Can you be paid to speak? Can you make money out of your story and voice? This is what Alan has done for the last 15 years, so when Kim asked for advice on making money by speaking, Alan got super excited. Join us as we share six different ways you can get paid to speak and build your business. This episode is jam-packed with ideas that will help your business grow and a simple strategy for testing your ideas.
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The Tao is constantly moving, the path that all life and the whole universe takes. There is nothing that is not part of it—harmonious living is to know and to move with the Tao—it is a way of life, the natural order of things, a force that flows through all life. 365 Tao is a contemporary book of meditations on what it means to be wholly a part of the Taoist way, and thus to be completely in harmony with oneself and the surrounding world. Deng Ming-Dao is the author of eight books, including The Living I Ching, Chronicles of Tao, Everyday Tao, and Scholar Warrior. His books have been translated into fifteen languages. He studied qigong, philosophy, meditation, and internal martial arts with Taoist master Kwan Saihung for thirteen years, and with two other masters before that.Join Rob as he reads from the 365 Tao. “This treasury of life enhancing daily readings turns a wise Taoist light on every facet of life. Each daily entry begins with a one-word title and its Chinese character in elegant calligraphy.A brief poetic aphorism provides the theme, followed by a clear, insightful meditation on the days Taoist principle.”~Please share Friday's
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In the wake of Tom and Gisele Brady's recent divorce announcement Drs. Nii and Renée hit the studio to read listener comments from their previous episode, “Won't You Come Home, Tom Brady?”, and continue the discussion. The doctors also answer audience questions and close out the show by bringing to light Qatar's horrible World Cup accommodations. Things to expect in this episode:Hosting, celebrating and educating children on ThanksgivingTom and Gisele Brady's public divorce and how it relates to the lives and careers of doctors Prioritizing family over career and the impact on children, plus data on physician divorce ratesNegotiating base pay versus call back rate, and other deciding factors Johnny Harris's documentary on the real reason Qatar is hosting the World CupJohnny Harris's Youtube ChannelWE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!! TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR ON FUTURE EPISODES!!!!FILL OUT THE DOCS OUTSIDE THE BOX PODCAST SURVEY (in partnership w INCROWD)INCROWDMAKE EXTRA MONEY AS A RESIDENT OR ATTENDING - COMPLETE MEDICAL SURVEYS WITH INCROWDWATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE! Join our communityText word PODCAST to 833-230-2860 Twitter: @drniidarkoInstagram: @drniidarkoEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcasting Course: www.docswhopodcast.comMerch: https://docs-outside-the-box.creator-spring.com This episode is edited by:Your Podcast PalThis episode is sponsored by Locumstory. Learn how locum tenens helps doctors make more and have the lifestyle they deserve!. Check them out HERE!
In this episode, CEO of Practice Freedom U, Jamey Schrier, talks about pricing your services appropriately. Today, Jamey talks about the guilt surrounding pricing, accessibility and luxury, and the 3X model. How should we express the outcomes of our services? Hear about job security, pricing according to the market, and get Jamey's advice to his younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “You don't strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.” “We need to charge appropriately for not what we do but benefits that we provide.” “Always get paid for R&D.” “People will pay for your results.” “I would've gotten help from an outside source sooner.” More about Jamey Schrier Jamey Schrier, P.T., is a best-selling author, business coach, speaker, and CEO of Practice Freedom U, a business training and coaching company. Jamey has helped hundreds of private practice owners Treat Less, Earn More, and live a life of prosperity and fun. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Pricing, Money, Quality, Experience, Value, Business, Resources: FREE GIFT: PT Practice Quiz. To learn more, follow Jamey at: Website: www.practicefreedomu.com. LinkedIn: Jamey Schrier. Instagram: @jameyschrierpfu. Facebook: Jamey Schrier. Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript here: Unknown Speaker 0:02 Hey, Jamie, welcome back to the podcast, one of my most frequent guests, and I love you for coming on. It's so great. I love seeing you. If only your wife would were here, that would make it so much better. Unknown Speaker 0:14 Well, thank you so much, Karen. And she couldn't be here. But I think she's having fun with her friends, because it's around the holidays. And that's what she does. Unknown Speaker 0:23 Oh, wow. Next time she's coming on. So let's see, last time we saw each other was that PPS in Colorado? And you had you did a pre con there, right? What was that pre con about just kind of tell the audience in case you do it again, we can get some you know, Unknown Speaker 0:44 it's it's one of my it's one of my best pre cons. It's one of my best workshops, it's five steps to additional five figures. And what I do is just grab, like, a few key areas in every business needs these. So for this one, we did a lot of foundational stuff around vision and values. We then went into messaging like, actually, how do you communicate what you do we always complain, no one understands what we do. Chad went into a whole thing on you know, how to develop your message and how to put this message everywhere. So people actually understand what you do. And let's see, we did delegation. Who not you. So to get that stuff off your plate that we all hate doing. You and I are talking about behind the scenes, video editing, it's, we all have things that we hate doing, you hire someone else. And we did some other things around development of systems. So it was four hours, and it was awesome. And it went like just like that. Unknown Speaker 1:52 I'm sure it did. Well, it sounds great. And if you do it again, hopefully at PPS people you'll get I know you had like a sellout crowd, right? Unknown Speaker 2:02 Well, yeah, I mean, we had it sold out in like a few days. And I thought that we're going to expand it, because we had plenty of room but there was some mix up or whatever. So I'm hoping I can get back there next year and literally do the same talk. I think we could probably get 150 people in there without without a problem. Because it was it was great. I got people still reaching out to me saying, oh my god, I did what you said I, I tweaked my my ad and all of a sudden people reached out to me, they want to work for me. Amazing. There's no secrets, but there's definitely some certain principles that can can always help us. Right, right. Unknown Speaker 2:38 Absolutely. And so today we're gonna talk about pricing our services. So this is a question I get a lot, I'm sure it's something you get a lot. And I have a feeling it's what a lot of people struggle with is how do I price my services appropriately? So what is your best advice? Let's just start with that. So how do we how do we properly price our services? And before we even start, I'll also say, I think a lot of physical therapists, maybe you may disagree, are uncomfortable around this conversation of pricing. Because Unknown Speaker 3:19 therapists are uncomfortable around the conversation of money. Right? Unknown Speaker 3:23 Right. So let's start. Let's start. Let's start with that. So what do you say to those people who are like, Oh, I don't know, I feel bad. I feel bad charging people for what I do. How many times have you heard that? Unknown Speaker 3:37 A lot. I heard today, I had three conversations. One too, with clients, current clients and one with someone that was interested in our program. And they all brought up the same word guilt. Guilt is a word I hear so often. And it's the guilt of whatever making money, the guilt of what I should be charging the guilt of, you know, I feel like it should be in with my team and working all the time with them. Or, you know, it's just this idea of this guilt is a motion that isn't a rational emotion. Right. It's an irrational emotion. And that kind of leads us to making some decisions that aren't beneficial for anyone. So, you know, when people say, you know, I, I feel bad about charging and, you know, my, my response back is, you know, what, specifically do you feel bad about? And that's when they kind of stop and it's more of, well, why don't really know, like, they don't know why they feel bad. It's almost like a default mechanism. Right? It's just, it's if you say you feel bad, it's, I kind of refer to it almost like I feel bad. So I'm a good person. Like if I feel bad about charging people, I'm a good person. Now you and I would do a reframe on that. If I don't to charge you, then you don't get to experience my services in a way that you get to pay and feel the value of what I deliver, like that reframe all of a sudden changes the whole relationship. But we don't look at it from that way, a lot of times, I mean, obviously, if we really wanted to become multimillionaires, we probably wouldn't have gone into physical therapy. So we would be, you know, right down the street from in Wall Street. So, you know, many of us do have this idea that helping people and doing good in the world somehow means we shouldn't make money or can't make money. I mean, there's some deep money blocks that that are going on there. And I think that's what interferes, when we try to determine how much do we charge for our services? Unknown Speaker 5:50 Mm hmm. Yeah. 100%. And, you know, I think early on in my career, I had those feelings of like, wow, I don't know, I don't feel right about this. And then, and then you realize you have that mind shift of like, well, wait a second. If I am not charging appropriately, to keep my doors open, then I'm doing a disservice to my community, because I can't reach the people I need to reach. Unknown Speaker 6:20 Yeah, I mean, I say this all the time. It's, you don't, you don't strengthen the weak by weakening the strong, we are the strong, the business owner is the strong, we're the one that's taking this risk. We're the ones that is, you know, trying to create this vision is something that we want to do and help other people. And yet, we're the ones that work more hours than anybody in our business. Typically, if you add up the hours, you work by what you pay yourself, you're making less than your therapists that you're that you're paying. And you're stressed out, it affects your relationships at home, it's like you give your best to the people that you work with. And you give whatever energy is leftover to the people that you love and that are at home. Right, the whole model screwed up. And it has a lot to do with kind of kind of going back to either our childhoods or what schools kind of teaching us or whatever our influences are, that is screwing us up when we go into this business of physical therapy. Unknown Speaker 7:24 Right, right. Because, for me, what was the biggest aha moment or a change in mindset, if you will, is going from being a physical therapist who happens to own a business, to being a business owner, who happens to be a physical therapist. So once you're in that business owner mindset, you need to keep your doors open, you need to know what you need to make to turn a profit to gosh, I mean, at least pay your bills, right. But you should want to pay your bills and turn a profit. So you know, when it so let's talk about when it comes to pricing. Is there a formula? Is there something that people can look at or can plug and play? That gives them a better idea on what they can charge? Unknown Speaker 8:18 Yes. So I like to share a little story with you. Um, New York has some beautiful hotels, right? What's What's the nicest hotel you know, of in New York? What's the peninsula? Unknown Speaker 8:33 Peninsula, you're like, I don't know. flippin insula. Unknown Speaker 8:36 I don't know. Okay, the peninsula. Pretty Unknown Speaker 8:38 nice place, right? Right charges. Who knows how much per night but it's not. It's not like 150 bucks. And then there's the opposite end of the peninsula, there's probably, you know, maybe a red roof or something floating around there, maybe a small little Fairfield inn or whatever the case is. Right now, the peninsula probably does pretty well. And I know the Red Roof Inn, they do pretty well as it also. So these are two hotels. These hotels have to make a decision about what is your avatar? What are you about? What do you stand for? And if the peninsula thinks that they're trying to be a red roof in and do some of the things that the Red Roof Inn does, then you as someone that loves peninsula will be turned off. And of course, if the Red Roof Inn starts charging $20 for water in the room, which I imagined the peninsula will do minimum, then you're going to turn off that ideal client. So it is not about what you charge, you first have to answer the question, Who is the audience you're trying to track? And even before you answer that, you have to go in too, what are you about? Where do you put yourself from the peninsula, the high end, Four Seasons Hotel even higher, and the Red Roof Inn, because it isn't bad and isn't good. They're just very different in how they identify their avatar, and how they deliver deliver services and how they market and how they deliver the experience of the Avatar, they both have an avatar, and they both do financially very well. That's where we have to begin, we have to begin with identifying well are we going to be more of a place that might be, hey, we're a little bit more of a volume business, we accept insurance, we're only getting paid 50 bucks a pop, we got to see three people an hour, we do pretty good service, the beds are clean, the pillows work, you know, we keep the place clean, we keep the lights nice, but it is it's like you're going to stay the night and it does the job. Versus Are you going to be a high end boutique, high touch kind of place, you're going to do things that most places don't, you're gonna get that call, the person is going to have your cell number they're going to reach out to it's just a different experience. Each of those places has to charge a different amount they have to write this is really an exercise on clarity. This is an exercise on you looking in the mirror and saying what is this place about? And you have to be honest, because if you're like, well, we deliver the greatest care in New York and where the best work, okay, then that means you have to align your business to demonstrate that don't say you're the greatest, and you got a leak in the ceiling. Your carpet hasn't been changed in 20 years. Right? You know, you got some water fountains sitting outside. One of my one of my clients, he's in Brooklyn, he, you know, we did this exercise years ago, and I said, Lou, what are you about, and he goes on Equinox, I go, um, hi. And he does PT he does ot he does, you know, a little bit of rehab stuff. And by golly, you walk into his place, it is high. And that is his whole way of doing things from the towels he gives in the bottle of water in the art, everything is for that person that appreciates that. And yes, many of his non insurance prices reflect that. So that's, that's where you have to start, you have to determine where you are on that spectrum, let's say make it easy. Let's just say it's one to five. All right, the wine is solid, nice. Probably a little more volume ish, lower price, the high end Peninsula, that's where you have to start. Unknown Speaker 13:06 Yeah. And that's when I sort of started my business, I sort of coined the phrase like a concierge practice, because I patterned my business after a high end concierge is like at the peninsula, or at the Four Seasons, or at the, I don't know, the Andaz or something like that, right, these very high end, hotel chains that go above and beyond, you know, they go the extra mile. And so that's how I created my practice and what my practice is, you know, we're all about excellence in every sense of the word. Unknown Speaker 13:47 And if you said that to me, and I'm like, Oh, my God, that's great. I love that because I'm status, right? Yeah. When someone tells me the peninsula, it's not because the beds are really that much better. They probably are. But it's not because of that. Let's face it, Seth Godin talks about this all the time, it's connecting with status on a certain status. Now, if you said, I'm the greatest, and you told me you charge $75 a visit, I wouldn't go to you, right? Because that's not enough. I need to be connected with the best, right? Let's face it, the best usually has the biggest price tag. That's why Mercedes, that's why BMW are a different level than some of the other car companies, right. That's what people expect, even if they pay a lower amount, because they started bringing their prices down to fit a different type of it still has that element of oh, I drive a Mercedes. Unknown Speaker 14:43 Right. And I think it also comes down to you know, you're looking at that word luxury. Right. So I and I often wonder, I do I think physical therapy is a luxury item. I don't I mean it Well, it could be, but I do think physical therapy should be accessible to everyone. But why can't you be accessible and be luxury at the same time? Unknown Speaker 15:11 Well, that's interesting. So you're going to start now moving towards a little bit of the heartstrings that you and I have talked about many, many times. This is where people get into trouble, right? I'm working with a client right now. And he's coming out of a really bad situation for the last couple of years, because he made a decision and impulsive financial decision to accept Medicaid, his businesses, typical outpatient, ortho, you know, one of those types of places, whenever be a half hour type of thing. And he did this because he said, Oh, my God, there's nobody doing Medicaid. The money's not too bad. And we don't even have to mark it, we can get a million people. Well, what he failed to really go through is realize that this population didn't align with everything else that he's doing. It was a completely separate population. It doesn't mean he couldn't have them in, but it was just mixing everything up. almost cost him his business. So he realized, oh, yeah, it was it was seven figures, it was costing him. So he realized, Oh, my God, this is a disaster. Now, he said, like you said, I wanted to try to help and serve more people. So I can help them serve more people. It was easy to generate a referrals. And we can see the population. But the population that came in the type of services that were delivered, the type of culture, not bad or good, it was just very different. What they had, so it caused a lot of internal strife. And of course, the amount of work it took to actually get paid from the government. Unknown Speaker 16:56 Right, right. Yeah. Unknown Speaker 16:59 So when you start doing things out of alignment, just like our spine, when your spine is out of alignment, it starts to create a problem, it starts to break down. So this this a question about what should I charge? The question is, what are you about? What do you believe in? And then you start to do research, not comparing yourself what someone else is charging. You do research around? I'm similar to Karen. I feel like I'm that place. What is Karen charge? She charges 250 a visit? What is someone else? HR 300. This purchase this person charges? Two. So now, you know, anywhere from two to 300 is in that world? Unknown Speaker 17:42 Yeah, you're in the right ballpark, Unknown Speaker 17:44 you're in the right ballpark. Now that number can be I don't know, I mean, people that say, Well, I charge 125 of this, like, Okay, the first question is, is that number going to get you what you want? And that's a hard question to ask, right? Why would you want to make? Well, I want to make 200,000 I go, Well, 125 an hour is not gonna get you there. I don't care where you live. Right. Right, right. These are really difficult questions that we have to answer. But the idea is, value is not about. It's not about the techniques. It's not about all that stuff. You're learning all that stuff that our profession sells us, you got to learn more about this stuff, you got to have the fancy technique. It's not about that values, really about the big result. You help people plus the benefits that you add the result or the outcome, and the ancillary benefits. That's ultimately what we're selling, all of us are selling. And if you do this exercise, right, you really start looking at Karen, well, what is the big result that we're giving people? Yes, we're getting them out of pain. But what are they getting back to? They're getting back to running, they're getting back to work. They're getting back to living their life in full. You tell me what that's worth. Because if you dig down deep enough, guess what it's worth? It's priceless. Right? If you truly think about what we do, it's priceless. Because of our health because we only have one body. And you know, if you don't feel good, it's just a miserable, miserable way. So if the value that we provide is really priceless. Then we're just using the the hotel model to figure out where we want to be. And then we align our business and we align everything else we're doing in that way. Right the alignment that's the biggest issue. Because we all say we want to be the boutique, especially the cash base programs, we want to be boutique but our heartstrings, in the way we run our business is the red roof in one's not bad ones not good. It just doesn't aligned. And that creates stress. Unknown Speaker 20:10 Right, right. Yeah. So I think if, as when you're thinking about pricing, and correct me if I'm wrong here, but I think you want to look at quality, like, what is the quality of the product you're delivering? What kind of experience and reward are you creating for your patients? Is it through like a controlled sort of channel? Or is it chaos? That makes a big difference? Nobody wants chaos. And then finally, is it a personalized service? Or is it cookie cutter? And I think you have to think about all of those things before, as you're thinking about your pricing. Don't you think? Unknown Speaker 20:56 I'll push back a little bit on that? Yeah. I've never met anyone that told me they had a cookie cutter practice, ever. We everyone knows people. But when you look at yourself, right, says they have a cookie cutter practice. Right. Right. So you know, you said you said something about experience. I'll push back on that. I don't really care how much you know, I know. I Unknown Speaker 21:22 don't I don't mean, my experience. I mean, greens for the patient. Oh, their experience? Yeah. Have creating a good experience for your customer? I've heard that before. Yeah, that's my experience. No, no, no, Unknown Speaker 21:36 I got 10 years and 20 years. I'm like, No, it's the value you provide? Unknown Speaker 21:41 Yeah, no, I mean, the, like the patient experience, I should have been more specific the experience that you provide for for them? Unknown Speaker 21:50 Exactly. I mean, you know, look, if you're providing if you feel you're providing a higher service, and part of that higher service is creating an experience that really meets people where they are and meets their physical needs, their emotional needs, and all these other needs that they have, then you need to price it appropriately. So you need to look at other places that do something similar, and get an idea of where you should be. Right. I can tell you right now, nobody does that. What they do is they just pick a number out of the hat based on their internal guilt system. Am I feel okay with this number, or if I feel too guilty with it, it's a completely irrational system. And that's how they do because I've seen people people come in our program, and I go, how much you charge? And I like 121 30. I'm like, is that what you're worth? They're like, No, I'm worth 180. I go in charge 180. They're like, really? I can do that. I'm like, Sure can. And then you start getting into, well, what if they say no, what? Every single time very few people ever lead, they just gave himself a massive raise. And now they feel better about the services are providing, right? Let's face it, I guarantee when you were a little younger, as a therapist, you charge less, there's a slight little resentment, I care and just a slight, just a little resentment, like, I'm so freaking good at what I'm doing. And I'm only charging this amount. I know with me there was because I spent a fortune on my education, continuing it hours upon hours learning to get paid the worst paying insurance that I accept it. Right. I mean, it's it's a tough thing. But you need to really look at, you know, a great exercise I like to do is what are the benefits your service or program provides? Like, if you're trying to figure out what are the benefits? What is what is the model? Like, what is the treatment model? We refer to it as the business model. You know, this is the revenue you make for the program or for the service. And then what does the market charge for a similar thing? Now I know people listening will be like, well, no one does it quite like me. No one will ever do it quite like you. But let's face it, there's other people that do something similar to the outside public. It may not be similar to you, but if you're looking outside, it's similar. That will give you an idea of where where you can play, whether you get the high end, the middle end or the low end, not service or anything, just the lower end of what you're going to build for the services. And typically, like you said before, the lower end you charge, you're going to have to do more volume. I just did a masterclass and financial unit We're talking about this yoga program around financials and financial statements and how to look at what's a profitable model. And I like to use the three times model, meaning whatever you charge, per, whatever you charge, whatever you make per hour, has to be three times of what you're paying the person to deliver it. So if you're paying someone $50 an hour, that person has to generate at least $150 an hour. If not, there's not enough money for profit, and for overhead, and salaries and labor costs and all that. So that three times model was always a good model, you can use that really easily in the cash base model, right? Because typically, in a cash base model, you're literally just paying because a lot of cash base is an hour. But hey, if you're paying the person $50 an hour, you can charge less than 150. That makes it really easy to figure out. But I know your model, you're like, I'm not doing three times my models five times, even better. And as long as people are willing to pay it, and you feel good, and they feel good. This is more of a mind a mindset. What do you value, your own services. And the challenge we all have Karen is, once we learn all this stuff, once we go through all the heartache, once we go through all that stuff, all the money and everything, we typically forget about how much we put into doing this. And we only look forward, we only look at other people that we think are better than us. And they know more, and who am I to charge more, they don't even charge that much. When we get into that whole world. And that's tough. We need to to charge appropriately for not what we do, the benefits that we provide. Right? Right. That's what we're billing out. We build out outcomes benefits results. Unknown Speaker 27:02 100%? And how do you? What do you advise people to? Or how do you advise people sorry, to? To express that, to whether that be on their website? Or when they're talking to a patient on a sales call? How do they express what they do for them? So what those outcomes would be? Because in the end, everyone's always like, How much is it? Which is normal? Like if people are coming for your services, they should know how much it is right? So how do you so now we're getting Unknown Speaker 27:41 into the sales conversation? Well, you know, my favorite topics. Yeah. Unknown Speaker 27:48 It's up to you how deep of a dive you want to go on this. Unknown Speaker 27:51 But I love I love the sales conversation because it can be really, really simple. Right? I don't have a complicated sales process. I had three calls today. They're the most genuine, authentic just conversation, here's the thing. Step one, identify where the person is, what trouble what pain, what difficulty, are there have it step one be? What are those? What are the problems that they're having? How are they affecting their lives? So in our world, in the marketing world, it's called pain points. What are their pain points. This is not just physical pain points. These are emotional pain points. It could be spiritual pain points, it could be financial pain points, think about financial pain points for a second. So you're working with someone, and you're helping them potentially to avoid a $35,000 back surgery. So there's huge benefits to this, right, you're also potentially avoiding them because they don't want to take medication. So they're now not going to be hooked on oxy. So what's the benefits of that? What's the results of that? So you always start with where people are, have the problem that they're having. So we call them you start in the pain. And then you transition to their desires, their aspirations, their wants, what do they want? And I've had people say to me, well, Jamie, of course, they want to be out of pain. I go, No, they want more than that. Getting out of pain is one part of it. But to do what, like I've had chronic back pain for 30 years. Now when my back pain flares up. First of all, I'll write a check. I don't care how big 100% Right Second of all, what I want is not to get out of pain, necessarily. I want to go back and play basketball. Now of course, it's a hell of a lot easier to play if I'm not in severe pain. Now the question was, or the question is, so what is it about basketball? Well, it's social. It's physical. I stay in shape. I stay connected with my friends. What happens if you can't play basketball? Well, frankly, I'll get a little depressed. I'll just be a slob. I you know, a walk around the neighborhood but that's I'd like to talk smack with my buddies. So you get people into this emotional place of where you are now. And where they want to be where they want to be. The only thing that you need to provide, besides a sense of trust, which is, what's the biggest thing you provide, is you're providing a bridge from what I like to refer to as the House of Pain. Because I like to house the pain. Sure, jump around to play. Yeah, Unknown Speaker 30:30 of course, that was that was House of Pain, right? jump around, Unknown Speaker 30:33 I know you you got the House of Pain, to Pleasure Island, are going from pain to pleasure. The thing that gets us there, the bridge that gets us from pain to pleasure. That's what you provide. Now, if they want to know the specifics of what you do, then you can share the specifics you could share Well, step one, we do an intake evaluation, and we go through ABC, step two, we determine what's going on step three, we turn the player of the plan, step four, we get you better. So 1234, that's our plan. So because when I trust you caring, if I trust you, I don't need to know every little thing that you're going to do. I really don't care. All I care about is can you help me get what I want? And get me out of this place that I'm at right now. This is the, quote, sales conversation. I have. I mean, I tell people what the sales conversation because people think this is like some bait and switch, some coercive, the best sales conversation in the world are the ones that are most authentic, most genuine, and you actually care and you want to understand where they are. And you want to understand where they want to go. And you have confidence in what you do. If you don't have confidence. You show up weak weaknesses in something people trust, and you show up. I don't know if you're gonna be they really helped me. So if I asked you well, how much do you charge? Well, I don't I mean, kind of I mean, is 100 too much? I mean, I mean, I'll see you a couple of visits, like, you start almost apologizing, right? I've done it. Unknown Speaker 32:21 I've done it. I've done it a million times. 100. Yeah, absolutely. Unknown Speaker 32:26 But I've gotten over my emotion towards money, because that was my issues. And now it's just very clear. Well, here's what the program is, here's what we do, here's how much it costs. Hey, whatever, you know, credit card, check, whatever worried. And, yeah, I mean, this, this is where, you know, when we do an exercise around sales, you come out of this, not thinking twice about it. But we have to appreciate the fact that we went into physical therapy, we do have some money issues, we do have some guilt issues. But we can address those, because those aren't helping us get create the life that we want. And that's not going to serve the people we want to serve. And that's not going to attract the people that want to work for us either. Right? Because your staff, as much as we like to say, well, the generation, whatever generation we're on Z, Y, whatever, they don't want to work, they don't want to do anything they don't want to nobody wants to work for a boss who's broke. Because you know, why selfishly speaking? Karen, if you're broke, that means my job's unstable. My security is unstable, right? I want you to do well. So it's not that I don't want you to do well. But let's face it, it's it's it's expensive out there. And I want to make sure that I'm secure. So most of the people that bitch and complain about the people out there, they volunteer about his money. Well, the problem is, why can't you afford to pay them? And it's because you're not running an efficient business. Because of some of the things we talked about. Your services aren't priced correctly, you don't know actually how to position and sell your services. But those are skills. Those are skills you can learn there's nothing magic about it. Unknown Speaker 34:15 Right. And you can practice those skills. Absolutely. You have Unknown Speaker 34:19 to practice Yeah, well, how many when I worked with my, one of my first coaches in this business and in the coaching and training business on my nine years ago, he had me do this extra because he I had so much damn money stuff in my head. He goes, what what's the most you've ever sold in a program is like $500 Like, okay, so you're gonna charge $5,000 for your upcoming 90 Day Program. This This was the first thing I sold. I didn't sell a $97 program or $7 The first thing I was selling despite that I was sweating. And I go what do I say because you say exactly this. You ask them about this, you ask smell that. And then you say, here's what the price is, and you shut up. And I was scared I was sweating up for people said, Yes, I made more money in that thing. And they ended up being clients for a long time. Right? So what he had me do here was the exercise. He goes, I want you to practice doing the sales on your phone. And then I want you to send it to me. I'll give you some feedback. You do it again. So I practice 10 times. give me feedback. I practice 10 more, I knew the sales close. Right? Hey, so what are your thing? All right. So this, what do you that? So I kind of practice that, that thing. And by the end, I'm not saying I still didn't have some issues and butterflies when I said it, but it was a lot less emotional for me. And, of course, the people came on and they they loved it, they did well. So this is what we get to do we get to increase our skill levels and capabilities by practicing for sure. Unknown Speaker 36:06 Right, right. And and it's okay to not be perfect right out of the gate. Unknown Speaker 36:12 You're not going to be perfect, you're gonna screw this up, of course, you're gonna mess it up. And you know what, they're still going to pay you. Unknown Speaker 36:20 That's right. That's right. Unknown Speaker 36:22 Another mentor of mine told me always get paid for r&d. And everything's r&d. In other words, everything we're doing, we're just practicing, right, we're gonna practice this, you might as well practice it on people that can write new checks and come in as, as a patient. So, lean into the fear, lean into the worry, practice the the conversation and all that figure out where your price point is, and be confident people, people will pay for the results. Now, that's not your population. If your population is $125 a visit, that's fine, that's fine. People will pay for the results. That's right, you get to choose where your thing is, the only advice I would give you is just make sure you're at that three times multiple, do not charge and we're not talking about you because nobody pays themselves. We're talking about if you are someone if you're just a solopreneur. If you are someone to deliver services, just make sure what you're charging is three times what you pay them. If not, you're gonna you're gonna buck up on some on some issues there. Unknown Speaker 37:38 Right, right. And I think that's really good advice, and kind of a one. One have a really good solid takeaway from our conversation. Are there any other takeaways that you want the audience to remember? Unknown Speaker 37:54 Decide whether you're the peninsula or the red roof. Look for the people in that level of your market. Look at where they are and what their services are, and charge and price accordingly. Absolutely, Unknown Speaker 38:11 yeah. Yeah. I couldn't agree more great advice. Did we miss anything in our conversation? I feel like we hit a lot of really solid points. Was there anything that you were like I really wanted to get this point in? And we didn't hit it? Unknown Speaker 38:26 No, I don't think so. I mean, you know, you and I have lots of conversations around this. wish this was more complicated. It's not. It's not complicated. We make Unknown Speaker 38:38 it complicated. Unknown Speaker 38:39 I don't want to make it more complicated. Because I'm really good at doing that. I don't want to make this complicated. By giving all this other stuff. Here's the biggest problem we have with this. It's not that we're great at delivering what we do. The problem is we have our own internal issues around money around pricing around guilt. That's the part we have to address. No amount of fancy strategy, this subnet is going to change that. So the thing I gave you with the hotels with the this and that, it gives you an idea where you feel comfortable, make sure it's three times what you would have to pay someone to do it and try it. See they'll thank you. They'll thank you for doing that because your issues your own stuff is all in your head. So the only way you can address it is by addressing it so you don't need any more fancy stuff. It's just figure out where you are who you are. Charge it and go get Unknown Speaker 39:43 it right kiss keep keep it simple, stupid, right? Unknown Speaker 39:47 Keep it simple. Unknown Speaker 39:48 Keep it simple. absolute love it now. I know you know this question. So what advice would you give to your younger self? You've given plenty of advice here to your younger self, and I feel like it's a never end Doing well, sources. So give us another one. Unknown Speaker 40:03 What advice would I give to my younger self? Um, I probably I would have, I would have gotten help from an outside source sooner. Unknown Speaker 40:19 I love it. I just said that the other day, I think that's great advice. Unknown Speaker 40:23 You and I, you and I have a value system very similar when it comes to learning. You and I are lifetime learners. Mm hmm. And I wasn't always like this, I learned in my profession. But when it came to the business of physical therapy, I did not invest one 100 of what I invest in my, you know, manual skills and stuff, I, I wouldn't, I wouldn't, I would buy a book. And my younger self, I would have invested much more in my business acumen, I would have hired a coach, I would have went through the uncomfortableness of writing a check to my coach, which I eventually did. But then on the other side of that, you know, you get so much back of that, because you have to go through the fire, all of us have to go to the fire, even the overnight successes, which there's no such thing goes through the fire. So I would have gone through the fire sooner so I could get on the other side instead of through the torment that I did for for pretty much nine years. Unknown Speaker 41:27 Right? Right. I couldn't agree more. And now where can people find you? And what is your free gift for the listeners? Because I know there is one here. So they can you can follow me quiz. Ah, your PT practice quiz. Unknown Speaker 41:46 Yeah, I mean, look, the first thing you want to do is really understand kind of where you are in your business, you might think you understand where you are. But this this, this pte practice quiz and I have asked you questions that you're not asking yourself. So there's it only takes about five minutes to do it gives you a score kind of rates you where you are in your business, and then I provide resources to help you overcome those challenges that you're having. Because business really comes for most of us, you're really in three different areas of your business, you're in a Stage One Business stage two, stage three. And really what that means is where your income is your your total revenue, whether it's zero to 400,000 400,000 to a million or million to 3 million, that's where 90% of all of us are. So this quiz kind of will ask you some questions and really kind of teach you a lot about your business. So that's definitely something that I would highly recommend taking you want to reach me you know, best way to do is just follow me on LinkedIn. You know at Jamie Schreier. You can reach out for my you know, shoot me an email if you want to shoot me an email Jamie at practice freedom you. I'm all over the place. I'm like you, Karen. I'm all over social media. I tried to get myself out there and try to deliver good, good resources for people to try to help them. Unknown Speaker 43:07 Cool and I'll just remind people of the website it's practice freedom you the letter u.com Unknown Speaker 43:14 Yeah, practice u.com And then yeah, there's there's a quiz right there or you can leave the link to the quiz. Unknown Speaker 43:20 Yes, everything will all of Jamie's information will be at the podcast, website at podcast at healthy wealthy smart.com. In the show notes under this episode, one click will take you to anywhere you want to go. Jamie Schreier related. So I think that's pretty good, right. That's great. Great. So Jamie, thank you so much for coming on. Again, as always a great conversation. I really appreciate you. So thank you so much. Thank you, Karen. And everyone. Thanks so much for listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.
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In this podcast, you'll learn how to buy houses using creative financing.GET PAID $10,000 to find deals for Jerryhttps://flippingmastery.com/10kpodThis podcast was originally released on YouTube. Check out Jerry Norton's YouTube channel, with over 1000 videos on all things wholesaling and flipping! https://www.youtube.com/c/FlippingMasteryTVAbout Jerry Norton Jerry Norton went from digging holes for minimum wage in his mid 20's to becoming a millionaire by the age of 30. Today he's the nation's leading expert on flipping houses and has taught thousands of people how to live their dream lifestyle through real estate. **NOTE: To Download any of Jerry's FREE training, tools, or resources… Click on the link provided and enter your email. The download is automatically emailed to you. If you don't see it, check your junk/spam folder, in case your email provider put it there. If you still don't see it, contact our support at: email@example.com or (888) 958-3028. Wholesaling & House Flipping Software: https://flippingmastery.com/flipsterpodMake $10,000 Finding Deals: https://flippingmastery.com/10kpodGet 100% funding for your deals!https://flippingmastery.com/fspodMentoring Program:https://flippingmastery.com/ftpodFREE 8 Week Training Program https://flippingmastery.com/8wpodGet Paid $8700 To Find Vacant Lots For Jerry:https://flippingmastery.com/lfpodFREE 30 Day Quickstart Kithttps://flippingmastery.com/qkpodFREE Virtual Wholesaling Kit:https://flippingmastery.com/vfpodFREE On-Market Deal Finder Tool:https://flippingmastery.com/dcpodFREE Wholesaler Contracts:https://flippingmastery.com/wcpodFREE Comp Tool:https://flippingmastery.com/compodFREE Funding Kit: https://flippingmastery.com/fkpodFREE Agent Offer Sheet & Scripts: https://flippingmastery.com/aspodFREE Cash Buyer Scripts:https://flippingmastery.com/cbspodFREE Best Selling Wholesaling Ebook:https://flippingmastery.com/ebookpodFREE Best Selling Fix and Flip Ebook:https://flippingmastery.com/ebpod FREE Rehab Checklist:https://flippingmastery.com/rehabpod LET'S CONNECT! FACEBOOK http://www.Facebook.com/flippingmastery INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/flippingmastery
These days safety, security, and ID protection are paramount to everyone. That becomes even more important when booking the properties you've worked so hard to create or when you're in charge of someone else's investment.Risk management has become vitally important in the short-term rental industry.Leo Walton is the Co-Founder of Superhog, a company that enables a growing ecosystem of hosts, operators, and guests a safer booking experience. By providing a tech-based AI-supported toolkit, Superhog increases booking confidence by quickly confirming the identity of guests, protecting against fraud, damage, and crime, and providing unmatched protection in the STR industry.On this edition of Get Paid for Your Pad, I talk with Leo about why it's vital to screen your guests and the quick and straightforward guardrails STR hosts can put into place in the booking process to establish risk management for both hosts and guests.We discuss the types of protection Superhog provides, how the process works for hosts and guests, and how they compile the risk score.Listen in as he shares the critical elements of risk management needed in today's STR climate, and the protection option that 85% of guests prefer that improves the guest experience and garners more reviews. Plus, a special offer from Superhog just for Get Paid For Your Pad listeners.Topics CoveredHow to take charge of your own risk management strategiesThe most basic risk management solutions you need to put in place immediatelyHow Superhog pulls key data points together to compile a risk score, eliminate risks (and fraud)The three pieces of protection offered by SuperhogThe most critical component of risk managementHow to become your own insurance companyThe protection option that 85% of guests prefer that improves the guest experience while garners more reviewsThe most important component of risk managementHow to put a risk management strategy in place that works for you and your short-term rental businessThe best way to make a questionable booking safer during the check-in processSuperhog is offering 3 months free as an exclusive offer for Get Paid For Your Pad podcast listeners; go to: getpaidforyourpad.com/superhog Connect with LeoSuperhogSuperhog on LinkedInResourcesExclusive Offer: 3 Free Months of SuperhogThe Book Direct BlueprintGet Paid For Your Pad on YouTubeGet Paid for Your Pad Email ListSubscribe to GPFYP on Apple PodcastsSTR Profit AcademyOvernight SuccessEmail firstname.lastname@example.orgSponsored ByLegends X STR Accelerator Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The internet is vast, with more and more social channels popping up and more people jumping into the short-term rental space. Getting the right eyes on your Airbnb properties for more bookings can take time and effort. So how can you get your properties to stand out in the field? By becoming the #1 expert in your market. Dave Cordner is the owner of Central Belfast Apartments in Ireland. Dave got his start in the Short-Term rental space back in 2007, working with his parents. He purchased his own property in 2014 and has grown to over 60 properties. Dave has become an expert in his market by sharing great content through his blog and videos and coaching others in the short-term rental space. You can find his content on his blog, TikTok, and his YouTube channel. On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Dave joins me to discuss how he's used his passion for Belfast tourism to become the go-to expert in his market. He'll walk us through how providing his guests with a more exciting stay experience garners him better reviews for his properties and more bookings. Listen in as Dave shares the traditional marketing tactics he used when he started in the short-term rental business (before Airbnb was even created), how some of them are making a comeback, and how he's using his video content to be seen on every channel.Topics Covered Dave's story of starting in the STR industry before Airbnb existedThe power of old-school marketing techniques in a social driven marketplaceDave's key advice for gaining credibility in the hospitality industryHow to promote your listings outside of AirbnbThe power of being consistent in content creationHow to use video to stand out from your competitorsThe most important thing for creating good contentThe five-star fundamentals to becoming successful in your STR businessDave's advice for a successful start in your STR journeyConnect with Dave CordnerCentral Belfast ApartmentsDave's YouTube ChannelCentral Belfast Apartments
You can make a lot of money flipping houses especially when you fix and flip. On this podcast I'm going to talk about what to do and also what NOT to do to be successful. GET PAID $10,000 to find deals for Jerryhttps://flippingmastery.com/10kpodThis podcast was originally released on YouTube. Check out Jerry Norton's YouTube channel, with over 1000 videos on all things wholesaling and flipping! https://www.youtube.com/c/FlippingMasteryTVAbout Jerry Norton Jerry Norton went from digging holes for minimum wage in his mid 20's to becoming a millionaire by the age of 30. Today he's the nation's leading expert on flipping houses and has taught thousands of people how to live their dream lifestyle through real estate. **NOTE: To Download any of Jerry's FREE training, tools, or resources… Click on the link provided and enter your email. The download is automatically emailed to you. If you don't see it, check your junk/spam folder, in case your email provider put it there. If you still don't see it, contact our support at: email@example.com or (888) 958-3028. Wholesaling & House Flipping Software: https://flippingmastery.com/flipsterpodMake $10,000 Finding Deals: https://flippingmastery.com/10kpodGet 100% funding for your deals!https://flippingmastery.com/fspodMentoring Program:https://flippingmastery.com/ftpodFREE 8 Week Training Program https://flippingmastery.com/8wpodGet Paid $8700 To Find Vacant Lots For Jerry:https://flippingmastery.com/lfpodFREE 30 Day Quickstart Kithttps://flippingmastery.com/qkpodFREE Virtual Wholesaling Kit:https://flippingmastery.com/vfpodFREE On-Market Deal Finder Tool:https://flippingmastery.com/dcpodFREE Wholesaler Contracts:https://flippingmastery.com/wcpodFREE Comp Tool:https://flippingmastery.com/compodFREE Funding Kit: https://flippingmastery.com/fkpodFREE Agent Offer Sheet & Scripts: https://flippingmastery.com/aspodFREE Cash Buyer Scripts:https://flippingmastery.com/cbspodFREE Best Selling Wholesaling Ebook:https://flippingmastery.com/ebookpodFREE Best Selling Fix and Flip Ebook:https://flippingmastery.com/ebpod FREE Rehab Checklist:https://flippingmastery.com/rehabpod LET'S CONNECT! FACEBOOK http://www.Facebook.com/flippingmastery INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/flippingmastery
Oftentimes we confuse our actual working hours for productivity. As a fitness coach, we get paid for the result. Whether it takes you 12 hours to help a client or 1 hour to help a client, if they are achieving their goals as a result of your guidance, then you're serving your role and providing the value they desire. Tune in as Jon & Marc discuss how to make sure you're not just being busy for the sake of being busy, and how to not get trapped into feeling guilty for not working all the time. Enjoy!
Ross Cady is a territory manager for Corteva Agriscience in South Central Minnesota. Ross first appeared on the Off-Farm Income Podcast 7.5 years ago in 2015 on episode #27. He was one of the first ever FFA students featured on the show. Since then he completed high school, was an Illinois State Star Finalist, graduated from Iowa State University and found the job that he had always been imagining with Corteva Agriscience. In today's episode Ross and I catch up on 7.5 years of life, we discuss the four internships he did during college and how they helped shape him, and we discuss how he identified the career position he wanted and then reverse engineered the pathway to obtaining that job - which he did!
NFL Week 11 is here, can you believe it? We love some of the matchups this week. Sean sees this as a week that we'll have many underdogs win outright, so when you can get some points thrown in there, then why not feast and make a few bucks? It's not only going to be for the underdogs though – Buffalo should spring back. Philadelphia should get a win on the road, but can they cover clsoe to a touchdown? Tune in to find out! Make some bets and Get Paid!
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Monetizing your podcast is always they goal, but how do you get there? Well I asked Brad Burke how he gets sponsorships for a major radio station in Los Angeles and he gave me some great advice that I'm so happy to say worked! So take a listen and let me know how your sponsorship journey is going in the comments. Ready to #droptheish and become an entrepreneur? Watch Entrepreneur-ish every Monday Entrepreneur-ish is an autobiographical podcast about me, (Ellie) attempting to start a successful business. I discuss the life lessons I learned on my journey and interview successful entrepreneurs for advice. If you wanna see what it really looks like to become an entrepreneur subscribe to watch my journey. New episodes every Monday! Follow us on social media: https://linktr.ee/entrepreneurish --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/entrepreneurish/support
There are advantages to hosting corporate travelers in your short-term rentals. You get high-quality guests. You can offer a number of upsells. And capitalize on referrals and repeat business. But you may have to level up your game in order to attract these high-paying corporate clients. So, what amenities do you need to offer business travelers? What level of service do they expect? And how do you market your Airbnbs to the corporate travel niche? Robertin Nunez is the STR corporate travel specialist behind LivingQuarters.net, a platform that connects short-term rental hosts with business travelers. With headquarters in Philadelphia and Miami, Robertin owns 100 in-house units and operates 3,200 listings in 12 cities around the world. On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Robertin joins me to explore what Airbnb hosts can do to attract business travelers and explain how to build relationships with the corporate departments that book travel for employees. Robertin describes creative ways to identify the business travelers who visit your market and discusses why old school marketing tactics (like fliers and phone calls) are so powerful right now. Listen in for Robertin's insight on using OTAs to fill in occupancy gaps and learn how to fill your Airbnbs with high-paying corporate travelers! Topics CoveredWhat inspired Robertin to choose a niche in corporate travelHow corporate travel is rebounding in the aftermath of COVIDWhat Airbnb hosts can do to attract business travelersBuilding relationships with corporate departments that book travel for employeesCreative ways to identify the business travelers who visit your marketWhy old school marketing tactics are so powerful right nowThe advantages of being in the corporate travel nicheHow Robertin uses OTAs to fill in occupancy gaps for his listingsLeveling up your STR game to attract high-paying corporate clientsRobertin's insight on using data to make good business decisionsResources Co Host ExpertEmail firstname.lastname@example.orgRobertin on GPFYP EP368Furnished FinderSmall Business AdministrationThe Book Direct Playbook: Say Goodbye to OTAs with Proven Marketing Tactics to Boost Direct Bookings by Mark SimpsonElizabeth Soley at Jacob Street PartnersChanges to the Airbnb AlgorithmEmail email@example.com Sponsor Legends X Short-Term Rental Accelerator Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our guest today is a true A-List Copywriter. Doug D'Anna has written for just about about any major direct mail publisher you can think of. His client list includes Agora, Boardroom, Forbes, Prevention Health Books, Personal Finance, and dozens of other big-ticket clients. Like just about every other copywriters starting out, Doug was severely underpaid for his work at first. He turned that around on a project that earned him one-quarter million dollars in royalties about 30 years ago. He kept on going from there, and he'll tell us all about that today. What does it take to bring in the big bucks in copywriting? Doug has figured it out. He's also discovered how to get some pretty impressive public endorsements, like this one from legendary copywriter Gary Bencivenga: “Writers who can consistently create powerful direct marketing campaigns are as rare as trumpeter swans. I know of only about six in the entire country. Doug D'Anna is on that short list of star writers I never hesitate to recommend.” Today, Doug has agreed to share with you vitally important information about how to get paid what you are worth, which, as you can see by now, he made a lot of effort to learn and profit from himself. I also have some vitally important information for you: Copy is powerful. You're responsible for how you use what you hear on this podcast. Most of the time, common sense is all you need. But if you make extreme claims... and/or if you're writing copy for offers in highly regulated industries like health, finance, and business opportunity... you may want to get a legal review after you write and before you start using your copy. My larger clients do this all the time. Doug took us right back to the beginning, when he was struggling to get paid enough to make copywriting worth his while. It all changed when a man named Richard Stanton-Jones at Phillips Publishing hired Doug to write a promotion for a publication called Retirement Letter. Stanton-Jones put a lot of time into working with Doug, and did it ever pay off! Doug's promo got double the response of the current control — and it launched his career. Discovering what he was worth came to Doug in phases. The more he found out, and the more successes he racked up, the more he raised his fees — even once doubling it in a one day! Doug shared some of his best secrets and strategies in this action-packed, value-rich show. He's also offering a $51 discount ($299 instead of $350) to podcast listeners on his powerful home-study course: “How to Sell Yourself as a Copywriter. Just use this link: https://dougdanna.gumroad.com/l/nmufa/DAVIDGDownload.
At this point, I've shared about affiliate marketing, selling on TeachersPayTeachers, freelancing, memberships, subscriptions and sooo much more. In this final episode of the series, I'm tying it all together by sharing how you can get paid (and get some great free stuff!!) by posting strategically on social media. I'm all about working smarter and not harder!! In the Heart of Marketing Academy, I'm going to show you how you can use the same few pieces of content to make money in several different ways. This means doing things like repurposing Reels, turning blog posts into Instagram posts, and getting paid to talk about your favorite things. For hands-on practice with this, be sure to come to the free workshops happening this week at 5pm PST on November 15th and 16th. -------------------- Everyone says there's a recession coming. Some are saying that it's already here. I'm sure you've felt it when getting gas or groceries. I definitely have. ...but imagine how it would feel if things like that didn't scare you. If you have peace of mind knowing you can make more money anytime, without relying on laws, your school, your district, getting a job that keeps you away from home... it's priceless. I'm sharing more about this at my upcoming webinars on November 15th and 16th? See you there? REGISTER FOR THE WEBINARS Tuesday, November 15th - 5pm PST/6pm MST/7pm CST/8pm EST https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrdeihpzouG9JU2kW6v6i6QF1v0kz0KZTU Wednesday, November 16th - 5pm PST/6pm MST/7pm CST/8pm EST https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrdeihpzouG9JU2kW6v6i6QF1v0kz0KZTU -------------------- LINKS TO LOVE Grab my Math Fact Fluency Tracker, Goal Setting Sheets and Multiplication Chart Mini Bundle: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Math-Fact-Fluency-Tracker-and-Multiplication-Chart-for-Times-Table-Practice-7487312?utm_source=LTLM%20Podcast&utm_campaign=Ep%2043%20LTLM Snag a FREE mini-lesson and resource set dealing with equivalent fractions: https://brittanyverlenich.lpages.co/equivalent-fractions-worksheet-examples-video/ Connect with me on Instagram @mathwithminis Join our free Facebook Group for Teachers Doing Differentiated Math https://www.facebook.com/groups/mathwithminis
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On today's Lunch With Norm, we are with Head of Partnerships at Better Proposals, Zakk Williams! We discuss how to build out your perfect business proposal. Today, we take a look at why PDFs suck, what the best practices for writing an effective proposal and what to include in a proposal. Our guest is an accomplished designer, sales strategist and guest speaker in all things digital marketing. He has over 15 years experience in business and brand development. This episode is brought to you by Post Purchase Pro Post Purchase PRO specializes in helping Amazon sellers create more sales, ranking, and reviews through post purchase marketing. Finally your email marketing can be actively managed by professionals with over 30 years experience so you can focus on running your business. Increase repeat purchases, drive better organic search term ranking, get more reviews, and build a real asset. For more information visit https://www.postpurchasepro.com/lunch This episode is brought to you by Startup Club Startup Club is the largest club on Clubhouse supporting the Startup ecosystem. Startup Club offers an exciting sense of belonging to established and aspiring entrepreneurs, startup businesses, and companies wanting to Learn, Connect, and Grow. Join us for conversations with founders, entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, subject matter experts, and more. For More information visit https://Startup.club In this episode, we are joined by Linkedin Influencer and entrepreneur, Cory Sanchez. Today, we learn how to drive millions of impressions to your brand using YouTube and Google Ads. Michael is the Founder of Mojo Global, an entrepreneur, investor, author and breakfast burrito aficionado. This episode is brought to you by Jeff Schick Legal Protect your business from legal threats that could severely disrupt your normal business operations. I designed my monthly retainer plan with the sellers in mind, because I've been in your shoes. For a very low, monthly retainer of $89, Get access to Amazon attorney Jeff Schick. Mention Lunch with Norm and receive 50% off the first 2 months. For more information visit https://jeffschick.com – drive online sales, increase conversions and help build your brand. This episode is brought to you by Clear Ads Clear Ads is a proudly unique Digital Advertising Agency, based in London, that helps Amazon Sellers advertise through Demand Side Platform & Seller/Vendor Central. ClearAds is proud to be a 100% Amazon agency. That means all of their account managers are entirely immersed in Amazon marketing services and Amazon DSP around the clock. They don't dabble in social media and they don't get distracted by content marketing. In fact, they guarantee that you won't find a more knowledgeable Amazon team than the ClearAds crew outside of Amazon itself. For more information visit https://www.clearads.co.uk/ In this episode, Head of Partnerships at Better Proposals, Zakk Williams is on the podcast. Today, set up how to build out your perfect business proposal. Our guest is an accomplished designer, sales strategist and guest speaker in all things digital marketing. This episode is brought to you by Startup Club, Post Purchase Pro, Clear Ads, Jeff Schick Legal and HONU Worldwide.
Today, we revisit a previous episode that's just as valuable now than it was then. In this vault episode, Bennett Winton from Wisetack discusses in-house financing, third-party financing, and simplifying patient payments in your practice.We discuss:The financing innovations that are optimizing the patient experienceThe benefits of offering financing options to both you and your patientsThe truth about third-party financingHow Wisetack gives more power back to the patient while reducing risk and stress on youHow financing options can bring high case acceptanceLearn more about Wisetack at: wisetack.comReach out to Bennett: Bennett.Winton@wisetack.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/bennettwinton/
Dirty Little Secret is when someone calls The Jubal Show with one of their top secrets. No matter how big or dirty the secret is, Jubal Fresh, Alex Fresh and Social Media Producer Christian Gray Snow give the caller an anonymous nickname so no one knows who they are. There is a woman on the phone who wants to tell us her Dirty Little Secret about her and her dogs! So it could be really funny or very useful for anyone who is also in this position!Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow
A construction lien is a right permitted to those in the construction industry who provide materials, services or labor to real property. If one who provides these services or materials are not paid, he or she may be able to force the sale of the property in order to recover their money. Make sure to … + Read More The post How to Get Paid After You Record a Lien appeared first on TheLienZone Podcast.
The guys talk about the many ways to get paid as a contractor. Things have changed over the last handful of years, have you? There are like seventy-eleven ways to get paid for your services, how many are you accepting? Send us a voice message here Send us your feedback or topic ideas over on our social channels!Eric Aune @mechanicalhub Andy Mickelson @mick_plumbCheck out our website: mechanical-hub.com
We talk business a lot here, but believe it or not, but believe it or not shooting well is the KEY to leveling up as a wedding filmmaker. In this episode Jason and Jared dig into some ways that shooting better allows you to tell better stories and some things high end filmmakers are doing withy their cameras that newbies maybe miss out on.
When David Bergmann joined our Legends X program in April 2021, he was a hectic host with 25 units and a dream to quit his full-time job.18 months later, David manages a portfolio of 110 STR units and a neighborhood laundromat!How did David scale his Airbnb business so quickly? And what did he learn along the way?David is Cofounder of Heartwood Furnished Homes, a short-term rental management company out of Columbia, South Carolina.On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, David joins me to explain how a solar eclipse inspired him to become an Airbnb host and why he started managing units for other STR investors.David shares what he's learned about hiring team members before you need them, adjusting systems that aren't working and saying NO to clients who aren't a good fit.Listen in to understand why David bought a laundromat to support his STR business and learn how to save money by washing linens in-house as you scale.Topics CoveredHow a solar eclipse inspired David to become an Airbnb hostHow David and his wife got started managing units for other STR investorsWhy David joined the Legends X program in April 2021The top 3 lessons David learned in the process of growing from 25 to 100+ unitsInvesting in team members before you need them and hiring the right peopleWhat it looks like to adjust systems that aren't working quicklyWhy it's crucial to say NO to clients and guests who aren't a good fitDavid's experience with linens and why he decided to buy a laundromatHow much David is saving by washing linens in-houseWhen an Airbnb business might consider buying a laundromatResourcesHeartwood Furnished HomesEmail firstname.lastname@example.orgLegends XThe One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller and Jay PapasanLoopNetGPFYP on YouTubeGPFYP on InstagramSTR Legends MastermindFREE Airbnb Starter GuideReview GPFYP on Apple Podcasts Email email@example.comSponsorLegends X Short-Term Rental Accelerator Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Jette and I chat about her immigrant background, and how she became the happy career coach; helping people get jobs/build businesses that align with who they are, while earning 2 to 5 times more than their current pay. What?!? Subscribe & Listen here Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1482435677 PodLink: https://pod.link/1482435677 Connect with Jette Stubbs here Socials: www.instagram.com/happycareerformula Podcast: https://www.happycareerformula.com Website: https://www.jettestubbs.com Connect with me: www.immvestor.com Book a call: www.chineduakunne.com (click "Chat with Chin") Share your questions & success stories: firstname.lastname@example.org Like & Follow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/immvestor (@immvestor) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/immvestor (@immvestor) If you liked the show, give us a rating and review. Know someone else who needs to hear this? Share it with them! They will thank you! Thanks in advance!
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Go Get Em Tiger: https://www.instagram.com/ggetlaFor more info, check us out at makeitraincapital.com.Welcome to Make It Rain: Multifamily Real Estate Investing for Millennials! We're Daisy and Luc, two millennials who love multifamily investing. With every episode, whether we're discussing a special topic or have on an amazing guest, the goal is to provide education and resources for anyone interested in investing in multifamily real estate, especially if you're a millennial. We're excited to chat with you about the what's, the why's, the how's, the who's. The best way to show support is to share it with anyone who might benefit from it and leave us an awesome review. Check out our website at makeitraincapital.com for more goodies. Take action on your financial future TODAY!
Are you an influencer looking to increase your purpose, priorities, plan and profits by working with brands + your own platform OR a brand looking to create a community with influencers live with activations and/or online campaigns? This is for you! https://bit.ly/influencermanagment If you are just learning about Influencer Marketing - you may love my series here + book + course https://bit.ly/influencermarketinglikeaboss Leave a review on the show + I will shout you out! Tag us on IG Stories with how you will #createit + we will reshare @katrinajuliafit @fitlifecreation Let's #createit like a boss! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/create-with-katrina-julia/support
Recommendations: Click here to find out more about the Paid to Speak Accelerator Community (aka Mastermind Community) and to put your name on our Waiting List. Show Notes: 3 Guidelines That Will Help You Effectively Set Your Speaking Goals: Move beyond DREAM goals... write down DO goals Less is more Focus on your habits and disciplines... nothing is MORE IMPORTANT in accomplishing your speaking goals Episode Resources: 9 Ways to Get Paid as a Speaker (FREE Resource) 5 Keys to Create a Speech That Pays (FREE Resource) Got questions? Submit them here Thank You for Listening! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and review on iTunes. Also, share it by using the social media buttons at the top or bottom of this post. Until next time, continue to move from #DREAMtoDO as a speaker.
HT1338 - What Percentage Get Paid? Life today provides us with lots of entertaining hobbies that can occupy our time: sports, fishing, golf, music, theater and movies, poetry, literature, and photography. And I'm not talking about consuming these things but rather participating. We can participate in a sport, play a musical instrument, act in a local theater production, write haiku, try our hand to Great America novel, or produce fine art photographs. I wonder how many people who do these things get paid for doing them?
Todd Rampe teaches people how to make money trading stock options by following the lead of the "smart money" professional Wall Street traders. Todd has been an at-home trader for 24 years and a trading educator for 10 years, showing people the little tricks I was taught by my 7-figure mentor, how to spot when these pros are about to make their move, so we can follow their lead and profit by riding their coattails. Todd shares his secrets about participating in the World's Best Business - Trading Stocks & Options from Home with Mike in this episode. If you're interested in learning how to trade, Todd Rampe will help you master trading in 60 days. Take the mystery out of stock options trading. Stop buying course after course, guessing your trades, and constantly losing money. You get help transforming your trading so you can work whenever and wherever you want, improving your quality of life. You'll confidently trade the markets with the right tools and knowledge.
It's the perfect time of year for some seriously scary stories! Mean sellers, overpriced listings, and hundreds of days on the market: OH MY! We've worked for hours on end and spent hundreds of dollars on marketing only to get paid nothing when a listing didn't sell. How many times have we “failed” in our real estate careers spanning 11 and 17 years? Umm, A LOT! What's the difference between a withdrawn and expired listing? Should you withdraw a listing before it expires? What is the most predatory and harassing behavior that occurs in our industry? Come find out all of that plus how we have dealt with unrealistic and not so nice sellers. It's time to hear some of our scariest stories and maybe a few successes thrown in for good measure! Get your FREE Database Template! Email Templates 101: emailtemplates101.com Agent Systems 101: agentsystems101.com All Resources: hustlehumblypodcast.com Submit your topic ideas and toasts to email@example.com.
Andrew Tarvin is a master speaker on the topic of humor and he joins us to help you do the same. So many people assume you can only make money from comedy as a stand-up comedian, but Andrew shares the many other ways to monetize this skill. You will leave this interview with a clear understanding of how to use humor beyond stand-up comedy that helps you make a living being funny. Listen, learn, share! Connect with Andrew here: https://drewtarvin.com/ (https://drewtarvin.com/) Check out our classes and workshops here: https://hotbreathmedia.com/ (https://hotbreathmedia.com/) Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/HotBreathPod (https://www.youtube.com/c/HotBreathPod)
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Utena Treves, the Co-Founder, and CEO of Moojo, a Berlin-based Fintech company that aims to offer new financial solutions in the passion economy of freelancers and creators. Moojo mobile app makes it easy to create, automate, and edit invoices in a flash and receive your hard-earned cash within 24 hours. Don't miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!
If you want to create a big brand identity as a small operator, you need to dig in and determine who you are and exactly who you want to serve.So how can you niche down and get specific about your guest avatar?One way is to determine a need you have that isn't being served and then fill that. That's what my guest today did.Rose Tipka of Your Family's Place offers multi-generational spaces designed to provide their guests with stress-free, nostalgic family vacations. Rose and her family launched their business after discovering how difficult it was to find the perfect getaway for their own large family. They currently operate 3 properties, including Mount Pleasant Lodge, designed to offer guests of all ages a chance to reconnect and experience that summer camp feeling you had as a kid. On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Rose joins me to share the story of her husband's bold move while she was pregnant with their fifth child that helped them pivot into an industry they are passionate about, and launch a brand that helps other large multi-generational families enjoy the types of vacations they want to have.We discuss how they established a flourishing brand identity built on creating family-friendly spaces, with special touches that take the stress out of large group travel to ensure every customer will be a repeat customer.Listen in as Rose walks through the steps she took to home in on what their brand is and isn't and how that has helped them scale to launch their first million-dollar property while building a legacy brand for the future.Topics CoveredRose shares the story of how her husband bought their first property behind her back while she was pregnant and launched their STR journeyHow Mark Simpson inspired the idea behind the Your Family's Place brand-nameWhy being your own guest avatar is the #1 way to understand the needs of your guestsWhy flexibility is the key to serving large families in the STR industry long-termHow to create family-friendly properties that evoke nostalgiaWhat to pack into your properties to make them family-friendly, and stress-free for your guestsWhy Rose recommends working with professionals in all aspects of your STR businessHow Rose is using video to add a personal touch and form a personal connection with her guests before they arriveThe most important thing they did when establishing the Your Family's Place brandConnect with Rose TipkaYour Family's Place on InstagramYour Family's Place on Facebook ResourcesFREE Workshop: Learn the 3-Part Process to Scale Your Airbnb Business to $1M+How to Fill Your Calendar with Direct Bookings (Ep502)How To Use Email Marketing To Drive Bookings (EP332)Leave A Review of Get Paid for Your Pad on Apple podcasts for a chance to WINSponsored ByLegends X Short-Term Rental Accelerator Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.