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This week, Shaun has been feeling trapped between his more weird and random side and the suffocating social anxiety that slowly reintegrating with society has brought upon him, so he asks Remington to pick between two shows that he can identify with. After Rem makes his choice you should join up with our 100 friends as we watch 5 episodes of Komi Can't Communicate! Meanwhile, Remington attacks everyone by being relatable. If you'd like to give us feedback, ask a question, or correct a mistake, send an email to AnimeOutOfContext@gmail.com or tweet at us @AnimeConPod. Visit our Patreon at patreon.com/AnimeoutofContext if you would like to contribute to the show and get bonus content ranging from clips from our pre-episode banter, to our prototype Episode 0, to even getting shoutouts in the show! Intro and Outro are a trimmed from "Remiga Impulse" by Jens Kiilstofte, licensed by MachinimaSound to Anime Out of Context under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 which has been modified by the licensor for the licensee to allow reproduction and sharing of the Adapted Material for Commercial purposes
How can you accomplish something great if you don't believe in your own ability? And how can you reach your goals if you don't trust yourself to move forward? Mindset is perhaps the most important factor in determining whether or not your business will progress and grow, or stay stuck in neutral. In today's episode, Scott talks to author and educator Monique Allen, about how improving our mindset can improve EVERYTHING. You can learn more about Monique and her great coaching program at https://www.thegardencontinuum.com/. Don't forget to grab a copy of her book "Stop Landscaping, Start Life-Scaping".
Episode 334: As we gear up for our Annual Year Review THE SUMMIES, we wanted to of course still bring you our review of the last season of 2021: Fall. We discuss Ranking of Kings, Komi Can't Communicate, Mieruko-Chan, Jobless Reincarnation Part 2, Takt Op. Destiny, and more! What were some of your favorite shows for the Fall Season of 2021? 00:00 Intro, Links, Community 03:00 Listener Question of the Week 10:15 Waifu and Husbando 13:00 Komi-san Can't Communicate 31:30 Jobless Reincarnation s2 44:30 Takt Op. Destiny 52:45 Mieruko-chan 1:03:00 World's Finest Assassin + Demon Slayer Mugen Train arc + Platinum End 1:08:30 Blue Period 1:17:30 86 Part 2 1:19:40 Ranking of Kings 1:29:25 My Senpai is Annoying 1:36:45 Faraway Paladin + Banished from the Hero's Party + World's End Harem 1:41:00 Taishou Maiden Fairytale 1:47:15 Sakugan + The Vampire Dies in No Time 1:50:00 Heike Monogatari + On Holds 2:00:00 Favorite OP/ED + AOTS --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message
Leadership is something a lot of people think is about bragging rights, or being the face of something. In reality, it's far more about encouraging teams and including others than it is about you as an individual. That's one thing that Steve Mosinski, Global Head of Marketing at Fox Rent a Car has worked hard to do. “It's not my department, it's our department. So I'm going to make sure that's echoed throughout the organization, because when you share that and people realize that marketing isn't just Steve. … Otherwise, if you're trying to grow a team… if they view it. ‘Well, Steve is just gonna get that done. Cause Steve's always gotten it done because that's how Steve represents himself.' The goal is to always, always pay it back to the people that actually help,give credit where credit is absolutely warranted and trumpet their successes”Steve has been through it all. Starting in the low ranks of marketing, to heading up global operations. He's even gone through the good, bad, and ugly parts of acquisition - while keeping his eyes on the goal of reaching his customers in human ways that makes his entire company happy. Be sure to listen to this episode, as he shares some important insights for how you can bridge the gap between departments on this episode of Marketing Trends. Main TakeawaysGet customer feedback. The last thing you want is for a customer to blast you on Google or other review sites. It's better to get that feedback directly from the customer, so your team can try to take action - and apply the lesson for future problems.Communicate with other departments. Usually in marketing, you are ether first line of contact, and a sales team executes the deal. Take the time to talk to the salespeople, see what friction they are having. Find out the feedback from customers and develop ways to improve the customer experience to get rid of the headaches early.Know your target. If you are aiming for a high-end client or an average person - this can really affect your strategy. Really be true to yourself, are you competing against a luxury brand? Once you know that, look at where you can find them in an everyday situation (where they will actually be) for your products to make an impact.Key Quotes“The biggest thing for me, historically, has always been blending the online and offline. So making sure that you always stay connected with that piece. The marketing department doesn't own the end transaction, our corporate operations team owns that interaction with the customer. Largely the history has been the marketing leader does not get involved in any of those conversations. Stay in your life type of thing. I've never been to one to be like that. So I have I have regular calls with the operations group going, okay, how can I help you? What's something that I'm not doing on the front side that's causing you a headache on the backside?”“The most difficult aspect for, is allowing somebody else's input and effort to actually help execute on something that I have as far as a vision. I've had to figure out how to articulate that thing in such a way that they can grasp it and still allow them the levity to put their own spin on it, but end up accomplishing the goal that we have in mind. The hardest part is stop being a doer as much as being a strategizer behind the doing.”“Customers want to be recognized. They want to be known that, ‘Thanks ,John Smith, for coming in today. We're, we're glad that you're here. Ee see that you reserved a compact car with us.' That's what I view as a frictionless experience. You're not surprised that I'm here today to do a transaction with you.”“The biggest aspect of anything in car rental is the website, because that's our gateway to the customer. That's what the customer sees, whether it's under mobile device, tablet, phone, and all that. That's the biggest shift is that 98% of our transactions are done online. So only 2% are done in a call center environment. So, that's exactly where I looked at my team and went, okay, I need somebody dedicated to looking after the website alone and all the pieces that go into that site and maintaining it day in and day out.”“Historically being an entrepreneur organization, you can't really build a franchise network. There's a lot of overhead, there's a lot of governance, there's a lot of cross-checking and everything else. So what we looked at is, what's the quickest way to get a global presence? And what you find is local market heroes.”BioSteve Mosinski is the Head of Global Marketing at Fox Rent A Car and has succeeded across multidimensional roles. He believes he has to perform as a leader in order to call himself one. It's with that drive that he pushes to find ways to lead by example, inspire and be a change agent. Of course, this is only possible with experience to back it up. He has held many hats in his career -- Marketer, Advertiser, Analyst, Salesperson, Brand Innovator, Operations Manager, Trainer, Coach, Financial Analyst, Product Manager and Digital Marketing Executive. As a result, he has the unique ability to manage multi-dimensional projects and complex challenges. ---Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world's number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing.
Jordana Edelstein has been coaching women in wellness, movement and self care for over 9 years. She is a certified Nutrition Coach through Precision Nutrition, a 500 hour certified yoga teacher with Jules Mitchell and currently enrolled in a coaching mentorship with Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro. After years of excruciating yo-yo dieting, strict food rules and [...] The post How Your Purpose and The Message You're Meant to Communicate Evolves appeared first on Amanda Berlin -- Communication Strategy and Business Consulting.
Welcome to the first episode of our 3-part series from best-selling author and spiritual teacher, Kyle Gray. Today, Kyle explains how to overcome blocks to communicating with your angels and shares a powerful journaling exercise. If you enjoy this series, join Kyle for his exclusive FREE video webinar series, “Connect with Your Angels for Guidance and Protection,” starting February 1. Visit hayhouse.com/angels to sign up now.
When you are in a conflict do you clam up and go silent? Do you run away and avoid it at all costs? Or maybe you explode and escalate it? Listen to this episode to learn the top four most common communication in conflict issues that people experience. Plus, you'll get some tips and scripts that you can use when you find yourself in a heated situation. Find the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/370
Die Herbst-Season war recht abwechslungsreich und ließ einen guten Eindruck zurück. Für Julian war Mushoku Tensei sogar der Anime des Jahres! Lukas war hingegen sehr begeistert von Komi Can't Communicate, während beide Ranking of Kings als AOTY-Kandidaten sahen. Trotz der eher mittelmäßigen Adaption gefällt auch Blue Period, bei 86: Part 2 eher das Gegenteil. Der Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc und Fortsetzungen aus der Sommer-Season wie Aquatope und Jahy-sama runden das ganze dann noch ab!
As Stephen reflects over 2021, he realizes that his business txgates.com did 7 figures in revenue without him selling one job, dealing with a single customer, or handling one customer complaint. This was no accident. In this episode, he takes a deep dive into the 6 high-level tactics driving his business to this destination, and how you can take the same steps to get you where you want to go too. 1 on 1 Coaching with StephenStephen's website1- Written Mission Statement 1- must be portable 3-4 lines easily memorized 2- Inward facing, not for your website or something pretty on the wall 3- Our of bound marker 4- It's why you exist it has to be greater than money2- Core Values in writing 1- 3-7 less is more 2- advance decision making 3- Hire and fire3- Strategic Priorities 1- what are the big things you need to work on for the quarter? 2- use the exercise the 4 helpfuls Working (magnify) Missing (Identify) Confusing (clarify) Broken (Fix)4- Build systems that work5- A cadence of communication Annual offsite Annual reviews Quarterly offsite Monthly ALL Team Lunch Weekly Meeting Weekly one on ones with your direct reports Daily Stand Up 5-15 minutes Special meetings 6- Written job descriptions 5 ways to communicate with KRA's 1 Communicate this when hiring 2 During the onboarding 3 when performance failures 4 communicate as a monthly team lunch 5 during an annual review
When it comes to your business, a bit of nervousness can be a good thing. A sign that you care about doing good work. But what happens when your healthy nervousness becomes deeper anxiety, and you begin to feel like you're in over your head, doubting your competence, even though you are very good at what you do? Fear not. It happens to most of us. It's called "Imposter Syndrome," and in today's episode, Scott and Kati discuss strategies to overcome it.
Stephen Timme (Founder and President of FinListics Solutions) and Melody Astley (CRO of FinListics Solutions) are co-authors of a new book Insight-Led Selling: Adopt an Executive Mindset, Build Credibility, Communicate with Impact. On today's episode we're talking insight-led selling and why, as they write, “The salesperson should be more interested in learning about my business, instead of telling me about theirs." We talk about research from their book that finds that only 19% of sales managers believe their sellers are trusted advisors. If so few managers think their sellers are trusted advisors, what percentage of buyers think the same? Plus, we dive into the 3 things that buyers want from sellers. More on Andy: Connect on LinkedIn Pre-Order Andy's new book on Amazon Learn more at AndyPaul.com Sponsored by: Revenue.io | Unlock exponential growth with an AI-powered RevOps platform | Revenue.io Scratchpad | The fastest way to update Salesforce, take sales notes, and stay on top of to-dos | Scratchpad.com Blueboard | World's leading experiential rewards & recognition platform | Blueboard.com Explore the Revenue.io Podcast Universe: Sales Enablement Podcast Selling with Purpose Podcast RevOps Podcast
Good News: A lifeboat charity that saves refugees crossing the English Channel seems to have had their best year of fundraising in 2020, Link HERE. The Good Word: Another fantastic quote from Walt Disney! Good To Know: A classic bit of Disneyland trivia! Good News: The city of Pula in the country of Croatia has […]
Ed Evarts is founder and president of Boston-based Excellius Leadership Development, He works with successful leaders to increase their self-awareness so they can manage themselves more productively. Listen to Laura and Ed chat about how more strategic communication practices can propel your career forward. Specific takeaways include the following: - How to cultivate a more positive relationship with your boss - The essential questions you need to ask yourself first - A tip to deliver more effective presentations - When you should put on the brakes - How people without self-awareness actually succeed at work Ed's latest book is "Drive Your Career: 9 High-Impact Ways to Take Responsibility for Your Own Success" For additional secret weapons on using communication to build your team and your culture, visit www.mixonian.com.
Today's guest is a serial entrepreneur, EXITpreneur, M&A Advisor, Podcaster, and Partner at Quiet Light Brokerage—one of the top online business brokerage-advisory firms in the world, and he shares with us how he has built, bought, or sold over half a dozen of his own companies. So listen in and learn more about his journey from being a young worm-preneur to becoming the successful exitpreneur he is today.Over the last nine years, Joe has mentored thousands of online entrepreneurs whose goal is to achieve their own eventual exit. He is a Certified Mergers & Acquisitions Professional, and a frequent guest expert in mastermind groups, on podcasts, and at events for entrepreneursworldwide.Joe's book, The EXITpreneur's Playbook - How to Sell Your Online Business for Top Dollar -shares real-life stories of successful and failed exits, and teaches readers how to reverseengineer a pathway to their own eventual exit.Before joining the team in 2012, Joe sold his own business through Quiet Light. Joe is aBestselling Author, Guest Speaker, Podcaster, EXITpreneur, Advisor, and Partner at Quiet Light Brokerage.Reach out to Joe at:Website: https://quietlight.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-valley-833ba48/Email: email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheJoeValleyGrab a copy of Joe's book at: https://www.amazon.com/EXITPreneurs-Playbook-Business-Reverse-Engineering/dp/1544522223Show notes:[3:28] How'd it happen for Joe Valley?[10:17] Communicate with the people in your company[13:59] Set your goals—the smart way[17:35] Share goals with people who can help you achieve them[20:59] Understand how to reverse engineer your path to your goals[27:44] The mindset shift[29:15] Personality profiles[32:11] Joe's worm-preneur days[37:21] Did he have an idea what he wanted to do after high school?[39:34] On doing what you're passionate about for money vs. offering help[45:58] More on his business: QuietLight[51:16] The EXITpreneur's Playbook[1:01:36] Where to find more of Joe[1:02:35] Today's takeaway[1:03:42] OutroCheck the accompanying blog post of this episode at: https://mikemalatesta.com/podcast/joe-valley-how-to-become-a-successful-exitpreneur-236/If you like this episode and want to be the first to know when new ones are released? Make sure you subscribe! Also, a review will be much appreciated, so make sure you give us a 5-star (or whatever one makes the most sense to you).Connect with Mike:Website: https://mikemalatesta.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikemalatesta/
What's up FRIENDS! This episode we have our friend Nereyda! She is a personal trainer here to share her tips and tricks to keep you disciplined and motivated throughout the year! Follow Nereyda!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nereydaa.m/ Read Our Magazine Article! https://newscenemagazine.com/2022/01/viral-podcast-i-e-in-friends-on-dream-guest-diversity-and-future-plans/ Get 25% OFF + Free shipping with promo code IEINFRIENDS at liquid-iv.com Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code IEFRIENDS at MANSCAPED.com! Subscribe to us Patreon for exclusive episodes!https://www.patreon.com/ieinfriends Follow I.E In Friends here:https://linktr.ee/IEinFriends Saul V GomezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/saulvgomez/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Saulvgomez_ Cesar SoteloInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/iknowcesarTwitter - https://twitter.com/Caesar__0 Aaron CaraveoInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/airball_10/twitter - https://twitter.com/aaron_caraveo Time Stamps!00:00:00 - Intro00:01:32 - New Year New Diet00:04:03 - Importance of diet when working out00:05:24 - Meal preps are depressing00:08:07 - How do you stay disciplined00:12:07 - Manscaped00:14:59 - Cesar Bets Arron $1000 to lose weight00:19:20 - When do you cut your Hoes off00:22:53 - When do you cut your friends off00:25:20 - Girls can't communicate00:30:09 - starting the gym lifestyle00:31:29 - Being starred at at the gym00:36:36 - Would you date someone with a different lifestyle00:43:00 - Would you reply00:47:33 - Can your partner have tinder to make friends00:53:14 - How to keep girls engaged01:09:00 - The best edm totem01:09:44 - Countdown festival01:15:56 - Camping at edc01:24:00 - Is summer the best season01:28:10 - Finding your ravebae01:33:06 - Cesar's body count01:42:53 - How do you keep the text conversation going01:47:13 - Difference in guys vs girls going out01:52:55 - Girls don't want guys with kids01:58:20 - Saying I love you02:00:50 - Patreon Q&A's
Ep #107: How To Be Recognized For Your Powerful, Executive-Level DecisionsCorporate badasses like YOU are already making big, bold decisions that make a serious impact at your organization All. The. Time. Yet…you're still struggling to be recognized for it. Why? It's because making executive-level decisions are meaningless unless you are able to COMMUNICATE them with the leadership team. But, I have a solution for you, and I am sharing it in this episode of Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer. In this episode I reveal how you are making powerful executive-level decisions right now at your organization AND how you can begin to articulate those decisions to executive leadership so you can start to be seen as the Executive Ahead of Time.Join us inside my group coaching intensive, Executive Ahead of Time.
Good People,Today I'm joined by Karen Gamba, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer at ExV Agency, a creative business development agency, and Founder of Women Building Women, a nonprofit that mentors and career counsels women from underserved communities. Growing up in South Africa during the apartheid and being privileged enough to have the possibilities and the tools to succeed in corporate America, Karen developed a unique value system she then used to build her own career path and find fulfillment through her job. Her truth is about why she wanted to get into corporate America and what made her want to leave. Other truths that set her free were the things she learned and discovered about herself in that process. We talked about Karen's successful journey in corporate America and what made her pursue entrepreneurship, her experiences living in South Africa during apartheid. We also explore the importance of trusting and following our instincts and why it is more fruitful to visit our failures more often than our successes. In This Episode, You Will Learn:About the weight of our parents' expectations and how they can interfere with our desires and destiny (6:40)Why we should listen to our gut more often (9:13)The gold is where you struggled. Where you felt you were on your knees (10:43)How to approach personal branding properly (15:17)How did growing up in South Africa during apartheid shape Karen's personality (20:51)The danger to hold on too tight in our beliefs (26:25)This or That:New York or Hong Kong (30:07)Communicate or wait (32:37)Trump or Biden (33:56)Pizza or broccoli (34:05)Meditate or create (34:21)Feeling or thinking (35:26)Bath or shower (36:25)Long day or long night (37:17)Resources:ExV Agency websiteWomen Building Women Connect with Karen:LinkedIn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast and Happy New Year! Today we welcome fashion and style expert, Tanner Guzy. Tanner is a Men's style coach and by the end of this episode, you will get a new look into why what you wear actually matters. (In more ways than you'd think) During this conversation, Zane and Tanner will unpack the style archetypes, cultural attack on masculinity, and how to break out, plus the internal habits you need to turn your look around from the inside out and more. LINKS: Instagram: @tannerguzy Website: https://masculine-style.com/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/MasculineStyle Book: The Appearance of Power: How Masculinity is expressed through aesthetics” Zane's Links: Get organic keto meals delivered to your door!! https://trifectanutrition.llbyf9.net/zane ReLyte Electrolytes by Redmond Real Salt https://shop.redmond.life?afmc=Zane Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zanegriggsfitness QUICK EPISODE SUMMARY Welcome Tanner! What your clothing communicates How trends are created What Tanner teaches his clients Displaying who you are on the inside Finding your flow Where what you want to wear Masculinity and caring about your appearance How to connect with Tanner
There is something about today's guest that makes him a favorite speaker by so many people, hence his successful platform. In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk with their good friend Eddie Pinero. They speak about how one can improve their communication skill, the importance of allowing your audience to contemplate, how to hold someone's attention effectively, and what does storytelling entail, just to name a few. If you want to learn more about speaking or simply find ways to improve your communication skill, this episode is perfect for you. Eddie is an entrepreneur currently living in Miami, FL, with a passion for utilizing social media and internet-based platforms to create powerful, captivating content that inspires and motivates others. Following his graduation from Holy Cross, he founded Your World Within, which quickly became his platform and creative outlet for sharing thoughts with entrepreneurs, athletes, and others seeking motivation around the globe. He has been fortunate enough to have had my videos and articles seen, shared, and commented on by over 20 million people worldwide. He believes every person has a voice that can be heard and finds great joy in helping others find the tools to make that a reality.Find Eddie and his work:Website: https://www.yourworldwithin.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/YourworldwithinFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourworldwithinIG: https://www.instagram.com/your_world_within/TikTok: Your_World_WithinSpotify Artist: Your World WithinPodcast: Your World WithinWhat are you waiting for? Grab this FREE COURSE now! https://next-level-university-courses.teachable.com/p/what-it-takes-to-get-to-the-next-levelGroup coaching details: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via emailWebsite
Today's podcast will go over Zone 1, aka chakra 1 One. Zone one relates to childhood trauma and financial stress. I will go through the emotional and physical dysfunctions, the gland and organ connections, development age, goals for zone one issues, and what to do about it. Chakra one dysfunctions list: financial Stress! Bullying overly materialistic centered engages in physical trouble emotionally needy low self-esteem self-destructive habits fearful Physical Dysfunctions: Posture issues Joint issues pain in the muscles that are located below the hips Associated body parts and gland connections Bones Skeletal Structure Adrenals Goals for Zone one: Physical Health and Fitness Grounding Stability Security Life lesson: Standing up for oneself Main Issue and Developmental age: Survival Physical Needs 1-8 years old What to do about it: Are you SAFE? Move the body, Exercise...WALK Open up muscles from hips down Communicate with the INNER CHILD All Programs and Coaching :https://learn.dreamfitllc.com/MoreInfo TIKTOK✅BEGREATWITHNATE IG✅- BeGreatWitNate
How do you communicate with your pet? Where would you love a food pass to? We talk to Soozie the Foodie about some local places to try this weekend! How would you rate yourself based on looks? We do rap verse karaoke and the poetry slam before doing a different version of The List today!
It's goal-setting season for the new year! When it comes to goal setting, too many people don't set big enough goals out of fear of what it means about themselves if they don't hit it. I guarantee you that if you set a big, scary goal you're likely going to blow past all your smaller goals and become a better business owner in the process. And it's what you learn in the process of working towards that big scary goal that is going to take you to the next level in your business. In today's episode, Scott and Kati give their insights into using goal setting as a way to visualize an effective path forward and to summon the motivation to get moving in the right direction.
Communication. This is one of the most common tips given when it comes to marriage advice. In this episode, Lara discusses a few different ways we communicate with each other, particularly when our medical spouse shares good news with us. "It is a beautiful feeling. If you've ever had that kind of support in your life, than you know what I'm talking about. When someone is really excited for you and the work that you are doing, and they are supportive of you." -Lara McElderry
Murdock (@amurdock_ii) is a purpose-driven, action-oriented, servant-leader and proud product of Indianapolis, Indiana. He graduated from Butler University in 2017 and is currently a Juris-Doctorate candidate at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He's passionate about leveraging the power in his story and other Black stories to create opportunities for economic & community development. Ultimately, he's in the business of becoming the greatest "powerpreneur" Indianapolis has ever seen. Murdock is the founder of City Circle Storytellers, the Side Hustle Economy, the Make it Make Sense center in Indianapolis, and Power Moves Only. This episode is for you if: You want to learn the 8 step process of communicating value to your community You want to learn how to keep your integrity intact and not abandon your character and values You want to keep thinking bigger when you're bigger and better than you imagined You want to start documenting your process to help others own their stories too Connect with Murdock Website: www.murdockllc.org Power Moves Only: @powermovesonlyinc Circle City Storytellers: @circlecitystorytellers Twitter: @amurdock_ii Side Hustle Economy Website: www.sidehustleeconomy.net Side Hustle Economy: @sidehustleeconomy Instagram: @amurdock_ii LinkedIn: @anthonymurdockii Connect with Naomi Website: naomihaile.com Instagram: @naomiahaile Twitter: @naomiathaile LinkedIn: Naomi Haile
New Year new episode! We talk about some of our favorite powers and power-ups in anime! Be sure to like, subscribe, share, comment and drink plenty of water! Timestamps: (00:00:00) How the end of our year went! (00:07:35) Dan was disappointed with takt op (00:08:57) Komi Can't Communicate (00:09:52) We're not big fans of fan service (00:14:11) News Section: Urusei Yatsura returns with an all-star cast (00:18:14) Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood and Black Clover get mobile games (00:26:16) Pop Team Epic gets a second season! (00:27:42) Please don't support Rorouni Kenshin. (00:29:37) Oddtaxi movie announced (00:30:49) Jump Festa (not fiesta) Announcements (00:39:28) PS4 exclusive coming to Nintendo Switch (00:41:05) Voice of Draken recast amidst controversy (00:43:12) Our favorite powers & power-ups! (00:47:00) Goro Goro no Mi (Enel's devil fruit) (00:51:15) Mera Mera no Mi (Ace's devil fruit) (00:54:37) Luffy's Gear Second (00:57:36) Super Saiyan God Vegeta (00:59:04) Big Bang Attack (01:04:39) Alchemy (01:08:56) Overhaul (01:15:07) Sage Mode (01:17:50) Erza's Requip (01:22:28) End! Our Content: https://linkr.bio/kanpaicrew News Sources: https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2021/12/31-1/classic-anime-urusei-yatsura-gets-all-star-new-tv-series-in-2022-at-david-production?%20utm_source=community_cr&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=news_en&referrer=community_cr_twitter_news&s=09 https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2021/12/17/fullmetal-alchemist-mobile-game-reveals-first-trailer-summer-2022-release-plans?s=09 https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2021/12/19-1/new-black-clover-mobile-game-revealed-for-2022?%20utm_source=community_cr&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=news_en&referrer=community_cr_twitter_news&s=09 https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2021/12/25-1/pop-team-epic-anime-somehow-manages-a-second-season-in-2022?%20utm_source=community_cr&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=news_en&referrer=community_cr_twitter_news&s=09 https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2017/11/21-1/rurouni-kenshin-manga-author-charged-with-possession-of-child-pornography https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2021/12/25-1/oddtaxi-movie-officially-announced-will-stream-on-crunchyroll?%20utm_source=community_cr&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=news_en&referrer=community_cr_twitter_news&s=09 https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2021/12/20-1/heres-all-the-big-news-that-was-revealed-at-jump-festa-2022?%20utm_source=community_cr&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=news_en&referrer=community_cr_twitter_news&s=09 https://comicbook.com/gaming/amp/news/nintendo-switch-lite-ps4-playstation-4-game-exclusive-release/ https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/tokyo-revengers-recast-draken-controversy-lisa.html/ Music: Tokyo Blue by Jim Kulakowski via Pond5
We hear all the time communicate, communicate, communicate. But how do you really communicate? (Most of us haven't learnt that in school!) Justine Lambroschino shares with us exactly how to communicate so we can really connect and deepen our relationship. At what point do you talk? When is it time to stop? And what do you do when one of you starts crying. Justine has been in the mental health profession for over 25 years working with families and individuals. She is the proud parent of three daughters and one son, as well as five beautiful grandchildren. Justine have been married to her wonderful husband for 30 years and enjoy life together on Cape Cod with their dog Theo. Connect with Justine: Website: jlambroschino.com/ Instagram: @spirit_centered_life Join a small group of growing individuals who work with ST LIVE twice at week: www.LifePixUniversity.com/yourbrainrewired
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With the wrap up of the Fall 2021 Anime Season, the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast are here to give their reviews of 14 amazing titles for the season. Listen to find out what each can offer.. or not offer. Anime Reviewed in this Episode: Komi-san Can't Communicate, The Aquatope On White Sand, My Senpai is Annoying, The Faraway Paladin, Banished From The Hero's Party, Sakugan, Taisho Otome Fairy Tale, Selection Project, The Way Of The Househusband Part 2, Irina The Vampire Cosmonaut, Rumble Garanndoll, Kaginado, Can I Make Your Ears Happy In 180 Seconds, and 86 Eighty Six Part 2. The opening song for this episode is the OP for 86 Eighty Six. The closing song for this episode is the ED for Selection Project.
With the new year its a great time to lock in the good management practices which will help you grow throughout the year. So today have listen to my one to one cast. Part of my big 5 of management.www.managermatt.co.uk One to one. Communicate better with your team. Help them grow.
You are the CEO of your company, the leader that your people WANT to follow. You have to express your goals and vision to your team openly and clearly to your team. On this week on Women Inspiring Women, we are going to talk about the ways that I rally my team behind the vision. I am giving you the exact steps. Apply for 1:1 Leadership Mastermind here: https://chicinfluencer.com/leadership-mastermind
Communicate, lead, recruit, fundraise, possess vision…these are the key ingredients in the workday of the Executive Director. In this episode, we look at ways current Executive Directors can become better in the new year, and, for those thinking about moving into the hot seat, what should you be doing to get there? Our expert guest is Peggy Monson. Her career spans the fields of philanthropic services and development, private wealth management and asset gathering, and nonprofit management, strategic planning, and fundraising. She has served on a variety of Boards and has successfully raised a lot of money as a fundraiser. This podcast comes to you from IMPACTability™ powered by Soukup Strategic Solutions. IMPACTability™ is an online coaching program that helps nonprofit leaders maximize their impact. With Impact Coaches, nonprofit leaders can achieve career goals and have a greater impact on the world around them. Impact Coaches will help you address real-world challenges that you experience in your own nonprofit. By focusing on your strengths as a leader, Impact Coaches can help you apply your knowledge and skills to have a greater impact. Nonprofit Coaching: https://impactability.net/ (https://impactability.net) (Learn more about IMPACTability™ and how to work with a nonprofit coach). Soukup Strategic Solutions, Inc. was founded in 2012 by the company's president, Sheryl Soukup, to provide nonprofit organizations with expertise in fundraising and nonprofit management. The company offers consulting, coaching, and full-service grant writing, marketing, donor database management, strategic planning, and much more. Nonprofit consulting and outsourcing solutions: https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/services (https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/services )(Learn more about the services offered by Soukup Strategic Solutions to nonprofit organizations.) Have a question for Coaches' Corner? Email IMPACTCoaches@IMPACTability.net Visit our websites at: https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/ (https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/) (www.SoukupStrategic Solutions.com) https://impactability.net/ (https://impactability.net/) (https://impactability.net/) Follow us on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SoukupStrategicSolutions (https://www.facebook.com/SoukupStrategicSolutions) (@SoukupStrategicSolutions ) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/soukupstrategicsolutions (https://www.linkedin.com/company/soukupstrategicsolutions) (Soukup Strategic Solutions) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soukupstrategicsolutions (https://www.instagram.com/soukupstrategicsolutions )(@SoukupStrategicSolutions) Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoukupStrategic (https://twitter.com/SoukupStrategic) (Twitter: @SoukupStrategic)
How can leaders become better communicators? Steve Woodruff is a well-respected speaker and workshop facilitator, known as the 'king of clarity' throughout the business world. Steve has over 25 years of consulting experience in the life sciences training industry. He is also the author of the Amazon best-selling book "Clarity Wins. Get Heard. Get Referred". Steve joins me to discuss the challenges of good communication, how to network through ‘story-asking', and the importance of personal branding. Key Takeaways - How to communicate with clarity (00:00) - The inspiration behind Steve's best selling book (01:37) - The importance of personal branding (04:07) - Essential networking techniques (17:45) - The biggest challenge for communicators (23:37) - How to secure your listener's attention (30:23) Leadership ResourcesEmail: AskSteve@impactiviti.com https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.impactiviti.com&d=DwMFaQ&c=euGZstcaTDllvimEN8b7jXrwqOf-v5A_CdpgnVfiiMM&r=D13uQKv98XT_xbAIFLGUaVOV07KH8-Y0awefu2rT1ic&m=r5SpbK-OYu3s-pcDg8Riavxa-Gldn8Kfj0NofIzUTJ0&s=y0PbCPZhsO92NNCBPARsYyfcMCzZCaUqpgNrRYwhzOo&e= (www.impactiviti.com) LinkedIn: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.linkedin.com_in_swoodruff_&d=DwMFaQ&c=euGZstcaTDllvimEN8b7jXrwqOf-v5A_CdpgnVfiiMM&r=D13uQKv98XT_xbAIFLGUaVOV07KH8-Y0awefu2rT1ic&m=r5SpbK-OYu3s-pcDg8Riavxa-Gldn8Kfj0NofIzUTJ0&s=dZPWbnzPMO8mspstx_DjO3U9Qcj6ylwJlcl0sImG-VA&e= (https://www.linkedin.com/in/swoodruff/) Clarity workshops: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__impactiviti.com_get-2Dtraining_&d=DwMFaQ&c=euGZstcaTDllvimEN8b7jXrwqOf-v5A_CdpgnVfiiMM&r=D13uQKv98XT_xbAIFLGUaVOV07KH8-Y0awefu2rT1ic&m=r5SpbK-OYu3s-pcDg8Riavxa-Gldn8Kfj0NofIzUTJ0&s=y51GPDIp_rrEf-Euhao27TrOepVAhxNaC14rPgWu12Q&e= (https://impactiviti.com/get-training/) Newsletter: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.linkedin.com_in_swoodruff_detail_recent-2Dactivity_posts_&d=DwMFaQ&c=euGZstcaTDllvimEN8b7jXrwqOf-v5A_CdpgnVfiiMM&r=D13uQKv98XT_xbAIFLGUaVOV07KH8-Y0awefu2rT1ic&m=r5SpbK-OYu3s-pcDg8Riavxa-Gldn8Kfj0NofIzUTJ0&s=oLB3mwD1sL4_jpnDRT3uSkoKS4uaWCGIzyQ4nbokBtw&e= (https://www.linkedin.com/in/swoodruff/detail/recent-activity/posts/) (click on one to see the Subscribe button) Facebook (professional): KingOfClarity Book: https://www.amazon.com/Clarity-Wins-Get-Heard-Referred-ebook/dp/B07KLR233R/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=clarity+wins&qid=1640870464&sr=8-3
Pete & Rifle are here today to discuss and review the recently wrapped up Fall anime season. Did shows like Jobless Reincarnation and Komi live up to the hype? What were some surprises of the season. Find out in our review today! Social - https://linktr.ee/whatdoyousayanime CAUTION - Reviews contain spoilers. Use timestamps below to skip to your favorite show 0:00 Intro 1:11 Jobless Reincarnation 13:08 Komi Can't Communicate 22:11 Blue Period 38:18 Pride of Orange 45:00 The Fruit of Evolution 51:42 The Faraway Paladin 1:03:20 Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut 01:13:14 Taishou Maiden Fairytale 01:15:48 My Senpai is Annoying 01:22:20 Shows We Dropped 01:26:30 Speed Round (Rest of the shows we watched) 01:30:00 Mieruko-chan
Zora goes and programs herself. Kovich is Tech Support. Tarka's presentation brings the Boom! Stamets was almost replaced. The DMA meeting decision: Communicate or Attack? Why not both? And, did Booker and Burnham just break up? -Brought to you by Section 31- 00:00 Happy New Year! Episode 104 00:30 Happy Hangover! 01:00 New Maneuvers? 02:00 Those pants 03:00 Burnt Hair 04:30 Water: Cold 05:11 Shout out to Patreons https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground 06:30 The longer you listen, the better we sound! 07:27 News: We're starting Year Three!!! 08:20 The Patrick Maneuver 09:30 News: Coming up for 2022 https://trekmovie.com/2021/12/31/preview-of-star-trek-for-2022-what-we-are-most-anticipating/ 11:15 Pretty Lights! https://redshirtsalwaysdie.com/2021/12/29/must-see-star-treks-u-s-s-enterprise-made-out-of-christmas-lights/ 11:45 LeVar at the Rose Parade https://twitter.com/GeekChiFu/status/1477467735235854338?s=20 12:45 Kalinda Vazquez Netflix Deal https://variety.com/2021/tv/news/netflix-kalinda-vazquez-deal-1235132278/ 13:45 Star Trek Discovery - S4E7 "...But to connect" 14:00 Teaser - "You Can't Make Me" 14:45 Zora Takes Over 15:30 No! 15:58 Control the cat toy, not the cat 17:20 Teaser to the Teaser 17:40 Aloof Disdain 17:50 Act I - "Debate Day" 19:00 Don't want another CONTROL 20:00 OMG Kovich is Tech Support 21:40 The phrase that wasn't a Harry Potter spell 22:30 Book and Burnham Tension 23:15 Know your Moment 23:50 60 member worlds 24:45 Earth Hole? 25:50 Fuck it or Kill it? 26:25 Book of Lists 27:00 Hung like a Seahorse 27:40 Judging motives by your own cultural context 28:20 Stamet's What-Ifs? 29:30 Just hook her up to a dimmer switch 30:30 Group Hug 32:15 Trust vs. Fear 34:08 The most Trek 35:15 Act II - "Hello, HAL!" 36:04 Red Flag! Computer Changes Core Programming 37:54 What if she's lying? 38:44 Why not bring over Voyager's Computer? 39:45 She needs a patch 40:20 I've been watching 40:50 BOOM! 42:20 Tickle, not Destroy 42:50 First Contact Approach 43:00 Why not both? 43:40 Fear makes people do stupid things 44:20 Burnham: DMA vs Klingons 45:20 Sonequa is GREAT 46:00 Where's Book coming from? 47:00 To forgive or not to forgive? 48:30 Tarka is an asshole 49:00 The trust of The Button 50:00 Act III - "Does Zora Dream of Electric Sheep?" 51:31 Zora is a lifeform 52:20 Downloads 52:41 Tarka's Motivation 55:35 Not to Destroy, but to connect. 56:00 Trek Orgasm 57:20 The actions that we take 58:00 Imagine If It Had Boobs? 59:00 Michael's Vote 1:00:00 No recounts? 1:01:00 How can he not know? 1:02:00 Zora and Gray 1:04:45 I really want to trust you 1:05:38 Act IV - "Fuck it! We'll do it Live!" 1:07:00 Zora - Join Starfleet. 1:07:40 Zora Stays, You can be replaced. 1:08:50 Leaving Grudge with Michael 1:09:30 Suicide Mission? 1:10:00 All is possible 1:11:00 A True Fail-safe 1:11:30 Kelpian Horga'hn? 1:12:15 Gray and Adira's Future 1:12:40 I love you, but take care of Grudge Thanks for listening! Now on Patreon! patreon.com/starfleetunderground Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: starfleetunderground.com Twitter: twitter.com/StarfleetUnderG Instagram: instagram.com/starfleetunderground Facebook: facebook.com/starfleetunderground YouTube: www.youtube.com/Qtsy16 Explicit
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This episode is 2-pronged so it's a bit longer than our usual. You've gotten to know the fabulous new co-host, Dani, but now it's time to check out if, and who, she's dating! And then there's Kate; remember at the end of Season 1 Kate was furniture shopping with her on-again-off again, beau? So...what's their status now; is he any closer to making a commitment, or do they have an agreement to see others, or what may surprise us about Kate!? Elle skims the surface, but promises to share more next episode!Okay, we're all old enough to remember when "texting" didn't used to be a verb in the English language; when cell phones didn't exist; when push-button phones replaced rotary-dial phones (remember redialing a long-distance phone number when you got a "busy" signal)!? Those were the good ol' days--for some of us, anyway! In today's fast-paced digital world, dating conversations have dramatically changed, but how communicative should you be after dating someone new? Are there any hard and fast rules? Is our age a factor in the frequency with which we talk/text when we begin dating someone new? You'll get our perspectives and why we seem more confused than ever! Did someone say WAFFLES and SPAGHETTI?Finally, while we are actively working on Season 2, we thoughtfully request you to SHARE and FOLLOW our podcast on whichever platform you listen. DON'T FORGET the 5-star reviews! Higher rankings and your engagement with us helps spread the word about our podcast -resulting in more feedback and more fun! We thank ALL of our listeners for your kind support! As we continue to build our new brand, know that fun surprises are in store! Please visit our website and if you really appreciate us, please "buy us a cocktail"
Tony reads some listener emails and answers questions around narcissism and the correlation with emotional immaturity. He also addresses why more men exhibit narcissistic traits and tendencies and he dips a toe in the water and then dives all the way in with how to communicate with a narcissist using his "4 Pillars of a Connected Conversation." With the continuing "sheltering" rules spreading across the country, PLEASE do not think you can't continue or begin therapy now. http://betterhelp.com/virtualcouch can put you quickly in touch with licensed mental health professionals who can meet through text, email, or videoconference often as soon as 24-48 hours. And if you use the link http://betterhelp.com/virtualcouch, you will receive 10% off your first month of services. Please make your mental health a priority, http://betterhelp.com/virtualcouch offers affordable counseling, and they even have sliding scale options if your budget is tight. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=v95myQ
Today's special episode of The Sales Evangelist Podcast looks back on five of the best episodes of 2021. (If you were wondering, yes, it was a tough decision.) Check out the links to visit each episode if you missed it to listen! Episode 1508: Insight-Led Selling: Adopting An Executive Mindset To Learn How Buyers Think with Dr. Stephen Timme and Melody Astley This episode encouraged sellers to focus on how your product or service fixes a prospect's problem. Focus on how to bring value versus the “what” of the sale. Reorient your selling practices to understand how the customer buys rather than how the seller sells. For more great information, read their book, “Insight-Led Selling: Adopt an Executive Mindset, Build Credibility, Communicate with Impact.” Episode 1505: How To Develop Your Account-Based Strategy Outreach Messaging with Scott Leese In this episode discussing account-based outreach strategies, Scott stressed the importance of the message above all else- if you're going to reach out to a prospect, target messages to the prospect. Don't make the conversation about yourself - initial outreach should get into some dialogue or discussion where the prospect is the center. For more great content from Scott, check out his podcast, The Surf and Sales Podcast. Episode 1493: 3 Things Every Seller Needs To Know About The Future Of Selling Sales and marketing must come together. It's no longer enough to work in tandem - they must be integrated to drive revenue. An integrated experience should put the customer journey first versus different departments judging success based on different outcomes. Episode 1425: Objections: How To Overcome The Most Common Objections In B2B Sales with Nadia Rashid Nadia has a four-step process to overcoming prospect objections: listen, understand and validate, respond, and confirm. Whenever you encounter an objection you aren't sure how to address, there is no shame in admitting that. However, commit to finding an answer and make a proactive effort to address it later. For more great content from Nadia, follow her on LinkedIn. Episode 1514: How “The Practice” And Being Different Can Help Sellers Connect With More Prospects with Seth Godin Google didn't succeed because of a stellar sales team- Google succeeded because Google made a product that sold itself. If you want to measure salespeople based solely on the outcome, figure out how to normalize it based on what you're selling. Juggling isn't about catching; it's about throwing. If you get good at the practice of your job, the results take care of themselves. Make sure to check out Seth's book The Practice for more awesome content and advice. This episode is brought to you in part by Skipio. Are you sick of crickets? As a salesperson, the pain of reaching out with phone calls or emails and not receiving a response is real. But all text messaging is not created equal. 85% of people prefer text over email and phone calls because they want to engage in a conversation, not listen to bots. Be more like people and start having conversations that end in the conversions you want. Try Skipio at www.Skipio.com. This episode is brought to you in part by mParticle. Are you tired of wading through thousands of open sales positions to find the one perfect for you? Well, look no further. mParticle is one of the leading independent customer data platforms out there, and they're looking for motivated remote sellers (just like yourself.) With top-name clients from Spotify and Burger King to Airbnb, we don't want you to let this opportunity go to waste! For more information and to view open positions, go to https://www.mparticle.com/careers/. This course is brought to you in part by the TSE Sales Certified Training Program, designed to help new and struggling sellers master sales fundamentals and close more deals. Help elevate your sales game and sign up now to get the first two modules free! You can visit www.thesalesevangelist.com/closemoredeals or call (561) 570-5077 for more information. We value your opinion and always want to improve the quality of our show. Complete our two-minute survey here: thesalesevangelist.com/survey. We'd love for you to join us for our next episodes by tuning in on Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or Spotify. You can also leave comments, suggestions, and ratings for each episode you listen to! Read more about sales or listen to audiobooks on Audible and explore their huge online library. Register now to get a free book and a 30-day trial. Audio provided by Free SFX and Bensound. Other songs used in the episodes are as follows: The Organ Grinder written by Bradley Jay Hill, performed by Bright Seed, and Produced by Brightseed and Hill.
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Successful adults are those who have learned how to be resilient. If you want your child to be successful in the future, you need to teach them how to be resilient. Being resilient means helping them approach new situations and setbacks in positive, not negative, ways. Some things that resilient children do: Communicate effectively. By expressing how they feel without anger or frustration and listening to others' viewpoints, they can find solutions that help them feel heard and valued. Make healthy decisions. They can see the pros and cons of decisions, allowing them to make the best overall decision. So often, children have a hard time seeing all sides of a problem or a situation which often leads them to make poor choices or be swayed by outside influences. Take responsibility for their actions. No child wants to get in trouble, but those who can own up to mistakes and consequences of actions have an advantage as they grow and mature. The free skills on SmarterParenting.com help parents teach these vital traits to their children. If you haven't checked out part 1 of this series, we recommend going back and listening to episode 167.
As a collegiate coach, Dr. Kimberly Stein had to communicate the science of recovery and nutrition to her teams. Being a pioneer in the NFL Kevin Luhrs had to communicate the science behind the small changes to improve player performance. What does effective communication mean to you/look like to you? KS: We think it is cool and give them the details but they do not really careKeep it simpleMeet them where they are KL: transfer of knowledgeFind where they are and stay one step ahead of them What barriers have you run into while trying to share science? KL: I started in 2010 I think the number of Sports dieticians has doubled in college athleticsAppeal to the why - Why are you tired on the field, why are you sluggish? Keep monitoring them. KS: You have to sell it as another training aidePotential injury preventionSTART WITH WHY What are the best steps to introduce science into a conversation effectively? KL: Plant the seedAsk questionsI had the opportunity to communicate the science in front of the whole teamI had a lot of consultations in the whole way or in the At Facility KS: Meeting them for the first time is not the best timeWhat do you think about nutrition and performance?What do you think you need to perform?“Let's try just a little bit of energy” not well the RDs recommend 20 ML of fluid every 20 minutes of heavy activity. How can you get a team of professional athletes to take interest in the science behind sport? KL: Where do I start?Fried catfish FridaysImplement it into practice as you educate themSmall changes KS: Older athletes kinda lead the way for me…they wanted to extend their career.Nowadays we see athletes that are asking questions as soon as they get the contract. How do you adjust your communication methods between a practitioner audience or a professional athlete audience? KS: Practitioners get more of the scienceThey want to see the charts and graphs and dataBut you are still not talking to other scientists so do not go overboard.Use visuals often. Professional athletes Let them ask questions and get a feel for what they wantUse examples of places and people it has worked withCoachesThey have to be the key in implementing it.Allowing water breaksAllowing practice to start later so the team has time to eat.But they also need to internalize this personally KL: Educate them so they can communicate the message when neededBeing on the same page as a staff is probably the biggest key to success..coaches, admin, everyone How can someone communicate why their recommendations are effective for reasons beyond the science? KL: - We definitely have to convince people or sell it at times - Like Dr. Stein said, science is not black an white, it is evolving KS: Yes!!!Understand the science of behavior changeYou are not really changing the diet but changing their behaviorTiny Changes How can a practitioner determine whether information is best communicated visually through graphics or data, or through straightforward text? KS: Pee Color chartHaving a picture of carbohydrates…giving examplesDo this instead of a list KL: Weigh in charts for hydrationTraffic light training systemGoSlowWhoa What are your recommendations for sharing/communicating the science via social media? What are some effective posts/sources that you've seen recently? KS: We are a headline driven society..so it is hard to communicate the science accuratelyWho know how valid the “reports” areGet with the team captains and see if they can share the good stuff on their personal info KL: Point towards some that are doing the right thing. What are some scientific resources you would recommend for someone who is trying to expand their sports performance research knowledge? KS: - www.GSSIweb.org - hands down KL: Sports Science Exchange or Gatorade performance partner website Contact Us: Dr.
Join Daniel Nickles with his guest Lauren Brychell as she talks about how Spartan Investment Group adds value to the properties they deal, the significance of educating investors, and her role as an Investor Relations Associate. As the point of contact for everything related to their investors, Lauren discusses how transparency always works in relationship building and why self-storage will always be an attractive asset class whether the economy is a boom or a bust. In this episode you will learn: What is investor relations all about? How do you turn interested people into investing people? The challenges to communicating with investors Why self-storage? The strategy for value-add units About Lauren Brychell: Lauren Brychell is the Investor Relations Associate for Spartan Investment Group, LLC. In this role, Lauren brings her skills in marketing and project management to assist the team with investor-facing collateral, communications, capital raise projects, and investor education. Lauren graduated from Belmont Abbey College with a bachelor's degree in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Entrepreneurship. Connect with Lauren Brychell on: Website: https://spartan-investors.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauren-brychell-a2114310a/ Connect with Two Smart Assets on: Website: https://twosmartassets.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TwoSmartAssets/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twosmartassets/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5b8x2o3ByaPBcz5Lkev7uw ✅ Check out our free apartment syndication sample deal: https://twosmartassets.com/sample-deal-form
00:00.00 Max Shank Hello everybody welcome back to the max and mike Monday morning podcast today I'm pretty excited because we're going to talk about choices. We're going to talk about the difference between a mistake and an error and we're going to talk about the difference between a good choice. And a good outcome and you might think those are the same thing but actually they are not. You can make a good choice and have a bad outcome. You can make a bad choice and have a good outcome and if you want learning to really take place. It's very important to understand the difference between those. So. If you listen up today I'm confident that we're all going to make better choices that give us the result that we're looking for so thanks for tuning in mikey good to see you. 00:48.15 mikebledsoe Good to see you? Yeah 1 of the reasons we chose this topic and by the way we usually choose the topic about 5 to ten minutes before we hit the record button and um, yeah I did a a mushroom ceremony a few days ago where. I was basically shown all the mistakes that I'm still paying for in my life right now. So as max had ah guessed accurately was I had my own personal hell for about 3 hours and it was. 01:06.73 Max Shank Um, now. 01:23.48 mikebledsoe Even though it was my own person at hell for a few hours it was really enlightening and and getting very ah getting to be at peace with what I had was witnessing as mistakes I'd made that I was currently paying for and also ah. Experiencing a lot of sadness around it and then by the next morning feeling a little better about it by the next the morning after that feeling even better and having an action plan on how I can more methodically pay off those. Mistakes or errors more quickly so I can get on with my life because yeah, as much as we would like to for me, it's it's as if I I've learned the lesson that came with oh that was i. 02:03.19 Max Shank A. 02:20.38 mikebledsoe Did not get the outcome I was looking for there that was not what I wanted to happen and I learned that years ago, but my bank account is still having to you know is money's being siphoned off for those mistakes. Even years later even though the lessons been learned so it's ah. It's an interesting life process that we're all in where we usually pay for those mistakes a little longer than we'd like to. 02:48.17 Max Shank Always longer than we like to ah personally I want no negative consequences for any of my actions. But I think you bring up a good point because making choices is actually the only thing that we do. Everything is outsourced from choice making right? So. The only thing that we personally do is make choices even if that choice is to raise your arm up in the air you are making the choice but then your body It's getting outsourced to your body and then your body does that little task and. You know I'm pretty critical of all forms of media including podcasts because I think most media is a colossal waste of time now. That being said I think you can basically split up content. Into 2 categories better choice making which would be learning and entertainment and that's all if what you're consuming informationally content wise is not helping you better make better choices. Then it better be entertaining at least Otherwise what the hell are you doing and since that's entertainment.. That's that's 1 hundred percent ah mental masturbation like I don't like to watch horror movies but tons of people do so. 04:07.71 mikebledsoe So I just want to be scared. Yeah, that's true. 04:19.24 mikebledsoe A. 04:22.32 Max Shank Once again I'm not really into Kink shaming So like whatever you want to do to get your rocks off. But I think it's important to not pretend. It's something different and there's a lot of time invested into mental masturbation and if you think about. Differentiating between. Okay I'm going to consume this information so that I make better choices or I'm just going to flat out entertain myself. So It's important I think to not confuse those 2 things and for me. It's actually quite liberating because that itself is a valuable decision that enables me to be more mindful with what I'm doing.. There's no pretension for me when I'm consuming information I'm either consuming this because I think it's going to help me make better choices in the Future. Going to give me more of the results that I'm after or I'm just entertaining myself and it doesn't matter. Ah what your flavor is, but it's entertainment and then you also don't feel like oh I'm always I'm always trying to. 05:29.24 mikebledsoe Yeah. 05:35.82 Max Shank Learn new things. It's like yeah you know some of the stuff I learn. It's not really practical right now. But of course you never know. 05:43.21 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean what you're getting at there is ah your you're intentional. You're intentional about oh I'm going to sit down and be entertained. Um, yeah. 05:55.57 Max Shank And there's no shame there. There's no shame there. Whatever you like. 05:59.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, my my intention a lot of times is to is to play. My intention is to let loose have a good time and play you know sometimes you know in the the plant Medicine Psychedelic World Community There's always this. 06:06.25 Max Shank Um. 06:18.99 mikebledsoe There's this heavy emphasis on setting an intention before you you take your get into take your substance and get into your experience and for years my intention was always to learn something and to get something out of it and then over time I go oh my intention. 06:31.44 Max Shank Ah. 06:38.85 mikebledsoe 1 of the things I learned during during a ceremony is I go oh I can ah my intention could to be to enjoy myself and to play and that is just as valuable as anything else. 06:45.70 Max Shank Right. 06:51.76 Max Shank That in itself is a very valuable decision. Um I was mentioning to you before we hit record that I've been really getting into tennis a lot lately. I actually have a lesson on Wednesday with a guy who trains at my gym. Juan. And he's awesome and 1 of the most valuable pieces of information I learned about tennis is that there's a very important decision before you hit every ball and so we played we did this drill. And it was called offense defense and before you start your swing that is the first choice you have to make am I going to hit this ball offensively or am I gonna hit this ball defensively. And now when I'm playing matches I notice if I make a mistake with that choice right away I'll be like ah that should have been a defensive shot where I'll go oh I had time for that to be an offensive shot so that has been a huge improvement. 07:57.29 mikebledsoe A. 08:06.53 Max Shank In my overall game because now there's no confusion as to the first choice that needs to be made I need to quickly decide. Okay do I have the opportunity to attack this ball offensively or is it important to. Hit a defensive shot so I can keep the rally going so I have time to maybe get an offensive opportunity later because tennis is 1 of the few. Yes, definitely tennis is 1 of those few sports where if you make an error. Ah your opponent gets a point. 08:29.47 mikebledsoe Or a better 1 08:41.14 Max Shank You know in a lot of other sports if you make an error you don't necessarily get punished with a point loss immediately. But if you miss a shot in tennis your opponent actually gets a point so you speaking of paying for mistakes you pay for every error that you make. 08:56.77 mikebledsoe Yeah, well 1 of the things you said before we hopped on as well was ah we don't make mistakes we only make choices and a mistake is something that we can only look back on and notice and go oh and then which which. Occurs to me as you're just judging the choice because you didn't get the outcome. You're looking for and then that yeah, it's labeled retroactively and then ah going and then you continue to say something else, but this ties into what we. 09:19.90 Max Shank Yeah, it's labeled retroactively. 09:32.97 mikebledsoe 1 of the things we were talking about last show and that is making the right choice. None of is the last show or 1 of the previous shows making the right choice may not result in the desired outcome and so so. 09:46.68 Max Shank Exactly. 09:51.49 mikebledsoe You know, ah putting all the weight of a single choice for a specific outcome is is probably it experience. You're probably experiencing a little bit of tunnel vision because there's so many things that contribute to the outcome where outcomes. Ah and it's ah yeah, just. Got me thinking more and more about okay I've made choices which didn't give me the outcomes I desired and now I'm paying for them and and my judgment of those is to call it a mistake but it's also good for me to look back and go yeah that was I won't make a choice. Ah, all all. When I'm making choices that are like this I'm going to have to consider all these things that it becomes more obvious the things I didn't consider as I made those choices. 10:38.80 Max Shank Absolutely and it also speaks to the heart of where I've been able to actually find some compassion because I used to think most people were just Evil Idiots. Ah, which is not like the most positive way to view the world. But I realize that everybody is always doing their best based on how they think and feel at the time. So based on the information they have available to them and based on their current state of mind. They're always making the best choice they can think of now a lot of times people make. Choices with their lizard brain only So they're not maybe using their full faculties but based on the tools that were available to them in that Moment. We're always making the best choice we have available and it's easy to. Judge other people because we don't really know their experience. So I think that I think that's really huge like you will be able to live a more comfortable life If You realize that people are doing the best with the faculties that are available to them. 11:54.32 mikebledsoe Yeah. 11:54.53 Max Shank In that moment and then you'll also be a lot more forgiving of yourself because um I can certainly speak from my own experience. But I think a lot of people who try to be high. Achievers are often very hard on themselves. And really, um, relive every mistake lots and lots of times because you're like oh I Just don't want to make that mistake again. I don't want to make that wrong choice again. So You'll be more forgiving of yourself. You'll be more compassionate of other people. And if you do that then you're going to be more in ah a love vibration instead of a fear and maybe even loathing vibration and of course then you also get to make better choices because as I said people always make the best choice based on how they think and feel. At the time. So if you feel afraid if you feel hateful if you feel judgmental you're not going to make as good a choices you're going to make Lizard brain choices. 13:00.92 mikebledsoe Yeah. 13:07.63 Max Shank Um, as far as the right choice but wrong outcome. Um I'll use tennis as another example so you have 2 things you have deployment and execution deployment is. What you choose to do and when you choose to do it. Execution is how you did it. So if I try to deploy an offensive shot at the right time. But I Miss. That would just be a problem with my execution. So the the way I did it wasn't very good. How I executed that decision was wrong and if you break up these choices into deployment and execution. Then you know where to correct it for next time. Because it's a totally different thing to make an error in deployment which is making the wrong choice versus an error in execution which is the skill that you used was inadequate to capitalize on the on the correct choice. 14:15.50 mikebledsoe Go when I hear when they hear you say deployment I think strategy that it's the Ah how am I going to accomplish this this goal. 14:28.48 Max Shank It's what you choose to do and when and the execution is the how you do it. So if you if if you deploy ah a punch at the right time if you choose a? ah. 14:32.55 mikebledsoe Yeah. 14:44.17 Max Shank You know the correct punch and you deploy it at the right time but you you do it too weekly or something like that or you do it too slowly or you're just off Target that would be an error. And the execution even though the choice that you made was correct. So I think of it as deployment is what and when and execution is how yeah. 15:01.29 mikebledsoe Ah e. 15:09.43 mikebledsoe I like that I like that well going back to that thinking about the high performers I imagine there's quite a few high performers that listen to this and going back in and dwelling on Mistakes. Ah. I I think ah so it can be a gift because that that can create a hyper performer and you just hyper analyze things. The drawback to that is all the emotional experience that comes with that or usually the emotional experience that drives that it's this It's this dwelling or this addiction to feeling that guilt and I know that's something that I dealt with at 1 point where I overindulged in feelings of guilt and ah which is really strange because if you were to ask you know people on. And a quick survey. You know, do you dwell on guilt or happiness more like wow it makes sense to dwell on being happy. But that's not necessarily the case and so there was a time in my life where I I dwelt on guilt and that. That was what was driving a lot of the the dwelling on the mistakes from the past and making sure I didn't make those same mistakes twice. So it's 1 of those things where it really was had a negative impact on the quality of my life in the moment but for but it did. Turn into a productive ah exercise now. The trick is and 1 of the things that I've learned over time is yeah, there's a lot of gifts that were given from these emotional states that cause a lot of stress or maybe aren't really that useful in in them in a. And themselves. But the product is good and so what I've learned to do better now I wouldn't say out I'm really great at it. But what I've learned to do better now is let's go okay, that was a mistake I can feel sad about making that mistake if I haven't felt it all the way through yet. But instead of instead of dwelling on it because I feel like shit but going back and being analytical and and feeling happy and feeling really excited. So 1 of the experiences I've had over the weekend is I'm really excited to put some changes in my life in order to avoid. Ah, you know making those mistakes in the future and it's you know you're doing it well because if you can get out of that lizard brain and go into the wizard wizard brain then you can come out with very ah, let's say. 17:57.28 mikebledsoe Ah, practical things that you can do. They're going to ensure that you don't have to experience that again and then you can skip that and enjoy the success that you're looking for. 18:07.94 Max Shank I Think you said a phrase that really speaks volumes which is you are indulging in feelings of guilt which it sounds like a ridiculous phrase. But but if you have ah. 18:16.25 mikebledsoe Oh. 18:25.46 Max Shank Ego self-image that thinks of yourself a certain Way. You're going to reinforce those currently held Beliefs. So I think that's extremely common, especially if you think of yourself as someone who does make good choices. And if you think of yourself as someone who is smart and conscientious and aware of things. It's going to hurt twice as bad if you make an incorrect choice. 18:57.70 mikebledsoe Oh yeah, well yeah, because now you know you make yourself pay for it in ways that you don't They're completely unnecessary. 19:05.73 Max Shank And it kind of comes back to the emotion side of things I think of enthusiasm as social energy enthusiasm is a power in and of itself. You know there are you have force equals mass times acceleration you have work ah force times distance powers ah work over time you have all these different physics equations but enthusiasm which comes from being possessed by Spirit. Is an energy that is completely unique and it's the catalyst for a higher level of action because Hunger is the ultimate motivator right. And pain is a form of hunger so you can be operating from a place of deep hunger or even fear perhaps but when you're enthusiastic It's almost the same sort of desire which is another synonym for pain. But it's got to love. Vibration to it. So when you're operating from an enthusiastic place. You're look I don't know maybe you're gonna triple your output. You're gonna light a fire in other people like you wouldn't otherwise um. You're definitely 1 of those people who gets people excited about things like you're ah you're definitely an idea machine and you know you've called me several times over the years and I'll be like god damn that's a dumb idea and but but but even so. And you've also come to me with like a lot of brilliant ideas too. Don't give me ah, don't get me wrong here. But um, what I notice is the level of enthusiasm is contagious like I feel myself getting excited. 21:14.35 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 21:15.33 Max Shank You know what I'm saying so that enthusiasm comes from being in a good place emotionally and as far as you know reliving the hell of your bad choices. Um, it is kind of like how we said. Depression is a luxury too being sad is a luxury like all these things are luxuries that are only available to you if you actually have all your physical needs. Met so ah. 21:33.94 mikebledsoe A. 21:46.56 Max Shank You know the same thing if you can get to that place where you're enthusiastic. Which means that you're not punishing yourself for the past and letting your past ruin your present and future and if you find something where you can be enthusiastic about. You know sharing what you have with others you're going to make better choices and even if the choices um maybe aren't as good now I I still think. Ah, Overall you're going to make better choices if you're enthusiastic about it. You know you don't want to act too rashly I guess that would maybe be the only consideration ah with hyper enthusiasm. 22:29.32 mikebledsoe Yeah I think there's yeah well I'll speak of my own personal experience. Ah I am I'm a very enthusiastic person I I do get excited about a lot of different. Things and I get excited about my own ideas I get excited about other people's ideas or projects and um because of that I I attract a lot of people coming to me with their ideas and and looking for help and 1 of the things that I've noticed over the years is the majority of my. Some of my ideas are bad. Some of them are good and some of them are bad just because they're not for me to do I think I think a lot of my idea probably most of them are good just not for me. They're good for somebody to do ah and. 23:14.32 Max Shank Right? um. 23:20.58 mikebledsoe 1 things I've had to learn is that because it's easy for me to influence other people's enthusiasm and their behavior and getting them involved is there's been times where I have people on my team I get enthused about something I start talking about it. And I'm not telling anyone to do anything about it I'm just sharing the idea and then a few days goes by and I have a check in with the team and they've taken action on whatever it is I was I was discussing an idea with them and I and I was like fuck. We just wasted a few days of work because I actually didn't want. 23:51.15 Max Shank Her. 23:58.54 mikebledsoe Um, never even intended for you to take action on this was even my intention and now we are here we are going down this track and so I've I've had to learn how to um, be enthusiastic find specific people in my life I can share those ideas with that are not. Working for me or with me ah and to flesh them out and then I've also gotten a lot better about having ideas come in and go yeah, we'll just let that 1 I'll write it down the book write down the journal and then ah maybe I'll come back to it. You know, 2 or 3 days go by and I go. 24:31.66 Max Shank And. 24:37.50 mikebledsoe Yeah,, don't really want to do that. But it was cool to to dream about it. So That's just ah, yeah, little little little things that I Found. It's also good to remember for people who may not share the same trade I have but do get enthused by other people. Somebody who has a lot of Charisma comes by and gets people all hyped up and for something for an idea. It's also good to check in with yourself is like is this is this the idea that I'm supposed to be involved with right now or am I just getting caught up in the enthusiasm and in The. Charisma of this person. 25:17.20 Max Shank Yeah, and I'm almost the opposite like 1 of the services I offer is dream killing because I think that you can spend you can waste a lot of time going for something that isn't really a good fit for you or a really good. Ah, overall idea if you're overenthusiastic. However I come back to enthusiasm being social energy and who better to use and as as an example than Richard simmons sweating to the oldies like. When I was in my early twenty s I would like make fun of that sort of thing but dude richard simmons has helped more people get up off the couch than I have probably by a factor of a thousand or more. 25:53.68 mikebledsoe Me. 26:08.10 Max Shank And it's because he's just so Enthused. He's so excited about them dancing around in their living room and sweating to the oldies and so you can have what I would argue is a suboptimal product. But if you have that charismatic enthusiastic. Um, leader It doesn't even matter. In fact I would rather be invested into that business than someone who's got all of their kinesiology doctorates in order. Doing the perfect exercise. 26:45.77 mikebledsoe Yeah I've I've witnessed that I ah ah traveled to travel the world finding the best of the best and kind of really figuring out that a lot of the people who have the best product or service. 26:50.31 Max Shank Oh yeah, yeah, I've seen it tons of times. 27:05.60 mikebledsoe Get very little attention and people who get the most attention you know will have a mediocre product or service. 27:05.98 Max Shank Ah. 27:12.37 Max Shank They're in the basement pouring over the research papers while the ah dumb guys giving out high fives. Ah, after every set of burpees. You know it's like people people are like that people are like that. 27:27.50 mikebledsoe Yeah, well this why I like them I like to partner with people who are on the other side of the spectrum because if you is where partnership comes in really really handy is if you have if you have 1 person who's ah. 27:37.56 Max Shank Huge. 27:44.82 mikebledsoe The Enthusiast and the other person who is the what what would you? How would we want to categorize this other person. 27:50.00 Max Shank Well I think I'm the other person so it's like how would I want to categorize myself. 27:54.65 mikebledsoe Yeah, that sound like you were calling yourself the dream Killer but. 27:58.48 Max Shank The other guy the Dream Killer Sometimes Dream killing can be the absolute best thing a person needs like I will happily support a dream where I can see the benefit from it. But I think you you want both you want someone? you know my 1 of my friends used to say I was a sharpshooter That's what he would call me like I would just look at every potential flaw or weakness in the idea and do that with myself too. So It's not like I'm just a sadistic. Dude like trying to do it to I'm not just kill I'm killing most of my own dreams too mind you? Yeah yeah I Guess it's just. 28:39.90 mikebledsoe He's also a masochist. 28:48.49 Max Shank Yeah, it's It's the same way that I train myself and my clients like a lot of it is looking for weak points and not just reinforcing strengths. 29:01.69 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean that goes would use so talk about deployment versus defense. Are you some is that right? not defense. Ah no, no, no I'm thinking about ah offense versus defense otherwise mixing those up. Ah. 29:13.20 Max Shank Deployment versus execution offense defense. 29:20.95 mikebledsoe So offense versus defense would you would you consider yourself somebody who is more naturally geared towards thinking of defense before offense sort of sounds like to me. 29:31.31 Max Shank Yeah, 100 percent um 1 of the axioms I kind of live by is why risk what you need for what you don't need and I am 1 of those people who will be I can be really patient. 29:39.71 mikebledsoe Yeah. 29:50.50 Max Shank Um, so I'll just wait for the right opportunity now when the right opportunity comes up I will attack it so aggressively that it's kind of startling in fact, but I don't feel a need to be. Dynamic all the time or attacking all the time because I've recognized that if you are patient enough just like in jujitsu position before a submission like I'll just wait and wait and wait and when the opportunity comes then I'll go for the submission. But unless I'm just messing around with a friend I'm not going to be trying for any type of fancy aggressive Stuff. It's going to be slow methodical control control control don't risk losing position. Wait wait wait. Okay there's the position. Now boom super super offense all of the sudden. 30:50.13 mikebledsoe Yeah I'm more naturally geared towards being on the offense I look back on my sporting career and yeah in sport and life way more on the offense ah lot of lot of swing for the fences. 30:57.19 Max Shank No doubt. 31:09.48 mikebledsoe A lot of failure but but also some success and I've I've noticed over the years ah is the thing that helps me out the most is to slow down and go on defense and it's it's ah it's a difficult choice for me to make to go in defense. 31:19.75 Max Shank Ah. 31:27.62 Max Shank Not the. 31:28.40 mikebledsoe It's not what I want to do but when I do it I So That's when I usually see really great progress or and I've learned to wait for that that moment to Strike. Ah, but when when it is time for that moment to strike there's you're saying that it's startling. How how aggressive it may come out as because I've got a lot of practice being aggressive. 31:51.96 Max Shank Right? And there's kind of another thing to consider here too which is um I've heard it described as the strategy paradox where what works for another person would be like the worst thing you could do for yourself. 32:08.76 mikebledsoe E. 32:11.50 Max Shank So you could be 1 of those people who wants to value invest and just purchase um shares of companies where the financials are strong. There's steady growth and you don't really go outside of your comfort zone. You're probably not going to lose all your money doing that on the other hand, you're probably not going to become very wealthy very fast because risk and reward are usually proportional to 1 another. However, if you are you know. Buying options on penny stocks with borrowed money you have a chance to maybe 10000 x your money. But you also have a chance to lose all of your money times 10 so so ah and that kind of goes along with another bias which is survivorship bias and the best example I have of that is Richard branson if you've ever read his autobiography to a more defensive minded person like myself and methodical. Just gave me like heart palpitations because every every other chapter he's like mortgaging his life away and borrowing another millions from the bank and shit's going wrong and you know he's got a music company and everything's finally going well for him. Everything's finally going well like he never had like a lot. It was always just reinvest reinvest and then things finally go well and he's on the board at virgin music. They got a ton of artists and he's like yeah so I'm gonna I'm gonna start an airline I got to buy a. An airplane and I need another 1 hundred million dollars. So I'm going to start selling stock and borrowing and his partners in the music company wanted to kill him they they hated him they hated him. He's like they hated me and. 34:16.78 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah. 34:21.28 Max Shank The first test flight ah he like hit a goose or a duck so he needed another fifty million dollars to fix this plane like a 7 forty 7 or something like that. So now he's he's. You know he owes 1 hundred million or something to the bank of England or whatever it was I think it was like the Royal bank of england and he's just like begging them to give him more time and it worked out for him. But anyway, that's the survivorship bias just because it worked out for him. There. Ah, 110000 guys who made similar choices who lost everything so you can't necessarily mimic that and think that you're going to get a better result, especially if it doesn't match your personality type either. 35:05.49 mikebledsoe Well you you got to consider you know Richard branson he he likely thrives in chaos and so having that that stress is something that that causes him to to get shit done that needs to get done whereas. A lot of people would collapse. Um, there's ah, there's there's 2 other personality types. This makes me think about and 1 is ah when when if 1 personality is which is which is me if you're really far ahead. 35:25.42 Max Shank And. 35:44.16 mikebledsoe Plenty of money's coming in. Everything's going great all that I have this tendency to want to take my foot off the gas I celebrate the victory. It's like okay life is good. Let's let's do something with this money. Let's let's you know, chill out and. The other personality is somebody who who is ahead and that's motivating like oh we're ahead. Let's get more ahead and more ahead and more ahead. But the flip side of that is it. This is probably where Richard brenson and I have something in common which is if you're behind the 8 ball That's when shit's getting done. That's what I'm making moves highly motivated logging the hours I need to be hyper focused on the things that actually matter not all this other bullshit in the business that that may be just a waste of time. 36:25.60 Max Shank Further. 36:38.56 mikebledsoe Um, really gets hyper focusedcused and then that person that really enjoys being ahead and is really motivated when when things are going well a lot of times that personal collapse in that space and they they're just kind of like give up and so I've been in situations where um. Been on teams where ah things are going when things are going well people are unhappy with me like why isn't mike doing more to help us keep getting ahead and and then when she hits the fan. They're like mike what do we do and I'm like okay I'm taking over everything. 37:01.96 Max Shank That. 37:13.95 mikebledsoe Um, now it's like command and control. There's a military operation. We're gonna We're gonna make these moves and so in in the funny thing is is part of me hates putting myself in those positions but the other part of me loves it. It's exhilarating. 37:16.49 Max Shank The. 37:31.90 mikebledsoe It's like ah this is what life is about like let's fuck shit up. You know so it's it's a very interesting thing to keep in mind and also know who you are in those situations because 1 of once I got hit to that knowledge I started saying oh I don't need to put my. 37:33.49 Max Shank Oh. 37:48.81 mikebledsoe Business partners and loved ones through this stress I may find it exhilarating but they don't fucking like it and it's not good for them and it's probably not good for the business either. So really learning to honor both types and use both types when necessary and not needing to get. 37:55.50 Max Shank Ah. 38:07.96 mikebledsoe Really far into the extreme of 1 or the other um and that's probably what leads to getting into an extreme or 1 or the others you go too far to the extreme of 1 and then the pendulum will swing so going right back to doo de jing right? like the middle way. 38:18.72 Max Shank You know you know it makes me think of something I believe is very important which. I think is hard for people to understand and if you are locked into a mission. You're trying to figure out how much you can do. And if you're looking for a retirement business or an income. You're trying to look for for financial Freedom You're trying to find out how little you can do and that is a huge difference and. Tying it back to choices. Maybe it's not that hard to understand. Actually maybe it's simple to understand if you have a clear Mission. You're gonna be trying to do as much as possible with that mission. If you are just looking to free yourself Financially, you're going to be looking to do as little as possible and if you have a clear mission choices will come much more easily because they should all be pointing in the same direction and that's where that. Ah, enthusiasm which is possessed by spirit comes in even more handy is now everything every decision you make is pointed toward that singular point of focus and it goes back to what we were saying about having your focus be dissipated. Into more of a lantern versus a laser beam where you're hyper focused on 1 thing. So I think that's a huge distinction is um, mission versus ah, let's say a financial goal because with that you're going to be trying to do as little as you can. Um. 40:19.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, but. 40:25.33 Max Shank Like that's my goal for investing of course like I'm not trying to do as much as possible I'm trying to do as little work as possible but have as clear and consistent a reward as possible versus our mission here to enable people to free themselves and make better choices. Which has a network effect. That's more about seeing how much we can do right? It's totally different. 40:48.69 mikebledsoe yeah yeah yeah I um spend the majority of my life on the mission side and it it was interesting. It's been interesting because hearing you say that. How many times I set financial goals because I just felt like we're supposed to set financial goals and the financial goals revolved more around if we do this much then we can make this much impact in the way that we want and in the last few years it's become much more become much more on the. 41:09.49 Max Shank The. 41:17.40 Max Shank And. 41:24.10 mikebledsoe How can I do less and ah make as much money as possible doing as little as possible and so I think the the balance there's a balance on those 2 as well is can can you be conducting and. 41:24.35 Max Shank Okay, the. 41:30.60 Max Shank Ah. 41:42.87 mikebledsoe And activities conducting activities with as little effort as possible that have a meaningful outcome and that way you can check both boxes which is the financial freedom box as well as the mission box and I see that a lot of people have ah. Don't see how they can do both and a lot of people walk away from a lot of money because they want to be more purpose driven and they actually associate the the making of money as something that's taking away from their purpose which you know. 42:03.10 Max Shank A. 42:19.54 mikebledsoe Their attraction to it might be the thing that is but but I'm a firm believer and what I've been experiencing is high high mission orientation but also holding at the same time. These things could be. Ah, paradoxical to some people which is ah you know, being on mission and how do I create financial freedom for myself. My family and work as little as possible. 42:48.90 Max Shank I think the best way to get to the heart of that discrepancy is to focus on even trades like a win-win situation because if you put yourself into a position where you're just sacrificing. There's not going to be It's not a 2 way street. Basically so if you are dedicated to a mission but you're also selling that service for a price that you believe is worth it to you and makes it worth it to them. That's where you can have mission and financial goals kind of coincide I think. 43:32.39 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, you got it I mean I've been in the place where I invested reinvested all my money into the business and wasn't looking out for myself at all and and turned into a lot of sacrifice which just turned into ah an unsustainable way of living because. Moment The business didn't do well I wasn't doing well and it's hard to make good business decisions when you're experiencing financial scarcity and yeah, yeah, so. 44:02.85 Max Shank And gambling they say you're on Tilt so you make bad choices I always take half my chips off the table before I move on to the next thing I never but but also I'm I'm limiting how much I could earn so. 44:10.44 mikebledsoe So I That's a good idea. 44:18.66 mikebledsoe Yeah. 44:22.33 Max Shank It's just you got to figure out your appetite for risk and that's a whole that's a whole other thing. 44:25.44 mikebledsoe Well 1 thing I noticed is when I started looking out in taking care of my own position better I made so much better decisions for the business or businesses if I'm comfortable I can make good decisions if I'm not then then I may make. You know something that makes more money in the month this month but doesn't set us up for success in 1 2 3 years 44:47.85 Max Shank I Only ever wanted freedom from the time I was very young kid I didn't realize I also wanted love but I didn't really just I didn't see that path So I want love and freedom and money is really just a means to buy freedom. 45:04.39 mikebledsoe Is. 45:06.97 Max Shank And I think you you can have ah the most important thing is is fuck you money where you just have the freedom to say no to anything you have the freedom to say no to opportunities to requests to threats to. To whatever you're just like ah no and you don't even have to be ah like smarter once you get to that point you just it's like playing home run derby at that point. But there's no penalty for not taking a swing like you are just doing everything from that position of fuck you. So you don't have to um, be blinded by the lizard brain. You can really just let the wizard take charge there when you're in that fuck you money type of position now. There's another level which is fuck me money which is where you can like Torpedo. Yourself your street credibility. You can literally just say whatever you want, you can get excommunicated from society and then you'll like still be okay, um, and that's that's a whole other thing where people where people have so much. They're just like yeah I'll I'll totally destroy. Ah. Myself full on character assassination because I just don't care. 46:25.72 mikebledsoe Who was it Um, the guy who did all the virus software. Ah, ah, the kaffy I think I think he experienced that fuck me. Ah I mean I mean he did end up in he then and end up in jail. 46:34.33 Max Shank Mccaffy. Yeah yeah, guy was an animal that was a scary thing. 46:45.34 mikebledsoe But ah as a very interesting and anyone wants to go look up his story I don't know where to look it up because I've I've been following it from many different perspectives. But ah yeah, he's 1 of those guys that made fuck me money was living abroad and was. Pulling all sorts of shenanigans and even after his death. It looks like he's pulled some shenanigans. There's been things are being released in the wake of his death. So It's a. 47:05.00 Max Shank Ah. 47:12.45 Max Shank Yeah, apparently he had like a lot of information that was very incriminating about certain things within the United states and the the powers that be. 47:16.99 mikebledsoe Ah. 47:30.79 Max Shank As they say yeah. 47:32.89 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, so yeah I like that. Well I think um, you know, maybe that should be that could be a course fuck you money is ah it's a. 47:42.89 Max Shank Fuck you money I'm surprised. That's not already a thing because if you think about it. There is no other reason to get it like you people want security. Yeah, but freedom is the ability to say no, That's all. That's what freedom to me. That's how you could boil it down Freedom is the ability to say no because if you're addicted to something it means you're enslaved by it means you can't say no to it anymore whether it's a substance a person which is like a different type of codependency. Um, whatever. If You can't say no, you're enslaved and we're enslaved by all sorts of things and it's okay to be enslaved by you know I'm a slave to Oxygen and water and food. But I Really think the. Core of freedom is the ability to say no. 48:41.43 mikebledsoe Yeah I think that's that's a spot on I mean there's. 48:46.55 Max Shank We could call it. No thank you money if we wanted to have it be like a little bit kinder. 48:51.24 mikebledsoe If we can if we if we want to run ads to it on facebook. 48:55.58 Max Shank How to how to get? No thank you money. 48:59.74 mikebledsoe Ah, doesn't have the right ring man I'm not sure that's going to stick. Yeah, that's ah, that's an important thing and ah that freedom is the ability to say no, it's that's that's an extremely powerful comment. 49:03.59 Max Shank It's not the same as fuck you money. 49:18.91 mikebledsoe That's because it's not just about money having enough money to say no to anybody. That's that's definitely a lot of Freedom. The the freedom to say no somebody you know is wanting to do something to you or asking you to do anything the ability to say no is freedom if if you're being. If you if that the ability to say no is is removed then yeah, you're a slave makes perfect sense. Yeah. 49:47.16 Max Shank Substances and peep substances relationships too right? You know you get a you get a craving for the demon rum and you can't say no then you're not really free of it. 49:59.16 mikebledsoe Yeah, well, this also makes me think about boundaries and and ah and you know the word sovereignty comes up and it used to be that the only sovereign beings that existed on the planet were royalty and so there was. 50:15.11 Max Shank Center up. 50:18.20 mikebledsoe There's a couple of you know there's a family that were all sovereign which meant the rules didn't really apply to them and then there was everybody else that that was underneath them like that like the Queen of england still doesn't follow doesn't the rules don't apply to her to even to this day. So. Ah. 50:37.16 Max Shank Wouldn't it be amazing if she just started like a Jack the ripper like serial killing spree in England or something like that. She just went out and started murdering. 50:45.16 mikebledsoe I think she's on her last leg I don't know if that's gonna be possible, but ah, the well the idea of like I mean that was the the idea of the founding in the United states was more of bringing sovereignty to the individual and. When I think about. So yeah, it's all about saying no. 51:05.18 Max Shank It's all about saying no, it's all about resolving. It's all it's all about resolving conflict on an individual basis like the free speech is basically the right to say no firearms is basically the right to force the issue. No. 51:15.58 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, yeah, and well I think about Sovereignty I think about royalty and 1 of the things that that kings and. 51:26.38 Max Shank Even the third amendment even the third amendment is no. You troops can't stay at my fucking house. The fourth is no. You can't search my shit. The fifth is no I don't have to say a god damn thing like it's all about. 51:32.63 mikebledsoe Right? right? yeah. 51:43.28 Max Shank Freedom is all about no. 51:43.36 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah, you're right beautifully said so I think about Sovereignty I think about kings and queens and what do kings and queens have is they have a territory and they have boundaries and and those boundaries is. 51:56.79 Max Shank M. 52:02.55 mikebledsoe Are set and if you cross those boundaries you're going to suffer a consequence whether those boundaries be physical boundaries as in a physical wall around a kingdom or the boundaries of of we do this and we don't do though that you know if you break this rule if you pat cross this. Conceptual Boundary then you're going to experience some type of punishment and so ah I incur that I think a lot of people don't experience freedom or the degree of freedom that they could have simply because they don't know how to they don't even recognize their own boundaries. Ah, usually they don't recognize that their boundaries been crossed until after it's been crossed and it was crossed because they didn't know it was a boundary and so they never communicated it So It's it's your duty if you want to be free. It is your duty to. Communicate those boundaries in a way that people can hear them and then if they cross them after you tell them don't cross this boundary and that is impeding on your own on your shit then you know the use of force is is what may be necessary and is. 53:12.13 Max Shank Where do you think we got the phrase draw a line in the sand That's literally drawing a boundary as an actual line that you are drawing. 53:16.89 mikebledsoe Yeah, is there? Yeah yeah, you've crossed this line I'm gonna punch you in the throat. So. 53:29.14 Max Shank And what you said there is key to because it's not just for physical. It's for energetic stuff too and I'm I'm sure I've talked about this a few times most of the stuff you hear me say that sounds. Really wise or something I've probably written down like a Hundred times. So. It's not like I'm just coming up with this stuff off the cuff be like oh wow that guys. no no I just write down a lot of stuff. Ah energy vampireism. You know where people are trying to get free psychic energy from you from. Unloading all their problems on you trying to get sympathy or complaining or whatever. Ah, just like the mythology of um, actual vampires. They cannot come inside your house unless you invite them in same thing with energy vampires. Unless you invite it in they can't get any of that free psychic energy from you I'm notoriously bad at listening to complaining because I don't tolerate it I draw a boundary to it because on the 1 hand. Yes. Every complaint is a request. But if you actually have a request then it's not complaining anymore. You're asking for help. You're asking for advice I'm 1 hundred percent down to get with that. But I'm not going to be the I'm not going to be the victim of. 54:59.19 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 54:59.44 Max Shank Energy Vampurism and I think a lot of people don't draw those boundaries because they're afraid to they're afraid to just say stop. You know like I don't want you to keep talking at me like this because they're afraid like oh they won't like them anymore or whatever. 55:15.91 mikebledsoe Yeah, a lot of people I've had to learn how to draw boundaries people don't complain to me either. Um I've had family members start to complain to me. Ah, and I remember a few years ago I got very. Strict around the boundaries around that and there' was a couple of my my family members had reached out or I was having dinner with somebody and I was like I'm just not gonna talk about this? Ah, ah, yeah, I'm not gonna sit here and listen to um, gossip and and they go. You know of course and like I'm not gossiping I'm like it's gossip and I'm not gonna I don't participate in it and ah it it was jarring for them. Especially if you start setting boundaries that you did not previously set. 56:08.61 Max Shank That's gonna be a shock to the system. Whoa Whoa Whoa Man What changed I did I'm not sorry, but. 56:13.65 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, it's people will people have have cast you as a character in their movie and they expect that character to behave a certain way and when that character does something that's out of character it it ah causes a little. Little rift is it's like the glitch in the matrix. It's like they they start to see oh this is my movie just got fucking ah just jumped the frame I don't know what's going on and I feel threatened. You know a lot of people feel threatened by it because. 56:50.73 Max Shank They're totally hooked expectation exactly they're hooked on predictability. It's like that quote the only reasonable man I ever met was my tailor because he took my measurements anew every time he saw me. 56:51.38 mikebledsoe Their expectations aren't being met. 57:03.86 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 57:06.50 Max Shank Versus everyone else. They just have their memory like oh Mike acts like this and then you're like hey I don't act like that anymore and I'm like oh my God My illusion is shattered like I don't because your brain is such a prediction machine. 57:08.91 mikebledsoe And. 57:18.36 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, it makes me think about ah the time I saw I every once in a while I'll spend some time with my ah buddies from high school I'm in ah I'm in a text message thread. But with these guys and the lives that we're living are. Very different I won't I won't say they're as different as they as they could possibly be but they're incredibly different I've I've grown a lot in a different direction and sometimes I hang out with them and I can and they want to hang out and I go hang out with them and it's it's ah it's awkward. For them. Ah a lot of because I'm comfortable with me but they start treating me and talking to me about things that I used to care about or um, they they expected me to relate to them and in an agreement on things and then I don't agree. Ah. And I want to have ah a different com. You know I take the conversation in a surprising direction and I can just watch the discomfort seeping in it's like now that they they want to hang out but now they're looking forward to me leaving. 58:29.47 Max Shank I mean it sounds an awful lot like Gossip mike um I'm sure that I'm sure that. 58:35.95 mikebledsoe I bring it I bring it up I bring it up to like these are these are things to expect when you set new boundaries or when you experience growth and. 58:44.63 Max Shank Um, well when the tribe says yes and you say no, they're gonna go huh and so that's it's just another layer of freedom am I Free to say what I want am I free to do what I want and people are actually. 58:50.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 59:04.56 Max Shank Shockingly free we are we are part time enslaved because we got to work for the man ah percentage of the year but overall historically speaking we're like crazy free. 59:18.44 mikebledsoe Yeah, more more free than than ever before. Yeah, and then there's the yeah, the the ability to choose your freedom is extremely high. The amount of people that even understand how to choose that. That's. 59:20.15 Max Shank As free as you choose to be really. 59:37.56 mikebledsoe Seems to be pretty low. 59:37.91 Max Shank Well people enslave themselves with destructive behaviors way more than other people enslave them I mean I'm I don't I guess I'm not a hardcore libertarian I'm really more of an objectivist. I guess but I do believe in free choice being a better result than centralized control. Ah 99 percent of the time just because the risk reward's not good. Um, and where was I going with that saying that we're Better. Ah. Yeah, we are way more enslaved by our own choices within our own lives than we are by some external authority like we're slaves to food. We're slaves to media. We're slaves to a dopamine loop. Within our own mind. We're slaves to a cultural norm that probably sucks. It's like oh I've been conditioned to believe this is good. So now I'm going to sacrifice a lot. To get this result that I've been told is really good. Ah college student loans. Ah the concept of ah traditional marriage has positive and Negative. Um. It there. It just goes on and on and on and on and on and so it's tricky because drugs or addictions are a type of enslavement and it's where your choice gives you a result that you. Intellectually don't want but practically you can't avoid that whether it's um, scrolling Instagram or pornography or actual like heroin or crack or something like that. Never tried crack but I've heard It's really good people sacrifice a lot so they can keep doing crack ah food. 01:01:48.43 mikebledsoe I've heard. It's really good too I told I had someone once tell me, you should try a crack sometime just don't know where to get it more of it. You want to make sure that you only have 1 dose because if you know where to get more than you're fucked. 01:02:02.63 Max Shank Yeah, you and I are certainly not clever enough to find crack. Are you kidding me. 01:02:17.85 mikebledsoe Ah. 01:02:17.93 Max Shank I would have like a I would have like a boulder full of crack within 2 hours if it was like really the best thing ever a crack boulder but with food food and choice. That's why look I have this video. Ah. Does fasting solve everything and it's all about what we're talking about because food is the most interesting of all the drugs because it's the only thing you cannot completely abstain from like you cannot quit cold Turkey Cold Turkey It is impossible to have. 01:02:48.90 mikebledsoe Well. 01:02:56.49 Max Shank No food whatsoever. So you're always having some food imagine if you were like trying to quit heroin but you had to have like 1 hit a day just to survive that would be insane. So. 01:03:09.54 mikebledsoe I Think that's how it works after you get addicted. You can't go cold turkey with it. You have physical withdraws. Yeah yeah. 01:03:15.98 Max Shank Ah, heroin you mean I mean you can. It's just painful but like you could quit heroin cold turkey and never do it Again. Same thing with opiates same thing with ah like booze and stuff like that I mean it depends how far I'm not a doctor. So. If You're currently a heroin addict and looking for my medical advice then I would say look elsewhere. But. 01:03:37.30 mikebledsoe I Think there are other things you can do to win yourself off other than just stopping I think that's there's a safer. 01:03:42.44 Max Shank Yeah, oh totally. But it's possible to stop doing heroin completely once and for all like once you get to zero but you can't do that with food and that's why I have this video called does fasting solve everything because. 01:03:50.26 mikebledsoe Yeah, right. 01:04:01.14 Max Shank It's the core of hunger and it's the core of decision making and as I mentioned Hunger is synonymous with desire.. It's synonymous with pain right? So if you can get that choice under control I think it. Gives you the foundation to get all your other choices under control because it changes your relationship with hunger with pain with desire with motivation. 01:04:32.76 mikebledsoe Got it makes perfect sense. Go watch that video folks where is that video ton you? What do people search for does. 01:04:43.98 Max Shank It's on Youtube does fasting solve everything. It's on my youtube channel. 01:04:51.17 mikebledsoe This fasting solve everything anything else. You want to mention before we go. 01:04:54.64 Max Shank Um. I Mean we talked about a lot of stuff I I think I think we kept it pretty close to choices. Um, what are some of the big important things that we talked about we talked about. 01:05:01.60 mikebledsoe We did. There was a broad subject day. 01:05:18.87 Max Shank Ah, the difference between a good choice and a good outcome. We talked about the difference between deployment which is what you choose and when you choose it versus execution which is how you do it. We talked about offense and defense. We talked about being in. 01:05:33.25 mikebledsoe Offense and defense. 01:05:38.50 Max Shank Lizard Brain versus the Wizard Brain. We talked about how compassion is best found when you understand that everyone's doing the best they can based on how they think and feel at the time including yourself so you can forgive and accept yourself including all of your past decisions that. Retroactively you might label as mistakes I Just think ah. 01:05:59.40 mikebledsoe Yeah, we call ah and and the courses I teach I call that honoring self and honoring other honor yourself and and give yourself some grace and give yourself what you need in the moment so that you can show up the best you can possibly be honoring other is ah. 01:06:05.77 Max Shank Oh that's nice. 01:06:19.90 mikebledsoe Not assuming that you know what's actually happening in their experience and and and understanding they are doing. You know that they're probably doing their best and so you've got to give them the benefit of a doubt and when that happens it opens up communication to find out. Ah, to get to get more accuracy about what is their experience and usually once that door opens the understanding is a lot easier to come by. 01:06:47.64 Max Shank Man That's good. It kind of reminds me of something else which is wisdom is knowing yourself and acting accordingly and arrogance is thinking. You know what's best for other people. 01:07:01.74 mikebledsoe Simple, very simple. Ah and I like that like that a lot anything else I'm feeling I'm feeling complete this is ah. 01:07:04.10 Max Shank Simple. 01:07:12.52 Max Shank This was a lot of fun I'm feeling complete you complete me. Ah. 01:07:21.45 mikebledsoe Ah, ah, feeling complete. Yeah, we didn't have a we didn't have like a target to hit at the end of the show so going going off a feeling here. 01:07:28.19 Max Shank I I What are you talking about? what are you talking about? we spent an hour. We hit so many valuable points for how to make better choices. Are you kidding me. 01:07:36.19 mikebledsoe I agree I agree but I usually have in my head this this final target. We're gonna land on. He's like where well it's we. 01:07:44.43 Max Shank What do you want me to say what do you want me to say. 01:07:49.28 mikebledsoe We didn't plan it so there's no way to know it's that's I'm saying I have to go off a feeling at this point, there's no predetermined target. 01:07:54.73 Max Shank Um, I don't even I don't even know how we would come up with a target for the choice making podcast. 01:08:03.26 mikebledsoe I Know that's that's that's why we're here we we have to just choose in the moment. 01:08:08.82 Max Shank All right? Well you got so I'm I'm really noticing our mistake in our pre-show planning here so in order for you to feel fulfilled in order for me to satisfy you I need to know what you hope to achieve at the end of each podcast. So next week be sure to let me know exactly what you would like me to do for you by the end. 01:08:29.35 mikebledsoe Ah, he ah perfect. 01:08:35.10 Max Shank Um, ah ah you can find me at mashank dot com. How can they find you. 01:08:39.39 mikebledsoe All right? Where yeah we're besides that Youtube video where can people find you. 01:08:48.60 mikebledsoe Ah, on Instagram mike underscore bletzo and a reminder that I have the strong coach summit coming up in March the strongcoach dot com slash summit will get you more information. 01:09:01.58 Max Shank Boom. Thank you guys for listening. Love you. Mikey. 01:09:05.42 mikebledsoe Let me max.
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