProgramJoin the women-only Sober Vibes Facebook groupGrab your Free 30-Day Sober Not Boring CalendarGrab your Free Sober Routine ChecklistFree Mocktail MenuSupport the show
From immune support, to cancer, to supporting cognitive function, medicinal herbs and mushrooms for dogs and pets can provide holistic support and naturally enhance your furry friend's vitality and overall wellness. In this episode of Your Natural Dog with Angela Ardolino, we're joined by Lee Carroll, medical herbalist, innovator, and educator with 30 years' experience at the forefront of the herbal industry. Together, they delve into the profound realm of medicinal herbs and mushrooms, uncovering the extensive benefits these natural wonders offer for your dog's well-being. Lee and Angela share their own favorite herbs and mushrooms, unravel the distinctions between dried and extracted forms, and guide pet parents on when to opt for each. They also delve into the fascinating realm of nootropic mushrooms for dogs, spotlighting their role in supporting brain health and boosting cognitive functions in our beloved pets. Episode Recap: Medical Herbalist Echinacea for dogs & the endocannabinoid system Medicinal mushrooms for the immune system Holy Basil for dogs Mushrooms are a functional food & medicine Nootropics for dogs MycoDog's Clarity for CCD, sundowners, dementia in dogs Lion's Mane mushrooms for the brain Mushroom polysaccharides Dried herbs vs herbal extracts Mushroom extracts plus consuming mushrooms Cannabis for dogs Mastering Medicinal Mushrooms course Use code RADIO for 15% off your first order at https://cbddoghealth.com/Use code MYCO10 for 10% off your order of https://mycodog.com/Episode Resources: Lee Carroll Herbalist Lee Carroll's Herba Meditari Have questions for Lee? Email Lee@herbameditari.com.au Follow Lee Carroll on Instagram and Facebook MycoDog Clarity for Dogs for CCD, Nervous System, Mental & Emotional Support Have a question about your pet that you want answered on the podcast? Email us at Carter@yournaturaldog.com Angela Ardolino CBD Dog Health Note: Like all discount codes, they don't last furever!Follow Your Natural Dog on Facebook and Instagram and if you want to see what Angie (our founder) is up to, follow her on Facebook
Ben Kirk shares how he fell into accountability coaching and the importance of this coaching style, emphasizing the need to ask tough questions and hold people accountable for their actions. Apart from accountability, Kirk's superpower is clarity - the ability to uncover the rationales behind people's actions by asking questions. He advocates forming healthy habits and routines. Moreover, the episode also highlights Kirk's eclectic background, his views on the importance of sleep, and how taking on too much may lead to decreased productivity.
As I prepare to hit 100 episodes of Shift Work, I've found myself reflecting on an ancient Chinese proverb that explores the concept of initiating change. Why is it that so many people don't achieve all they set out to accomplish? I certainly want more for you! Today I'm sharing five transformative rules that have not only fueled my development as a leader and entrepreneur but have also influenced my fitness journey, my relationships, and wealth creation. I invite you to engage, reflect, and share your insights on these guiding principles, and remember that the time for personal growth and actions is always now. In this episode, I talk about…..Overcoming perceived barriers to success. Clarity through action. Learning from “falling” and setting ambitious goals.The power of individualized playbooks.The importance of experimenting wisely. This episode is full of tools and strategies to maximize your profit, grow your business, and reclaim your freedom! Take a listen!Please take the time to leave a review so we can build our community of high growth entrepreneurs. If you'd like to connect with me, go to www.lukelayman.com orConnect with me on InstagramConnect with me on FacebookConnect with me on LinkedIn
Have you felt the pinch in business this year? In this episode, I discuss navigating the challenging landscape of 2023, especially as we gear up for the holiday season and the approach to the new year. Gaining clarity in your business can lead to developing new strategies and adapting while addressing revenue gaps. Recognizing discomfort can often signify a need for change and it can be an ideal time to look at new revenue-generating strategies. With clarity, fine-tuning your offers is key so that you can have a positive impact on revenue in 2024. Clarity includes clearly communicating the benefits, transformation, and the why behind the offers. Sometimes the issue may not be the offer itself, but in how it is communicated or shared. Finding clarity brings peace and confidence, and is the starting point for creating the strategy in 2024. In this episode, I discuss: The impact of the current state on business flow Coping with uncertainty Strategies for business growth Finding peace through clarity Work with Maura! Introducing VIP “Do. The. Things.” Days! The hardest part of doing anything… Is getting started. Do you have a laundry list of marketing stuff you want to do but don't know where or how to start? Do you have loads of questions and ideas but need someone with the expertise, experience, and empathy to help you get the strategy and action items in place - and maybe check a few off your list? Work with Maura for one day, and you'll identify, prioritize, and DO the things to get you moving. Need more than a day? Private coaching & mentorship is now open! Work with Maura to take your business (and life) to the next level! The support, mentorship, and transformation that happens inside this 1:1 container is unlike any other. It's time to invest the time this fall in wrapping up Q4 strong, and setting yourself and your business up for success and joy in 2024! Need more inspirational guidance on how to make your passion a reality? Follow Maura on Facebook and Instagram. Maura shares strategic analysis, creative development, implementation, growth, and management. Maura wants to hear from you and why you are here! Send her an email and share who you are and what your passion is.
This episode is all about sustainable profitability and how having a plan allows you to pay yourself well, life-proof your business, and affords you more freedom overall. Join me and guest, Belinda Rosenblum as we discuss how to: - Get out of reactive decision-making - Avoid burnout and ease the rollercoaster of online business - Plan for next year and more! Get clear on what you want and build your business out of intention. Sustainable growth and profitability are yours for the taking. Start by listening to this episode. Tools/Links Mentioned... Pay Yourself Calculator: https://ownyourmoney.isrefer.com/go/calculator/caryngillen/ Profit Planning Workshop: https://ownyourmoney.isrefer.com/go/profitworkshop/caryngillen/ Cash Flow CEO Accelerator Program: https://ownyourmoney.isrefer.com/go/cfceoapply/caryngillen/ Self-Worth To Net Worth: https://ownyourmoney.isrefer.com/go/book/caryngillen/ ----- ** If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to hit that subscribe button, like, and/or leave a comment. I appreciate each and every one! ** ----- Meet Belinda Rosenblum, CPA and Profit Strategist of OWN YOUR MONEY. She helps female entrepreneurs escape reactive bank balance decision-making and instead manage and plan their business money so they take control of their profits and scale past the income ceiling holding them back. Inside her signature Cash Flow CEO Accelerator program, she helps female coaches scale beyond six figures and finally enjoy the freedom they started their business for in the first place, especially so they don't have to keep choosing work over family time. She believes it's time women feel worthy and safe with money -- AND consistently take home the money they want each month. Belinda is also the co-author of Self-Worth To Net Worth: 12 Keys To Creating Wealth Inside And Out, became a self-made millionaire at 33, and has helped her clients and students make or save well over $5,000,000. If she's not inspiring you to be your best self, Belinda is likely cycling around town or outside playing with her Ironman-training husband, college-graduated stepdaughter, and 2 spirited young kids. ----- To learn more about me, Caryn Gillen, and the work that I do with high-integrity coaches and remarkable humans… Sign up for my weekly newsletter, The Playbook: https://caryngillen.activehosted.com/f/25 Connect with me on social: I'm @caryngillen in all the places Get FREE coaching by taking my 30 Days of Powerful Questions journey: https://caryngillen.com/ (30-Days to Clarity box) If you think I'm the coach for you, you're probably right! Message me to connect and we can figure out together where you fit.
In this episode, host Travis Goodman sits down with special guest Will Schneider to delve into the world of mindfulness, men, and masculinity. Will Schneider, a recognized figure in the New York City Yoga World, shares his personal journey of self-discovery and the transformative power of mindfulness in his life. Together, Travis and Will explore the challenges men face in embracing mindfulness, the importance of finding calm and clarity, and the impact of surrounding oneself with a supportive community. Here are three key takeaways from our engaging conversation:1. Embracing Calmness and Clarity: Will Schneider emphasized the significance of finding calmness and connecting with our breath to achieve clarity and be more connected to ourselves. By practicing mindfulness and breath work, individuals can achieve a state of calm, which positively impacts their mental well-being.2. Overcoming Traditional Masculinity Barriers: We delved into the challenge of encouraging men to embrace mindfulness, discussing how societal expectations of masculinity can create barriers. However, our conversation highlighted that, when engaged, men can experience profound personal growth and improve their relationships and overall well-being.3. Mindful Practices for Personal and Professional Growth: Will Schneider shared essential insights on incorporating mindfulness into various aspects of life, from relationships to the professional sphere. By sharing his journey and experiences, he emphasized how mindfulness enhances masculinity, improves connections, and makes life easier overall.Join us as we uncover the profound benefits of mindfulness and the path to self-improvement in this enlightening conversation.WATCH ON YOUTUBE:WATCH IT HERE: CLICK HERESUPPORT THE SHOW:CLICK HERE: BuyMeACoffee/Therapy4DadsJOIN the MAILING LIST & GET INVOLVED!CLICK HERE: MAILING LISTConnect and Support Will:LinkedIn: Mindfulness LeaderIG: willnotfearWeb: https://willnotfear.com/POD: https://mentalkingmindfulness.com/Connect and Support Travis:YouTube: Travis GoodmanInstagram: @Therapy4DadsCheck out the Website: Therapy4Dads.com
On Today's podcast episode I talk to April Bragg, a Clarity and Relationship Coach and Host of Bragg About Life Podcast, about transforming our life by transforming our thoughts and patterns. She shares how she helps working women Create a Home that Takes Care of Itself and why it starts with doing the inner work in our minds and becoming more self-aware.A few of the things we cover:Is your thought serving you or helpful?Asking questions like- what options do I have?, What else can I see here or learn?, How else can I approach this?Working to develop deeper emotional maturityHow to capture your thoughts, put it through a new lens and learn to process itWhat are you holding on to or stories do you have on repeat about yourself and others?Connect with April at AprilBraggCoaching.comCheck out her podcast here.Ignite Your Passion, Simplify Your Life and Deepen Your Faith, Master Your Mindset Are you trying to design a life you love but get stuck in the what-ifs, and expectations and obligations in your life? Welcome to Building a Life You Love, a podcast dedicated to helping you step into a life where your passion blooms from within, your faith deepens and simplicity becomes your favorite synonym for everyday life. What is holding you back from designing a life you love. It's time to give yourself permission to step into a future that nourishes, renews, and supports you and What God Has for You.Each week we'll dive into creating positive habits, stepping out of your comfort zone, making space for meaningful relationships and deepening your faith.I share practical tips, uplifting guest conversations and expert guidance you can use.We will focus on:- Simplifying Our Lives- Slowing Down Our Pace- Rediscovering Our Passion, Creativity & Curiosity- Stepping into New Possibilities at Any Age-Igniting Our Faith Fueled Dreams- Cultivating Healthy Physical, Mental and Spiritual Practices- Overcoming Fears and Limiting Beliefs- Makeovers: Learning to Be Present, Calmer and Grateful- Cultivating and Nurturing Our Friendships and MarriagesThis is Your Life. Your One Life. How Will You Choose to Live It? I choose to celebrate those among us who stepped off the path of expectation and into a life that feels good on the inside and outside. If you are looking for a place to help you live a more joyful, peaceful life and to step into more ease and calm in your day you've come to the right place
Find show notes here: http://www.merrittonsa.com/podcast/294 How can we learn to surrender our dreams and trust God for the outcome? As dreamers, it's easy to fall into the trap of wanting our dreams to go our way. We have an idea of what it might look like. We've grown cautiously excited about the possibilities. We talk about surrendering the dream and its outcome to God. During our quiet time, we even tell Him that we trust Him. And then, when we start to take action, something shifts. There's a challenge we didn't anticipate, or an opportunity we're terrified to say ‘yes' to, or a mentor suggesting a next step we couldn't possibly take. All of a sudden, we realize how tightly we've been holding on to something that's not even really ours to grip. In this week's solo episode, we explore: the pitfalls of holding tightly to a specific vision for your dream, how to start listening for God's voice and guidance on the journey, and embracing surrender by letting go of control and trusting God's plan. If you're ready to step boldly into God's path for your dream, hit play and join me on this empowering journey. COMING UP! Mark your calendar and RSVP for my free Devoted Dreamers Workshop on December 4, 2023, at 9am PT / Noon Eastern. During the workshop, we'll dive deeper into how you can establish a strong foundation for pursuing your God-shaped dream. You'll build a supportive community to encourage you on your journey, begin refining the way you talk about your dream, and learn how to move from feeling stuck into meaningful action. Click here to RSVP: https://www.merrittonsa.com/workshop Are you ready? Let's go! RSVP for the Devoted Dreamers Workshop on Dec. 4th: https://www.merrittonsa.com/workshop NEXT STEPS: Connect with Merritt: Website || Instagram || Let's Talk Get Connected with the Facebook Community Support the Podcast Leave a Review: Apple Podcasts/iTunes Subscribe: on Apple Podcasts * on Android
In this episode, I chat about... my favorite way to get my MIND together so I can elevate to my next level why we always need to shift, expand and level up what to do when life throws tough things at you Get inside the Manifestation Queen Membership here. Book a CLARITY coaching session here Download my FREE Manifestation Mindset Makeover workbook here
Have you ever caught yourself in a comparison cycle, wondering why you constantly measure yourself against others or your past selves? In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about the relationship between comparison and self-worth, shedding light on how our comparative behavior can either enhance or erode our perception of our value. Intentional and accurate comparisons can lead to personal growth and a more robust perception of our value and potential.Links mentioned:Next Level Nation - https://www.facebook.com/groups/459320958216700Next Level Hope Foundation- https://www.gofundme.com/f/next-level-hope-foundation-2023-holiday-event______________________Website
Today I'm chatting with Kelli Thompson – a leadership coach, author and speaker with a passion for helping Women advance to the rooms where decisions are made. Kelli has coached and trained hundreds of women to trust themselves, lead with more confidence and create a career they love. She is the founder of the Clarity & Confidence Women's Leadership Program, and a Stevie Award winner for Women in Business—Coach of the Year. She is the author of the critically acclaimed book, Closing The Confidence Gap: Boost Your Peace, Your Potential & Your Paycheck. Find More from Kelli: Website: https://www.kelliraethompson.com/ Book: Closing the Confidence Gap Social Media: IG: https://www.instagram.com/kelliraethompson/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelliraethompson/
There's been a lot of newness in my business and life lately, so I want to anchor in with those of you who've been with me for a while (some of you, a decade!) and to add some BTS to all of you coming into this little corner of the universe. First up: THANK YOU. I don't take one click or sign up or listen for granted. Honestly I'm always amazed when people show up to things. Gigs, classes, I just feel really honored and useful. And having 4 planets in Virgo, UTILITY is a very big deal for me. Next: I thought that I'd do an episode about something short n' sweet and tending to the deep. Me.
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In this episode of Millenial Dentist, Dr. T Bone, Dr. Sully, and Dr. Craig Spodak engage in a dynamic discussion on the multifaceted aspects of dentistry, entrepreneurship, and personal fulfillment. Driven by a passion for building organizations that transcend profit centers, the trio explores the profound impact of creating a supportive dental culture. They talk into the critical diagnostic skills required for associates in growing dental models, emphasizing the unique challenges faced and the path to effective communication and optimal dentistry. The conversation also navigates the complexities of predicting the dental landscape over the next five to ten years, urging practitioners to approach their journey with intentionality and strategic vision. Finally, the episode explores the evolving dynamics of work-life balance, shedding light on the changing energy and comfort levels as dentists progress through their careers. @5:42 Recognizing the Cost of team to reach Success @11:05 It's impossible to Scale Efficiency @20:40 Be an observer of your Character to build Leadership Ability @30:58 There are other Kinds of Dentist @36:44 TBone: Teaching the Positive Mindset of Being a Great Dentist @40:38 Importance of Learning the Percentages Who is Dr. Sully Sullivan? Dr. Sully is a fourth-generation dentist from Nashville, Tn. After receiving his doctorate of dental surgery from the University of Tennessee, he moved back to Nashville to practice with his father. By continuing to invest in his education through adult orthodontics, soft tissue grafting, dental implants, third molar extractions, and obstructive sleep apnea, he helped double his practice in just 24 months. As a millennial, he truly believes in working smarter not harder, which has led him to utilize technology to not only deliver better patient care but more efficient care. Dr. Sullivan regularly uses CEREC, 3D imaging with Galileos, 3D printing, and multiple lasers. In addition to his practice, he started the Millennial Dentist Podcast in February of 2017 to help push his fellow colleagues to take their dental careers to the next level. Dr. Sully lectures around the country on cone beam technology, cad/cam dentistry, obstructive sleep apnea, and practice management. He is also an ambassador for the 3D-Dentist teaching facility in Raleigh, NC. As always, thanks so much for listening! If you like the show, we would love for you to review the show on Apple Podcasts as well as spread the word! If you have any questions or want to get in touch, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Links and Resources Richard Sullivan, DDS Partner, Sullivan Dental Partners Co-host/Founder of the Millennial Dentist Podcast http://www.millennialdentist.com www.drsullysullivan.com c. (615)574-8208 w. (615)373-1012 Visit Us On Social Media MillennialDentist@gmail.com The Millennial Dentist Website: http://millennialdentist.com/ Millennial Dentist Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MillennialDentist Millennial Dentist Twitter: https://twitter.com/millennialdds Millennial Dentist Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/millennialdentist/ Dr. Peyman Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drpeyray/ Dr. Sully's Website & Blog: http://www.drsullysullivan.com
Today is a quick solo episode where I talk about being more authentically you to attract more clients. I talk about:What not to focus on in your businessWhy focusing on being more authentic will attract dream clientsWhat some of the biggest reasons are that encourage people to buyHow to build trust with your audienceHow to embrace imperfectionsConnect with Jennifer, Your Business Therapist, to get more Clarity & Confidence in your Biz!Website: www.jenniferjakobsenlifecoaching.comInstagram: @jjakobsenlifecoachSchedule a Free Clarity Session to see if Jennifer can help you: https://bit.ly/JJfree30Join my weekly Coffee Chat every Thursday at 12pm PST by signing up for free HERE.
Dolores Hirschmann is an internationally recognized strategist, speaker, and founder of Masters in Clarity, a strategy and business coaching company that helps service professionals grow their businesses. Dolores partnered with Pete Vargas in 2020 to launch the first Stage Agency Company growing to 8+ figures within two years and serving hundreds of clients. As a former TEDx organizer, Dolores understands how to help experts, authors, consultants, coaches, and other service business owners position themselves as thought leaders and scale their businesses. At Masters in Clarity, Dolores offers fractional CMO services to those businesses looking to grow past the 7 figure milestone. Join our conversation with Dolores Hirschmann as she shares how she helps entrepreneurs clarify their messaging, vision, and the strategies required to grow their brands. Dolores shares… ● The Importance of Authenticity and Personal Clarity ● The Role of Vision in Entrepreneurial Success ● The Importance of Commitment in Entrepreneurship ● The Seven-step process to communicate one's vision effectively. ● And so much more! Find Dolores on: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhirschmann Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Mastersinclarity/ Website - https://mastersinclarity.com/ Free Resource: https://we.mastersinclarity.com/free Help us reach new listeners by leaving us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! It takes less than 30 seconds and really helps our show grow, which allows us to bring on even better guests for you! Thank you in advance! ----------------------------------------------------------------- Watch, Enjoy & Like! Agostino ✅ DON'T DELAY! SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ✅ https://www.youtube.com/bulletproofcashflow
In a world where we are quick to donate to charities but often hesitant to invest in ourselves, it's essential to uncover the importance of balancing generosity with self-investment. In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about the need to align personal goals with values and highlight the role of growth in achieving these goals. They caution against blindly pursuing someone else's version of success, stressing the need to comprehend the full scope of responsibilities and challenges that come with it before embarking on the journey.Links mentioned:Next Level Nation - https://www.facebook.com/groups/459320958216700 Next Level Hope Foundation- https://www.gofundme.com/f/next-level-hope-foundation-2023-holiday-event ______________________Website
The LAW of CLARITY - Every Leader MUST know-Grab my FREE Leader's Toolkit to help you supercharge your life and career in 7 steps - jjlaughlin.com/toolkit-Join the waitlist to be at my High Performance Leadership Event here - https://www.jjlaughlin.com/leadershipnewzealand If you would like to help James continue to bring on world-class guests and create epic videos, please SUBSCRIBE to this channel. The more support we get, the more content we are able to put up for you to enjoy. Thank you for your support. It is greatly appreciated.With much gratitude.#leadership #highperformance #clarity #vision Support the show
In this episode, we (my lovely wife Aimi and I) dive into the invaluable insights I've gained from the most inspiring leaders I've had the privilege to work under. These lessons aren't just theories; they're tried-and-true practices that have propelled teams and organizations to success. Belief in Others Every great boss I've known had an unwavering belief in their team. They saw potential where others didn't and invested in their people's growth. This belief wasn't just motivational; it translated into real trust and empowerment.Focus Focus is the compass that guides a leader through distractions and challenges. The best bosses demonstrate an extraordinary ability to concentrate on what truly matters, setting a clear path for their teams to follow. Communicating a Powerful Vision A compelling vision can move mountains. The leaders who left a lasting impact on me were those who communicated their vision with passion and clarity, making every team member feel a part of something bigger.Team Unity Unity is strength, and you're only as good as your team. Exceptional leaders foster a sense of belonging and collaboration, creating an environment where every voice is heard and valued, and where teamwork is the cornerstone of success.Clarity of Purpose Knowing the 'why' behind the 'what' is crucial. The most effective bosses articulate a clear purpose, aligning their team's efforts with the broader goals of the organization.Strategy Strategy is the roadmap to success. The best leaders I've worked with had a knack for developing and adapting strategies that were not only brilliant but also achievable, bridging the gap between vision and execution.Resilience Finally, resilience. The ability to weather storms and emerge stronger is a hallmark of great leadership. Resilience takes grit and perseverance. But it also takes compassion with yourself and others, patience and the ability to create an environment that allows for renewal, just as it does engagement. These bosses showed me that perseverance in the face of adversity isn't just about surviving; it's about thriving.Join me as I share stories and insights from my journey, and how these seven leadership lessons have shaped my approach to both professional and personal challenges. Whether you're a budding leader or a seasoned executive, there's something in this episode for everyone looking to enhance their leadership skills.EnjoyVisit us at:www.theselfhelpantidote.com
How do you find clarity amidst the confusion? This episode is answering exactly that packed with actionable tips about where to go next on your journey to find the answers that you're looking for, as well as highlighting the key indicator that your soul already knows the way home. JOIN THE MEMBERSHIP Becoming Her Collective FREE TRAINING SERIES: Unstuck: Deep Strategies To Manifest Your Dream Lifestyle IMPORTANT LINKS Let's stay connected: efiasulter.com | Instagram| TikTok Remember to review, subscribe, and share! ** Enjoyed this episode? Support the podcast here: ko-fi.com/efias
Welcome to the Digging Deeper Jazz Podcast. This podcast was originally released on October 16th, 2020, on the Jeff Antoniuk - Educator YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and feel free to enjoy the video version as well.FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS!In episode #175, Jeff brings to light something that all jazz players, whether novices or semi-pros need to be aware of . . . CLARITY is your goal. Jazz musicians sometimes get wrapped up in thinking that being clever and obtuse and complicated is the way to go. The great John Coltrane's solo on Bessie's Blues is "Exhibit A" in the argument that clarity of vision and thought is the path forward. It worked for Trane, it'll work for you, and Jeff will lead you through this steps to get there. Mentioned in this podcast:• www.JazzWire.net - Since we announced JazzWire back in 2017, it has become an incredible Community of hundreds of adult musicians from over 25 different countries around the world. If you are looking for a plan for your practice, regular insights and wisdom on playing jazz, and a huge COMMUNITY of jazz players from around the world, this is the place for you! • Digging Deeper Jazz - All of the DDJ episodes include a pdf. Just write us at email@example.com, and we'll offer you the pdfs in bundles of 50, or all 200 for a discount! We will also put you on the list to receive each new pdf, weekly. Amazing practice ideas, every week, for free. What's not to love!?
Join Kemi as she shares a real-life scenario of unexpected childcare loss and how it prompted her to document the day on Instagram. What started as a glimpse into her life quickly turned into a powerful conversation about productivity, success, and the misconception that high achievers don't face disruptions. This episode isn't just about managing chaos; it's a deep dive into taking ownership of your time, making intentional decisions, and challenging the notion that productivity means avoiding disruptions altogether. Tune in as Kemi breaks down four crucial steps she took to navigate the day. These four essential steps are a strategic approach to reclaiming control and productivity in the face of unexpected challenges.If you're ready to dive deeper into these transformative skills, enrollment for the Get That Grant® coaching program is open, providing a unique opportunity to revolutionize your approach to career challenges. Apply now to join a community committed to cultivating resilience and intentional success.And if you'd like to learn more foundational career navigation concepts for women of color in academic medicine and public health, sign up for our KD Coaching Foundations Series: www.kemidoll.com/foundations.
“The frustrations you feel often reveal the calling you'll embrace. ” Join us as Pastor Nathan Derenski brings an encouraging and timely message just for you! If you have never connected with us via our connection card, be sure to fill one out now! Connect with us at | bit.ly/RadiantConnectionCard Do you need prayer? Let us pray for you through this link | bit.ly/RadiantConnectionCard MusicBed SyncID: MB01SMWFTC7HQ4K
Hello and welcome to Martin Hewlett's Calming Anxiety.Use the code "Calmcrew" for a huge discount on my new course. (Throughout October and November 2023) https://offers.thephysiocrew.co.uk/home-painBook your one on one hypnotherapy with Martin - https://calendly.com/calminganxiety/zoom-hypnotherapyTake back control over your negative thoughts and calm pain and anxiety with this beautiful course in conjunction with The Physio Crew - https://offers.thephysiocrew.co.uk/home-pain If you would like all this lovely content without the adverts then follow the link https://calminganxietypodcast.supercast.com This is the start of our month of positive energy affirmations, courage and belief in who we are.Don't forget the app and now all our podcasts are also on YouTube.Gift the app to a loved one, friend or colleague - https://www.martinhewlett.co.uk/shop/calming-anxiety-gift-subscription/Try out the new , beautiful and simple breathing challenge to help you relax.https://www.martinhewlett.co.uk/breathing-challenge/Don't forget to download app....Calming Anxiety for IOS - https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/calming-anxiety/id1576159331Calming Anxiety for Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=digital.waterfront.calming.anxiety&hl=en-GBPlease download and enjoy.This is our lovely new visual meditation guide, please do subscribe and like. (it would really help)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMZpos7vRjg&t=56sIf you have found benefit from my podcast I do have a "buy me a coffee" page which helps to fund the hosting costs and all the time. :)https://www.buymeacoffee.com/calminganxietyI am always open to requests and tips as I try to help as many people as possible .My email is firstname.lastname@example.orgFor those younger listeners struggling with the stress of social media, do check out this amazing website. https://www.icanhelp.net/If you feel like you need more help but don't want to see a therapist in person then why not check out our online course - https://courses.martinhewlett.co.uk/courses/banishanxietyIf you have found benefit in any of our podcasts then it would really help if you could subscribe as well to our YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/martinhewlett?sub_confirmation=1Finally, if you are ready to learn more about meditation and self hypnosis we have an eBook - Calming Anxiety - A New Way of Thinking. It comes with 5 guided sessions to listen to and shows you how to learn to relax deeply. https://www.martinhewlett.co.uk/resources/ Its free !!!For one on one Zoom hypnotherapy sessions to help with anxiety and insomnia to confidence and coping with bad habits email email@example.com , for our range of T-shirts and hoodies. www.martinhewlett.co.uk/shopand finally, in everything you do, just be kind .Backing Music by Chris Collins============Affiliate links to the gear I use the items that give me a more tranquil life.Rode Podmic - https://amzn.to/3LN1JEdZoom Livetrak L8 - https://amzn.to/36UCIbySony ZV 1 - https://amzn.to/3JvDUPTGoPro Hero 8 Black - https://amzn.to/372rzFlDJI Mini 2 - https://amzn.to/3NQfMdY=============================Items I use for a more relaxed way of life :)Organic Pure Hemp CBD Capsules - https://amzn.to/3LQlP0uIncense Burner - https://amzn.to/3v3EKxJMCT Oil (helps with my Keto Lifestyle) - https://amzn.to/3DLO9y9Weighted blanket - https://amzn.to/35NRZKsWeighted Bluetooth eye covers - https://amzn.to/3KdpxAJThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4110266/advertisement
I'm so glad you're joining me for our ongoing Back-to-Basics series here on the podcast. If you listened to our last episode all about connecting with your audience and promoting your services, you know I teased that this week's episode would include some of the most valuable information I've ever shared on the podcast. In this replay of episode 97 of podcast, I walk you through the very process I use on connection calls. So, you'll see from beginning to end exactly how I conduct a consult call and how I approach the act of working with someone who it interested in coaching, explaining what coaching is and what it's like to work with me, and then inviting them to do so. As with all of these Back-to-Basic episodes, I share some updates and thoughts at the end on what I might do differently were I to record this episode in 2023. If you want to learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes. * * * * * * Discover Your Coaching Style! Take the FREE quiz and find out what makes you an extraordinary coach! Want to connect further? Follow me on Instagram and Threads, and send me a DM! Want to work together? Learn about Coach with Clarity here!