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In this episode, Founder of Taylor Insurance and Financial Services, Eszylfie Taylor, talks about balancing and prioritizing the mind, body, and money. Today, Eszylfie talks about wearing many hats, how yoga has changed his life, and his work on Mind Body Money. How is short-term gratification hindering our progress? Hear about how Eszylfie fits so much into his life, how he picks himself up after a failure, and get his valuable advice for 2022, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.” “Only something good comes from being bold. Either you're going to get something you didn't have, or you're going to continue not having what you didn't have anyway.” “Pay yourself first.” “If you aim at nothing, you'll hit it with amazing accuracy.” “You have to give up smaller short-term instant gratification things for the long-term greater thing.” “Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship.” “Those who think they can do something and those who think they cannot do something are both right.” “The most successful people in life are those who can endure the most pain.” “No one is on their deathbed wishing they had more money.” “Never give up. You never know how close you are to your dreams.” “The road to walk a mile begins with a single step.” More about Eszylfie Taylor Eszylfie Taylor is the president and founder of Taylor Insurance and Financial Services, and serves as financial advisor to individuals, business owners, and high net worth families. Over the past decade, he has been widely recognized as one of the most accomplished producers in the industry, receiving the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) award, “Agent of the Year: Los Angeles" in 2010-2012. Additionally, Mr. Taylor is a 15-time "Million Dollar Round Table" qualifier, the last four of which he has been a "Top of the Table” producer, ranking him in the top 1% of all producers worldwide, and was the recipient of the 2015 Top Four Under Forty Award by Advisor Today Magazine. Mr. Taylor began his career at age 22 with New York Life Insurance Company, where he soon ascended to the Chairman's Council, reaching the ranking of #1 Broker in Los Angeles (2006-2013), and #1 Agent for the Company's African-American market (2006-2013). In 2007, he began building his own firm, Taylor Insurance and Financial Services. Mr. Taylor currently sits on the board of three non-profit organizations dedicated to business empowerment, children's health, and social services. He is the founder of the non-profit, Futures Stars Camp, which provides basketball training and life coaching skills (www.futurestarscamp.org) for kids. In addition to his passion for business, Eszylfie loves being a hands-on dad. Eszylfie holds a Bachelor's Degree (magna cum laude) in Business Management from Concordia University. He has also earned the Series 6, 63, 65, and 7 licenses, and a Life and Health Insurance license. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Finance, Financial Freedom, Success, Perseverance, Yoga, Mind Body Money, Long-Term Goals, Consistency, Resilience, To learn more, follow Eszylfie at: Website: https://www.mindbodymoney.com https://www.taylormethod.com https://www.futurestarscamp.org Instagram: @EszylfieTaylor LinkedIn: Eszylfie Taylor Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:02 Hi, Eszylfie welcome to the podcast. I'm happy to have you on. 00:07 Thank you for having me. 00:08 And I'm excited to talk about you and your journey and all the different hats that you wear in your, in your professional and in your personal life. So let's break all of this down. So you are a financial advisor. You're a yoga instructor, you're an entrepreneur, and you're a girl, dad, and I have a soft spot for I'm one of three girls, you've got three girls, I totally I get it. So if we can, let's first talk about how does all that happen in one life? How do you put that all together? 00:43 Yeah, I think, for me, when I was graduating college, I made a promise to myself that I would never look back at my life and say, what if what if I did this? Or what if I try this? And what if I went here? I just say I just say yes. Right? And as as as a result of that I'm a huge failure, probably arguably, the biggest failure you've ever met in your life. And that's also why I succeed, right? So I would rather try something and fail miserably might fall flat on my face and say, Okay, that wasn't for me and check the box, then just wish or assume. Right? And because, you know, again, I think I didn't want to be a grizzled old man sitting on my porch one day thinking of all the things that I could have done with my life that I should have done with my life and then look back with regret, no, no, no regrets? 01:32 And how do you pick yourself up after each one of those failures? Because, I mean, maybe my skin's a little bit thinner. But I would just I don't know that I would have the fortitude to continue to pick myself up and move forward again. So how do you do that? 01:48 I think for me, you know, sports sports played a big role in helping me create grit. You know, I have a nonprofit that I founded called future stars. And then I teach kids and I'm actually doing a camp right now for kids. And, and I told the kids today, I said, you miss 100% of the shots, you don't take this 100% of the shots you don't take. So my contention is, is I just tell myself, I tell others to be bold, right? Because only something good comes from being bold. Either you're going to get something you've never had, or continue, which you didn't have what you didn't have anyway, right? You're going to get something you didn't have or continue not to have what you didn't have anyway. So what do you lose? To your point? It's really just ego. Right? That's, that's right. Right. And so I'd rather hear or know, or face rejection and say, Okay, well, I didn't have it anyway. So what have I lost? That, you know, nothing, right? Yeah, I look at it, you know, it's, it's only it's only greed, right? It's only only upside. 02:50 And so you've so you say you've had all these failures, okay, I believe that, but you're also incredibly successful in multiple areas of your life, one of those being a financial advisor. So talk about how you got into the financial advising game, and then we'll maybe get since we're in the beginning of a new year is 2020, to maybe get a couple piece of pieces of advice from you, on how to set yourself up for success from a financial standpoint. But first, let's talk about how you became a financial advisor. And we'll take it from there. 03:29 Yeah, I started my career fresh out of college, I'm in the business which is unique, right, so the average financial advisors probably a 55, six year old white male, right, so I'm anything but that I had one simple, you know, modest dream coming out of college that was to become a millionaire by the time I was 25. Right. So 22 I figured what three years is that's that sample time, right? It's reasonable, you know, by three years, that's, you know, that's, that's that should happen. Um, and, you know, I was at a job fair at my university and you know, I'm going from from booth to booth and all the companies are kind of telling me the same thing. I'm gonna make somewhere between 4050 grand a year, and I'm scratching my head and I'm like, okay, like, I'm not the smartest guy in the world. But that doesn't add up, right? Like I get to a million bucks that way and so you know, by by chance, uh, you know, I found my way into this world of financial services and what drew me to the industry was that it was an industry as a field where I was paid for my work I work ethic and aptitude not my age or tenure. Right and so at the end of the day, I was gonna eat what I kill right I was gonna I was gonna I was gonna make as much money I was going to have as big an impact in the community in the world as I worked tap right and so you know, it's funny against the against the better advice of my father who told me no, you know, get go work for someone else get a job right? Go get a paycheck on the first and the 15th and I just like i Dad, I think, I don't know I like You know, I can't even tell you how I'm gonna do it. But I just believe doing it this way me being in control of my fate is just a better way to go. And 20 years later, you know, here I am. 05:12 And I, I can totally relate with the just get a job and get the paycheck. And because I remember leaving college, I thought I would get a job and a hospital or a clinic and I would work there until I retired. Right, because sometimes those worlds aren't open for you right away, and you have to kind of really forge your path. Now you were very successful, as are are very successful as a financial advisor. And then you moved into becoming an entrepreneur, starting your own brokerage. So we'll get to that in a second. But before we do, let's give people a little bit of advice for their financial success in 2022. What's your best advice for us? 05:55 Yeah, I mean, one of the guiding principles of creating financial security is the idea of paying yourself first, right? And, you know, tell people you if you work for a company, right, and and and they didn't pay you, would you continue to go to work? Virtually everyone says, Well, no, rather not go to work, have a good day. But my contention is, you get your paycheck, and you pay rent, and you pay your car lease, and you pay your credit card, and you pay your cell phone bill, right, and you don't put any money away, right? No money in savings investments for you, you just work for free, because none of that money went to create wealth for you. Right. So the the one thing that I would tell people is to pay yourself first. And this really comes first and foremost with creating a budget. Right? You have to have a plan, right? I would say if you aim at nothing, you'll hit it with amazing accuracy. Right? So you have a certain amount of money coming in. Okay, so if I make five grand a month, okay, well, what are your bills? My bills are three grand a month. Okay. That that gap between your income and your expenses? That's called your discretionary income? That's do I make dinner at home tonight? Or do I go to that steak house? That's do I, you know, do I go on vacation? Right, you know, to to Hawaii? Or do I just go camping, you know, down down down the road, right. And so those are your choices, right? Those are your choices. But I always tell people pay yourself first. And the reason and I wanted to drive home the importance of this, you want to get to the point where you can live off of interest, you want to get to the point where you've saved, you've accumulated so much money, that the yield the earnings from your money covers all of your expenses. That to me is retirement. It's not about being 65 or 67, or 70. It's the point at which you remove the half twos from the equation, you do things because you want to do them not because you have to do them. And the more money you put away, right, the longer it's working, the greater rate of return you're earning than the faster you get to that point, right. And so I don't care where it is, it could be a savings account to start. It can be a brokerage account, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, insurances, whatever, right? But something you must pay yourself first. Right? And that's, that's the first guiding, no first guiding principle. 08:10 And I love that I started doing that a couple of years ago has changed my life. Yeah. And it's like, it's so I feel like I have like less worry and less burden on my shoulders. Does that make sense? 08:23 Well, it does make perfect sense. And the challenge is, is people go oh, well, you know, I, my lifestyle will be, you know, be interrupted. And no, it won't, right. And if you think about this, and I love breaking down, and this is maybe a challenge that the listeners can can join in on, take the amount of money you're looking to save on a monthly basis, and break it down to the day makes it even more palatable. So you think about it. If I go, Hey, I want to save, you know, I want to save $1,000 a month. That's my target. Right? So what's that roughly about $33? A day. Right? So you get a lunch every day, Karen, you had to take me to lunch, right? Would that change your life? Would your life suffer? We just ended a living change? Probably not right? You're ready to retire? If I said you have $2 million in your retirement account. Would that help you with that? Would that change your life? I probably wouldn't hurt. 09:19 Yeah, it would be good. I'd be I be okay with that. 09:22 Right. And that is what you're giving up. So it's like we have to give up smaller short term instant gratification things for the long term greater good. 09:31 Yeah. And I think that's that mental shift is so important because we live in a world now where instant gratification is everything right? And so how do you counsel your clients who are used to an instant gratification world to be like, Hey, listen, this is going to come to you but you have to wait. Well, 09:50 I think the principle of saving and investing or paying yourself first doesn't mean you can't have fun. It doesn't mean you can't enjoy the fruits of your labor and I think people tend to, you know, live in these extremes, right? Like either save everything you must, you know, not spend don't have any fun like your life is over right? Or, or like, we only live once I'm gonna spend it all right and, and the reality of is there's a balance, you know in the middle, right? And so what I'm saying pay yourself first in that example if I make five grand a month and I have $3,000 a month of expenses, and I decide I'm gonna put away $500 Well, there's still 1500 bucks to go to the movies to go to dinner to go buy that, you know that handbag to go buy those shoes. You want it right, like, but you made yourself first. 10:36 Yeah, yeah, I love it. Like I said, that mentality has just changed and shifted everything for me. So hopefully, the listeners will take that and hold on to it through 2020. Now, like I said, you wear a lot of different hats. So financial advisors, one new or very successful financial advisor working for someone else. Right? And then you kind of made a shift, you kind of reached the point where, oh, I feel like I've got all this stuff. But I'm not sure that I'm happy in the place where I'm at. Is that right? Yeah, I 11:12 think, you know, for me, I realized I draw the analogy, I felt like I was a shark in a fish tank. Right. Like I had, I had outgrown, you know, the system that I was in. And in order to continue to to flourish, I needed to swim in larger waters, right? I believe in life, you know, you're green and you're Brown, you're growing and you're dying, you're getting better, you're getting worse, there's no staying the same, right? And so for me, I'm always looking to grow, I'm always looking to get better. I'm always looking to be pushed, and challenging. So you know, what better thing than, you know, leaving a 13 year career, you know, and multi multimillion dollar practice than to go out break out on your own and try to build something bigger. So that's exactly what I did. 11:57 And again, not easy. Now, was this around the same time that you started getting into yoga and becoming a yoga practitioner? And how did that change? What you do as a financial advisor and even as a dad and as a person? Kind of connecting that mind and body? 12:18 Yeah, I think it was somewhat around the same time I've been been practicing yoga for about 14 1415 years and and I've been independent now my own brokerage about 910 years and I think what yoga taught me not only what it did for me physically, but it I was very idealistic visit undermanned, right, this will happen, this lab, this will happen, right? I was very rigid, right? This, this, this. And what yoga taught me is it taught me to detach myself from outcomes. It taught me to detach myself from outcomes and to just focus on process. Right. And so there's a little Mater that I that I shared in the listeners can can take part in this as well. And you got a challenge in your life. Right? You got an issue in your life, you ask yourself questions, three questions. Do you have a problem? No. Okay. Don't worry about it. Right? No problem doesn't worry about. Do you have a problem? Yes. Can you do something about it? Yes. Okay. Don't worry about it. Do you ever problem? Yes. Can you do something about it? No. Oh, great. Don't worry about it. Which basically means all paths lead to not worrying about it. Right? So I believe that everything happens for a reason. And it's exact, perfect timing, even the crappy stuff. Right? Even the stuff you're like, This isn't fun. This hurts. Right? And, and, and, and one of the things that yoga has taught me is this just changes my mantras. I mean, even teaching it right, I have all these intentions and things that I that I that I share with with my students and that I have to also live by I can't say it not believe it or not live with it, right. And even this past week, my watch for classes that ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship. Right? And so through adversity through challenges, that is where we that is where we grow, that's where we get product progress, that is where grit is developed. And so for me, Yoga has softened me in so many ways. And let me accept things right, except that sometimes I will get exactly what I want. And sometimes the door will be slammed in my face and it's okay because if a door gets slammed in my face it was supposed to get now now the challenge is in the big so do you need me Sophie, every time you get rejected, you just accept it like know what I mean by trusting the processes. If I have done what is required of me, if I have done everything that I can do, then I can detach myself from the outcome. I don't mean that I'm sitting at home flipping TV. going like, I'm going to make a million dollars this year. Are you working today? Like no, but it's coming to me I'm manifesting. There's two keys to success in life. Number one, you have to believe that's the first part, those that think they can do something and those that didn't, they could not do something about usually right, then the second piece, then you have to do the work. Right. So what I always had was a tremendous work ethic that I always had. But what was flawed, flawed, or what was underdeveloped, if you will, was that mindset that, that that that positivity, that manifestation? That that, okay, this, this is what will happen, okay? This is what I want to happen, okay, and then go out and do the work. 15:38 Yeah. And boy, that second parts, the tricky bit, right, having to do the work. That's the hard part. And I know, and then, what I see a lot, and you probably see this on social media is people will say, Oh, I put it on my vision board, and it just happened. Or I manifested it, and it just happened. And then you're sitting there like, what, like, if that work is 16:02 because people people typically aren't posting their losses, right, people are posting their wins, you know, and the reality of it is, is that, you know, you take any anyone in any any arena sports, entertainment business, right there, they're all failures, all of them. They just were too stubborn to stay down. Right. And that's, that's the difference. I've come to believe that the most successful people in life are simply those who can endure the most pain, who can endure the most rejection who can in you know, indoor, and I think that's how I became successful in my business. I think, I think that I coined the phrase at the time when I was new advisor, I put in the phrase, tactical persistence, right? I'm going to be persistent tactfully. I think, in the first couple years of my career, people ultimately just did business with me, because I like, if I don't buy something from this guy, I think he's ever going away. Like, I don't think he is ever. Right. And so, you know, I was just there, they're there. And they're like, fine, right? I mean, you've developed a relationship and people know, right, then he's not going anywhere. He's gonna be here. Right. And, and, and, and I think I think that's, that's, that's important. I mean, anyone, uh, any one of the listeners, you know, of this program can tell you what is the easiest way to put off a salesperson or a telemarketer the easiest way to um, one simple phrase, call me later. And 99.9% of the time, they will not and you're off the hook. You don't even have to reject it. You did. So call me later because they didn't follow through. Right? Right. They didn't follow up. So you didn't have to actually, you know, say no, even right. And so, that's the thing for me, like, No, I'm gonna follow up and I'm gonna follow through and I'm gonna do everything that is required of me. Right. And if you ultimately type he's not right or my services are right then. Okay. Right. But I will not fail because I didn't do what was required. That will happen. 17:52 Yeah, yeah. That makes perfect sense. And, you know, speaking of tactful persistence, the other hat that you were is a dad to three girls, so I can only imagine tactful persistence comes in handy. So how has all of this your experience in business, your experience in yoga, your experience in life? How does that come together when it comes to raising three, three gals? 18:17 Yeah, um, you know, I, when I was a younger man, I used to pray to God that he'd sent girls to hang all over me. And he took me literally and it's like, here you go, here's three of them. Right? So be careful what you ask for my kid. I've got these three girls. And this is a prime example of you don't always get what you want, but you get exactly what you need. Right? me growing up as an athlete, I was a force for Letterman. In high school, I went on to play college basketball. You know, I recently got inducted into the Hall of Fame in my high school for sports. Right? So of course, I want Boys, boys continue to legacy and go on. And then I get three tall girls, two beautiful girls like oh, man, like God, why? But you know, just, I'm a different man. I'm a different father because I have these three girls. And I think, you know, my, my role and the one thing that I say is like as as a as a man, right of girl, Dad, if you will, I'm the first man they fall in love with. So it's my responsibility to show them, you know, respect and true love and chivalry, because that's where they're going to carry on in their relationships as they get older. And so I think, you know, I feel very blessed. Although, they are sisters and they're they're all flesh of my flesh and blood of my blood. There are three completely different people that represent three completely different sets of challenges and, and, and things to deal with. But I've been blessed because they're good girls, right? And I wish I could say it was because I'm such a great dad. But, um, you know, I think that they're they're just inherently they've got good sweet spirits, which is, which is a blessing to have. And then I'm just doing the best I can to guide them. I think we all can attest to this being as we get older, we become adults, we look back at our parents, and we realize every one of us has said this at some point, like, wait a minute, our parents didn't know what the heck they were doing. Right. Like, and some of us even called our parents out, right? Like, you were just winging it. They're like, Yeah, you know, and so I feel like, you know, I feel like, we're just all doing the best we can, you know, and that's, I'm doing the best we can as much as I feel like, you know, I'm doing all the things from I can from my, my daughters, I'm sure they'll tell you. Yeah, but he didn't do this, or this or this, but, but what they will definitely say is that, you know, I'm president and that I'm, I'm, I'm, I'm consistent, I'm a consistent, you know, consistent force in their life. Right. And that's, you know, that's the most important thing to me. I don't need them to always like me, I don't I don't need them to always agree with me, but I do need them to, to respect and honor Me and then with the love that we have, you know that that's something that you know, is so special, and then I feel blessed to be there for their father. Yeah. 21:20 Amazing. And you're putting all of this together, your financial advisor role your entrepreneur role, your community mindedness, your girl, Dad, your yoga, into mind, body money. So what is it? And what can we expect? 21:42 Yeah, Mind Body money is a docu series that I created. I have actually filmed all of season one, I'm in the process of talking to a variety of networks now to get it placed on on national television COMM And q1 Next year, so stay tuned. I've also created an app that's on the App Store mind dot body dot money that's on the app store as well. But the idea is that how do we become the best versions of ourselves? And we become the best versions of ourselves balancing those three areas in that order. Mind. Body, money, right? Mindset first manifestation, manifestation. Every day when people ask me how I'm doing I Thomas, the best day of my life, I say that every single day. Now, does that mean that everything is going well in my life at all times? Nope. But that's what I say. I'm manifesting positivity. Right. But health alone is so important. We're getting one body, right? Never no one's ever on their deathbed wishing they had more money. Right? So you got to take care of yourself. And then money, good stewardship of your money, right? Money can't buy you happiness, but it can pay your bills. So I can do a lot of stuff by hand. And so typically, what I find is people are unequally yoked right you might have the money hungry driven person and And admittedly, I was that person coming out of school, I want to be a million dollars. I want to, you know, you know, have a nice house nice car and buy stuff, right? But lacks substance lacked connectivity. Oh, right. And, and, and when I got all this stuff, what I realized, like, oh, an empty because it's not about the stuff. It's not about money. Right? It's about connections about love. Okay, and then you got the other people that understand spirituality? No, it's about mindset and in spirituality, and, and peace. And that's great that you feel like that you want to go on this yoga retreat. But I got a question for you. How do you pay your bills? Right. And so it's that it's the balance between those three areas. And that's what the show features different athletes, celebrities, entertainers, all the way down to your common men and women, and how the journey in life, right, you know, is navigating those three areas. And the one thing that I'll tell you, between all of the people, there is always a story of failure. There's always a story of doubt, or uncertainty that they all press through. And that's the one thing that I say common thread, like the most successful people, right that I've met in my life all can tell you a story where they were down and out or they didn't know what's gonna happen next, but they persevered, right? There's a, there's a, there's a little meme that I that I share when I'm doing my my talks and it has it's a photo of a goldmine that you can envision this in a person with a with a with a pitchfork, and they're digging in, they're digging, and they've dug like a 10 foot ditch and they get frustrated, and they turn around like, like I'm finished right? And they were only one foot away from actually hitting goal but they're like I've done so much And then the mantra here is don't don't ever give up. You never know how close you are, to, to your, to your goals to your dream. So So you swing away, you swing away until you get it. Right. And maybe maybe you'll get there in a week, they will take a year, they will take 10 years, right? Maybe Maybe it's not meant for you. Right. But But again, right, don't leave this earth wondering what if? 25:25 And out of all of the episodes that you've done and the people that you've met through mind body money? Is there a particular story that sticks out for you that you can share with the audience? 25:40 Yeah, there's two stories that come to mind. Actually, I'll share first one guest we had was on the show was Jordan sparks. She was the youngest American, I 25:51 love her. She's great. 25:52 She's awesome. Just as lovely. Off off screen as she is on screen. She shared with me so she goes on American Idol. She comes here to actually to Pasadena where I live, she cheats. She auditions at the Rose Bowl and gets cut. She didn't even make it to go see Simon and all those guys, right? She gets cut, right? And she says she remembers walking out, you know, through the parking lot with all these girls. And at the time, she was young. I think she was like 17 or so. But at the time, she said she remember seeing all these older girls and older by but I mean like 2526 year olds, I thought, Oh, my life is over. This is my only chance to make it big. And I'm done. And she thought to herself like, no, like, I'll come back don't get another way for me. So she goes back, she lives in Arizona. So she goes to a regional regional competition in in in Phoenix and wins, right and wins. And the prize for winning was a chance to go to the next city, which was in Seattle, and try again, audition again. And on that second audition, she gets picked up and then ultimately wins 26:58 the show. Amazing. 27:00 And so that story is when we're like wow, you know, like, wow, you know that what level of perseverance and just believe that like not this, isn't it? And how many of us would have faced that rejection or or stumbled in the live live? Yes, it wasn't in the cards for me. Right? But again, as long as you have breath in your body, keep pushing. Right. The other story I'll share is I had David Hasselhoff he was on my radio show my Ask the Experts radio show. And we're interviewing him. And David Hasselhoff was one of the principals of one of the first billion dollar TV franchises Baywatch, right? Um, I personally think that Knight Rider was cooler but for the for you. Gen Xers with me. But anyway, but but the US, you know, first building our franchise Baywatch, right, and we're talking about that. And again, what a lot of people don't know is that they watched initially was cancelled. It was cancelled after the first three episodes. Because yeah, they killed like five people in the first few episodes and and the viewers didn't like it. So the show got canceled. So in an attempt to revitalize the show, because like I need financing, so in little known, but David Hasselhoff in Germany is like he's huge, right? Like he's like, he's like, yeah, he's like, the biggest thing he's Yeah, yeah. Right. So he goes to Germany's like, they'll give you money, right? It goes in Germany. He raises some money. He gets like 1,000,005 to bring back the show, and comes back and does the show, right? Well, what happens is, they run out of money. They run out of money, they can't finish the episode. So like, man, we got 22 minutes of content, we need 25 And we don't have any more money. What can we do? How can we make the episodes longer slomo that is where slomo comes in. Slo Mo was to stretch out the scene so that they can get their minutes so funny that the most iconic part of the show was really a mistake was really because they didn't have money right? So story after story after story like that, that I've heard in my 22 year career most certainly in filming this Docu series is follow doc that like wow, like so many times people put a lay down so many times people could have you know, given a peck Jeff basals worked at McDonald's guys. You have like, like, like so so when somebody next to you when you're when you're working in Starbucks and the barista next to us like I'm going to be a billionaire and all scoff right you never know. 29:34 It can happen you never know. I love these like insider stories. I think it's so cool. So as we start to wrap things up, where can people find more about you about mind body money? Maybe see some little clips things like that. Where can where can people go? 29:53 Yeah, I'm pretty easy to find. My name is so unique. There's not a lot of me out there. He Sophie Taylor, Mama variety of social media platforms Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, that's at a selfie Taylor s ZYLF ie Taylor at the Sophie Taylor. For the show, we actually have a website, in addition to the social media platform. So we have a website Mind, Body money.com. So mind body money calm, you can also get information on the app store as well. You can download the app, the app store at mine dot body dot money, as well. And so yeah, we're out here we're continuing to push out new content, and, and keep everyone posted on the release of everything. But I'm super excited for what 2022 is going to bring and look forward to sharing. I feel like the bottom line for me is like when do you watch television? And and learn something? When do you watch television and feel better? And that's what I'm going to bring? That's what I'm going to bring to the world? 30:56 Well, the world certainly needs it at this point in time. So it sounds perfect to me. And now before we end, I asked everyone this same question. And it's knowing where you are now in your life and your career. What advice would you give to your younger self? 31:12 I would remind my younger self, that the road to walk a mile begins with a single step. No shortcuts. No matter how talented you are, no matter how smart you are, no matter how ambitious you are, right hard work is undefeated, you must do the work, right foot in front of the left one step at a time you'll get there. I think one of the biggest reasons that I'm successful today, it's all the slow, boring stuff. All the get rich quick, I'm gonna make a million dollars in a month and change the world all that stuff crashed and burned. 31:47 Right? So you mean all the stuff you see on social media? 31:51 Yeah, all that stuff crash and burn. It was it's the slow and steady. You know that? That is why you know, is why I'm here. Right. And so that's why I remind my younger self and it's hard, right? It's hard to listen, my long term plan at 22 was 25. Right? That was my long term plan. Right? I love that. Right? I mean, I was like, man, three years, that's 25 years old. Right? And so, you know, I can still couldn't even see past 30 like, well, what is what is that? You know, and, and then you you you blink? Right? You blink and you're like, well, 10 years has gone by 15 years gone by 20 years has gone by, you know and so that's what I would remind myself is just stay the course. Don't get you on the highs don't get too long. The lows the road to walk a mile begins with a single step. Just go. 32:37 I love it. Great advice. And Sophie, thank you so much for coming onto the podcast one more time. Where can people find out more about you? 32:48 Social media at ie Sophie Taylor, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, at Mind Body money, Instagram as well. And at the mind body money.com site as well as a mind body about money on the App Store. 33:03 Perfect. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it. I appreciate you. And I wish you all the best in 2022, including your show. 33:13 Awesome. Thank you. Thank you. I'll take all the well wishes and blessings I could get. Thank you very much. 33:18 You're welcome. And everyone. Thanks so much for tuning in. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.
Katie Wyatt, CIO of the $1.5 billion Loyola University Chicago endowment, discusses transitioning the endowment to an internally managed investment model, Loyola's decision to divest from fossil fuels, and she shares as an investor what concerns her and excites her the most in 2022. (Recorded January 17, 2022)You're invited to join the Accelerate Investors Southwest Investor Insights Summit on March 31st in Austin, TX. You will have the opportunity to network with chief investment officers and other allocators from the Southwest region. Please visit accelerateinvestorsny.com/sw22 for more information.
Hosts: Gary & Christy Jenkins | Released Monday, January 24, 2022 The Bible encourages us to help each other as we have opportunity, to be rich in good works, and to be generous. Such sacrifices are pleasing to God. Sometimes you are able to give help, and other times you need to receive help. In […]
Noah Waisberg, Co-Founder & CEO - Zuva; Author of "AI for Lawyers" In this episode of the M&A Science Podcast, Noah Waisberg, Co-Founder & CEO - Zuva shares his experience and top learnings after he creatively decided to sell his own company, Kira to Litera in 2021. Things you will learn in this episode: -What made Noah sell his company even though he was reluctant at first -How empathy and creativity helped Noah create more value to shareholders -Why they opted out of an auction process -How easy the TSA was for both companies -Noah's biggest lessons learned from selling his company -Advice for founders looking for an exit To join our network of M&A practitioners and sign up for our newsletter go to mascience.com
How does the act of creation affect you? We discuss what filmmakers Travis Shakespeare and Brian Quist learned behind the camera about personal finance. They discuss their financial trajectories and describe their projects in the financial independence space.
About the Episode: In this episode, we're talking about what cryptocurrency is and if you should invest in it. In our Current Event Segment, we're discussing potential changes to retirement options in 2022 with the “Securing a Strong Retirement Act.” Our success Story comes from Lora, who attended one of our Financial Learning Experiences and for the first time understood about how to budget. It has not only affected their finances but also their marriage. Resources: FULLY FUNDED LIFEIWBNIN LadderArticle: A Stalled Retirement Bill Could Be Passed in 2022Budgeting Tools Book: What Everyone Should Know About Money Before They Enter the Real WorldCoinbase - PricesCoinbaseArticle: What is Cryptocurrency Related Monday Money Tip Podcast Episodes:Episode 62: How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? Episode 104: Security Features of MoneyEpisode 184: Setting and Sticking to a Budget Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions or share success stories.
Will Altcoins have a bull run soon as Bitcoin corrects into a bear market? A breakdown of what may happen next with Crypto, Stocks, Fed Interest rates and more.Learn more about Algorand - https://www.Algorand.com
Watch the video version of this episode here. In June of 2021, a well-known pastor made waves for connecting partnership development with concepts surrounding systemic injustice and racism. It forces us back to a foundational question: Is it right for missionaries to develop financial support partnerships? Is a centralized, salaried model of missions support better? And what does Scripture have to say? Steve Shadrach, arguably the guru of partnership development in the faith-support missions world, joins us to delve in. Steve Shadrach is founder of Support Raising Solutions, and the founder of the Center for Mission Mobilization (CMM), which is the parent ministry of SRS. Steve has trained thousands of Christian workers from over 1,200 organizations around the world how to raise support and authored The God Ask. He and his wife, Carol reside in Fayetteville, AR. They have five grown children and eight grandchildren. Subscribe now to never miss an episode when it drops. Support this podcast and impact God's mission. Want to ask a question or suggest a topic? Email us.
Wanting to fuck candy is the ultimate drive of any American, are we not just all in a snow globe within Ed Bernays mind palace? Turns out tailoring artmaking to surveillance state media platforms was bad for culture and our psyches?? Join us at the intersection of self-flagellation and market-driven analysis this week and learn … Continue reading "152 – Larry’s List, Biennial Man"
Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by ungrocery.com Bitcoin is up .5% at $35,850 Ethereum is up .5% at $2,504 and Binance Coin is up 1% at $386 Shiba Inu, up 15% Fantom up 15% Harmony up 16% Tennis legend Serena Williams joins Sorare as board advisor Kim Milosevich is rejoining a16z from Coinbase Bitcoin mining difficulty rose by over 9% LendInvest's Christian Faes is looking to start crypto mining in Texas.
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Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by ungrocery.com Bitcoin is up slightly at $35,807 Ethereum is up 1.5% at $2,495 and Binance Coin is up 3% at $375 Bitcoin has hit a 6 month low, and El Salvador is buying. The SEC doesn't like MicroStrategy's approach to bitcoin accounting. SEC Commissioner Elad Roisman ends term early. BlackRock files for ETF tracking blockchain & crypto companies. Twitter seeks Senior Product Manager, Crypto.
Bitcoin and the crypto market had a massive crash with leverage longs getting liquidated. President Biden is expected to sign a crypto executive order. MicroStrategy being investigated by U.S SEC for unlawful accounting practices regarding their Bitcoin investments. BlackRock Looks to Enter Crypto ETF Arena With Blockchain Fund. SEC pushes back on releasing Hinman Speech.Learn more about Algorand - https://www.Algorand.com
Jan 21 – Ryan Puplava discusses what moved the markets this week as high prices slam consumers, bringing more attention to just how fast the Fed may have to tighten rates. John Kosar at Asbury... Subscribe to our premium weekday podcasts: https://www.financialsense.com/subscribe
Today's guest has been a friend for nearly a decade and a guest on this podcast more often than anyone else. In a departure from the wide-ranging conversations we usually have here, today we focus on about a topic she's recently been exploring. There's no better person at explaining concepts to me than my friend Isabel Foxen Duke. You might know her as as a leading expert in the body positivity and body neutrality space. Her work has been seminal in my eating disorder recovery, and she was my introduction into areas including fat politics, intuitive eating, and health at every size. She's someone I trust deeply, so when she told me she was learning about cryptocurrency, I was all ears despite finance and tech being intimidating subjects to me. According to Bloomberg, 85% of Bitcoin owners are men, so I wanted to have a woman on to talk about it. Isabel's patience in explaining esoteric concepts gave me a baseline understanding and sparked a curiosity to learn more. We used my beginner's mind to record a non-intimidating introductory discussion, specifically about the economic problem millennials and Gen-Zers are facing and how Bitcoin can be a potential solution. I ask for clarification often during our discussion so I hope you too might get some of your questions answered. Even if you're uncertain about your interest in the topic, it's not a dull conversation because IFD is one of my favorite people to speak to. Show notes:- Find Isabel on the Web | Instagram | Twitter (for crypto-related content)- Bloomberg article I reference about women and Bitcoin- There are a couple of spots open in my one-on-one creative consulting! If you want to work with me, learn more here and book a free session with me to see if it's a correct fit. - ALL of our Let it Out Kits are 22 percent off, including our special holiday Remix Your Resolutions kit. Again, offer code: twentytwo- Subscribe to our newsletter to get show notes + essays, etc. sent to your inbox- Follow @letitouttt on Instagram. I'm @katiedalebout If you liked this episode, try out:Episode 185: Isabel Foxen Duke on Sanity Around Food, Surrender, Diet Culture, Fatphobia as a Social Justice Concept & So Much More Sponsors:SaneBox: magically remove distractions from your inbox with a free two-week trial. Get a $25 credit when you go to sanebox.com/letitoutEverlywell: Get 20% off your first at-home lab test at everlywell.com/letitout!Thrive Market: Get 40% off your first order and a free gift at thrivemarket.com/letitout!
Members of Narwhal's investment committee discuss three potential drivers of yesterday's wild market swings, earnings from Netflix and Peloton, and what they hope/expect to hear from the Fed in next week's Fed meeting.For information on how to join the Zoom calls live each morning at 8:30 EST, visit https://www.narwhalcapital.com/blog/daily-market-briefingsPlease see disclosures.
This Dynamic Duo Jeri 7 Jamia Coach mothers into having better and stronger bonds and Win in Life! Lets Tune In... Today, in this video, we will understand the process of healing mother and daughter relationship issues. We will be briefed by Jeri and Jamia who coach the mother and daughter relationship to be successful. In every society, because of misunderstandings, we lose most of the relationships. Just misunderstanding creates a lot of issues in the mother and daughter relationship. And we need someone to coach us to heal mother and daughter relationship issues. We need someone who can guide us about healing mother and daughter relationship issues. Jeri Godhigh and Jamia Ponder, launched Jeri & Jamia's “Unfiltered,” a powerful and necessary movement, created to help Mothers & Daughters heal mother and daughter relationship issues and break generational curses and coach the mother and daughter relationship to be successful. Within the “Unfiltered” brand, these ladies have hit several key areas, to ensure they have the ability and means to reach the masses as they continue to make strides in helping mothers and daughters heal completely. As mother (Jeri) and daughter (Jamia), are both certified life coaches and co-authoring a book compilation set to release in May 2021 on living deeper.
DJ (@Rose0fThorns), Jason (@jasonEalt), and Corbin (@CHosler) talk all about the Kamigawa Neon Dynasty Spoilers and Previews, Pauper Advisory Panel Hot Takes, and Prepper/Movie review. Make sure to check us out on Youtube because everything is better with video. https://www.youtube.com/user/BrainstormBrewery 07:34 DJ's Fall https://twitter.com/Rose0fthorns/status/1479155663800610820 10:18 Breaking Bulk 19:51 Kamigawa Neon Dynasty Spoilers and Previews 25:29...
Maria Shriver joins Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager to talk about learning to trust your gut. Plus, the ladies are chatting with Yvonne Orji — all about her new reality dating series “My Mom, Your Dad.”
This week's discussion focuses on the state of cannabis sales in the new year. Our guest Debra Borchardt shares key outlooks and predictions for cannabis capital markets in what appears to be another pandemic year.
Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by ungrocery.com Bitcoin is down .5% at $38,407 Ethereum is down 1% at $2,783 and Binance Coin down 1% at $416 No blockbuster moments from congressional hearing on crypto Twitter launches verified NFT PFPs Adidas originals and Prada announce NFT collab. NYC mayor Eric Adams takes first paycheck in BTC and ETH.
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In Part 1 we identified business wounds and traumas we've all experienced and can now carry with us; now in Part 2 we'll talk about using those unsavory practices to create space for evolved business. Innovative Aquarius season is here, and it is time we start the quest for exploring new ideas in how we conduct our astrology business, what we charge for our products and readings, how and where we spend money, how much we actually value our money, and so much more. With open minds and the greater good at heart, we can begin to actively create the change so many of us are seeking.***********************************************I am a dedicated witchcraft instructor and business mentor that focuses my knowledge and experience on helping you embody that witch within you. When you're ready for support that will align your witchcraft and your biz craft, I'm here for you:-Book a 1:1 Business Mentoring Session-Apply for the Think & Grow Witch Mentorship program-Book a podcasting consultation**Payment plans are always available*************************************************Join me in the neighborhood:Subscribe to my email list + join the waitlist for That Witch School thatwitchnextdoor.com/thatwitchschoolFind resources and learn more about witchcraft + astrology for real life on my site thatwitchnextdoor.comPinterest: @thatwitchdaniInstagram: @thatwitch.nextdoorTikTok: @thatwitch.nextdoorContact: thatwitchnextdoor.com/conjurethatwitch
Veena Jetti is the founding partner of Vive Funds, a unique commercial real estate firm that specializes in curating conservative opportunities for investors. After graduating from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a degree in Finance at 20 years old, she pursued her passion for real estate. Veena, also a co-founding partner of Enzo Multifamily, has over a decade of real estate experience and over $1B+ in real estate assets over her career in both the startup world as well as the corporate world. Because of her diverse background, she is often a panelist and speaker for various podcasts, global conferences, and radio shows. Let's dive in to learn more about how Veena had massive growth, her strategies and approach to multifamily. Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List [00:01 – 03:58] Opening Segment Veena talks about her background. How she went from her parent's business to corporate and then started investing for herself. What she attributes her massive growth on assets to. [03:21 – 14:09] Veena's Approach to Multifamily She talks about how she launched her company Vive Funds. The types of assets and the markets that Veena targets. The reasons they prefer to invest in 200+ unit buildings. Why they decided to focus on class-b value add assets. Veena breaks down their definition of a class-b value asset. Some of the challenges they encountered when investing. [14:09 – 31:26] Growth Strategy Veena talks about higher risk, higher return assets. The importance of understanding what you are looking at when you are looking at opportunities. New Development Vs Value-add Veena talks about why they are still investing with retail investors. Some of the things she did to get better with her systems and processes to be able to scale. Ash talks about some ways to find good commercial deals. John and Veena talk about what makes Clubhouse a great platform. [31:26 – 38:19] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: Not setting up outbound communication with investors when covid hit. Digital Resource: www.adventuresincre.com Most Recommended Book: Outliers Daily Habit: Spending time with her kids. #1 Insight for Multifamily Investing Scale up faster and be less afraid to make that jump. Best Place to Grab a Bite in Dallas: KAI Contact Veena: You can learn more at Veena's website or you can connect with her on Clubhouse, Linkedin, or Instagram. Tweetable Quotes: “The higher the amount of risk you are willing to take on, the higher your returns should be.” - Veena Jetti Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW, and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.
This week's topic is about the true cost of new appliances and warranties. We are a society that has too much stuff and we have become accustomed to the conveniences that have made our lives easier than it did for our grandparents. This is a great thing; however, appliances have become increasingly expensive due to the features that they offer as well as the high rate of inflation mainly due to the supply chain shortage. With that being said when you buy an appliance it is important to consider if there are other costs exists beyond the actual price The first thing is to start with the discount which creates your base price and then add any tax if it exists in your state or municipality. After that it is important to factor in what you are buying in that it may involve other costs beyond the straight purchase. For example, I just purchased a new washer and dryer set that was $2,800 that was discounted to $2,200; however, I paid additional costs for hooking up the equipment which also came with parts and labor. There was also a charge to haul away the old appliances. Lastly, I opted for a $200-five year warranty for the washer and dryer each with my logic being that the appliances would need service and would exceed $400. All in all, my total cost was $2,878 with tax which is 31% higher than what the sticker price. To sum things up, it is important to purchase the product that fits your needs and when you nail that down, think about the appliance protection as the odds are that you'll pay more later for repairs if you opt out of warranty coverage. Lastly, when you budget for major appliances, factor-in at least 25% over the discounted price. With that being said, the everyday modern appliance is a beautiful thing; however, the major difference is that they do not last as long as they used to - the logic says that when app Website https://www.somethingonmymind.net/ Merchandise https://www.somethingonmymind.net/shop Social Media https://www.instagram.com/somm.podcast/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChec5qcZBcGkIhUU3belNDw https://email@example.com?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/somm.podcast https://twitter.com/Somm_podcast
Shahin Vallée is head of the Geo-Economics Program at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). Before the German Council, Shahin was a senior economist for Soros Fund Management, and also served as a personal advisor to George Soros. Prior to that, he was the economic advisor to Emmanuel Macron at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance, where he focused on European economic affairs. Between 2012 and 2014, Shahin was the economic advisor to President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy. In this podcast we discuss: How Europe fits into the US-China conflict Europe's nuclear energy dilemma Russia/Ukraine risks Chances of Euro break-up If the EU fiscal policy changed after COVID Whether the ECB will hike in 2022 Whether Macron wins the French elections in April Germany in a post-Merkel world Books that influenced Shahin: Lords of Finance (Ahamed) and The Alchemy Of Finance (Soros)
Here is a step-by-step process to build your own trading plan.A rock-solid trading plan is the cornerstone of every successful trading business. And the best: It takes less than 30 min to create one. In this podcast, you will learn how to build a trading plan that works.
T. Marc Calvert, J.D. founded Calvert & Associates in 1996. His goal has always been to provide the highest quality of legal service to those who ask for his help. I asked for his help regarding what to say to a patient when you have a complication. Do we apologize? Not apologize? How much information do we disclose? We were introduced by Gita Pensa, an emergency medicine physician at Brown and the creator of the podcast Doctors and Litigation: The L Word. This is essential listening for all physicians. On top of settling the apology issue (kind of), Mr. Calvert says you need to exude competence and caring. We also talked about walking the patient through what happened and giving them a clear and concise plan for what you are going to do next. Since 1987, a primary focus of Mr. Calvert's practice has been health care liability defense, and over the years he has handled innumerable claims, disputed matters, and lawsuits. Mr. Calvert is board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in the field of Personal Injury Trial Law Mr. Calvert graduated with a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 1987 and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas later that year. While at UT, he served as a law clerk for the Texas Employment Commission and wrote opinions for the commission appeals department. Mr. Calvert joined Edwards and Associates in August of 1987 after having completed a clerkship during the summer of 1986. The firm of Edwards & Calvert was formed when Mr. Calvert became a named partner in 1991. He became board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in the field of Personal Injury Trial Law in 1994 and has been re-certified at the indicated intervals ever since. On September 3, 1996, Calvert & Associates was established.
Russia's Central Bank wants to Ban all Crypto. Charles Schwab's CEO said crypto is “hard to ignore” and would welcome the opportunity to trade the asset if the “opportunity presents itself from a regulatory standpoint”. The U.S. central bank believes the current financial system might be bolstered by the creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC), but only one that works within the current network of private banks, rather than a CBDC that the Fed issues directly to consumers. Facebook and Instagram to allow users to create, display and sell NFTs. Twitter is rolling out NFT and crypto wallet connection on IOs. "Average Filipino investor will likely hold 3 to 5% of assets in Bitcoin in 5 years." - Union Bank of the PhilippinesTom Emmer Interview - https://youtu.be/vpdpAwavtWUDan Tapiero Interview - https://youtu.be/ZyOk_8pT18kDenelle Dixon interview - https://youtu.be/kIvEHb3BiGcLearn more about Algorand - https://www.Algorand.com
Jan 20 – FS Insider welcomes Gordon Chang, author of The Great US-China Tech War, to provide an update on the unfolding Evergrande crisis, the most recent troubling data on China's demographic... Subscribe to our premium weekday podcasts: https://www.financialsense.com/subscribe
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Macquarie Chief Macro and Asia-Pacific strategist Viktor Shvets to the show. They touch on inflation and then move on to what's driving various macro asset classes around the globe. *Please note that the market wrap commentary was recorded mid-session with the S&P still up on the day, before the late-day crash to new lows* Link: https://bit.ly/3KsAZZQ
Artist, musician, and podcaster, Colin Frangicetto returns to riff about how art alters reality, the emerging dimension of the digital, why the metaverse could be both a blessing and a curse, and more! Colin Frangicetto is a musician, podcaster, and artist most well-known for playing in the band Circa Survive. Dive into Colin's world here. Support us- *This one is sponsored by Element Kombucha. Get 11% off with coupon code DROPS11* Visit THIRDEYEDROPS.com Crowd-sponsor the show, get rewards and join our wonder-dipping community on Patreon Leave us a 5 star review on iTunes Follow and review on Spotify