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Best podcasts about finding success

Latest podcast episodes about finding success

On Point
Contribute Where You Can with Lieutenant General Retired David F. Melcher

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 46:16


This episode of the WPAOG podcast features an interview with David F. Melcher, a businessman and retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General. He spent 32 years serving in the military and is recognized as a prominent figure in the aerospace and defense community, as the former President and CEO of Exelis from 2011–2015 and of Aerospace Industries Association from 2015–2017.During his 32 years of service, David commanded at the Battalion, Brigade, and Army Corps of Engineers Division level.  He has been awarded the Army Distinguished Service Medal, and had prominent staff assignments that included a White House Fellowship with the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan and as the Army's Military Deputy for Budget, and Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Programs. For 12 years of his military career, David was assigned to the Pentagon.In this episode, David talks about how he had no doubt that West Point was where he could gain the best leadership skills. He discusses working in the White House and then transitioning into business after serving so many years in the army. David also explains what he feels are the keys to success in life, and the importance of continuing to be an active member of the West Point community.-----------Key Quotes“For younger officers who are leaving the military or non-commissioned officers, understand that you have significant leadership skills that are needed in industry. The things that you learned, leading a small or large organization, the organizational skills, those are very, very important, as are the ability to speak and write clearly and articulate what it is that you want - The ability to set goals, to be a problem solver, those are all things that people who have served in the military know how to do. So, never sell yourself short on what you know as you make a transition into an industry context.” - David Melcher-----------Episode Timestamps(01:24) The Class of 1976(02:54) West Point Experience(09:24) Army Experience(11:54) Mentors in the Military(14:54) Working in the White House(18:24) Corp of Army Engineers (19:59) Retirement from Service(20:54) Transition to Civilian Career (30:24) Finding Success in Aerospace and Defense(33:24) Serving as a Board Member and Director(35:24) Routines and Keys for Success(38:54) West Point and Military Service Across Family Generations(41:09) Giving Back-----------LinksDavid's LinkedInWest Point Association of GraduatesOn Point Podcast

Starting a Counseling Practice with Kelly + Miranda from ZynnyMe
Finding Success in Private Practice: Business School Live Panel

Starting a Counseling Practice with Kelly + Miranda from ZynnyMe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 64:00


Discover how https://news.zynnyme.com/business-school/ (Business School for Therapists) impacted members' practices and lives and how this lifetime program can make a difference for you and the business you're creating. Hear from therapists supporting clients in a range of specialties and backgrounds as they share their wins and let others know what's possible as a private practice owner! --- Learn more about Business School for Therapists: https://news.zynnyme.com/business-school/ (news.zynnyme.com/business-school/) Website: https://www.zynnyme.com/ (zynnyme.com) Blog: https://www.zynnyme.com/blog (zynnyme.com/blog) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kellyandmiranda (facebook.com/kellyandmiranda) Instagram: http://instagram.com/zynnyme/ (instagram.com/zynnyme/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2456942/ (linkedin.com/company/2456942/) Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/zynnyme/ (pinterest.com/zynnyme/) Check out more episodes of the Starting a Counseling Practice Success Stories podcast on these platforms + leave a review letting us know what you think: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/starting-a-counseling-practice-with-kelly/id1398391639 (Apple Podcasts) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5iY2FzdC5mbS9zdGFydGluZy1hLWNvdW5zZWxpbmctcHJhY3RpY2UtenlubnltZQ (Google Podcasts) https://open.spotify.com/show/7K8TQ13vJL4L3IvtWLLXV3 (Spotify)

Equis Financial's Podcast Network
Finding Success with Self-Employment

Equis Financial's Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:05


When Jemar Mitchell got his insurance license he was setting himself up to be in a position to be compensated what he knew he was worth. Listen to his journey to Equis Financial and the goals he has for his growing business! 

Financial Advisor's Workshop with Brian Kasal
#28 Finding Success As An Introverted Financial Advisor w/ Kevin Clark, Financial Advisor at Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC

Financial Advisor's Workshop with Brian Kasal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 29:15


Download our FREE Guide on “How To Add $100M+ To Your Managed Assets This Year” from https://financialadvisorsworkshop.com/ Kevin Clark (https://www.ameripriseadvisors.com/kevin.r.clark/) is a self-employed Financial Advisor and Certified Financial Planner offering services in small business consulting, Financial and Retirement Planning, Investment Management, and Tax Planning and Preparation. He joins us to talk about his success in combining Financial Advising with Tax Planning, and how he found success dealing with more introverted clients and building their wealth and trust. https://www.linkedin.com/in/krclark7/ https://www.facebook.com/krclark77 To see short videos of all our best FA Business Growing tips follow us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FinancialAdvisorsWorkshop TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@faworkshop YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFRh9BxjF0cT7PdkEhsg6lw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FinancialAdvisorsWorkshop Twitter: https://twitter.com/FAsWorkshop iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/financial-advisors-workshop-with-brian-kasal/id1614768408 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4OB78889GRx2FHjvWtsyeE Website: https://financialadvisorsworkshop.com/ Interested in working at FourStar: https://fourstarwealth.com/Advisors DISCLAIMER: This content is provided by FourStar Wealth Advisors for the general public and general information purposes only. This content is not considered to be an offer to buy or sell any securities or investments. Investing involves the risk of loss and an investor should be prepared to bear potential losses. Investment should only be made after thorough review with your investment advisor considering all factors including personal goals, needs and risk tolerance. FourStar is an SEC registered investment advisor that maintains a principal business in the state of Illinois. The firm may only transact business in states in which it has filed or qualifies for a corresponding exemption from such requirements. For information about FourStar's registration status and business operations please consult the firm's form ADV disclosure documents, the most recent versions of which are available on the SEC investment advisory public disclosure website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov

Tactical Leadership
Finding Success And Overcoming Setbacks with Bill Reiman

Tactical Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 33:03


“Action speaks louder than words. We've all heard that but how many people actually practice it? How many people just give lip service to something and don't follow through. Don't even talk to me about it. Just go do it. And then I'll see if the proof is in the pudding.” – Bill Reiman In today's episode, we welcome, Bill Reiman, he specializes in new home construction in new home construction and he's currently the vice president of award-winning R.K. Reiman Construction, Inc. where we build luxury homes ranging from 4,000 – 10, 000 square feet. Their focus is on the long-term relationships, service, and quality we deliver to every customer. He will do anything it takes to make the process of buying, building, or selling a home more comfortable and easier for every one of my clients. He is also the host of The Real Build Podcast, where I teach people what they need to look for before buying, building, or selling a home. His mission is to help people with one of the most significant investments of their lives and be their guide for a smooth process. [00:01 - 02:45] Who is Bill Reiman? Zack introduces his guest, Bill Reiman! Bill talks about how he has shifted his focus and maneuvered his journey to become a successful real estate and construction entrepreneur He discusses his podcast, which is focused on furthering the education of people before they buy or sell a home   [02:46 - 08:52] How To Transition and Find Success Bill talks about his sports journey How he transitioned into the car business and has been successful, despite having no prior experience in the industry He discusses how they were always good at sales and found success in the car business by being themselves and being real [08:53 - 26:21] Finding Success And Overcoming Setbacks Bill talks about his mindset shift and focuses on transitioning to a new life after his injury He found success in care sales by using competition as his motivator, and by focusing on the opportunities that were given to him instead of dwelling on the setbacks He wants to help people in the real estate industry by podcasting and educating them on the right ways to do business [26:21 - 33:04] Closing Segment Bill wants to leave a legacy of being helpful and helping others  Connect with Bill (links below) Join us for Tactical Friday! Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to find out how you can discover your voice, claim your independence, and build that thriving business that you've always wanted!   Key Quotes: “I always want to figure out how I can win and how I can do better.” - Bill Reiman “Good things happen when you're good and you keep that positive mindset.” - Bill Reiman Connect with Bill Website: https://rkreiman.com/ (https://rkreiman.com/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-reiman-91671350/ (Bill Reiman) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imbillreiman/ (Bill Reiman) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/billy.reiman/ (Bill Reiman) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxAdSxHN0dIXZPhA-6p1HYA (Bill Reiman) Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-real-build/id1460804469 (The Real Build Podcast) Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes. Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visitinghttps://knightprotectionllc.com/ ( https://knightprotectionllc.com/) If you want to learn how to build a better business check

Innovative Legal Leadership
Elanco: Marcela Kirberger - Finding Success in Being Yourself

Innovative Legal Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 44:22 Transcription Available


Moving your family across the world to pursue career advancement can be challenging, but the opportunity to impact people and move others to action can make it all worthwhile. And the more we learn about ourselves along the way, the greater the empowerment we can pass on to our teams. Marcela Kirberger, Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary at Elanco, tells us how her global escapades have shaped her outlook on human relationships. Join us as we discuss: - Identifying opportunities for leadership growth (7:30) - Winning hearts and minds in compliance (15:43) - The future of legal operations (25:32) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - Marcela Kirberger - Elanco - BioCrossroads You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Innovative Legal Leadership on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Innovative Legal Leadership in your favorite podcast player.

Innovative Legal Leadership
Elanco: Marcela Kirberger - Finding Success in Being Yourself

Innovative Legal Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 44:22 Transcription Available


Moving your family across the world to pursue career advancement can be challenging, but the opportunity to impact people and move others to action can make it all worthwhile. And the more we learn about ourselves along the way, the greater the empowerment we can pass on to our teams. Marcela Kirberger, Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary at Elanco, tells us how her global escapades have shaped her outlook on human relationships. Join us as we discuss: - Identifying opportunities for leadership growth (7:30) - Winning hearts and minds in compliance (15:43) - The future of legal operations (25:32) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - Marcela Kirberger - Elanco - BioCrossroads You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Innovative Legal Leadership on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Innovative Legal Leadership in your favorite podcast player.

PCTY Talks
Finding Success in HR with Steve Browne

PCTY Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 25:12 Transcription Available


HR is a critical component of any successful organization, sitting at the intersection of employees, leaders, and business and helping people reach their full potential. That's why HR professionals can make a real difference in the lives of employees and the overall success of their businesses when they focus on talent. Listen in as Steve Browne and host Shari Simpson talk about the qualities of a good HR professional, what success looks like in HR, and the building blocks to get you there. Guest: Steve Browne, Chief People Officer for LaRosa's, Inc Steve has been an HR professional for 35+ years and has worked in the Hospitality, Manufacturing, Consumer Products, and Professional Services industries in various HR roles. He was recently a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Board of Directors and has held several other national, regional, state, and local SHRM volunteer leadership roles. He facilitates a monthly HR roundtable, and an HR internet forum called the HR Net, which reaches over 14,000+ people globally each week. Steve is an accomplished speaker featured at local, regional and national Conferences, Chambers of Commerce, HR chapters and businesses.  He's very active in social media and has a nationally recognized HR blog – Everyday People. (http://sbrownehr.com), and he has authored two bestselling books on HR - HR on Purpose !! and HR Rising !! Mentioned in the episode: Blog post: Dump Your Bucket

Coffee & Deer - Sportsmen's Nation
Finding Success on Out of State Public Land Hunting Trips

Coffee & Deer - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 71:55


Out of state trips for whitetails has soared in popularity over the last couple of years. More than ever, folks are heading to whitetail destination states in search of bigger bucks, better hunting, or just new experiences. But the entire process can be daunting! When out of state, you often have just a few days to learn the place, get on deer, and tag your buck. Because of this, many are held back simply by the fear of failure.In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with Brian Dombrowski of Wisconsin. Brian is a highly mobile public land hunter who's had tremendous success of the last decade of making trips for velvet bucks. Brian shares his scouting strategy for short out of state hunts, how he chooses an area to target, how his standards are different when out of state, the gear he uses, and of course the story of his recent successful hunt that ended with a beautiful velvet buck. Enjoy!Check out our partners!TACTACAM and Reveal cell camsHuntworthDeerLab - use code HUNTDEER for 20% off of any plan!

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
How to Hunt Deer - Finding Success on Out of State Hunting Trips

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 72:55


Out of state trips for whitetails has soared in popularity over the last couple of years. More than ever, folks are heading to whitetail destination states in search of bigger bucks, better hunting, or just new experiences. But the entire process can be daunting! When out of state, you often have just a few days to learn the place, get on deer, and tag your buck. Because of this, many are held back simply by the fear of failure.  In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with Brian Dombrowski of Wisconsin. Brian is a highly mobile public land hunter who's had tremendous success of the last decade of making trips for velvet bucks. Brian shares his scouting strategy for short out of state hunts, how he chooses an area to target, how his standards are different when out of state, the gear he uses, and of course the story of his recent successful hunt that ended with a beautiful velvet buck. Enjoy! Check out our partners! TACTACAM and Reveal cell cams Huntworth DeerLab - use code HUNTDEER for 20% off of any plan! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Your Iconic Image
Your Iconic Image : When Women Rock : Finding Success In a New Country

Your Iconic Image

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 38:49


Julia Lage Meet Julia Lage - bassist of Vixen and Smith/Kotzen   Julia is a Brazilian bass player, singer songwriter.  Inspired by bands like, Rush, Aerosmith and Guns N Roses, she began learning the Bass Guitar at the age of thirteen.   At the age of seventeen Julia had become a full time member of the critically acclaimed Latin Grammy nominated Brazilian band Barra Da Saia. After her thirteen year tenure with the band which included major network television appearances, International festivals and domestic arena tours plus 3 full albums and 1 live DVD, Julia left the band and relocated to Los Angels California.   With a BA in music and arts as well as extensive studio and touring experience, Julia has found herself performing and recording with a vast array of A list artists and musicians such as Pat Travers, Elliot Easton (The Cars), Richie Kotzen, as well as performing along side Pop Star Janelle Monáe and rapper Jidenna at the American Idol Finals.   Julia also worked with Grammy winner iconic Latin artist Alejandra Gusmán, recording a live cd/dvd called 'Live at The Roxy'.   Most recently Julia toured with Smith/Kotzen, a rock blues band formed by Adrian Smith ( Iron Maiden ) and Richie Kotzen ( The Winery Dogs ). At the same time she was invited to join the all female platinum selling rock band Vixen.   Julia also has her own projects which include her solo music and her band The Sister Knot.   Julia's prolific nature as a writer has found her compositions and performances featured in various American films and television shows.    She is currently working on finishing her first solo album as well as a Sister Knot album and continues to tour with Vixen as they work on their new music. My website: https://www.julialage.com instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julia_lage/ facebook fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/JuliaLageMusic (https://www.facebook.com/JuliaLageMusic) Here is my latest video for Wake Up  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsJu0LJ0hzU&list=PLUNkX209tKPGdGCzhSUBJBhvnlIm8lxrZ&index=7 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsJu0LJ0hzU&list=PLUNkX209tKPGdGCzhSUBJBhvnlIm8lxrZ&index=7) wwww.marlanasemenza.com Audio : Ariza Music Productions Transcript : Vision In Word Marlana   Julia Lage is a Brazilian bass player, singer and songwriter. Inspired by bands like Rush, Aerosmith, and Guns and Roses. She began learning the bass at the age of 13. With a BA in music and arts as well as an extensive studio and touring experience. Julia has found herself performing and recording with a vast array of alias artists and musicians such as Pat travers, Elliot Easton, Richie Kotzen, Adrian Smith, Janelle Monae, and the all-female platinum selling Rock Band vixen. Welcome, Julia. Julia   Thank you. Thanks for having me here. Marlana   So, you started off in Brazil, then you had some success in Brazil, and then you came here. Tell us a little bit about that whole, Julia   you know, there. Oh, well, I played for 13 years in Brazil. And we did have a good heat there for a while. I tour like I used to play like arenas there like rodeos was always on TV, radios and stuff like that. And I learned a lot with that I joined the band, I was 17. So, I was just like a baby. And I remember, you know, it was amazing. But at the same time, I wasn't really playing the kind of music I love. I was playing like what we call Brazilian country music, which is the country music people from the countryside write songs is kind of similar like America, but the rhythm is similar, but has a little different swing here and there. You know, it's Brazil. But um, so yeah, so I started there. And we did all major stuff, like for real, like, we had a boss who their faces on...

Proactive - Interviews for investors
Flushing Financial finding success being "small enough to know you and large enough to help you"

Proactive - Interviews for investors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 6:43


Flushing Financial Corp CEO John Buran and Susan Cullen, the company CFO joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news about the company that operates as a community bank with 25 branches and also has two digital banks. Buran shares more details about the world of banking and the changes the company is seeing especially on the digital side. Cullen talks more about the financial health of the company and the fact they can provide a yearly dividend and sees plenty of runway for growth. #proactiveinvestors #flushingfinancialcorp #ffic #nasdaq

Wellness Friday
Finding success in the process rather than the outcome.

Wellness Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 12:30


There's nothing wrong with wanting to be the best. But what's most valuable is knowing that you are capable of being the best, no matter what.  Even if you failed yesterday, missed an opportunity today or dread tomorrow, knowing you are already doing the work to be the best - can make a huge difference on how you view success. If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over on the https://podcastcreatorssociety.com (Podcast Creators Society Community) Support the show to continue to bring you quality content. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PCSociety (Go Here.) Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Connect with Joy Karen on https://www.instagram.com/we_sparklewithin/ (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/joyKAntonio (Facebook ) Get your free https://kangaroofern.com/freebook (Harness the Power of Podcasting Ebook ) Join the https://www.podcastcreatorssociety.com/ (Podcast Creators Society Community ) to connect with other Podcasters and service providers and Get 30 % off for the first three months of Zencastr Professional Account. Promo code: podcastcreatorssoceity Are there hurdles stopping you from growing your podcast? Want to grow your audience through podcast guesting and booking guests but are too busy for this? We got you! We offer a concierge-level podcast guest management service. We've done all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. We are here to listen. https://my.captivate.fm/www.kangaroofern.com/booknow (Book a call with us ) The Companies who support us Please support the companies who support us: https://mikosantos.co/tools Support the Show❤️ If you find my content helpful, become a channel member - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PCSociety (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PCSociety) This podcast is powered by https://kangaroofern.com/ (Kangaroofern), Australia's Independent Podcast Management Company. Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe so you'll be notified when a new episode is posted in the Apple podcast, Google podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or via RSS. If you think others could benefit from listening, please share it on your social. If you found value in this episode, leave us an Apple Podcast review. Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts and expose our show to more awesome listeners like you.  If you have a minute, please leave an honest review of Apple Podcasts. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! *DISCLAIMER* This description includes affiliate links If you decide to make a purchase using them, we may receive a small kickback which helps to support the channel which allows us to make more videos like this. Thanks in advance!

The Playbook: Sports & Entertainment
Adrian Gonzalez, Former MLB All-Star on Finding Success in a New Field

The Playbook: Sports & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 19:13


On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Adrian Gonzalez, Former MLB All-Star, entrepreneur, and investor in LIT Method, shares his thoughts on: [1:40] - How his lengthy baseball career taught him the importance of using low-impact training methods   [5:48] - The single biggest challenge he faced when transitioning to the business world [12:25] - Why his experiences in the minor leagues helped prepare him for the rigors of entrepreneurship [14:14] - How he's worked to become a more knowledgeable investor in recent years To learn more about the LIT Method, go to www.LITMethod.com Tweet me your takeaway from today's episode @davidmeltzer  Email Me! david@dmeltzer.com Sign up for my Free Weekly Training https://free.dmeltzer.com/friday-training-1 Text Me! (949) 298-2905  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hospitality Property School
Finding Success in Service: How To Thrive In The Hospitality Sector | Ep. #310

Hospitality Property School

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:50


Have you considered a career in the hospitality industry but are not sure what it takes? Here are some tips for finding success in service.Today's episode, Finding Success in Service: How To Thrive In The Hospitality Sector, is a guest post written by Courtney Rosenfeld.As we emerge from the pandemic, millions of people are flocking to bars, restaurants, hotels, theme parks, and local landmarks in search of entertainment. Put simply, the hospitality industry is on a comeback and, if you've ever wanted to get professionally involved, now could be a perfect time — here are a few basic tips for finding success in service.Continue reading, watching, and listening and I will share 3 traits important for finding success in service...⇒ TO WATCH, READ OR LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE ON KEYSTONE HOSPITALITY PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT:https://keystonehpd.com/finding-success-in-service-how-to-thrive-in-the-hospitality-sector-310“The Guide to Owning & Operating a Hospitality Property – Successfully” course. https://KeystoneHPD.com/CourseGet your copy of the “How to Improve Your Hospitality Properties Success” ebook? https://keystonehpd.com/how-to-improve-your-hospitality-propertys-successGet Your INNsider Tipshttps://KeystoneHPD.com/INNsider-TipsJoin one of your private groupshttps://keystonehpd.com/private-groupsSay hi on socialFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/KeystoneHPDTwitter: https://twitter.com/KeystoneHPDLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/keystone-hospitality-developmentListen to The Hospitality Property School PODCAST herehttps://www.keystonehpd.com/hospitality-property-school-podcastsYouTubehttps://youtu.be/gEjYuvMgFbwA Division of Keystone Hospitality Property Development

Creator Generation
Finding Success as a Comedy Team – Feat Goodall & Gallagher

Creator Generation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 43:27


The bridge from short and long form content to TV can seem tricky, but comedy due Goodall and Gallagher have done it. In this week's episode, they tell us how!Episode Chapters:0:00 Intro7:35 The first project15:20 Meeting with Paramount26:30 Being IP creators37:55 Working with vs without gatekeepersIf you'd like to join the community, our Discord server can be found here: https://discord.gg/8mbGHeqJ2gCheck out Goodall & Gallagher on YouTube here:https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodallandGallagherAnd on TikTok here:https://www.tiktok.com/@goodallandgallagher---- Connect Via ----Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecreatorgeneration/Twitter: https://twitter.com/creator_genWebsite: : https://www.creatorgeneration.comiTunes Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/creator-generation/id1467880508#GoodallandGallagher #G&G #comedy #podcast #youtubeinterview #creatorgeneration

The Kingdom Daughters Podcast- Christian Woman, Christian Mom, Identity in God, Christian Marriage, Christian Living,
Want more peace in your life as a busy mom? Secrets for finding success in surrender with Michelle Hiatt

The Kingdom Daughters Podcast- Christian Woman, Christian Mom, Identity in God, Christian Marriage, Christian Living,

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 35:43


Awesome chat with Michelle Hiatt with the Surrender  Driven Success Podcast :)We talk about surrender and finding peace in your home! Michelle Hiatt is a wife of 17 years, a homeschooling mama of five, and an entrepreneur in Orlando, Florida. Through her conversations on The Surrender Driven Success podcast and in one-on-one coaching, She loves bringing a Biblical perspective to everyday life while helping other women find more Purpose and Balance as they grow in business and nurture their families with God at the center.She truly believes that THE most important work you will ever do is within the walls of your home and helps other busy mamas expand their vision by connecting the work of their hands with their influence at home so they can leave a lasting legacy thru the next generation.Michelle is passionate about encouraging others to pursue their greatest potential as an excellent wife, an intentional mother, and in kingdom business by FIRST pursuing the person of Jesus!Here is where you can find more of Michelle!Connect ~ www.MichelleHiatt.com/connectThis is the best place to connect and find my podcast and access a free gift! For anyone in need of encouragement, Biblical perspective, and practical strategies for pursuing your greatest potential within the walls of your home, they will LOVE this FREE checklist “10 Tips to Finding Fulfillment While Balancing Motherhood and Business.” It's perfect, JUST in time for the craziness of the school year to help you not only be more PRODUCTIVE, but live with greater PURPOSE.IG ~ @MichelleAHiatt Be encouraged and blessed friend!!!✨Come hang with me on IG- https://www.instagram.com/mrsangelapitnikoff/✨Join our FB sisterhood!- https://www.facebook.com/groups/kingdomdaughterssisterhood✨Be more amazing and leave a review!- https://lovethepodcast.com/LoHGyj✨Want some fun free resources? Click here- www.thekingdomdaughters.com✨ Connect with me! thekingdomdaughterspodcast@gmail.com 

The Kinked Wire
Episode 34: Finding success with an office-based lab in interventional radiology

The Kinked Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 22:42


“So in general, an office-based lab might be more easy to stand up. There might be less cost associated with an OBL and fewer hurdles from the regulatory standpoint for a physician to jump over.” —Joel R. Rainwater, MDHost Roger T. Tomihama, MD, speaks with interventional radiologist Joel R. Rainwater, MD, about his experience building a network of 12 office-based labs (OBLs) in 5 states, what interventional radiologists should keep in mind when considering the OBL business model, opportunities for IRs-in-training, and more. Note: This episode was recorded on  Aug. 27, 2022.Contact us with your ideas and questions, or read more about about interventional radiology in IR Quarterly magazine or SIR's Patient Center.(c) Society of Interventional Radiology.Support the show

Slow Mo with Urban You Podcast
Finding Success as a Female Entrepreneur in Healthtech with Gulé Sheikh

Slow Mo with Urban You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 29:42


Gulé Sheikh is a former entrepreneur and CTO of EazyScripts, an E-Prescribing platform that prioritizes patient health outcomes, prescription efficiency, and provider-to-patient transparency in telehealth. After studying computer science in the 90s, she found her true passion – improving the U.S healthcare system and helping the people who depend on it. This week on The Beauty Standard, Gulé reflects on her 23 years of experience in the healthcare and technology fields. She tells all about her journey as a first-time female entrepreneur in a male dominated field, how she found investors who believed in her ideas, and why A.I may be the future of healthtech. Nicole and Gulé discuss their shared interest in technology and experiences as strong female voices in their respective industries. Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur, interested in healthtech, or just love a good success story, this episode is sure to give you a boost in productivity! Discussed in this Episode: Best resources for finding investors The complexities of the healthcare industry Patient and provider transparency Gulé's experience as a first time entrepreneur Being a female entrepreneur in a male dominated industry A.I in healthtech EazyScripts and its purpose Connect with Gulé: LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/gulesheikh Twitter @GuleSheikh

From Adversity to Abundance
Jamie Bateman Shares His Takeaways from the Most Recent 11 Episodes

From Adversity to Abundance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 31:50


Abundance through Instability and Loss with Homeschooler and Investment-Club Creator Emma Powell > Emma Powell is a wife, mother, homeschooler of 6, and commercial real estate investor in Utah who has been featured in Business Insider and who has appeared as guest on over 40 podcasts, including the BiggerPockets podcast. However, this is the first podcast where Emma was brought to tears.   Marcus Ross: From Pain and Divorce to Self-Discovery and Entrepreneurship with Purpose > Marcus Ross, founder and owner of Ready to Heal Counselling (now Men's Elevate Counseling), joins Jamie to discuss his journey from adversity to self-discovery, healing and purpose. Marcus shares how his own pain ignited a desire to help other men struggling with similar life challenges and inspired him to launch his business, Ready to Heal Counseling. He highlights the importance of being aware that children pattern their behavior and coping skills from what they see their parents exhibiting. Additionally, he explains why it is crucial for personal growth and emotional development to re-evaluate our choices and take responsibility for the unfavorable outcomes that occur in our relationships.   David Dodge: From Drugs and Crime to a Second Chance and $20k per Month from Rental Properties > David Dodge, real estate investor, coach, and host of the Discount Property Investor podcast, joins Jamie to discuss his journey from drugs, crime and facing time in prison to becoming a successful real estate investor with 90 rental properties and counting. The tragedy and trials faced during the first two decades of his life positioned him to maximize his second chance and develop into a wholesaling and discount property investing expert.   Dan Haberkost: Shedding a Scarcity Mindset and Finding Success in Land Investing by Age 26 > Dan Haberkost, CEO of Front Range Land, joins Jamie to discuss how he overcame the fear-based scarcity mindset he developed in his childhood and has become a successful land investor and developer at only 26 years old. Having the wrong money mindset can be crippling and he shares what's required to override it with an abundance mindset to experience financial freedom.   From Scarcity to Abundance through Real Estate with Millionaire Immigrant, Veteran, and Author Maricela Soberanes > Maricela Soberanes, principal at UP Plex Capital, apartment syndicator and author, joins Jamie to discuss her remarkable journey from poverty and scarcity in Mexico to privilege and abundance in America. She shares how her real estate journey began in 2006 investing in a single family home and has expanded into owning multiple apartments in five states with her husband.   From Life Support and Job Loss to Starting Businesses from a Wheelchair with Self-Storage Expert AJ Osborne > AJ Osborne, founder and CEO of Cedar Creek Wealth, joins Jamie to discuss his success investing in self-storage and the health scare that altered his life overnight. As a pioneer in the self-storage industry since 2004, he expounds on the potential for growth and expansion in the industry. He also shares how he balances his many successes with the frightening reality he faced at age 33 when he suddenly became paralyzed and on life support due to a rare autoimmune disorder.   Climbing Rocks -- Not the Corporate Ladder: How and Why Kevin Dahlstrom Walked Away from a 7-Figure Job > Kevin Dahlstrom, founder of Swell, joins Jamie to discuss how he escaped a tumultuous upbringing, overcame a decade-long health challenge, and achieved the career success that millions dream of. Yet, it was at the height of his career when he experienced a level of unfulfillment he couldn't ignore. Despite warnings from his friends and family, he decided to leave his corporate career behind, move his family to Colorado, and do a life reset. After a few short weeks of retirement, Kevin founded Swell, a financial app that aims to revolutionize traditional banking and helps its community grow their wealth.   How Brian Davies Redefined His Purpose through Severe Health Challenges and Played for the USA Amputee Hockey Team > Former college athlete Brian Davies joins Jamie to discuss how an unpredictable illness derailed his career and led him to face the toughest physical and mental challenges of his life. He even lost his lower leg. He reveals the impact isolation can have and why it's important to have a support system of family and friends to help us overcome the obstacles we face in life. The world offers us all a lot of opportunities and sharing our story with others is one that we must take full advantage of. Brian firmly believes it is the stories that others will tell about us and how we've impacted their lives that will live on and help more people than we can imagine.   From Living in Her Car to Living on Her Own Island and Making a Global Impact with Britnie Turner > Britnie Turner, founder of Aerial Group, joins Jamie to discuss how she started her career living in her car and now lives, runs seven companies, and operates a resort on a private island located in the British Virgin Islands committed to helping people heal and discover their purpose in life. Starting with no real estate experience she worked tirelessly to build a successful real estate business that would allow her to help suffering children around the world. She shares how we all have a purpose in life, why it's imperative that we challenge our concept of what's normal and push ourselves to do great things that will have a positive impact on the lives of other people. She firmly believes that problems are something we can't escape in life and should aim to learn and grow from them every day.   Still Standing, Still Smiling: How John Kriesel Lives with Purpose and Joy After a Near-Death Experience in Iraq > John Kriesel, motivational speaker at Still Standing LLC, joins Jamie to discuss how a near-death IED attack in Iraq changed his life forever. After losing two of his best friends and as well as both of his legs, he realized the value in getting a second chance at life and committed himself to live purposefully and helping others do the same. Despite the adversities faced on the battlefield and going through a divorce, he credits them for making him stronger, enabling him to meet his wife, and living a life that he enjoys. Even though there may be things in our past we wish were different, John shares why he is a firm advocate of living life with no regrets.   Finding Culinary and Real Estate Success After Military Service Left him Blind and Deaf with Aaron Hale > Aaron Hale, U.S. military veteran, entrepreneur, and real estate investor, joins Jamie to discuss how he overcame losing his sight from an IED explosion in Afghanistan. He goes on to describe how, after several years of rehabilitation, he contracted bacterial meningitis, which also almost killed him but did cost him his hearing. Despite all the struggles and the darkness that he faced with this extreme adversity, he never let it define him. Among many other successful ventures, Aaron went on to create Extra Ordinary Delights, a fudge and chocolate company. He is now a proud husband and father of three, as well as successful business owner and real estate investor. He shares his incredible journey and explains why he is not afraid to fail. Support Labrador Lending: WEBSITE: https://labradorlending.com/ LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/labrador-lending/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/labradorlending TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LabLendLLC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/labradorlendingllc YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChYrpCUlqFYLy4HngRrmU9Q TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@eodconfections?lang=en   Connect with Jamie: LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-bateman-5359a811/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/batemanjames INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/batemanjames11/

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show
From Strength to Strength—Finding Success, Happiness, & Fulfillment in the 2nd Half of Life | Ep. 266 with NYT #1 Best-Selling Author Arthur C. Brooks

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 57:07


Are you going through a time in your life where you're going through uncertainty, doubt, fear, frustration, or a possible “mid-life crisis,” or you're just in a gap going from one season to another, and you're searching for more happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment…but you're not “there” yet? If so, I have one for you today that is going to speak directly to your heart & soul. Trust me on this one!   Meet Arthur C. Brooks. He's a Harvard professor of happiness and leadership. He's an author of 12 books, including his latest which is also a #1 New York Times Best-Seller. He's a social scientist who has led one of America's largest “think tanks” for a decade before making a huge leap of faith in his 50s. He's also one deep dude who just happens to be a guest on the IMPACT SHOW today. Buckle up as this one is going to hit you deep.   Specifically, here is what Arthur and I talk about: - Why does it seem so many people in their 40's, 50's, and 60's are “struggling” today, but no one wants to talk about it? - Why being a “success addict” is a dangerous thing, and what to do about it. - Why and when does professional decline happen, and how can you prevent it from being a source of frustration, loneliness, or even emptiness? - The 2 types of intelligence that occur in life are the secret to you finding your happiness & fulfillment, especially in the “2nd Curve” of life. - Using the science of ‘satisfaction' to find more fulfillment in life. - Arthur's pillars and principles of life to find even more happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment in life. - Understanding how and why faith rises with age. - How to best turn weaknesses into strengths. - How to turn a midlife transition from crisis to opportunity. - Why the 2nd-Half of Life can truly be your best half of life and how to get to that 2nd-curve more successfully. - Arthur's best practices, writing routine, and why he now attends Mass every day after he exercises and before he writes.   Yes, we cover ALL that and more on today's epic IMPACT Show. After listening to his book on Audible and then reading the hard cover, I couldn't wait for this conversation, and it did NOT disappoint.   Enjoy today's episode, and please let me know if it resonates with you. If so, hit me up on Instagram or drop me a text through my text Community (619.304.2216). I always love hearing from my listeners and appreciate your head, heart…and ears listening in!   Also, if you liked today's Show, can you please do the following: 1. Give us that 5-star rating on i-tunes. 2. Write a review. 3. Share it with your friends, family, social media, and community. All of this tremendously helps spread the word on the “Todd Durkin IMPACT SHOW” and helps fulfill the mission to spread the gospel of motivation, inspiration, and impact in the world. Thank you!   Be sure to tag me at: IG & Twitter: @ToddDurkin FB: www.facebook.com/ToddDurkinFQ10   Be sure to tag Arthur C. Brooks at: IG: @ArthurCBrooks   #FromStrengthToStrength #ToddDurkin #ArthurBrooks #IMPACT   About Arthur C. Brooks:   Arthur C. Brooks is a professor at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard Business School, where he teaches courses on leadership and happiness. He is also a columnist at The Atlantic, where he writes the popular “How to Build a Life” column. Brooks is the author of 12 books, including the 2022 #1 New York Times bestseller From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life. He speaks all around the world about love and happiness, giving more than 150 speeches and lectures per year in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Brooks began his career as a classical musician, leaving college at 19, and performing with ensembles in the United States and Spain. In his late twenties, while still performing, he returned to school, earning a BA in economics through distance learning. At 31, he left music and earned an MPhil and Ph.D. in public policy analysis, during which time he worked as a military analyst for the Rand Corporation. Brooks then spent the next 10 years as a university professor at Syracuse University, where he taught economics and nonprofit management. In 2009, Brooks became the president of the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC, one of the world's most influential think tanks, which he led for a decade. During this period, he was selected as one of Fortune Magazine's “50 World's Greatest Leaders” and was awarded seven honorary doctorates. Originally from Seattle, Brooks currently lives outside Boston with his wife, Ester Munt-Brooks, who is a native of Barcelona. They have three adult children.     THE SHIFT RETREAT!!!   When: Oct 20-23, 2022 Where: San Diego, CA   If you are ready to REDEFINE your limits… RECOMMIT to your world-class, high-performance habits… REIGNITE your big dreams and your action steps to achieve them… RE-ENERGIZE yourself and your relationships in order to live your BEST life… and REJUVENATE your soul… THEN THE SHIFT RETREAT is for YOU!    THE SHIFT RETREAT will unleash your deepest passion & potential & help you live your ultimate divine purpose.    There currently are “early-bird” specials so do not delay in signing up to be in the Room.   SIGN-UP TODAY AT: https://theshift.todddurkin.com      Join my TD Community for FREE: Simply text me “IMPACT” to (619) 304.2216 and you are on your way to receiving exclusive content and even more motivation & inspiration. Sign-up TODAY!     Please keep your questions coming so I can highlight you on the podcast!!  If you have a burning question and want to be featured on the IMPACT show, go to www.todddurkin.com/podcast, fill out the form, and submit your questions!      Don't forget that if you want more keys to unlock your potential and propel your success, you can order my book GET YOUR MIND RIGHT at www.todddurkin.com/getyourmindright or anywhere books are sold.   Get Your Mind Right now available on AUDIO: https://christianaudio.com/get-your-mind-right-todd-durkin-audiobook-download     Want more Motivation and Inspiration? Sign up for my newsletter The TD Times that comes out on the 10th of every month full of great content. Sign-up here…  www.todddurkin.com     ABOUT:   Todd Durkin is one of the world's leading coaches, trainers, and motivators. It's no secret why some of the world's top athletes have trained with him for nearly two decades. He's a best-selling author, a motivational speaker, and founded the legendary Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, CA. He currently coaches fellow trainers, coaches, and life-transformers in his Todd Durkin Mastermind group. Here, he mentors and shares his 25-years of wisdom in the industry on business, leadership, marketing, training, and personal growth.   Todd was a coach on the NBC & Netflix show “STRONG.” He's a previous Jack LaLanne Award winner, a 2-time Trainer of the Year. Todd and his wife Melanie head up the Durkin IMPACT Foundation (501-c-3) that has raised over $250,000 since it started in 2013. 100% of all proceeds go back to kids and families in need.   To learn more about Todd, visit www.ToddDurkin.com and www.FitnessQuest10.com.   Join his fire-breathing dragons' community and receive regular motivational and inspirational emails. Visit  www.ToddDurkin.com and opt-in to receive his value-rich content.   Connect with Todd online in the following places: You can listen to Todd's podcast, The IMPACT Show, by going to www.todddurkin.com/podcast.   You can get any of his books by clicking here!  (Get Your Mind Right, WOW BOOK, The IMPACT Body Plan)  

Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.
#486: Finding Success From Short-Term Rentals

Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 26:50


Rachel Gainsbrugh is the co-founder of a luxury boutique brand covering GA, FL, Pennsylvania, and TN that provides luxury vacation and workforce housing for families, medical professionals, and workers in other industries.     Quote:  “For me, the data is key.”   Highlights:     06:25: How Rachel determined which short-term rental markets to invest in 08:30: Finding short-term rental opportunities for executives or medical professionals 11:00: Using data to inform your investment decisions 15:50: Dealing with saturation in the market 17:50: Post-Covid slowdowns for short-term rentals 19:55: Finding financing for short-term investment properties 23:00: Figuring out property management   Guest Website: https://www.shorttermgems.com/   Recommended Resources:   Check out our company and our investment opportunity by visiting www.SunriseCapitalInvestors.com  Self Directed IRA Investment Opportunity – Click Here To Learn More About How You Can Invest With Us Through Your SDIRA  Accredited Investors Click Here to learn more about partnering with me and my team on Mobile Home Park deals!  Grab a free copy of my latest book “The 21 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Purchasing their First Mobile Home Park…and how to avoid them MobileHomeParkAcademy.com  Schedule your free 30 minute "no obligation" call directly with Kevin by clicking this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/KV2D2 

Here by the Owl
Episode 135 - Finding Success on Teachers Pay Teachers

Here by the Owl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 61:38


In this episode, Brittney with Bits from Britt, shares her journey to creating a successful Teachers Pay Teachers account and how others can do it too. Resources for this episode can be found: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1I64G9GmFbj35PtZsxrS5JMl9c7J6rafs?usp=sharing Like Here by the Owl podcast on Facebook and Instagram. Join on us on Patreon for exclusive content. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nikki-fideldy-doll/support

Keep It Core
Finding success in Luxury Real Estate | Friday Morning Drive | Peter Hernandez | Andy Stravos

Keep It Core

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 31:41


Finding success in Luxury Real Estate | Friday Morning Drive | Peter Hernandez | Andy Stravos by Douglas Elliman

Make It Simple
My Biggest Tips for Finding Success with Your Goals

Make It Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 29:00 Very Popular


Do you have big dreams and ideas for your life but get  stuck before you even start? Letting perfection get in the way is common and we often get in our own heads. Andrea is breaking down how to get out of your own way and start taking steps to achieving your goals today. Episode References:Episode 70 Self Sabotage: How to Recognize it and Stop itEpisode 64 How to Reframe the Thought "I Don't Have Time"Episode 58 Stop Making it Complicated and Start Living a LifeEpisode 16 Conquering Your Fear of FailureBIG SALE for Postpartum, Diastatus Recti, and Pregnancy Guides https://www.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.com/guide-overviewUse code SIMPLE to get 25% off on any of Andrea's guides until September 10thFollow Andrea on Instagram@deliciouslyfitnhealthy@dfh.training.picsTraining & Coachinghttps://www.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.com/linksVisit Andrea's Websitewww.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.comProduced by Light On Creative Productions 

XYPN Radio
Ep #343: Finding Success Building a Socially Responsible Firm: A Conversation with Ethan Miller

XYPN Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 64:29


Today, we talk to XYPN member Ethan Miller, CFP®, founder of Planning for Progress—a fee-only firm based in Washington D.C. Ethan started his career in labor and union organizing which gave him the passion for working with individuals one-on-one to empower them to make the world a better place. Financial planning seemed to be the perfect way to help clients lead socially responsible lives while building financial stability. He launched Planning for Progress in 2016 part-time to build slowly (and remain an active part of movements for social and economic justice). After 4 years, his network and niche aligned. Ethan relaunched in 2022 as a full-time advisor and now serves 70 clients in a calendar year. This episode is fun—and brutally honest. Ethan shares his experience of transitioning between service models to fit his ideal client by embracing both comprehensive and project-based service models and getting his existing clients on board. If you're thinking about starting a firm part-time or looking for ways to incorporate your values into your business, this episode is full of advice for you. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://www.xyplanningnetwork.com/343

The573 Podcast
E56: Finding Success As A Working Class Bowhunter with Austin Killian

The573 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 84:04


On today's episode, we sit down and chop it up with our good friend Austin Killian. We discuss: - Killian's Hunting Pursuit - Weekend Warrior Style - Hunting When Its Right - Summer Scouting - Preparing Your Hunting Spots - The Story of Killian's Big Buck "Leroy Jenkins" - Grinding It Out During The Rut - Self-Reflection

Whiskey & Wisdom
Finding Success through Adversity and Community, with April and Joey (DRINX)

Whiskey & Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 56:24 Transcription Available


The Creative Brew
152. Finding Success As A Creator

The Creative Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 27:46


This episode we go into some tips and insights that's helped me in my creative career. If you're looking to push towards your creative/entrepreneurial career, this may be an episode for you. Brewing some inspiration for your week! SHARE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT SUPPORT THE SHOW www.buymeacoffee.com/TheCreativeBrew SPONSORS All Skill No Luck If you're a creator, athlete or entrepreneur, luck can only get you so far. Having the right skill sets are critical in your success. All Skill No Luck makes hand crafted, custom designed, flannel wear. Made in the US, and based here in Oceanside, they pride themselves on quality, creativity and attitude-the perfect ingredients for the Creative Brew. Use Promo Code- "creativebrew10" And 10% off and free shipping within the US. Check them out at www.allskillnoluck.com TN Grappling Apparel Lifestyle wear for the modern wrestler/grappler. Use promo code CB10 on your next purchase at tennesseegrapplingapparel.com Elevate Coffee Trading If you appreciate specialty coffee, enjoy outdoor adventure, and love helping elevate the lives of children around the world, then you are going to LOVE Elevate Coffee Trading! Their mission is to EXTRACT HOPE through LOVE, COFFEE, & ADVENTURES!. Free shipping in the US and every bag of coffee helps sponsor health and education for children in coffee producing countries and areas of need in the USA. Use promocode elevate21 on your next order and on Follow their journey on social media @elevatecoffeetrading, and visit online at elevatecoffeetrading.com to start Extracting Hope together!" Beginning music to this episode is brought to you by 2MyndzAlyke be sure to check out their music and give them a follow on Facebook and Instagram at @2myndzalyke End music credits by Marlon D check out his new album on IG @mdlens Branding Work I Podcast Interviews I Speaking Engagements I www.langfordesign.com Contact me @ info@langfordesign.com IG: @thecreativebrewtv FB/thecreativebrewtv

MASTER YOUR MINDSET: Tools to Win the Inner-Game
Episode 189: Finding Success Through Leadership with Dusty Bailey

MASTER YOUR MINDSET: Tools to Win the Inner-Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 41:10


Dusty is an experienced leader as the Director of Sales New Business West for Paychex, and offers so much wisdom in this episode for everyone! - Stay tuned for the "InnerGame" training coming soon! Be the first to register and get all of my weekly thoughts on mindset in the Thoughts Become Things Thursday Newsletter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Get Rich Slow Podcast
59. SPECIAL GUEST SERIES 1 OF 3 - Finding Success In Architecture With Mathew Stockstill

The Get Rich Slow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 22:58


ROI DISCLOSURES:https://tinyurl.com/mr45sste   Tune in today as Lance, Rob, and Adrian interview Mathew Stockstill of Mathew Stockstill architect LLC and we're going to be diving into what makes his business work and how he's managed to find success in the world of architecture. Matthew is an architect specializing in guiding and a collaborative process with clients on residential and small to mid-size, public, and commercial projects. Matthew's firm offers design project consultation, permit assistance, drafting, and construction administration services in Oregon and Missouri.   Connect with Mathew: https://www.mstockstillarchitect.com/ mstockstill@mstockstillarchitect.com (660)-221-2517     https://roi-fa.com/events    https://roi-fa.com https://delavan-realty.com https://www.directorsmortgage.com/loan-officer/adrian-schermer

The Playbook
Adrian Gonzalez, Former MLB All-Star on Finding Success in a New Field

The Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 19:13


On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Adrian Gonzalez, Former MLB All-Star, entrepreneur, and investor in LIT Method, shares his thoughts on: [1:40] - How his lengthy baseball career taught him the importance of using low-impact training methods   [5:48] - The single biggest challenge he faced when transitioning to the business world [12:25] - Why his experiences in the minor leagues helped prepare him for the rigors of entrepreneurship [14:14] - How he's worked to become a more knowledgeable investor in recent years To learn more about the LIT Method, go to www.LITMethod.com Tweet me your takeaway from today's episode @davidmeltzer  Email Me! david@dmeltzer.com Sign up for my Free Weekly Training https://free.dmeltzer.com/friday-training-1 Text Me! (949) 298-2905  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Digital Marketing Master
"Finding Success Today : Staying Agile for Tomorrow" with Michelle McNally

Digital Marketing Master

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 10:34


Sarah talks with Michelle McNally, EVP Digital Marketing at BoxCrush about having a unified presence and streamlining. She speaks on having a website that accurately represents your brand and having it translate across other platforms.

MAKE IT
294 - Finding Success As A Writer, When Take A Mental Health Break From Social Media, And The Tangent 25 - Indie Talk Feat. Writer, Actor, Director Matt Williams

MAKE IT

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 72:57


Hello, Hello!    Nick is on vacation, so in this edition of Indie Talk, Writer, Actor, and Director Matt Williams joins Chris in this Wonderland-rabbit-hole exploration of a conversation. Chris and Matt talk about why creatives should move to Los Angeles to play at the highest levels, finding success as a writer, and when to take a break from social media for the sake of their mental health (but, can non-celebrity creatives afford to?), and 25 tangents destined and designed to educate, inspire and entertain. Enjoy!   Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love     The MAKE IT podcast is the platform for the Voice of the Filmmaker (https://www.bonsai.film/voiceofthefilmmaker) program, which is brought to you in partnership with Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization).   The Voice of the Filmmaker program brings educational, inspirational, and aspirational content to the filmmaking community. All of the content we create is for filmmakers, by filmmakers. Through this partnership, we bring you the following podcast series:   Filmmaker Conversations Indie Talks Industry Insights Mistakes in the Making Film Investment Series   Our audience plays a crucial role in making this all happen through donations to this fantastic program.   Donate Today! (https://www.bonsai.film/donate)   Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at contact@bonsai.film.   Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. We're everywhere!   You can find more info and a link to join our bi-weekly newsletter here: https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative.   Thanks for listening and, as always,   Be Better. Be Creative. Be Engaged.     #MAKEIT

MAKE IT
294 - Finding Success As A Writer, When To Take A Mental Health Break From Social Media, And The Tangent 25 - Indie Talk Feat. Writer, Actor, Director Matt Williams

MAKE IT

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 72:57


Hello, Hello!    Nick is on vacation, so in this edition of Indie Talk, Writer, Actor, and Director Matt Williams joins Chris in this wonderland rabbit hole exploration of a conversation. Chris and Matt talk about why creatives should move to Los Angeles to play at the highest levels, finding success as a writer, and when to take a break from social media for the sake of their mental health (but, can non-celebrity creatives afford to?), and 25 tangents destined and designed to educate, inspire and entertain. Enjoy!   Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love     The MAKE IT podcast is the platform for the Voice of the Filmmaker (https://www.bonsai.film/voiceofthefilmmaker) program, which is brought to you in partnership with Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization).   The Voice of the Filmmaker program brings educational, inspirational, and aspirational content to the filmmaking community. All of the content we create is for filmmakers, by filmmakers. Through this partnership, we bring you the following podcast series:   Filmmaker Conversations Indie Talks Industry Insights Mistakes in the Making Film Investment Series   Our audience plays a crucial role in making this all happen through donations to this fantastic program.   Donate Today! (https://www.bonsai.film/donate)   Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at contact@bonsai.film.   Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. We're everywhere!   You can find more info and a link to join our bi-weekly newsletter here: https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative.   Thanks for listening and, as always,   Be Better. Be Creative. Be Engaged.     #MAKEIT

Infinite Financial Freedom
Finding Success In A Shifting Market With Jake Breen

Infinite Financial Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 53:39


There is a shift happening in real estate right now and there's a way you can take advantage of it. Josh Mettle and Jake Breen, Managing Broker atBerkshire Hathaway Utah Properties, evaluate a recent property deal and theestimated return on investment in the first year is UNBELIEVABLE. Watch the full episode as they discuss what to look for in this shifting real estate market and how you can implement their strategies.⚠️ Make sure to watch this episode on YouTube for thefull experience. Jake and Josh get super tactical and present graphs, charts,and visuals to help explain their process.

Up To Date
Meet two Kansas City influencers finding success with viral videos

Up To Date

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 24:40


From TikToks to reels of family, food and friends, these local content creators use social media to influence followers.

SistersInc.
Episode 34: Finding Success Selling Seasonal Products with Danielle Hodge

SistersInc.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 26:24


Alma Ocean is the first Black-owned, female led startup designing patent-pending, culturally inspired pool floats and water accessories

Running Reprot
Ep.102 || Luis Grijalva | Finding Yourself Before Finding Success | 4th in 5000m at World Champs | Inspiring Dreamers (DACA Recipients), Guatemala, and all of Central America

Running Reprot

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 71:10 Very Popular


Aaron & Joshua Potts are joined by the highest finishing Guatemalan in history at the World Athletics Championships, Luis Grijalva!! Luis finished 4th in the 5000m this year at the World Champs in a highly competitive race and on this episode of 2BR he shares all of his feelings on the rave. Grijalva also described his 3 week long experience alone in Europe on the Diamond League circuit where he realized the importance of taking care of his mental health. This is the second time Grijalva has joined your favorite 2 Black Runners but this time witness the growth in real time that Luis is making as a 23 year old trough life and professional running Watch on YouTube at 9am PST: https://youtu.be/Z-eEjtCm9lY ✔Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2blackrunners/ ✔Website: https://www.running-report.com/ ✔Twitter: https://twitter.com/2BlackRunners TIME STAMPS: 0:00 Podcast Preview 0:47 Intro for Luis 3:10 Luis is planning to race one more at Brussels Diamond League MAYBE 5:28 Reflecting on experience at 2022 World Athletics Championships with Abdihamid Nur 6:55 Running with confidence and peace at Worlds 9:43 World Championships was first time traveling with a team 11:32 Traveling in Europe alone at 23 years old 13:31 Luis didn't like who he was becoming and found himself in Europe 16:10 Good Mental Health = Good Running 18:28 Luis is doing a lot of ADULTING in 2022 19:49 American races are SOFT 23:09 Mike Smith and NAU is proven on the track 26:27 Intranational racing 29:38 Traveling with Abdihamind next year 32:48 Celebrating Midsummer in Sweeden 34:20 The highest Guatemalan finisher at the World Athletics Championships ever 38:45 Guatemala shows Luis a lot of LOVE 39:42 The ONLY HISPANIC in the World Championships Final 44:40 Moh Ahmed and other elite athletes show their support for Luis 48:42 Luis doesn't see DACA as a "F'ed up situation" 51:02 The transition from college to pro 57:00 Luis' views on Leo & Lex Young going to Stanford over NAU 1:01:00 Going to National Parks this summer 1:03:56 Mike Smith's group name is unofficially DEATHROW RECORDS 1:08:16 Who should come onto the podcast next 1:09:32 Closing out the podcast

Real World Serverless with theburningmonk
#65: Finding success on AWS IQ with Adam Elmore

Real World Serverless with theburningmonk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 49:37 Transcription Available


In this episode, I caught up with Adam Elmore (@aeduhm), AWS DevTools Hero and an active member of the AWS community. We talked about how he passed all 12 AWS certifications in 2 weeks and how they have helped him find success on the AWS IQ platform. We also touched on his new project, public.dev, the general lack of performance-focused site builders, live streaming on Twitch and his plans for a new video course.Links from the episode:Adam's Twitch channelAWS IQpublic.devAppSync MasterclassFor more stories about real-world use of serverless technologies, please follow us on Twitter as @RealWorldSls and subscribe to this podcast.To learn how to build production-ready serverless applications, check out my upcoming workshops.Opening theme song:Cheery Monday by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3495-cheery-mondayLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

Serve Scale Soar
Finding Success In A Micro-Niche and Multiple Streams of Revenue with Jenna Quentin

Serve Scale Soar

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 30:50


Are you wondering if you can have a successful business with a super niche market? I have heard from so many people that they can't niche down because they will lose out on so many clients, but that's really not the case at all. You can actually grow your business so much more if you do niche down. In today's episode of Serve Scale Soar®, I sat down with one of my Beta to Biggie students, Jenna Quentin, to talk about how she is rocking it with a super niche market. She also shares how she uses in-person events to land clients and students and how she structured her membership. After years as a freelance writer and journalist, Jenna combined her love of natural health with writing skills to found Adjust Your Media. Serving chiropractors exclusively, she helps clients increase their impact through content creation and storytelling. Whether she's coaching clients to DIY or managing their blogs and social media accounts, Jenna is dedicated to sharing health from the inside out. Jenna lives a slightly chaotic fairytale with her French firefighter husband and their 4 kids. Whether you're a service provider or course creator, you will love Jenna's story. She has so much valuable insight into thinking outside the box when it comes to business, pivoting, mindset shifts, and so much more. Tune in to hear her story! Find the full show notes at www.brandimowles.com/155Resources Mentioned:Visit Jenna's website: https://www.jennaquentin.comFollow Jenna on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adjustyourmedia/Episode 127: How To Use A Leveraged Program To Scale Your Services www.brandimowles.com/127Additional Resources:Don't forget to sign up for my free training >> How to Scale to Consistent 10K Months Without Hiring a Team: http://servescalesoar.com/10kFollow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/serve-scale-soar/id1477998650Follow Brandi on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandimowlesFollow Brandi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brandiandcompany

Business Growth Architect Show
Ep #29: Robert Riopel: Finding Success Through Authenticity, Mindset and Passion

Business Growth Architect Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 37:25


Success is hard work. That's a fact. So wouldn't you rather put the effort and hard work into something you're passionate about? Our guest today, Robert Raymond Riopel, is a bestselling author, app designer, entrepreneur and trainer who has spent the past 18+ years traveling around the world and sharing his passion and wisdom with those who need it most. In this episode, he explains the importance of mindset, authenticity and finding what lights you up. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3JArrMh  

The Smart Agents Podcast
Episode 102: Finding Success From The Slopes To The Real Estate Market

The Smart Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 31:16


Episode 102 of The Smart Agents Podcast features Denver-based realtor Athena Brownson. Now entering her 8th year in the industry, real estate was not Athena's first passion. Before injury took her away from the sport she loved, Athena was a professional skier hitting the slopes more than 300 days a year. Throughout our conversation, Athen shares how her background in athletics has prepared her to excel in an industry where success is entirely determined by the effort you put in. We also talk about how she is communicating with sellers to set expectations and better market their properties in an evolving housing market. ——— Have an inspirational story of real estate tips to share with our community? Send us a message at Feedback@smartagents.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/smartagents/message

On the Blue Line podcast
On The Blue Line Podcast | MORNING ROLL CALL | Finding success from lessons learned in law enforcement | Episode 075

On the Blue Line podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 18:07


On The Blue Line Podcast | MORNING ROLL CALL | Finding success from lessons learned in law enforcement | Episode 075   ***visit https://www.ontheblueline.com/podcast-show-notes fot the show notes to this episode.  The On The Blue Line Podcast and Blog has the mission of Empowering Cops in their personal lives and educating the public on the realities of law enforcement. The morning roll call is a weekly monologue show with Wayne Mulder. The Interview Room podcast is an interview style format hosted by Wayne Mulder   In this episode: I first discuss the incident from the Unified Police Department where the 4-year-old fired a gun at police. (Subject of upcoming Blog on 08/28/2022) I read the second action step from the eBook: How the law enforcement career makes you cynical and what you can do about it by Wayne Mulder.   LINKS: Get the eBook, “How the law enforcement career makes you cynical and what you can do about it” by Wayne Mulder.   Articles Discussed: Police Video Shows 4-year-old shooting at police while they were arresting his father at McDonald's from Blaze Media.   After the episode: Leave us an iTunes rating and review! Visit us at www.OnTheBlueLine.com   On The Blue Line was founded and is operated by active-duty law enforcement to fulfill the mission of providing guidance, resources and community for law enforcement officers, first responders, and military personal in their off-duty lives.   HONOR | EMPOWER | EDUCATE | DEFEND

XYPN Radio
Ep #341: Embracing Career Change & Finding Success Serving the Tattoo Artist Niche: A Conversation with Colton Etherton CFP®

XYPN Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 54:04


We're excited to welcome Colton Etherton CFP®, XYPN Member, and owner of Out of the Office Planning to the show today. On this episode, Colton talks us through his professional background, which includes starting his career in the banking side of financial services, transitioning to Merrill Edge, Schwab, then an independent RIA, all before launching his fee-only firm with a tattoo artist niche. Colton shares the impact of his unexpected unemployment in the launch of his firm in January of 2021 and how his banking background gave him the confidence to build his own firm from scratch. After 9 months of business, Colton scrapped his niche nine months in to be the go-to resource for tattoo artists on his schedule. His firm is now growing incredibly fast, bringing in 10 clients in 6 months, on a schedule that prioritizes his personal and business goals. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://www.xyplanningnetwork.com/341

The Truth Evolves
114: Finding Success As a Female Entrepreneur without Giving Up the Ultimate Sacrifice - With Tiffany Carter

The Truth Evolves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 54:48


Surrender Driven Success - Biblical Mindset, Intentional Motherhood, Balancing Business and Family, Purpose, Success Strategi
Ep 96 // Rise Up in Confidence So That You Always Know Your WORK is WORTH IT! 5 Truths to Claiming the Promises of God and Finding Success in Every Battle! End of Summer Bible Study Series Part 2.

Surrender Driven Success - Biblical Mindset, Intentional Motherhood, Balancing Business and Family, Purpose, Success Strategi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 33:30


Whenever you are crossing over into something new; looking to gain ground in business; preparing for a transition; pursuing the promises of God in your life...it is NOT easy!    Let me repeat that it is NOT easy!    There are so many battles we must face along the way and I know you feel me on this! The good news is that YOU, my friend, are going to find a lot of encouragement in this conversation today!    So grab that cup of lukewarm coffee, kombucha, whatever...and get out your Bible and a pen to take some notes!    We're going over 5 Key points -Biblical truths and PERSPECTIVES that will strengthen you for the inevitable battles or challenges you are going to face on your journey of growth.    You DO NOT want to miss this episode. It is the Pep Talk you need to start the school year STRONG!    Connect ~ www.MichelleHiatt.com/connect Coaching ~ https://www.michellehiatt.com/coaching Email ~ Hello@MichelleHiatt.com IG ~ @MichelleAHiatt FB ~ www.Facebook.com/MichelleAHiatt  

Etsy Conversations Podcast | Arts & Crafts | DIY | Online Business | Ecommerce | Online Shopping | Entrepreneur Interviews
346 ~ Finding Success on Etsy with Niche Digital Products with Michelle of The Better Grind

Etsy Conversations Podcast | Arts & Crafts | DIY | Online Business | Ecommerce | Online Shopping | Entrepreneur Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 69:14


Michelle created a niche for her Etsy shop in a market that she understood after she tried fitting into one that she didn't. She shares in our convo what it took for her to figure out her lane on Etsy and how she has now not only found success, but is sharing tools and a course that helps other sellers find their own profitable lanes on Etsy also. Buy Me A Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/etsyconvo Connect with me on Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/etsyconversations/ Be My Podcast Guest - https://convome.com/be-my-etsy-conversations-podcast-guest/

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
The Introvert's Edge on Rapid Growth

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 25:41


Think introverts can't thrive in business?   Matthew Pollard, author of The Introvert's Edge to Networking, offers strategies on how introverts can harness their strengths and set themselves up for success through systems and planning. He is an internationally-recognized consultant, speaker, blogger, author, mentor, coach, and serial entrepreneur with five multi-million dollar business success stories under his belt, all before the age of 30. As the founder and CEO of Rapid Growth, LLC, he also reveals the formula for optimizing our skills and story to achieve maximum ROI.     [00:01 - 05:51] Finding Success as an Introvert Matthew talks about how he used his introversion to his advantage Misconception: introverts have no business in sales and networking The key is planning and preparation so we can make use of our strengths Differentiating introverts from extroverts Matthew tells us about his experience of social exhaustion   [05:52 - 24:04] Creating a Rapid Growth Business Rapid growth has nothing to do with functional skills Separating ourselves from the industry and leveraging the power of the story We engage emotionally with stories vs. just using jargon Matthew shares the success stories of his clients The importance of finding a niche and building relationships Matthew talks about realizing his higher-level benefit and becoming the Rapid Growth Guy Teaming up with someone who's not the ideal customer can help narrow down a niche    [24:05 - 25:40] Closing Segment Reach out to Matthew!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “My mission is to help introverts realize they're not second-class citizens. Their path to success is just different from that of an extrovert.” - Matthew Pollard “Most people are amazing at their functional skills, but rapid growth has nothing to do with your functional skills.” - Matthew Pollard “You have to separate yourself from that industry, and you have to leverage the power of story to educate.” - Matthew Pollard -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Matthew through his website. Discover the Rapid Growth Formula and get the template at matthewpollard.com/growth. Download the first chapter his book, The Introvert's Edge to Networking at introvertsedge.com/networking. Listen to his podcast, The Introvert's Edge.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Matthew Pollard: The big framing for me is that I learned to succeed as an introvert. And I will tell you that most people think that introversion is a disadvantage when it comes to selling to networking. I actually realize that we have a real edge, as long as we realize that we can't behave extroverted, that we systemize out our disadvantages while leveraging our strengths. And planning and preparation really allow us to leverage our major strengths of active listening and empathy, which something, I'd say, extroverts aren't quite as good as us at. [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: Matthew Pollard is the author of The Introvert's Edge, Amazon's eighth most sold book of the week. Matthew, welcome to the show.  [00:00:48] Matthew Pollard: Hey, I'm excited to be here. Thanks for having me on. [00:00:51] Sam Wilson: Hey, man. The pleasure's mine. In 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:56] Matthew Pollard: Oh, in 90 seconds or less? Well, introverted kid, reading speed of a sixth grade, horrible acne, no business being in sales, fell into sales as a result of losing my job just before Christmas. 93 doors before my first sale, it was a horrific day of getting sworn at and getting told to get a real job, went home, taught myself how to sell watching YouTube videos, became the number one salesperson in the company in about six weeks, fast forward just shy of a decade, I had been responsible for five multimillion dollar success stories. And the big framing for me is that I learned to succeed as an introvert. And I will tell you that most people think that introversion is a disadvantage when it comes to selling, to networking. I actually realize that we have a real edge, as long as we realize that we can't behave extroverted, that we systemize out our disadvantages while leveraging our strengths. And planning and preparation really allow us to leverage our major strengths of active listening and empathy, which something, I'd say, extroverts, aren't quite as good as us at. [00:01:54] Matthew Pollard: And that's really, you know, what got me to where I am today. I moved to the US. I started teaching people how to create rapid growth businesses by differentiating, by creating a niche strategy, and by creating a sales system that works, some of those people in the syndication space and, and really that's, what's allowed me to continue my mission of helping introverts realize they're not second class citizens. Their path to success is just different to that of an extrovert.  [00:02:18] Sam Wilson: Can you define for me? 'Cause I'm not sure that even everybody has a clear understanding of the difference between an extrovert and an introvert.  [00:02:25] Matthew Pollard: You know, it's actually interesting. I, I think that psychologists have been paid a fortune in research grants to make it more complicated, not less so. So the classic introvert you would assume is not either you or ism, you know, the classic introvert would be that person hiding under the bridge. And I, I promise that I would out you as an introvert on this show. So there you go. And this is the biggest thing that I focus on, that most people perceive the introvert as the quiet person that doesn't want to talk to anyone. And what you may be experiencing right now is what you would perceive as perhaps two very articulate people, having a dialogue about a topic that they, you know, if they were true introverts, they wouldn't be able to have. And that's the mistake that everybody makes. Introversion has got nothing to do with your ability to succeed in being a podcast host, being a podcast guest, speaking from a stage, networking, selling, gosh, any other so-called extroverted or any, you think, as a matter of fact, I think that introvert dominate on, you know, all of those, as long as they've got a great system and they do planning and preparation previously. The difference is that after those activities, we're exhausted. Where an extrovert is buzzing, they're charged up and they want to go to the next so-called extroverted behavior.  [00:03:36] Matthew Pollard: So the thing that I will say that separates us, and the best example I can give you is I run an event in Austin called Small Business Festival. And you know, Jim Cathcart, number one most award-winning speaker in the world, is a friend of mine. He came down, he's like, Matt, I'm going to be a closing speaker. And I'm coming down for the full three-day period. At the end of that three days, he and I had been involved in the event. We'd hung out with people. We'd interviewed people from stage. We'd both spoken. The difference was at the end, he was charged up and wanted to go and experience rainy street in the city of Austin, the live music capital of the world. I wanted to put on a hoodie and watch Netflix and maybe cry a little bit by myself and talk to nobody. I've never in my life had to ask a 70-year-old if I could please go home, I was tired ever, but that was the time. He was so charged up because he had three days of charge. I had three days of using my charge. That's all introversion is. It's got nothing to do with what we can achieve.  [00:04:31] Sam Wilson: Right. No, I appreciate that. Yeah. And that's the definition I was hoping you were going to give 'cause it's absolutely true. I mean, yeah, I'm doing, I run a daily podcast. I'm doing 12 interviews today. And let me tell you when these, this is all I do on Tuesdays, this interview, and when Tuesdays are over, I'm spent. Like I just go, I go home. Like, I, I really don't get any of their work done on Tuesday. It's like, I'm exhausted. I'm just exhausted. And I had a great day, had a great, great time conversing with people like yourself all day long. I get to meet the brightest and best minds in real estate, every Tuesday, all over the country. It's amazing. And it wears me out. That's just, just the way it is. [00:05:06] Matthew Pollard: And you own that. And that's the important thing. I think a lot of people either get embarrassed by that. Now, truthfully, you have a ton of advantages being an introvert and extroverts, I don't want to be perceived as extrovert-bashing, extroverts have a ton of advantages, too. The goal is that you have to understand you have strengths and weaknesses and you have to leverage your strengths while learning how to improve on your weaknesses. The difference is an extrovert will go and learn how to actively listen or they'll go and learn how to empathize better. An introvert believes that they can't, and that's really where the biggest hurdle is. And I will tell you, Sam, I actually batch my interviews, too, for my podcast, The Introvert's Edge. I batch interview over a two-day period the entire series every time I launch one because I don't want to do it again for another long period.  [00:05:51] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. I absolutely love it. Let's talk about achieving rapid growth. So I know that's one of the things you're well known for, break down that process for me, if you don't mind.  [00:06:02] Matthew Pollard: Yeah, absolutely. And I think the important thing for people to understand when it comes to rapid growth is that most people are amazing at their functional skill, but rapid growth has nothing to do with your functional skills. As a matter of fact, if you explain what you do as a functional skill, then people are less likely to want to work with you. So what I really highlight for people is there's three steps to rapid growth that are outside the scope of your functional skill. If you can nail these three and do them well, then you really can create a rapid growth business that, that you deserve. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to give you an example that's kind of outside your industry, but I want to tell you that I actually applied this to a syndication business. That's a feature in my new book, The Introvert's Edge to Networking, and he was able to obtain rapid growth really, really easily. But the key was, by the way, don't call yourself a syndication specialist. If that's what you are, don't say it to everyone. That's not in syndication. It sounds like a Ponzi scheme, like a scam, like I'm going to give you my money and you're going to run away from it, with it, I should say. Now here's the thing that I will tell you to everyone that knows what it is. It is a really good way of making money and it's a great way of leveraging income, but the truth is the average person outside that, the only way you're going to be able to explain it to them is by educating them, that's like opening your fire hose of information.  [00:07:16] Matthew Pollard: So you have to separate yourself from that industry, and you have to leverage the power of story to educate. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to give you an example that does both, I'm going to show you how it applies, then I'll show you how it applies to syndication, but I'm also going to leverage the power of story because especially for those introverts out there, story does a few amazing things. The first thing it does is it activates the reticular activating system of their brain, which for an introvert that struggles to develop rapport, it allows my brain to synchronize with the brains of everybody that's listening. It creates artificial rapport that I can leverage into real rapport, super powerful. And it allows me to foster a relationship with everybody that's listening now. This is really, really powerful as well because people buy from people that they like, but it also is for introverts and for extroverts that feel like they need to educate, it stops us from putting so much jargon into the explanation. So leave your brochures, leave your manuals, and your jargon talk at home. Tell a story instead. The second thing that I will tell you is when you tell a story, people remember up to 22 times more information. So my goal of sharing this story with you is also that you retain it, that you remember it, and you actually apply the advice that I'm about to give you. [00:08:24] Matthew Pollard: And then thirdly, and I think this is the most powerful, it actually short circuits the logical part of your brain. So when you hear a story, your emotional part of the brain is what hears a story. The logical part has no way of processing it. So literally in short circuits your emotional brain, goes story time, and listens. So the difference here is that if you try to give somebody jargon for six seconds until they're bored, you tell someone a story they're going to listen for two or three minutes. And they're only going to listen for whether the moral applies to them, which is even better because they assume all the detail is fact. So because of that, it gives you a huge advantage of everybody else, especially in the investment space where they're just overwhelming. Everybody in the industry just overwhelms people with jargon.  [00:09:04] Matthew Pollard: So the example I'll give you is actually of a language tutor that was out of California. And she taught kids and adults Mandarin. And for the longest time, she was able to charge $50 to $80 an hour for a private consultation. Now she did that successfully until there are a whole bunch of people moving into California, willing to charge 30 to $40 an hour for a private consultation. On top of that, we now live in this global economy. There were people in China offering to do it for $12 an hour on Craigslist and technology that says, Hey, I'll charge you nothing. You teach me English. I'll teach you Mandarin. You know, no one charges, anyone anything, so she's competing against free. So she comes to me and she says, how do I compete in this crowded marketplace? What she's looking for is how to sell more effectively. But the key is that if you start with sales, you've already lost. What I said is we've got to avoid the battle altogether. So I looked at all the things she did for her clients outside the scope of her functional skill, and what I realize is for two of these clients, and literally, she'd worked with hundreds, it was just two. She helped them understand some pretty important things. These were executives being relocated to China. Now the first thing she helped them understand was the importance of rapport. Like here, if I was a really bad salesperson, at the end of 45 minutes, I might say, do you want to move forward? [00:10:11] Matthew Pollard: And you'll say, yes, no, or, everyone's favorite, let me think about it. Well, if I come back a week from now and you still say you want to think about it, you're probably not going to go ahead. In China, they're going to want to see you five or six times before they discuss business. They're probably going to want to see you drunk over karaoke once or twice. It's just the kind of people that they are, but that's because they're talking 25 to 100-year relationships, not transactional deals like we do here. She helped them understand the importance of eCommerce or the differences between eCommerce in China and in the Western world and the importance of respect, why learning the language isn't enough. You've got to reduce your accent, how to handle a business card, why it mattered. These are the things that were significant to these two clients. And I said when you doing so much more for these people than just language tuition, what are you doing? Now in syndication, everyone has their own unique skills, their own things that they bring to the marketplace that they struggle to articulate. Otherwise, you won't have clients that keep coming back to you. And she said, look, there's just a few things I'm just trying to help, but I'm like, you're stuck in your functional skill. Is it fair to assume as a result of the assistance that you are giving these people, they're going to be more successful in China? And she's like, I mean, yeah. I mean, that's the point, right? I said, great. Let's call you the China Success coach then. Forget about Mandarin for a second. Let's focus on creating what we ended up calling the China Success Intensive, which was a five-week program to work with the executive, the spouse, and any children being relocated to China. [00:11:30] Matthew Pollard: Now she loved the idea of this, but she's like, well, who do I sell it to? And I said, well, who do you think your ideal client is? What she's asking is who do I go out networking to find, right? Now everyone assumes the biggest group. So I said, well, who do you think you're supposed to sell this to? And she said, well, obviously the executive. I'm like, yeah. I mean, I was terrified of moving from Australia to the US. Imagine going to China where they speak a different language. Still, not your ideal client though. She's like, well, the companies are going to pay. I'm like, yeah, they got millions of dollars writing on an executive being successful, fair assessment. Still, I don't think so. Frustrated, she's like, well, who then? I said I think you're right. Your client's the immigration attorney. She looked at me puzzled. She's like what? I said, what do you think about this for a second? An immigration attorney gets paid five to $7,000 for doing a visa, doing all the paperwork and bureaucracy that comes with it. They've got staff, they've got office space, they've got a pay to get a client. They'd be lucky to make $3,000. I said, so just offer them $3,000 for a simple introduction. They were like double my profit for a simple introduction, sure. What have I got to say? These people are ecstatic to meet her at a networking event. [00:12:30] Matthew Pollard: She said, well, all you've got to do is say, congratulations, you've now got a visa. I just want to double check you're as ready as possible to be relocated to China. These people, pretty confident, they'd say, yeah, I think we're set. You know, we've got our place sorted. We are learning the language. Kids are getting pretty good at it too. We've got our visa now. Thank you. I think we are good to go and they just respond with, there's actually a lot more to it than that. I think you need to speak to the China Success coach. She then got on the phone with the easiest sale in the world. Now put this in perspective. She charged $30,000 for doing this. She paid a $3,000 commission for this five-week program. She made $27,000 for the easiest sale in the world instead of struggling every day to charge $50 to $80 an hour, she had a business that exploded. Now, how do you apply this to this syndication space? Simple. You first need to decide the niche for you. [00:13:18] Matthew Pollard: I worked with a client recently who specialized or had a lot of clients in the medical space, surgeons, people that were, you know, highly specialized doctors. Just, so you know, you're supposed to feel sorry for these people because they spent a fortune learning. Then they get into their career and they put themselves in golden handcuffs. They've got expensive lives, expensive spouses. Their kids are going to expensive schools. They have no idea how they're ever going to retire. The thing they do have is a huge income, but they invest it in things like condos and triplexes. The problem is that, usually, they end up the landlord and the hourly rate's horrible and the properties, 'cause they've got less time to look than everyone else, they usually lose money, not make money. So they give up on all that. That was the group that he cared about though. He sold it to everyone. I said, specialize here. Then we can frame the messaging differently. We actually called him The Arbitrage Architect. Why? Well, arbitrage means buy low and sell high. Well, if you can buy things low in a way that nobody else can if you've got a high income that allows you or affords you the opportunity to be involved in a syndication, a much smaller group, so it's more manageable and more profitable. Well, of course, you're basically making money out of arbitrage. So we created the unified message of The Arbitrage Architect. We then niche down to doctors and surgeons, and then we created a sales system that leveraged the power of relationships through other surgeons and messaging out to surgeons and doctors. That's what created his rapid growth business. Funnily enough, as soon as he started doing it, while the people that knew him were like, what are you doing? You're a syndication specialist, just stick to that. Even his father-in-law thought he was insane. He actually had a doctor's association in Canada, reach out to me like, you know what? We need someone to speak to our doctors. Can you work with us and help us with that? And he had a dream set of clients. Now he has no problem raising money and all the choice deals get given to him first because they know who he is. He breaks through the noise. So if you focus on these steps, firstly sales, step three, is a lot easier, but gosh, you stop feeling like you're having to convince and cajole people to do what's in their best interest. [00:15:28] Sam Wilson: Yeah, I like that. That's absolutely right. And I, I think you started with something there at the beginning was to leverage the story. You know, like any good brand leverages the story. I don't know if you've ever, ever done a whiskey tour, right? I remember I was on the bourbon trail in Kentucky and, and it's like, in the end, it's the same, almost the same, you know, same product, you know? Okay. All the, all the bourbon drinkers, like, no, it's not, I'm going to get a bunch of hate email, but, but seriously, in the end, they've always got some founding story and it's, I mean, the whole thing is about the story and how special the water is and how special the grains and what, it's like, okay.  [00:16:02] Matthew Pollard: Oh, I'm with you. I mean, how many times have we gone to a winery and actually had pretty bad wine, but then we bought a bottle because the story was so great. You felt connected to this bottle of wine. It was nowhere near as good as a bottle half the price from California that we could have got it home.  [00:16:17] Sam Wilson: Right. Exactly. Exactly. You're like, gosh, is this a $6 bottle or a $2? I don't have any idea. This is not good though. I know that. Yeah. That's exactly it. And that's why I never need to go on a whiskey tasting tour ever again. It's like, this is, I've heard the story. Thank you. But still, even though, even, so I liked really what you said there of leverage the story. What are some things that people should do, I guess, to begin, you know, finding their unique story? Like for you, I think it sounded like it came from the experience of identifying yourself as an introvert, going, okay, you know what, I'm an introvert and this, this does not come naturally or easy for me. And I think you built upon that. What can other people do to really find their way of leveraging their story?  [00:16:57] Matthew Pollard: Yeah, absolutely. So I think what we need to do is you need to say what are the skills that I have outside the scope of my functional skill and then say, well, what is the higher level benefit of that. So for Wendy, it was eCommerce, understanding of respect, understanding of rapport. The high-level benefit was China Success. For Shane, who became The Arbitrage Architect, it was the fact that he understood what doctors were going through, how to find deals, how to raise the money, how to connect with those right people. And then, you know, The Arbitrage Architect became the perfect fit for him because he understood what they were going through. He understood that while wealthy, they were actually stuck in golden handcuffs and they were trying to invest. It's funny, we came up with this slogan, stop investing like a poor person, right? Because the whole framing was around a super rich, egocentric kind of individuals that knew that they should be able to get access to something that everyone else did and they just couldn't find it. So it was a really easy fit.  [00:17:50] Matthew Pollard: For me, I went, well, hang on a second. you know, I learned to sell as an introvert, yes. But then I started my own business and I realized that if you start with sales, you've already lost. So I actually learned to market, by the way, salespeople tend to be undergrad qualified people or people that aren't seen as highly qualified. Marketers on the other hand are highly qualified but have never had a relationship with a customer. They don't really go and speak to customers. So salespeople tend to hate marketers and marketers tend to devalue what's going on in the sales team. I actually was able to play in both spheres. Because of that, I actually had the ability to communicate between. So most people that are in small businesses, they generally have to hire a sales coach, then they have to hire a marketing specialist, and neither of them are actually connecting the dots for the other. Then the world went online. So I went, well, I understand sales and marketing offline. That's how I grew my business. And then I moved them online. And more specifically, I learned to move them online and realized that while everybody else was blogging every day, podcasting every day, taking photos of their donut for something to say on Instagram, because their focus was to be the loudest, I realized that if you were the clearest, i.e. had a great message, you didn't need to be the loudest you could optimize and even automate to break through the noise, i.e. in networking and online, if you can be the clearest, you don't have to be the loudest.  [00:19:07] Matthew Pollard: By bringing all of this together, online and offline marketing and sales, and the psychology because truthfully, look, I've learned you can create a rapid growth business out of anything. I built five multimillion-dollar businesses myself from the ground up. And the thing I can tell you is there's nothing worse than a rapid growth business with customers you can't stand, the business, you don't like. So it's ensuring that you actually create the right rapid growth business as opposed, and trust me, you'll make more money if you focus on a business you're actually passionate about, too. Now, most people in this syndication space are so focused on the money, but there is a passion behind it. They just are so logical and so practical-minded or so focused on making money, they don't take time to think about it and learn how to articulate it. My realization that no one else does this stuff, made me realize that what my higher level benefit was was, yes, I was passionate about helping introverts, passionate about helping service provider businesses, more specifically than all businesses in general. And what I realized is I had a unique competency, which was twofold. One was that I had the ability to help a business create rapid growth, but also had the ability for a business owner, to help a business owner obtain rapid growth in their mindset, their focus, the business that they were going to create. So they actually created the business, the rapid growth business that they love as opposed to the rapid growth business that pays really well, but makes them suicidal. So I called myself the Rapid Growth Guy because it encapsulated that. [00:20:31] Matthew Pollard: By the way, the first time I told a friend unified message is the last thing you should tell somebody else. It's like walking up to someone and saying, Hey Sam, I know you've called me, Matthew, my whole life. Now, when I want you to call me Tom. It just feels weird. Like, the first time I said to someone called me the Rapid Growth Guy, it was a friend of mine that was a sales trainer. And by the way, you don't want to call yourself a commodity, right? When I called myself a sales trainer, people looked at me like I was one step above a scam artist. When I called myself a marketer, they go, oh, I need that. How much do you cost? Now I'm talking about price. But when I said to a friend, I called myself the Rapid Growth Guy now, he looked at me and he's like, Matt, what are you doing? I mean, you sound like a male enhancement drug and not a good one, right? So for me, it was about making sure that I shared it with new people. [00:21:12] Matthew Pollard: Shane, the first time he called himself, The Arbitrage Architect, his father-in-law was like, oh my gosh, I think you've hit your head, right? But now he's got a rapid growth business. So the advice I would give you is look at the skill sets. Every single person, yes, you do syndication or you do property, that everyone has unique experiences, unique past customers, unique qualifications, unique passions, and missions that perfectly qualify them to help a demographic, and that provide them unique skills in order to help them with. But here's what I'll say. You don't need to hire me to figure it out. I actually have a five-step template that I give away. You can go to matthewpollard.com/growth, and there you can download the template and it literally walks you through the steps of creating your own unified message and discovering your own niche, willing-to-buy clients. [00:21:54] Matthew Pollard: It's funny. I did this at the National Freelance Conference, and this sounds amazing until I tell you the second part. At the end of the 45-minute session, I said, who here now has a unified message they believe will excite and inspire a prospect to want to know more. So when they introduce themselves at a networking event, people don't look at you like you're a scammer or say, oh, I need that. How much do you cost? But actually just intrigued to want to know more. But also they've identified a niche of people that are willing to pay themselves, pay them what they're worth. And like 97% of the room put their hands up. And as I said, sounds great until I tell you this. I said people keep your hands up. If this is the most time you spent actively working on your marketing since you started your business. Now, the keyword is actively. You might have read some marketing books, read them, and then read the next book. I mean, these people that read a hundred books a year and apply none drive me crazy. So the thing that I will tell you is that these people, 85% of the room kept their hands up, that this is the most time they've spent actively working on their marketing since they started their business. So the key thing is this template works if you spend the time doing it.  [00:22:57] Matthew Pollard: And what I would suggest to people that are listening is team up with somebody that's not in the syndication space at all. Find a hairdresser friend, a florist friend, a lawyer friend, somebody that is not your ideal customer, but also not somebody that works in your industry 'cause they'll get you out of your industry jargon and you won't be selling to them in the process, right? But focus with somebody and spend, maybe get them to listen to this podcast. I'm sure Sam would appreciate you getting them to listen to this podcast anyway, but get them to listen to this podcast and then download the template and spend an hour and a half on them and then get them to spend an hour and a half on you. And you'll easily come up with a niche that makes sense because they'll hold you accountable to realizing that if you speak to far less people, you become the only logical choice as opposed to having more opportunity where nobody really takes you seriously or wants to work with you. So they will force you to make a decision and then you'll be able to work through what the high-level benefit of that is. And the template will take you through all of that. So go and download the template at matthewpollard.com/growth. And that'll really take you through every step you need to create the message and find the niche.  [00:24:04] Sam Wilson: Matthew, thank you for taking the time to come on today. This has certainly been informative and insightful, have really appreciated everything you've shared with us. My last question is typically, how do we get in touch with you? But it sounds like you've just showed us matthewpollard.com. Thank you again for coming on. Is there anything else you'd like to share the listeners before we sign off? [00:24:22] Matthew Pollard: Yeah, absolutely. For the introverts that are listening, you don't need to buy my book either to learn how to sell or network as an introvert. You know, I'm really conscious of trying to make sure that introverts get over that belief that they can actually sell or network. So you can actually download the first chapters of my book at theintrovertsedge.com. You can get the sales book there in theintrovertsedge.com/networking. And that'll get you the first chapters, the sales book, for instance, I actually will help you overcome your belief. You can sell and give you the full seven steps. If you do nothing more than what you currently say into those seven steps, you'll realize there's some things out of order, you can fix that. There's some things that don't fit. That'll be all the jargon that you tell the client, you should throw that out. And then you'll realize that there's some gaping holes like asking great questions and telling great stories. If you just do that, you'll double your sales in the next 60 days. So whichever you want to focus on networking or sales, there's a book for you.  [00:25:10] Sam Wilson: Fantastic. Matthew, thank you so much. Appreciate it. Have a great rest of your day.  [00:25:13] Matthew Pollard: My pleasure, cheers.

HerMoney with Jean Chatzky
Ep 329: A First-Generation American On Finding Success

HerMoney with Jean Chatzky

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 46:44 Very Popular


Latina women suffered more than any other demographic during COVID, which is why, when we talk about a “return to normal,” we must discuss ways to build back a more inclusive economy that works for all women. First-generation American Pamela Zapata, founder and CEO of Society 18, joins us to discuss entrepreneurship, why women need to charge more for their services and expertise, and what influencer marketing really looks like for Black and Brown women. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on creating a will when you have no children, and saving for retirement after an illness and a divorce. In Thrive, gardening on a budget.