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In this episode of the British Strongman Podcast, we discuss ways that have helped us stop going dizzy on the log press. This podcast is all about bringing access to Strongman programming and technical excellence to everyone. Content credit to Josh Lancaster and Shane Jerman.
Can you believe that we're only a few episodes away from the finale on Survivor Season 43 + we still don't know how we feel about this season? Lucky for you, we're breaking down the feelings we do understand + posing a lot of questions about the things we don't. Is a Winner's edit really a Winner's edit if it's too obvious? How much inspiration is so much inspiration that it becomes in authentic? Is tribal council ever going to lively and unpredictable again? Why did Jeff wear a black shirt in this episode? These are just a few of the things we attempt to answer for ourselves and our listeners this week. But, as always, we LOVE talking about Survivor (even when it's a little crappy) - so we're also giving you our own personal reasons we think you should keep watching. As littered with critiques as they may be. With just a few episodes left before the season ends, we do genuinely hope you're all enjoying watching along with us - cause, don't get it twisted, we're still having a blast. Be sure to give us a follow on Instagram @EscapingRealityPod and on Twitter @EscRealityPod -- If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe & leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts and/or Spotify! Make sure to tell your friends about the pod so they can join you (and us) on our journey through reality competition shows. As always, thanks for listening & thanks for Escaping Reality with us!
Who is Seymour, and where is he going? What does he want when he gets there? We can only answer one of these questions, but we barely care. Seymour catfished us, saying it was a game about a little potato man, only for us to learn that it's actually another horrible Dizzy game with the serial numebrs filed off.
No Real Housewives of Salt Lake City this week so we're laying it on THICK with Survivor edit speculation. We're nearing the end! Who will win? Plus the long awaited Rhonda episode of The Amazing Race (Elsa has been there!!) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/getrealpodcast/message
Do you want to play a game with me? When it's safe…Stand up and spin around until you get SUPER dizzy. Once you have stopped, look around the entire room and notice how things are spinning and how uneasy you feel. Once you've calmed your mind, do it again. Only this time, put your hands at steeple as though you were praying but don't fold your fingers in; keep them straight up. Now, instead of looking all around the room, look only at the tips of your fingers. What did you notice? It's likely that you were able to recenter and calm your dizzy spins a lot easier by having a focal point. Tune in as Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how this relates to our lives and why we need to have an anchor to ground ourselves when things start to spin out of control. Pro Tip: There is a method for Winning the War in Your Mind. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ https://bi3xbvVont.ly/ CLICK HERE for our best-selling products: https://amzn.to/3xaG3xw and https://rdbl.co/3DIQVUC CLICK HERE to join our free Police, Fire, Military and Families Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/38w2e7r Check out our website and learn more about how you can work with LEO Warriors by going to: https://www.leowarriors.com/ Like what you hear? We are honored. Drop a review and subscribe to our show. The Tactical Living Podcast is owned by LEO Warriors, LLC. None of the content presented may be copied, repurposed or used without the owner's prior consent. For PR, speaking requests and other networking opportunities, contact LEO Warriors: EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. ADDRESS: P.O. Box 400115 Hesperia, Ca. 92340 ASHLIE'S FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/police.fire.lawenforcement ➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤ This episode is NOT sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links which means if you buy something by clicking on one of our links, we'll receive a small commission.
Entre 1939 y 1945 el mundo se estremeció con los terribles ecos de la segunda Guerra Mundial. La música, mientras crecía como lenguaje universal, fue una tabla salvadora entre tanta barbarie. Probablemente, entre lo más escuchado por aquellos años, sobresalió el swing, hijo natural del jazz. Comenzamos con el influyente estilo del trombonista, arreglista y líder de orquesta Glenn Miller, uno de los alquimistas del sonido big band, desaparecido en un vuelo militar el 15 de diciembre de 1944. Miguel Matamoros, el coloso del son oriental, alguna vez se dejó seducir por sus encantos. Su bolero "Conciencia", notablemente influenciado por el swing, es una muestra de lo que ya acontecía por estas tierras fruto de esa interacción. Nuevas posibilidades melódicas y armónicas permitieron al genio de Matanzas Pérez Prado, durante la primera mitad de los 40, experimentar con sus arreglos en los atriles de la orquesta "Casino de la Playa". En las filas de esta importante jazz band criolla contó con un cantante precursor para desarrollar sus creaciones: Orlando Guerra "Cascarita". Mambo y swing en los directos del estelar "Show Pinilla ". La señal de la radio independiente cubana de 1945 nos permite regresar nuevamente a los estudios de la CMQ Radio, de Monte y Prado. "El club del swing" fue otro show en directo donde las bandas de Mario Romeu, Alfredo Brito y Felix Guerrero, indistintamente, acompañaron a jóvenes talentos defensores de ese estilo. A través de discos, emisiones radiales, partituras, y cientos de producciones fílmicas, la electrizante era tuvo en las big bands un sound track bien original Artie Shaw, Woody Herman, los hermanos Dorsey con su cantante Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, el gran Cab Calloway, Chick Webb, Benny Goodman, y Glenn Miller con el cuarteto vocal "The Modernaires", fueron sólo algunas de las figuras del potente movimiento musical. En Pinar del Río un niño negro solía deleitarse escuchando en un fonógrafo aquellas grabaciones en discos de pasta de 78 revoluciones por minuto. El Niño Rivera fue armando en su cabeza todo un mundo armónico que, a finales de los años 40, volcó en sus arreglos para el Conjunto Casino cuando fue reclutado por su director Roberto Espí como arreglista principal del popular conjunto. Fue el "Casino", probablemente, el grupo sonero más progresivo de ese tiempo en la Isla. Los 40 fueron años de sucesos importantes en lo musical. Las charangas salieron adelante gracias al danzón de nuevo ritmo de los hermanos López. Al swing se sumaba entonces otra criatura: el Bebop. Celia Cruz y Beny Moré, en directo y en todo su esplendor: "Fiebre de Bebop" y "Devuélveme el coco". En 1947, cuando los pasos de Chano Pozo y Dizzy coincidieron, al percusionista cubano no le era nada ajeno el swing. Su gran sentido del ritmo le permitió adaptarse a la banda del trompetista. Como antecedentes sus rumbas, guarachas y montunos con marcadísimo swing: "Ariñañara", "Blen Blen Blen", "Nagüe", "Pin Pin" y "Chévere", entre muchas otras. Tener "swing" cobró además un amplio significado: una actitud ante la vida marcada por cierto desenfado, una manera de vestir, de caminar, de bailar, y de desenvolverse en determinados círculos sociales. "Manteca" y "Algo bueno", dos piezas del binomio Pozo y Gillespie. Es ahora el Quinteto de Música Moderna de 1959 con Frank Emilio a la cabeza. Finalizaban los años 40 y un oxigenante movimiento de compositores combinaba mucho swing con otro elemento importante: el feeling. Entre las voces más notables, vinculadas a esa importante ola: Doris de la Torre y Pablo Milanés. Arsenio Rodríguez, legendario por su apego al afinque del son montuno más raigal, radicado en EEUU y en una ciudad multicultural como Nueva York, conectó aún más con sus ancestros congos abriendo su música también al swing. "Quindembo Hot". Miguelito Valdés despide este segmento con otra creación del percusionista, rumbero y compositor Luciano "Chano" Pozo."Si no tienes swing"
Grab the Dramamine and Fireball, it's time for the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. We start off strong and passionate by talking Taylor Swift and the cutting edge Eras tour. Donna breaks down the new method of selling out stadiums with credit cards, presales and very long waiting lists. It's a marketing style that we think will be the new norm now that Swifties have proven the concept. Then we hear from @Jesus and Marvin Gaye, except Marvin isn't verified. So who knows. From there we go to Dolly Parton, $100 million and what qualifies for the Jeff Bezos something-something award. How long would it take YOU to give away the money? We also introduce a brand new competitive segment to the show - Dead, or not Dead? So tune in and play along. Just don't have your volume up very loud… When you're finished, let us know how many you got right. Then clean out your ears. 7704646024.
Scotty is back with another episode of Slasher Scotty and his guest is haunt actor, Dizzy Byrge. Dizzy discusses with Scotty the difference between haunt acting and social media entertainment, the differences between the three types of haunts: non-hands-on, hands-on, and extreme hands-on, an interesting story he had when choking a customer at a haunt, and much, much more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherscotty/support
Episode 289, featuring an interview with Half Dizzy. Also including tracks from Jigsaw Youth, The Apathetics. 18 Fevers, Dead Kennedys, System Restore, CodeXRed, Half Dizzy, and 311. We play a lot of new music, discuss songs themed toward election season, and great discussion with Dan & Dizzy of Half Dizzy. Wrapping up the show with a favorite band of Eric's song and nu metalish track.
WE ARE BACK BABY! (Said in CeyCey's voice, IYKYK) We just wanted to say MERHABA, share how much we have missed you guys, and how excited we are to get back to it. We will be back in your ears every week before you know it, but we are doing things a little differently this season. We will see you all in a few weeks with brand new episodes as we cover-well, you'll just have to listen to find out! Xoxox Kris & Ash Support Dizzy for Dizi by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/dizzy-for-dizi Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-b9441a for 40% off for 4 months, and support Dizzy for Dizi.
The very thought of you (solo el pensar en tí) es un tema de los años 30 compuesto por Ray Noble. Escuchemos al autor, Billie, Ella, Dizzy, Sonny Rollins, Benett, Sinatra, Marsalis y otros Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week Armon is joined by 5x Multi-Platinum, Billboard chart-topping producer Dizzy Banko! WHETHER YOU LIKE (4:15). CHAT (6:43) Bad Bunny, Kanye West, Latto, Nicki Minaj, Kodak Black, and the recent Quality Control Releases (Quavo x Takeoff and Lil Baby). SLIDE DECK (36:52) Dizzy Banko - If You Know, You Know. You Know? (Dizzy) Tre Loud - Use Me ft. Jabeaux (Armon). WHO PRODUCED IT? (44:48) We test Dizzy's knowledge of who produced some of the most well-known megahits. BOARD MEETING (48:55) Dizzy Banko talks his origins in music, networking as a producer, balancing rap and production, connecting with Pop Smoke, and much more. Be sure to follow Dizzy on IG at @dizzybanko Follow us on social media at @staybusypod and engage with our content here - https://linktr.ee/staybusypod. Subscribe to our Patreon at www.patreon.com/staybusypod. Subscribe and rate us on all platforms! Tell a friend! Armon Sadler - @armonsadler The HMD Studio - @thehmdstudio --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/staybusypod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/staybusypod/support
Directionless - markets have lost all sense of trend. Volatility expands, 5% swings daily - not since the great financial crisis.. Earnings are out and we take a peek. A new Closest to The Pin announced. PLUS we are now on Spotify and Amazon Music/Podcasts! Click HERE for Show Notes and Links DHUnplugged is now streaming live - with listener chat. Click on link on the right sidebar. Love the Show? Then how about a Donation? Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow Andrew Horowitz on Twitter Warm Up - Hysteria - moves widening - Future soar Tuesday overnight - U Turn after U Turn After We Turn - Feel Like Dizzy Bats - Gates are Giving Big $$$ for another Disease - ANNOUNCING - A New CTP Market Update - What's the point? Up one Day Down the next - Lows hit last Thursday for 2022 then massive bounce (5% intraday move) - 4% 10-year is recent top? - Economics, Mixed - Earnings - beating lowered bar - Apple News - Rotten This! - BlackRock: MO State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick announces MOSERS has pulled $500 million in state pension funds from BLK due to ESG initiatives - "At the MOSERS Board of Trustees meeting in June, the board directed staff to require BlackRock to abstain from voting proxies on behalf of the plan, due to concerns with their public statements and record of prioritizing ESG initiatives over shareholder return. BlackRock refused the Board's demand to abstain from voting the plan's proxies. As a result, MOSERS proceeded with, and has now completed, the sale of all of its equity holdings with BlackRock. The funds are now primarily managed through contracts held by NISA, a St. Louis-based investment manager." ECONOMICS - NAHB Housing Market Index 38 vs. 44 Briefing.com consensus; prior 46 - September Industrial Production 0.4% vs. 0.1% Briefing.com consensus; prior revised to 0.4% from -0.2% - September Capacity Utilization 80.3% vs. 79.9% Briefing.com consensus; prior revised to 80.1% from 80.0% Goldman Says - After beating lowered earnings.... - Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon cautioned Tuesday that the U.S. economy might be headed for a downturn that could make investing and business decisions more difficult. - “That environment heading into 2023 is one that you've got to be cautious and prepared for,” he told CNBC. - His remarks came just a few days after his counterpart at JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, also warned of looming trouble for the U.S. economy. Wow - U.K. Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt used his first Monday on the job to announce that "almost all" tax measures announced by his predecessor would be reversed. - BTW - new Finance Minister - Kwarteng ousted after his bad move.. Bank of America Earnings - Reports Q3 (Sep) earnings of $0.81 per share, $0.03 better than the S&P Capital IQ Consensus of $0.78; revenues rose 7.6% year/year to $24.5 bln vs the $23.46 bln S&P Capital IQ Consensus. - Provision for credit losses of $898 million increased $1.5 billion. Net reserve build of $378 million vs. net reserve release of $1.1 billion in Q3-21. Net charge-offs of $520 million increased 12%. Net interest income (NII)(E) up $2.7 billion, or 24%, to $13.8 billion, driven by benefits from higher interest rates, including lower premium amortization expense, and solid loan growth. - Average loan and lease balances up $114 billion, or 12%, to $1.0 trillion led by strong commercial loan growth as well as higher credit card balances. Netflix Earnings (JCD has on Game) - Big move after hours +14% - Better sub additions - much better outlook - Taking NAZ100 futures higher Someone getting Smart? - Germany plans to extend the life of three of the country's nuclear power plants to mid-April 2023, according to Bloomberg American Express September Card Metrics - Reports September U.S. Consumer Card Member loans net write-off rate of 0.8% vs 0.8% prior month (0 bps change) with consumer loans 30 days past due 0.9% vs 0.
The first instalment of what will be a monthly radio show from Glasgow based brand Luca Selects, hosted by Luca De-Santo. This weeks show features tracks from the likes of ARTBAT, Cristoph, Cassian, Space Motion, Claptone, Kryder and of course Luca De-Santo himself. Enjoy the journey…... Tracklist 1. Dizzy, Nora En Pure & Claptone - Queen of Ice (feat. Dizzy) (Nora En Pure Extended Club Mix) 2. Burns - Talamanca (Cristoph Remix) 3. Dylhen - Icarus (Extended Mix) 4. Space Motion - Adelante 5. ARTBAT - Flame 6. Luca De-Santo - ID 7. Jay Hayton - Hold Me 8. David Guetta, Idris Elba & ARTBAT - It's Ours 9. Supermode - Tell Me Why (Meduza Extended Remix) 10. RÜFÜS DU SOL - On My Knees (Cassian Remix) 11. Space Motion, Lian Gold, Erika Krall, Silver Panda - Tuka Tu 12. Chicane - Offshore (Kryder Extended Remix)
In episode #86 of JUVY we talk with youtuber & prankster Dizzy Dyl! From spreading positivity in the youth to getting arrested…all the untold stories are told here first! If you enjoy please download ;)
Episode 51 Drops tonight! This episode we talk about the great job the boys did at Showdown in the Valley, and also the great time Dizzy had at sparks in the Ozarks!! We talk back to Minitrucker C**T podcast about our movie review! And the new name! We talk with Nick and see how he got in da game! Lol Last we discuss the next event we are heading to in Kentucky!! We want to thank everyone for listening! We would like to thank our sponsors Asphalt Army The grande finale show HammerD Weekend Wear EASTBOUND GETDOWN SHOW presented by Stingray Chevrolet Layin Frame Kandles The Sparks show 2023
We continue our brand new spin-off series Tied to the 00s! There are more exclusive interviews with 00s indie stars to come - but we want to hear from CURRENT bands about the CURRENT scene! Next up, Adam Young from The Howlers tells us about their new EP - which he was packing up in his own flat as we spoke - a big hometown show and how he nearly did himself damage recording the debut album! Adam also tells us about the band's inspirations from the '00s, early gig memories of the police riot vans turning up at a The Courteeners show, and what life is like as a band trying to break through into the mainstream right now. The Howlers fan? Join the conversation with us: Twitter: @TheBITBpod Instagram: @boysinthebandpod Facebook: The Boys In The Band Podcast Or drop us an Email - email@example.com Written, presented and produced by Peter Smith and Richard Gallagher Pod thumbnail design by Daniel Curtin *Recorded on 4 October 2022* DISCOUNTED BEER! We've teamed up with Signature Brew for this special Tied to the 00s series - and listeners can get 10% off all their beers by using the code BOYSINTHEBAND at the signaturebrew.co.uk checkout! There you can also order their legendary Pub In A Box which comes with glassware, snacks, the ultimate music quiz, playlists to match the beers and more! And if you're in the London area, head down to their Blackhorse Road brewery in East London and their railway arch taproom and venue in Haggerston.
Episode 51 Drops tonight! This episode is a simple one! Me and Dizzy talk about the crazy month ahead with shows coming up!! We talk about Slammed Enough! And the growing pains they have. We talk to our boy Jay Hammond and his crazy sic S10. We have fun with the Culpeppers and their commercial skills! So sit back and enjoy and we hope to see everyone this weekend at Showdown in the Valley and Sparks in da Ozarks! Drive safe!! We would like to thank our sponsors Asphalt Army The grande finale show HammerD Weekend Wear EASTBOUND GETDOWN SHOW presented by Stingray Chevrolet Layin Frame Kandles The Sparks show 2023
Please remember to rate and review our podcast on Itunes, CastBox or on our website! Please check out our Patreon and Youtube as well. CHISME DE LA SEMANA: Keke Palmer & Halle Bailey chisme. ON MY RADAR: Batman Vs. Robin' By Mark Waid & Mahmud Asrar #1 & Tenoch God of Fire by Daniel Calvo #2 HORA DE LA CERVECITA: Dr. Juice, Parish Brewing Co BOOK REVIEW: Getting Dizzy by Shea Fontana, Celia Moscote, Natalia Nesterenko, and Jim Campbell EN LA LIBRERIA: Nether Realms: Sci Fi Non Binary Erotic Comics Anthology Strange, sexy tales from far across the universe, with characters who are non binary or gender explorers! http://kck.st/3qzIfdv JUNTOS Y FUERTES: WE RISE is the signature experience of the broader WHY WE RISE public education campaign, which is part of a national movement to transform the mental health system and expand access to resources, supporting the wellbeing of individuals and communities through community-led initiatives. Originally incubated at the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and now in its fifth year, WE RISE 2022 is evolving into an independent, grassroots, community-driven initiative that enjoys widespread support from public and private funding partners. www.werise.la SALUDOS: Yuri Casco @ynccomics https://www.youtube.com/c/YnCComics
In this little bonus episode, we'll listen to a reading of Ambrose Bierce's short story "The Difficulty of Crossing a Field." It's about a mysterious disappearance, so it might fit well with the month we're in now. Also, according to Ancient Aliens proponents, this work is one of the best examples of alien abduction in American literature. So pull up a chair, get cozy, and we will have Dizzy tell us a story. Then we will attempt a small literary analysis of Ambrose Bierce. The outro music is written and performed by a https://trallskruv.com/ (band called Trallskruv), and you should check them out. You find our https://diggingupancientaliens.com/merch.html (merch right here) and the https://diggingupancientaliens.com/difficultyofcriossingafield.html (show notes on diggingupancientaliens.com)
This week, to kick off Locktober, Mx. Dizzy and Pup Rekkr discuss chastity play. Locktober is an alternative holiday in which those who enjoy chastity play encourage themselves to be locked in chastity for the entire month of October. We talk about the risks and rewards of chastity, many ways that you can enjoy this kink, and advice on how to pursue it. Links from episode: https://piercingstudio-wien.at/en/piercing-wiki/ To help support Allen with the costs of their wreck: CashApp: Allensworld111 Other Resources: Gynecologists who will perform a tubal sterilization BDSM/Kink Resources and Media Check out Scruff Pup's #BarkAgainst campaign! https://twitter.com/PuppScruff https://twitter.com/search?q=%23BarkAgainst&src=hashtag_click A Big Thank You to our Patrons: lovelauseng Moon_goddess Check out The Kinky Tavern's socials and more!! If you have any questions about the kink or BDSM community, please send it to us on whatever platform you have access to. If you ask a question and it is featured in an episode, you will get a shout-out for that account unless you request to be anonymous. Please join our Discord! It's a great place to chat about sex, kink, bdsm, or whatever! You can ask questions, find out what the next episodes are going to be about, suggest topics, and just chat with us! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thekinkytavern/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thekinkytavern/support
No ha habido en la música un artista más genial que Charlie Parker, un tipo tan revolucionario como caótico, que lideró la reconversión más salvaje del jazz impulsando el bebop. Charlie tocó con todos los nombres grandes de la historia del jazz, la mayoría adolescentes en esos gloriosos años cuarenta, pero Parker necesitaba a alguien a su altura, alguien que pudiese elevarlo, llevarlo a otros lugares. Ese alguien resultó ser Dizzy Gillespie, juntos coincidieron en varias ocasiones y grabaron algunos discos que son parte de la historia de la música. La relación entre Dizzy Gillespie fue larga y no resultó sencilla. Parker, un estudioso de la música, acabó preso de sus adicciones y la relación se torció. Dizzy solía viajar con un trompetista de repuesto por si Charlie no aparecía o desaparecía, pero la unión fue tan intensa y poderosa que Dizzy llegó a calificar a su socio como la otra mitad de su latido. Tras años de colaboraciones en 1952 llegó a las tiendas su último trabajo, un álbum que los juntó con Max Roach o Thelonious Monk Esta semana regresamos al jazz para recordar esta joya de dos de sus más grandes talentos, un álbum que vamos a recorrer en la compañía de Manuel Recio y con los reportajes de Lucía Taboada.
Dizzy and Jelani return from a three week break from this season to give some updates on what the Notion Team has been cooking up. Kickz & Sneakerz has official started vending in the local areas of California. Our two hosts will give some insight mixed with the Pros and Cons on what to expect when you start vending as a small business.
No ha habido en la música un artista más genial que Charlie Parker, un tipo tan revolucionario como caótico, que lideró la reconversión más salvaje del jazz impulsando el bebop. Charlie tocó con todos los nombres grandes de la historia del jazz, la mayoría adolescentes en esos gloriosos años cuarenta, pero Parker necesitaba a alguien a su altura, alguien que pudiese elevarlo, llevarlo a otros lugares. Ese alguien resultó ser Dizzy Gillespie, juntos coincidieron en varias ocasiones y grabaron algunos discos que son parte de la historia de la música. La relación entre Dizzy Gillespie fue larga y no resultó sencilla. Parker, un estudioso de la música, acabó preso de sus adicciones y la relación se torció. Dizzy solía viajar con un trompetista de repuesto por si Charlie no aparecía o desaparecía, pero la unión fue tan intensa y poderosa que Dizzy llegó a calificar a su socio como la otra mitad de su latido. Tras años de colaboraciones en 1952 llegó a las tiendas su último trabajo, un álbum que los juntó con Max Roach o Thelonious MonkEsta semana regresamos al jazz para recordar esta joya de dos de sus más grandes talentos, un álbum que vamos a recorrer en la compañía de Manuel Recio y con los reportajes de Lucía Taboada.
Episode 50!! Drops tonight!!! What can I say, on behalf of myself,Dizzy, and my beautiful wife! THANK YOU!!! We just set out to do some podcasts about a lifestyle that we love, and here we are 50 episodes down!! It's been such a blast we can't wait for the next 50!! So with that being said, this episode we wanted to have a few listeners on to just talk minitruckin shit! Well it ended up being kinda long……. But man it was a blast!! So sit back get ready!! It's a long episode!! But a good one!! Thank you again for listening!! We would like to thank our sponsors Asphalt Army The grande finale show HammerD Weekend Wear EASTBOUND GETDOWN SHOW presented by Stingray Chevrolet Layin Frame Kandles The Sparks show 2023
The JournalFeed podcast for the week of Sept 19-23, 2022. These are summaries from just 2 of the 5 article we cover every week! For access to more, please visit JournalFeed.org for details about becoming a member. No Dizzy Answers Spoon Feed We cannot rely on neuroimaging (CT, CTA, MRI or MRA) alone to effectively rule out stroke in patients presenting to the ED with acute dizziness or vertigo. Hemoptysis, So What? Spoon Feed Removing the “hemoptysis” item from PERC1-4, YEARS,5-7 and PEGeD8 clinical decision tools (CDTs) did not significantly increase diagnostic failure in a cohort of patients at low risk for acute pulmonary embolism (PE).
Esteban Castro is a 20 year old pianist and composer who is on his way to becoming one of America's most accomplished jazz artists. He is a finalist for the American Pianists Awards (APA) competition, hosted here in Indianapolis, and I had the chance to interview him the day before his Premiere Series jazz trio concert at the Jazz Kitchen! Esteban attends the Juilliard School on a full-tuition scholarship, studying with Ted Rosenthal, and he also studies privately with Fred Hersch. At age thirteen, Esteban was the First Prize Winner in the Montreux Jazz Piano Solo Competition in 2016, making him the youngest ever to receive this prestigious award. At fourteen, he was the youngest First Prize recipient at the 2017 Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition.With over forty compositions to his name, Esteban has garnered three ASCAP Foundation Young Jazz Composer Awards and has won fifteen Downbeat Student Music Awards. He was selected as a pianist for the Grammy Band in 2017 and 2018, as a 2019 YoungArts Finalist, and as a member of the 2019 Next Generation Jazz Orchestra. In addition, Esteban has won a variety of classical piano competitions(!). Esteban has played to sold-out audiences in venues such as The Blue Note, The Montreux Jazz Club, The New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and Dizzy's Club, and at a number of international venues. I was honored to get the chance to speak with Esteban, to hear about his life in music, his approach to improvisation and composition, and what winning the APA jazz competition would mean to him. I was inspired by the conversation, and I hope you enjoy it.
The Cancel Pod Episode #4 Yell at us at firstname.lastname@example.org 0:15 - Dizzy killed the Queen 0:35 - Fauci vs. the Lantern Flies 1:30 - Slade gets all his news from Reddit 1:40 - the Queen died of Covid 2:50 - do brown people support the monarchy? 4:40 - Dizzy is not mourning the Queen 5:45 - the King is a weirdo 6:00 - Indian fashion week in NYC 7:00 - Dizzy threw an invite only singles party on the UES 8:15 - great ratio at the singles party 9:20 - dirty Dave keeps hooking up with Slade's friends and Slade has to kick him out of text groups 12:00 - people need to be punished for misbehaving at the singles party 14:00 - should the singles party have board games? 16:00 - listener messages have arrived 17:30 - DJ Suzan came to the singles party and was charming 20:00 - NYC is a zombie apocalypse because no laws are enforced 21:00 - we want Sharia law, forget about lib crime policies 22:30 - regular season sports is a scam 24:00 - dizzy had six diet cokes. will he survive? 25:30 - climate change vs. regular season sports 26:00 - everyone thinks there's climate change because it was hot one week this summer 26:30 - slade will not participate in sustainable practices 28:30 - covid is officially over 31:00 - indians need to keep narcing on each other when it comes to insider training 32:30 - pelosi is a fantastic investor 34:50 - going to jail for a crime is politically incorrect 36:30 - watching the news is useless 38:30 - no one should be in jail 39:00 - no one is in Rikers right now. it's empty. they're all in chelsea.
An international commercial airline pilot who, after the tragedies of 9/11, was forced to realize that his “Safe and Secure career” was nowhere near as safe and secure as he had thought. Steve Rozenberg chose real estate investing to be able to control his own destiny and create his own generational wealth. He created the fastest-growing property management company in the state of Texas. Managing over 1,000 properties across 3 major metropolitan cities. Steve built the business up and created maximum cash flow positioning his company for a very profitable exit. He has been a guest and collaborated on countless panels, webinars, masterminds, conferences, and podcasts as well as being a published author. In today's episode, he shares his story, how he began real estate investing, and how important your mindset is to be successful in this business. Episode Link: https://steverozenberg.com/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Steve Rozenberg, who's an airline pilot and entrepreneur, and he's gonna be talking to us about the mental mind shifts we as investors need to make in order to scale and have successful businesses. So let's get into it. Steve, what is going on, man? Thanks so much for taking the time to come hang out with me today. I appreciate it. Steve: What's happening, fellas, good to see you. Michael: Oh, super good to see you, Steve. I am super excited to share with our listeners a little bit about you and your background, because I know a little bit about it. But for anyone who doesn't know who Steve Rozenberg is, bring us up to speed quick and dirty. Who you are, where you come from, what is it you're doing in real estate today? Steve: Sure. So I live in Houston, Texas, born and raised in Los Angeles, actually, my career brought me out here and that careers, what got me kind of involved in being a real estate and being an entrepreneur. I'm an airline pilot by trade and I got hired at 25 years old. I was the second youngest person ever hired by this particular major airline and hired at 25, I had the best job in the world is flying all over the globe. I was 25 years old and it was the most safe, most secure job that anyone could imagine having. Until a certain day in history. That day was 9/11 and that day changed my life, it changed a lot of people's lives. It changed my life because on 9/13, two days after 9/11 in the towers fell, I got delivered a furlough notice and I was basically told, hey, Steve, you know what that safe, secure job that you thought you had, it was never safe and it was really never secure and you're about to be on the street with 50,000 other pilots. So to say that I got punched in the face very, very hard within about 48 hours would be an understatement and it was it was rough. You know I always I ever want to do as a kid is be an airline pilot. I didn't want to do anything else. I was fulfilling my dream and this something happened, which I realized it had nothing to do with me but it affected me. You know, I didn't I wasn't a part of 9/11 but I was a repercussion, a ripple effect, if you will and so I started to talk about what I could do, what could I do? What to survive to make a paycheck, right? All I knew was to be a pilot, but there was many, many other pilots out there probably better pilots than me to be honest with you that you know, we're also on the street and I looked and I saw that everyone that was tied to wealth somehow was tied to real estate. I didn't know anything about real estate, but I was like, okay, I mean, I knew some pilots who had rental properties, but I didn't know much about it. So this is 2001. So there was no YouTube or Facebook. So I had to go to the library. I had to get a library card. Michael: A lot of our listeners are probably asking, like, what is that? Steve: Yeah, yeah, exactly. It's a big house with a lot of books and so I had to start learning about real estate, I read a book a week and I just I read everything I could, because I thought that I was behind the curve of figuring out what I was going to do with this airline thing. If there was another terrorist attack or something happened, I was gonna be out of work and so I learned all the different things you know, now it's very cliche, you know, burrs and all this other stuff. But I just I learned how to buy I learned how to flip I learned how to wholesale properties. I got lied to, I got ripped off, I got cheated on. I mean, you name it, I just kept getting pushed down face down in the mud every time. But I kept getting back up because I had to I didn't I didn't have a choice. I had to figure out this combination and I, I saw people that were successful. So I was like, okay, there's a recipe. I just don't know it. But I can think like, I'm not the dumbest guy in the world. But I could figure this out and then I started getting better and I started winning a little bit more than I was losing and I started figuring out and what I realized was communicators are actually the ones that are the most successful, not the contractors. It's four walls in a roof. It's relationship driven. It's not anything else and that relationship is driven by business models, and it's driven by systems and so I started realizing that the four walls and a roof and the dirt really had nothing to do with being a real estate investor. The successful people were good communicators, and they understood the value of leverage and team and then I started looking back at my real estate in my airline career and I started looking at how airlines run and I was like okay, systems, procedures structure and I kind of started melding the two and that led me into start learning to become successful as with my, my old business partner, Pete Newberg, who has been on your show, he and I built a very, very successful property management company, by understanding how to leverage those models and how to leverage systemization and then I've gone on to do a lot of other things, coaching people working with people, helping people understand the systemization of a business is very fundamental to be successful, is what I've learned and that's what I help people with. Michael: I love that and we're gonna get into a little bit more of the systemization here in a minute. But for anyone listening, it's like, well, Steve, Michael, I'm not an extrovert. I'm more of an introvert, I'm more of an insert inside kind of person, like, Am I just doomed to never be a real estate investor like, what should I be doing if that's me? Steve: So that's a good question because a lot of people you know, are a lot of people that go into real estate, what I've learned is they're running away from a life or job that they don't want you when you talk to real estate investors, and I coach a lot of real estate investors all over the world and when I talk to them, I'll ask them, why are you doing this, and a lot of them will tell me, I don't want this, I don't want that. They're running away from something and what they're running away from is a life that they don't want to have. Unfortunately, when you're running away from something you don't want, that's what you're focused on, and you run right back into it. I mean, that's the cycle, right because that's your filter. But what I've learned is, you don't have to be the best communicator, but you have to have good communicators on your team. There's things that I am really, really good at and there are things that I am horrible at. It's a matter of understanding, what are my strengths? What are my weaknesses, I don't think that I should become like, that's just my opinion. I don't think it makes sense to work on my weaknesses. I don't know anything about accounting, I would make a company go bankrupt if I started doing the accounting books for my business. So why should I go and take two year courses at a junior college to learn how to do books, or I just hire someone and that's what they do. So I've taken my weakness, and I've actually turned it into a strength because now I don't have to think about it, I don't have to focus on it. I have someone in place that is run by KPIs and metrics and accountability and I just, I just parceled, that whole piece of my life off. So to answer your question, I don't think you have to be good at that. A business needs it like my business partner, Pete. He was the integrator and I was the visionary. I was the forward guy, I was the guy out in front. But I sucked at the operational side, he was like the mushroom in the in the back room and, you know, my job was to break his business all the time. It's like I wanted to have so much sales and marketing coming in, that he would go Steve, I can't take it anymore and that was like my victory lap of showing. That's the that's the sales and marketing tug of war that goes on, right and so I don't think that you have to be good at everything because the reality is, is you're not, you're probably good at one thing and you suck at everything else that you do. It's a matter of identifying what am I good at? What am I not good at leveraging out those other things and focusing on that one thing to be the very best that you can be and if you can do that, you will help the business, the organization and you'll be much happier too. Michael: I think yeah, I think it makes a ton a ton a ton a ton of sense. So talk to Steve about like, you got three to five properties, you're looking at scaling up, you're realizing maybe a little bit more and more, you're self-managing, hey, this might be more of a job than I was anticipating I'm trying to get out of a job that people what are some systems people should be putting in place and how should they be thinking about systemization if that's a new term for them, that's never something they've done before? Steve: Yeah, that's a great question and let, I'm going to back it up a little bit if it's okay, because a lot of people, if they have three to five properties, and I get a lot of people that will call me and ask me that question like, hey, Steve, you know, if I'm in front of them, they'll put a deal like three inches from my face and they're like, hey, is this a good deal like being closer makes it more sense? I don't know. But they'll put this right to my face and they're like, is this a good deal? Well, I don't know what a good deal is for you. So first question is, what's the goal, right? What is the date of that goal? So if they don't know the goal, and they don't have a date, and a timeline and a way to achieve that goal, I can't tell them what to do. I can't give them directions. It's kind of like if you said, hey, Steve, we're all gonna go to Disneyland and we got to be at the front gates at 8am on Friday morning and we're going to leave our house at 6am and we're going to take the 405 to the 91. Get off on Disney drive, and we're gonna go into the gates to be there ready to go. Well, if along that way, you get lost, you're gonna pull over and you're gonna go, hey, Steve, can I get directions? What's the first thing I'm going to ask you? Where are you? Where are you going? If you say, I don't know, I'm just driving around today, I'm gonna go with it. I can't help you, because I don't know where you're trying to get to. So if you take that same analogy, many people buy properties. They don't have a goal. So they say, should I buy more properties? My question is, is I don't know what's the goal? Because, you know, many people, you know, they think that owning rentals is the goal. That's just the strategy to achieve the goal. That's like saying, I'm going to get on the 405 freeway and you're going, where are you going? I don't know, I'm just gonna get on the freeway and drive and the reason I know that is when Pete and I first started buying properties, that's what we did. We were just buying properties and we're going the wrong way, in the wrong direction at a very, very fast pace and nobody stopped us to say, where are you guys going because we're just driving. We're like, we're making great time. Unfortunately, we're going in the wrong way. So to answer your question, to going back to what you're saying about systemization, every business normally has about eight to 11 systems in their business, it's a matter of looking at what you do and systemizing everything. So if you took a system and put it in a vertical, let's just say when you're going to rent a property, what is the system that it takes to rent that property, you've got to basically first thing you've got to do is maybe the first trigger of that system is when the Make ready is done. Now the property is in rent ready condition, it now triggers this system to happen. What's the first thing you got to do? Well, maybe you've got to go and take pictures and video of the property. Step one, what's the next thing you got to do? Well, then you've got to do some comps and check out the area and see what the property is renting for. That's step two. So you're going through and you're just basically talking to me, like I'm a three year old or third grader and you're explaining to me in very painstaking detail, what you're doing. These are all steps in the process of a systemization. Once you create the system all the way through to getting the property rented, once the property is rented, that system is complete. Maybe that system is 19 steps, right? Then you look at that system and go okay, is this the most efficient way to run this system, does or is there any redundancy? Is there any things that we don't even do or should not do? Are we missing some things? Now, let's say for example, this person, he, let's just say he grows and he gets an employee to do these tasks, right and or he subs it out to a company. This company needs to know very, very clearly what they're doing because the definition like look, I think we can all agree that when you own one business, or you own 50 businesses, which are rental properties, those are businesses, that you've got to treat it like a business, right? The challenge is, most people don't they don't have any systems that don't have any structure and it's chaos, which is why so many landlords get sued, because there's no systemization or standardization, meaning how you lease a property. When you're in the airlines, right, we'll go back to being an airline pilot, if I'm an airline pilot, and I came out and said, hey, everyone, this is gonna be a great day today. We're off to Hawaii. This is my first time ever doing this. So wish me luck. I'm just gonna wing it and hopefully we make it there. How would you feel? Michael: Yeah, a little bit shaky. Steve: Right but yeah, you'd probably be like, I'm not getting on this plane. Yeah, but that's what many people do with their rental properties and they're doing that with their financial lives, right? This is your real life, you're trusting me with your life but you don't do that with your financial life. So there's a disconnect as to the training and, and the way that you can scale because if you have to do everything in your business, you don't own a business, you own a job and a job is not scalable, because you have only so many hours in the day, and you have so much knowledge of what you're good at and what you're bad at. So I don't know if that answered the question but there's, that's a very hard thing to unpack. Michael: No, it totally does. It totally does. Two things. First thing is I think you must be having been out of LA for a long time, because your analogy you're talking about getting on the 405 Dizzy land, you leave by six get there by eight. There's no world in which that happens today. Yeah, first and foremost. But secondly, so like, how does someone make that mindset shift because I think so many of us and specifically, it seems to be pretty pervasive in the real estate world, this DIY mentality, you know, I do it myself, do it myself, do it myself. How does, how do you make that mental leap of, okay, I'm going from doing it myself, small business owner to hiring someone or contracting it out or putting it to somebody else so I can get out of my own way? Steve: Sure. Well, there's a couple things. Number one, you've got to you have to be willing to let go of your ego and pride, right? Because ego and pride are success inhibitors, they will kill your success quicker than anything. I should do it because I'm in charge, right and so let's go back to the goal, right? If I said, hey, what's your goal and you didn't, you didn't and this is what I use this example when I coach people, I'll tell them, okay, let's just use this as an example. I call it a 2020 2020 properties in 20 years, giving you $20,000 a month in passive income. It's a bait. It's a goal, right? Yeah, it's, it's got a time limit on it. It's something that we can attach an actual goal to and we know how we're going to achieve that goal because we have a scoreboard to see if we've made that. So that means that each property needs to be giving off $1,000 a month in passive income to get 20 properties give me $20,000 a month. Okay, that means, okay, so let we're gonna, I'm gonna, I'm gonna answer your question in a roundabout way, we've got to say, Okay, if we want to have 20 properties, that means by year 10, we have to have acquired all those properties so that from year 10, to your 20, we're going to pay those properties off, because we want them free and clear by your 20. That means between year one and year 10, we have to purchase 20 properties, which means we have to close on two properties a year, which is every six months, which means every three months, we have to be looking for deals. My first question is, is do you have the finances to even make this happen? Do you have the do you have the financial means to achieve this goal? If they say I don't have a job, I'm gonna go well, then we're done talking because first thing you need is the financial means to make that happen. That's number one. Then we say okay, when you achieve the goal of 20 20 20, right, and we get to where we want to go, what I have learned and what many people I'm sure some people will learn, it's not a bad thing to learn. But a lot of people identify success by their accolades, meaning how much money they have in the bank, or how many properties they have, how many doors whatever they want to whatever they want to use as their gauge. That's how they quantify their success, or lack thereof. Now, I had Pete and I had a very successful property management company that we sold to a venture capital much larger firm and I can tell you that when you get that money in the bank, it is very, very, very anticlimactic. Like I mean, literally, like after we sold our company, and we sold it for well into seven figures, all of a sudden, I thought I'm done, like, oh, this is awesome. Now, mind you, I still am an airline pilot this whole time. So I'm okay financially but I thought, man, if I just if we sell this company, we're good. You don't happen Monday morning, after we sold the company? Michael: You put on your uniform and go fly a plane. Steve: My wife said, hey, don't forget, take the trash out the trash bin or come and I'm like, when I sold the company, like I sold my goods just like, don't give a shit. Take the trash out. So, but the point is, is like all of a sudden you think you're in some magic club like you think you break through this glass ceiling and the reality is, is nobody cares and the reason I'm saying the reason I'm going somewhere with this is that we think that once we achieve a mark or a goal that's going to make our lives complete and sadly, it doesn't, it actually makes it more hollow because you realize, like, wow, I've been doing this all these years, and nobody even cares. Like they're, you know, everyone's moving on. So what I always tell people when I talked to when I told you earlier that a lot of entrepreneurs, they buy real estate, and people want to get involved in real estate and I asked them why they say I want more freedom, right? I'm sure you've probably heard this, I want anytime freedom, do what I want, blah, blah, blah, they use this word freedom, like it means something special to them. I tell them okay, well, let me ask you this, why don't you just sell all your shit today, go live in your car at the park, and you'll have all the freedom you need. No one will bother you, you'll have your freedom. They think about that I'm like, but you know, what you won't have is you won't have the memories that you want associated with that freedom. So we're really not buying freedom. What we're buying is memories. So when I sell a business, or I have rental properties, giving me cash flow, what am I doing with that cash flow, it's giving me the ability to have freedom to go buy the memories. It's the memories we want. So going back to your question, how does somebody step out of what they want? I would first ask them, what memories do you want to buy because at the end of the day, we're not leaving, we're not leaving this earth with anything except our memories, right? When we go when our when our expiration date happens. We're not going anywhere, except with memories in our brains. What memories do you want, right in the real estate, and the cash flow or whatever you're doing with that will give you the means to buy those memories. So buy the memories don't buy the time is you go to prison and have all the free time you want. You may not like the result, but you'll have free time by the memories, right? Go to you know, have dinner on the Mediterranean in Greece, right? Go to this African Safari, the Rolling Stones in Wembley Stadium. Those are the memories that you want and that's what real estate gives you. So going back to your question when someone says, hey, like, you know, how do I get out of it? I'm like, what memories do you want? Do you want to be an employee? That's trading time for money because that's what you're doing? I'll give you an example. So my son, he bought a rental property at 14 years old. Okay and everyone's like, oh, that's awesome. Yeah and he bought it with his money, you know and so everyone's like, man, that's awesome. That's great. Like, did you have him do the rehab and clean the house and I'm like, No. Why would I do that? They're like, so he can learn. I'm like, I don't do that. Why should I make him do that? That's being a hypocrite. I want him to be a business owner, not an employee. Don't get me wrong. There's nothing wrong with being an employee but that's that that is not the goal of one rental property like, hey, congratulations, you want a rental property? Now go learn how to cut wood lay tile, put it insulation but dad, you don't do that. I wouldn't even know how to do that. Like, again, working on strengths versus weaknesses, right? People seem like when they get a rental property that like, all of a sudden, I've got to learn how to put a toilet in and I gotta get up on the roof and inspect it. I'm like, have you ever done that before? No and I'm like, Well, then why in the heck would you get up on a roof? If you didn't know what you're doing like this is how you become a statistic. But we think we should because of ego and pride. So that's kind of a long answer but that's my answer. Michael: I love it, I love it a great answer. Steve, great answer. Talk to us a little bit about, like, the qualities and what you see really successful people do who are able to implement systematization like what like, what skills should people be go out there and refining in order to be able to execute here really, really well? Steve: Well, yeah, that's a great question and I've studied a lot of very successful people. I've been coached and mentored by some very successful people and I'm a constant student, I still a mentor to this day. Anyone who says that they don't need to be coached, and they don't need to be mentored, is missing out on a lot of opportunity. I look at Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, these guys are at the top of their game, and they still have coaches and mentors. All professional athletes have coaches, you don't become a professional athlete, and then lose the coaches. They make you better. Michael: So I'm done. Steve: Yeah, it's like I'm done. Um, you know, even Kobe Bryant, I mean, everyone, they all have coaches. I mean, that's how it works, right? Right, it's brings the best thing out of you. So number one, I think you always have to have somebody holding you accountable and if you look at all successful people, they have accountability. They have somebody holding them accountable in somebody, you know, a three feet distance is a world of perspective, right? In the simulators. When we find the simulators and we're practicing engine failures and all these things. The simulator instructor is about three feet behind us the control panel, and we joke and he they know, they're like, yeah, I'm the smartest guy in here because I'm three feet behind you, I can see all the mistakes you guys are making. You don't see it, because you're in the heat of battle. He's like, I can see it coming a mile away. I'm the smartest guy in the room. So having somebody three feet away, is a world of perspective, having an organization help give you guidance to when you're looking to acquire a property that's giving you that three feet difference. That's a world of difference, right? So, there is a recipe for success and I'm a firm believer. If you look at all successful people, they follow a very simple recipe. It's not magic, people who are failures, they follow a recipe also and I think that every day that you wake up every day that we all wake up, we have a decision to make. It's very simple. Am I going to be better than yesterday or am I going to be worse than that, initially, is our decision that we make every day because you're not good, you're they're getting better. You're getting worse, we never stay the same ever and so when you wake up in the morning, what is the decision you're gonna make? Are you going to do any reading? Are you going to do any I'm statements? What are you going to do to focus on solution based questions slash trying to be better or are you going to be in blame excuse or denial? So going back to your question, I think that people that if you want to learn how to become better at systemization, then talk to someone who knows what they're doing and that can help you become a systems expert because, look, as an airline pilot, right? I've been I've been flying for almost 30 years, I've been trained by Boeing, I fly one of the most complicated aircraft out there a Boeing 787. I didn't, I wasn't born that way, I had to be trained and guess what, we still go back to training every six months, and we go back through all the initial stuff. So just because you reach the pinnacle, you don't stay up there and if you look at people that are successful, they're always trying to be better, just because you have three houses or five houses or 500 houses. Look, the crash to the bottom is much faster than the rise to the top, as we all know, and seen, you know, with banks crashing and other things. It's the people that are cognizant and follow that recipe and again, I don't think it's a very complicated recipe and if you look at people, you know, they do a lot of things in the one thing that I've learned, I'll give you a quick story. I was with one of my mentors one time, guys. 11 businesses, right. He's on the board of 11 businesses and he was my mentor, and we lunch and I was like, man, I don't know how you do it. Like you have 11 businesses. I'm like, how many days a week do you work? He's like, Tuesday, Thursday, and sometimes half a Friday. It was like this guy was talking Martian to me. I was like, like, how is that even possible and he goes, You know what, Steve, you know what the difference is? He says, I say No, way more than I say yes and I said, you know what, that's easy for you to say because you're this multimillionaire that has 11 businesses and he said, I would have never become this way. If I didn't start saying no and he said there's an opportunity cost that every time you say yes to something, you are saying no to something else, right. So he goes every time you say yes to doing something that is not the most high income producing activity, you are saying no to something. He's like, it's again, he goes, it's your choice. So when I coach people, one of the things I do, and this will be a freebie for people watching is, I always have them do a two week time study, okay? So it's a very simple time study that they have to go and they have to write down for two weeks, every single thing that they do, right, you want to go on a diet, you start tracking your food, you want to see where your money's going, you go on a budget, you want to see where your time is going and start tracking it at the end of the day, they have to give me an executive summary. Tell me how your day went? I don't care. I don't care what you did. I just want to hear it from your words. Within one week, within one week, they will be like, I now know where my time is going and most people think they're so productive, like, oh, I work all day long. I'm like, bullshit, you don't work all day long. Yeah, study and we'll see. After they do the time set, he's like, man, I'm only working like three hours a day. I'm like, because everything else is reactionary. A five minute interruption, a five minute phone call is equal to 23 minutes of lost time. How many times as a as a real estate investor entrepreneur, do we get the sideways calls that interrupt our data, and they sidetrack us, if you get 10 calls a day, that's 230 minutes that you were never expecting to lose, you just lost that chunk of time. So now you're living what's called a reactive life and when you're living a reactive life, you're in chaos and when you're in chaos, you're not in control and when you're not in control, you're not making money. So the challenges is what people don't put a factor into this chaotic life, is the mental stress that it weighs on you. So once they do the first week, the second week, they have to go back in every day, they have to do this and I and just the type of coach I am, every day, they have to send me a picture of their time study and I tell them, the day you don't send this, to me is the last day you will hear from me, because I can't want it more than you like it's very simple. Like, even if you pay me all the money, you're done like that's just how it is I can't I don't have time to waste if you don't want to be better. So when they do this, the next day is they have to put an H or an L next to that high income activity, low income activity. And guess how many low income activities they do on a day? Michael: Probably the majority… Steve: Probably the majority. So then what we do at the end of that next week, we go, okay, these are the things that make you money. These are the things that don't we need to outsource systemize or automate the things that you don't make money on of these high income activities. Which ones do you like doing? Which ones are you good at? I like this, and this, okay, this is the focus, we need to find someone else to do these other high income activities. We don't ignore them and so my point is, is one of my mentors said that he goes TV goes understand saying no is not saying that. No, the way you think it. He goes when I say no, it just means I'm not doing it. He goes, I just make sure that other people are getting it done, but it's not through me. He goes things to have to get done in a business but he goes, it doesn't have to be you. That's your ego and pride, thinking that you have to be the one doing it all. So that was a very valuable lesson for me that I share with you, you in the listeners. Michael: Yeah, thank you. I mean, as you're saying this, I'm just like, oh, my God, I have so many hours in my day, this is insane. Steve: Yeah, we do. We all look, we all do. And it's a matter of stepping on the scale whenever I'm coaching someone, or someone gives me a call, like, man, I just feel like I'm losing it. I'm like, just do a time study. I mean, it sounds it sounds so simple, or whatever but I'm like just do the time study you will see very clearly, and then just fix it. Look at the pendulum swings. It's okay but you got to do something to take corrective action. Otherwise, it's going to keep swinging, it's never gonna go back on its own. You don't all of a sudden become more organized and more productive. It doesn't work that way, right? You're always gonna go back and you've got to start focusing on making that decision every day. What am I doing? You know, and it could be something simple. It could be reading for five minutes, could be writing your day could be whatever it is, but start creating habits and those habits become patterns and those patterns will change your life. Michael: Mike drop exit stage left, Steve, that was amazing. Man, I want to be super respectful of your time. If people want to talk with you more, learn more about you reach out, have you as their coach, what's the best way for them to do so? Steve: Yeah, they can find me on all social media handles. It's Rozenberg, Steve on Instagram, Steve Rozenberg on all the other stuff. They can also go to my website. My website is https://steverozenberg.com/ , it's ROZENBERG.com and you know, I do a lot of coaching. I do three day masterminds with very high level, people like Bradley, the iron cowboy, other people, I bring them in. It's all about mindset and it's all about, you know, the one thing I'll say real quick before we go and I want to be respectful of your time is don't be selfish, and to the people watching and what I mean by that is as entrepreneurs, we watch these shows, right? We buy real estate, we do all these things, and we do it for the people that we love but here's the thing, we never actually share the knowledge that we've learned with the people we're doing it for. To me, that's the definition of being selfish be selfless. Like I said, my son bought his first rental property and 14, create generational wealth, right? Bring them into the loop. Don't be selfish, because when you're selfish, you're isolating yourself, have an open mind and the ability to give abundance and share the knowledge that you learned from this podcast, show reading, bring the family that you're doing it for into the mix, and you will have a much, much more fulfilled life and you'll be much more successful not just financially, but personally relationship and all that stuff. So don't be selfish. Michael: Yeah. I love that, Steve and one more final question before I let you go. You mentioned you're running a mastermind and I think a lot of our listeners maybe have been to how to coach or been to seminars or been in real estate trainings, and just whoever reason can't implement it. They take the classroom knowledge, but they can't execute a role. So what have you seen people do who are really successful at that and actually applying what they've learned and taking that excitement and went out and actually ran with it… Steve: That's a good question. So and the reason I created my mastermind is that very reason, right? Everybody goes there, rah, rah, they leave in there, like two weeks later, they're like, it's in their car underneath their seats, all the dogs chewing on it and so what I do when I do my masterminds is once they're done, they get unlimited coaching from me, they get my phone, they get my text, they get my email, if they need me, they call me. So I'm there as accountability for them every single day. It's not that hey, I know you have a problem Monday morning with a tenant exploding your house but we're supposed talk Thursday at three so call me then that doesn't work in the real world. I don't think that that's a very successful model. I give unlimited so that they have me and they have me as accountability. I think the biggest challenge when you leave these events and coaching is the accountability part. If the coach if you have a coach and he's not accountable, find them accountability person, one of the things I do when I coach partners is I have a board of directors meeting, I create a board of directors for them going over the P&I statements going over balance sheets, going over the goals. This is what you need to do in any organization, all businesses do it. Most people don't. So if you can't make your coach be accountable, or you can't afford a coach or whatever the case may be find a friend, a family member or go to the bum on the corner. I don't care but make someone hold you accountable that you actually have to answer for what you're doing and I think if you're accountable, based on what you learned, that's why I do unlimited coaching, you're going to be much more successful with achieving the goals that you set out to achieve. Michael: Makes total sense, Steve, this was a total, total blast, man, thank you so much for taking the time to hang out with me. I really, really appreciate it. Steve: Thank you, man. It's good having you appreciate you having me on. Michael: Hey, we'll definitely talk soon. All right, when that was episode, a big thank you to Steve for coming on super, super, super great stuff. As he was talking. I was like, oh my God, I need to start doing a lot more of what Steve is talking about. As always, if you enjoyed the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever you get your podcasts and we look forward to seeing you on the next one. Happy investing…
Episode 49 drops tonight!! So this episode is a short one!! We talk with Robbie Williams about Static Nationals presented by Best Clothing & Rod-N-Hammer Transport and the last of the preparations! Dizzy and I talk about our tattoo experience at Crater City ink with Josh and Lori Philpot! We talk about our time at Part 2: Ducks -N- Trucks Charity Cruise In Middlesboro KY And we discuss the last Jurassic World Domination! So if you see Don Dizzy Davis out at Static Nationals give him a holler and ask how big his cock is?? Hahhahahha Like to thank our sponsors Asphalt Army The grande finale show HammerD Weekend Wear EASTBOUND GETDOWN SHOW presented by Stingray Chevrolet Layin Frame Kandles The Sparks show 2023
The Cancel Pod Episode #3 Contact us at email@example.com 0:15 - Dizzy has long Covid 1:00 - Jamie Dimon wants people back to the office for five days 1:20 - 80% of life is showing up 2:00 - WFH is a really boring video game 3:00 - SF and LA are the worst cities in the world right now 3:35 - the laptop class doesn't understand moving for work 4:45 - is unlimited PTO is a scam? 6:00 - horses and divorces 7:30 - should people have to announce their divorces? 8:45 - isthispersondivorced.com 10:35 - dizzy's dating doc is wild. 100+ rows 12:00 - everyone is rawdogging (in an era of monkeypox) 13:00 - rawdog is OK if the linkedin profile is strong 15:45 - do open marriages exist? 16:20 - is it swinger or cheating? 17:00 - DJ suzan loves marriage 19:00 - groups of Indian guys can't get laid 20:30 - dizzy: latin guys are sexy 21:00 - that is not called going well 21:30 - one indian guy, one white guy, one black guy 23:00 - ratios are crucial to going out 24:20 - Kyle is always tricking us into having dinner 27:00 - keep dinner tight, keep it light, keep it moving 28:45 - someone was mean to Dizzy and then he started losing weight 29:45 - dizzy is getting hit on more often now 30:00 - certain weight thresholds mean you're treated better 32:00 - this would never happe in the metaverse 33:30 - indian moms don't know what healthy food is 35:00 - shoutout to Suzie for all the walking influencer swag 36:00 - urinal rules 38:10 - thanks joe biden for not forgiving our loans 39:30 - we went to the ivy leagues! 41:00 - Slade and Dizzy were betrayed by a friend of ours at Columbia whose tuition we helped play for 42:00 - DJ Suzan and DJ mike are a potential couple? 43:30 - set up your anxious friends with other anxious friends
Our guest today is Katie Riebel, Rescue Partner at Dizzy Dog Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, solely focused on dogs in Texas, dedicated to saving urgent animals from high-risk shelters and providing the care they need until placing them in permanent, loving homes.Katie brakes down the current state of things in Texas while sharing the importance of transport, why they focus on dogs in a different state, and the untapped resources that have helped create lasting change in some of the most deprived areas of the country, despite the struggles of the last three years.Topics Include:- How did Dizzy Dog Rescue get started- Why help dogs in a different state- Networking and adoption outside of Texas- The effect of the economy on the rescue- The impact of understaffed shelters- Nextdoor as a recruiting and communication tool- Negativity on social media- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:Dizzy Dog Rescue: https://www.dizzydoganimalrescue.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3R1WMukWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Dizzy's volume 3 episode of Cleaning Up The Culture (C.U.T.C) shines light on the accomplishments and behavior of black men. Although it has been shown and proven that black men have accomplished many things. Foundational black men still fall short in a lot of critical areas. How so, what are those areas you ask? Tune in for this episode to see or hear the details.
Kimmer Show # 468, Dizzy spells, FBI suppressing Hunter's laptop, Top 20 book trouble, Stacy's dirty money, College loans, Trump redacted documents, Petes tweets, and more on today's episode of The Kimmer-cast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rep. Jason Smith has been the U.S. representative for Missouri's 8th congressional district since 2013. He will discuss the Inflation Reduction Act and how it will IMPACT Americans. Pro-life activist, Ryan Bomberger, is back on the Huckabee show to discuss the path FORWARD after the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade. Magician Craig Karges is an award-winning entertainer, a nationally recognized speaker, and an author. Don't miss his MAGICAL performance. Veteran and Purple Heart recipient, Richard Casper, OPENS UP about his organization CreatiVets. His mission is to EMPOWER wounded veterans to heal through the arts and music. Tommy Roe wrote most of the hit songs for which he is best known, such as "Dizzy" and "Sheila." He joins the Huckabee show to discuss his career, memoir, and to PERFORM his hit song "Dizzy." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we got our first ever official song actually about Nicolas Cage thanks to The Goo Goo Dolls and their insanely popular album Dizzy Up the Girl released Sept. 22, 1998. Apparently many of our listeners loved this album, prepare to wonder why. In this episode we discuss lawsuits, Pauly Shore, Nicolas Cage, selling out, Buffalo, Carls, poison, werewolf, mead, and so much more! Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com Episode Outline: Top of the show "Do you hate it?" Personal History History of the Band General Thoughts Song by Song - What do they mean!?! How Did it Do Reviews Post Episode "Do you hate it?"