The Mixtapers get Loud & Hilarious with special guest Mike Anthony, a local Tucson comic who incidentally does a podcast with Leo as well! We packed in Smashmouth throwing nazi salutes, John Grudons emails, smash into a Lambo, and have time to Name That Tune! enjoy and check out Leo and Mikes podcast on Spotify called 'Loud & Hilarious'!
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This week, we get into the middle years of Mike Tyson's career, when it all starts to fall apart. He suffers his first loss, while fending off a slew of lawsuits, paternity cases, and criminal charges. This all culminates in a trial for the rape of an 18 year old Miss Black America contestant, and his subsequent prison stay, which includes visits from Shaq, Hammer, Whitney Houston, and several other early 90s luminaries. Once out on parole, he tried to restart his career, but is there anything left in the gas tank?? Fondle everyone you're in contact with, drag race your Lambo in a 30 mph downtown area, and admit paternity with a child that turns out to not be yours with "Iron" Mike Tyson!! Check us out, every Tuesday! !We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: email@example.com Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!! Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurder
In today's podcast I had the pleasure of sitting down with Cody McBroom, The CEO and creator of The Tailored Coaching Method. Cody is another online coach friend who I met about 3 years ago and he's a huge inspiration for me because he in a leader in the online coaching space.Today we talked about a lot of different topics, we covered:-Cody's upbringing from high school and his first weight loss journey that sparked his interest in this field.-How our clients and you can approach the holiday season as it's coming up to make sure you don't let a couple days of splurging turn into 3 months of overeating.-We dive DEEP into some mindset conversations about: personal development, how to grow self esteem and confidence, the importance of mentorships, and telling the truth about where you are and where you are looking to go if you want to be successful.I really enjoyed our conversation today and I hope that anyone listening who thinks that they cannot make a massive shift in their life to go after their dreams they think twice because Cody shares how 10th grade Cody is COMPLETELY different from the man he is today.If he can do it, so can you!Enjoy!Here are the 4 books that Cody suggested in the podcast covering the Core 4:-Body: Fat Loss Forever by Layne Norton-Being: The Man in the Mirror by Patrick Morley/The Monk who sold his Lambo by Robin Sharma-Balance: The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman-Business: Go Giver by Bob Burg/ The Leader Who Had No Title by Robin Sharma
Lazlo's worried he's being a bad dad because he didn't make dinner for the boys until 9pm. I think 9pm should be the default dinner time for any person under 65. *There's a mom on tik tok who lost her teeth during pregnancy. Now she gets millions of views demonstrating how she makes herself over. The transformation is really something to behold and we all agree that it's cool. We don't all agree on whether or not someone in her position should divulge this information on a first date. Jeriney says there's absolutely no reason this woman should have to divulge anything about her looks to anyone at any time. This gives Lazlo an idea. He wants to start renting Lambo's and multi-million dollar mansions so he can make a good first impression on the ladies. Julia says Lazlo's comparison is garbage which leads to a full blown father/daughter fight. *Doomscrolling! COVID boosters for seniors, still no sign of Brian Laundrie, Biden says no more horses at the border, Reno says no more permitless whips downtown (?), a high school football player dies from head injuries, white water fountains, and nipples turning black and falling off. *Patrick Mahomes' brother tossed water on Ravens fans at the game last weekend. Do you hide any family members from your coworkers or are you the sibling being sent to stay at the cabin in the woods? *Science has proven several random factors can seriously impact your success as an adult. Oh, and it turns out everything we thought we knew about the popular kids in high school was wrong. *Americans waste a lot of money on a lot of things but how many of you bought beef liver pills in bulk this month? *Welp, bout time I hit the old dusty trail. I hope you manage to mosey on over here again tomorrow. Until then..... -Everybody Wang Chung!!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sunday's loss to the Broncos wasn't pretty, as the Jaguars offense remains stagnant when it's needed most, and we're still trying to get a sense when and if the Trevor Lawrence / Urban Meyer era is going to come together. And special teams gave us a rollercoaster: Jamal Agnew took a beauty of a kick return to the house, while Josh Lambo missed his third kick in a row. Is this season a wash, though, or are we on the verge of opening the floodgates of victory? Follow the Drunken Jaguar on Twitter at @junkendraguar. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
One Year Anniversary Show, crazy to think we made it one year. From episode #1 being recorded in Lambo's garage fromm his phone, to today's episode right here in the south hill podcast studios. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hawkast1/support
Misha Mansoor is back in town and talking cars, cars and more cars! Porsche, Lambo, Ferrari and McLaren, he's had them all lately. Which one is he trading up? Which one is he keeping for life? Plus some snappy apologies and updates on MS & GVBC.
SOLANA is where crypto degens go to start making that Lambo money. Solana is one of the newest layer one blockchains on the market today, but it is quickly gaining the respect of developers and crypto users with its fast speed, low costs, and cutting-edge technology. Despite being relatively new on the scene, Solana already has an active DeFi community and hyped-up NFT drops without any of the gas wars that you'll find on Ethereum. This is only the beginning though, there are a ton of apps currently in development on Solana, and things are getting ready to EXPLODE. Today we'll break down the latest Solana news and discuss the recent Solana update that sparked its massive pump. Find out what differentiates SOL from other top blockchains and why it has so much potential.
Jubal Fresh, Alex Fresh and English Evan kick off the morning with a science hour with The Jubal Show, Tom Storkins calls Nina to let her know she's caught on camera peeing at golf course in Jubal Phone Prank, this First Date Follow Up is a big WIGGER, Kim Kardashian's sixth tow (on her left foot) scratched a Lambo in Dirty Little Secret, English Evan faces America and we're reading diaries to catch a cheater in this War of the Roses! Let us know what you think on social!Follow us at: @thejubalshow @jubalfresh @thatdreas @evanontheradio
Kim Kardashian's controversial sixth toe (on her left foot) called The Jubal Show with a Dirty Little Secret about how he scratched up a Lamborghini! Let us know what you think on social!Follow us at: @thejubalshow @jubalfresh @thatdreas @evanontheradio
This week, John and Denison reveal a new track featuring friend of the show, Devaughn Dorsett (Artist Name: Dev Omar). His new track "Telly", produced/mixed/master and even featuring John is due out September 17th. More details including a "behind the track" are due in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can follow Dev on Spotify to be among the first to know when the new track drops, HERE.Then, a week after Denison shares his big, life-changing move, John shares his struggle in deciding what his next living situation should be. After several months having a tough time finding a home rental option that's even worthwhile, John is now debating making a sacrifice and moving into an apartment, or buying a home. Apartment positives include less care and maintenance required, support on any issues within reach, and some living costs are actually cheaper. But owning a home brings the autonomy, privacy, and security that so many desire. There's a whole more to debate, and we jump into it all with the goal of helping YOU make a similar decision in your life. Then, it's Lamborghini's futuristic throwback. Everyone's favorite poster from the 80s - the Lamborghini Countach - is back, new, and improved. The supercar still boasts a V12, and now includes incredible hybrid technology. Still, the upgrades seem to be behind that of other super- and hypercar manufacturers. We talk about why this makes perfect sense for the automaker, how other manufacturers (and even racing series) are pushing toward a carbon neutral society, and what it could mean for the auto industry moving forward.It's an all-new Catchup! Let's go ahead an jump into it!JOIN THE DISCUSSION:FacebookInstagramYouTubeOfficial WebsiteEmail us: TheCatchupCast@Gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.nosignalrocks.com/the-catchup-podcast/)
Magic Summer League sensation Janis Timma joins Jake from Vegas to discuss the Latvian 29-year-old's journey to the precipice of an NBA roster, his upbringing, his pop-star wife and last but not least, that Lambo.
Crypto is coming to Miami. Nothing is more crypto than a Lambo. And nothing is more Miami than a Ferrari. Can the two co-exist? Will the Magic City ride with Crypto like Crockett and Tubbs? Or will crypto meet a chainsaw in a bathroom? Things are only going to accelerate now that governments are starting to take this technology seriously. Right now we are starting to see the first governments experimenting with crypto and trying to figure out how it can help in their jurisdictions. El Salvador recently announced that Bitcoin would become legal tender in the country, and several other Latin American countries could end up taking similar measures. Here in the US, Miami will pioneer a new program to build a cryptocurrency for their city. Grab your Cuban sandwich and turn up that Will Smith. We're going to Miami.
Another YKS! My god how do they do it! Well it's actually quite simple. First, we come up with a genius idea....oh gosh you probably don't want to hear all that. Let me just tell you what's in the show this week. How about a visit from the mobile vet, Mike driving a Lambo, and a freakin' Hamster's nutsack!? Does that sound good enough for ya? For the free episode we came up with out of the goodness of our hearts? I mean, we put everything we got into this fuckin thing...listening to it is the least you could do. Why do you hate us so much? You want us dead!! Ahhhhh!!!!Music for YKS is courtesy of Howell Dawdy, Craig Dickman, Mr. Baloney, and Mark Brendle. Additional research by Zeke Golvin. YKS is edited by Producer Dan. Executive Producer lola butt.For more YKS, check out the YKS Premium Patreon page. This week on YKS Premium: An anti-globalist album review and the debut of Redbox Rants!Today's show is sponsored by Honey. Now these guys are serious about having a little thing that pops up and puts in a coupon code. And hell, so am I! If you're like me you want to save something like $3-4 on a phone case cause the dadgum thing keeps flying out of your hands. And what you don't want to do is search all over hither and yon for a code that actually works. We're busy! We got phones to pick up off the dadgum ground! So let Honey do the work for ya. Go to JoinHoney.com/yks and let our little coupon friends know Mike and JF sent ya.We're also brought to you by the folks at Manscaped. Folks, this ain't ya daddy's pube trimmer! And if it is, he's lookin' smooth as hell! Damn! Now if for some wild reason you don't wanna get shorn with the best of 'em by using the Lawn Mower 4.0, you could still set yourself up pretty good with the cologne, nail trimmers, and lotions these guys got over there. You oughta see my bathroom drawer. It looks like the damn Manscaped warehouse in there. Give 'em a whirl today by going to Manscaped.com/YKS and using that classic promo code YKS for 20% off plus free shipping. Now that right there is gonna help the show and your pubic area...a match made in heaven! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Was it just for looks or did the Lamborghini Countach's trademark “Lambo Doors” serve an purpose?The Lamborghini Countach and its Lambo doors are iconic representations of what a super car is. The exotic, Italian wedge design captivated audiences and fueled the dreams of teenage boys around the world when it appeared at the Geneva Motor Show on March 11th 1971.It was meant to replace what is arguably the most beautiful car design in history, the Lamborghini Muira, and where the Muira was a design of elegance, the Countach charged on to the scene with in your face, design force.The Countach had a cut off rear end, a square nose, pop up headlights, flat glass, brutally strong angles and of course, the undeniable awesome, scissors doors. It was a car that astonished those that saw it for the first time. Even its name is a term used to express wonder and astonishment.Amazingly the design had a run from 1974 until 1990 and although it found itself cladded with difference body panels and a towering wing that made looking out the postage stamp size back window impossible, it showed the Italian Wedge was a force in the exotic car world.Marcelo Gandini of Bertone's design studio created an industry defining look and a set of industry defining doors. But was it all about a look that had posters flying off store shelves?Well, the answer is no. The iconic Lambo Doors were actually a engineering design necessity. Well, that is if you ever wanted to park your car and get out.You see the Countach employed a tubular space frame that made the car Door sills extremely wide, which required very side doors. And it doesn't end there, the Countach may only be 42.13 inch tall, but it is a staggering 74.28 inches wide. That makes car over six feet wide. With parking spots getting as narrow as, in some cases less than eight feet depeding on the town and country you were in, there wasn't room to open a big long door. So something had to be done, and the fix was what we know lovingly refer to as Lambo Doors, but practically know as scissor doors.Now the scissor doors and the extremely wide door sill actually served an unintended purpose, but would have made the car almost impossible to use in normal driving if it didn't have. That is a place to sit while backing the car up. You see, the back window of a Countach, if you can call it a window is so small and so narrow, you can't see anything behind you. A rear view mirror is only installed to meet government regulations. So when you find yourself trying to back out of the parking space, you either guess that the coast was clear, which was an expensive gamble, or you opened your scissor doors, lifter yourself out of your seat, set down on that wide door sill and turned your body to look back. Carefully working the clutch and the gas and steering wheel you could back up with enough visibly to keep from crashing into something. With regular doors, this would not have been possible. Imagine backing up with regular doors like that, definitely not a good idea.The Lamborghini Countach was the dream exotic for most teenage boys of the 70's and 80's. It represented excess and power and extreme styling while quietly keeping one of its most exotic features, scissor doors from being seen as just an engineering requirement.#lamborghini #countach #lamborghinicountach #scissordoors #lambodoors #supercars
One of the most common misconceptions regarding the assessment of someone's character is the manner in which they think of themselves and their accomplishments in life. However, there is a fine line between confidence in your abilities and expressions of arrogance. That is precisely what we discuss in this episode of BTP as we contrast it with the feature of modesty which can be indeed a virtue when done in moderation. Daniel's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danmolgan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Danmolgan LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-molgan-41812352/ Pouya's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pouyalj/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pouyalj LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pouyalajevardi/ Episode Transcript... ----more---- SUMMARY KEYWORDS modesty, arrogant, arrogance, people, modest, brag, black belt, talking, confident, achieve, life, hand, self esteem, leaders, insecure, success, achievements, confidence, inspire, express Pouya LJ 00:08 Hello, ladies, gentlemen, welcome back to yet another episode of The BTP podcast. As always, I'm joined with Daniel Morgan. How's it going, Dan 00:16 buddy? What's up guys? What's up Blue Jays, life is great and awesome. I'm so happy to be here with you basically, life is as always amazing. We're now going through the final phase phases basically of this goddamn pandemic. But the Delta variant is still causing some disturbances. But as always, I'm optimistic and life is good. Just waiting for life to move to where it was. And believe me, it will happen. All right, that's okay. Good, good. Confidence, tone, man. That was like a confidence tone. Pouya LJ 00:50 Exactly. Not only confidence, it was very optimistically confidence. So I like that so lovely. All right, good. Good. I'm very happy to hear that. All right. So okay, today's topic we're talking about. So last week, we talked about to weaken per tooth, you know, phenomenon is called minimalism and luxury. Now recovering to other phenomena is called modesty. And arrogance. So modesty versus arrogance. So what do you make of it? How how much modesty is good, how much arrogance is good? And whereas, which are more important? Yeah, sorry, go ahead. Dan 01:26 I see before I go ahead and give my assessment, I will actually ask you please find each of these because sometimes people don't know what modesty actually is. Like if someone right forever, perhaps does not, for example, want to have big ambitions, that he's modest. That's not modesty. That's passivity. So let's first go ahead and define properly for our listeners, what modesty and basically, arrogance actually are. So why don't you go to do that for our listeners? Pouya LJ 01:53 Yeah, absolutely. That's a good point, because we need to get our definitions straight. So yeah, let's, let's say what we're talking about modesty, we basically mean that, it doesn't mean that you're not achieving anything, or you don't want to achieve anything, it doesn't mean that you're not ambitious. what it entails is essentially, you are, you're you are comfortable with not, you know, expressing your your your achievements or your desire to achieve as much as an arrogant person does, or, or, on the other hand, you can you can define it as you are realizing your own limitations within your within your capabilities. And that sense, that sense of realizing those limitation gives you a calm about your position. Dan 02:42 So you're literally Pouya LJ 02:44 on the other hand, arrogance, it portrays the opposite behavior, right? arrogance actually goes overboard, like you're achieving 10, then you're bragging, 12, or you're capable, interesting, or you're capable of 1210, but you're not aware of it, and you're going overboard and claiming 15. So that is how I see it, unless you have a slightly different discourse, what Dan 03:07 you're saying is absolutely true. I just want to add a few points. Mises, D. modesty, basically, as we have noted, basically, it's simply your ability to keep your lips basically accolades to yourself, you see, whatever social success, whatever, you know, personal things, when you keep it to yourself, you're modest. So for example, let's say you have just won the grants for a major, let's say, Blue Origin type of research, because you're a cool astrophysicist from University of Toronto. Now, if you don't tell the whole world about it, including your answer doesn't even know what basically Jeff Bayes actually means. Then you're not exactly very much. So modesty just means you are happy with your success, you keep it to yourself, you don't really share it. Now, arrogance, as you said, well areas isn't just isn't only about you know, showing off, it's more about your attitude towards other people. Those who are arrogant, do not see themselves as superior, so much as they see others as inferior. And they make sure they they know that that right. So that basically they are putting others down, basically. Right. And that's called arrogance. And I believe that both approach, as you probably know, are not in my approaches. Why? Let me explain a moment. If you're so modest, but he achieved a lot of things, give it to yourself. And then you simply can never promote yourself to acquire more success, and others might actually not know what you're up to. So you might actually miss out on a lot of opportunities. If you tell the world that Yeah, I got this great man. Maybe they actually joined forces with you know, far better people to actually have a great lunch. I think they're handing it all to yourself. Yeah, it's easy. I mean, there's nothing noble about now, no modesty because it's easy. Just keep your mouth shut. That's it. You're modest with us. Not gonna necessarily help you achieve a lot of the goals you want to achieve in life, because you are not going to be able to attract enough attention to promote yourself to gain better opportunities and arrogance. Well, that's the sign of lack of self esteem. arrogant people are not show offs. They are those who show up to put others down. You see, if you have, for example, a Lamborghini and it came shown that on your social media story, like oh, check it out. Oh, I'm in my lambos By the way, guys, I'm talking to you. Yeah, I'm going to work now. I'm going to buy my groceries now. What do these things? Honestly projects? How do you feel? I mean, because these feelings are universal. When you see someone intentionally shows off the Lambo in every single store, and every single thing constantly talks about the color of my Lambo. What feeling do you have for this gentleman or lady? Pouya LJ 05:51 Oh, I just feel like blocking them because I want to exterminate this post from my feed. Dan 05:57 Because it's not attractive, man knows not attractive. Because we feel like oh, this guy's either lying, or he got it from his daddy, or he's actually faking it, or he's renting it. Because people who are confident in their success, they don't need to always brag about it. So I am not a fan of bragging. I'm not a fan of keeping it to yourself. Now people should do know, basically, if you're a big shot, but ultimately do you want to treat your success for you? or for other people, it's actually relevant a little bit to that luxury versus minimalism. And that when you are not an arrogant person, you don't necessarily need to bring others down. Just because I am rich doesn't mean that others should, you know, suffer looking at my Lambo when they have problems eating. So that reason, I believe that the best approach as always inspired by that, because when you tell others of your ambitions, others people say like, you know, what, why don't I have such ambitions? What does he have that I don't have? And the answer is always nothing, whatever anybody else has, including Jeff Bezos, you have it too. And imagine Jeff Bezos says, like, you know what, guys, I'm going to a trip. I can't tell you exactly what it is. But it's a very long trip. And it was going way up, way up way up. And I'm not talking about like, you know, going to these Fiji Islands. And people are like, Dude, what the hell are you talking about man? because in that case, but people that inspire others, so by sharing your greatness, you actually inspire the world. And let everybody know, dude, this guy came from a very poor background, and he's got all of these things, right? So by sharing your greatness, you actually can treat other people. But there's a huge difference between sharing your missions and accomplishments, versus being arrogant, and bringing others down and bragging to them, like, oh, check out my call, check out my watch, and so on. Yeah, I Pouya LJ 07:58 think I understand what you mean. And well, I guess, I think is easier to dispute. And, you know, we all know arrogant people in our lives if you're not one. And we know how annoying they can be and how unattractive it is. and all that. modesty, though, I agree with you that it is still the same boat, like you don't want to be 100% modest either. But it has, especially in some culture, it has certain positive characteristics. So Biden by by, you know, by the fact that you are modest, you're getting some social points essentially, though, for you to me, but but for you to exhibit that I am modest, somebody needs to know something immodest about you and then know that you're trying to not brag about it. So it's impossible to be completely modest and everybody knows about it. By nature. So let's let's try and let Now again, I completely agree I you need to sit and that's why I mentioned that you cannot be 100% modest when people know about it, that's just impossible to do just think you don't you don't accomplish shit so. So that's that's that. But is there any place that we can't actually say, say good things about modesty? Is there any benefits in any circumstances? Dan 09:17 moderation in all things and all things in moderation. As you mentioned earlier? If you are someone who does not overly, you know, basically exaggerate your accomplishments, this actually shows your level of self esteem. Understand, if you really don't need to bring others down to make yourself feel good as arrogant people do, then you do not need to always say like, Oh, please, please tell me how great I am. Because I know who I am. These things oftentimes stem from lack of self esteem and self confidence, and to the degree to which you are confident about yourself. And especially in those areas, because you have to be very confident when it comes to let's say your professional achievements, but very I don't know, perhaps insecure about your success, I don't know what your health or fitness or I don't know what your relationships with the opposite gender. So it is very possible to be quite confident about your money, but very, you know insecure about your wife's like, Oh gosh, I don't want to show it to any of my friends. It's not the wife of a friggin millionaire, Oh, shit. So in that situation, you have to actually look at your life as a whole. And realize, in all those areas where you are more secure about yourself, you generally tend to somehow not want to show off. So I mean, I don't know, some people just don't have a desire to show off how rich they are, because they know they're rich. And I want to thank those who are really rich, as opposed to those who don't take photos of their lambos, 25 times a day. They are the people who actually are rich. That's why it's like, so what's the point? I don't want to show up because I know I'm rich, what's the point. But for that reason, to the guy who's insecure about his, for example, fitness, now puts others down for being fat, or the guy who's in Serrano, some job, they put others down in the same career. So it really comes down to your overall level of self esteem and self confidence. And generally, those who are more confident they tend to be usually more modest. Right, right. Pouya LJ 11:21 No, no, that makes a lot of sense. And I think that I think people pick up on that, you know, it's then and that's why I wanted to get at about modesty is that in moderation, as you mentioned. Now, there are certain times as you said, that it pays off to actually share your accomplishments. And I'm not saying bragging about them, per se. You know, you're you're in a social event you're talking is like, oh, what do you do I do this, and I've gone done that and etc. And now you can be proud of it. No problem. You don't have to brag about it, you can still be proud of it. Just imagine Dan 11:53 you projects, being arrogant when it comes to some talks about, you know, these spaceflights all that like, oh, man, this guy went to sit and like, so let me tell you something about the science behind that your little shit. As a matter of fact, this whole thing has to go to the or from this angle, like, I'm just guessing something like this. But do you actually practice arrogance at all boutiques? Pouya LJ 12:12 You know, we all have our down moments, I think, and maybe I have done that. But I do my utmost to control that side of me. But again, I'm not shy to be proud of something I accomplished, or something I know. And I distinguished from being in being arrogant about it, you know, meaning that, you know, I know this, and I feel good about it. But it doesn't mean that you can't, it doesn't mean that this is unique to me, or a few people like me, meaning I'm capable, and you're not, it just means that I have done my studies, and I have paid attention to this or that. And I have accumulated this knowledge and I know about it, that's, that's so in, in this specific sense. I mean, you can talk, you can say the same thing about, you know, something in business and income and, you know, worth of how much money you have. So you can say similar things. So in that sense, I think I distinguish being proud about your accomplishments or your knowledge, or whatever it is, versus being arrogant about it. As you said, arrogance is kind of about, you know, putting others down, meaning I have this in a way, but but then, but then it doesn't stop there. It goes to say I'm unique, and you're unable to actually achieve this, or accomplish this, or do this or know this, etc. So it has that element of I am able and you're not the kind of thing that I don't like, personally, because on the other hand, I'm a teacher, I know what people are capable or given the, you know, the right platform, the right, you know, scenery, to express themselves and to develop themselves grow, you know, do business, etc. So, so in that sense, I try to, I think I'm leaning towards a modest side, but again, sometimes I'm, I'm proud of my own, you know, achievements, accomplishments, because, you know, it takes it takes takes a lot takes, takes a lot of work and sleepless nights to study some of these topics that you're speaking of specifically. So I'm like, you know, I think I earned my brownie points, I'm gonna I'm gonna spend them some of them to feel good. So yeah, I think i think that i think that's the that's where I, where I lie in that in that spectrum. And I think, Now, tell me, tell me, tell me if I'm wrong, I think you you will have good insight into this. But I think there's a there's a degree of badness or let me say a little bit better. There's a decree there's sorry, there's a balance of confidence, and modesty, I think, in leadership positions that actually can bring a lot of people together. Dan 14:42 Absolutely. I mean, just take a look at you know, the last disaster president basically left the White House. Realize that in all top positions, we despise leaders who are arrogant, we despise leaders who feel like they are some special snowflake somehow And everybody should treat them because you're so friggin special. We, as a species do not like these people, believe it or not. Now, there are a very small number of people who suffer from lack of self esteem, who find these things attractive. But the majority of us, we are repelled by that kind of behavior, right? Which is why it's so incredibly important to know that the higher your position, the more you have to show empathy. And the less arrogance is tolerated by your followers, because that arrogance makes them question your true integrity as a leader. I mean, if you really feel like you're the best, why do you keep talking about it? If you really feel like you're rich? Why do you keep showing up all the stuff? I mean, it's like a scan or something? I mean, is it real? Or are you really if you feel like you're the strongest and most powerful person in the world, then why are you so insecure about these things? So people start asking questions, and that is why, by modesty and not trying to constantly brag or bring others down, you actually tell the world that yes, I am. That guy. And that's going to basically impress everyone in this regard. to want to follow each one to listen to you. And egotistical leaders, arrogant leaders, as we've seen, will always go down. Pouya LJ 16:17 Yeah, that's exactly I think, I think, I think you're right, absolutely. In the sense that, you know, higher you are, you have to be less arrogant or rather natural, less arrogant is tolerated. So by definition, you Dan 16:30 have to be a democratic systems, it's right, we'll have a choice. Or actually leave, if you are just, you know, for a country, if you are the leader of an organization, you act like this, your team is going to leave, they're gonna find a shop, you know, in a different company, because it's like, another word for this douchebag, this guy is always arrogant is putting already down quantity with these people. Right? And but then again, at the same time, being, I don't know, a doormat is not good either. Because in that case, no one's gonna respect you. Leadership requires setting boundaries, punishing bad behaviors, and rewarding good behavior. So if you're a nice guy, and you say, like, you know what, okay, okay, you came, oh, Johnny, he came to work 30 minutes late today, like the past 30 days, no problem, probably, you really had problems, you can't be a leader like this, you're gonna lose the whole business. So you got to have that balance between the two. And allow them to know that, yes, you know, the boundaries, you are confident in your abilities, but you don't need their approval back and forth, back and forth back. That's just not who basically you are, because that's not what confident leaders simply don't do. They simply believe in themselves, they know what they're capable of, it's kind of like, you know, when you, you know, get your, for example, black belt, I run this, you know, I noticed something, a lot of my friends, when you get your black belt, you start having fights for good. I don't know any of my friends who got their black belts or who, you know, finish tough trainings, for example, like that, you know, for example, the underwater demolition or whatever it is, these when these guys, you know, finish some of the toughest trainings out there. Ironically, after they gain that confidence, that dude, I'm now Special Forces or Dude, I got now the black belt of karate or something, once they have that confidence in them, for some odd reason. Most of them never get into a fight ever again. Because like the way they carry themselves show that and I think we can be like that black belt in all areas of life, financial relationship. I don't know, knowledge, wisdom. Once you have that black belt of wisdom, for example, you're not going to be you know, something like, Oh, I am so wise, please tell me I'm wise. I'm waiting. Nobody. Oh, boy. So that approach simply shows that you're real, you're faking it, that you're no real steps, right? Which is why I always like Dan, I'm afraid of making post on social media share my ideas. I say, Why? say there's no one's gonna like them. I say why do you need their likes, like, but if no one likes me and my posts, then I feel like I'm not important enough. It's like, dude, talk to yourself, as if you're talking, you know, in a vacuum or something, ignore that. And please be aware that it's not about being liked by their sight, but by being heard, which is why I also like, views are always more important social media than likes, likes mean. Views are what generates think of, for example, you know, top platforms, top platforms and top you know, influencers are the ones who don't look to be liked. They say what they want and I like, that attracts more attention, right? But those who are like, well, the guy says, Well, if I take you know, shouldn't my shirt off and just take muscle photos, I get a lot of likes, so I'm gonna keep doing that. So they can never express themselves or the girl says, Okay, if I just get bikini shots that I will get a lot of likes. So they, you know, pages become, you know, boring and meaningless. But once you ignore that approach, and say, You know what, I want to express my thoughts. That's it. I don't want likes. That is that lupino blackbelt, if you will, let's go with confidence and everyone you attract more attention that way. While in all areas of life, yeah, Pouya LJ 20:03 I think actually absolutely right. Because especially with the advent of, you know, technology, social media, and on the other hand podcast is like the best podcasts are the most sincere and real ones they will relate least super structured like a sort of like a corporate media levels are structured, that the more sincere It seems that the more attention he gets. It said there's a there's a thirst for sincerity, it means it seems shallow there is Yeah, I think I completely agree with that. In my personal experience, anyways. Okay, so we talked a lot about, and I think I think we're honing on a point on many of our episodes about most things, many things. And that is, there's a balance required of finding the point of balance is the hard part is the difficulty. And and you'd never get there without trial and error. You never get there without getting your hands dirty. Doesn't matter how many books you eat, it doesn't matter what you do, you ultimately need to actually do it and see Oh, wow, I was too arrogant here. Oh, wow, I was too modest. Nobody knew what I achieved. So. So I think I think there's a good good segue to say, to bring this show to its conclusion. Is there anything you think we have missed that requires further brush up? Dan 21:24 Well, first of all good topics is always projects. And as we compared arrogance versus modesty, we realized that in the end, what truly matters is a sense of balance. There's nothing wrong with being you know, satisfied and happy with who you are. There's nothing wrong with loving your success, because that's called self love. And self love is the foundation for loving others. If you don't really love yourself, you can't love other people, if you don't really like and are proud of your work, how do you want others to be inspired by you. So you should like that. But at the same time, being arrogant and trying to show off and especially by bringing others down. That is a short term approach to gain that, you know, feeling of self esteem, which we all look for, it's like in the mass look, you know, hierarchy of needs, right? So for that reason, we believe that it's better to fully stop with arrogance. arrogance is always a bad thing. There is no such thing as moderate arrogance. arrogance itself means you bring others down. So it must be removed. modesty in Your hands should be practiced with you know, moderation, because if you're too modest, you're not helping anybody. Because in that case, you will actually not inspire others. Now, if you are modest about your finances, you're definitely helping yourself by avoiding pay as much taxes as most of you do. Which I'm a fan of, by the way, because I mean, in that one case you've read, you probably don't want to show off. But generally, if you have other ideas, you want to understand that those who are the most confident, usually aren't always talking about that stuff. They aren't talking about their achievements. Rather, they're actually helping others to become achievers themselves, right? So by putting this focus on them, and not on you, you actually become a lot more confident and a lot more popular among those around you. Pouya LJ 23:08 All right, that makes a lot of sense. I think that was a good conclusion. It had hints of what we didn't talk about and a lot of what we talked about. Thanks. As always, Dan, for joining us and having a moment. And thank you, everybody for participating listening, tuning in. I hope you participate by leaving comments, suggestions, you know, topics that you want to hear about in the comment section or directly to me or Dan through social media. You know where to find us. It's in the show notes as well. And until later episode, have a good one.
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We'll show folks Jason Bible Texas real estate radio network. Rob is out of town. So I get to show all to myself Jennifer Hernandez will be here tomorrow and I believe Blake will be here Thursday from not mistaken so we'll have a couple of guests. Most of the show was this week's hearing me talk in. And I know some of you all really like the show so we're gonna go back to inflation. There's a show I did back in December a fact if I remember it's December 9. And I said get ready. Things are about to get crazy. It's about to get review the expensive. To buy real estate. But I'll cut to the end of the show now. And tell you this one thing. If you do not own the house. That you are living in that is the most important thing for you to do right now. There is no more important goal in your life. Then to own the house you live in. These houses are pre shaving so fast. And so much. That your income cannot out piece. The house appreciation. You've got to get in there and get it now. Because it is going to blow you away how expensive these things get. What's driving it record low supply. And we don't see new supply coming on the market any time soon. What are the challenges a lot of folks have is I think yeah we'll supply is low so. I mean eventually we'll be able to supply on the market like it'll be back to normal that's not how it really works. Because the demand is self perpetuating meeting the demand is increasing. In buyers might if you're out there as a buyer right now. As a buyer's agent. I had a joke out when I had a bunch of folks here at the Texas real estate investment center there was a noble mortgages that. And I was doing a a a market update for everybody. And I looked out the windows of our community center which is our big classroom holds about 120 people. I said I can tell who my buyers M. I. sellers agents are. Sellers agents. Drove up today in Lambo's. Get the Lamborghini's get the Ferraris out there maybe a couple of miles Roddy's. Couple Lexus's. The buyer's agents. Showed up in Hondas and Toyotas. All joking aside it's tough to be a buyer's agent these days. Record low inventory. The record look like keeps going lower and lower. If all of the houses that are in forbearance and I think it's just under 3000000. We need to for closure and came on the market today. We would still be short 1000000 homes. There's been a crash in real estate. And that crash is in the supply of houses available for sale. That's been the crash. Copyright 2021 @ Mr. Texas Real Estate
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Showing off wealth and luxuries is at an all-time high thanks to the influence of social media but what about all the other individuals who resort to a life of minimalism? In this episode of BTP, we contrast luxury with minimalism and offer our solution to strike the right balance between the two. Daniel's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danmolgan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Danmolgan LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-molgan-41812352/ Pouya's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pouyalj/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pouyalj LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pouyalajevardi/ Episode Transcript... ----more---- SUMMARY KEYWORDS luxury, minimalistic, money, minimalism, people, traveling, spend, buy, life, minimalist, mining, lambo, check, cars, education, luggage, pandemic, absolutely, photos, lifestyle SPEAKERS Pouya LJ, Dan Pouya LJ 00:09 Hello, ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to yet another episode of The BTP podcast. I'm joined as always with Daniel Mulligan, how's it going, man? Dan 00:17 Whatever, man, buddy, how's it going? How are you good to hear your voice Been a while, we've been super busy with a lot of things here, and I'm sure you're there as well. So life is absolutely great, I'm actually getting on the road these days a lot more frequently than I used to. So we're getting out of that, you know, pandemic lockdown mode, basically. So I'm pretty excited. I've already actually sorted a lot of my trips. Although these days for the sake of not having to deal with major problems, I actually keep most of my trips much shorter than usual. So if I used to stay in any country for like, one month and a half now it's like more like a week or two, to make sure that there's going to be any major problems. But fortunately, we're seeing gradually the world is opening up. And thanks to, you know, a wide spread vaccination basically. So that's a very good news for people like us who are always on the road and who don't want to just deal with the hassles of having to go through these bs checkups and bring your results. And now we have things like you know, vaccination, passports and so on, which are pretty good, although it's a little bit political, but very good. This is definitely gonna, you know, accelerate the process, moving around, and just, it's gonna open up the borders and make it easier. So I'm pretty happy about that one. And life is great. On my side, haven't you man? How are things? I literally was shocked when I saw a couple of photos you sent me yesterday about you mining Bitcoin with those fancy devices, man. So what's the story in it? Pouya LJ 01:41 Well, you Oh, actually, I'm actually mining etherium. But yeah, that's it's I don't know, it was one of those things that I picked up during the pandemic, essentially. Yeah, Dan 01:51 it's probably, I don't know, maybe on your Instagram page or something you just probably shared. That stuff looked really like it was crazy, man. It didn't look like a normal thing to happen. And like, it seems super fancy as if like you have like no laboratory dedicated entirely to cryptocurrency mining or something. It was pretty cool. I mean, maybe should later check and check it out. Guys. I can go to his Instagram. See from the photos. It's really fun. So how long has it been since you've been mining? Pouya LJ 02:20 Yeah, I'll drop those photos in the shadows too. Just Just because we talked about it. Yeah, it's been I think it's been since late February, something like that. Yeah. Dan 02:31 You're late starters, it has a lot more than you know, it's not like, four or five months or something. Pouya LJ 02:36 Yeah, I know. It hasn't been that long. And honestly, at that point, I was trying to pick up a project. And I was looking at, okay, what's out there and I've done this, I've done that. I want to do that later. It's gonna be a lot of time. And then I came across this one, I was like, You know what, why not do this? I haven't done this for so long. It's it's a good time to pick it up. And I did. And I was like, You know what, it's also a good passive income kind of thing. So I mean, I'm not Dan 03:03 actually listed with the income aspect of it. I mean, I don't know about things in Canada. Are there any taxations By the way, for any mining, or you're not going to be taxed? Pouya LJ 03:11 Yeah. So not for mining per se. I suppose. If you sell it in in the form of cash then it might be but I have no intention of selling me so I'm not actually selling any of them. So in Dan 03:26 the Canadian government, so you guys back off. Pouya LJ 03:30 Yeah, no. Dan 03:32 taxable a lot. I mean, they're, they're like Europeans. They tax. Pouya LJ 03:35 Yeah, no, I mean, that's true. But on the other hand, they only texted on currency, as far as I know. Like, I mean, there's no it's not Dan 03:42 like the US where you're basically crypto wallet is also centered your taxation. It's not like that yet in Canada. Pouya LJ 03:49 Yes. So I'm not too too sure. Like whoever listening in Canada don't take this as advice to be honest with you, but I'm pretty sure if you hold it as that currency No, but if you do sell it, then you have to Why do you have to so if so, for example, let's say you bought $100,000 I mean, that's a long large sum. But let's say you buy $100,000 worth of whatever bitcoins, let's say, and then you sold it again now you're on 120. So it's similar to stock markets. I saw that prop So yeah, I think Yeah, exactly. I think that's still stays the same. But mining they don't like I don't know technically, that's pure profit, I suppose. But on the other hand, it's not really and it's not so my project is not that massive to be extremely noticeable when I'm talking about it. I guess it's public, but either way I when I if Dan 04:41 you share those photos, people are gonna change their mind. Pouya LJ 04:44 No, but if I if I had to be absolutely honest, if I do sell it, I'm going to declare it in my tax returns, no doubt, but I have absolutely no intention of selling it. Dan 04:53 That's the culture of Canada. These guys just love their government. They're so peaceful they they share all the electricity What I made and here's my tax I'm gonna pay some extra for the sake of the community. Love the Government of Canada. Yeah, that's right. Pouya LJ 05:05 I don't know taxes to be honest with you absolutely do not. I mean, you got to do what you got to do. Dan 05:11 I see and one thing is gonna be like profitable. Do you think in Canada, given the cost of the equipment, the electricity and so on? Oh, yeah. So thankfully, Pouya LJ 05:19 I had some of my equipments from ways back. And the other ones that I added on along the road. A I managed to get at a very decent prices. So yeah, those those Oh, man, so shopping them, I Dan 05:33 don't know, Black Friday, something you get, like 90% off and something and start mining that stuff. Pouya LJ 05:38 Yeah, it wasn't particularly like 90% off. But yeah, I got a I got a few good deals, here and there. And you know, how they're very rare these days. So I know, right? If you can even get it out. MSRP it's I think it's fairly fairly good price. But, but yeah, so the class costs are were too high. And electricity is not too bad. Actually, I don't pay electricity at my place, specifically. So it's kind of included. Oh, so you're renting now? Right? Yeah, I rent. Dan 06:08 That's like that's like miners dream country? Pouya LJ 06:11 Exactly. I mean, again, Dan 06:12 I'm not sure about your landlord. Probably. Pouya LJ 06:15 No, no, my landlord doesn't pay either. It's so the condominium entirely is basically paying one utility for everybody. And again, my project is not so so big that it would cost like if I were to pay it, it would probably add, I don't know, approximately less than 50 Canadian dollars per month. Wow. Okay, I Dan 06:38 got it. That's right, pretty well, pretty well, but overall, nice, nice, you know, thing and to hope you're gonna succeed. And you can later on later on share with us exactly what happened and how the whole thing went out? Pouya LJ 06:49 Oh, yeah, for sure. Well, we'll have episodes on that for whoever's interested. Today, though, we're talking about something slightly different. Actually, we can relate it to anything for actually I thought about relating to things already. So it's basically minimalism versus luxury. Let's, let's define them first. I guess for those who don't know why luxury, I think everybody knows. But let's define minimalism. For those who might not have heard of it. Dan 07:13 I can guess, right? Well, very nice. Of course, the word itself is self explanatory. It comes from the word minimal, meaning living, basically, your life in a way that you just spent enough to meet all of your basic needs, without any money spent on things that are not absolutely necessary. So of course, what is truly necessary, it is really subjective, I guess, it depends on who you are, your background and so on. However, I think that in the end, it really comes down to you living kind of like, you know, below your means as much as possible to make sure that your life is sustainable. And you're not having a you know, a lot of basically consumption at the end of the month, basically, which is called minimalism. Now, there are various types of minimalism some of the extremist types, where they have to just, you know, literally, you have to live in a cave somewhere or something in that situation. Yeah, probably, it's gonna be weird. But ultimately, it's about living below your means trying to save as much as possible. So the focus in that lifestyle is much more about spending less. And in a luxury lifestyle is much more about making more. So these are two very different approaches to life, those who are on the, you know, luxury lifestyle category, they don't believe in not spending, basically, they believe in spending more, but they have to focus on earning more as well. And those who are on the minimalistic side, their focus is mainly on spending less. So they tend to spend their time and life basically in very different ways. And they end up having very different lifestyles. So that's what you know, we were talking about minimalism versus luxury lifestyle, this first lecture, we already know what that means. And there is pretty much no limit to how luxury your life can get. And when it comes to minimalism, however, there are some basic limits, I mean, us really can have, you can literally go on so many few meals per week, right? So you can, there's a lot there's a bottom limit. When it comes to luxury, there's actually you know, the sky's the limit, basically. Pouya LJ 09:09 Yeah, that makes sense. Okay, so I actually thought about a few things to relate to whatever we said before now, let's go back to your so you were telling you're back on the road, you're traveling and you know, and you were saying you're on the road a lot, so you don't stay for long periods of time, particularly. And I was thinking actually, you know, a minimalist luggage would actually help a lot. Dan 09:36 Unfortunately, I always travel with two languages that cover the problems that I have basically. Now, generally, that's not a big deal. It's my habit. Basically, I rarely travel with one luggage, mainly two languages, because I tend to stay as I mentioned earlier, usually Of course now the pandemic has changed that. But before the pandemic I rarely seen any place less than three weeks to a month. Basically so I need to have more clothes, some you know, for business some for, you know, going out and so on some you know, for the gym for that reason I rarely travel with only one luggage so I do not travel minimalistic that to be honest with you right now, because it's not possible for me, quite frankly. And I have a lot of devices. And I don't know, multiple phones, basically phone phones and both androids and iPhones for different countries. So it's kind of hard to put it all in one language and just call it a minimalistic Well, let's go man, I just got this tiny little luggage here. That is not for me, unfortunately. But I sometimes like these people who are traveling with like, you know, like luggage and like, Dude, this guy's ready. It's so much easier that way, I guess for these guys. Right? And generally, it's their style, but for me, unfortunately, I tend to be on the heavy luggage type basically. So if I'm not flying business, then I should always pay extra for basically the luggage. Pouya LJ 10:53 Gotcha. Gotcha now, so Okay, the reason I mentioned this is so I don't know to me like I know some people adapt luxury or minimalism as a way of life very generally. So basically applying it to all aspects. But for me, I think you know, as Jocko with Jocko Willink would say it's there's, for me, there's a dichotomy, like, there are some things that I absolutely go minimalistic, for example, and this is not by any philosophy or anything, it's just by happenstance, now that I'm thinking about it, for example, travel. Now, I'm not saying I'm gonna go with a fanny pack. I'm not that minimalistic, but I'm relatively minimal minimalistic, let's say, compared to average. And that is, like, I go with as little, you know, luggage as possible, maybe a backpack and a small suitcase? That would be that would be I mean, I also I'm not going on, you know, these kind of travels that you do, you know, I don't need that much stuff. So, my point is that I think it, it's very area dependent. For me personally, in some areas, I'm fairly minimalistic, and I'm so so for example, I have three monitors. That's absolutely not minimalist. Dan 12:03 I'm pretty sure when it comes to tech, you're definitely not a minimalist. Take a look at that photo, guys. And in the show notes, you'll see that that is not minimalist at all. Pouya LJ 12:10 Yeah, no, that's, that's, that's what I mean, like, so I think read monitors just Dan 12:13 in that frame. Just look around the house, you're gonna find out there four or five display somewhere else? Pouya LJ 12:18 Well, the TV's separate, obviously. No, no, but so do you see it this way, as well? Or is it Dan 12:26 again, you see, that's what you said, it's about lifestyle. Man, you are definitely not minimalistic when it comes to, this is what I what I think about you, I'm pretty sure you are not minimalist when it comes to technology, or even education. Because I mean, for example, you have a huge desire for learning a lot of new things. You're not a minimalist, minimalist, says, Oh, I got my Bible, I got my Bible, and that's all I ever need from Allah. I'ma read the Bible all the time. That's the only book I need. So, if you're one of those, yeah, that's called minimalism regarding education, right? The Bible, the Bible is all information. God knows all I got the book Pouya LJ 13:02 has all the information from 10,000 years ago into that, right? Of course, Dan 13:05 and that's the only one I love me. So that's gonna be basically, you know, educational minimalism, if you will, right? People who are like that will live very differently, right? And not that there's anything wrong with that, of course, we respect people of all faiths and beliefs. It's just that someone who lives that way will have a very different life than someone like Fujitsu. I don't know, loves technology reach a lot and you know, pursue education abroad, right. So these are the, you know, these who are going to have very different lifestyles, right? So minimalism is relative. But usually, when people talk about luxury, they only talk about one aspect, which is, you know, the money and all that stuff, right. But in fact, luxury can be literally defined, depending on how you live, for example, one of the biggest luxuries would actually talk about this issue not long ago, in one of our programs. Generally, luxury can be seen in variety of, you know, wage, yes. When we say the luxury people think of, I don't know, Chanel and for example, you know, leave a ton and super expensive, you know, cars and so on, because they are looking at luxury from a consumers perspective, right, or from a, you know, vanity point of view, right? Oh, show off and all that stuff. But luxury could be seen as you having enough time every morning to go for a jog, without having to rush to work because you know, you are working, you know, running your own business, again, actually dedicate a couple hours in the morning for, you know, some jogging without having to worry about the traffic, right? That's a luxury. And I think that for me personally, as you probably know, that's one of my luxury that I had every day. And I value that a lot more than I don't know, having to always, you know, be in a super fancy car. So if you told me down, I'm gonna give you right now a lifestyle where you can drive a fancy car every single day, or you can have that one hour in the morning for, you know, jogging, and you know, somehow meditation or something like this. I will pick the second one because that for me is a lot more valuable, right? Which is why we should look at minimalism the luxury in different contexts. That by default is about you know, vanity, buying stuff large homes, I don't know, cool, fancy travels and whatnot. But even if it comes to travel, I'm actually really not a fan of most people will let you know what people call traveling, I don't know your book, I don't know, three days stay in a super fancy hotel, you go there, and you're there for three days. And that's it. That's not traveling, when I'm traveling, I want to be there, I want to, I want to feel the country, I want to speak his language, I want to know the culture I want to be and you know, be there for at least three weeks to, you know, one month, one month and a half, to fully immerse myself in their culture, and that it's a form of luxury, which sometimes can actually cost a lot less than your super fancy five star hotel travels, right? So it really I think depends on our value in life. If it, you know, comes straily about you know, just the money and all that yeah, it's just about minimalism means you spend less money, and luxury means you spend more money, but we have different types of luxuries and different types of luxuries bring different types of you know, for example, experiences in life, which is why we should look at this issue somehow subjectively and divide it into different groups of luxuries in different groups. It could be extremely wealthy, and drive fancy cars and you know, drive, get a private jet, but be financially minimalistic, or sorry, be educationally minimalistic, or be physically minimalistic. This means that you don't take care of your body, for example, I don't have time to learn new things, and All you think about is to make more money. And at the end of the week, you say, Well, I'm gonna go to church have a good time I get my Bible, that's all one thing. So this is one lifestyle, this guy lives a very, very high quality, luxury, you know, lifestyle in terms of how he spends his money. But in terms of education, and in terms of health, this person is minimalistic, because he has no time for an ability to shape or improving, you know, perhaps his or her knowledge, right? At the same time, you could have a college kid who has a lot of time in the world for, you know, building a good shape and learning a lot of things but might not have enough money for traveling or buying, you know things right. So generally, I personally, as I've already mentioned, I'm not generally a fan of luxury in his traditional sense, because luxury generally is pretty much about showing off, right? Look at me, look at what I got. And I personally believe that people who try to show off with wealth, especially nowadays, thanks to social media is becoming even more popular. I don't know, you get your show off, you're driving your Lambo. And you take a photo with this, you know, cool thing you got on the yacht in here, or Yeah, I'm an accountant, a junior accountant in this company that I hate, but I'm traveling all the time, take a look at my photos. So these are the things that people tend to show off with which I am against, because I really believe that that can only develop, you know, resentment among those who are less financially fortunate. And ironically, it's not even necessary, because the problem is showing up with money as this money can be transferred to you without you doing anything, you can just inherit that you can just win in the lottery right? And trying to show off with money. And let's be honest, this could just be totally faked. Right, just downright you just, you know, rent a Lambo for two days, that's your entire month's salary, and then you start showing off to create a course on how they can become wealthy. Well, if you want to look at it, you know, basically, as a business point of view, no problem. I mean, you're a scammer No problem, you just got to put your months of salary you earn working in McDonald's, to, you know, take a couple of videos for two days and then create an online course how to become rich. Yeah, you could do that. It's not necessarily an ethical approach to you know, making money, but it is one way to do it. And unfortunately, people who are on social media, you know, do these kinds of things, unfortunately. But in reality, I believe that there are far better ways to show off than just buying luxury, the best, which, of course, is who you are, I think, who you are and how valuable you are, and how much contribution you can make to society are far better signs of how worthy you are than how much money that there are many people in this world. We're not millionaires or billionaires, but who are making great contributions or who have great abilities that can make them stand out and I think focusing on who you are, and your abilities will be a lot more effective means of trying to perhaps show your worth then everybody ready nobody's no one's gonna say like, yeah, I want to do the same thing. I'm a piece of shit that was going to say that the need for self esteem is a basic need as part of it, you know, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, everybody wants to feel that sense of self is everybody wants to feel good about themselves. I am so and of course when that feeling disappears, we have things like depression, suicidal thoughts, and so on. So everybody has to have a self esteem, nobody has to feel good about themselves. And the feedback we get from others definitely does matter. But in the end, you can do that by buying fake Gucci's and pretending to be someone you're not. Or you can simply do it by showing how great you are when it when it comes to painting, or how such a great thinker you are, how such a great athlete you are, how fast you can run or I don't know how well you perform on the stage. When you do your, you know, theatrical plays. There are many ways for us to show our worth. And I think the worst Way to show your worth is by money, because that is probably the, it accomplishes the exact opposite. When a person says, check out my cash, Oh, I got 200,000 in my hand, that's all by the way, like $1 bills, something that you want to get looks so big in front of the camera, I'll look at all these bills in my hand, I'm so rich. Well, what that person is trying to say is look at me. I'm good. Please tell me I'm good. And please love me. That's like the intention behind that, right? Or, alternatively, look at this. I grew up in filth, I came from a shitty background, but now I'm rage. So I'm the only rage and I feel I have a serious complex. So whatever you do, the impact of that will ultimately be negative. Those are like, Who's this idiot, man? Gosh. And sometimes this behavior actually attracts the wrong types of attention, thing criminals who say, Oh, this guy's got some, Where's his location? Oh, see? Or if you're working in business, the tax basically auditors. Oh, wait a minute, let me check this guy's Iris report, ah, this guy recorded only $30,000 of income. But this guy's driving a Lambo, oh, we're gonna go for a new audit. So basically, you end up accomplishing the exact opposite of what you hope for by trying to show up with money. On the other hand, imagine you show off by your ability to play chess, I'm the world's best chess player, no one can take that away from you. I'm show off with my ability to paint well, and I share my photos on Instagram of how such a great painter I am. Well, no one can take that away from you. But money could be stolen from you and could be taken away from you and can simply be faked. Or just got, you know, in order to become great, you know, a chess master, you got to put in the effort. But it can be rich overnight, without working so hard to become a great painter, you're gonna put in a lot of lot of, you know, hours into this to actually reach mastery. And once you get there, nobody can take it away from you, right? That's not the same with money, which is why I am vehemently against luxury, especially the way that we use to show off it just First of all, based on my estimation, most of the people who do show off with money generally aren't either that rich, or even if they are that rich, they probably are lowering their value in the eyes of other people. And but most luxuries are not purchased. I actually had a poster for this a while ago. And I actually looked at those around me, those whose net worth exceeded $100 million, and those who are like in a couple million. And you'll see that as the network comes down, luxury goes up. And as net worth goes up, the luxury comes down to the guy whose net worth is 100 million. You don't see him flashing cool stuff. And even if he has cool stuff, he doesn't show it to anybody. He just maybe some guys really love to drive a Lamborghini. Right? This is like he's a car nerd. Right? He drives his Lambo, but you're never gonna see that photo on his Instagram, right? And the guy who has his entire wealth is $3 million. gets himself I don't know, into trouble by buying two luxury cars and being under debt for many years. Right. Which is why I really consider that approach to you know, luxury to be extremely, basically, probably a great way to show how pathetic you feel and how empty your life is from the inside. Because those who already have the money, they don't really do it. And those who do it, in most cases probably don't have that much money. So just brings it into the whole dilemma back in the you know, the spotlight and how ineffective this bursary is. Pouya LJ 23:26 Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. And I was thinking about, you know, what I am, in this sense as you were talking and I think by default, I am a minimum. I think that might be true of everybody. I don't know, but at least me. I think by default, I'm generally minimalistic. And then I pick and choose. So for example, as you said technology, education health. I definitely i'm not i'm not shy to spend as much as necessary on three. So yeah, I can't think of anything else that is valuable to me personally, right now. I mean, I haven't thought about it too long. But right now that I'm non minimalistic, maybe a little bit luxury about it. Do you have any areas that you spend a lot of time attention money perhaps on besides I don't know, let's say travel? Dan 24:14 Well, you mentioned the first one, by the way, I don't believe if you spend money on things you're passionate about that is not you know, showing off that is not you know, luxurious consumption. It's just because of your passion. I told you even if you have a Lamborghini, if you really are crazy. I have some friends who are crazy about cars, man, like, man, check out this. Check out the sound, man. It's so fucking cool, right? So these guys, and they talk about these things, right? This guy, if you really spend money on Lambo, even though it's expensive, that is not a luxury consumption, because this guy's passionate. You see, I consider luxury consumption to be done solely with the purpose of impressing other people, including buying things you don't really believe in, but you feel that gives you that attention. And then is the real. So it's really all about the intention. Bill Gates, loved cars, Bill Gates has a huge collection of cars from the very beginning of his, you know, his career, he still does. He's got many garages full of luxury cars, but not a single person on earth knows that. And not a single magazine has ever shown in brain one of these cars. He intentionally avoids that. You see, this guy is one of the richest men of the world. He's unfortunately, he's not the richest at this moment. But still, the point is this, this guy loved cars. And when he bought these cars, it wasn't for showing off was this. He's, you know, he's just quite crazy about these things, right? The same thing goes with anything else you can spend money on, you know, and spend big bucks on things you really are passionate about. But the question is, what is your intention? when I'm traveling? First of all, I don't even actually post a lot of these Oh, I'm here I'm there is location things often do? We don't travel that much. And number two, I don't even announced, you know, recently that much. Why? Because when I'm traveling, I'm not doing that to say, Oh, yeah, I'm traveling Check. Check this out. Because I from from a person that's like a lifestyle, right? The other thing I knew I spend money on is perhaps clothing and accessories. And again, that's purely because of a personal interest, not because I want to say oh, I spend a lot of nice branch. No, because I like the students, I believe that most men dress like shit. And I don't like that. I think that men should change their approach towards dressing. And if I could be a role model and help other men to change their salad dressing and pay a little bit more attention, not to dress like their grandpa's, maybe that'll be a good thing. But that's just for me personally, right? It's just a personal passion. But I have zero interest in things like luxury cars, or luxury brands, or I don't know, oh, check this out. I got this cool washing here. Yeah, I will have a decent watch a couple of them. But that's it. It's not just you know, to say, oh, check this out, by the way. Oh, what time is it? Man? Oh, that's right. It is 30 minutes to Rolex, good seeing ya. So that's not going to be like, I mean, that's just so pathetic when I hear these things. So I am vehemently against those types of luxuries, pretty much almost all of them. And when it comes to education, I have no lunch. I don't care about the price tag of anything education. Well, there's a seminar, whether it's an educational course, you do give me the price, I don't know, half a million dollars for this course, I'll take it no problem, because for me, education is always an investment. I see it as investment as soon as it tripling that money. So if I put a half a million under education, I'm gonna get a minimum a million, you know, and 500,000 back, right. For that reason, for education, I have no limits. Because for me, you can never learn something too much. Right? So that is just about the personal balance. And for me, that's what matters. So if I wanted to say, to which things I spend money on, you can actually check out you know, know these things by looking at your bills, because I literally do this. Each month, I look at you know, all my expenses, I use all of my, you know, bank accounts for different countries to see what actually spent money on. And it almost always comes down to education. It comes down to health and fitness, you know, healthy food, high quality nutrition, and supplements and vitamins, all that stuff, which I for me, there's no limit, health, healthcare, investing doctors at getting appointments, checkups. And of course, for things that directly helped me like traveling, clothing and so on. But I rarely spend money on things that are absolutely useless. Because for me, that's not going to change me, right? It's not going to make my life better. And if I ever do it, I'm doing it with the intention of impressing others. And that always backfires. Because the worst way to get other people's admiration is to do it directly. Like, oh, tell me I'm so great. Check out my car. Oh, I'm a piece of shit. I feel empty from the inside. Please tell me I'm good. Please look at my Lambo. Oh, no, please like it too. This only shows a big hole inside of you. Right? So any purchase I make? I make because of me not because I want to show it off, or because I want others to say wow. Because I believe that the best way to make up your mind about your expenditure is to ask yourself, Is it for me to actually want to buy anything? I'm pretty sure he did not buy those cool gadgets for mining because you wanted to show off that Oh, check out No, you want it for you. You spend money for education because of you. And when you spend money because of you because of utility and really what you are passionate about that is I think the right expense. But unfortunately, a lot of times we don't buy things because we wanted for us. Many people prefer basically Android to iPhone, but they have to buy an iPhone because that's you know, that's going to be cool. Or I myself, I always get the latest iPhones because I love iPhone, but I never buy the pro version. Why? Because I hate to say like, Oh, my camera got my camera got three lenses and yours got only two. That's just so pathetic, which is why I intentionally always buy the latest iPhone but I always buy the basic version to make sure that it's not a luxury expense. I just use it for utility for the latest hardware for the latest, you know, benefits that comes with the latest iPhone, but I never go for these pro pro max all these crap basically Why? Because my intention is always one thing utility not show up with money. Pouya LJ 30:15 Alright, I think that sums it up. That's that's a perfect way too. perfect place to stop. Is there anything you want to add? Or? We're good? Dan 30:23 Well, that was a very special man. And I enjoy talking with you about these two things, we really are the question, we have this luxury approach to life. And we have this minimalistic. And as we probably know, the best approach is somewhere in the middle, I don't recommend our lives, like Daniel said, I should have abandoned Okay, I'm going to live in a cave. I'm going to drink goat's milk for the next two years. So that is not of course, effective. Right? money should be spent. That's how economies function. But the question is, why do you spend that money? So next time you made a purchase? It was I don't know, whatever item you wanted to purchase order online, ask yourself, Am I doing this for me? Or am I doing this to impress other people? Do I really need a you know, for example, the latest and the, you know, the most expensive version of this item? Or is it just to say that I have it right. And above all, please be aware of the prices manage your budget, maybe this item is really cool. But you have to have money left for savings for investments and other things. You know, living by the formula of wealth implies that you must always make sure that your expenses are less than your income. Most of us were the exact opposite. We always spend what we earn. And if our income goes up, we increase our consumption. And that's why most of us are never going to get rich. So ask yourself, have I saved enough money for a future in retirement or for some investment where we're buying real estate or buying stocks or investing in cryptocurrencies, whatever it is, or now, I just all my friends have the latest promax I want to get the promax to even though my entire salary this month. But Dude, that's a huge mistake. You can make that you know, purchase right now. But you're going to regret that a couple months down the line when the rent is due, and you don't have the cash and after what people you don't like. So you're gonna hate your job, you're gonna do some job you hate just to have that friggin phone. Are you kidding me? So for that reason, be aware of what your budget really is, like, make wise decisions. And always ask yourself, am I buying this for me? am I buying this because I want a certain type of reaction from other people. Because if you buy it for you, that's always okay. No problem. But unfortunately, a lot of our purchases, especially the ones that are luxury, are not for us, we're not really doing that because we need it or because we want it or even because we like it. I know people who hate sports cars, but they have to, you know, keep up with the Joneses. Because this other guy who's also a banker has it, so why not? And they hate it. They like oh gosh, this card is so fast. And so should I hate it. You know what, I gotta keep the image. So ask yourself is really from your for the other people. Because the worst thing you can do in your life, is to buy things you don't need. With the money, you don't have to impress the people you don't even like that's like the worst side of you know, capitalism. And please, if you're now listening to us avoid this approach as much as possible. Pouya LJ 33:17 Okay, no, that was great. I think that makes a lot of sense. I think you should live by that every day of the week and every week of the year. Alright, thanks again, Dan, for joining us for another fantastic conversation. My pleasure. And thank you everybody for listening and tuning in. And if you have any thoughts, feel free to share it with us. You know where you know how. All right until later episode. Have a good day.
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Tune in now and don't forget to sign up for www.solciety.co!Speaker 1 (00:03):Welcome to the Solarpreneur podcast, where we teach you to take your solar business to the next level. My name is Taylor Armstrong and went from $50 in my bank account and struggling for groceries to closing 150 deals in a year and cracking the code on why sales reps fail. online teach you to avoid the mistakes I made and bringing the top solar dogs, the industry to let you in on the secrets of generating more leads, falling up like a pro and closing more deals. What is a Solarpreneur you might ask a Solarpreneur is a new breed of solar pro that is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve mastery. And you are about to become one what's up SolapreneursSpeaker 2 (00:42):Taylor Armstrong. Here we are back with another great week, another awesome week of content for the podcast. So before we get into the show today, you are going to learn how to recruit more quality reps, how to stop losing reps. And we're going a little, get a little podcast preview for the week. What else do we have coming up here? So before we dive into that, I wanted to have a rather ask a special request. We are at 96 reviews on iTunes, on podcasts. And my goal is I want to get to a hundred reviews. So if you could please do me a favor, we need four more, who are my four players that are, that are going to come in clutch. I need four superstars to go and leave me an awesome review. And then we're done no more reviews after that. I'm just kidding.Speaker 2 (01:36):You can be number one oh one if you want, but I would really appreciate it. If you could go leave a review and let's get to a hundred reviews, let's change some lives and then also share the podcast. If it has helped you so special request, please do me a favor, help me out. Yeah, but besides that, we've got a great week of content here at Solarpreneur. Today, we're going to be talking a little bit about recruiting. Some things you can do to improve on that and actually really kind of the focus of the week because our special guests we have coming on later in the week is River Skinner. You may have seen him. He's big on Instagram. He's got a podcast and we've got them coming up later this week on the show. So I'm stoked to have him. Um, and he actually spoke at door to door Fest in Dallas, that I was at a few weeks back at the time of this recording, he had dropped some serious value on us and shared some ways that we can recruit shared some things that he does, um, have helped him win awards for being top recruiter.Speaker 2 (02:41):Um, recruit a team of, I think he had 75 reps at one point huge teams. So he has some serious secrets he's going to share with us. You don't want to miss out on the next one. So today I'm going to kind of give an update on a few things that happened on the recruiting front here in my office, in San Diego, and then just kind of preview a few things. Give my thoughts on a few things that actually River spoke at the events and hopefully get you excited to go hear what the next episode brings. So let's get into it. Um, this week on the recruiting front, I had sort of a loss good and bad. Um, so the bad news is we lost one of our top dudes to another team, but the good news is he is still on, um, in our office.Speaker 2 (03:30):He's just on the north team. Um, so what happened was, um, he he'd been working with us for awhile. He might listen to this. So hopefully me saying this will get them to come back and join our team again. But he'd been working with us for a while, was doing good, having some successes, we got them trained up. Um, but we have, um, he did live more in the Northern area. So he'd started hanging out with guys from the north team, which is fine. Well, yeah, we're in San Diego, we got north NSL team. Um, it's more just the names of the team. We've got guys living in all parts of San Diego, but he started spending time going to the gym with the enemy. Just kidding. They're not enemies, but hard or north part of the team, a few guys, he was going to the gym with them, spending more time with them.Speaker 2 (04:24):And um, then he approached me actually last week and he said, Taylor, um, Hey man, I appreciate all you've done. Um, yeah, I love the training I've gotten from you. But, um, I just feel like partly because of area and then partly, um, because I've been spending a lot, a lot of time with the Northern guys and they've been coming to some of my closes, things like that. Um, I just feel like it makes more sense to me to go on the north team. I want to hop on their team and um, their closing style. I really like, it's been vibing with me and that's what I wanna do. So I'm like, all right. Um, yeah, I mean, it's the same team at the end of the day, so yeah, you can do whatever. And I was a little bitter about it, all knit, um, tried to be cool, but I was a little bitter.Speaker 2 (05:14):I was like inside. I was like, what the heck? We've trained. You, we've helped you get some successes. Why you want him to go on the other team? And I got to thinking about why did he actually want to join the team? Is he just saying like, is actually because of what he said or why they want to? And I know partly it's because of the reasons he told me, but at the end of the day, I started thinking and I'm like, man, if I would have provided them more value by what I helped him have more success. Um, and he saw that I was the reason he was getting success. Um, my training was delivering more value than anything else. There's no way you would've switched. There's no way. Cause if we can help guys achieve level of levels of success that they haven't seen before, then they're not going to leave.Speaker 2 (06:04):If we can help them feel like family, help them feel part of something bigger than themselves, they're not going to leave. So that's a mistake I made is I failed to give him enough value. I failed to make him, um, feel like family and he wanted to go to the other team. And part of it was because he's good friends with these other guys. I mean, he's going to the gym with him. Um, I actually lost another recruiting battle. Um, a few months back, I was trying to get my, uh, I guess you call my cousin-in-law. I don't know my cousin's husband. He was trying to decide between pest and solar. And um, I'm like, bro, you gotta come do solar. Anyone that knows anything knows solar is where the money is that it's where people want to be. We got people switching from pests all the time.Speaker 2 (06:55):That's what I, I came from. And um, when I was talking to him and he's like, yeah, Taylor, that makes sense. Um, he agreed that he could make a lot of money. There's more potential to make bigger money. Um, but then he left and at the end of the day it's cause he had like four or five buddies selling pest control. That's a big factor too. Sorry to get off on a little tangent there. But if you can help guys just, um, feel like they're part of a family, become their friends and get that environment. Then it's very unlikely that they're going to leave. So I think that's a huge thing that people forget about. Okay. And so speaking of those things, I want to go over three, just points that I feel will help, help you. Number one, recruit more and then help you.Speaker 2 (07:42):Number two, retain the, the guys you do recruit. And some of these are going off of what River shared in his, um, in his presentation at the event. So you'll hear a little bit more of these in depth, um, on the next episode too, but I've got three points. Okay. And I want to get into them here. So number one is add value and focus on becoming a better leader. Hey, so River talked about this. How, if you can focus on becoming a great leader, first focus on becoming a great performer, then you're going to naturally bring in quality recruits. And he talked about the reticular activating system, which if you guys aren't familiar with that, that's basically the part of your brain that, um, recognizes things. So for example, um, probably a lot of people have heard when you're going to buy a specific car, a Tesla or something.Speaker 2 (08:37):You start noticing all the Teslas. A recent example for me is I started doing this, um, program 75 hard, which a lot of you have probably heard of. And right when I started doing it, I suddenly, I started seeing way more people around me doing the same challenge on social media guys. I never recognized, um, their posts. Um, I started seeing 75 heart everywhere. And so what does that have to do with recruiting? If you can focus on becoming a better leader, then you're going to start district and I, as leaders, you're going to start to recognize those traits. If you're developing those leadership qualities, those leadership traits within yourself, you're going to start to recognize those and other potential recruits. You see, Hey, and so how can you do, how can you, um, become a better leader? Well, that's um, yeah, that's a topic for another episode, but you know, focus on reading leadership books, um, focusing, focus on improving yourself, um, yeah.Speaker 2 (09:42):Practice leadership in other, um, and other things you do. Um, guys go to church guys, go to, um, different classes, things like that. How can you be the leader in those settings? That's one way you can do it. Okay. But example that River gave, um, two that can directly correlate to your recruiting is just cheer other people on, Hey, Rivers being on this, he would go and, or he'd still does all the time on social media. He'll add people on Facebook, Instagram, people that are in the industry, different companies, all that and cheer on their wins. This is something that I started doing when River talked about this. I mean, add me at other people in the industry. Um, guys are posting when they're closing deals, Hey, 12 kilowatt system closed today. And naturally I want to be like, dang, I wish I could have closed that a big deal, but try to change that attitude, change it from the jealousy and cheer those people aren't on, Hey, you're going to gain more respect.Speaker 2 (10:45):And that's one way to also practice your leadership skills here. The second point that's very important River also talked about in his presentation is be vulnerable, practice being vulnerable. And it's something that I do. That's why I share my losses too. In the podcast, you guys know, I make a lot of mistakes trying to improve every day, but it's important. Share your losses too. What things do you need to work on? And you see a lot of guys on social media that make this mistake. They're all about posting the pictures in the lamb bows, posting them with the gold chains, with the money flying up in the air, all that stuff. If that's all you're posting, then you're yeah. You're missing a huge opportunity in attracting those people that want to see your faults, your weaknesses too. People love hearing the juicy details. People love hearing what your failures failures are.Speaker 2 (11:41):And I know that because when I've shared my failures, guess what? It gets way more comments, way more people dm'ing me, shoot me comments. Then if I post my successes, believe it or not. In fact, I've had just this last week, I had two or three calls with guys. It's, I'm wanting to hear about some of the programs. We have a sole solciety, shameless plug. If you want to go check it out. But some programs and guys that wanted to potentially come work with us in San Diego, they hit me up. And that was, um, probably the biggest compliments I received. So appreciate those guys that I talked to. And um, yeah, they just said, Hey, I like how you share your losses. I like how you share everything that's going on. Um, it makes me feel like I can trust you a lot more than these guys that are just posts and closing deal after deal.Speaker 2 (12:33):Um, nothing never going wrong. And that's the other thing, establishes trust. Cause we all know guys that are just flashing their Lambo is flip, flashing their wins all the time. They've got losses to Hey, but if, if they can share it, then we're going to trust them. We're naturally an example. This is, um, I'm big in the click funnels. That's kind of a marketing community. Um, but a lady that had spoken at several of these ClickFunnels events that I went to her name's Natalie Hodson and what she did, she sold, I think it was 4 million of a $37 product online, which is insane bonkers. And the way she did it is she basically posted a video of her peeing, your pants, like after a workout or like mid workout and her kind of hook for it was, Hey I'm um, I recently gave birth. Um, and you can see here, I actually just peed my pants during this workout.Speaker 2 (13:36):And so I've compiled a product to help you. So you don't pee your pants for all the pregnant mothers or people that recently gave birth. And everyone just bought this $37. It was like an eBook or something. Everyone bought it. She had self herself herself. And it was just because she had like her message. She had her message of vulnerability. So think of ways you can do that as you're recruiting. How can you share the losses any next time? You're in an interview next time you're talking to someone about the job, be real with them, share your losses, share things that, um, that maybe they don't want to hear. Okay. Cause if you can be real with them, that's how we're going to establish that trust. Hey, and then the last point is do something that makes you stand out is another thing that River talked about is he went and he closed nine deals in a day.Speaker 2 (14:29):Some you might've seen him. Um, he documented it. He set up all these deals on a Saturday, he was working from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM and he had just backed back, back to back deal after deal. And he ended up closing. I mean, his goal was like 12 or something out of the day, but you close nine, which is incredible. And um, yeah, he told us that when he did that and when he compost that fee, um, he looked at like his post stats and he was getting like, I think triple or quadruple the views they normally got on just like his regular posts he was making because he did something incredible. He did something great. Okay. So for those that are trained, you attract recruits or especially, you know, use social media to recruit and get people wanting to come join your organization. Think what can you do?Speaker 2 (15:21):That's going to blow some people's nines. Hey, can you go close nine deals in a day? And it doesn't have to be incredible as that, but maybe it's, I don't know, doing like a cold bath challenge. Okay. Earl Kapule one of our guests. He does these cold bath challenge where he goes and jumps in ice baths for five minutes. Um, maybe it's um, I dunno, talking to 50 homeowners in a day, maybe it's knocking from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM in a day. All these things are, I mean, just something that most people aren't doing, what can you do to turn some heads? And if you start thinking that way, how can you, or, um, you will be able to attract some attention and you will be able to, um, get people, you know, hitting you up and saying, Hey, what do you got going? How you pulling this off?Speaker 2 (16:14):Okay. So that's the flip side of it be vulnerable, but then also think of things you can do to, um, to really, you know, turn some heads, get some eyeballs, think of some big accomplishment, some feet you can do. Hey, so that's the tips. And again, you'll hear more about these things when we get into river's episode. So don't miss out. That's coming up here in a few days. So hop on that one, but let me know what you thought of this. Let me know. Um, if you guys appreciate the content like this and we will see you on the next one, don't forget. Please hit me up with four more reviews. If you wouldn't mind five ads and value. 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