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Real estate investment coach Edna Keep joins True Multifamily to talk about the value of working with a coach as well as how she ended up with 50 doors in 18 months and an $800,000 net worth increase in the books after signing up for a year-long mentorship with Robert Kiyosaki. As the creator of the 90 Days to 5K Mastermind Program, Edna empowers real people to build real wealth, buy their next property, and scale their businesses. Edna gave up a $250k income as a financial advisor to do this full-time so she can be by your side to show you how to do the same thing, every step of the way. Today, Edna shares the strategy behind the program and some inspiring success stories from the people she worked with. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: How she got from single family into the multifamily space The power of working with a coach Why you need to have a system in place Seeing challenges and opportunities in different markets How she's organizing things through her managing partners Getting to the right mindset Episode Highlights: The Power of Working with a Coach and Following a System Having a coach helps you get past a lot of your fears, especially when it relates to money and the things that could go wrong. Having somebody to hold your hand and walk you through that process is very powerful. There are lots of resources out there – Facebook Lives, books, and mini-courses – and you can use any of those. But if you don't have a system to follow, you're going to be all over the map and you won't get anything done. In the same way that there are so many ways to invest in real estate. But you have to pick one way, master it, and then learn all kinds of things from there. Otherwise, if you're all over the map, you're never going to get anywhere. Getting to the Right Mindset We've got to have a mindset that we just have to get through those challenges to get to the opportunity. Where people fall down is thinking, anywhere in life, that they're not going to have challenges. But there's going to be more challenges the more we grow and the bigger we get. We need to grow mentally to be able to handle challenges and come out as a winner on the other side. And if you haven't had any challenges, you're not even growing as a person. Hence, challenges are put in front of us so that we can grow and get better. As Jim Rohn says, "Don't wish for less challenges, just wish you were better to handle them." Resources Mentioned: www.ednakeep.com
Are you having trouble with getting your leads to convert? In this episode, Mike Filsaime talks about the software that he developed and sold for $20K at 16 years old and how he came up with a business idea that resulted in a $75K profit on his very first month. Listen in to learn how customers think and behave, and the keys to growing a strong customer base. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE How to build an effective email marketing list Skills you need to become a great salesperson A formula to determine the income of your business The three things you should look for in a mentor The four qualities of a profitable and fulfilling business RESOURCE MENTIONED Marketers Cruise ABOUT MIKE FILSAIME After running one of the largest auto dealerships in the U.S.A, Mike Filsaime decided to follow his vision and create software designed to eliminate the pain and frustration of running an online business. His visionary ideas coupled with talented developers and designers have delivered game-changing software for countless online businesses. Following his passion, Mike Filsaime's companies have generated over $175 Million. Historically, Mike was responsible for a number of well-known "classic" software platforms, such as WebinarJam, EverWebinar, Kartra, DealGuardian, Butterfly Marketing, EvergreenBusinessSystem, and PayDotCom. Mike is now the CEO and Co-Founder of prestigious GrooveDigital™, Inc., the fastest-growing software platform for digital and e-commerce marketers. CONNECT WITH MIKE Website: www.groove.cm Facebook: GROOVE.cm® Official — Groove CRM Platform, Funnels, Pages, Email, eCommerce CONNECT WITH US Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://marcokozlowski.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realmarcokozlowski/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marco.kozlowski/
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“Making sure that I'm investing my time and resources into my own learning and development I think has been probably the biggest takeaway for me growing this thing.”Our guest today is Dr. Addie Reinhard. Dr. Reinhard is the founder of MentorVet a program established to help early career veterinarians learn important skills to help them succeed in the first years past graduation. We talk about her passion for veterinary medicine and why she believes leadership and mentorship are so critical to the wellbeing of the profession. We also chat about the Veterinary Leadership Conference and learn about two different presentations she will be giving. It's a great conversation and we can't wait to share this journey with you! Remember we want to hear from you! Please be sure to subscribe to our feed on Apple Podcasts and leave us a ratings and review. You can also contact us at MVLPodcast@avma.org You can also follow us on Social Media @AVMAVets #MyVetLife #MVLPodcastTo learn more about the Veterinary Leadership Conference visit avm.org/vlc
In this episode, Managing Director of Sagesse Lumiere, Dr. C. Adam Callery, talks about small In businesses in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Dr. Callery talks about the implications of the pandemic on future business strategies, the importance of agility, and understanding cashflow. How often should a business of any size check their financial status? Hear about some emerging trends, three critical activities for success, how Dr. Callery helps other entrepreneurs, and get his valuable advice, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “Never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end.” “If you want to be successful moving forward, you have to be ready for these unexpected changes.” “You can't be afraid to act fast, but you don't want to be reckless.” “You have to take a step back sometimes and attack a problem formally.” “I cannot just assume that because my bank account has money in it that I'm actually in a good position.” “You have to position yourself, or maybe carve out specific time, for you to really learn your industry.” “You have to be close enough to the operations to know what's going on.” “It is extremely important, whether you're an existing business owner or a new business owner, to truly understand what cashflow means.” “You can do it. You can actually be an entrepreneur. Just go out and do it.” “Bring people around you who have the knowledge that you need, because you're not going to know everything, and if you adapt that knowledge, you'll be successful.” More about Dr. Callery Dr. Callery is an entrepreneur and higher education educator. For the past eleven (11) years, Dr. Callery has worked directly with the start-up and emerging business communities at a national level. For ten of the eleven years, Dr. Callery has held the roles as facilitator and trainer for two (2) nationally recognized small business growth programs, the US Small Business Administration's Streetwise MBA Program in Chicago and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program. His company, Sagesse Lumiere, a small business coaching and consulting firm, was established seven years ago to complement the work he was doing in these programs. To date, Dr. Callery has advised over one thousand small business founders while participating within the national programs cited above. Dr. Callery, as a coach and consultant, works with small business owners on approaches to effectively build value by deploying new business practices and processes to improve financial performance and operational efficiency. Prior to working with small business owners as a business coach, Dr. Callery worked for several Fortune 1000 companies such as IBM, Dow/Dupont, Pepsi, United Airlines, and First National Bank of Chicago. His broad industry experience has prepared him to be a capable business consultant. Since leaving the corporate arena, he has become a trusted advisor for many small business founders. As a higher education educator, he has served as an Associate Dean for workforce development programs and currently works as a tenured faculty member for Harold Washington College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago. Dr. Callery has earned a Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology; a Master of Business Administration from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and a Doctorate in Higher Education from National Louis University, Chicago. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Small Business, COVID-19, Research, Success, Cashflow, Entrepreneurship, Mentorship, Finance Resources: The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program WSC1998: AVOIDING THE BLUES FOR AIRLINE TRAVELERS To learn more, follow Dr. Callery at: Website: https://sagesselumiere.com Twitter: @callerysagesse Instagram: @callery_sagesselumiere LinkedIn: Dr. C. Adam Callery Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:03 Hi, Dr. Callery. Welcome to the podcast. It's an honor to have you on. So thanks so much for joining me. 00:10 I'm so happy to be here. And so glad you invited me to attend your podcast. 00:14 Oh, this is great. And you know, like I said in the, in the intro, you were our lead instructor for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program. So I owe a lot of my being a therapist and having to be a business owner to now being a business owner who happens to be a therapist to you and the rest of the staff and business advisors. It was really life changing. So thank you so much. 00:40 Well, I think I thank you for being a participant in the program. It's a hard program, we asked a lot of you for an extended period of time. And I have to say, I cannot do it solely by myself. It really is just a good strong team that covers so many different areas of business management that's needed for most small business owners. So I'm just having to have good people around me, that helps make the process very smooth. 01:05 Yeah, absolutely. And today, we are going to talk about sort of small business owners, and the effects of COVID-19, which we have been in for the last 18 months and doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon. But we are back to work. There are mitigation factors in place. But now, how do we position ourselves for the long term in this new world? So my question is, what are some of the lessons you have learned over the past 18 months? And what are the implications for your future business strategies? 01:50 Well, I think that's a great question. Because myself, I'm also a business owner, I am a small business coach. And I would have to say for the last 18 months, that's been a question that's been raised many times, I can think back to March, when we first moved into COVID. Everything shut down. And to be honest, it seemed very dark at that time. And then for the next three to four months, I was working with a lot of small business owners, and we were having those discussions, what are what's next, you know, how do I get out of this. And in fact, if you started to look at the newspaper, you'll see headlines saying this is the worst crisis since the depression or behind closed doors, there's calamity. And when you read those phrases, it actually diminishes your ability to be a leader, and organizer of your business. And so what I had to do as a coach started having different discussions and say, we must look forward. And the way I did that was having a time with individuals to stop and say, Hey, if we take a look at the Great Depression, or the great recession of 2008, those same phrases were being said then, yet, we were still standing in 2020. So we have to believe that we're going to pass through this period as well. And so the discussion became, how do we do that, and in most cases, and then bring back or I should say, shorten your horizon from looking out two to three years, to just make it now bring it down to three months down the six months, make it manageable, it was easier for you to see out three months, it's easier for to see how six months, and then just be very tactical. And so during that last quarter of 2020, through the beginning of the initiation of 2021, many of the conversations with business owners have centered on that, how can we focus on some short tactical goals that keep the lights on, they keep my current employees satisfied, so they stay with me to make sure the customers I do have still like the services are providing or the product that they're buying from us. Therefore, we have to maintain the same level of quality. So just being very tactical that way. And then hopefully, when we're on the other side, we can then return to a posture where we're thinking longer term. 04:06 And all that, to me just sounds like a small business owners that we have to be really agile, and we have to be able to pivot. And so can you speak to a little bit more about agility as a business owner, and how we can foster that if it's something that we're not used to? 04:28 Well, agility, you know, it's a strong word, right? So it means that we're flexible. But again, coming through this COVID period, it didn't seem like flexibility existed. Everywhere I turned, something was shutting down. So I've seen closer to the end, then something that was gonna be an opportunity in the future. And I came across a quote, it came out of the book called Good to Great. That was written in 2001. And I wrote it down someone just read it verbatim because it's a unique quote, but I think it addresses issue. It says never confused. That you will prevail in the end. So that saying this thing of, I have faith that I'm going to win, I have faith that my business is going to win, it's going to be successful, and I'm gonna make a lot of money from it, or I'm going to be fame, I'm going to become famous from it, you have this faith, you got to have this confidence, that's probably a better word, I got to have the confidence that I will make it through. But here's what the rest of the quote says it says, I can never lose that confidence. However, I must have the discipline to confront the most brutal acts of your current reality. So the current reality of 2020 was, everybody's impacted at the same time, my competitors, my peers, people across the ocean, everyone is getting hit with this calamity. So now I have to think out of the box, and I also have to think very practically, so that's where the agility comes in, I didn't have a lot of time to wait six months to see if it's gonna work, because I may not be here. So I may have to take some cost cutting measures that are going to be very draconian, but necessary, I may have to talk to my staff and negotiate with them, and maybe get them to take a cut and pay, letting them know I'm trying to keep everyone alive here, I may have to talk to my customers in a different way and find out, are you still here? You know, are you still viable, because my customer is also impacted by this. So then I can sort of forecast what my sales potential could be. Because many of the customers went out of business for many of my clients. So agility means that you are being sorry, that you're focusing on today. And you're being very practical, very tactical, you're using your experiences, from your I should say, your past experiences as a business leader, and a business owner. But you also are willing, and here's the key, you are willing to take in advice from subject matter experts who are in your industry, and also outside your industry to help you navigate this because this was so unknown, a lot of unknown territory that we were crossing through. 06:55 Absolutely. And I would also think that in that time, I'll use the example of the physical therapy profession, but kind of acknowledge acknowledging emerging trends during this time. So for the physical therapy world, certainly here in New York City, we were close, literally shut down ghost town from March to almost June or July of 2020. So what do you have to do to keep things going? So the emerging trend was telehealth? Yeah, telehealth has been a trend and it has been coming up and coming up. But I think as a PT, if you didn't acknowledge that that trend existed, and didn't hug that trend, like it's your best friend, you you were in trouble, right? So what other kinds of trends Did you see within the small business world that people had to acknowledge and embrace in order to not only bring them through 2020. But I'm sure a lot of those trends have continued well into this year. 07:56 I agree 100%, the hardest trend, and I don't know if I can call it a trend, that's probably more of an action, the action that I may have to return to what I was before. And what I mean by that is, maybe we're a sizable business, you had 50 employees, or maybe employees and contractors working for you that accounted for about 50 people that you're responsible for, had a fairly good customer base that you're working with COVID hits and everything shuts down. Now, you may have to go back to what you were three years earlier, that's when you started the business where you were a smaller company, not as nimble because you were smaller, but you were very focused and very targeted. And that was the trend, I was saying that people say I'm at the roll back to where I was before. And that by rolling back doesn't mean I'm failed, which is another trend element. It doesn't mean I'm failing, it means I had to adjust, you know. So it's realizing that businesses aren't always going to go up with hockey stick and grow, grow, grow, grow without interruption, that there will be these troughs. And if I hit a trough, I may have to back up a little bit. In this case, people have to back up a lot. A great example of that would be the restaurant community. Here in Chicago, I've seen it all over where people physically had to change the menu, they may have 30 items on the menu. And they just took duct tape and started covering over things and reduce the menu down to something that they could manage based on staff based on a cost of the ingredients based on just pure demand, because now they're doing just takeout services, no longer doing to sit in services. why they do that, because I have to still pay the rent, I still have to pay some utilities, I still have to pay something. So I have to have some money coming in. And I want to be here for the next day. So I may have to swallow deeply. And Take another deep breath and say I have to go back to where I was maybe when I started the business so I can survive this period not knowing if you remember not knowing back in April, how long is this going to go? Because the predictions were two months, six months, two years, five years. Nobody knew. So You had to be very specific and very intentional about how far you will go back in time in order to survive and be here for the future. 10:09 Yeah, I mean, gosh, back in March, when New York City shut down, I was like, ah, six or eight weeks, we'll 10:15 be back up and running. Let's see, 18 months later, 10:21 not quite back to where we were. But getting closer. But to your point, yeah, I thought it would just be like six or eight weeks. And this will be a little adjustment that I'd have to make in my business. But it, it actually turned into a long term adjustment that I love. And I'm glad now that it's part of my business. So that ability to pivot quickly actually turned into a big positive for my company, because now I can actually see more people because I don't have to see them in person. 10:51 I agree. I agree. And I stole something else out to you. It's not so much of a trend, but it's probably a revelation. So we know a lot of business owners have different backgrounds, and they come from different walks of life. And so if we put an academic hat on, we have individuals coming out of MBA programs, and they have knowledge around business. The key is what does an MBA program teach? What MBA program teaches is that you need to go out and look at the environment that you're in. So that means you research on what some of these latest trends are. When we have a situation like COVID, I know many business owners typically don't worry about what the trends are, they worry more about what's going on in their daily environment in their community, and their marketplace, and they're just focused on can I sell something tomorrow, I think COVID has opened up a new reality that if you want to be successful moving forward, you have to be ready for these unexpected change as well. How can I reduce the number of unexpected changes, I start to do some research, I start to do some reading in my industry and also outside of my industry. So I can see those trends that you were talking about earlier. So telemarketing has been or tele health rather, has been around for a long time. People talk about it, but it wasn't economically feasible. Then when I need it, those who knew about it jumped on it. So but I had to know about it, I needed to have that information. So this is an important time as business leaders now to say, what else do I need to know? Do I need to join my industry associations? Do I need to go out and and go to conferences, go to particular training programs, where I can start to learn about what is going on around me so I can be better equipped for the next situation may not be a pandemic? Or it could be droughts, if you're out west? Who knows? It's going to be something so how can I be prepared for the next something? 12:39 Yeah, because you know, something that you had brought that you brought up in our kind of communication before we recorded this is and I like this phrase you put in quotations, you can't be afraid to act fast. But you don't want to be reckless. Yes, yeah, right. And so by doing the research, you can act quickly, and not in a reckless manner. Because you know where you are, you know, what the industry is holding, and you've got that research. So you can act quickly with authority. And with some sense of operation. 13:15 I agree. And ask where, you know, we want to say, you want to be intentional. And that's what that word really means. And especially when we're in our programs, we use that word a lot. But it's good to unpack it. So you just mentioned and that reckless, and I'm not trying to be strong willed. So when I'm talking to my employees, I'm trying to hit them over here with a club, but I'm intentional. So I have I know where I want to go, I've taken the time to do some research. So I've set a goal in mind, I've also decided on a path that we can take, but I'm also willing to ask around to see if that's the best path. So that's where I'm not being reckless, I'll go ahead and qualify it by talking to other subject matter experts, talk to other people in the industry and say, This is what I want to do based on my capabilities. What do you guys think? What do you people think? And that can help me then to minimize risk? Because we'll never eliminate it. We're just trying to minimize risk. So we can be successful. 14:10 Absolutely. And so now, we've we've sort of identified research we have we spoke to people, we got advice. Now we want to move forward. So we need some sort of formal operations. So these operations, as you said, they kind of revolve around three critical activities. So can you share with the listeners what those critical activities are, to make that those formal operations successful? 14:38 So I can that'd be beautiful. We've met through the Goldman Sachs program and what I've learned over the last 10 years in that program, is that you have to take a step back sometimes and attack a problem formally. And so we start off with the purpose, what is your business purpose? And what that means, of course, is what do you think? to do in your marketplace, who you're trying to sell to, why you're doing it, why are you actually involved in this work? The second thing we try to do is examine how we actually do the work. And this is the operational piece. So how do we actually do the work? How do we earn our revenues? How do we manage our team? How do we actually produce the product or service? Are we doing it efficiently? And then the last piece I call her reflection, but that's the research piece. I've been doing this for five years, I've been doing it for 10 years, is this the best way to do it now, based on the changes in the business environment, changes in government regulations, changes in social trends, changes in the number of competitors, or the type of competitors that so the three pieces are looking at my purpose? Why did I get into this business? Why do I want to do this or continue to do this kind of work, I look at my model my business model in general, and think about how I currently conduct business and see there's a better way I can do it more efficiently, more effectively. And then last but not least, I have this reflection or research activity that I do continuously continuous learning to make sure I understand my marketplace, understand my industry, understand what's happening with competitors around me also start to probe and find out are my customers still satisfied with what I'm doing? And if not, what do I need to do to reach them? 16:21 Yeah, and I'm glad that you said that you're continuously looking at this, because this isn't something that you do when you start your business, you assess your purpose, your model and solutions and reflect. It's not like you just do it once. Yes. Like how often would you say do you recommend even the business owners that you work with, kind of go through these three critical activities? 16:47 Well, I think we can take the model from the corporates. Now you understand corporations are huge, billion dollar places, but they are billion dollar places for a reason. And that is because they do take the time to annually look at what they do, and assess whether or not is making sense. So if I was any business owner, I don't care what size you are, I would make it a point to say maybe in the fall, that November period, Christmas period, when it's kind of quiet, people focused on vacation or focus on the holidays, you take that time, sit down with your management team and say, hey, let's think about how our last year went. Is there something that we want to do better, right doesn't mean that you did anything wrong? Is there something that I can improve upon? Or are there some new things coming down the pipeline that I need to be aware of, or we'd need to be aware of, that we need to plan for starting in January. So doing an annually isn't a bad practice. And if you do it formally, and you do it every year, it just becomes part of your routine. And you'll start to think about the questions you want to ask each other during those sessions. And you'll be able to flesh out what is happening with the business. In fact, you probably want to go ahead and bring in some of your key employees that sit them around a table, get some insight from them on what they're experiencing, when you're engaging your clients, when they're engaging your suppliers, or if what they see, in general, they may see some things in the market that you have missed. And it's a good time to sit back and get their feedback as well. 18:16 And how often would you say suggest to a business owner small of any size, but let's say a small business owner, to really look at the financials of their business once a quarter every month, every week, every night before you go to bed? Like is there overkill? Or? Or what? What are your thoughts on that? 18:40 That's a tough question is a tough question, right? Because Is there any should you have any limit on when you look at your numbers, because for instance, everybody will tell you, you need to know your numbers. So if I'm sitting in front of an investor, or a banker, they're going to say you need to know your numbers. But I guess the question is, what are they really asking me? They're probably just asking, do you know enough about your numbers to tell me whether or not you're profitable? That's really the question they want to know. And they want you to be able to tell them that, tell them you're profitable in a confident manner. And they can easily see if you're sort of dancing around the question, right? Because you really don't know your numbers today. They can sense that in the way you respond, your eye contact, and so on. So to your direct question, how often should I look, if I put on my accounting hat, we typically look once a month. So every month we take a step back, and we see how the business is performing financially. In order to do that, we probably need to have some type of system in place. That could be a QuickBooks system, or it could be a cell spreadsheet. It depends on the complexity of your business. And that's when we have to define a small business. So small business can be defined as any business with less than 500 employees. That's a big business. But let's say I'm a mom and pop I have less than 10 employees. In fact, I am the key employee and everyone else is a contractor. If I'm that size, once a month is probably still appropriate, I need to take the time to stop. And look, I cannot just assume that because my bank account has money in it, that I'm actually in a good position. So if I take the time, look at it once a month, that's probably enough. The furthest I would like to go out is probably three months, you know, quarterly, but want to go beyond that. Because a lot can happen to a business in two days, let alone in 90 days. And if I'm not keeping track of my numbers, I may find myself in a very dire cashflow position, and maybe find myself going out of business fairly quickly. 20:42 Yeah, excellent advice. Excellent advice. Thank you for that. And you know, as we start to wrap things up, what would be if you could give one or two pieces of advice to let's say, a new small business owner, so their business is less than a year old? What is your best advice for those business owners? 21:04 I think it's extremely important for the person just getting started to do some of the things we're talking about earlier, you have to position yourself or maybe carve out specific time for you to really learn your industry. So that could mean joining an industry association, going to those industry association meetings. So that's gonna take time, read some of their white papers that they generate about your industry. So for instance, I was at one time I was looking at buying a limo service, I love this guy service used to take me to the airport all the time, all his drivers were professional, his cars were clean, well maintained. And all I knew about the business at the time was the fact he took me in a limo to the airport. But that's not knowing the business. So I went ahead, I contacted limo Association, they sent out to me information on the business, you know, on the industry, the cost factors, the maintenance issues, some of the trends in the industry. After reading all those materials, and learning that it was a very highly capitalized business, I realized that it wasn't for me, at that time, still like the business. But I knew I was not in a position where I had enough capital to keep the cars up to spec to meet the requirements of running a limo business. So if I'm starting a business, whatever it is, I need to know as much as possible about that industry and the business model itself. How's the business make money? What are the cost factors? What are the what are the cost influencers, I need to know that like the back of my hand, then when I'm running the business on a day to day, I need to be in the business to see how it really operates. I've met some people that have started a business. And I've started another one that started know when I started another one. And I now ask them I said, Well, how do you possibly run three businesses at the same time? Well, I got people working for me. And what comes to mind is something someone told me many years ago, is that you have to smell the people. And what this is gain from Business School, and the professor was saying, you have to be close enough to the operations to know what's going on. And if you're too far away from it, there's too many things that can happen to the operations that will shut you down. And so if you're just getting started, your focus needs to be in the business and getting the business to a place where it's stable, and is sustainable. That usually means creating cash reserves, that usually means bringing in solid employees, it usually means having a great understanding of your customers so that you know you have returning customers that'll help keep the business afloat. 23:42 Excellent. Thank you so much. I know a lot of people that listen to this podcast or maybe budding entrepreneurs, they've been in business for maybe a year or two. So I think that advice is really great for that group. Now, is there anything have we not covered something that you were like, I want to hit this point during this podcast? 24:02 I think it's important, we haven't used that key phrase. And that's cash flow. It is extremely important whether you are a existing business owner, or a new business owner to truly understand what cash flow means. And so when we talk about cash flow, what it means in general, is that we're talking about the money that's coming in. And that's where most people focus is, Hey, I'm making revenues, things are going well. But you can't just stop there, you got to think about the cash outflow. And people say I write the checks every day, I know how much money is going out. The third piece is timing. You have to think about when the money has to be paid out. When does that liability has to be paid out, and whether or not I'm going to have enough cash on hand to pay it on time. Because once I default on that payment, I'm now in trouble. The bank is knocking at the door. My creditors are knocking at the door, my investors are knocking at the door and I'm going to have problems paying my employees so on and so on. So cash flow is very important. And it's important from the standpoint of you have to truly understand the definition of it. And what it means is inflow is outflow. And it's also timing. When is the money coming in to pay those current debts that I have? Will I run into a situation where I don't have enough coming in to pay those debts? And if I do, what am I going to do about it? Am I going to reach into my personal account and pay it? Am I going to run down to the bank and ask for a line of credit? Do I need to run out and find investors? Who can give me additional cash to help me close that gap? So cash flow is critical? 25:36 Yeah. And I think, as you were saying that the thing that popped into my mind is, ooh, this is why Ponzi schemes ultimately fail. 25:44 Yes, yes. Because the money stops coming in. And their commitments outweigh our Yeah, extend beyond the, the amount of money that's coming in. 25:54 Right. Right. Yeah, that is why a Ponzi scheme fails. And, and I agree that cash flow is so important. And it's something that I didn't really wrap my head around fully until the Goldman Sachs program. You know, I knew like, yeah, money's coming in. But once I started doing cash flow statements, I was like, Ah, okay, yeah. Now I got it. No, I know, I can now I understand this as, as one of the three sisters, you know, your cash flow statement, your balance sheet, and your income statement. 26:32 Exactly, exactly. And it's the cash flow statement, and we never talk about, you talk about it. If you again, be school, we talk about all the time, but most people just stop at the income statement. In particular, they stop at the income side, then when you introduce the balance sheet, I don't see why I really need it. I don't have any assets. But they don't combine the two to come up with the cash flow. And that's what you really want. 26:53 Yeah, yeah. Excellent. All right. Now, where can actually let's talk before we before I asked, Where can people find you? Why don't you talk a little bit more about your business? And how you help other entrepreneurs, your coaching business and what you do to help entrepreneurs? 27:12 Well, what I do is I focus in the business development area, as well as the operations or organizational development area. And what does that mean? So I come in as a business coach, not as a consultant, I sit down with my clients, and we have discussion. So it's like we're doing now and we focus on the issues that are facing them. So in a business development side, for instance, such as a marketing issue, we're not talking about social media, what we're talking about is more around a target market. Have they identified the right persons, or the right audience? When it comes to marketing? Also, you got to think about the delivery of the product and service. Are there some challenges in terms of quality, some challenges in terms of delivery, that they're facing? And then we start to peel back a little bit? And this is where we get into the operations? Why are you having those challenges? Is it a capability issue is a capacity issue, these things have to be fixed, or the marketing, social media really won't matter? So I focus on a business development sort of working backwards? What are you trying to sell? What are you servicing? How are you working with your clients? And what are your business capabilities, what is what is your business capacity, in order to essentially achieve the goals that you've set for the business or to meet your current demand for your customers, those are all very important pieces, because most businesses will suffer or in a trough when they get to that third and fifth year when they try to scale up. And they always find, hey, I have this resource deficit. And I usually think it's money but it's not so much money, it's really capacity and capability, they may not have the right people on hand, they may not have the skill themselves in order to scale up and they need to go back, build up those skills so that they can grow. And that's where the coaching comes in and sort of help the build up those skills. 28:57 Awesome. Now where can people find you? 29:00 Well, they can find me right on the internet. I have a website out there, my, my company has a very unique names, it's called suggests luminaire and will suggest and stores wisdom, and then luminaires light. And so right out there on the internet, I have a web page where you can contact me through that or you can come back contact me through LinkedIn. So I do have a LinkedIn profile out there. That's probably the best way most people will contact me through LinkedIn. And then we'll set up an appointment and we go from there. 29:29 Perfect and we will have direct links to all of that at podcast at healthy wealthy, smart, calm and the Show Notes for this episode, so don't worry if you didn't have a pen you can take it down. totally get it we will have one click direct links to all of that. And now, Dr. calorie for the last question, which is a question I asked everyone, knowing where you are now in your life and in your business, what advice would you give to your younger self 29:57 so what I would tell my younger self I'm fully invested in entrepreneurship, I would tell my younger self is that you can do it, you can actually be an entrepreneur. To be honest, when I came out of school or coming came out of undergraduate, my mind wasn't there, my mind was I had to go through this career track, because that's the only possibility that entrepreneur thing, or that small business thing was just too far out there. You have to literally be born into it. It has to be a legacy relationship in order to start a business. Today, I recognize after meeting so many people in this space, that's really not it is really tied to have any interest. People use the word passion, but I go beyond the same passion, you really have that ambition that you're willing to give all in order to accomplish this. And so I would tell my younger self, that you do have that ability, you do have that ambition, just go out and do it. Bring people around you who have the knowledge that you need, because you're not gonna know everything. And if you adapt that knowledge, you'll be successful. 31:03 And I think that's great advice. And especially for a lot of the physical therapists who listen to this podcast, because so often we graduate, and we think, well, I'll work at a clinic, I'll work at a hospital, I'll do that for 40 years, and then I'll retire. You know, it's like, it's never it. Because in school, we're not really given any entrepreneurial mentorship or classes, you really have to seek it out on your own. And so I think that's great advice for any students listening or newer graduates, who think, Well, my mom wasn't wasn't an entrepreneur, my dad or I don't, I don't have any real role models in my immediate family, but that you can do it if you surround yourself with the right people, and you have the ambition and passion to do it. So I think that is excellent advice. So thank you for that. Well, and thank you again, for coming on the podcast and for being a great instructor in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program, I can put a link up to that too, if people are interested in learning more about the program because it is a life changing program. It was for me and I'm sure as an instructor, it must have been for you as well. 32:13 Oh, it hasn't. It hasn't, I have to say, I never, I never thought I'd have this experience. It's been now going into my 11th year and I've actually set before 1000 business owners never thought that could happen in my wildest dreams and having the ability to have conversations like we're having now. Again, it's opened up my mind to say the The possibilities are limitless in this country when it comes to being able to create something that you want to create. And that's the beauty of it. So it's it's a fantastic opportunity. Fantastic country fantastic. Time, even though it's difficult time, it's a fantastic time to to do something that you want to do. 32:57 Excellent. And on that note, I will wrap things up by saying thank you again and thank you to all of the listeners for tuning in today. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.
On the show today, we have Tony Whatley, a business mentor, speaker, best-selling author, and podcast host. He is best known as Co-Founder of LS1Tech, an online automotive community that grew into the largest of its kind, with over 300,000 registered members, a business sold for millions in only five years after starting. He once led a successful corporate career with over 27 years of experience in oil/gas, managing $100MM+ international EPIC projects. He shares how a terrible car accident shifted his mindset and led him to discover his life's purpose. In this episode, we talk about Tony's entrepreneurial journey and how he discovered his life's purpose to live it fully. Listen in to learn the importance of pursuing what you really want to do with your life rather than getting stuck in something you don't like. Pivotal Questions Asked: [3:11] Why did you go to college, is it something your parents encouraged you to do, and would you do it all over again? [13:25] When did you realize that you had a real business? [17:08] When you got this idea, at the time did you know a lot of business owners, and was your peer group supportive of what you were doing? [43:47] What are some of your success principles or high-performance habits that you have done to get here? [47:19] Why do you think so many other people struggle with success? [53:45] If you could tell the world one thing, what would it be? In This Episode You Will Learn: [7:31] How his parents impacted the discipline that he still applies in different areas of his life today. [17:17] How reading books became his learning method since he didn't have mentors or solid support. [19:04] Stop fulfilling the fantasies of someone else by sticking to a job you don't even like. [24:19] How to shift your mindset to discover your purpose and live a meaningful life. [37:42] Learn to put your purpose ahead of your fear of what you assume people think of you. [47:30] Some of the mistakes making you struggle with success. [49:51] How to enhance your acceleration as an entrepreneur by hiring people to help you. Quotes: “Ninety-nine percent of the businesses out there are just better versions of something that already existed.”- Tony [15:33] “There's a lot of value in learning from other people's mistakes and that's generally what books are.”- Tony [17:34] “If you can shrug what you assume other people think of you, you will change your entire life.”- Tony [37:48] “If you don't have money, you better have time because it's going to take time for you to learn things.”- Tony [49:57] Connect with Tony: https://365driven.com Listen to his podcast: https://365driven.com/podcast/ _______________________________________________ What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!
In this episode, we talk to Master Cage from San Jose. Master Cage has been a Master and had a polyamorous kink family for 18 years. In this episode, we learn about his household and philosophy of slavery, including how important it is for the Master to mentor the slave and the importance of experiences to figure this out. Links: Recon link: As Master Recon link: Pit of despair (for Bondage) www.cagecommunity.com Connect more with Master/slave Lifestyle Check out https://masterslavelifestyle.com for more information and resources on the gay BDSM Master/slave lifestyle If you are interested in being interviewed, you can contact me at email@example.com Become a member of the Master/slave Lifestyle community and gain early access to the podcast and a number of video workshops - https://www.patreon.com/masterslavelifestyle
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My guest this week is Stephen Scoggins, an award-winning entrepreneur who helps people discover who they are, why they are here and what to do about it. Stephen uses the pain of his past and the lessons he's learned along the way to help people discover themselves. Growing up, life was really difficult for Stephen. When he was just 22, he found himself homeless and on the verge of suicide. During that season, a mentor gave him a second chance opportunity. From there, Stephen launched a multi-million dollar construction company and has gone on to launch several other successful businesses ranging from real estate to thought leadership with top line revenue over $100 million. Stephen is dedicated to the relentless pursuit of giving others the same gift of freedom he received by offering a practical and empowering education to those looking for a second chance to level up, catapult forward and make their dreams a reality. 4:28 – Stephen 101 He's a serial entrepreneur in the Raleigh, N.C. area. He has written books and is a speaker and life-change agent. He wants to help people master their life. 5:20 – Seven businesses He owns seven business, including in construction, real estate, thought leadership and live event series. 6:20 – Massive life changes The old Stephen wouldn't have thought the new Stephen was possible. At age 13, he asked God, “Please let me be the one to break the family curse.” He felt led to make that request. 20:30 – The power of mentors As Stephen began doing public speaking, one of the number one questions he got was “Can you mentor me?” He couldn't say yes to everyone, but he told them that “Mentors are all around you.” 30:37 – Laws of legacy The top 1% on average have 8 to 12 mastery level ways of doing things. Only 26% give that to someone else. Everyone is searching for purpose, but you need to serve the person you used to be. 34:13 – Am I doing enough? Stephen wondered if he was doing enough to help others or if he was too focused on himself. The question is: What lives are you impacting along the way? We all struggle with pride. Focus on being genuine and leaning on God. 42:38 – Self discipline The best advice for self-discipline is: Start small, win big. Make a list of things that are distracting you and what you need help with. Learn as much as you can and put together an action plan. 56:30 – Get to know you Most played song? Gladiator Fictional character he'd want to meet? Wolverine FEATURED QUOTES Never has it been easier in our lives to have direct access to thought leadership. The secret to one's amplification and/or success, no matter what that means to you, is simply nothing more than the way you think, because it controls the way you behave. I want to help people master their life. CONNECT WITH STEPHEN: https://stephenscoggins.com/ THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNER: MamaSuds helps label-reading moms create a safe and nontoxic home for their family by creating synthetic free household cleaners. And one of those cleaner is MamaSuds Fine Linen Soap- which is the best thing since [Pumpkin] - Sliced -Bread ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Wash your high-quality sheets, linens, delicates, and organic fabrics with a Fine Linen Soap to keep them looking newer and softer longer. Use 3-4 capfuls for high-efficiency machines on delicate cycle, 4-6 capfuls for regular machines on delicate cycle. Head over to MamaSuds.com and use code MOLLY for 15% off your order!
This is a very special Transit Unplugged News and Views. This week we not only hear from Katrina Heineking and W.C. Pihl from Transdev about autonomous vehicles, but Paul reveals all the things going on at APTA EXPO in a few weeks. In the news segment, Paul gives you all the details on what's going on with Transit Unplugged, Transit Unplugged TV, and the other places you can find him at APTA EXPO. If you'd like to stay in the loop about everything that's going on, and get reminders when events are happening, sign up for updates on the Trapeze APTA EXPO microsite. Next, we hear from Katrina and W.C. about everything Transdev is doing with Waymo in the autonomous vehicle space. Finally we hear from Mike about mentorship. Mentorship is one of the most fulfilling things you can do in your career. If you have the chance to do it, take it. If you have questions, comments, or would like to be a guest on Transit Unplugged feel free to email us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. Full transcript for this episode is available on TransitUnplugged.com.
Today, I'm going to do a short meditation with you so that you can meet your guardian angel. If you are new to meditation, I hope that you will enjoy it, or at least give it a try. There are so many benefits to having a meditation practice. I remember even at the very beginning of my journey, how sitting still was not my thing. I thought it was enough that I was being very present and I was getting downloads. But this year, I realized how important meditation practice was for me, especially during my long battle with COVID pneumonia. Meditation and breathwork gave me a baseline and I felt a connection that determined even my mood for the day and allowed me to connect to that vibration I wanted to stay in. It changed the game for me. If you can try to discipline yourself to start a meditation practice, you can work up to 10 minutes. You don't have to do it every single day. But if you do try, give yourself at least 30 days to see where you're at and how it begins to impact your life the way it did mine. In this episode, you will hear: Increasing self-awareness through guided meditation Getting centered and grounded reducing stress and anxiety Meditation improves your attention span and increases your energy The calming effects improving sleep The Guardian Angel guided meditation Supporting Resources: White Light Meditation for Working With Spirit https://www.hopetaylormedium.com/podcast/fh027 Energetic Cord Cutting Meditation https://www.hopetaylormedium.com/podcast/fh028 Offerings with Hope or Alex: Distance Reiki with Intuitive Guidance with Alex Personal Readings Remote and various In-Person Locations with Hope (Mechanicsburg, PA | Easton, PA | Berlin,MD | Salisbury, MD & Parsonsburg, MD) Mentorship with Hope: Start Your Spiritual Business Available Now Journey with Spirit Available Now Membership Circle Starting 11/1 Follow me: www.hopetaylormedium.com www.facebook.com/hopetaylormedium www.instagram.com/findinghopepodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvsTeGQiDr_JPzn_HPSKIiA Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
On this episode, Josh and Gino talk with Michael Orlando. Michael is a Cleveland native and grew up on Cleveland's east side. He attended Orange High School and then The Ohio State University obtaining his Bachelor's degree in Operations Management from The Fisher College of Business. After graduating, he worked for two startup companies as a Project and Operations Manager. Shortly after, he discovered his passion for multifamily real estate investing and joined the elite investment community, Jake & Gino, acquired his first units and started real estate investing full-time. Key Insights: 00:10 Introduction 00:25 Multifamily Mastery 4 - www.jakeandgino.com/mm4 01:45 200 Apartments at 27 04:00 Taking small steps 05:26 Finding good value-add multifamily deals 07:18 Cracking the first deal 08:48 Raising capital 10:18 Setting goals and taking responsibility of your own life 12:24 Analyzing multifamily deals 14:32 Advice for those who want to leave 9-5 and embrace abundance 15:34 Significance of getting real estate education and mentorship 18:48 Education x Action = Results 20:44 Sourcing Capital & Sourcing Deals 21:48 Recommended books: Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki 22:37 Success habits 24:35 “Many people wish they started sooner. Almost nobody wishes they started later.” - James Clear Visit Michael's website: https://investprospera.com/ About Jake and Gino: Jake & Gino are multifamily investors, operators, and mentors who have created a vertically integrated real estate company that controls over $100,000,000 in assets under management. They have created the Jake & Gino community to teach others their three-step framework: Buy Right, Finance Right and Manage Right®, and to become multifamily entrepreneurs. Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/jakeandgino/sub_confirmation=1 Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #investing Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/
Artis Stevens, President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBS), lives with a relentless belief in finding and following our own purpose and leading with integrity personally and professionally. During his tenure at National 4-H Council and as Vice President of Marketing, Strategy & Operations at Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Artis has contributed to over $100 million in funding for both organizations. He became a recipient of the 2018 AMAF National Nonprofit Marketer of the Year Award. As a leader of BBBS he committed to create a greater impact for youth, families, and communities in need. Artis believes in the power of mentorship and genuinely connecting with young people - by showing respect, humility, and vulnerability – to change lives, communities, and ultimately the world. Join us as we listen in on Artis' inspirational lessons for leading with integrity and taking command to improve the life of the youth.Resources Relevant to this Conversation: Follow Artis Stevens on LinkedIn￼Follow Joe Hart on LinkedInBecome a mentor at Big Brothers Big Sisters of America: Listen here, or subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
In this short podcast episode, Bryan shares his top tips for fighting boredom at work. You can use these tips to help you get out of a rut if you don't feel productive or get bored easily. The first tip is to see the art or creativity in your work. Even in the HVAC industry, there are plenty of opportunities for artisan skills and craftsmanship. When you see your work as an art that you need to refine, especially in terms of duct strapping and brazing, it's easier to get engaged in your work and feel proud of it. Another way to stop from getting bored is to do more things that challenge you. Being constantly challenged and being out of your comfort zone keeps you interested and can even spark a new passion. Pursuing mastery allows you to focus on one particular skill or subject to become an expert. When you master a skill, you also become a marketable job candidate and can carve out a niche within your organization. Mastery is about going deep rather than wide, and more people will feel enriched by working towards mastery than others. If you're a social person, finding a community can keep you from getting bored. When you have a community, you will be around people who have the same interests and experience the same challenges as you. So, you won't get bored from feeling alone. Mentorship is another way to rekindle your passion. When you choose to invest in and guide less experienced people in the trade, you can feel a renewed sense of purpose in your work. And if you're REALLY bored, you can change everything up entirely and try something new. If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE. Check out information on the 2022 HVACR Training Symposium at https://hvacrschool.com/symposium/.
In 1997 James Gill Jr. began his career at Synovus Bank. After 10 years of growth there, while only in his mid-thirties, James made a risky move and left Synovus for the opportunity to become President of River City Bank, a private start-up enterprise he and his team founded in 2007 in Carrollton, Georgia. In today's episode of Small-Time Leaders, James shares with us lessons he learned from his father, James Gill Senior. James Sr. set an example for him and his sister by demonstrating to them that no matter where you come from, as long as you have continuous education and effective mentorship you can achieve everything in life. James's father talks about lessons he learned from amazing leaders such as Jimmy Blanchard, and Bobby Bowden. He also led an independent bank as the President, accumulating millions in assets, years after he started a part-time job at the bank as a vault penny counter. After several years of leading the enterprise to be profitable and set up for future success. James left River City for a more public-facing position. Today he is the Vice President for Economic Development and Community Communications for a leading utility company headquartered in Carrolton. To learn more on James visit www.carrollemc.com or connect with him on LinkedIn HERE. To learn more about how Michael guides executives and their teams to get on the same page with strategic planning and leadership succession, go to https://michaelalantate.com/ where you'll also find his Blog and 3 Books: The White Shirt – how to find a life-giving career , Design a Life that works Michael's latest book, Roll Up Your Sleeves. all three are now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and independent local bookstores. Roll Up Your Sleeves teaches people how to Lead and Live in a Constant Changing World with simple applications. Take a closer look at the book and experience a new way of working through an unexpected change in your life and career by taking the 2-minute My Change Management Style Quiz http://rollupsleevesbook.com/ To learn more about Small Time Leaders podcast and Michael's the Leadership & Life Journal blog- a new way to think about at the important things you already know, go to at https://michaelalantate.com/
Today is episode three of our five-episode series on women in law enforcement. Guests include Brenda Dietzman, former colonel and under-sheriff for the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office in Wichita, KS; Shannon Paulson, assistant commanding officer of the LAPD's Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations bureau; Maggie Varela, former Miami-Dade PD lieutenant; and Kristen Ziman, former chief of the Aurora, IL PD. Today's episode focuses on mentorship and leadership for women in law enforcement. They discuss their experiences with leadership roles within their departments, countering “imposter syndrome”, and how to be a successful mentor to others.
*Note from Sarah: We're one week away from publishing our 200th episode! If you're a fan of the podcast, we'd love to hear from you and include your words at the beginning of that episode. Simply email your thoughts to email@example.com, or record a short voice memo on your phone and email it to me. The deadline is Fri. October 22, 2021. Thank you in advance for helping us celebrate this milestone!* Does your past define your future? Check out the latest podcast from Sarah Elkins as she and her good friend, Scott Ferguson, discuss Scott's journey from adoption, enlisting in the military, to finding what resonates in life in his current work. Scott shares the moments that shaped him into who he is today: A mentor helping to guide others through their struggles, using his own experiences and all he has learned from his own endeavors, struggles, and successes. Listen to Sarah and Scott's engaging talk about looking back at your past -and- forging on to uncover how that past guided you to where you are today and who you can be tomorrow. "If you overlap your happiness, then you can keep happiness coming in the present, which makes for an awesome yesterday." *Show notes contributed by Tracy Ackeret --- About Scott: Scott Ferguson is the podcast host of Time to Shine Today, Managing Director at The Ferguson Real Estate Team and Investment Group, Head Coach of Time to Shine Peak Performance, Chief Rainmaker at Ask4Ferguson, and more. Scott is also a U.S. Navy Veteran. Visit Scott's website and follow him on LinkedIn and Twitter to learn more! *podcast show notes contributed by Tracy Ackeret --- ABOUT SARAH: "Uncovering the right stories for the right audiences so executives, leaders, public speakers, and job seekers can clearly and actively demonstrate their character, values, and vision." In my work with coaching clients, I guide people to improve their communication using storytelling as the foundation of our work together. What I've realized over years of coaching and podcasting is that the majority of people don't realize the impact of the stories they share - on their internal messages, and on the people they're sharing them with. My work with leaders and people who aspire to be leaders follows a similar path to the interviews on my podcast, uncovering pivotal moments in their lives and learning how to share them to connect more authentically with others, to make their presentations and speaking more engaging, to reveal patterns that have kept them stuck or moved them forward, and to improve their relationships at work and at home. The audiobook, Your Stories Don't Define You, How You Tell Them Will is now available! Included with your purchase are two bonus tracks, songs recorded by Sarah's band, Spare Change, in her living room in Montana.
Today I had Karlton Dennis on the show talking about how he's built an enormous tax company that saves business owners and real estate investors a lot of money on their annual tax bill. If you want to learn how I save money on taxes as well, make sure to stick around!Join Karlton Dennis' Mentorship:https://www.patreon.com/karltondennis_____________________________________________________Download my book, RAISE+ Planner, real estate contracts, and newsletter for FREE. Also check out all my courses and programs. https://ryanpineda.comGo Subscribe to my main channel "Ryan Pineda". https://www.youtube.com/c/ryanpinedaText Me: 1-702-297-6328I communicate directly with you! Exclusive content and giveaways.Want to be coached by me? Apply at https://futureflipper.comLet my company make you passive income through Amazon Automation! Watch the case study at http://lunarecom.comWant to invest in real estate but don't have the time to find deals? Invest through Fundrise!https://fundrise.com/Need Tax and Accounting help? Contact my CPA Firm! https://TrueBooksCPA.com/Are you a Realtor in Las Vegas, NV? Join my Brokerage! https://ForeverHomeLV.com/If you're just starting out and you want to market directly to sellers, I highly recommend using BatchLeads. We currently use them in our business to pull lists, stack lists, get phone numbers, text, and find property values. It is an amazing service that will help you get deals on any budget!Promo Code: HOMERUN for half off y
In this video, Jake and Gino talk about the key aspects that you must focus on to manage and grow your real estate investing business. Sometimes, hidden dangers and undesirable results come from not managing your multifamily properties the right way. Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/jakeandgino/sub_confirmation=1 Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #investing Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/
Welcome to the Truth Alchemy Podcast, hosted by Ella Tsang, Truth Embodiment Coach & a magical multidimensional being. This podcast is your portal into leading your Truest & most beautiful life & brand, where you are ALL of YOU. Together we play in the realms of purpose activation, unconditional self-love, Truth embodiment, mindset & emotional intelligence, multidimensional online branding, Kundalini Yoga, spirituality, embodied leadership, manifestation & energetics... & soul much more. This is an expansive space for coaches, healers, leaders, heart-led entrepreneurs & spiritual seekers to Remember who they really are, what they are capable of & the life they are here to live. So, open up that big beautiful heart of yours to receive potent codes & transmissions that'll activate you into your next level. Let's play! In this episode, I share with you a transmission I did on the key to consistently acting towards your desires: IDENTITY. Who you are, how you see yourself & what beliefs you hold about you are ESSENTIAL in determining the beliefs you have, capabilities you actualize & the actions you take towards your desired results. In this training, I break down for you the importance of identity & show you how to become aware of how you see yourself NOW, & how to step into the identity of the YOU who has what you want. We dive into what it means to make who you are non-circumstantial, so that circumstances no longer take your power away & make you forget who you are. Hope you enjoy! Come Hang Out with Me
In this powerful episode, Cassandra welcomes the incredible Chelsey Wildfire. This potent episode is all things feminine embodiment, healing patterns, creating safety in your life and leaning into your feminine. Chelsey provides such deep wisdom into healing and finding your purpose through finding balance in your feminine masculine. Seed cycling is my favorite food based approach to happy hormones. Funk It makes it simple with their organic seed cycling kits! I personally use Funk It's seed cycling kits daily AND I love gifting them to friends! Use code “drc15” at checkout and you'll be on your seed cycling journey!! Order it here - https://funkitwellness.com?ref=9 Together they talk about: What patterns indicate in our lives Self worth and the healing journey The pause of the pandemic How to instill safety into your body How to lean into your feminine The importance of boundaries What patterns in relationships can mean And so much more Women's Circle Training mentioned - www.goddessceremony.com/certifiedcreatrix Chelsey Wildfire, a Feminine Embodiment Coach, Soul Guide and Fearless Leader, is inspiring a global movement of women to ignite their inner flame, reclaim their power, love themselves more and break repeating patterns. She has a background in yoga, embodiment coaching, reiki and women's circles paired with her connection to Spirit and her own intuition. The way she combines energy medicine to bring the soul through a journey within and without is powerful yet blissful. Her ability to hold space for large groups through deep ceremony and transformation has been deeply appreciated for many years now. Her services include Feminine Embodiment Coaching, Mentorship, Soul Sessions, Women's Circles and Ceremonies. Topics she is well versed in are manifestation, releasing ceremonies, womb healing, cord cutting, self-love, inner child healing, shame work, and feminine energy. Her authentic passion for growth and healing inspires everyone she meets. Connect with her: www.facebook.com/chelsey.wildfire33 https://www.instagram.com/chelseywildfire/ www.igniteyourwildfire.com Get a free 30 minute call to find clarity on your own limiting beliefs, ignite your inner flame and be a catalyst for your fierce feminine to thrive with Chelsey https://calendly.com/chelseywildfire/discover Grab your Funk it seed cycling kit now! Use code “drc15” at checkout and you'll be on your seed cycling journey!! Order it here - https://funkitwellness.com?ref=9
In this discussion for Trista's Digital Series - Discussing Truths with Friends - Trista and Leslie Pitt (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist) discuss the Kingdom Response to Emotional Stress. Trista Sue was mentored by the late Dr. Myles Munroe, and since his passing has developed a self-paced mentorship e-course called The School of Influence for Agents of Change. Mentorship is vital and it is important to continue to influence and build leaders and agents of change around the world. You can read more about The School of Influence for Agents of Change and register at TristaSue.com. ONLINE MENTORSHIP: https://agentsofchange.tristasue.com WEBSITE: http://www.tristasue.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TristaSue13 FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/agentsofchangeintl OFFICE CONTACT: Info@AgentsForChangeIntl.org 239-465-0409
In this week's Growth Edge podcast, I sit down for an important conversation with Dr. Diane Dixon about the state of diversity at the highest levels of executive leadership in healthcare. The business case for diversity in the c-suite of any organization is well-documented, but the challenge of achieving diversity in executive representation in organizations and the academic institutions that train future leaders is something that we continue to struggle with. Learn from Dr. Dixon's extensive research on this topic and hear key insights from her book, Diversity on the Executive Path. Listen in. Diane Dixon, EdD - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ddixonorg/ Diane Dixon website - http://www.ddixon.org Diversity on the Executive Path book - https://www.ache.org/learning-center/publications/books/2401I
Alexis Gladstone is the founder of Intelead. Intelead designs strategies and programs to help clients develop current and next-generation leaders, increase the effectiveness of individuals in sales, and drive organizational change that delivers results. In this podcast we discuss how technology has impacted retention and promotion within companies, retaining female leadership, and her co-authored book, Pure Wealth: 26 Ways to Crazy Profitability. Alexis can be found on LinkedIn and welcomes the opportunity to speak with budding female leaders.
Today: Interview with my own father!? Nerd out on some B2B marketing? You got it! Follow and connect with the host, Connor Dube on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/socialsellingexpert/Instagram: connor_dubeIf you're already thinking you need to find a more efficient way to conquer your monthly B2B content like blogs, newsletters, and social media – we'd like to show you how we can improve the quality, save you tons of time, and achieve better results! To learn more visit www.activeblogs.com
Episode 93: Mentorship Skills Brian & Ed peel back the onion even further with mentorship in this episode. The skills needed for a great mentorship program should be made known and then honed for a truly effective program. Some of the areas covered in this episode include: Core Mentoring Skills: Listening Actively Building Trust Encouraging Identifying Goals and Current Reality Critical Skills for Mentors: Instructing/Developing Capabilities Inspiring Providing Corrective Feedback Managing Risks Opening Doors Critical Skills for Mentees: Acquiring Mentors Learning Quickly Showing Initiative Following Through Managing the Relationship Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/8NZ1SI1Q-DY You can see more about the Instinctive Influencers at: Our website Link – instinctiveinfluencers.com Our Facebook Link - https://www.facebook.com/101influence/ Our Instagram Link - https://www.instagram.com/instinctiveinfluencers/ Our Twitter Link - https://twitter.com/101Influence Be sure to Subscribe, Rate, and Review our show on the Facebook Page and Apple Podcast. This is how we will continue to create, broaden, and amplify content for all to learn from and grow. The show content is the opinions of Brian Webber & Ed Haley. These opinions do not represent the US Army or the United States in any manner. The views of anything said on this show are individually representing the person making them. At no point does the US Army or the United States sponsor this show, thus having no connection to the show. Intro & Outro Music: Cosmic Storm by A Himitsu: https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu Creative Commons – Attribution 3.0 Unported – CC By 3.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Music promoted by Audio Library: https://youtu.be/U4wXUdhNxZk
In this discussion, Trista Sue Kragh and her guest, David D. Simons (founder of Kingdom Social Media), talk about how we can harness the influential power of social media. Trista Sue was mentored by the late Dr. Myles Munroe, and since his passing has developed a self-paced mentorship e-course called The School of Influence for Agents of Change. Mentorship is vital and it is important to continue to influence and build leaders and agents of change around the world. You can read more about The School of Influence for Agents of Change and register at TristaSue.com. ONLINE MENTORSHIP: https://agentsofchange.tristasue.com WEBSITE: http://www.tristasue.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TristaSue13 FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/agentsofchangeintl OFFICE CONTACT: Info@AgentsForChangeIntl.org 239-465-0409
KL124 Clint Pulver Emmy Award-Winning Keynote Speaker | Author | Professional Drummer Mentorship vs. Management Episode Summary In the leadership development profession, there is often a fierce debate over leadership vs. management. Which is better? Which is needed? Which one is more sustainable? Clint Pulver argues it's about Mentorship vs. Management. We discuss what mentorship is and why it matters to leaders. Bio Clint Pulver is a professional keynote speaker, author, musician, pilot, and workforce expert. Known as the leading authority on employee retention, Clint has transformed how corporations like Keller Williams, AT&T, and Hewlett Packard create lasting loyalty through his work and research as the Undercover Millennial. Business Q Magazine has featured him as a "Top 40 Under 40." He has appeared in feature films and on America's Got Talent as a professional drummer. In 2020, Clint won an Emmy Award for his short film Be a Mr. Jensen, which tells the story of how a single moment in time—and one particular mentor— can change a life course. Website https://clintpulver.com/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/clintpulver/ Twitter https://twitter.com/ClintPulver Facebook https://www.facebook.com/clintpulverspeaks Instagram https://www.instagram.com/clintpulver/ Leadership Quote It's not about being the best in the world. It's about being the best for the world. Get Your Copy of Clint's Book! https://clintpulver.com/book/ Subscribe, share and review on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keep-leading/id1461490512 Full Episode Transcripts and Detailed Guest Information www.KeepLeadingPodcast.com Keep Leading LIVE (Live Recordings of the Keep Leading!® Podcast) www.KeepLeadingLive.com The Keep Leading!® podcast is for people passionate about leadership. It is dedicated to leadership development and insights. Join your host Eddie Turner, The Leadership Excelerator® as he speaks with accomplished leaders and people of influence across the globe as they share their journey to leadership excellence. Listen as they share leadership strategies, techniques, and insights. For more information visit https://eddieturnerllc.com or follow Eddie Turner on Twitter and Instagram at @eddieturnerjr. Like Eddie Turner LLC on Facebook. Connect with Eddie Turner on LinkedIn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today: Sales Success Tips in Under 60 Seconds - Connor's Curiosities #033Follow and connect with the host, Connor Dube on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/socialsellingexpert/Instagram: connor_dubeIf you're already thinking you need to find a more efficient way to conquer your monthly B2B content like blogs, newsletters, and social media – we'd like to show you how we can improve the quality, save you tons of time, and achieve better results! To learn more visit www.activeblogs.com
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Christian sits down and shares his thought on social media and hunting. Including 5 ways it is ruining hunting and 4 ways it is not. He then shares his opinion on how we as hunters should use social media to encourage, educate, and recruit more hunters to our sport. Cons: 1. Comparison 2. Trophies & Ego 3. General Discourse 4. Virtual Unkindness 5. Censorship of Hunting Content Pros: 1. Collaborate & Learn Virtually 2. Mentorship 3. Dialogue With Non-hunters 4. A Place To Band Together As A Collective Voice & Hunting Advocate --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehuntersadvantage/support
“Wealth has nothing to do with money, success has everything to do with failure and life is as simple as you make it." - John Dessauer On this episode, Jake and Gino talk with John Dessauer, one of the stellar speakers at Multifamily Mastery 4 this year. John is dedicated to helping others to achieve freedom through entrepreneurial spirit. Former National Radio Show Host of the Show Making Millions in Real Estate on XM Satellite Radio, his new national show on a station owned by Dessauer Media, Inc. is gaining a significant following. On his radio shows he talks about topics such as investing, simplicity, and being creative with business life. He has authored two books on Real Estate and Wealth Building, Real Estate H2O( 2008 Dessauer Publishing, Inc.) and The Alchemy of Wealth (2009 Dessauer Publishing, Inc.) He is currently writing his third book, The Twist, which should be out in 2011. John has been featured in national publications such as New York Post, Los Angeles Times, and Success Magazine. Key Insights: 00:00 Wealth has nothing to do with money 01:28 Multifamily Mastery 4 and Why Multifamily Investing 04:36 How real estate investing can change your life 06:39 How to work with your spouse and kids 11:11 Pursuing your larger vision and purpose in life 14:50 Why to engage with like-minded individuals 17:30 “We see the world, not as it is, but as we are──or, as we are conditioned to see it.” - Stephen R. Covey 17:48 Role of Mentors and Coaches 23:00 Getting started with Multifamily Investing 26:00 One deal can change your life 27:45 Different ways to create wealth 31:23 Doing extraordinary things in life 33:46 Brokers vs. Sellers 36:28 Money has nothing to do with money, success has everything to do with failure and life is as simple as you make it 37:13 "Look for problems not properties" - Gino Barbaro 37:38 John to speak at Multifamily Mastery 4 conference Check out John's books and resources: https://www.johndessauer.com/ Learn more about Jake & Gino: www.jakeandgino.com Apply for limited time, complimentary multifamily investing training: https://bityl.co/6v71 Apply for Mentorship: https://bityl.co/6v76
Have you achieved the goals you set to achieve at the beginning of the year? If the answer is NO, then you should take your body out of rest and put it in motion to achieve those goals in the remaining 84 days before the end of 2021. In this episode, April discusses why now is the right time to pick up your goals with small steps and not have to wait until January 1st to start all over again. Listen in to learn how the power of your momentum and progress is going to carry you through to the end of the year. In This Episode You Will Learn: [3:18] Understand that you can create motivation and magic anytime and don't have to wait until January 1st. [4:11] Why you should get moving on whatever it is that you wanted to achieve at the beginning of this year. [6:44] Take a small step towards progressing the goal that you set at the beginning of this year. [8:46] How to start by building habits towards progress and not perfection. Quotes: “If we make progress on our goals now, that momentum is going to carry us through to the end of the year.”- April [3:07] What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!
Learn more about Push Talks Podcast and our host Ose Sesay by going:Push Strategist WebsiteFollow Push Talks Podcast for past episodes and follow your Push Strategist Ose Sesay to help you push towards your purpose! InstagramFacebookYouTubeLinkedInPssss...Don't get to take a moment and write us a review on Apple Podcast and subscribe to our YouTube Channel (Push Talks Podcast).Did you miss our Pep Rally in 2020? We are planning stages for 2021! Let us know your thoughts by taking our survey:Pep Rally 2021 Survey© 2021 Push Strategist LLC. All rights reserved. Music by ℗ 2021 Jerne Music Group. All rights reserved
Did you know most startups in the U.S. are launched by people 45 and older?This week's guest, Rick Terrien, has started and run multiple businesses across diverse industries, with most of the fireworks coming after he turned 45.You might say he wrote the book on starting a business in mid-life. Check out Ageless Start-up: Start a Business at Any Age.He's passionate about empowering entrepreneurs in the second half of life to achieve their vision. He's a lifelong entrepreneur and co-founder of the new nonprofit Center for Ageless Entrepreneurs (CAE). We talk about his mission to form a network of the millions of older citizens worldwide who want to use their knowledge, know-how, and networks to make the world a better place through entrepreneurship. His advice if you want to start a business: Start small. Start smart. Start right now. Here's a few of Rick's bonafides:• One of his businesses is the smallest company ever to be awarded Fast Company magazine's Fast 50, now called The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies. • Awarded the U.S. Small Business New Product of the Year by the National Society of Professional Engineers. • Nine U.S. and foreign patents commercialized worldwide. Focus on environmental and manufacturing sustainability.• AARP Purpose Prize Fellow (“Making a difference is ageless”). • Co-founder – Food21. Creating sustainable regional food networks.
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Today: Don't Wait Until You "Feel" Ready - Connor's Curiosities #032Follow and connect with the host, Connor Dube on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/socialsellingexpert/Instagram: connor_dubeIf you're already thinking you need to find a more efficient way to conquer your monthly B2B content like blogs, newsletters, and social media – we'd like to show you how we can improve the quality, save you tons of time, and achieve better results! To learn more visit www.activeblogs.com
As Broker/Owner of Mindful Mortgage Kim Clancy has become a master at building communities. For Kim, everything she does for her community is not about promoting her business, but about being a supportive member of the community. She wants to be a part of her community and she wants to be a trusted mortgage advisor to her neighbors. Implementing that approach, Kim has established Mindful Mortgage not just as a mortgage brokerage, but as an integral part of her local community. Kim joined the mortgage industry in 2000 after working as a clinical social worker in California. Her mother had recently become a retail loan officer and helped her join a retail shop as a loan officer assistant. She stayed at that shop until 2008 when she moved to Colorado and joined another retail shop before finally making the move to Wholesale in 2019, when she opened Mindful Mortgage in Erie, Colorado. Living and originating in a small town, becoming an important part of the community was crucial to Kim's success. For her, building community is a philosophy, not a strategy. She wanted to be that person in the community that neighbors could come to for mortgage advice and she actively worked to become that. She made Mindful Mortgage a sponsor of a local charter school and she participates in community events like Homecoming Parades and volunteering for the local Parent Teacher Organization. “It's not about selling your business,” she said. “It's about people getting to know you.” Part of that community building is Kim's dedication to supporting other women in the mortgage industry. At her first retail shop, every loan officer was a man and women were assistants or processors. That experience has motivated her to support other women in the industry. She is a mentor with AIME's Mentorship program, where she requested to mentor another female broker as well as an active member of AIME's Women Mortgage Network (WMN) Facebook Group. Those groups give women an opportunity to share experiences and skills with each other. Early in 2020, Kim was struggling to balance the increased business the refinance boom brought to her business while also caring for her family. She posted about her struggle in WMN and received hundreds of comments from other women in the industry who were feeling the same struggle. Kim's parting advice: Be genuine. People know when you are not being your genuine self. “Be true to yourself and everyone will feel it,” she said. That means following your instincts and intuition and also staying true to yourself and your ideals. If you do that, success will follow. Notes: Getting into the Mortgage Industry (1:06)Building Community (11:21)Supporting Women in the Mortgage Industry (21:56)Parting Advice (31:36)
I am joined by the lovely Devon Brooks. She co-founded Blo, the world's first and largest franchise chain of Blow Dry Bars. Born from her second-year university project, the company spans four countries, with 90+ locations, and has collaborated with international mega-brands like Mattel, Guess, Topshop and Gwenyth Paltrow. The genius Blo concept sparked what quickly became the fastest-growing category in the beauty business. PROFIT Magazine named her 1 of the 30 most fabulous entrepreneurs in Canada and was awarded Business in Vancouver's 2017 ‘Top Forty Under 40'. She's built a reputation for herself by challenging the status quo. After a decade of supporting hundreds of creatives, professionals, start-ups, and Founders in articulating and realizing their goals, she has set her sights on disrupting the personal development landscape. Her newest venture, Sphere, is a first-to-market technology enhancing the experience of personal coaching, by transforming the way Guidance is accessed and delivered. The revolutionary platform, powered by smart technology, unites a global ecosystem of Seekers to the best-fit Guides for them and facilitates the sessions end to end. Sphere makes the experience of personal coaching customized, convenient, and totally approachable. Because, for Devon, growth is the only goal. In this episode, we chat about her childhood upbringing and how that shaped who she is today, what is coaching, the lack of accessibility and knowledge on coaching, having mentors in all facets of life, what to look for in a coach, what she's passionate about, being a mom, and then we end the episode with some fun rapid-fire questions! Follow @devsdevelopment Follow @sphere.guide Download Sphere Follow @wellnowwhatpodcast
In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board member Red Russak and Soumeya Benghanem welcome Wade Pinder (Mainline), Ana Maria Garcia (The Home Depot), Carol Tyger (Vivante Health), and Martie K. Burris (Salesforce) to talk about strengthening mentorship. For new PMs, finding the right mentor is essential while learning the foundations and disciplines of product management, therefore, it is important to take note that forming a genuine connection between the mentor and mentee is the root of all successful mentorships. Support for How to Succeed in Product Management is brought to you by Apptentive, which enables product managers to measure shifts in customer emotion and gather actionable feedback across the mobile customer journey. To learn more, go to Apptentive.com/UW. What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 07:50 The three types of mentors 10:43 How do you find the perfect mentor? 12:13 Asking someone to mentor you is a huge commitment 16:15 How do you reject a mentee? 22:28 The best type of mentor-mentee relationship is the informal type 25:33 Finding some sort of personal connection makes relationships last 28:08 How do you decide whether to take somebody on as a mentee? 31:54 How to make sure that the mentor-mentee relationship runs smoothly 35:46 Look for frameworks for prioritization and discipline 40:36 PMs should know about the ins and outs of product management 43:13 The difference between a mentor and a sponsor 47:33 Once you learn the discipline, you can be any type of PM 50:47 It's important to find a mentor early on in your career 52:17 Go back to the fundamentals when communicating 55:04 Mentorship is helping people identify their blind spots 57:20 Transparency is key and always share your intentions
I love it when people ask me how I became a stand up comic? The same way I became a collegiate athlete and an entrepreneur! Mix passion, consistent unmatched work ethic with a set of cojones and you have all the ingredients to accomplish pretty much anything in life. The cool thing is that all of these ingredients are inside you. If you REALLY want something bad enough (passion) you will find the energy and will power to get the work done (work ethic) and over time, small victories build confidence in your abilities (cojones). The key is to keep getting up after you get knocked down. In comedy the blows come hard and often. Open mics are probably the most hostile environments you could ever volunteer yourself to be put in. Any other endeavour of excellence has stages of development that allow you to have early success in a supported safe environment. Open mics on the other hand are filled with nervous, self centered, narcissists who want to see you fail so they feel better about themselves. As soon as they get off stage they leave the club to lick their wounds in privacy. If you have a late spot you may be doling out your shit and dick jokes to the last 3 drunks left in the room. Then you would go home and cry yourself to sleep, wiping tears away with pages from your failed joke book. Could you imagine if you wanted to be a pro basketball player and they threw you into a NBA game and they let you take your beatings, blocked shots and bricks in front of a sold out crowd? No, you start in the recreational house leagues and move up through the ranks as your skills progress. Can you imagine failing as an entrepreneur every week for 7 years before you make your first dollar? If this is how the world worked there would be no entrepreneurs or professional athletes. Any sane person would quit! The key is to push your limits with the support of those you trust. That is exactly what my Mentorship family does for each other. They create a space where each member can be challenged and supported on their journey toward their #DreamBIG. We are holding one more Mentorship to close out 2021 and kick in 2022 like a BOSS. Apply here: http://jasonglasslab.com/mentorship In this episode, I also chat about getting a Peleton and how it pushes my comfort zone 30 minutes at a time. Have you got a Peleton? If you do lets go for a ride! Use #coachglasspodcast and let's get the Glisteners Nation spinning. If you need help with rebranding, creating a new service or product, need to adjust your coaching business and are ready to DreamBIG. My Coach Glass Mentorship application is open and ready for you to apply. You have a 1 month Home Study course which is followed by 6 weeks of intensive group Zoom sessions. In the end you have all the skills to OverDeliver on your dreams and be Undeniable. http://jasonglasslab.com/mentorship Register for all your MyTPI classes here: http://www.mytpi.com/certification/seminar-calendar Want to buy some equipment? Of course you do! Perform Better @perform_better http://performbetter.com use code “GLASS15” at checkout to buy your Mace, Kettlebells and bands. Check out their free online seminar series and download their app for endless content and free webinars. Without them I wouldn't be able to afford the time and produce the podcast to the level we do each and every week.
Wondering why a lot of diets fail? Or why is it that you keep going to the refrigerator at night? Several studies suggest that the reason most diets fail is that people are barking up the wrong tree. Trisha Nelson joins us today as she shares how being overweight is a symptom of overeating and how overeating is a symptom of what's eating you. Trisha has spent over 30 years researching the hidden causes of addictive personality. She is an internationally acclaimed author, transformational speaker, and emotional eating expert. Her story sparked my interest as I had recently been aware of my own healing and personal issues with food and gut health. Trisha was obsessed with food and that obsession translated into being overweight. By age 20, she was 50 pounds overweight. She hated exercise that at some point, she even considered joining the army so she'd be forced to exercise at boot camp. Eventually, she met somebody who showed her that her problem had nothing to do with food, but it was really an emotional issue. He helped her deal with it by going deeper and dealing with the underlying causes – realizing she had a living problem and not an eating problem – and all that changed her entire life. Today, Trisha shares her journey with emotional eating and how it prompted her to write the book, Heal Your Hunger: 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now. Hopefully, this soulful conversation today with Trisha inspires everyone who's also dealing with emotional eating issues or addiction to food so they can ultimately achieve healing. Tricia's Bio Tricia Nelson is an internationally acclaimed author, transformational speaker, and Emotional Eating Expert. She lost fifty pounds by identifying and healing the underlying causes of her emotional eating. She has spent over thirty years researching the hidden causes of the addictive personality. Tricia is the author of the #1 bestselling book, Heal Your Hunger, 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now. She also certifies health coaches so they can get better results, referrals, and revenue by helping their clients overcome emotional eating. Tricia is the host of the popular podcast, The Heal Your Hunger Show and is a highly regarded speaker. Tricia has been featured on NBC, CBS, KTLA, FOX, and Discovery Health. In this episode, you will hear : Trisha's journey with emotional eating Why 98% of diets fail Emotional eater vs. being addicted to food Types of emotional eating: undereating, overeating, and restrictions The PEP test: Are you using food as a painkiller, an escape, punishment? Our intense relationships with food and money About the 5-day sugar challenge Supporting Resources: www.healyourhunger.com http://book.healyourhunger.com/ Offerings with Hope or Alex: Distance Reiki with Intuitive Guidance with Alex Personal Readings (Mediumship, Intuitive Guidance, Soul Readings) Mentorship with Hope: Start Your Spiritual Business Available Now Beginner Mediumship Self Study Course Available Now Journey with Spirit Available Now Follow me: www.hopetaylormedium.com www.facebook.com/hopetaylormedium www.instagram.com/findinghopepodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvsTeGQiDr_JPzn_HPSKIiA Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
Who really delivers babies? Is it the Mother? Dive into this episode to hear why you don't have to be a mother to birth something into the world, how to tap into your creative energy in a new way and how the Great Mystery has a play in it all! JOIN THE OYI 2022 COURSE HERE!Register for an Upcoming Event Here!Join Autumn Medicine!Schedule your 1:1 Soul Reading with Kelly!Kelly Rich is an Intuitive Soul Reader, Seeress and host of the Own Your Intuition podcast. She will empower and guide you with gentle, yet very fierce love to do your soul's Work with grace, dedication and compassion. Her signature digital Intuitive Readings + 1:1 Mentorship offerings are recognized globally. You can learn more about Kelly's work at www.KellyRichIntuitive.com and on Instagram @KellyRichIntuitive
Last week, I was in my first in-person event for the first time in 2 years. This brought fire back for me! At the conference, we had a seminar with the fabulous Karissa Kouchis, Director of Unleash Her Power Within and National Speaker for Tony Robbins. She gave us some amazing talking points on what is holding you back from taking the next steps. That is exactly what we are going to walk through on this episode of Women Inspiring Women! Working 1 on 1 with Katy and Melanie, you will receive personalized weekly support/accountability tailored for your specific and unique business goals. Check Out The 1:1 Mentorship here: https://chicinfluencer.com/private-mastermind/ Are you interested in starting a business? Do you have a business idea but you are needing step by step guidance for getting your business up and running? Do you have a ton of questions swirling around in your mind from do I need to set up an LLC? Register today for our FREE Small Business Virtual Summit. The event will be held from 1:00pm EST to 5:00pm on Thursday October 21st: https://chicinfluencer.com/small-business-summit/
It's much easier to manage overeating, hunger, and food in general when life goes according to plan, but what about when things become chaotic? On today's solo episode, Deanna coaches guest Shaina through her struggles with bringing her new healthy food relationship and habits on the road during her frequent travels. You'll learn how to manage balance no matter what is going on with your life, even in the face of gas station candy! If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a 5 star rating and review. To apply to be in the Mentorship program, click here. Stay in touch with Deanna by following her on Instagram.
In this video, Jake and Gino are teaching you how to use bridge financing to purchase your next multifamily real estate investment. Building relationships with your community banks is a great way to get started in the journey of leveraging the power of Bridge Financing to purchase multifamily real estate properties. Leveraging the right Bridge Financing and Refi strategy can help you gain more equity. Watch this video from start to finish to learn how Jake and Gino leverage Bridge Financing through community banks. Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/jakeandgino/sub_confirmation=1 Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #investing Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/