This week the one and only Greg Gutbezahl enters the Temple to talk about his life, music, and photography. We also talk about his great grandfather Vladimir Aleksandrovich Plotnikov who was a Russian painter for Nicholas II Alexandrovich, Tsar of Russia. Greg is an interesting guy in the DFW scene who has some pretty rad […] The post Show 448 – Greg Enters The Temple appeared first on The Jerry Jonestown Massacre.
If you're an avid listener of "Homo's Modern Life," then it's no secret that our episodes which connect us to the creatives behind HBO's "We're Here" are some of our best. Join us for another conversation about wellness and drag with official superstar and soon to be household drag name, Dustin Van Dyke! You can find him on Facebook or instagram under Dustin James Rotolo (@dustinjrotolo), and believe us, you're gonna wanna. Listening to this truly spectacular individual share his story with us was one of those rare, deeply connected moments, and you will be transformed when you finally get to watch his episode. You guessed it, Dustin is one of the breakout performers from the finale of season two, and we just know his rockin' rainbow will lead us into an equally fierce season three. We look forward to further connecting with Dustin and feeling the gay fire he's lighting in that hot furnace we call the magical world of Drag. If you're in Texas, then join us for our finale watch party at JR's in DFW's Oaklawn (aka- the gayborhood). The finale of "We're Here' will air on HBO at 8pm Central on November 29th. Hosts: Tyler- @homosmodernlife Andy- @Andyfromboystory Producer: Collin- @squidlegs Support this podcast
(START): JaM take a look a the Thanksgiving Day matchup between the Cowboys and the Raiders. Who is going to win and why as they break down the numbers and the teams. Plus, they address some listener interactions and tweets about the Cowboys from the last few days. (28:54): ESPN Cowboys Insider Todd Archer, brought to you by BlueStarMotorGroup.com (01:00:12): The Block- a football team disqualified for being too good and the most expensive food you could possibly imagine in DFW (01:23:04): ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder discusses the Chiefs loss and looks ahead to the Raiders RECORDED 11/23/21. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE INCLUDED.
We are re-publishing our Thanksgiving episode from 2019. We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving! It's time for Thanksgiving and that means family, friends and food. In this episode, we share our thoughts on turducken, canned cranberries and minced meat pie. We'll also help you with ideas on what to serve, how to keep your guests entertained and how to plan your exit strategy if you should need one. The Bubble Lounge Podcast would like to thank our two sponsors. Kathy Wall State Farm Agency - voted best insurance agent in DFW by D Magazine. Please visit her website at http://kathylwall.com Alto, the new standard for ride-sharing. Reach your destination on your terms. Safe, clean, consistent on-demand rides. To sign up, send a text message to 474747 with the word BUBBLE and receive $25 off your first two rides.
Hi Mujeres! We are coming to you Live from DFW Podcast Fest. The DFW podcaster community is growing and came together to put on their very first annual podcast fest. Modern Day Mujeres went live and shared a bit of how they came to be. Melanie & Liz shared a few tips on starting a podcast and they answered a couple of questions at the end of their segment. Their DMs & emails are always open if you all have any questions regarding podcasting, editing, or anything podcast related. Huge shoutout DJ AVII (@djaviiofficial) for putting this amazing event together, make sure to give him a follow & check him out! Event was powered by Hello Studios book your session & learn how to get your podcast started! We appreciate your support and feedback more than anything! Make sure to subscribe, leave us a review & share your thoughts with us. Don't forget Modern Day Mujeres - YouTube go subscribe!
Elena is here with a solo(ish) episode to catch y'all up on her more recent adventures… that time she lost her credit card and found it somewhere strange, the Boston trip with Blaire, that time she lost her credit card but didn't find it… plus, she calls Blaire up to chat about their time together and fill her in about…..why she was sobbing at the DFW airport for 2 hours after landing back home… (it's embarrassing)! There might even be another familiar voice at the end you'll want to stick around for!
Jacques and Matt break down the Cowboys 19-9 loss on the road at Arrowhead vs the Kansas City Chiefs. Dallas is now 7-3 and has lost 2 of their last 3 games, what does it mean and where does the team go from here? Why was the offense so bad and why what the defense did is very promising as the team moves forward. Plus, Micah Parsons is a beast. JaM also discuss the rising narrative that the Cowboys collapse late in the year, that Dak isn't a top QB and try to shed some light on why the rest of the NFL is right there with the Cowboys. Also, they'll discuss a new list of the Top 40 Best New Restaurants in 2021, including one located in the DFW area. RECORDED 11/21/21. EXPLICIT AND VERY ADULT LANGUAGE IS INCLUDED.
Chris had DFW internist Dr Peter A McCullough on on the program to talk about the rise in cases of fully vaccinated people. Why are people being fired for not taking a vaccine that is actually decreasing in efficacy? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Friday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe , Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington recap Thursday Night Football even though the DFW airport bar refused to put the game on for Brady. Sean Payton takes on officiating this year but does he have a point? Plus, a debate over holiday decorations and when to put them up and take them down. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On August 2, 2019, Kyle Vess was strapped to a bed at Parkland Memorial Hospital with a swollen ankle and fractures in his face. The Dallas Police Department was holding him on a charge of assaulting a public servant. In their reports, they say he assaulted a Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic because that's what the paramedic and others with DFR said happened before police arrived on the scene. But, that's not all that happened. The paramedic is a trained MMA fighter named Brad Cox, and Kyle later tried to tell officers that Cox kicked him in the face while he was on the ground. It's what a DPD officer who was on the scene told her sergeant, which sparked a public integrity investigation into Cox. It's also what Kyle's mom asked the Dallas Country District Attorney's office to investigate in a complaint filed just months after the incident. But, the public integrity investigation ultimately cleared Cox. The DA didn't fully investigate. And, ever since, Kyle's been stuck with the charges from that day. About two years would pass before a lawsuit and released body camera footage and police documents about the incident would throw Kyle's story into the media spotlight. I'm going to try to take you through a more complete version of this story than what ended up in police documents. When it's all laid out, it's not so much a story about a man assaulting a public servant. It's a story about mental illness, vague police reports and a paramedic/trained fighter with a history of alleged misconduct. I've been following this story for the Dallas Observer since August 2021, and it's still ongoing. In this episode of the CobCast, I'll take you through my reporting from the beginning to where we are now. For more on Kyle's story, visit DallasObserver.com. This is an audio adaptation written, recorded and produced by me. Body camera footage was obtained from the Dallas Police Department via an open records request. Music is also by me. Lawsuit: Dallas Paramedic Kicked Detained Man in Facehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/lawsuit-dallas-paramedic-kicked-man-in-face-while-in-police-custody-12235286 Video Shows Moment Dallas Fire-Rescue Employee Kicks Man in the Facehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/video-dallas-fire-rescue-employee-kicks-man-in-face-12455856 How a Dallas Police Investigation Cleared the Firefighter Who Kicked a Detained Man in 2019https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/police-investigation-cleared-firefighter-brad-cox-who-kicked-detained-man-in-2019-12490883 Dallas Fire-Rescue Puts Firefighter Who Kicked Detained Man On Leavehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/dallas-firefighter-brad-cox-who-kicked-detained-man-in-2019-put-on-administrative-leave-12512391 New Video Shows Dallas Paramedic Repeatedly Kicking Mentally Ill Man Before Police Show Uphttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/watch-dallas-paramedic-kicks-mentally-ill-man-several-times-before-police-arrive-on-scene-12638001 Dallas District Attorney Drops Charges Against Mentally Ill Man Kicked Repeatedly by Paramedichttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/dallas-district-attorney-drops-charges-against-mentally-ill-man-kicked-repeatedly-by-paramedic-12682821 Family, Attorney Call For Arrest of Dallas Paramedic Who Repeatedly Kicked Mentally Ill Manhttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/family-attorney-call-for-arrest-of-dallas-paramedic-who-repeatedly-kicked-mentally-ill-man-12699330 Fired Dallas Paramedic Brad Cox, Who Kicked Mentally Ill Man in 2019, Loses Licensehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/fired-dallas-paramedic-brad-cox-who-kicked-mentally-ill-man-kyle-vess-in-2019-has-license-revoked-12806536
(START): JaM discuss the Dallas Cowboys blowout 43-3 win over Atlanta on Sunday. How did this happen? What does it mean? The very good and what impressed and a couple of things they looked at to improve on. The excitement of the 7-2 Dallas Cowboys on full display in this episode. (48:45)- The Block: something very historic in Plano and the reality of the weirdness of longtime restaurants closing across DFW (01:07:53)- College Football: OU loses, Texas gets embarrassed and A&M loses, what does it all mean? RECORDED ON 11/14/21. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE INCLUDED.
Listen to a new episode of YNS Live with NFL Thread recorded live on Fireside with hosts Juliet Hahn and Cynthia Zordich featuring Brittany Olawale. “We knew from day one [we've prayed for] that we'd be able to walk away and not limp away from the NFL.” - Brittany Olawale Brittany Olawale emphasizes integrity, transparency, compassion, and good faith in every detail of her business. As a Christian woman, she understands the importance of service at home, in her job, and in her community. Since moving to Southlake Brittany and her family have immersed themselves in the community and are fostering new relationships. Brittany's three children greatly benefit from attending nationally ranked Southlake schools. Brittany has spent over 8 years in the DFW area, making it a forever home. Originally a California native, she understands issues facing clients who move to Texas from out of state and works to make the process as smooth as possible. Her bachelor's degree from the University of North Texas where she majored in Emergency Management and minored in Risk Management Insurance gives her a unique perspective on today's marketplace. She understands buying and selling one's home is one of the biggest investments a person can make. She believes in the importance of properly protecting and leveraging assets in order to grow wealth. Brittany's husband, NFL Fullback Jamize Olawale, played in the league for 8 seasons and just recently retired. The NFL experience created great opportunities for Brittany to meet people with diverse backgrounds and join multiple NFL wives associations. Her network includes silicon valley executives, celebrities, professional athletes, and business owners. As a business owner herself, Brittany has invested in rental property in California and she will be opening a Children's Lighthouse Early Education school in the Fort Worth area next year. Her diverse background has helped her to think outside of the box and see things from a different perspective. Her favorite quote is “Chaos only lasts for a moment”, she believes it is inevitable that people will face difficulties in their lives but how we work through those challenges is how we will achieve success! Learn more about Brittany on her website. Connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich Instagram: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich FB: Juliet Hahn | NFL Thread Clubhouse: Juliet Hahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread
(START): JaM start off telling the story of why Jacques spent an afternoon with Dak Prescott (24:58): What it is the guys eat and drink all the time, Matt achieves a goal and the riverwalk of DFW (38:06): ESPN Cowboys Insider Todd Archer, brought to you by BlueStarMotorGroup.com, shares his thoughts on DAL/DEN, the kicker situation and what Dan Quinn told him about facing Atlanta (01:08:36): The Peep Show-JaM discuss the shows and movies they've been watching recently RECORDED 11/9/21. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE INCLUDED.
Follow the speakers we mentioned!David Sherry: https://twitter.com/_brandswellItamar Marani: https://twitter.com/itamarmaraniColleen Schnettler 0:00 Every doctor is concerned about your vital signs, but a good doctor cares about your overall health. Your website deserves the same care, and Hey Check It is here to help- Hey Check It is a website performance monitoring and optimization tool- Goes beyond just core web vitals to give you a full picture on how to optimize your website to give your users an optimal, happy experience- Includes AI-generated SEO data, accessibility scanning and site speed checks with suggestions on how to optimize, spelling and grammar checking, custom sitemaps, and a number of various tools to help youStart a free trial today at heycheckit.comAUTOMATED TRANSCRIPT Michele Hansen 0:35 Hey, Colleen.Colleen Schnettler 0:37 Good morning, Michelle.Michele Hansen 0:39 It's so nice to see your face again, after seeing it in person. Last off at founder Summit.Colleen Schnettler 0:45 I know that was such a wonderful trip. And just amazing that we got to spend that time together.Michele Hansen 0:51 I keep thinking about how awesome it was like, I feel like they've set the bar really, really high for conferences in general as but especially post COVID.Colleen Schnettler 1:04 Yeah, I also think I will be impressed if they can replicate that experience next year, because everyone I know now wants to go. And I think part of what made that conference so special was that there were it was capped at 150 people. And I'm sure they're gonna get a flood of applicants to go next year. So I don't know what they're going to do how they're going to handle that.Michele Hansen 1:28 Yeah, actually, so Tyler tweet that he was like, oh, like, what if we did this in other cities? Oh, like to a year? Yeah. And I was like, Oh, that would be really cool. Yeah, good. Maybe we should talk about like, what made it so awesome. And like, kind of what are like, what are takeaways from it?Colleen Schnettler 1:44 Oh, yeah, girl, I have so many takeaways, all the takeaways. Okay. What were what? What would you lead with? What made it so special for you? Besides me? Of course. It's too easy.Michele Hansen 2:01 You know, so I mean, yeah, this is really hard thing to like, summarize. So I think it was, I mean, it was just so nice being in the same place with other people who are doing the same thing. You know, I think we've talked about how, you know, we initially connected one of the reasons was like, You're the only person I knew in my regular everyday life, who also did this, like weird internet business thing. And there's just like, aren't that many people in this world doing that. So it's just like, so nice to be around other people who are doing this. And you're not only not only do you feel normal, but like, it's such a good environment for like, throwing around ideas. And like, there was at one point when we were talking about, like, multiples for SaaS companies like making a couple $1,000 a month at one point, like on a on the bus to do the hot air balloon ride over to t Wuhan like, and I hope I'm pronouncing that right. I'm practicing so much. And we're like, you know what, we should just like, ask the bus, like this bus full of people would know the answer to this question and have a perspective on this. And like, and so that was really, really awesome. And I feel like there's so many people who introduce themselves. And then and then we like, you know, I'm so and so Oh, and I'm so and so on Twitter, and I'm like, oh my god, like, I've been tweeting with you for the past, you know, like, couple of years, and I finally meeting you in person. And. And so that was really awesome. And I mean, just getting so many ideas going about things. And also, you know, we had talked on our meta episode about how I want to talk more about negotiation, because that's something I do a lot of, and sales, but don't really talk about. And then a speaker was sick on the second day, and Tyler was like, Hey, can anybody give a talk this afternoon? And like, fill the spot and I was like, Yep, alright, I can do negotiation, talk and workshop. And, and, you know, just kind of kind of jumped at it. And it was, it was super fun. And I think I think the big thing I'm really thinking about that, you know, that activity did was like the, the, the, like the wheel where you had to, like rate different areas over your life from like, one to 10 like how they're going. So there was I think it was like occupational fulfillments like one to 10 which is work, right work. Yep. spiritual, emotional, environmental. Physical. Did I already say social? I don't think so. Social. Yeah, there was like five or six different things. Yeah, that'sColleen Schnettler 4:49 six. Um,Michele Hansen 4:52 and I think we both had really interesting results from that. Like they're very different like ours were like, Oh, yes, opposite one. And yeah, and really thinking about how like, you know, I like I gave like physical health like a one on that, right. And the goal of this activity was, you know, you give each area a score of one to 10. And then you set a goal of getting up to spots in the next 90 days. So not going from one to 10, which is often how I two things, just like totally like, balls to the wall focusing on something. But going, you know, from like, one to three, and so it's like, how can you have a plan to go from one to three or three to five? Or, or what have you in the next 90 days. And I remember you saying, when I was writing the book, you were like, Dude, you're like, moving so fast, like you're gonna run headfirst into a wall. And I did, and I haven't talked about that too much, but kind of like privately, I've talked to some people who definitely had this had a similar feeling after launching things. Yeah. Um, and yeah, just really, really thinking. I mean, like, literally even like today, like I got hiccups. 30 seconds before we got on recording, and I was doing literally everything I could to get them to go away, rather than being like, hey, maybe let's record another day instead, right? Like I make work happen no matter what. Even if it's at the the sacrifice of my physical health. And so I think that's something you know, I really need to focus on and I think, something Natalie from wild bit said on stage was like, you know, if the founder isn't happy, if the founder isn't healthy, then the company can't flourish. And so I think that's, that's, I mean, that's something I really, really need to work on. And it's like, kind of like work related, but it's like, it's not, but it also like it is in every sense of the word. So I think that's kind of been a thing I'm thinking about, but I don't I still don't really know exactly where I go with that.Colleen Schnettler 7:07 Like actionable steps. That's what you're still trying to figure out. Because if you want a warning, pretty bad, soMichele Hansen 7:12 yeah, it is. Yeah. I mean, I did order atomic habits, which is like one of those books that like I've never read before, never read a tie. No, it's like one of those books. I feel like that. And like Ray Dalio, his book, or like, books that everybody around me read and like, told me about, and I read about, so I felt like I read them. But I didn't, you know, like, I just didn't feel like I needed to, because it just everybody read it. And I'm like, No, I should probably like, sit down and think about like, not doing a whole scale turnaround, which is like, normally how I approach anything, and it's like, just just just way over the top. Yeah, um, but how, you know, how can I make small changes so that I don't get exhausted and like, move on to something else? And then then, which then exhaust me and then move on to something else? Like, it's, I see a pattern here. So, um, yeah, and I think I also thought, you know, a lot of people, even if they were in different groups really struggling with the idea of like, work life balance, and how do you, you know, how do you make it so that work doesn't become too much of your identity? And how, when when you really love what you do, like, it's really hard to pull yourself away from it, too,Colleen Schnettler 8:28 right? Yeah.Michele Hansen 8:32 I don't know. So I don't really have like, I'm just kind of all that's just still really marinating in my head. But it really, really got me going. And I think I really, really needed that push to like, um, I don't know, like, I guess like, prioritize my myself a bit.Colleen Schnettler 8:52 Sounds great. I mean, it sounds like that. It's funny sometimes to how you you've probably heard that from me or your spouse or your other friends. But there was something about the environment where everyone was sharing and being open and vulnerable in that big group that I felt really helped some of those points hit home because you saw so many people in the same situation you were in.Michele Hansen 9:13 Mm hm. And I mean, you're so like, you were totally opposite because oh, I have like a 10 for occupational like I feel like you know, for me, like this is exactly where I want to be like, last week I spoken in Mexico City twice. This week I spoke in Copenhagen I'm you know, like, like, this is just sort of in like the business is good. Like everything is really good there. But like you for occupational like I think you had like a 10 or a nine for physical health. But then you are much lower on occupational and that was the group that you were in.Colleen Schnettler 9:49 Absolutely. Yep. I think something you mentioned to me, which I think is true and was kind of cemented meeting so many founders is like I'm pretty good at taking care of myself socially. mentally, physically, I prioritize that. And so yeah, all that stuff was good for me. But yeah, my occupational score was lower. So my goal is to get that score, what do you say to two or three in the next 90 days?Michele Hansen 10:17 I'm just curious, what did you give yourself for occupational,Colleen Schnettler 10:20 I honestly don't remember probably like a seven. I love what I do. So I don't think I mean, I think if I was still working a full time job that I didn't enjoy, it would have been much lower. I love what I do with occupational in terms of like my job. So it was still a high score. But I think I what I really took away from the conferences is I was challenged in a way I haven't been challenged in a long time. And by that, I have a lot going on as to you as everyone. And I'm doing really, really well one of the executive coaches there who I was talking with, she described it as an avalanche of abundance, which is like a great problem to have, right? Like, I'm not gonna complain about it. It's an amazing problem to have. And I have all the things and I'm very happy. But I think I haven't really pushed it all on the business stuff. I've just kind of been resting, but I'm not tired. I'm ready to push. Does that make any sense? I guess what I'm trying to say is, I could be trying a lot harder. That's it. That's what I'm trying to say. Yeah, I think so I think that I'm not really trying. And I'm telling myself, I'm trying, but I'm not. So I'm going to start trying.Michele Hansen 11:40 So what is trying look like to you. There's a couple of really specific things. IColleen Schnettler 11:45 think there's a lot of personal stuff wrapped up in here too. Like something I took away was like identity. For example, I have this, this interesting. You and Rosie talked about identity on the podcast. Mine's a little different in that my children get out of school 230 In the afternoon, I thought I was going to try you know, I'll pick them up at 230 will come home and they'll do their homework. And I'll continue to work. And that that set up like from a very practical perspective, like what can I practically do in the next 90 days, that setup is not working because I hate stopping work at 2pm in the afternoon. Like that's just, you know, you're in the middle of something, I pick them up, and they need to be supervised, like they can't just be free. We don't have a backyard here. So they need to be supervised wherever they are. We live in California, so I want them to be outside. So it wasn't that I was picking them up and having super quality time with them. It was I was picking them up. We were going to the playground and I was just hanging out of the playground. Mm hmm. Like, very practically speaking. So practically speaking, that doesn't have to be me, that can be another person doing that. And so I can get more of a deep work in my work day. And so I hired after school childcare, I found a nanny. She's lovely. She's already started on Monday, and this week has been really great.Michele Hansen 13:04 Oh my god. Amazing. Yeah,Colleen Schnettler 13:06 it's like, it's amazing. And the thing is, I you know, I was really worried about upsetting the balance of my happy family life, children marriage with working more. But that's a fake fear. Because, first of all, if if something starts to get gnarly, and I start to upset the balance, I can always change what I'm doing. And second of all, the kids are at the age, as I said, where they just want to play in the playground. They're not we're not like having some amazing bonding experience after school, or give them a snack, we go to the playground.Michele Hansen 13:38 Does anyone have amazing bonding experiences after school? Like our like, our daughter gets home and she's just so tired. Like that, even like playing a board game is like, Yeah, butColleen Schnettler 13:49 just want to do they? I mean, my kids just want to play with their friends, right? Yeah, I want to do their thing. So. So the two very actionable things, I feel like I'm ready to push again, I think when I was learning to code, building up my kind of reputation as a Rails developer, you and I talked a little bit about this offline. Like, I worked all the time, and it was hard. And then I rested for like four years, like I just it was it was worth it that year to however it was probably two years of like, really intense work was worth it to have the four or five years of just getting paid a lot of money and doing good work, but like mostly being chill. And I feel like I'm ready to push again, is what I'm trying to say with all these words. And to do that, I see that as working. You know, I'm at my desk seven early, like I get here early. So working a long day, and then I'm picking two nights a week to work and I'm going to set those up with my spouse beforehand. So there's no there's no bitterness, or upsetness. Or I'm like, Oh, I got to work tonight. Oh, I got to work tonight. And he wants to hang out. So we've set aside two nights a week I'm going to work and we're going to do this for a month or two and see, see if I can move the needle on things. Just kind of like test it out. Yeah, right. Right. I mean, it's my life. I can Do whatever I want. So I'm going to try it out. I'm going to try I think I've been scared to try. That's the truth. I've been scared to try. Why have I been scared to try? I'm not quite sure. But it doesn't matter. That's what I've, so I'm going to change that up. And commit to working more. That's my goal.Michele Hansen 15:19 Feel like one of the talks that you I think you may be said was the best one that I actually missed? was one on fear.Colleen Schnettler 15:29 Right? Love this one. Do that a little bit? Yes, I'd love to. Okay, so this is a tomorrow's talk. Yeah, he is an executive coach. And he talked about so and I don't like personal development, like, I don't read self help books. Like I kind of roll my eyes at that whole area of study. So I just we'reMichele Hansen 15:53 so opposite. Like, I have like piles of like, books on on your, you're talking to the person with piles of books on like, empathy and boundaries. And like, all these kinds ofColleen Schnettler 16:08 read that I read your book, because I love you. But generally speaking, that's not my jam. So, so I went into this talk with low expectations, not that I thought he would be, you know, not a good speaker, but just like, Okay, I'm not gonna get anything out of this. And, you know, he talked about fear, which everyone talks about, but I thought he was gonna get up there and say, Oh, you have a fear of failure. Yeah, everyone has a fear of failure. We get it. That is not what he said. He got up there. And he talked about three fears. The first core fear being uncertainty. And as founders that's applicable to us, because we become control freaks. And we won't hire. Oh, I'm giving you eyeballs.Michele Hansen 16:49 I see. I see those eyeballs. I, I, hey, you know, whatever. What are the breakthroughs I had, I'm just just saying this in David's workshop on we should really use people's last names because they're so good. Yes. Um, but now if you like, you know, us know them. So anyway, so, um, David's workshop on, like, personal mission statements, but you also don't believe. And I was like, I've had a personal mission statement for 15 years, but also apparently never told anyone. But like doing that exercise with him, where I crystallize the thought that I am building a business, not an organization. And at this point in my life, I don't have the mental energy to run an organization. I love running a business, but dealing with like, people, politics and all that, like I mean, a lot of the stuff that like Rosie talked about, about hiring and people management, like I just I mean, with just managing, like the people in my own house is kind of the level of management that I'm like capable of. Anyway, yes. Not hiring. So that was the fear of uncertainty.Colleen Schnettler 18:03 Well, I mean, there were other things in that, but just generally, with what we do. There's so much uncertainty, and that is also a core fear. So that's something you really have to learn to manage. And I think what you just said about David, David, David's workshop is really good. Because you, you realize that for yourself. And you've kind of always known that, but I don't know if you verbalized it or crystallize it before, in that knowingMichele Hansen 18:26 that way. That workshop was awesome. Like, yeah,Colleen Schnettler 18:29 I loved David's to David sherry. Yeah, everyone. Yes. I love Dave. Oh,Michele Hansen 18:34 good. Yeah, it was basically like, people who are familiar with jobs to be done or who Google things about jobs to be done. The there's like the forces diagram working through the different like, pushes and pulls and anxieties and fears that someone has that keeps them in, in a situation from switching products. We basically applied that to like, our professional lives. And our companies. And it was yeah,Colleen Schnettler 19:01 it was it was really good. Like I was also Pooh poohing the mission statement thing, but it was,Michele Hansen 19:06 it was really, it totally called you out. In frontColleen Schnettler 19:10 of everyone. Thanks. It's fine. We were like a group of friends. By that point. It didn't feel awkward. It was yeah, it was so intimate. Okay, it was so intimate. Yeah. Okay, so the second fear. So this is Itamar. His second fear was worthlessness, which is a second core fear which I think we can all kind of imposter syndrome. And I'm not good enough. And I think we can all identify with that on some level. And the third core fear was abandonment, which is what will people think if I fail, and then he talked a little bit about the ways that we we try to deal with these fears without actually dealing with them, which is obviously a big one is numbing agents and vices, whether that's Twitter or buying things or alcohol or whatever, procrastination And he also talked about the motivation fallacy where if you don't actually handle these fears, you'll like so many of us have gotten in this spurt will actually basically just describe this, but it's like, I'm gonna get it before I am every day. And that's cyclical, like you can't do that forever. So you can do pushes, but eventually that motivation is going to wane. Unless you handle, you know, the, the root of some of these fears. So the solution of this is to minimize your fear and internal resistance. And a lot of people don't do this, because they're unaware that they even have those fears. And that's kind of where I was coming from. Like, he said, these things. I was like, oh, yeah, that that all makes total sense. But I was kind of unaware that those were going on subconsciously.Michele Hansen 20:42 Are there any of those fears that you feel like you really identify with as it relates to this whole?Colleen Schnettler 20:50 I think I mean, I think for me, part of the reason I haven't really wanted to push is like I said, like, I'm very blessed in my, my life is really good right now. So I don't want to do anything that upsets the balance of the happiness that I feel right now. But I think a lot of that too, might be abandonment, and it's not abandonment in this great big, like, I don't care what the internet people think of me. But you know, of my family. Like if I'm going to work more, how is that? What, what are what's going to happen with my relationship with my husband and my children? And those are the most important things. So I think that might have been a core fear for me. Yeah. Oh, man, all of them. Michelle, like and I don't even think I would have been like, I don't have any fears. I'm fine. Before this talk. Uncertainty. That's a big one, too. Because, as you know, as independent as entrepreneurs, we are constantly uncertainty. I mean, it's constant uncertainty, right? Every day, like, what should I do? I don't know what to do. Is this gonna work? Is this gonna work? I have no idea. I have no one to ask. So that's a stressful thing. Like it's not a bad thing. But it is. It's kind of a constant stress. Like, I don't know if this is gonna work. Yeah. So yeah, I took away from it. And I was I was feeling it. I was digging it. It soundsMichele Hansen 22:03 like it was an awesome talk. And I feel like I joined everyone else who wished that they had been at founder summit and having a little bit of FOMO, about missing that. But at the same time, it was like right after my, basically spur of the moment negotiations workshop that I had, like, maybe 20 minutes to plan out in my head during lunch. And I had so much adrenaline after that, that I got through the next talk, which was a great panel on sales for founders. But I like I had so much adrenaline I couldn't sit still. And I was like, I just like I have I have to go like walk like I need to like walk back to the hotel. And I ended up like walking back with some other some other people. And it was like a half hour walk. And I just like really needed that because I was like, jumping out of my skin with energy.Colleen Schnettler 22:57 Yeah, well, you did a great job. I loved your negotiation talk. I learned a lot out of that, too. I don't know if I told you that. Oh, yeah. So it was interesting, because you set us up to do the sample negotiation. It's one thing to talk about negotiation, I think it's another thing to do it. So what's give a quick read, I'll give a quick recap, you basically set us up where we were the person who lived under the person who was a piano player, and the piano player wanted to play his piano every night at 10pm. And we had little children, and we wanted him not to play his piano every night at 10pm. And so I'm talking to the person I'm paired up with. And he's talking about playing his piano. And I immediately just got so angry, and like, I'm not really an angry person. And I like in my head, like, I can see I can see my my mental energy, like rolling my eyes, like, oh my god, he was pretending to be like, 20 right? He was not actually 20 But um, you know, just mentally rolling my eyes like, oh my god, millennials. Give me a break. Stop playing your piano. You're such a anyway. Yeah. So that was really enlightening for me. Because I think I pride myself on like, being very good at having self awareness about my emotions and controlling my emotions. And like, I could not I almost rolled my eyes at him. SoMichele Hansen 24:15 yeah, the the, the sort of setup was it was actually that that activity, we did it in my Danish class. And I was like, this is a great negotiation. Like, it wasn't the purpose of it. But it was, you know, you have one person who's a music student who can, because of their schedule, they can only practice at 10 o'clock at night. But per the apartment building rules, they don't have to be quiet until 11. And then you were the parent whose children are getting woken up. And then you you all had to like talk through it. It was it was really fun. And I think after that I had a couple people be like, oh, like, is this your next book? And like, I'mColleen Schnettler 24:53 like, no, because I'm taking care of my personal health. Not ready to write another book, but okay, that was notMichele Hansen 24:59 the end. answer I gave you like, maybe should have been, why not? No. I mean, like, I started working with teaching people about customer interviews and customer research, like, four years ago, like, because like my friends and I ran a job speed on meetup in DC. And I started talking to other founders about it and stuff like that. So I like before I ever sat down to write, I not only had, you know, years of like, personal experience with it, and personal learning and learning from other people and whatnot, but also years of, of, of learning how to teach other people about it, and what are the common hiccups with it? hiccups? And you know, what, like, like, what resonates with people like all that kind of stuff? Well, before I ever sat down to write, versus like, I don't think I'm nearly the same level of, of expertise in negotiating. Like, I have a lot of practice in it. I've taken classes on it. Like, I guess that was, I don't know, I guess, like 334 years ago now. But like, that was the first time I have ever attempted to teach anyone else about negotiating.Colleen Schnettler 26:19 And what great, did a great job,Michele Hansen 26:21 thank you. Um, but I think I think I need to like a lot, a lot more time before I even get the point of of like thinking about whether that's a book or whatnot, though I am like, I did talk to other people there, who are also interested in like enterprise sales and negotiating and stuff like that. And so we actually will have some people on in the coming months, who will, we'll kind of like, talk more about that stuff. Because I think that's a big part of kind of going from, you know, the sort of stage you're in which I feel like is sort of like the under 10k a month, Mr. Phase, going 10 to 20 is really like for me, it was a lot about learning how to do sales, and definitely going from like, 20 to 50. Like you. I don't think I would have gotten to that point. Had I not had a better understanding of sales and negotiating. Yeah. So, so, yeah, I'm gonna I'm going to talk more about that. But But no, like, no book yet. I still haven't even hit your like, 20 podcast goal for promoting deploy empathy, like you're doing? Well,Colleen Schnettler 27:35 I think you have been on quite a lot. 10 or so. Okay. 12 IMichele Hansen 27:40 think I just recorded another one. The other day, I think, yeah, I just did one yesterday. And then I have two scheduled. Nice, I need to like have a spreadsheet and keep track.Colleen Schnettler 27:57 Yeah,Michele Hansen 27:59 um, you could do that. I could. Yeah. That would make sense. It's getting weirdly hard to track how many books I've sold, because like amazon online will only show me 90 days at a time. So I can't just go and like see all that's weird sold. Like I maybe again, if somebody like knows about this, like, let me know. But I'm in like the KDP reports dashboard. And then the reports beta and like, I sneak looks like I might need to like do it manually? Or at least like by month. And then. Yeah, so I don't I don't know. I'm also starting to give some more like, like, sort of private workshops with the book, like, I'm going to be speaking to an MBA class tomorrow online. And a friend asked me if like, I would speak to their marketing team, like do like a workshop. So we'll kind of see how that goes. I don't think I want to go too much in that direction. Like I don't want to be like, you know, selling like a day long workshop thing. Like we've talked about how I really don't want to do consulting,Colleen Schnettler 29:05 right? You have mentioned that a few times.Michele Hansen 29:10 But like maybe doing a workshop and you know, then they buy like 50 copies of the book. You know, I guess I'm cool with that.Colleen Schnettler 29:15 Yeah, seems like a good use of your time. If you enjoy it.Michele Hansen 29:19 Yeah, but I think I you know, I think for me, the big thing is like what does balance even mean? I mean, I I don't know.Colleen Schnettler 29:29 Yeah, I understand the question. But I think it's James clear has this really interesting thing about the how balance isn't a real before burners theory, the downside of work life balance. Have you seen this?Michele Hansen 29:44 Oh, that sounds familiar that like you have one burner going and then you can't have Okay,Colleen Schnettler 29:49 ready? Here it goes. four burners like your stove. The first burner represents your family, the second burners, your friends, the third burners, your health, and the fourth burner is your work. The four burners theory says that in order to be successful, you have to cut off one of your burners. And in order to be really successful, you have to cut off to anyway, here's a whole article about it. It's an interesting, interesting idea. But the idea is there isn't a real thing such as balance, there are times where you shift your focus. Like, for example, you this would be a good time for you to shift your focus from work, because you've been working so much for 610 years, to maybe health or whatever it would be right. And maybe it's time for me to shift my focus back to work. But the idea is, it's like, you really can't have balance. It's a lie. You can just have, you know, areas that are shifting and priorities. I can't have everything on five. Right, right, exactly. You can't have everything on five. Yeah. It's kind of interesting. And it kind of makes us all of us who are so hard trying to find balance a little bit better, because you're like, oh, okay, this sounds about right. This seems reasonable.Michele Hansen 30:56 Yeah, I guess. I mean, he's the habits guy, right. Like he's the habits guy. Yeah. So I guess I need to finally read that book. So yeah, so So that's our 90 day plan. Right? So you're gonna Yeah, you've got my herd nanny now. I mean, always, you've got your plan in action.Colleen Schnettler 31:17 I'm an act and I'm gonnaMichele Hansen 31:19 continue marinating. Oh, my God, it sounds like you. You were like, I'm gonna read more about this and think more. Like, I was like, I'm gonna do this now. Already done. I did it before I talked to you. Yeah, happening?Colleen Schnettler 31:38 I know, right? It's good, though, right? Because we both have, it's good, I guess. Yeah, I'm already in action. I've already posted more content. And I am making a video tutorial page. And I'm doing all kinds of things. And oh, the only thing I really got out of it, Michelle was a real focus, thinking more long term. So I think one of the things is we met a lot of people who have been running their businesses. I mean, I know you're kind of in this group. But I've been running their businesses for many, many years. And there were many people I met who aren't really trying to have some big exit, like they want to build a sustainable business that they can work on for as long as they want. And so that really helped me focus in terms of like thinking about where I want to spend my time and my energy and what I want my long term outlook from, like, for my career to look like? So I found that to be really beneficial.Michele Hansen 32:33 Was there any, like insights that you feel like are? Yeah, I think his point,Colleen Schnettler 32:39 what I found is, so I told you, I'm going to I'm really gonna push on simple file upvote, simple file upload for the next three months, simple file up vote, that sounds interesting. For the next couple months to kind of see what I can do with that if I really work at it. But I think long term, I am more interested in pursuing the opportunity, like really leaning into what to the Hammerstone team. Because when I think of the long term business I want to build, I can't think of anything better than doing really technically challenging work with my friends. Like I love as we've talked about when I joined Hammerstone, like I love having co workers or co founders. And that's really where I want to go. Right now I'm doing okay, splitting my time. But that's not sustainable in the long term. So I'm not sure what that looks like in a year. But it looks like my focus being more on Hammerstone. I thinkMichele Hansen 33:29 something else we talked about was, you know, the fact that you like you guys are funded for a year. And like the fact that you are funded for a year made you feel like you can take a year to get some stuff done, and how you can get more than that done in a year, too.Colleen Schnettler 33:51 So Jimmy from banal got up there talking about this was a founder summit about how to sell something that doesn't exist. Now his product is very specific, and it was very targeted was, you know, targeted to a very specific group of people. But I am not doing so I don't have the rails component for this query builder that I'm building with Hammerstone. But I also haven't really been doing anything to get the word out about it. And so yeah, we're funded for a year and I feel like the work is filling the time allotted. And the work doesn't necessarily need to fill the time allotted. I think I could be a little more efficient and a little more focused. Not that I'm not focused just there's more I could be doing on the Hammerstone side that I'm not and so it really kind of opened my eyes to like there's a lot of other opportunities here. You could get a content machine going now even if you can't sell it for six months, I could be writing articles about all this really interesting sequel stuff I'm doing whatever it may be point being like there's there's things I can put in place earlier. You know, as as I build this component,Michele Hansen 34:52 you know, hearing you talk about like it being time to push it almost. I feel like you're conceptualizing it as like this, like, switch, you can flick, like that, like, Okay, now like now you're gonna push like, do you feel like that is? How it's gonna work? So IColleen Schnettler 35:15 don't know, but a little bit like, let's go back to simple file. I've been a little bit mopey about it, what should I do? What should I do on Monday? Like, I know exactly what to do, right? It's like, I haven't been really trusting my own intuition here. I've been asking for permission or advice. And these are all good things. Advice is good. But why am I asking people for? Like, I want someone to say that's a good idea. Colleen, you should do that. No, I don't need it. It's my business. I get to do whatever the hell I want with it. So, you know, people like you shouldn't do this. You shouldn't. Um, I Okay. I appreciate everyone's advice, and I solicit it. But also, I think I you know, I just really, it's a very small product still, like, I'm just going to go with my gut. And I'm just going to do what I think is best. And I haven't really been doing that, because I have been so careful about overworking myself, I guess.Michele Hansen 36:06 And so I feel like that that I mean, that comes back to that like fear that we talked about, like waiting for somebody else. To say that your plan of action. Your idea is your decision. Good was a good one. Yes. subjective opinion, to massage your fear. That yes, it was totally and is that like, you know, uncertainty about the about the decision or all these other things? I don't know.Colleen Schnettler 36:36 Yeah, no, totally. I think for me, I'm really worried about making a decision that is going to be a waste of time. That's what it's about. Because my time feels so So, so limited. So I'm like, should I write this article? Is this article worth writing? Like, if it's gonna take me three hours to write it? Is that going to be worth it? Right, I just wrote the freakin article on the airplane home for Mexico. Oh, while I was stuck in DFW for 12 hours and then and then flew to a different city and then bus to my city that I actually live in the graveyard.Michele Hansen 37:03 Both took both of us 14 hours to get home yet I went across like, two continents. Oh my goodness. But also it was a bazillion times worth it to travel 14 hours to and from to be there.Colleen Schnettler 37:18 And I think something else. Speaking of founders comp, being amazing. The quality of everything was just so much better than your typical tech conference. OhMichele Hansen 37:26 my god. Yeah,Colleen Schnettler 37:27 everything was better.Michele Hansen 37:28 The food was amazing. The venue like I loved how I mean, you were saying how like a lot of conferences, you're just in the hotel. And we were like, out and about in the city like everything all over the city. And it was such a cool city too. And I feel like we really got to experience like culture and and just in a way that yeah, you're you're not just like stuck in a hotel ballroom for three days.Colleen Schnettler 37:51 Like, okay, so this is not a dig because I love rails comp. But I remember it was the last rails comp I went to before COVID. They're like, Oh, it's in Minneapolis. Minneapolis is a great city, blah, blah, blah, literally, you stay in the hotel, and then you walk through the breezeway to the ballroom, you never go outside, ever. And point being like yeah, of course, you can go outside but, but all of the activities are like you you never leave it you don't ever have to leave the hotel. And so I loved how founders comp really made an effort to get local venues, support, you know, local businesses, and actually see Mexico City loved it.Michele Hansen 38:29 I I really, really hope they have it in Mexico City next year. Like dude,Colleen Schnettler 38:33 I hope we get to again get in because there's going to be freaking every one is going to want to go it's going to add the fight to the death and who gets to go. Geez.Michele Hansen 38:45 Well, I think I think that about wraps up our recap, though. I feel like we're gonna be talking about this. And like, Oh, yes. So many learning summit for a long time. Yeah, so many learning, and also having people come on the show who we met at founder Summit, and no, and no three founders Summit, too. Because there's also the the online community, which you should totally be in a mastermind group, by the way.Colleen Schnettler 39:13 Yeah, I'm thinking about that. Like, I, I think that's probably a valuable thing. I'll probably do that. And IMichele Hansen 39:18 think that would help with you're like, Should I do this? And then people are like, yeah, and you're like, Yeah, okay.Colleen Schnettler 39:26 I feel like a lot of this is just trusting your gut, which I'm usually pretty good at. But like, with the business since it's all new, like I just haven't really just been doing what I think is best. Like I said, I've been asking permission just to random people, which is kind of weird, because I don't want to make a huge misstep. But the truth is, all of these things, none of them are going to be huge missteps and they can all be changed if it's a bad decision. So so that's really this week. I've been crushing some life, but by work work, is what I mean by that. Like, I've just been like, I've been I've just been like really crushing it and it feels great. SoMichele Hansen 39:58 it's awesome. Awesome well so next week I interviewed Matt wensing was super fun so then we will chat again in two weeksColleen Schnettler 40:12 sounds great talk to you then
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Hi Mujeres! We know it's been a while since we've recorded. Life happens but we're back! As is life, we were ecstatic to hear that Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker got engaged over the last couple of weeks. Their whirlwind romance has been the topic of headlines since news broke of their pairing. Also in the headlines was the reaction of Scott Disick, Kourtney's ex-boyfriend of 11 years and father of her children, and his reaction to the news. Liz and Melanie react to finding true love after years of tumultuous and toxic relationships. As Liz says, don't let your boyfriend keep you from your husband. Also in other news, Modern Day Mujeres will be at the DFW Podcast Fest on November 21, 2021. Come see us live for this FREE networking event with other podcasters, live music, and several vendors from the DFW area. Check out their Facebook page and register for the FREE event here. We appreciate your support and feedback more than anything! Please be sure to rate and subscribe on all listening platforms.
The girls explore a day in Nichola's world of Real Estate. Hashing out the differences between locating and Residental Real Estate. Nichola talks about her journey and how shes come to this point in her career of now being a partnering broker and agent for one of the biggest apartment locator companies currently in the DFW area. Listen as she gives her tips and talks about what it takes to get up and start your own venture on a moments notice.
Guest Host Paul Russo talks with local DFW athletic trainer and activist Seneca KMIR Alma about mental health. Seneca shares his own story of discovery, that he battled depression, only to realize we all do. It's important to recognize the struggle, and learn how to make space for ourselves, to rehumanize and recalibrate. Compassion for others is critical, but we have to allow ourselves compassion before we can extend it to others. What comes first? We have to pay the bills. We have a long list of tasks to accomplish. Seneca and Paul open up a warm discussion around prioritizing our mental health for a more rewarding journey as we get it all done. How did Seneca rise out of his depression? Did something great happen FIRST? Or did he have to make a decision about how he wanted to be vs WHO he wanted to be? To take the Promise Challenge mentioned in this interview, go to https://www.kmir.life/promisechallenge. Call 972-765-7741,or email Seneca at hello@KMIR.life, and learn about all the ways this team is making a difference with second chance citizens, veterans, and more. Want your product or service to get more exposure? For guest and sponsor information, call Deanna Blair at 469-964-1669. Connect with Spot The Dots on FacebookandInstagram, too.Subscribe to the OBBM Network Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart, Google Podcasts and more. OffBeat Business TV can be found on Youtube, Vimeo, Rumble , BitChute, Clouthub, Gab TV, and wherever you enjoy great on-demand podcasts and TV. Subscribe to Mental Health & Toxicity here.Brought to you by:TrustedNewspaper.com877 271-STOP 1StopITSolutions.tech, "Hey, I know a guy!"Jus4UsNaturals.usListen to more on these business topics:Local AllenBusinesses: http://bit.ly/PowerGroupAllenPodcastBrandStrategy: http://bit.ly/BizVisionaryMusicTherapy: http://bit.ly/PPP-podcastHealthNews: http://bit.ly/THE-TVSupport the show (https://offbeatbusiness.com/sign-up/#join)
(START): JaM discuss the Cowboys bye week and are there any trade possibilities as the team approaches the trade deadline on Nov 2. (23:32): The Block-the Alec Baldwin accident and a major event that DFW is pushing hard to get (43:33): Around the NFL-with the Cowboys on a bye, what stood out across the league (01:03:48): The World Series is set and its ATL vs HOU, JaM share their thoughts (01:09:04): The Mavs start the season 1-1 and everyone is freaking out. What is going on? RECORDED 10/24/21. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE INCLUDED.
(START): JaM discuss the Cowboys bye week and are there any trade possibilities as the team approaches the trade deadline on Nov 2. (23:32): The Block-the Alec Baldwin accident and a major event that DFW is pushing hard to get (43:33): Around the NFL-with the Cowboys on a bye, what stood out across the league (01:03:48): The World Series is set and its ATL vs HOU, JaM share their thoughts (01:09:04): The Mavs start the season 1-1 and everyone is freaking out. What is going on? RECORDED 10/24/21. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE INCLUDED.
Kyle Kelly joins the guys at 17Twenty in studio this week. If you're in the DFW construction market, you know Kyle as the nicest guy in the room. But if you don't know Kyle, you'll learn about his journey from Boerne, to Texas A&M, a stint as the president of the student body, lessons learned from a season of door-to-door sales, and the eventual travels to Dallas to join the construction industry. The guys spend a fair amount of time talking about Kyle's political action, involvement with the process, and encouragement to those in the industry to get involved.This is just a super conversation with a super dude. You're going to love getting to know more about Kyle, learning some lessons from his journey, and being encouraged to focus on the things that really matter. // Show Notes //TEXO's Construction Safety Professionals Conferencehttps://bit.ly/2Zpt6BwCherish, by Gary Thomashttps://amzn.to/3pAxUitThe Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For? by Rick Warren https://amzn.to/3pAydtD
On this episode of the House of Machismo Podcast the guys give their top 4 best horror move pics and they have a dramatic reading of The Odd Couple, House of Machismo style... What if Luis and K-Rod were roommates? We give you a look see into that would be situation. Remember to call or text the show... 945-336-6093... Yes, the guys do respond!
Host and John Ivor Chester, MT-B.C., CLC-S takes you on a journey through storytelling that will entertain and paint a picture you can apply to your life, too. We minimize what we can do by creating a mountain with the things we CAN'T do. A whole lot of things passed John by, because he never 'put his net out'. Don't be a second class you, be yourself - all the other options are taken! Listen in to the detailed list John has for you in this endearing podcast, and grow into who you are without hesitation. You're ready. Move forward. With what you already have. Discover how John's coaching methods support local business goals. Live Your Worth, John's book available on Amazon, is the perfect short read for busy owners and managers, and provides insight that gives you an edge.To work with John for your own playlist workshop, or to hire him to work with or speak with your group, go to IvorChester.com or call 214-606-8625.Subscribe to the OBBM Network Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart, Google Podcasts and more. Subscribe to Power of a Positive Playlist Podcast on Spotify. ---------------Listen to more on these business topics:Local AllenBusinesses: http://bit.ly/PowerGroupAllenPodcastBrandStrategy: http://bit.ly/BizVisionaryHealthNews: http://bit.ly/THE-TVBrought to you by:The Epoch Times TrustedNewspaper.com1st Safety Training, 214-808-9757Alfred Walker Farmer's Insurance Agency, (972) 438-3557Dr. Dean Family Chiropractic, (972) 258-6220Smart Technology Solutions, YourITAnswers.comSupport the show (https://offbeatbusiness.com/sign-up/#join)
Host Carol Anglin talks with Jessica Hammock, 12 year Certified Trauma Specialist and Licensed Professional Counselor, working with children and families to learn skills to escape pain from trauma. Over the last 20 mos, our young people have been under serious stress. Behavior is communication, and what we're learning is that the last months have been traumatic to most of us. We're seeing a range of behaviors due to isolation and fear, and this produced a psychosis, and a whole range of coping mechanisms - that weren't necessarily good. Basic 5 human survival needs mentioned in this podcast: Love and belongingSurvivalFreedomPowerFunWe teach kids what's safe and what's not safe, where to take risks, and where not to take risks. We took normal risk taking behaviors and created an extreme environment of fear, stopping ALL risk, and making them feel that nothing is safe anymore. Children have been inundated with technology, programing that did little to reinforce a normal home life or a belief that a child can trust a parent. Relationships have had the greatest strain they have ever had in our lifetime. Shame, fear, and anxiety break down our immune system, and shame is long-term baggage that our children don't deserve. Listen in to learn what the signals are, and how we can respond, to be catalysts for emotional healing.To work with Jessica Hammock, go to VibrantVoice.life, call 972-989-3189, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Ready to network? 2 Opportunities!Join Carol at Around North Texas Networking Group, a vibrant group of 30-40 professionals that want to meet YOU every Friday from 10-11. Meet them at Main Event Frisco.Master Networks every Wednesday from 11-12 at 25 North Coworking Space in Frisco off Main.To schedule an appointment with Carol for health assessments, nutritional support, and wellness programs, call 469-964-1183 or go to LivingWellWithCarol.com. Discover the health benefits of Doterra product lines at MyDoterra.com/LivingWellWithCarol.Subscribe to the OBBM Network Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart, Google Podcasts and more.Click here to get Living Well With Carol Podcast on Spotify.——————Listen to more on these business topics:Local AllenBusinesses: http://bit.ly/PowerGroupAllenPodcastBrandStrategy: http://bit.ly/BizVisionaryMusicTherapy: http://bit.ly/PPP-podcastBrought to you by: Support the show (https://offbeatbusiness.com/sign-up/#join)
This is a story of determination, courage and faith. Corey Borner suffered a spinal cord injury playing high school football in 2009 that knocked him down, but not out. After multiple surgeries, Corey learned to function in a wheel chair and adopted the mantra “Find a way.” Indeed he has found a way – to graduate from high school, graduate from college and become a motivational speaker. And in August he walked for the first time in 12 years – across the stage to pick up his diploma from UNT Dallas.
Wouldn't it be nice to get out of the stress of the corporate world and retire early? It may sound like a dream, but our guest, Cary Love, made that happen despite the various challenges. He talks about finding opportunities, utilizing your time properly, and the value of crafting a clear plan. Cary Love owns several properties in Houston, DFW, and Midland Texas. has two (2) small apartments in Midland, and trying to add more. Also, do new construction and remodeling. He has been very active in the real estate industry. He also just participated as an LP on my first syndication. Starting a marketing plan to find small apartments in Texas. Graduated from University of New York in Albany with a B.A. Currently working for Halah Property Management LLC as CEO. Before joining Halah Property Management Cary worked for 3D Systems as VP of Sales – World Wide for five (5) years and for Xerox. Cary worked for Xerox Corporation for 18 year in various sales and marketing positions. His last position at Xerox was National Channel Sales Manager. Cary has been a real estate investor since 1991. He holds properties in the DFW area, Houston area and in Midland Texas. Cary has volunteered in the community of Midland TX where he served on various non profit boards: Chamber of Commerce, Midland Development Corporation and Midland Visions 2000. He continues to serve as the President of the Board for Midland Visions 2000. In this episode, Cary talks about being curious for opportunities, building a strong foundation, discovering the catalyst that got him to retire early, and how we can implement proper planning. Join us and listen in! [00:01 - 08:28] Opening Segment Welcoming Cary to the showCary talks about his journey in working through uniGetting from retail to sales[08:29 - 19:08] Creating your Springboard for Early RetirementThe catalyst the got him to retire earlyLooking into having a backupCrafting a crystal clear planConsider good debt to activate cash flow[19:09 - 42:18] The Power of Proper PlanningQuestioning the quality of your lifeRechecking your goals and keeping groundedWorking hard now to have less work in the futurePlan and implement instead of merely reactingStay in great physical and mental condition[42:19 - 47:03] Closing SegmentIt is all about what you choose to do with your timeConnect with Cary!Closing wordsTweetable Quotes:“I didn't start from an advantage. I just had a desire and a path. And I saw that it was crystal clear. And I can tell you, I tried many things that didn't work to try to get on that path.” - Cary Love“I encourage people to always have a plan because more often than not, you end up somewhere you don't want to be.” - Jerome MyersConnect with Cary:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caryjlove/ LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes. Dreamcatchers is an inclusive organization that targets people's interest in being more instead of a certain demographic. We have people from all walks of life at many different ages. Find out more at www.dreamsshouldbereal.com. Find out more about Jerome at www.d3v3loping.com or www.myersmethods.com.
Rebecca Moore is the Co-Founder and CEO of Starboard Equity and a real estate investor since 2014. She has bought and sold over 2200 commercial multifamily real estate units and has syndicated the acquisition of four properties with over 500 units as a General Partner. Rebecca's story is one of powerful determination and persistence. She shares how she hired a mentor, learned to underwrite, built relationships with brokers and investors to help her win and fund deals in Texas while living in California, all while managing a full-time psychology practice! Now, she is free from her job. She moved from sunny San Diego to Dallas to commit to the tremendous DFW multifamily market and create more investment opportunities. She created Starboard Equity to help others accelerate their path to financial freedom by investing in Multifamily properties. In this episode we talk about: Syndication Passive Investor Loan Reserves Fannie Mae Loan Renovations Green Program Subscribe to my Youtube Channel for more great content. Download my Free Deal Calculator Spreadsheet! Links from the show: Starboard Equity Talie Investments Facebook Page Talie Investments Instagram Join our Facebook Group Real Estate Deal Closers Talie Investments Resources Get our FREE Deal Calculator and CRE Glossary Please leave us a 5-Star rating and a review in iTunes. Each review helps us reach more people.
One of DFW's best kept secrets is Gore Range Capital. Ethan Rigel is the founding partner of Gore Range, a venture capital firm focusing on skin innovation. Ethan explains how he became an investor, why they moved Gore Range from New York to Southlake, and what he is looking for in companies before he invests.
Wisconsin's cranberry harvest is underway. Heidi Slinkman, Gaynor Cranberry Co., explains how they work with nature to create a sustainable environment. A Wisconsin dairy farm in Norwalk's created a retail farm shop that's resonating with neighbors. Bossy Cow Country Store is providing the story behind food products consumers are looking for. Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin joins us with an update on what's being done to encourage more dairy consumption in the school lunch program. Karen Dosters with DFW explains their approach on this sponsored program. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode Nicole Espinosa shares how she scaled her business by focusing on the mindset shift from task execution to management. Listen in as Deborah and Nicole discuss the value of your network, the difference between a self-employed job and a business, and removing yourself daily tasks as a CEO. Nicole Espinosa, best-selling author of “Short Sales Uncensored” has been negotiating short sales in the DFW and Houston market since 2011. She launched her company “The Short Sale Queen” in 2019 allowing her team to process short sales nationwide and is currently in 11 markets. Nicole has been featured on several real estate panels, podcasts, and TV segments. She also teaches classes on short sales to other brokerages, title companies and realtor associations. Nicole's extensive knowledge in distressed properties has made her the market expert when dealing with difficult transactions. Nicole is also the Podcast host of “Entrepreneurship #Uncensored where she interviews Entrepreneurs across the country on the good, bad and ugly of Entrepreneurship. Nicole is passionate about Mentorship and offers mentorship for Real estate agents who are looking to specialize in this niche. Her Real Estate Team “The Queens Network” services the Dallas Fort Worth Area helping buyers and sellers across the metroplex. When she's not working on real estate transactions she is mom to her 2 adorable children, Elias and Emma who are her “why” and the reason why she works so hard. Are you a CEO dealing with change? Part inspiration, part strategy, I've created this resource for CEO's who leading their team through a rapid transition and looking for a resource and guide to help them stay confident, focused, and a mentor for others. You can download it here: https://mailchi.mp/coviellocm/the-ceos-compass See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cuff and Mo sit down with three of the ladies from Real Dallas Properties. Luna and Nieke, the co-owners, explain how they connected with each other at a previous employer and what led to them starting one of the coolest real estate collectives in DFW. The ladies explain their vision for how they want their company to be from an internal standpoint and why they put such an emphasis on making sure they bring in the right people. Luna also talks about the importance of social media and how it helped her “steal” Damaris from another company. The ladies break down the different roles they play in the structure of the company and what they feel really separates them from the average real estate company. Things wrap up with who they want at their imaginary table and what they see as the long term future for their company as it expands to other cities and regions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-cuffee4/message
In this episode of The Truth Evolves, I bring on a true friend, former actress, model, tv personality and now life coach, Tiffany Hendra. We both get real about her journey from hitting rock bottom on the bathroom floor, to learning about herself as a woman of truth that knows how to thrive in full detail of her being. Topics from what it was like on the Real Housewives of Dallas, to life in Los Angeles, growing up in a church community, and all the way to what her mission is now as a life coach, you do not want to miss out on the opportunity to take notes and really take in the power of healing and what Tiffany can do to help you become the powerful woman you are.Tiffany had a successful 20+ year career as a model, actress and TV host, but was searching for more meaning in her life. After overcoming several traumatic experiences to find herway back to being whole, healthy and confident, Tiff grew a deep desire to help other women do the same. Pair that desire with her passion for working on-camera and Sanctuary Of Style was born! On the SOS YouTube Channel, Tiff 'keeps it real'with her spitfire attitude giving women thekick-in-the-butt they need to stop the negativity and move toward living a more confident life. Tiff's bold mantra "use your ladyballs" has grown into a global movement inspiring women to live with more courage which ultimately leads to more confidence! When she's not in front of the camera, Tiff coaches women 1 :1 and hosts workshops through her empowerment company, The Coaching SanctuaryTM. She and her hubby, Australian singer-songwriter Aaron Hendra sharea passion for philanthropy and work with Sam Childers AKA Machinegun Preacher to build orphanages, schools and feeding programs in Uganda and S. Sudan. Tiffany is also actively involved in non-profit org's throughout DFW geared to the healing and rehabilitation of women. She's on the advisory board of Treasured Vessels Foundation helping toeradicate sex trafficking.Check out more information about what Tiffany has to offer in coaching, retreats and all the things at her website www.tiffanyhendra.com or check out her Instagram @tiffanyhendra.
Laird Sparks is a Senior Managing Director for Greystar Development and Construction Services, with responsibility for multifamily development in the Central North Region. He joined Greystar in 1998, holding various positions across multiple disciplines prior to joining the development team. Laird has been involved in all aspects of the Greystar business, including third-party property management, development, renovation, acquisitions, refinance and dispositions, and the asset management of approximately 20,000 apartment units with a capitalized value of approximately $2.5 billion. On this episode, Chris and Laird discuss the behemoth that is Greystar, their work in Texas, conventional multifamily age-restricted developments, the explosion of Single-Family Rentals, student housing, Industrial, and much more. Enjoy! Follow Chris on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/FortWorthChris Learn more about Chris Powers and Fort Capital: www.FortCapitalLP.com Follow Chris on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/chrispowersjr/ Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ (03:56) - Laird's Career Story and How Greystar Has Evolved Since Being There in 1998 (05:47) - How is Greystar set up from the national level to the regional level? (06:53) - What does your office do and what's your role? (07:37) - What's changed about development over the past 14 years? (09:35) - Are there amenities that are becoming obsolete? (10:41) - Did you primarily do deals in the core during this cycle? (11:37) - What markets do you play in? (12:46) - Are entitlements in suburban markets tougher to get? (14:25) - What are the differences between urban and suburban facilities? (15:48) - Workforce Housing (16:56) - Is there anything from a cost perspective on the horizon that excites you? (20:24) - What makes up the bulk of cost increases? (21:07) - What are the factors in labor cost increases? (22:09) - What's driving the massive jump in rents since Covid? (24:53) - Are we anywhere close to meeting demand in apartment developments for DFW? (25:37) - How much do property taxes impact deals? (27:02) - Is there anything different about this cycle from the others you've experienced? (28:56) - Are there any permanent changes you're making in your products in light of the pandemic? (30:19) - Why is SFR so hot right now? (34:00) - Is there anyone doing luxury SFR? (36:35) - SFR Tenant Demographics (37:17) - Leasing Factors (37:49) - How are capital markets looking at SFR? (39:36) - Is there talk about not taking the merchant developer route with SFR's? (42:33) - How do you define age-restricted deals? (47:13) - Student Housing (49:38) - Senior vs. Student Demand in Regards To Capital Markets (51:47) - Thoughts on Industrial (56:01) - Is the data you have across different asset classes helpful or is it pretty siloed? (58:55) - How is Texas positioned vs. the rest of the country? (1:00:37) - Getting a Deal Done in CA vs. TX (1:02:45) - What metrics matter most to you when underwriting a deal? (1:04:41) - Have the basis point spreads between what you're building to and what you're exiting on changed drastically? (1:06:30) - How are 10-year hold deals structured if you're underwriting a Merchant Development deal? (1:08:20) - Thoughts on Opportunity Zones (1:10:03) - Property Management (1:15:52) - Is there anything that keeps you up at night or risks in the market? (1:17:41) - Has Social Media been a major player in making the developer a ‘villain'? (1:22:09) - Is crowdsourcing the future? The FORT is produced by Johnny Peterson & Straight Up Podcasts
It's Friday! Where my DFW crew at? *Jessica from Vegas tells us how to beat up a shark and I think that's pretty darn thoughtful of her. *Did you get COVID? Did you experience any of the strange COVID side effects? Lost of taste and smell? Restless anal syndrome? *Doomscrolling! We're running out of stuff to buy. A hs in Orlando voted for their first transgender homecoming queen. Brian Laundrie is still missing. Golfers attack pranksters with air horns and people get hurt. How to transport a large couch with a mini cooper. Deck the halls and punch his balls. Please buy this guy's catalytic converter so he can pay his bond. *Studies have shown that men are really bad at sizing up other men. Here's what to look for before throwing down with a stranger. *It's Friday and Nick Wright is on the program! He's got more surprises for us and he tells us everything we need to know about week 4. *A lot of people over 50 claim they're having sex five times a week! They also claim they're having the best sex of their lives and they're doing it all over the house. *October is here. That means cool nights, pumpkin patches, scary movies, and locked in syndrome. *Aloha! Have a great weekend. Talk to us on social media @churchoflazlo and check out lazlo.church Hope to see you Monday! -Everybody Wang Chung!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Yo! It's free coffee day but who cares? Lazlo watched the multiple personality thing on Netflix which means it's time for him to yell at Slimfast for making crappy tv recommendations. *Careful guys! Just because she's giving you the look, laughing at your jokes, texting you first, and touching you, it doesn't mean she's flirting! *Doomscrolling! If more people don't get vaccinated, it's gonna be a long winter. Brain eating amoebas shouldn't be a thing and they certainly shouldn't be a thing at children's water parks. Britney is back in court today to finally put an end to her conservatorship. If you think you might have rabbis you should probably get treated. A man drowns with a winning lottery ticket in his pocket. The Kentucky Duel Oath is still a thing and I'm honestly good with it. *Do you think people feel sorry for you when they see you eating and drinking alone in public? *We here at COL take pride in being Soaking hipsters. *Millennials never asked for pinball machines in the office. *A quick round of GTK! What's the one unspoken rule you always follow? What movie do you always leave on when it pops up on tv? *Have a great day! If you live in DFW, please take a moment to head over to the station's facebook (https://www.facebook.com/alt1037dfw) and say something nice about us. Don't forget to follow us on social media @churchoflazlo and check out lazlo.church -Everybody Wang Chung!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The title of the story says that a man stabbed another man for “bugging” him as he walked home. A recent example of Headline Manipulation, as when you read the report, the incident was about more than just “bugging”. What lessons can we take away from this situation during our SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters? During the preamble of the show, Paul and Jarrad and the live audience consider the Federal government's history of overreach. When did it begin? What safeguards were put in place to protect the individual from the whims of the mob? Also, we have a Brownells Bullet Points for you as always. The air is getting cold. Soon the day will get shorter. What winter projects are you preparing? How will you spend your indoor time this season? Thanks for being a part of SOTG! We hope you find value in the message we share. If you've got any questions, here are some options to contact us: • Send an Email • Send a Text • Call Us Enjoy the show! And remember…You're a Beginner Once, a Student For Life! TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE • [0:02:04] The US Government's History of Poisoning Citizens• [0:20:30] DFW area meetup with Jarrad and Alex - Jarrad speaking at AMMcon 10/2 at 4:30pm - Will swing by USCCA Expo 10/1 or 10/3• [0:22:38] Brownells Bullet Points - Brownells.com - TOPIC: What to Buy and Why?• Huge thanks to our Partners: SDS Imports | Brownells | CrossBreed | Duracoat | Hi-Point Firearms - Have you entered the Gun-a-Month Giveaway? SOTGgiveaway.com - The drawing for the Zigana PX-9 G2 is THIS WEEK, and it is not too late to get in (as of 09/29/21)!• [0:37:14] SOTG Homeroom - CrossBreedHolsters.com - TOPIC: Fort Worth man fatally stabbed victim who kept bugging him as he walked home www.star-telegram.com FEATURING: Star-Telegram.com, SDS Imports, Brownells, CrossBreed Holsters, Madison Rising, Jarrad Markel, Paul Markel, SOTG University PARTNERS: SDS Imports, Brownells Inc, CrossBreed Holsters, DuraCoat Firearm Finishes, Hi-Point Firearms FIND US ON: Full30, Parler, MeWe.com, iTunes, Stitcher, AppleTV, Roku, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, tumblr SOURCES From www.star-telegram.com: Christopher Phillips was walking home in the early morning hours of Sept. 9 in west Fort Worth, listening to videos through his headphones when a man attempted to stop him, he told police. The man made comments such as, “Isn't it beautiful, why are you alive, why am I alive,” and ”You ain't so cool, I ain't so cool, why can't we all just be cool?” The 41-year-old Phillips thought the man was intoxicated and yelled for him to leave him alone, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. After Phillips repeatedly yelled at the man to stay away from him, the man walked up to Phillips, their “stomachs touched,” and Phillips stabbed the man, he told police, according to the warrant obtained on Tuesday by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Phillips then called 911 and waited for Fort Worth police to arrive. Authorities found the wounded man, who was later identified as Jasen Robert Crenshaw, 37, of Fort Worth. Crenshaw was taken to a local hospital, where he later died. (Click Here for Full Article)