Welcome to the Sprint to Profit Podcast for Amazon Sellers. Today we’re going to talk about one of the key areas that you will need to focus on to take your business from a one-person show where you do everything and scale only at your own pace into a full business where you have a team helping you to grow your business in ways that you didn’t know were possible. To get time freedom in your life, you will need to hire strategically in your business, and that means, you need to hire the best talent you can at key points in the business’s life cycle. We previously talked about the FREEDOM EQUATION (MONEY + TIME + ENERGY = FREEDOM). Neither time or energy are finite resources. You need to do something, which lets you recharge both of those things. One of the best ways to get more time and energy for this equation is to hire the right people to free up that time and energy for you. To get some FREE training on what it takes to have a successful business to fuel your lifestyle, head to www.goteamreal.com to download our FREE training today. Also head to www.goteamreal.com/income to download your free INCOME calculator. Talking Points: 00:23 - Hello and Welcome 05:30 - Breakdown of what we’re talking about today 07:25 - Set up processes that attract great talent every time 09:30 - Know what role you are hiring for and how to communicate that 13:00 - Being a creative leader for your business 15:15 - Be clear with your expectations and the visions of your company 16:45 - Hire employees who have potential and initiative 31:47 - Look in the right places for the best talent 35:21 - Have an onboarding and training process that sets employees up for success 38:30 - What you can do if you can’t afford a “big hire” yet 47:05 - Summary 47:50 - Conclusion Resources/Links: “Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork” by Dan Sullivan: https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151 “Clockwork: Design Your Business to Run Itself” by Mike Michalowicz: https://www.amazon.com/Clockwork-Design-Your-Business-Itself-ebook/dp/B078GDX7BP Money/Time Investment Tool: https://www.goteamreal.com/smartgoal Our Website: https://www.goteamreal.com/ Real Amazon Seller Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AmazonSellerRoundTable/ Quotes: “Hire someone who has the ability to do MORE than the job you’re hiring for.” - Kirsty “You also want to make sure you are looking in the right places to find the right people.” - Kirsty “You have to be very clear about what role you are hiring for, and the applicants should understand what they are applying for.” -
After two long years (for so many reasons), we've reached triple digits on a social experiment that has been equal parts illuminating, educational, inspiring, and hard work. This checkpoint gives us a good opportunity to view the collection of episodes as a library, a growing anthology of human knowledge and experience. At that elevation, it's a significant accomplishment and one we're proud to continue building on. To celebrate the milestone, we've put together a very special compilation episode which brings together a handful of our favorite stories and lessons from this past year. It wasn't easy. Each and every guest has been gracious to, oftentimes, reveal parts of their lives and careers that they've never talked about – sharing their wisdom and most deeply-held experiences so we can unpack them for the benefit of the community. Tune in to hear from ten guests as we weave a story through our 2021 content to pull out themes and overarching takeaways. Take notes, refine your mindset, laugh, cry – and feel more grounded in your own life and achievements, big and small. This episode is sure to bring you the full range of human experience, just like we drew it up. Featuring: [3:02] Chet Scott sets our intention for 2022 [6:40] Joe DeLoss asks why, and does the work to find the answers within himself [11:09] Howard Getson gets deep about love and its place in the world [14:24] Jeff Krasno shares an embarrassing story from his childhood [22:23] Dan Sullivan previews foundational wisdom from his latest book [27:45] Jordan Reeves sheds light on the LGBTQ+ point of view [32:56] Stephanie Hightower coaches us on modern workplace equity [36:40] Mark Goulston paints a picture of his mindset practice principles [42:04] Magie Cook's story goes from an orphanage in Mexico to Whole Foods [47:39] Katy Smith helps us realize the power in human experience To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://gravityproject.com/ (gravityproject.com) Resources: https://brett-kaufman.com/g82-chet-scott/ (82. A Heart Attack's Teachings: Finding Your Opus with Chet Scott) https://brett-kaufman.com/g76-joe-deloss/ (76. Hot Chicken is Good for the Soul: Business as Spiritual Nourishment with Joe DeLoss) https://brett-kaufman.com/g65-howard-getson/ (65. Love as Primary Energy: Simplification, Collaboration & Healing with Howard Getson) https://brett-kaufman.com/g73-jeff-krasno/ (73. Creating Identity Through Consciousness & Community with Jeff Krasno) https://brett-kaufman.com/g89-dan-sullivan/ (89. The Pursuit of Happiness & Measuring Progress Backward with Dan Sullivan) https://brett-kaufman.com/g-70-jordan-reeves/ (70. Living Outside the Box: Compartmentalizing Love & Acceptance with Jordan Reeves) https://brett-kaufman.com/g-70-president-stephanie-hightower/ (71. Clearing Life's Hurdles: Both Metaphorical & Literal with Stephanie Hightower) https://brett-kaufman.com/g87-dr-mark-goulston/ (87. Crafting a Michelangelo Mindset: Finding the Angel in the Marble with Mark Goulston) https://brett-kaufman.com/g52-magie-cook/ (52. The Ultimate Underdog: Rags to Riches & Nothing to Nobel Prize with Magie Cook) https://brett-kaufman.com/g57-katy-smith/ (57. Your Story Heals: Shining Light on Stories That Need to Be Told with Katy Smith) Gravity is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media).
You can make amazing money investing in commercial properties with triple net leases. Learn how from Matt Onofrio in today's podcast episode. Welcome to Pillars of Wealth Creation, where we talk about building financial freedom with a special focus in business and Real Estate. Follow along as Todd Dexheimer interviews top entrepreneurs, investors, advisers and coaches. Although Matt Onofrio is a rising star in Commercial Real Estate Investing, just a few years ago, he would have been considered an outsider. At 24 years old, Matt was one of the most highly trained anesthesia professionals in the world. Working at the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota he stood side-by-side with some of the planet's most talented surgeons. At 25, Matt dove head first into real estate investing, first into single-family rentals, and then quickly into triple net commercial real estate. Through self-discipline, books, podcasts, mentorship, masterminds, and a lot of hard work, Matt's personal holdings have gone from $0 to $100M in just five years. Today, at 30, he's not only an investor with a portfolio covering all CRE asset classes, he's an entrepreneur, developer, and author. Matt's goal is to empower and educate more people to create passive wealth through commercial real estate investments and help to break the stigma often associated with big commercial deals. From financing, taxes, mentorships, and more, Matt shows how someone from a completely different field can thrive in commercial real estate. To find out more, connect with him at his website, www.MattOnofrio.com. 4 Pillars 1. Passive income 2. Focusing on net worth 3. Think bigger 4. Leverage debt Books: Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy, The Insider's Guide to Triple Net Investing by Matt Onofrio, The Pumpkin Plan by Mike Michalowicz You can connect with Matt at www.wildmooseventures.com or www.MattOnofrio.com Interested in coaching? Schedule a call with Todd at www.coachwithdex.com Connect with Pillars Of Wealth Creation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/PillarsofWealthCreation/ Subscribe to our email list at www.pillarsofwealthcreation.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/PillarsOfWealthCreation
We're not always in control of the situations or circumstances we find ourselves in, but we can always choose how we respond to our experiences. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller discuss how you can deal with every negative experience in a positive way.
If you are looking to create more impact, productivity, and meaning in your business, personal, and professional life then this episode of 10xTalk is for you! The BIG Live Genius Network® Event is coming soon and we can't wait to see you there! Join us February 11-13, 2022 in Scottsdale, Arizona for the “BIG” return of the legend himself – Joe Polish. With incredible speakers including Derek Sivers, Chris Voss, Whitney Jones, and more. To reserve your spot, apply to attend at GeniusNetwork.com Here's a glance at what you'll discover from Dan and Joe in this episode: How to become more persuasive in business and life by selling yourself first Three important questions to ask yourself to increase your confidence and clarity Why only a few minutes a day being grateful will create more value and meaning in your life How to set up situations so you experience more measurable success and achievement A thinking process Joe followed that was responsible for over $1,000,000 in revenue One of the greatest abilities you have to develop if you want to save time and aggravation
Andrey Sokurec is the owner of Homestead Road, the largest real estate investment company in the Midwest that has done over 1,000 deals in 11 years. Andrey is also the author of the bestselling book, Total Financial Awakening, an educational novel that teaches financial independence through the life of a very well-paid executive. An immigrant from Belarus, Andrey is a perfect example of someone who sees through the capital code of capital hacking. Today, we're showing you that code and hopefully, you can crack it yourself. Andrey teaches how to achieve financial freedom when your passive income exceeds your current lifestyle and he also talks about the power of having a vision board, having a mentor, and asking for help. Reference Links www.andreysokurec.com www.homesteadroad.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sokurec Total Financial Awakening by Andrey Sokurec Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield Success Principles video The 4 Freedoms That Motivate Successful Entrepreneurs by Dan Sullivan
In my recent conversation with Cody May, my guest said something that really struck me as profound: "confidence is created through your ability to figure things out". Part of the reason why Cody's words stuck out to me so much is because as leaders, confidence is non-negotiable. This is a hard business, and the only way to attain and maintain success is by taking decisive action and truly committing to our goals. The question is, how can we build the kind of confidence required to make those commitments? In this episode, I'm sharing how I've grown my own confidence over the years, and how that's helped me build a life beyond my wildest dreams. You'll also learn; Dan Sullivan's 4 Cs that regularly inspire me How I got better at making good on my commitments to succeed The 1 thing that stops most business owners from developing their confidence If you want to continue the conversation, here's what you can do to get started today: 1. Subscribe to Real Estate Team Builders Podcast (https://bit.ly/2W9Cc3r) Learn real world solutions to the challenges we face as entrepreneurs navigating the changing landscape in the real estate industry. 2. Join our Private Community on Facebook (https://bit.ly/3i1FG0q) Network with growth oriented real estate agents and team leaders who are ready to make the shift from agent to business owner just like you. 3. Learn more about our NEW Graduate Program (https://bit.ly/3iJoETN) Impact driven coaching, training and implementation support to help you scale your business while working less hours. No risk. 100% results guaranteed! 4. Partner with Real Estate B-School at eXp Realty (https://bit.ly/3x2zoC7) Scale your business, expand your wealth and build massive residual income by partnering with REBS and eXp Realty. Connect with us on Social Media https://web.facebook.com/RealEstateBSchool/ https://www.instagram.com/realestate.b.school/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQb9X4jfexgj83_ms2WRZ7g https://www.linkedin.com/company/real-estate-b-school/ https://twitter.com/RealEstateBSch1
This is for you if you want to start, scale and exit your business and walk away with freedom of time, money, relationship and purpose, plus reinvent yourself in the process.One of the things Mike has noticed in meeting with thousands of founders over the years is they get to a point in their lives and businesses where they're just done.Done with government bureaucracy, employees, HR, talent and an ever-increasing hostility towards business and founders. (Can you tell Mike is a little biased?).On one hand, they want to stay active but they'd love to simplify their lives, reduce stress, maybe sell what they've built and “take some chips off the table”, have fewer moving parts and spend more time expressing themselves. An evolved human goes through FOUR phases in life; from being a human doing, to a human knowing, to a human being, and then a human expression. Let's talk about Founders and Exits.We'll get into the phases of:Preparing for an exit (so you can get acquired)What happens next (your reinvention + next half of life)Different exit models. (There are a few that Mike has been experimenting with that are super exciting, especially for founders.)Multiple ways to get paid (Mike came up with 7 different ways for one guy he talked about in this interview)If you're a founder and want to learn how to exit your business gracefully and profitably, listen to this episode.In Mike's opinion, Dan Sullivan lives in the world of human expression. In other words, he's in his genius zone pretty much all the time and has built his life around it. He has worked with 10s of 1000s of business owners, founders, and entrepreneurs over the past 30 years inside of Strategic Coach.Before Dan started Strategic Coach, he was a one-on-one coach. In those days, he wasn't thinking about an exit… all he wanted was to find an entrance and was using multiple credit cards just to get by.He decided to look at the coaching business in the broadest sense of the word; Self Improvement.It seemed to him that there were two distinct models. One is the “guru” or “dancing bear” model. This is based on personality and platform. Think Tony Robbins.The other is scalable. This is where you're teaching a system that other people can teach. (In Dan's case, it's a system of thinking from an entrepreneurial perspective. How you think about your complete life from the standpoint of freedom of time, money, relationship and purpose.) Dan says he was born without the “celebrity chip” and had no interest in being a “guru” but he was born with a keen interest in observing how people think about things that can be translated into thinking tools that other people can coach. So both temperamentally and from a strategic standpoint, he decided to focus on the teaching system model.He ended up building a company that evolves as he evolves and leaves behind a tremendous amount of IP (Intellectual Property). When it comes to “exit strategies,” Mike has studied and talked to hundreds of business owners and here are the consistent themes going on inside their heads;Number one is, “I don't feel like I'm making an impact or that I'm valued in my own organization.” Number two is, “I'm an expert and I've figured out how to overcome big life and business challenges. I know my experience will help people but how do I get my message out there to people that need my help? How do I go big? How do I grow an audience?”It's a longing and a loneliness. (You know the old saying, “it's lonely at the top.”) There's intellectual loneliness and financial loneliness, but there's also that soul value. It's hard to put your finger on but it comes back to purpose.In coach language, “how do I create lasting impact?” Number three is, “I've evolved as a human being and want to express myself creatively and be valued for who I am versus what I do or know. This isn't about me anymore. I have all the money I need. I want to make a difference.” Mike has found that the easy way to transition someone out is to give them this idea; While your business is running itself or while you're making a transition, find four to 10 people that you wish you could work with or could have helped but weren't able to because you were too busy.Then Mike always recommends creating a blended business model where you charge fees but it has to be enough of a fee that it makes them uncomfortable to ask for it. Mike usually has them start around $100,000 - $250,000. Once you start that conversation you open up possibilities and it forces them to really examine their unique abilities or superpowers and that's what you're selling. This is where folks get uncomfortable because they've been practicing their old “touchdown pass'' for 30 years instead of living into what they've evolved into. From an entrepreneurial standpoint, you have to have a different definition of what “exit strategy” means. Think of it like, you have maximized the value that you're getting out of your present stage of growth and now you're getting ready to exit into a bigger stage of growth.
How do you react when you have something NOT go your way? Does it throw you off? Ask yourself these 5 questions to shift into gain-based thinking. Another episode inspired by The Gap and The Gain: The High Achievers' Guide to Happiness, Confidence, and Success by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy.
A new year knocks on our doors but our business goal remains the same. Now, what about our game plan? Today, I welcome Sean Rosensteel back to the podcast to chat about how to kick some ass in 2022 and really drive growth in your business. Sean and I each share three ideas or areas that we're focused on as keys for success in 2022 each of which we discuss in detail. We share some strong opinions and differing ideas at times but are mostly aligned on what will and will not work this year. This conversation went so great that we felt we had to do a Part 2 and I am sure you will feel the same way so tune in now! We'll talk about: 1. Introduction [00:00] 2. The one thing our owners should be focused on for a great 2022 [2:21] 3. Crushing the new year by throwing out conventional wisdom [9:40] a. The amazing benefit of hiring contractors [12:21] 4. The #2 in Brett and Sean's 2022 Priority List [20:02] 5. Knowing what works best for your unique situation [26:18] 6. How stepping back to look into what you've already got can benefit you [31:10] Part 2 7. The “Who Not How” Concept [36:26] 8. Fine-tuning the messaging of your company [41:23] a. Sticking with the controlling idea of your company [48:34] 9. Getting a website that does its job with cost-effectivity [52:33] a. WordPress vs. Squarespace [54:04] b. It's all about lead generation and conversion [1:00:14] 10. Providing great customer experience in 2022 [1:07:23] a. Your process vs. what's right for your customers [1:14:00] 11. A couple of parting wisdom to live by for 2022 [1:15:27] Resource Links: Brett Trainor Website (https://bretttrainor.com/) Download Startup to Scaleup: A 4-Part Framework to Grow Your B2B Business to $10 Million (https://bretttrainor.com/resources/) Get a copy of Sean Rosensteel's book, “The School of Intentional Living” (https://www.seanrosensteel.com/) Tune in to B2B Zero to Ten Episode 129 with Sean Rosensteel: (https://bretttrainor.com/2021/11/17/podcast-ep-129-5-ways-digital-marketers-rip-off-business-owners-and-what-to-do-about-it-with-sean-rosensteel/) Tune in to B2B Zero to Ten Episode 122 with Sean Rosensteel: (https://bretttrainor.com/2021/09/29/podcast-ep-122-the-roi-of-building-hassle-free-websites-for-your-zero-to-ten-journey-with-sean-rosensteel/) Tune in to B2B Zero to Ten Episode 65 with Sean Rosensteel: (https://bretttrainor.com/2020/08/25/schools-in-session-intentional-living-is-the-key-to-real-success-with-author-sean-rosensteel/) Have a copy of Gino Wickman's Traction: Get a Grip On Your Business (https://www.amazon.com/Traction-Get-Grip-Your-Business/dp/1936661837) Have a copy of Bo Burlingham's Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big (https://www.amazon.com/Small-Giants-Companies-Instead-10th-Anniversary/dp/014310960X) Have a copy of Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy's Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork (https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork/dp/B08KYKR23H) Have a copy of Donald Miller's Building a Story Brand (https://www.amazon.com/Building-StoryBrand-Clarify-Message-Customers/dp/0718033329) About Our Guest: Sean Rosensteel is the owner of Savvy Pro Web, a company helping business owners build hassle-free websites that generate a steady flow of qualified leads. Sean is also the founder of The Intentional Living Academy and the author of “The School of Intentional Living”, a book that provides insightful tips on achieving goals in the most efficient way. Connect with Sean Rosensteel: Website: https://www.seanrosensteel.com/ https://www.savvyproweb.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanrosensteel/ Connect with me and learn more about growing your business: Email: BT@BrettTrainor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttrainor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySoKsETeKxu-Fnf2VfE7Gg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainorBrett Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brett_Trainor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bretttrainor/ If you liked this episode, please don't forget to tune in, subscribe, and share this podcast.
2021 was a transformative year for us. Jeremiah's spiritual awakening in June had a ripple effect, shifting the way we think about think success and forcing us to prioritize what matters most. We had the most rewarding year of our lives financially and deepened our relationship as a couple. And yes, we did fun things like buy Jeremiah's dream car and install a pool in our backyard. But we also realized that having things doesn't matter much if you're carrying trauma in your body, trying to outrun your pain. If you're measuring yourself against an ideal and never taking the time to BE. On this episode of Destined to Be, we reflect on what we've accomplished in the last 12 months, personally and professionally, explaining why we focused on energy, alignment and slowing down in 2021. We share what we learned about not taking things personally, making decisions from a place of faith and holding space for ourselves, each other and our children. Listen in to understand why we're focused on ‘living in the game' in 2022 and learn how to be happier NOW by measuring your success through the gain, not the gap! Key Takeaways Why we focused on energy, alignment and slowing down in 2021 Our biggest personal and professional accomplishments in the last 12 months How Jeremiah's team rallied around him through his spiritual awakening Why you can have everything you want and still be unhappy How we think about not taking it personally when people resist our growth How Jeremiah's beliefs around rest and success changed in 2021 What inspired Jeremiah's focus on ‘living in the game' in 2022 How trauma impacts our bodies and brains—and what to do about it What it looks like to hold space for yourself and other people Why it's crucial to have a relationship with your numbers (especially in business) What Mallory learned in 2021 about working with her feminine energy Dan Sullivan's theory of measuring success by the gain vs. the gap Connect with Jeremiah & Mallory Destined to Be Podcast Destined to Be on Instagram Jeremiah on Instagram Mallory on Instagram Level Up Entourage Facebook Group Text VIP to 586-600-8492 Resources Register for Men's Level Up VIP Dean Graziosi Adam Grant on Introversion Jim Fortin's Free Trainings Arete Syndicate The 12 Steps The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk, MD Kyle Depiesse on Destined to Be EP175 Jake Woodard on Masculine and Feminine Energy Entrepreneurial Operating System Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz Strategic Coach Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork by Dan Sullivan with Dr. Benjamin Hardy Dan Sullivan on Gap vs. Gain
If you know which asset class to focus on, investing in real estate can be more successful. Dive into this episode as Amanda Cruise talks about determining which asset class to focus on and why investing in mobile home parks can help you build wealth consistently.Key Takeaways To Listen ForWhy should you invest in mobile home parks?Things to consider before deciding to invest in real estateAdvantages of investing in a specific real estate nicheHow to start and ways to run mobile home parks efficientlyTips to have a work-life balance Best resources to propel your businessResources Mentioned In This EpisodeWho Now How by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin HardyAbout Amanda Cruise Amanda oversees all financials for Voyage Investing including underwriting potential deals, analyzing turnaround scenarios, and ongoing portfolio management. She also focuses on company outreach and relationship building with other active and passive investors. Outside of the investing world, Amanda has spent 12 years in the data analysis field. She currently manages a team of data analysts at a large U.S. credit card company.Connect with AmandaWebsite: Voyage InvestingInstagram: @voyageinvesting, @investingwithamandaTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
A lot of people think that self-confidence and self-esteem are one and the same, but there's an important difference. One is a fact, and one is nothing but a wish. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller discuss how to recognize the difference and how to make sure you have self-confidence.Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:• Why some people feel they have to make up a story about who they are.• The incredible benefits of measuring your progress accurately.• The problem with comparing yourself to others.• The simple, daily activity that means you're always accurately measuring your progress.• Why “self-esteem people” and “self-confidence people” don't like to be near each other.Show Notes:Speaks for itself: If you're doing things right, your self-confidence will tell your story.Function of measuring: Self-confidence is a function of measuring all your progress backward.Feel like losers: The reason people feel they need to go into self-esteem programs is because they feel losers.Constantly comparing: How people with self-esteem feel about themselves comes from constantly comparing themselves to other people.The better you'll get: The more you properly measure your progress, the better you'll get at doing so.Educational to see: It's educational for children to see how their parents are measuring their own progress.No independent basis: Some social media users are phenomenally insecure because they've never developed their own independent basis for measuring personal progress.Not much room: There's not much room for complaining when you're celebrating the wins.
How you feel about yourself can come down to how you're measuring your progress, and there's a right way and a wrong way to do it. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben Hardy discuss The Gap And The Gain™, the thinking tool they've turned into a major market book.Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:• Why measuring yourself against an ideal means you'll never be happy or satisfied.• How to gain an invaluable internal referencing system.• How to let yourself fully appreciate where you are.• What you need to do in order to be successful long-term.Show Notes:Against perfection: Going into “The Gap” comes from measuring yourself against perfection, whatever that is in your mind.Where you were: When you're in “The Gain,” it means you're measuring against where you were before in order to recognize your progress.Too many problems: Some books try to solve too many problems.Society and culture: Our society and culture train us to be in The Gap, not The Gain.Transform any experience: You have the ability to turn any experience into growth and progress.
You'll never accomplish anything...until you stick with something.Our guest for this episode, Joanne Olson, is an extremely driven mother, entrepreneur, runner, and coach. Follow along as we discuss how to use goals to accomplish hard things and to build your confidence!IDEAS FROM THIS EPISODEThe illusion of balance (2:43)Turning a dream into reality (7:19)The first marathon (11:20)The set-back is part of the come-back (17:30)Set personal long-term goals (21:38)You're stronger than you think (26:25)ACTION STEPSet one goal, and tell someone about it!SUPPORT THE SHOW!CLICK HERE to visit our Patreon - Idea Gym is independently funded - your support helps us bring you the content you love, ad-free!RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODEVisit Joanne's site!Download our Free 30 Day Action Calendar to get started on your future.As a thanks for listening, snag a FREE kindle copy of the best selling book The Gap and The Gain by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben HardyWHAT WE DOWe show dreamers how to turn ideas into simple daily actions. You already have all the info you need. It's time to ACT!We help you build confidence by...Providing ideas you can act on todayKeeping promises to yourselfTaking daily steps forwardCreating habits that improve your life and compound into resultsWHO WE AREWe are the action guides. Two family guys shortcutting success ideas into simple action steps that fit a busy life. We put the guru ideas and challenges to the test and modify them to fit any lifestyle. We believe in changeWe believe in the power of compounding daily habitsWe believe you can become the best version of yourself by acting with intention FOR MORE GREAT IDEAS - CONNECT, FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBEPodcast: Apple | Spotify | Google | WebsiteFacebook: @ideagympodcastInstagram: @idea.gymTwitter: @ideagympodcastThanks for listening! Idea Gym is individually funded and produced to be ad-free. We don't promote anything we don't use and love ourselves. You can support the show at our new Patreon linked on our website at Ideagym.info. You can also check out our favorite books list and snag your next great idea via Amazon affiliate links.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ideagympodcast)
Starting and scaling a company is hard enough. Imagine having to do it with more than one. It does seem to require a lot of effort but Ryan Kugler made this seemingly insurmountable feat achievable after growing his three companies to 7 figures. What makes this stint more interesting is he only has five full-time employees to run the three businesses which are all in different industries Learn how Ryan did it and what his biggest takeaways were by tuning in now! We'll talk about: Introduction [0:00] Ryan's first company and his decision to start another one [02:32] The rationale behind Ryan's small team for his “layered” company [04:43] How Ryan got started in the marketing industry [9:19] Opportunities that Ryan is looking into for his fourth business [11:39] Lessons that Ryan earned as he was growing his three companies [12:34] How Ryan allots time among his businesses in the new corporate setup [15:38] Expanding your company through delegation [18:22] Ryan's tactic of hiring two people to do one job [23:07] Tips for starting entrepreneurs from Ryan [25:35] Are you the idea guy or the execution guy? [30:34] Ryan's advice for businesses being held back by their owners' capacity [32:11] Resource Links: Brett Trainor Website (https://bretttrainor.com/) Download Startup to Scaleup: A 4-Part Framework to Grow Your B2B Business to $10 Million (https://bretttrainor.com/resources/) Ideal Content Website (https://idealcontent.com/) Plan B Distribution Website (https://aplanb.com/) A5 Events Website (https://a5events.com/) Grab a copy of “How to Plan, Produce & Distribute Your Independent Film” (http://ryankuglercom.wpengine.com/book/) “Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork” by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy (https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151) About Our Guest: Ryan Kugler is a multi-business owner with over 25+ years of knowledge & experience in Film Distribution and in the Wholesale/Retail Trade. Ryan is the President of A5 Events, president of Ideal Content, Executive Director of Say No To Drugs Race (Charity Run/Walk), and a past co-owner of DVA, Inc. Ryan also co-authored “How to Plan, Produce & Distribute Your Independent Film.” Connect with Ryan Kugler: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-kugler-8653265/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanjkugler Website: http://ryankuglercom.wpengine.com/ A5 Events: firstname.lastname@example.org Ideal Content: email@example.com Plan B Distribution: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with me and learn more about growing your business: Email: BT@BrettTrainor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttrainor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySoKsETeKxu-Fnf2VfE7Gg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainorBrett Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brett_Trainor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bretttrainor/ If you liked this episode, please don't forget to tune in, subscribe, and share this podcast.
The land is the baseline for all types of real property. Land itself is a valuable resource, and people can always change land use to be less or more profitable. Moreover, diving into land business is pretty passive and allows you to build cash flow. In this insightful session, let's explore how the industry works and the significant jobs plus critical points to consider before starting your land deals! RESOURCES: Who not How by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy Atomic Habits by James Clear The Landsharks Program
Human beings are constantly looking to improve their lives. Yet many struggle with how to measure progress. Have you ever wondered if you're measuring life in the right way? The BIG Live Genius Network® Event is coming soon and we can't wait to see you there! Join us February 11-13, 2022 in Scottsdale, Arizona for the "BIG" return of the legend himself - Joe Polish. With incredible speakers including Derek Sivers, Chris Voss, Whitney Jones, and more. To reserve your spot, apply to attend at GeniusNetwork.com Here's a glance at what you'll learn from Dan and Ben in this episode: Why measuring progress the RIGHT way can be the difference between happiness and unhappiness A simple concept you can utilize to better appreciate your personal and professional achievements How to continually feel good, grateful, and like you are making progress even when times are tough The secret high achievers use to bolster their motivation and experience greater confidence A simple mindset shift that will set you on a life-changing path to greater success and fulfillment
Worried about what 2022 is going to look like? Tune in as Ron and Heather analyzes some news about crime stats and interest rates, and share some tips that will help you plan the life you want and reach your goals. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE Why people need access to crime statistics Are interest rates going up in 2022? How to make things happen Why you should plan your business around family The importance of setting big goals RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE NeighborhoodScout MindMeister Who not how by Dan Sullivan CONNECT WITH US: If you need help with anything in real estate, please email: email@example.com Reach Ron: RP Capital Leave podcast reviews and topic suggestions: iTunes Subscribe and get additional info: Get Real Estate Success
How do you measure your progress?We are all constantly measuring ourselves and our progress in relationship to some goal or ideal of how you want your life to be. Do you look to where you wish you were and compare yourself to others or beat yourself up for past mistakes that you just can't get over? If you really want to do it differently in 2022 and actually have FUN achieving your goals, I have an amazing new tool to share with you called the gap vs the gain.This is a concept by Dan Sullivan and Ben Hardy in their book by the same title. This is changing the way I view my own business and life for the better. This will propel you into inspired action motivating you from feelings of gratitude and excitement, rather than comparison and willpower.And there is no better time than just before a new year to evaluate your gain and generate action from a better feeling emotion to do more easily.The Whip Up a Business Workshop is now OPEN for registration! If you are serious about starting a food business, this is EXACTLY the recipe for success!Head over to your favorite podcasting platform and search for Food Business Success, subscribe and listen (or visit the website for all the shows, show notes and transcripts).After you listen, head over to the private Facebook group and leave a comment in the podcast post a gain from this year related to your food business...I know you can find one, even if it is listening to my podcast :) If you have the nudge to start your packaged food business dream in 2022 there are two ways you can work with me, and they are time sensitive. Join Food Business Success; add your name to the waitlist for 2022Get 1:1 Business Coaching and full access to Food Business Success inside Sari Kimbell Coaching Food Business Success™ Facebook GroupFood Business Success™ YouTube ChannelFood Business Success™ Instagram & IGTVFor the full transcript of the episode and other links:https://www.foodbizsuccess.com/70
On this episode, I wanted to share two of the most powerful life practices I've implemented into my life from this past year: A gratitude practice Always measuring backwards I use The Five Minute Journal to help me with my daily gratitude practice. You can pick up a copy on Amazon or visit intelligentchange.com. I learned the concept of "always measuring backwards" from entrepreneur coach, Dan Sullivan. For more on the topic, pick up his book, The Gap and the Gain. Happy New Year!
We're back with another installment of Whiskey (or Wine) and War Stories with Dr. Aaron Nicholas and Dr. Mark Costes. In this episode you'll hear these guys talk about New Year's resolutions, and the use of routines for creating momentum. They also touch on some concepts from Dan Sullivan's The Gap and The Gain before getting into some tactical practice advice. Specifically, they discuss how we are always on stage when in the practice, the logistics of bringing in an auxiliary for IV sedation, and creating a cadence of conversation with new associates. EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.voicesofdentistry.com/ - use code "COSTES10" for 10% off! Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast Visit the Dentalpreneur Podcast website Write a Review on iTunes Dental Success Network
In this final episode of the 4-part series of me, Dave, and Richie discussing a chapter of my book: Owner Shift, we talk about chapter 25 called The Five Words. We talked about how "my future is my property" helped me understand how I can get the things or results that I want. Those five words changed the trajectory of my life and business. Show notes:[0:00] Intro[1:40] What chapter 25 is all about[6:30] Why Dave was happy about Dan Sullivan getting a chapter in my book and his takeaway[11:38] Richie getting surprised finding Mike at that point in his life despite his massive success[14:35] The dream[18:05] OutroCheck the accompanying blog post of this episode at: https://mikemalatesta.com/podcast/chapter-25-the-5-words-228/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/
Ever wonder how real estate business owners sky-rocketed their way to the top? When it comes to running a business, it takes a powerhouse of ridiculously great people who hold the same values to keep an empire of fortune. Assessing your employees and nitpicking the right individuals is vital in generating fruitful outcomes. The secret? Let's find out, in today's episode, as business guru Jay Niblick walks us through the ins and outs of profiling and understanding the dynamics of your team. Furthermore, Jay introduces us to the DISC plus profiling, which combines communication styles and your driving force to improve the well-being of the team that you are building. He then gives his two cents on how you can use business models and tools in navigating the gaps and holes in your company. Get your engines started for this jam-packed session! RESOURCES: DiSC Profiling The Emotions of Normal People by Dr William Moulton Marston Good to Great by Jim Collins Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy Wize Hire Jay's Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org REI Revive Chris Craddock
Do you want to live a healthier, longer life on purpose and not by accident but you aren't sure why or how? Come along for the ride. The BIG Live Genius Network® Event is coming soon and we can't wait to see you there! Join us February 11-13, 2022 in Scottsdale, Arizona for the "BIG" return of the legend himself - Joe Polish. With incredible speakers including Derek Sivers, Chris Voss, Whitney Jones, and more. To reserve your spot, apply to attend at GeniusNetwork.com Here's a glance at what you'll learn from Dan and Joe in this episode: How Dan landed on his plan for living to 156 and how you can live a longer, healthier life Declaring what you want your life to be like One thing you can do to feel a lot younger and positively transform your life The 3 main reasons people die and what to do (and focus on) instead Why it's important for Entrepreneurs to eliminate the idea of retirement How to live a more present life, expand your happiness and ensure your future is always bigger and better
Podcast Intro: Glenna Bedoya is very helpful to her community and has experienced so much growth as a Yoga Health Coach in the past two years. But with this success comes new and more challenging hurdles…. Sometimes it's just a matter of proper goal setting, getting into a healthier mindset, planning, and of course marketing! Listen in as Cate as she helps Glenna ask the right questions to find her next areas to grow herself, her community, and her income. What you'll get out of tuning in: How to create financial security as an entrepreneur and wellness pros. How to grow your wellness business. How to build trust out of sales-generating activities. Where to take action with your marketing messages. How to retrain your mind out of scarcity. Links/CTA: Glenna Bedoya Yoga & Wholebeing Ayurveda The Gap and The Gain by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy Highlights: Cate talks about shaking the underlying insecurity of financial targets. Learning to leverage yoga communities and beyond with marketing. Testing out different marketing messages. Timestamps: 3:45- Developing a long-term plan and budgeting along the way. 4:30- Structuring time and actions for growth 8:35- Questioning how to continually grow. 13:52- Leveraging the yoga community and beyond with social media. 17:40- Shifting out of the victim mentality to being in control of income. 19:24- Feeling gratitude for what's working and experiencing more abundance. 22:45 - Building trust through sales-generating activities. 25.43- Speaking to “The Gain” more in marketing. 26:20- Retraining the mind out of scarcity. 28:25- Habit, trigger, reward! Trust triggering to sales-generating activity. Quotes: “The mind finds loopholes and it just runs loops and those loops will keep you in the outdated pattern of thinking.” “If I want to experience growth in my business, I have to be open enough to listen to what's going on out there that I know about, and how can I address it in a way that really lands for people.” “The answer is always more planning, reset the focus, up the game, and just create and keep working the plan.” “One of the most fun things about being an entrepreneur is that you are in control of income” “Do people a favor and be able to be found. Do people a favor and reach out.” Guest BIO: Glenna Bedoya Greetings. I'm Glenna, a St. Louis based yogi, teacher, Ayurveda Health Coach, Reiki Master, and Somatic Dance Guide. I'm here to guide you into your deeper knowing and the great potentiality of living your best life.
Have you had the feeling where you woke up one day, in a nice house, nice bed, turn on your new phone, look at social media, scroll through them, and you say to yourself, "My Life Suck!" Well, no more! In this episode, Dr. Benjamin Hardy, an organizational psychologist, and bestselling author sat down with me on Zoom, and we talk all about dealing with negativity and self-doubt.Of course, we also talked about his new book, The Gap and The Gain as well!Listen to the episode where Dr. Benjamin will share the techniques of improving your life by being grateful, and appreciative! Mentioned in the podcast: Dan Sullivan, Tucker Max, David GogginsMy new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book!Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts:Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify Follow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
There are many overlaps between entrepreneurship and both American business and American politics. Dan Sullivan, Steve Krein, and guests Matthew Pinsker and Howard Getson discuss the entrepreneurial mindset and structures displayed by Abraham Lincoln and other former U.S. presidents. In This Episode: Coincides with revolutions: We attribute greatness to some presidents partly because their emergence on the national scene coincides with industrial revolutions. Loved technology: Abraham Lincoln was a person who loved technology and was quick to adopt it. Future-oriented: One of the reasons Lincoln was so anti-slavery is because he was future-oriented. Entrepreneurial throughout: Lincoln used an entrepreneurial framework and mindset before, during, and throughout his presidency. Mistaken belief: It can be a mistaken belief to think that you have something figured out because you've done it many times. Seems pretty crazy: A lot of what turns out to be genius initially seems pretty crazy. Legal and political: Technology only makes its way in the world based on good legal structures and political encouragement for breakthroughs. Based on benefits: You can only sell something based on the benefits that the end user receives. Adopted wins: It isn't the best technology that wins; it's the one that's adopted. Personal and professional: The personality you choose to use in your personal life should be different from the one you choose to use in your professional life. Have consequences: Actions have consequences, but so do inactions. One key: One of the keys to successful entrepreneurship is staying in the game.
Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify How can we help ourselves define what "enough" is? I have struggled with this question personally, along with many people that I care about and work with. So how would knowing the difference between an ideal and goals help us to answer this question? Kim Butler, the founder of Prosperity Thinkers and an affiliate coach with Strategic Coach, elaborates on the financial and mental constructs we build to achieve the freedom we desire in our lives. Kim's money journey began on her farm, where she and her sister looked after their dairy cows. This responsibility instilled in Kim a desire to take ownership of her life, a love for savings, and an entrepreneurial vision. Our conversation centers around two books written by Strategic Coach founder Dan Sullivan; Who Not How and The Gap and The Gain. Both books identify how we need to re-evaluate our personal and financial lives by understanding how our vision for life differs from the goals that we set. Our ideal life is like the horizon, always in the distance and something we strive to achieve, while our goals are the measurable actions we need to take to help take us in that direction. However, measuring our progress by looking backward and not forward is a key concept in helping us bridge the Gap and live in the Gain! Be sure to check out the show notes which are full of the valuable resources that we talked about and more. Please enjoy my conversation with Kim Butler. For show notes and resources discussed in this episode, visit tammacapital.com/51. For more episodes, go to tammacapital.com/podcast. Follow Paul on Facebook and LinkedIn. And feel free to email Paul at email@example.com with any feedback, questions, or ideas for
Want to avoid mistakes in Long Distance Investing? Download your FREE document at billykeels.com/7mistakestoavoid Going Long Podcast Episode 169: Education, Action & Effective Networking for R.E.I. Success In the conversation with today's guests, Charlie Wessel, you'll learn the following: [00:14 - 03:53] Show introduction with comments from Billy. [03:53 - 06:45] Guest introduction and first questions. [06:45 - 12:27] The backstory and decisions made that led Charlie to this point in his journey. [12:27 -17:48] Why Charlie invests long distance and outside of his home state in Real Assets, instead of just actively investing in his local market location. [17:48 - 23:15] What it was that really helped Charlie to feel comfortable enough to take action with long distance investing. [23:15 - 28:35] How Charlie got into capital raising specifically after already being active in real asset investment in general. [28:35 - 31:19] How Charlie makes use of virtual assistance to make the whole process run smoothly and efficiently. [31:19 - 35:00] The due diligence process that Charlie uses to make sure an operator is the right person to ensure an investment deal will be successful. Here's what Charlie shared with us during today's conversation: Where in the world Charlie is based currently: Charleston, South Carolina. The most positive thing to happen in the past 24 hours: Some new investors reached out meaning some deals could be made! Favourite European City: Fife, Scotland. A mistake that Charlie would like you to learn from so that you don't have to pay full price: Just keep going, and don't give up! Book Recommendation: Who Not How, by Dan Sullivan. Be sure to reach out and connect with Charlie Wessel by using the info below: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-wessel-a50b1a15a Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charleswessel23/ Website: https://www.cordellcapital.com/ To see the Video Version of today's conversation just CLICK HERE. How to leave a review for The Going Long Podcast: https://youtu.be/qfRqLVcf8UI Start taking action TODAY so that you can gain more Education and Control over your financial life. Do you want to have more control and avoid the mistakes that I made getting started in long distance investing? Then you can DOWNLOAD the 7 Mistakes to Avoid in Long Distance Investing Guide by clicking HERE. Be sure to connect with Billy! He's made it easy for you to do…Just go to any of these sites: Website: www.billykeels.com Youtube: billykeels Facebook: Billy Keels Fan Page Instagram: @billykeels Twitter: @billykeels LinkedIn: Billy Keels
Whenever we want to achieve something...it's easy to do something for a day or a week, but making it part of who we are is HARD.Join us in today's episode as we talk about the future of Idea Gym -- a new focus on things that make an action "sticky", and give it the power to shape your moment, your day, and your life.ACTION STEPWe want your help! Let us know what you think about the name change and focus shift!SUPPORT THE SHOW!CLICK HERE to visit our Patreon - Idea Gym is independently funded - your support helps us bring you the content you love, ad-free!RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODEVisit Rob's Site!Download our Free 30 Day Action Calendar to get started on your future.As a thanks for listening, snag a FREE kindle copy of the best selling book The Gap and The Gain by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben HardyWHAT WE DOWe show dreamers how to turn ideas into simple daily actions. You already have all the info you need. It's time to ACT!We help you build confidence by...Providing ideas you can act on todayKeeping promises to yourselfTaking daily steps forwardCreating habits that improve your life and compound into resultsWHO WE AREWe are the action guides. Two family guys shortcutting success ideas into simple action steps that fit a busy life. We put the guru ideas and challenges to the test and modify them to fit any lifestyle. We believe in changeWe believe in the power of compounding daily habitsWe believe you can become the best version of yourself by acting with intention FOR MORE GREAT IDEAS - CONNECT, FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBEPodcast: Apple | Spotify | Google | WebsiteFacebook: @ideagympodcastInstagram: @idea.gymTwitter: @ideagympodcastThanks for listening! Idea Gym is individually funded and produced to be ad-free. We don't promote anything we don't use and love ourselves. You can support the show at our new Patreon linked on our website at Ideagym.info. You can also check out our favorite books list and snag your next great idea via Amazon affiliate links.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ideagympodcast)
The 5 Components to a Successful Practice Episode #361 with Dr. Len Tau Do you want to be the person who loves going to work every day? With a few changes to your thinking, you can! In today's crossover episode, Kirk Behrendt and Dr. Len Tau talk about the five components you need to achieve a better practice and better life. A successful practice doesn't have to mean long hours, drama in the office, and no work-life balance! To find out how to overcome these challenges you may have, listen to Episode 361 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: Create a plan and stick to it. Have a function accountability chart. Use metrics and data. Surround yourself with the right people. Be clear about your core values. Have systems and checklists for everything. Quotes: “You don't have any rules. You can set your own rules. You don't have to go into insurance if you don't want to. You can do anything you really want when it comes to your dental practice. But it's amazing to me, over the years, how many people have not wanted to go into solo practice, and they wanted to join a group practice, they wanted to join a DSO, they wanted to be an associate. They don't want the freedoms that dental practice ownership allows.” (7:11—7:35) “Yes, running a dental practice is not the easiest thing. You have patient issues, you have money issues, you have staff issues. There are so many complexities to running the business. But it gives you the freedom that most professions don't give you.” (7:35—7:47) “Everybody's got to have a plan, an “A” plan, your one-page strategic plan.” (17:36—17:41) “You're going to run into what's called the ceilings of complexity, Dan Sullivan called that years ago, where you just can't do any more. And what you have to do as an entrepreneur is you've got to make them simple again. Now, “simple” is not “easy.” It's not. Simple requires thinking. It requires all of this. And on your plan, when you're thinking about your future as a dentist, it's got to be thought out really well.” (19:22—19:42) “There's never, ever, ever, ever, ever a reason to see a patient after 5:00. You can't give me one. Because if you see a patient after 5:00, that screams to me you don't give patients a good enough reason to come in the hours before 5:00, which screams to me also you don't value what you do.” (23:01—23:19) “You've got to have metrics. You've got to have KPIs (key performance indicator).” (25:20—25:23) “You're never looking for perfect. You're just looking for progress.” (26:48—26:51) “We don't have to be perfect. It's called dental practice for a reason — because you don't have to be perfect at it.” (27:24—27:29) “What's your PPV (production per visit) as a practice? You already know what it is. So, if it's $421 an hour, we're going to go to $435. It's not about money. A lot of times, it's about scheduling. It's about being a little bit more efficient. When you go over to $435, it has a dramatic impact to the rest of the formula.” (29:49—30:09) “A second [leading indicator to know] would be number of visits a dental practice has in a month, whether it be through hygiene, doctor, whatever. If you have 310, we go to 325. You're now multiplying those two numbers, which has an exponential impact on the outcome. (30:09—30:25) “It's very important to know your gross and net collections percentage. People always say, ‘Well, my collections are 100%.' Well, you're collecting 100% of what you could collect. But I really want to know the discrepancy between what your gross production is and your actual collections, because that tells me everything. Because you might be at 99% or 102%. That's awesome. But what you don't know is that your real collections percentage is 66%, which means you write off a third of all that you do — which means you work one out of every three days for free.” (31:09—31:42) “What I talk to people about is, ‘I'm so busy, and I take all these PPOs.' So, my thing to them is, ‘Well, look at the...
When it comes to finding deals, Jake Harris likes to go granular on his market research. By deep diving on the details of potential properties, he's been able to source deals before others can spot them. In this episode, Jake reveals the strategies he uses to find killer deals and how he stays ahead of the competition. Jake Harris Real Estate Background Current career: Full-time managing partner of private equity real estate firm, Harris Bay Harris Bay process: “fundamental opportunistic and value add investment strategies.” Portfolio: 150,000,000 in AUM; 200M in development pipeline Has over 20 years of experience in real estate & construction and investment management. Actively involved in CREI Involved in multifamily, office, land, and hotel developments. Based in Tahoe, CA Say hi to him at: www.catchknives.com Best Ever Book: The Gap and The Gain: The High Achievers' Guide to Happiness, Confidence, and Success by Dan Sullivan. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Deal Maker Mentoring | PassiveInvesting.com | FollowUp Boss
In today's episode, Scott Levesque applauds Senator Dan Sullivan for his leadership on S.J. Res. 29, a resolution repealing the Biden "V" mandate. Also, he discusses a recent poll which shows Biden at 22% and Harris at 12%. Finally, he looks at the Build Back Better Act, which has a few trojan horse amendments from the PRO Act. All that and more!
Chelsea Myers is founder and CEO of Dental Life Coach, a firm that focuses on entrepreneurial intelligence for dentists in DSOs. Chelsea started at Wells Fargo working on building self confidence for leaders and peers. She slowly realized she had a knack for creating frameworks and motivating teammates, so she set out to start her own coaching firm. In this episode, Chelsea talks about getting past limiting beliefs, creating financial goals, the importance of physical health on job performance, and her own heart throbbing story about mental health. Book recommendations: Anything by Dan Sullivan, As a Man Thinketh Get in touch: www.dentallife.coachIf you need help finding the perfect location or your ready to invest in commercial real estate, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up for a FREE vulnerability analysis and lease renewal services View our library on apple podcasts or REUniversity.org.Connect on Facebook. Commercial Real Estate Secrets is ranked in the top 50 podcasts on real estate
Tom Burns is an entrepreneur and an orthopedic surgeon in Austin, Texas. He is currently a physician for the United States Ski Team and travels worldwide with them. He has over 25 years of real estate experience with multiple asset types. In addition to co-founding and managing a free-standing full-service hospital, he has acquired and developed $400 million of real estate locally and internationally. He is also the author of Why Doctors Don't Get Rich. Tyler and Tom discussed why doctors (and many high-income earners) don't get rich, Tom's path to passive income, what it takes to be wealthy-minded, HUD loans and more. Highlights include: Tom's trajectory of learning and pursuing real estate investing while working as a physician Tom's experience of buying the first-ever purchased Rich Dad, Poor Dad book, and his meeting with Robert Kiyosaki Why doctors don't get rich trading time for money The simple, yet hard-to-execute traits of the wealthy-minded Acknowledging that off-market deals aren't necessarily great deals The nuances, benefits and downsides of FHA HUD loans, including 223(f) and 221(d)(4) How Tom's team structures private equity Why Tom's team likes the build-to-rent space Why you need to surround yourself with people who are smarter than you Connect with Tom: Website: http://www.richdoctor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-burns-9744304/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tomburnsmd The following books were mentioned in the show: 7 Steps to Creating Wealth on a Busy Schedule Why Doctor's Don't Get Rich by Tom Burns Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy Atomic Habits by James Clear Goals by Brian Tracy The Gap and the Game by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor Are you a real estate investor looking to elevate your income, freedom & lifestyle? If so, optimize your daily performance by downloading our free guide, Raising the Bar - 5 Steps to Elevate Your Habits, at elevatepod.com. In this guide, created by your host Tyler Chesser, you'll learn why you do what you do, how to easily institute cues in your environment to trigger desired behavior, directly applicable steps to create a fulfilling future and much more. Get your free copy at elevatepod.com and kick-start your new habits today. Your future self will thank you! This episode of Elevate is brought to you by CF Capital, a national real estate investment firm. CF Capital's mission is to provide property investment and asset management solutions to help investors like you maximize their returns by investing in high-value multifamily communities. If you are looking for risk-adjusted alternative investments in quality apartment communities, and are seeking tax optimized cash flow with appreciation upside without all the hassle of management, you might benefit from learning more about investing alongside our team. You're invited to reach out and learn how you can invest with us by visiting cfcapllc.com. We're also currently offering a free ebook called The Bottom Line - 10 Ways to Increase Cash Flow in an Apartment Complex. Whether you're a new or an experienced investor, we're confident you'll find massive value in this resource. Get your free copy today at cfcapllc.com.
Episode Notes: Today I want to talk to you about finishing up 2021 and looking forward to getting a jump start on one 2022 goal. I am discussing how to close out the year, how to set goals for next year and the most important thing to consider when creating your future self. Don't miss out on the free upcoming coaching and connection call this Saturday 12/4 at 10am. In this episode: Looking back on November Creating a new goal for 2022 Importance of knowing your reason why Dan Sullivan - your future is your property Joe Dispenza - creating from your future The importance of feeling into you future Visualizing the path - Mel Robbins Free Coaching call - 12/4/21 10am EST - www.michellebourquecoaching.com
Every entrepreneur has developed certain mindsets, but some of those mindsets result in unnecessary stresses. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller explain the benefits of being able to ask the right questions and of recognizing that the world wasn't created for you.Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:• Why you don't need to know the answers if you know the right kinds of questions.• How you can fine-tune your questions over time.• Why answers have a shelf life.• Why many people are bothered by circumstances in the world.• The freedoms you can gain by not feeling entitled.• Why people who feel entitled are the least likely to give anything back.Show Notes:Unless you ask: You can't access someone's answers unless you ask them your questions.The only expert: Each person is the only expert on their own experiences, but that doesn't mean they're experts on putting their experiences together.Think new thoughts: If you connect past experiences you've had, you'll think new thoughts as a result.Set for life: Human experience tends to be constant, so if you get a handle on the kinds of experiences that are really important to people, you're set for life.Change your interpretation: The past is done, but you can change your interpretation of it.Can't complain: If you recognize that the world wasn't made with you in mind, you have no basis to complain about how things are.Right to rearrange: You have the right to rearrange things to suit you, and so does everybody else.Creative mode: If you have a habit of complaining, that makes it difficult to shift into creative mode.
"IF YOU WANT IT...You can have it, you just have to be willing to do the work."Our special guest for this episode is Rob Cook, an accomplished financial advisor and host of the podcast Contenders Wanted.Listen in as we talk with Rob about setting a financial strategy that will lead to financial freedom, and how to use wholistic wealth management to begin building your financial legacy!ACTION STEPWrite down just 1-3 things that are your top priorities for the day, and just focus on those. Consider yourself a success if you get any or all of those done.SUPPORT THE SHOW!CLICK HERE to visit our Patreon - Idea Gym is independently funded - your support helps us bring you the content you love, ad-free!RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODEVisit Rob's Site!Download our Free 30 Day Action Calendar to get started on your future.As a thanks for listening, snag a FREE kindle copy of the best selling book The Gap and The Gain by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben HardyWHAT WE DOWe show dreamers how to turn ideas into simple daily actions. You already have all the info you need. It's time to ACT!We help you build confidence by...Providing ideas you can act on todayKeeping promises to yourselfTaking daily steps forwardCreating habits that improve your life and compound into resultsWHO WE AREWe are the action guides. Two family guys shortcutting success ideas into simple action steps that fit a busy life. We put the guru ideas and challenges to the test and modify them to fit any lifestyle. We believe in changeWe believe in the power of compounding daily habitsWe believe you can become the best version of yourself by acting with intention FOR MORE GREAT IDEAS - CONNECT, FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBEPodcast: Apple | Spotify | Google | WebsiteFacebook: @ideagympodcastInstagram: @idea.gymTwitter: @ideagympodcastThanks for listening! Idea Gym is individually funded and produced to be ad-free. We don't promote anything we don't use and love ourselves. You can support the show at our new Patreon linked on our website at Ideagym.info. You can also check out our favorite books list and snag your next great idea via Amazon affiliate links.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ideagympodcast)
Order my new book: The Pursuit Of Excellence https://bit.ly/excellencehawk Text LEARNERS to 44222 for more... Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and the author of Willpower Doesn't Work and Personality Isn't Permanent. He also co-authored Who Not How with Dan Sullivan, which sold over 120,000 copies in the first 4 months of publication. Their most recent book is called, The Gap and The Gain. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Harvard Business Review, the New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, and many others. For several years, he was the #1 most-read writer on Medium.com. Notes: The broaden and build theory — Dr. Barbara Fredeickson — shows that positive emotions are the starting point of learning, growth, and high performance “Competing against someone else puts you in the gap. Your happiness as a person is dependent on what you measure yourself against.” More specifically you measure your own gains, rather than worrying about other people. When we measure ourselves against that ideal, we're in "the GAP." However, when we measure ourselves against our previous selves, we're in "the GAIN." "This one simple concept is a masterclass on positive psychology, healthy relationships, mental well-being, and high-performance. Everything that psychologists know about how to create a high-functioning and successful person can be achieved using The GAP and the GAIN." Who Not How -- Life is about surrounding yourself with the right WHO's. Who are the WHO's in your life to help you achieve what you want? “Surround yourself with people who remind you more of your future than your past. —Dan Sullivan” Commitment creates freedom -- Once the decision is made, then you can focus on the work. I like thinking of it that way and in a way it frees your mind when the decision, the commitment has been made. “Your behavior doesn't come from your personality. Rather, your personality is shaped by your behavior. When you act a certain way, you then judge yourself based on your actions. Hence, you can quickly alter your identity simply by altering your behavior.” “The belief that you cannot change leads to a victim mentality. If you are determined by nature to be what you are, then there is nothing you can do about your lot in life. Conversely, the belief that you can change leads you to take responsibility for your life. You may have been born with certain constraints, but you can change those constraints, allowing yourself to improve and grow.” “Don't join an easy crowd; you won't grow. Go where the expectations and the demands to perform are high. —Jim Rohn” “You are never pre-qualified to live your dreams. You qualify yourself by doing the work. By committing—even overcommitting—to what you believe you should do.” “You shape the garden of your mind by planting specific things from your environment, such as the books you read, experiences you have, and people you surround yourself with.” “True learning is a permanent change in cognition and/or behavior. In other words, learning involves a permanent change in how you see and act in the world. The accumulation of information isn't learning. Lots of people have heads full of information they don't know what to do with. If you want to learn something quickly, you need to immerse yourself in that thing and immediately implement what you're learning.” “You need to deepen the quality and intimacy of your relationships with other people. Our culture is being shaped to isolate us more and more from each other. Addiction is becoming an epidemic. When you have deep and meaningful relationships, your chances of unhealthy addiction are far less. The following are four principles for overcoming harmful defaults in your environment.”
Today, I'm diving into the #1 blocker that keeps businesses from getting to the $10-Million revenue which is.. the owners' capacity. No matter how good you are at growing your business on your own, there will come a time that you'll have to go beyond yourself. And what's great about it is you don't have to overcome that learning curve by yourself. Join me in this episode as I help you figure out how you can conquer this obstacle. If you have any questions regarding growing your business, drop a comment and I will try to answer them in the upcoming episodes. Resource Links: Brett Trainor Website (https://bretttrainor.com/) Download Startup to Scaleup: A 4-Part Framework to Grow Your B2B Business to $10 Million (https://bretttrainor.com/resources/) “Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork” by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy (https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151) Connect with me and learn more about growing your business: Email: BT@BrettTrainor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttrainor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySoKsETeKxu-Fnf2VfE7Gg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainorBrett Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brett_Trainor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bretttrainor/ If you liked this episode, please don't forget to tune in, subscribe, and share this podcast.
Are you experiencing overwhelm and anxiety? Or do you feel you have goals, and when you reach these goals, you don't stop long enough to celebrate because you're already off trying to accomplish the next goal? Monette recently learned this way of operating our lives is living in the gap. In this episode, Monette shares a new idea she recently learned and is applying in her life and encourages you to get the book “The Gap and the Gain” co-authored by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy. She strongly feels you will be thanking her for suggesting this book.
If there's a business book out there, chances are Chris Cooper's read it. That's good news for you, because it means you don't have to guess which ones are worth your while. Here are Chris Cooper's top reads — books that actually made a measurable difference in his business — from 2021, as well as which ones you can stand to skip.Links:Incite TaxDriven NutritionGym Owners UnitedTimeline:1:49 – “$100M Offers: How to Make Offers So Good People Feel Stupid Saying No” by Alex Hormozi.3:06 – “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg McKeown. 4:50 – “Steal the Show: From Speeches to Job Interviews to Deal-Closing Pitches, How to Guarantee a Standing Ovation for all the Performances in Your Life” by Michael Port.6:24 – “Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day” by Jay Shetty.7:40 – “The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win” by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.10:01 – “Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life” by Jordan Peterson.11:44 – “Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork” by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy.14:29 – “Get Different” by Mike Michalowicz.16:13 – The books you can skip from 2021.
In today's episode, Scott Levesque discusses the REAL numbers behind Alaska's case counts, Dan Sullivan joins 49 Senate Republicans to challenge Biden's C-19 mandate, and the Alaska economy is slow...REAL slow. All that and more!
Have you ever set goals that you thought would deliver you pure happiness once you achieved them – just to work hard, achieve them, and move on to the next without giving yourself a chance to feel fulfilled or celebrated? We all have and it's something we should work out of our productivity-laden routines.How might we create more sustainable happiness on our road to achievement? Dan Sullivan has been working with business owners for decades under the program, The Strategic Coach, and was one of the pioneers of the coaching industry. We have a conversation around what it means to shift your perspective so you get out of the gap of dissatisfaction and live in the gain – where happiness lives.We're always looking forward to the next goal, but we don't give ourselves the chance to celebrate the successes we've had. This is common among ambitious people. The problem with this is that it undermines our happiness in the long run. Backed by his world-class expertise and experience in the field, Dan helps us lay the groundwork for this profound shift toward fulfilment. Do you have an opportunity to shift more toward the gain? If you're like most ambitious people, the answer is yes. What's The ONE Thing you can do, such that by doing it, would make living in the gain easier or unnecessary?To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/pods.In this episode, you will learn...[02:27] What the gap and the gain is[10:35] Why most high achievers don't celebrate how far they've come[16:48] How to shift from the gap to the gain[25:00] The importance of finding the right people[39:27] The difference between courage and confidence[44:12] What happens when we live in the gainLinks & Tools From This Episodestrategiccoach.comRead: The Gap and the Gain--Getting things done is a challenge everyone struggles with.One way to tackle this is to make sure you have the right tools for you and your computer. That means having the right apps. The problem is not all apps do what they promise. It's easy to install a bunch of them, sign up for accounts, and then never use them. Setapp is on a mission to help users get more done by curating and recommending the right apps for you so that you can focus on your work.Go to setapp.com to try it, free, for a week. Plans start at as low as $9.99/mo.--Do you sometimes wish your home were smarter?Somfy is an organization that creates motorized solutions that automate and connect blinds, shades, blades, rolling shutters, and so much more. Controlling the light that enters your house should not be such a hassle. Create your ideal smart home through Somfy.You can learn more or connect with a dealer by visiting somfysystems.com/podcast.
In today's show, Pancham interviews Giuseppe Grammatico - franchise advisor, consultant, speaker, author of Franchise Freedom: A New Manifesto For Your Financial And Time Freedom, and host of the Franchise Freedom Podcast. Have you ever thought of owning a business but aren't sure if it's the right fit for you? Wanting to start a business but doesn't want to start from the ground up? Do you want another source of income wherein systems are already set up and you just need to follow certain procedures? Well, franchising may be the answer to all of your questions! Join us in today's episode as Giuseppe provides you a glimpse of the business world as he shares his expertise on franchising! He'll simplify the process of franchising as he discusses how you can get started with owning one, why researching every single franchise is not gonna work, and why you should find a franchise that matches your character! Listen and enjoy the show! Quote: “A franchise is a great way to have this support system which can turn into other things.” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:28 - Pancham introduces Giuseppe to the show 2:52 - How he realized that franchising is perfect for him 6:43 - Top reasons why you should consider investing in a franchise 8:58 - Why your long-term goals are a deciding factor to get started 12:47 - How the “4-Step Process” will give you a headstart in franchising 19:30 - On the growth of home services and health industries during 2021 24:00 - How shifting your mindset can beat your fear of making that first step 32:47 - Taking the Leap Round 32:47 - His first franchise investment in 2007 32:55 - How he overcame his fear when he first started investing 33:35 - How his investment didn't turn out as expected 34:58 - Why investors should focus on their vision and their goals 35:57 - Where you can get a FREE copy of his book 3 Key Points: Franchising is a great stepping stone to get into business ownership. Getting into franchise investing could help motivate you for what's next in your goals. Look at franchises that best fit your own business model rather than compromising your model into a franchise as it can turn out the complete opposite of what you wanted. Start to work backward by identifying your vision and end goals first before you work on how you'll get there. Get in Touch: Get a FREE copy of his book “Franchise Freedom: A New Manifesto For Your Financial And Time Freedom” at email@example.com GG The Franchise Guide Website - https://ggthefranchiseguide.com/ The Gold Collar Investor Club - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Book: Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork by Dan Sullivan - https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151
On this episode, Jake and Gino interview Mike Hambright. Mike is a real estate investor, mentor and coach, and is the Founder of FlipNerd.com and the Investor Fuel Mastermind. Key Insights: 00:00 Introduction 00:56 Getting started with real estate investing 04:18 Relevance of formal education system 05:28 From W-2 job to real estate investing and entrepreneurship 08:00 The first deal 11:12 Why Multifamily Investing 17:50 Key learnings 19:07 Transactions pay the bills, Equity makes you rich 19:32 The bright and dark sides of Multifamily 22:54 Starting as a Limited Partner/Passive Investor 23:18 Top tips to scale up a business 29:40 Developing systems and processes 33:24 Book recommendations: Who Not How by Dan Sullivan 34:18 Sum-up Check out the episode if you want to get started with Multifamily Investing or want to level-up your know how on this industry. About Jake & Gino Jake & Gino are multifamily investors, operators, and mentors who have created a vertically integrated real estate company that controls over $100,000,000 in assets under management. They have created the Jake & Gino community to teach others their three-step framework: Buy Right, Finance Right and Manage Right®, and to become multifamily entrepreneurs. Subscribe to the YouTube channel: https://ytube.io/3McA Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #apartmentinvesting #investoreducation
Benjamin Hardy (@BenjaminPHardy) is an organizational psychologist and author of books about willpower, self-limiting beliefs, and teamwork. His latest offering (co-authored with Dan Sullivan), is The Gap and the Gain: The High Achievers' Guide to Happiness, Confidence, and Success. What We Discuss with Benjamin Hardy: If you measure your current self against your ideal (often chosen and defined by other people rather than yourself), you’ll never be happy because there will always be a gap. Unsuccessful people primarily focus on this (but we all wind up here sometimes). If you measure your current self against your previous self — and notice the gain you've made between yesterday and today — you’ll experience happiness, satisfaction, and confidence. The most successful people understand this. The difference between ideals (general, immeasurable, and constantly changing) and goals (specific, measurable, and time-bound) -- and why your ideals shouldn't be your benchmark for achievement, but merely the source from which your goals are inspired. How you can weed out the arbitrary reference points with which you've been burdened by external sources and choose ones that are actually meaningful -- not just constant reminders of what you don't have. How the increased confidence that comes from living in the gain allows you to set bigger and more imaginative goals to truly tailor the fabric of your own life. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/575 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!