On this week's podcast episode, I dive into the topic of owning your voice in making an impact. I think these days as our personal lives and business lives blend more and more as entrepreneurs (especially service based online business owners), it can be extremely difficult to discern your own voice from others and how far to take your own voice. I won't lie - in the face of the Supreme Court decision this past week, I questioned how strong my voice needs to be because in my personal life I tend to be pretty strong. But does that serve my business? Does that alienate or include those who need the mindset work I do to have real conversations. This week I explore the idea of voice and the impact you want to make in your business. I hope this helps you draw the line for yourself.
Brian Beers is the Swiss Army Knife of franchisees. From buying to scaling and selling, he pulls no punches. And as the owner of 29 Midas locations, Brian knows entrepreneurship inside and out. When the family business is franchises, you know you're in the hands of an industry expert. Brian's family founded Midas, the auto repair franchise, in 1976. Now Brian runs multiple units, all within an hour of Philadelphia. The Wolf and Brian dive right into how Brian leverages owner finance to buy locations, why a profit first approach should be every business owner's priority, and how to identify a franchise system that has plenty of acquisition opportunity. You'll also hear how the Baby Boomer generation plays a role in Brian's acquisition strategy and his ambitious goals for the future. And if you've enjoyed listening to Franchise Empires, I'd be so grateful if you could drop me a 5-star review on https://ratethispodcast.com/franchiseempires (Rate My Podcast). Thank you so much! Follow Brian: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-t-beers (linkedin.com/in/brian-t-beers) Twitter: https://twitter.com/brianbeers (twitter.com/brianbeers) Check outhttps://workweek.com/brand/te-wolf-of-franchises/ ( The Wolf's newsletter) Stay up-to-date on all things Franchise Empires by following The Wolf on Twitter:https://twitter.com/franchisewolf ( https://twitter.com/franchisewolf)
A new MP3 sermon from Woodruff Road Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Difficulty of Owning Two Homes Subtitle: Haggai Speaker: Scotty S. Anderson Broadcaster: Woodruff Road Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 6/26/2022 Bible: Haggai 1:1-11 Length: 42 min.
In this episode, Jared brings on Craig Burgess with BR Williams. Craig has been with BR Williams for 30 years and talks about the history of the company and how they've been able to grow so rapidly. Check them out here: https://www.brwilliams.com/
On today's episode of the Soul Aligned Business Babe podcast I talk about really truly owning your uniqueness. Your gifts, your methods, your personality, your experiences. You do things in a unique way and it's time to really own that. Noone else can be you. Noone else can do things quite like you. Noone else is you. I had a moment last week where I honestly thought to myself… I wish I could find a coach like me. A coach that offers what I offer. I have spent over six figures and worked with countless mentors to evolve into who I am and to develop my own unique approach to coaching. This is not me believing I'm better than anyone else, but just owning the power of my work and my unique approach. I want you to own that too. If you feel called you can find out more about my 1:1 coaching here. Links and resources: For more about me and current programs visit my website Follow me on Instagram @iamsusanfrancis Download my free Quantum Manifestation guide here Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any future insights and teachings on all things mindset, manifestation and business. And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a rating and a review. Thanks!
Owning a business isn't for everyone and there is absolutely no shame in working in a chain salon or commission salon that does the marketing for you! You're still an amazing, worthy stylist and we love you if that's your choice and you're just not into all this stuff. AND also. If you have chosen to be a hair stylist entrepreneur and have your own salon suite or have chosen booth rental… marketing will ALWAYS be a part of your life because growing an audience and turning strangers into $$$ is a VITAL aspect of owning a business! The three techniques I share in this training will help you…
HT1208 - The Size of Ownership Owning a photograph is a splendid thing. Owning a giant print is a challenging and cumber something. Giant prints are best seen in giant rooms. Doesn't it make sense that if you want individuals to own your prints that it's best if you make them a size that fits the rooms in which they will be seen? And for most people, isn't that likely to be a modest size print?
The Pet Biz Wiz, Dom Hodgson, is the world's leading pet business coach and marketing strategist. Since 2011 he has helped over 1312 frustrated pet business owners to double or triple their revenue and create an impactful business while working less.His superpower is helping ambitious heart-centred petpreneurs to stand out, systemize and scale up their business. He also helps them become published authors and recognized experts in their field.Dom had written 7 books and mentored thousands of pet business owners through his Pet Business Inner Circle Coaching Programs. Dan Kennedy said this about Dom; “Dom Hodgson is Europe's Number 1 Business Coach of Dog Walkers, Dog Trainers and Pet Sitters.”Dom is giving away his book at petbusinessmarketing.com/freebookHost Recent EpisodesMegaBucks Radio with Nina Hershbergerhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/megabucks-radio-with-nina-hershbergerSource: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/dom-hodgson-pet-biz-wiz-on-the-keys-to-owning-a-premium-pet-related-business
In this episode, we discuss which works out better financially – renting or owning property. This includes a deep dive into the numbers based on our new financial model, which you can download here. We also walk through the pros and cons (of both) which can't be captured within the numbers.
In this episode, Leah chats with manifestation expert + actress Jessica Paul. They dive deep into self-expression, fucking owning it, putting on the blinders in your biz, dealing with naysayers, and manifestation! Jessica's IG Jessica's Website Leah's IG Buy Leah's Book: Confessions of an Uncaged Soul!
NBA – Pistons draft Ivey at No. 5 and acquire No. 13 pick Duren The Detroit Pistons have selected Purdue's Jaden Ivey with the No. 5 overall pick in the NBA draft. Detroit's rebuilding plan should get a boost with the addition of the dynamic player. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Ivey can play point or shooting guard. The busy team acquired Memphis center Jalen Duren, who was drafted No. 13 overall by Charlotte and traded to New York. Detroit also added Knicks guard Kemba Walker in exchange for a 2025 first-round pick it acquired the previous day. The Pistons added Italian guard Gabriele Procida, who shot 38.3% on 3-pointers for Bologna. NBA – Chicago Bulls take Arizona guard Dalen Terry at No. 18 The Chicago Bulls drafted Arizona guard Dalen Terry with the No. 18 pick, adding size and versatility in the backcourt as they try to take another step after making a big jump to reach the playoffs for the first time in five years. The 6-foot-7, 195-pound Terry averaged 8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.9 assists, and 1.2 steals as a sophomore in coach Tommy Lloyd's first season. Owning a 7-foot wingspan, he can guard multiple spots. And on offense, he can play on or off the ball. Chicago did not have a second-round pick as it was forfeited for a tampering violation. NBA – Magic take Banchero 1st, Holmgren, Smith follow in NBA draft The Orlando Magic selected Duke freshman Paolo Banchero with the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. After leading the Blue Devils to the Final Four in coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season, the 6-foot-10 forward was called first by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to begin the draft, beating out fellow first-year forwards Jabari Smith Jr. and Chet Holmgren. Banchero, wearing a purple suit full of bling, received a loud ovation inside Barclays Center, where Duke lost in the ACC Tournament final. Notre Dame freshman Guard Blake Wesley went 25th overall to San Antonio. Michigan had forward Caleb Houston go to Orlando at 32nd overall, his Wolverine teammated Moussa Diabate was taken 43rd overall to the LA Clippers. Michigan State guard Max Christie was taken by the Lakers with the 35th overall pick. MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Baltimore Orioles 4, Chicago White Sox 0 Pittsburgh Pirates 8, Chicago Cubs 7 – 10 Innings Tigers were off Orioles 4, White Sox 0 – Rookie Rutschman leads Orioles past hobbled White Sox 4-0 Rookie Adley Rutschman homered, doubled and drove in three runs to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the banged-up Chicago White Sox 4-0. Ryan Mountcastle had two doubles among his three hits as the Orioles won their second in a row and third in four. Dean Kremer tossed 5 2/3 scoreless innings before three relievers finished off a nine-hit shutout. Kremer struck out four and walked one in his second straight scoreless outing and fourth start since returning from a strained right oblique on June 5. Jorge Lopez entered with one out in the ninth and fanned Tim Anderson and Andrew Vaughn for his 12th save. Pirates 8, Cubs 7 – F/10 – Chavis stars with bat, defense, Pirates edge Cubs in 10 Michael Chavis hit a tying home run in the eighth before pulling off a defensive gem and delivering a game-ending single in the 10th, sending the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Chicago Cubs 8-7. Chavis' solo homer made it 7-all after the Cubs scored five times in the top of the eighth. In the 10th, Chavis charged a slow grounder by Jason Heyward toward first base and threw out Patrick Wisdom at the plate. The call stood after a Chicago challenge. In the bottom half, Chavis blooped a single to right and automatic runner Ke'Bryan Hayes scored in a collision with catcher Wilson Contreras. Hayes remained down for a few moments before walking off under his own power. Hayes homered earlier in the game. Tonight Baltimore (Voth 0-0) at Chicago White Sox (Kopech 2-3), 8:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Hendricks 2-6) at St. Louis (Pallante 2-2), 8:15 p.m.
Ely Alkurd owns Dar Tèta, a Middle Eastern restaurant in the town Forrest near Great Ocean Road in Victoria. She was born in Jordan and after school went to study in the USSR, where she was assigned first to Irkutsk and then to Donetsk. Eli graduated from graduate school in Kharkov. In this podcast, she tells her amazing story. This is a Russian language content. - Эли Алькурд владеет рестораном ближневосточной кухни Dar Tèta в небольшом городке Forrest рядом с Great Ocean Road в Виктории. Она родилась в Иордании и после школы поехала учиться в СССР, где ее распределили сначала в Иркутск, а потом в Донецк. Аспирантуру Эли окончила в Харькове. В этом подкасте она рассказывает свою удивительную историю.
In this episode, Bailey interviews successful restauranteur, cookbook author, and advocate for holistic therapies, Karyn Calabrese. She is 75 years young and has been predominately raw vegan for over 40+ years. Karyn was first known for opening the longest standing gourmet raw food restaurant in the US, Karyns Raw Bistro. She now runs her holistic wellness center in which she helps people detox and heal their bodies through her detox/cleanse programs, spa treatments, clean product line, longevity workshops, and much more. Bailey and Karyn have a kismet conversation on the plant based lifestyle and how it has evolved over the decades. Karyn sheds a positive light on the idea of aging, and questions the narrative of how much power we actually have when it comes to maintaining optimal health. She brings her charm, knowledge, and experience to this interview. You won't want to miss it! They chat about: Owning the longest standing raw food restaurant in the U.S. Feeding yourself first: (spiritually, mentally, and physically). Healthy habits with your phone. The baby formula shortage. Changing the narrative on aging. Reality of menopause. Eating raw vegan & detoxing. Erasing the labels that separate us. How alcohol effects the body. Plantbased: (40 years ago vs present day). The power of colonics. And much more! This episode is lighthearted, educational, and uplifting! Click now to listen. Enjoy this Episode? Leave a comment on Apple Podcasts about your favorite part of the podcast! Help us spread this love! Don't forget to share with a friend! A special thanks to our podcast sponsor Chef Bai (us)! This week we are promoting our freebie on the Chef Bai website all about period pain. We are on a mission to help liberate women from their periods. It's a free download on my website, simply go to www.chefbai.kitchen and right away there will be a pop up. It's a free download for 6 easy hacks that you can use through your food, to have a better, less painful period. 100% free and my gift to the community. Click below for our free download: “6 Food Hacks Heal Your Cycle” Go to www.chefbai.kitchen for your download. Want more info about Karyn? Follow on Instagram @karyncalabrese Don't forget to follow Chef Bai on IG and Tiktok @Chef_bai for more podcasts, recipes, wellness info, kitchen tips, and her best selling cookbook. “Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!” Extra Shownotes: Optimal Health Institute Of San Diego
“Sexual energy shows up when we are actively participating in our lives, not simply letting life happen to us. Simple things like communicating how we feel, exercising in a way that makes us feel connected and healthy in our bodies, and speaking up for ourselves can be fantastic ways of clearing the blockages to this energy and letting it begin to flow again.” ~ Julie Peters Guest Introduction: Welcome to another episode of Exploring the Seasons of Life, a podcast for women with a big heart on a spiritual journey. My name is Cindy MacMillan. Do you ever feel like you are waiting on a permission slip to live the life you want? If you answered yes, then you are in the right spot. Each week I interview coaches and spiritual explorers, from all walks of life about beginnings, endings and the messy bits in between. Self-love well-being and mindset are at the heart of our conversations. Because once you change the inside, the outside will begin to change as well. In this episode of Exploring the Seasons of Life, we are chatting about things we do without realizing it that block our sexual energy. And my guest is Deanne Rose. Deanne is a pleasure coach and ecstatic birth doula. She believes in a world where women are connected to their natural rhythms and cycles. She guides women in remembering who they are, reclaiming their power and rising into the best version of themselves. You're going to love this episode, and I personally can't wait to talk to Deanne, so let's get to it. Here's a glimpse of our conversation: Welcome to the show, Deanne. Thank you for being here. 1:44 I believe our sexual energy is our life force energy, our creative energy. You can use it for sexual pleasure. But you also could use it in your tangible day to day, life, and work. So, I believe that when we can get in tune with this creative sexual energy, that we really, truly find our voice. 4:08 About seven years ago, I went through a divorce. And so, I was given the spaciousness, this time to look at myself, and to see where I had lost myself; you know, as a mother, as a wife, and as a woman. The first thing I did, I remember, was I went to Victoria's Secrets and got all new underwear. 7:44 I don't think we're living, we're just surviving, you know, we're truly not living life, because life is pleasure. 12:43 I love to dance, and I remember years ago thinking, oh, you know what, when I come back in another life, I want to be a dancer. And there was like a little voice inside of my head said we'll just start dancing now. And I'm like, okay, I will and it's just so free. That's what I do every morning. 15:45 Sometimes it's just coconut oil. If I have time, I'll add some essential oils, some essential oils that are good for, for women. Geranium, Clary Sage, I like Douglas fir, because that's a very grounding oil, but those other two I mentioned are good for hormone balancing. 18:36 I think it's very few people who actually had a very healthy sex education, when they were growing up. 21:01 What has helped me, is I use what is called a jade egg, it's like a gem for my vagina. 29:17 And like you said, it doesn't have to end in divorce. Sometimes it does if you're just not compatible anymore, but I think most of the time when there's communication, because if you're feeling this way, your partner's probably also feeling this way. So, who's going to have enough courage to bring this up? And, and you know, how can we address this? 32:12 I just want to remind, especially women, that pleasure is our birthright, that we are here to live in the full expression of ourselves. In all the beauty that there is because we're each are individually beautiful beings here for a purpose and when we can express ourselves fully. That's how we make a giant positive impact in the world. You can find Deanne Rose at: Website Instagram FaceBook IF YOU LOVED THIS CONVERSATION WITH DEANNE ROSE YOU'LL ALSO LOVE THE CONVERSATIONS I HAD WITH: Niki Svara on Self-Forgiveness 4 Self-Care Practices for our Spiritual Life with Lydia Knorr Suzie DeVaughn on Comprehensive Self-Care to Uplift Your Body, Mind and Soul 4 Self-Care Practices for the Mind with Jill Krzyzanowicz Friends, I have partnered with dōTERRA Essential Oils. Just one of the many reasons I am so excited; is because it's in total alignment with the podcast and the topics that I am passionate about...topics that encompass the human experience; self-care, stress management, hormones, resiliency, grief and our emotional health. And I love love their uncompromising commitment to purity and being a company with a conscience. I truly feel this is a beautiful fit with my mission to serve and support women in every season of their life; beginnings, endings + the messy bits in-between. I'm also doing this for my overall well-being, and want to share my journey with you, as I rediscover the benefits of essential oils.
The Yankees go 7-2 vs division rivals Tampa and Toronto to grow their lead in the AL East. Aaron Judge continues to prove that betting on himself will get him paid! Anthony Rizzo has bounced back and is on pace for career high in Home Runs. Gerrit Cole finally beast Tampa and much more on this episode with Sam and Steve
We're joined on this week's episode of CP Radio by Chris Bridgeford! Chris is the owner of Generation Strength Gym in Vancouver, WA, as well as an elite powerlifter in the 242 weight class. With a 2,000+ lb raw total and a blooming business, you might think it difficult to manage being such a high level competitor as well as business owner. Yet, Chris is still crushing both! Listen in to hear how he is able to manage it. For more on Chris, check him out on Instagram or at Generation Strength.
(0:59) - The guys open the show reviewing Fed Chair Jay Powell's testimony in front of congress and where he stands on inflation.(12:26) - Continuing to talk about inflation, specifically whether or not new policy can effectively combat higher costs.(23:00) - Discussing what parts of the world have the "bubbliest" housing markets.(31:56) - Weighing in on owning a home vs. renting a home. A new report shows that the cost of owning far exceeds the cost of renting.
* Read below for a special travel deal associated with this episodes * On episode 84 of the podcast we meet a man who's blazed a trail in the travel digital space, but things didn't always go as planned for Scott Eddy. Life changed for Scott after losing his father 3 weeks before graduating high school. After months of feeling lost, unmotivated, and directionless, Scott joined an investment training program and excelled as a stockbroker over the next decade. After 10 years traveling between Florida and New York as a stockbroker, Scott said goodbye to the corporate world and embarked on his first life changing trip. Scott's lifestyle gradually transformed into something he couldn't plan or predict, starting with his moving permanently to Asia to explore life beyond living in the United States. After living in Europe and Asia for 17 years, Scott fell in love with several different cultures and recognized the value of creating lasting relationships. Scott embraced his sales and business savvy once again by starting one of the first digital agencies in Southeast Asia. Owning and selling this agency gave him a deep understanding of the digital transformation several industries would encounter. Scott is a true people person and believes human connection is the only key to success and happiness. Although based in South Florida, there is no one place he currently calls home and is a genuine citizen of the world, traveling full-time, living out of a few suitcases through countless destinations. 2020 changed the world of travel in ways no one could ever predict, and for better or worse, Scott Eddy has become the ‘go-to' digital guy for the travel industry, understanding it far more than many others as he chooses to completely immerse himself in its development and growth. Episode 84 is sponsored by the small ship adventure company Uncruise Use TWM500 for $500 per person on an UnCruise adventure - click here for all the incredible trip UnCruise offers.
Welcome to Plugged In! Today, Justin and Justise provide an overview on the pros and cons of owning a Hyundia IONIQ 5 over the course of 5,000 miles. Tune in to learn more!
In Parashat Shelach, twelve scouts scope out the promised land. They are on a mission to gain answers to specific questions, some about the land itself, and what kind of home it would be, and others about strategy for conquering the land. Fundamentally, it is a story of receiving an ancestral inheritance and doing the work to figure out what it will take to make it home.
This week, the Mavens talked with Adam Rymer, Chief Executive Officer at Envy Gaming. Owning major teams in the eSports medium like Team Envy and OpTic Texas, Envy Gaming was first founded in 2007 in the form of a professional Call of Duty Team before growing into a major company in the eSports industry as a whole. Today, Envy Gaming is not just a conglomerate of teams, but an organization building its brand and reaching fans all over the world . With the Mavens, Rymer discusses managing so many teams, how the gaming industry may change with the incoming Metaverse, and how Envy Gaming engages with and grows their international fanbases. To learn more, tune in to “Game Envy!”
Corey Woodruff is a successful real estate investor and CEO of CMH Capital, which specializes in mobile home communities and mobile home parks. Corey's story illustrates the importance of being resourceful, having a good strategy, and being able to efficiently execute on deals. He credits his success to his ability to be systematic in his approach, learn from his mistakes, and stay focused on what was important. He shares lessons he learned from his experience buying and selling properties, including the importance of doing due diligence before making an investment and knowing the competition. He advises the importance of spending time with family and loved ones, and how that has influenced his perspective on success.[00:01 - 07:10] Opening SegmentLet's get to know Corey Woodruff!How Corey invested in Mobile Home CommunitiesCorey's biggest success came from learning on the jobHe never asked for money from investors with 10 million or moreHe illustrates the importance of tenacity, consistency, and learning from mistakes when starting a businessHe went from living in a trailer park to owning 2-million-dollar park in just a few years[07:11 - 19:15] Start Owning Your Own Park and Make Huge ReturnsCorey says in the past eight months, the company grew from 300 employees to 3000The growth was due to buying good deals and scaling the company by having 15 employees working in the office and finishing parksHe is looking into the RV space and training employees to be separate in their lanesCorey's goal is a hundred percent collections, 100% tenant morale, and 100% occupancy for all three of CMH Capital's goalsThere is a big stigma surrounding mobile home parksCorey shares that he also been successful in acquiring mobile home parks off-market or through creative financing[19:16 - 30:56] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?In college, he had a lawn mowing jobWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?What Got You Here By Marshall GoldsmithWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Corey wants to develop his skills on being a Software EngineerWhat does success mean to you?Corey shares that success means to him as, “The comfort of knowing that my kid's not going to be fearful of where the meals are going to come from.”Connect with CoreyWebsite: http://cmhcapitalinc.com/Facebook: Corey Woodruff LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link.WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for EntrepreneursDiscover what it takes to start and grow your own business.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Join the Social Media Marketing School Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/228075548816937/ Get a free one-month Skillshare premium subscription and check out my classes: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Ethan-Bridge/889451717?gr_tch_ref=on&gr_trp=on ----- SMMS #323 - When posting on a social media platform, all we are essentially doing is renting a space on the platforms we post on. Ultimately, we have extremely little control over the social media platform as a whole. We don't make the rules, we don't decide who gets banned and we don't decide whether the platform continues to run. That's why in today's episode of Social Media Marketing School, I wanted to explain the importance of "de-platforming" and owning your audience on social media. I hope this episode of Social Media Marketing School provides you with some actionable tips so that you understand the importance of "de-platforming" and owning your audience on social media so that you are able to diversify your risk and are able to have complete control of your audience and what you do with it. ----- Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethanbridge/ Get a free one-month Skillshare premium subscription and check out my classes: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Ethan-Bridge/889451717?gr_tch_ref=on&gr_trp=on BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A 5-STAR RATING AND REVIEW IF YOU ENJOYED THE SHOW!
CLICK HERE TO DONATE OR SUPPORT THE PODCAST!!!! - https://thinkinginenglish.blog/donate-and-support/ Should owning a dog be illegal? On today's episode of Thinking in English, I'm going to explain why I think that owning certain types of dog, in particular “purebred” and flat faced dogs, is cruel and should not be allowed! Let's learn about the history of dog breeds and the serious problems modern dogs experience, all while learning new vocabulary and practising your listening comprehension! TRANSCRIPT -- https://thinkinginenglish.blog/2022/06/22/should-owning-a-dog-be-illegal/ You may also like... Learning English From the News?!? (with SEND7 Podcast) How to Improve Your PUBLIC SPEAKING! Creative and Critical Thinking Challenge! (English Riddles) 155. What is an Endangered Language? (English Vocabulary Lesson) INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast (https://www.instagram.com/thinkinginenglishpodcast/) Blog - thinkinginenglish.blog Vocabulary List Opinionated (adj) - an opinionated person is certain about their beliefs, and expresses their ideas strongly and often He was opinionated and selfish, but undeniably clever To breed (v) - to keep animals for the purpose of producing young animals in a controlled way Some dogs were bred to retrieve birds shot during hunting trips Breed (n) - a particular type of animal or plant What's your favourite breed of dog? Characteristic (n) - a typical or noticeable quality of someone or something Having a big nose is a characteristic in my family To bark (v) - (of a dog) to make a loud, rough noise I can hear a dog barking outside To herd (v) - to make animals move together as a group Farmers use dogs to help herd sheep Stocky (adj) - a stocky person or animal is short, wide across the chest, and strong looking He was stockier than I remembered Squashed (adj) - flat, soft, or out of shape due to being crushed or squeezed He ate some squashed sandwiches for lunch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinking-english/message
We set business goals at the beginning of the year with every intention of meeting them. But life can get messy and this year things got VERY messy. In today's episode I am going to teach you three strategies you can use to get your business back on track. These are concrete strategies that you can not only use right away but you can work on RIGHT NOW as I outline them for you. In this episode we discuss: What to do when you find yourself off course from making your goals due to unplanned challenges out of your control, such as covid. The importance of knowing your numbers when evaluating your business. How your reaction to unplanned challenges can impact business outcomes. Taking personal responsibility for your choices as they influence and contribute to outcomes going forward. Owning control over the things that you can control. Taking stock of your mental health and mindset. Asking yourself how you have maintained or changed your standards to adjust to a changed workplace. The impact PPP loans may have on your tax bill due to be paid next year. How there's still time for an amazing fourth quarter with the right course corrections. Bio: Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Wall Township, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney, and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law. Ms. Williams is a member of the New Jersey Board on Attorney Certification (NJBAC) – Matrimonial Committee, a New Jersey Supreme Court committee that determines eligibility of candidates to be certified as a recognized practitioner in the field of matrimonial law. Ms. Williams has been named a Rising Star Attorney by the New Jersey Super Lawyers franchise continuously from 2008 – 2013, and has been named a Super Lawyer by that organization for 2014 – 2019. In 2016, she was featured in the Super Lawyers publication (Williams v. The Rubber Stamp), she has been named one of the Top 50 Women Super Lawyers in New Jersey from 2017-2019 and in 2019, was voted in the Top 100 Super Lawyers in the State of New Jersey. Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017. In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University. In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers. She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money. Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms. She received her B.S., magna cum laude, and her M.S., summa cum laude, from Florida State University. She received her J.D., cum laude, from Syracuse University College of Law. Snip-Its: 00:17:21 (47 Seconds) Almost instinctually, we go to the mindset of if something is happening in the external world, we have no choice but to accept the ramifications of that in our law firm. And many times that is not true. Many times we are making choices that have adverse consequences for our business and if we were to make a different choice, the consequence would be different. And so you have to start thinking about what exactly is the cause of the current circumstance that you're experiencing in your business, whether it's an uptick or a downward slide in business. Where did that come from and what are all the pieces that contributed to that so that you can start making different choices to change the outcome that you're experiencing. 00:35:57 (43 Seconds) There are ways for you to keep the standard the same in terms of production, but allow for some modification of what will actually be produced, meaning if I don't have the work to give to a client, I could give the work into a marketing initiative or I could give the work into a system for the firm, or I could give the work into, you know, pouring into the cultural morale, depending on how high your standards are. Ultimately, that will dictate whether or not your standards should be modified. But if there's a modification, the modification should be a revamping of your structure and it ought to have very clearly defined parameters around it. It should not be simply a wholesale walking away from the standards that you created. 00:41:31 (19 Seconds) But your goal is to be fully educated and to make decisions that are best for your business based on your business metrics and separating your emotional connection to those decisions from the analysis. And this is where taking stock of yourself and why you are doing what you were doing is very important.
Owning a business can be really stressful, but there are ways to lower your stress levels as and increase productivity in your business. How? By developing your physical and mental health as the entrepreneur. In this episode, property management growth expert, Jason Hull shares his biohacking techniques and secrets that have allowed him be happy, healthy, and enjoy his day-to-day in his business. You'll Learn… [02:45] Getting Good Water [05:56] How to Transform your Workouts [09:22] Making Sure Your Body Recovers [11:08] The Benefits of Walking… Just Walking [13:33] 4 Ways to Improve your Lymphatic System [17:26] The Benefits of Cold Showers and Red Light [20:17] Making Time to Calm Yourself [21:25] My Experience with Functional Medicine Doctors [23:25] Leveling Up your Diet Tweetables “A lot of times we might not be focused on our health. We might not be thinking that that's a priority, but if you wanna make more money, in my opinion, it is essential.” “Being a business owner is stressful in general, and there's a baseline level of pressure and noise that we experience running a business.” “You need to build the business towards what you want and having the day to day that you want and having the life that you want. That's why we have businesses.” “Walking doesn't increase stress response in the body. It tells your nervous system that you're calm and that things are okay. It shifts you out of that fight or flight stress response that we tend to shift into as entrepreneurs.” Resources DoorGrow and Scale Mastermind DoorGrow Academy DoorGrow on YouTube DoorGrowClub DoorGrowLive TalkRoute Referral Link Transcript [00:00:00] So I've cut out greens and started on a carnivore diet and I started getting more into meat, getting liver in my diet, getting heart in my diet, and I've found that my inflammation has gone down, because plants, have a lot of oxalates and other things that plants use to protect themselves from getting eaten, and now I jokingly say to people "Plants are trying to kill you," [00:00:23] Welcome DoorGrow Hackers to the #DoorGrowShow. If you are a property management entrepreneur that wants to add doors, make a difference, increase revenue, help others, impact lives, and you're interested in growing in business and life, and you're open to doing things a bit differently, then you are a DoorGrow Hacker. DoorGrow Hackers love the opportunities, daily variety, unique challenges, and freedom that property management brings. Many in real estate think you're crazy for doing it. You think they're crazy for not because you realize that property management is the ultimate, high trust gateway to real estate deals, relationships, and residual income. [00:01:01] At DoorGrow, we are on a mission to transform property management business owners and their businesses. We wanna transform the industry, eliminate the BS, build awareness, change perception, expand the market, and help the best property management entrepreneurs win. I'm your host, property management growth expert, Jason Hull, the founder and CEO of DoorGrow. Now let's get into the show. [00:01:24] So today's topic is how property managers can lower their stress, increase productivity by focusing on health. And so a lot of times we might not be focused on our health. We might not be thinking that that's a priority, but if you wanna make more money, in my opinion, it is essential, and it's important in order to get to that next level. And you might be thinking, "I'm doing alright financially. I'm doing okay." But I guarantee you'll be doing a lot better if you focus on your health. So let's talk about this, and, you know, as property managers, what I hear-- feedback from my clients-- is that they deal with a lot of stress. They deal with a lot of challenges. Being a business owner is stressful in general, and there's a baseline level of pressure and noise that we experience running a business. And that baseline is higher and higher, usually as you grow your business, unless you get the right support and set up a business in a way that is gonna protect you. [00:02:17] You can listen to one of my previous episodes where I talk about the four reasons for running a business and that secret fifth reason, but those four reasons for running a business really is fulfillment, freedom, contribution, and support, and that means you need to be taken care of. That's support, right? And you need to build the business towards what you want and having the day to day that you want and having the life that you want. That's why we have businesses. Otherwise, you might as well just go get a job. So here's some of the tools that I use: [00:02:45] So one of the most simple, basic things is water, like making sure that you're getting hydrated. And so, my secret for having really good water, cause I'm a little bit of a water snob, is that I distill all of my water. Now, a lot of people are like, "Well, why would you do that? Why don't you just filter and reverse osmosis and all this stuff?" well, the reason I like to distill water is distilling water removes everything from the water, everything. It removes fluoride, which can screw up, like some of your hormone generating things like your pineal gland and calcifies that and other areas of your body. Right? [00:03:22] So it removes heavy metals. It removes all sorts of chemicals. By distilling water, it turns it into steam. That steam is then cooled, and then it drips and comes out as pure water with nothing in it. Now, distilled water doesn't taste very good, right? So then I add back into that water, what I want to be in it. So real simple, you just go and get a bottle from Amazon of trace minerals. I have this water distilling machine. It takes, maybe about four hours. It does about a liter an hour. So it'll do about, I think, four liters of water or something like that. It's almost a gallon. And then, once it distills it into a pitcher, I dump that pitcher into a glass, water container. In general, you want your water stored in either glass or metal, stainless steel or something like that. You don't want it sitting in plastic. I avoid plastics as much as possible because they have hormone disruptors, and they can screw with your hormones and mess with your testosterone levels if you're a dude, mess with your estrogen levels if you're female. [00:04:24] So I distill the water and then I add trace minerals back in, so the water tastes really good. Like I really like how it tastes. And you'll have to play around with how much to do because too much minerals doesn't taste great, and too little: it's gonna taste a little flat or weird, but that's how I get really good water, and then I know it doesn't have a lot of the garbage in it that is gonna come through the tap. So what's really interesting is you take that tap water, put in your distiller. Well, what you see left after using your distiller for weeks, you'll just see this cake of stuff of like calcification, chemicals, and gross stuff. And it's like kind of brown and white, and like, this is stuff that you don't want in your body and it smells. It doesn't smell good. This is what's in your water. [00:05:07] So you can see people go and do some sort of electrolysis on water on some YouTube videos, and you'll see they'll hook metal up to water and they'll do electrolysis to it and all the stuff that's in the water, it will turn brown and like green and stuff like this, and it gets really gross, and that doesn't happen on distilled water. There's nothing for it to do that with. It really makes you think, "Well, maybe I should not be drinking all that garbage. Right. And it came in handy, like here in Austin, we had some issues with water during the freeze and some stuff that happened and we were getting notices like: "the water's not safe to drink. Make sure you boil your water. I'm like, well distilled water is boiled water, so there isn't an issue. It kills bacteria, it kills viruses, it kills germs, turning it into steam. So maybe you trust the municipal water, but. I don't., So that's that's first thing is basic water. [00:05:56] The other thing is workouts. So let's talk about that. So I don't wanna spend a lot of time working out. Some people wanna spend an hour or two hours. Cool, but a lot of people use the excuse: "I don't have time to work out." Well, there's a really cool system. There's a book written by Dr. Jaquish, I think is how you say his name, but the book title is called Why Weightlifting is a Waste of Time: and so is Cardio, or something like that. That's not the exact title, but the idea he puts out is that you don't have to spend a ton of time. The ultimate goal is to achieve muscle failure. So what's the fastest way to achieve that, to force your muscles in your body in the state of growth? [00:06:31] Well, he developed a system called the X3 bar, so you can just go to X, the letter X, the digit three, and then bar.com. And you can go get his system. It's like 500 bucks, I think, 600 bucks. I don't know. And it's everything that you need to develop your musculature and your body. And the workouts only take 10 to 15 minutes. So I'll work maybe about 10, 15 minutes. I can do it every day. If I want to, if I'm getting enough rest, I have enough recovery time. I can do a push workout one day, and I can do a pull workout the next day, and I can alternate. And then sometimes I take a day off just to recover or if I didn't get enough sleep, I'll take a day off. So that's the workout thing. So it's just bands. And the cool thing about the bands with the bar is you can lift a lot more weight than you can with free weights or doing weight lifting. [00:07:22] You can lift a lot more weight because the bands are easier at the lowest points of movement where you are most likely to get injured. So I don't have injuries anymore, working out. It's better than when I used to work out with a trainer three times a week. And I'd be incredibly sore. You don't develop soreness, which is weird. I'm a little sore sometimes if I work out aggressively with it, but it's hard because in order for you to get sore, your body has to build up lactic acid. And that usually takes 30 minutes to an hour to really build up lactic acid. So there isn't enough time for you to develop lactic acid to get sore, which means you might think you're not getting enough or need to work out twice a day or like multiple times, or do extra reps or extra sets. You don't. Like it's intense enough, and I'm getting musculature gains. I'm growing and it's only 10, 15 minutes a day. I know it's crazy. Right. So X3 bar. [00:08:14] It's got a hard metal bar. You can connect that then to a band. It has a plate that you stand on. I went the extra step and got the accelerator, which is kind of this vibration plate. They partnered with a company to do a vibration plate, which increases growth hormone. So I'm standing on this vibrating plate when I'm doing the workouts and you can do squats. You can do deadlifts, you can do bench press. All this with bands and at the lowest points of movement where you're most likely to get injured with free weights or doing weight lifting, it's the easiest with the band, but then you can exceed the weight that you would be able to do and go beyond that weight because the band gets harder the further that you push it or the more that you stretch it. And then, you can also just do partial movements. You do a full movement, then you do partial movements until you barely can move it and you hit complete failure. So you can do one set of each movement and get to complete failure really quickly and move on to the next movement. And it only takes a small handful of moments a day, and it is only 10, 15 minutes. So I love the X3 bar. [00:09:22] Now, the other thing related to that is recovery. So how do I know if my body's recovered enough, if I'm not paying attention to soreness like I used to? So I use the Oura ring, which is spelled O-U-R-A, I believe, the Oura ring. So a lot of celebrities are using this. This is a device that, it's actually a little computer ring. And it's got little diodes and things that measure, and at night I'll see it in the dark. I'll see it glowing green around my finger. It's measuring my heart rate. It's measuring like what's going on with my heart, and it tracks this throughout the day. It tracks my sleep patterns and it gives me a score the next day of a readiness score. It gives me a sleep score. It measures activity, so it helps me know, based on my heart rate while I'm sleeping and my resting heart rate, whether or not I'm recovered enough to do my next workout. [00:10:16] And if I'm getting good enough sleep and good enough nutrition, it's never an issue. Like I'm pretty much ready to workout every day. And so, I like the Oura ring. It helps me know whether or not I should take it easy. I had a late night the other night, having to drive out to pick my fiance up from the airport and it was late. I got back late, and I didn't get enough sleep, so I didn't work out the next day because my readiness score and sleep score was obviously bad and I needed more time to recover. So you can pay attention to those kind of things. If you're sick, things like that, it'll, show up that you're not really ready or you didn't recover. Your heart rate was elevated while you were sleeping. So that was recommended to me by my functional medicine doctor, and it's been a game changer for me in helping me to get good sleep. So sleep is the next big hack is making sure that you get really good sleep so that you have really good recovery. [00:11:08] Now, the other thing that I try to do is get about 10,000 steps a day of walking, just walking, not running, walking. Walking, doesn't increase stress response in the body. It tells your nervous system that you're calm and that things are okay. It shifts you out of that fight or flight stress response that we tend to shift into as entrepreneurs. And so walking really can have a calming effect. It also is a form of bilateral stimulation, which is used in EMDR therapy, which helps you deal with emotional stress response and emotional issues. So I like to get a walk in., Usually I try to go for a walk in the morning, and then I might try to go for a walk in the evening. And I also have a walking treadmill from a company called lifespan. So underneath me right now, I'm standing on it. There is a treadmill underneath my standing desk. So I highly recommend standing desks so that you're standing. But if you want to even step it up even more, literally, get a walking treadmill so that you can walk throughout the day. [00:12:08] You can control it from a little panel on your desk and you can get some steps in and movement while you're walking and maybe kind of multitask just a little bit. Right. You're walking, getting some stuff done. I noticed it's a little distracting for clients on calls, so I've been trying not to do that during calls, and do it in between or on calls that maybe are with my team or don't matter maybe as much, because it's kind of distracting to see somebody walking and everybody comments on it every time, so I'm just, I'm tired of having people just comment like, "Hey, what are you doing?" "Walking on a treadmill." And then it turns into a conversation about how cool my treadmill is, and then they want to know about it, and I want to get into whatever we're talking about. Right. [00:12:44] So, but getting some walks in the morning resets your spine. It gets your digestive tract going. It helps you have healthy bowel movements, like all of these mechanisms, our bodies were made to move and walk, so I recommend you go for a walk in the morning. You get that sunlight. Sunlight is another health hack. It gives you vitamin D. It helps body processes. Your eyes are attuned to sunlight. So also getting sunlight in the morning when you go for a walk and on your skin, both. Have been proven to help your body set its circadian rhythm and to get better energy and better sleep and biological processes happen. So going out into the sunlight, getting some sunlight on your eyeballs and on your skin and going for a walk is healthy. I like to do it without a shirt on, so I get even more vitamin D, but that may not be you. [00:13:33] Walking also helps your lymphatic system. So the other things I do for health, let's talk about the lymphatic system. Lymphatic system is often neglected, but it's the drainage system in your body. It's the sewage system, and if the sewage system in your house is backed up and not healthy, everyone's gonna be sick in that house, right? It's gonna be gross. Well, that's most people's bodies. They don't have a healthy lymphatic system. So in my office, I have a rebounder. It's a little trampoline that can help flush the lymphatic system because the lymphatic system doesn't move on its own. You need to be walking or moving or jumping can help flush the lymphatic system. Even jumping for like two to five minutes can really help flush the lymphatic system and make it healthier. [00:14:13] The other thing that I'll do in the morning is I will do dry brushing. So it's a natural brush. It's a brush that's made for skin brushing or dry brushing. This has been used by Chinese cultures for like thousands of years, I guess, but you basically brush your entire skin surface of your entire body. So I'll brush, you know, my face, my neck, like everything. And what I find is it gets the lymph moving. It gets my body feeling a lot healthier. And so I do that before I even go for a walk in the morning, I will do dry brushing, and brush my entire body so that it makes the skin really soft. It removes dead skin cells. It helps your skin have better oxygenation and breathe, keeps you younger. The lymphatic system is what keeps you looking and feeling young a lot of times and gives you more energy if it's healthy and clean, because it's able to remove waste and toxins and congestion and build up in the body. So getting that, using rebounder, going for walks, dry brushing are ways to improve that, and the other thing that I'll use to help my lymphatic system is a sauna. [00:15:21] So I have a infrared sauna. I got one of those 360, lay down, portable saunas. It looks kind of like a rounded tube or coffin I can lay in and I pull the top part over me. What's really nice about that versus these big room saunas that are really expensive is those big room infrared saunas? The problem is there's no lights or heat generated directly onto the areas where you're sitting on the backs of your legs, on your buttocks, on your hamstring area, on your calves, like there's no light there. Sometimes it's just hitting you from the side, maybe from the front, but I don't feel like it's full. So this is 360. It has a mat with heat and lights. Mine has like rocks of like tourmaline and something else. I don't know, but it's supposed to help with some infrared things and have some benefits. I got mine from-- like a luxury version-- from 1Love Health. So you can check that out at digit one. It's the digit number one and then love health.com. So I got one of their luxury models. It's like black. It's supposed to be low EMF. It's supposed to be low toxicity, like it doesn't have a lot of toxic materials, because when you heat up materials, that can be bad. [00:16:35] So it's supposed to be really good. I did a lot of research. That's the one that I use and I just have it up on like on a bed in my guest bedroom, in the house. I use that at night. So one of my favorite things to do to end my day is I do my sauna. I do it for like 30 minutes, pretty much at the highest heat setting. You lay down towels on it. So it takes up all the sweat, and I sit in that for about 30 minutes, then I'm really hot and sweaty. The nice thing about that as well is your head can be out. That's too much heat for like your head to be in. Right. So I keep my head out and I can tolerate that a lot longer. I still sweat. My head's sweating. Everything's sweating. Right. I sweat a ton. And then I get out, I drink a whole bunch of water to replace everything that I just lost. And then I take a cold shower. [00:17:26] So cold showers are one of my other secret hacks. So if you shift your body temperature quickly like that, and you do cold, I find I sleep amazingly well, so I do a cold shower, which feels great after doing all that heat and is also really good for you. Cold also helps attack with like brown fat, which eats up all the fat that you want to go away. And so increasing brown fat helps to increase your body's ability to burn fat and increases your metabolism. So doing a cold shower after a hot sauna feels really great, and then I sleep like a baby and you sleep really well. It's increased my sleep score that shows up on my Oura ring. I have deeper sleep. My recovery is amazing since I've started doing the sauna. My lymphatic system is way healthier since doing the sauna. Highly recommend it. Sweating is super good for you. It releases a lot of gross stuff, a lot of toxins, and then doing those cold showers really helps me cool down, which is important. I'm not gonna go to bed all super sweaty, right? It helps me cool down. And a lot of other health benefits related to that: reduces pain, reduces inflammation, increases recovery. [00:18:32] So that's my secret hack for super sleep and super recovery is hot sauna, 30 minutes, cold shower maybe 10, 15 minutes until I feel like I'm just used to the water I'm comfortable and I'm no longer feeling hot and sweaty. And then I go to bed. The other thing that's really been helpful that I do in the morning while I'm dry brushing is I have a red light panel, and I got two of the biggest ones available from the best company, which is Platinum LED, platinumled.com I believe is their website, and I got two of their largest panels. I have them connected together. It only really hits the middle of my body. So I will do 20 minutes front, and then I'll turn around and do 20 minutes on my back. I just stand there naked and do my red light. I do this in the morning before I go on my walk. I'll do my dry brushing sometimes while I'm doing that, or right after I do my dry brushing, I'll do the red light. The red light helps boost your metabolism. It helps your mitochondria. It helps improve your health functions. It increases collagen production, so you have healthier prettier skin if you want that. It's been proven to have like some help with hair loss and some of these kind of things. But there's a lot of benefits to the red light. Some are anecdotal, some are proven by science, but red light seems to be really great. It also helps burn fat and other things. [00:19:55] So I'll do 20 minutes of red light front, 20 minutes of red light back. Sometimes, maybe every other day or once or twice a week, instead of doing front and back, I do side and side. So I'll hit the side of my body and then hit the other side of my body and do the red light so that I'm hitting in other, other areas that aren't normally getting hit. [00:20:17] So those are several things that I'm doing for health. Now let's talk about also just calming yourself down. One of the things that I do is I have a membership with a float spa, so I go and do float sessions. So if you've never been in a deprivation tank or float spa, what they do is you basically lay in really warm water. It's like over body temperature just slightly, and so it's really comfortable to be in and the air is warm, and it closes on you and it's a pod. And usually it's lit up at first. You lay in it, but it's full of a lot of magnesium. There's a lot of magnesium epsom salts, basically in the water-- high grade magnesium, which is super good for your body. It's absorbed through the skin. It's calming, really calming and there's a lot of health benefits. Most people are magnesium deficient, just look up magnesium deficiency symptoms, and look at the list of symptoms. It's pretty bad, and there's a lot of people that are very deficient in magnesium, and they're focused on trying to solve those problems with weird, like, you know, drugs and things, and they're going to doctors and like have all these problems. And a lot of these things probably could be solved by magnesium deficiency. [00:21:25] So I am not a doctor. This is not medical advice, but I do recommend that you go get a doctor and I recommend you get a functional medicine doctor, which is a standard medical doctor with better skills at identifying how your body will function and how things affect you, and they don't just focus on drugs and surgery. They focus on getting you tested to figure out what supplements, what nutrition, what gaps, what do you need, what might be going on in your body? For example, I had some heart issues going on and I went to a functional medicine doctor-- tested me, found out I was magnesium deficient, and that was causing my heart to have palpitations, and if I had gone to a standard doctor, they probably would've put me on all sorts of drugs and statins and other things. And I had a client who that's what happened, and he said, "I felt worse." So I was having some arrhythmia symptoms. So my Apple watch was saying you're having heart arrhythmia stuff going on. My heartbeat was getting really elevated. I didn't know why. [00:22:21] Part of it was because I had started-- I saw some sort of body building thing, fitness thing that said, "Hey, you should take dextrose or maltodextrin after a workout to spike insulin, like to get more muscles, and I was like, "that's a great idea." So I was taking sugar basically, which I didn't realize at the time, but I had candida overgrowth, or yeast overgrowth in my body. I probably had it for a long time and that just fed it. And then, the candida ate the magnesium that my body needed. And so my heart didn't have what it needed to function healthily and properly, and then I was getting like these issues. this is all hindsight, 2020, after going to a functional medicine doctor, getting tested, finding out I had candida overgrowth. I was magnesium deficient. Heart issues went away almost immediately by taking really high grade magnesium supplements. And then I started taking some herbs and cutting out sugar to eliminate the candida overgrowth. Eventually tested that that was dealt with and no longer an issue. [00:23:20] Candida was also producing a lot of toxins in the body that were giving me migraines and headaches, so I also took Calcium glucarate or some sort of supplement like this that my functional medicine doctor recommended. That also helped to detoxify because it can pass the blood brain barrier and it helped to detox the head and my brain, so I wasn't getting those headaches anymore. And after a while, I didn't have those issues. If I'd gone to a standard doctor, who knows, I might be dead. So I'm really grateful for my functional medicine doctor, shout out to Dr. Roy. [00:23:52] The other thing that I would recommend is I've shifted-- so I used to do green smoothies. I was a big pro bono to green smoothies because I thought greens were the healthiest, most nutritious thing. So I was doing tons of green, lots of spinach, lots of kale in my smoothies, which is really hard for humans to digest. It's really hard on our gut. We are not chimps or apes or whatever that eat tons and tons of plants. Well, apes like gorillas eat tons and tons of plants have a big belly that just ferments and they eat, like tons and tons of this stuff a day, right? To get the protein that they need in order to have the musculature that they have. We're not wired that way. And so I've cut out greens, cut out green smoothies and started on a carnivore diet based on stuff that I'd seen from people like the Liver King on Instagram and YouTube Carnivore MD, which I've seen on Instagram and YouTube. And I started like getting more into meat, getting liver in my diet, getting heart in my diet, getting these things. [00:24:53] And I've found that my inflammation has gone down, because plants, have a lot of oxalates and other things that plants use to protect themselves from getting eaten, and now I jokingly say to people around me, "Plants are trying to kill you, because plants really are trying to protect and defend themselves except the fruit part of the plant. Seeds though, a lot of times have a lot of toxic stuff and are not really great for you. Usually plant's goal is to get you to eat the fruit or animals, eat the fruit, and then poop those seeds and spread those seeds around or spit those seeds out or spread those seeds around so they can procreate and grow or whatever they do. Right. So I've found that by cutting out greens and cutting out the toxins and focusing on more of a carnivore diet along with some fruit and you know, more natural based things like that. I have a lot less stress, a lot less inflammation, lot less headaches, a lot less joint issues. I'm a lot healthier, and I'm 44. I'm turning 45 this year people. And I get asked all the time. People are always surprised when I tell 'em how old my oldest kid is that they're 20. And they're like, "you have a 20 year old. How old are you?" Right. So... "what are you doing? What's your secret?" I don't know, maybe it's some of these things, right? [00:26:07] So as far as food, I eat a lot of meat. I try to get liver and heart in my meat. There's blends like different blends of hamburger or Buffalo meat that has heart and liver in it. Those are my favorite and I try to cook it as little as possible. I've even eaten it totally raw before. I know that sounds crazy, but there's proponents of eating raw meat. To me, I like it cooked a little bit and I keep the middle really as raw as possible, and I like to add-- what I like to do is add a little sauerkraut on it and then add maple syrup, like really dark like real maple syrup and I had a little bit of that and it's so good. So that's what I eat. [00:26:49] I've mentioned float sessions. I've mentioned food. I've mentioned functional medicine doctor. I think I've covered all the major things that I use. So, I'd love to hear from you. What hacks do you use? What do you use? Comment it below on any of these videos, if you see this on YouTube comment below. If you see this on Facebook or Instagram, comment below, but I'd love to hear what do you do to improve your health and lower your pressure noise? And if you're a property manager that's stressed out, if you take care of these things and you feel healthier, you have more attention, you'll be able to deal with more problems without them derailing you. You'll be able to deal with more stress, and you'll have a much healthier and happier life, and you'll be able to grow your business and enjoy your day to day. [00:27:32] So that is my tips for today. I hope this has been helpful for everybody to get an update on the stuff that I'm using and doing to hack health and my biohacking tendencies... the other thing is I, I block a lot of blue light during the day, unless I'm outside in sunlight. So I'll wear yellow glasses during day. I'll also wear orange glasses or red glasses at night to block out blue light. So I get good sleep, and I think that's about it. 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Today's episode, I am welcomed by the Medical Group Management Association's podcast and we discuss the advantages of investing in healthcare real estate, as well as the best practices that should be taken into account by investors who wish to sell, build, buy, own, and operate their own medical facility. In this episode, we talk about… [2:27] How Trisha landed in healthcare real estate [4:40] Who are the primary clients when you're working in healthcare real estate, and who is the main point of contact [6:36] Making a decision regarding an exit strategy [10:27] Explains how one owns medical facilities and can still practice medicine [17:14] How to investors go about understanding the value of their medical facility, what are the steps to take and what should they look at [19:28] Steps to take when wanting to sell their medical office [21:06] Steps to evaluate when you're going through the purchase of a medical office [22:46] Case studies of a successful real estate transaction in the healthcare space Links to resources: MGMA Insights Podcast Subscribe, rate and review: www.providerspropertiesandperformance.com Schedule a healthcare real estate investment strategy consultation: https://docproperties.com/free-consultation-trisha-talbot/ About Trisha: WEBSITE: www.docproperties.com LINKED IN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/trishatalbot/ Email inquiries to: email@example.com
Mining on the moon? Owning an asteroid? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer questions about the private space industry, the role of NASA, and the future of space law with former Deputy Administrator of NASA, Lori Garver. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/cosmic-queries-nasa-v-billionaires-with-lori-garver/Thanks to our Patrons Adam Connelly, ManDarin, Sergio, Glenn Carter, Anthony Schena, David Lenwell, Bruno Anyangwe, Christopher Soliz, Roslyn Goddard, and Chris Jones for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA
Anthony Delauney is a Certified Financial Planner based in the USA and author of three financial education books, based on the ides of ‘Owning the Dash'. He was inspired to create the concept by his late cousin. In his work Anthony applies the concept of a fitness master to the art of family financial planning. He believes we need to develop a mindset necessary to own the dash between our start and end dates in life - to take control of our futures. And getting a grip of our finances is an important part of the philosophy. So Anthony helps families to make sense of and manage their money. He tackles the topic of retirement planning in his book ‘The No-Regrets Retirement Roadmap' and how to teach children important money lessons to children with his ‘Dash and Nikki' and ‘Lily and May' children's books.
With Jeff Smith, Steve Strope and Cam Benty Presented by ARP The Car Guys welcome long-time friends and staples of Edelbrock history Mike Eddy and “Smitty” Smith. They talk about the history and automotive racing collections of Vic Edelbrock Sr. and Jr., the birth of nitro fuel, and how Mike owns the Ford Falcon used by Carroll Shelby to develop the Mustang GT. Visit www.arp-bolts.com for all of your engine fastener and hardware needs. Subscribe to Classic Truck Performance, All-Chevy Performance, and Modern Rodding magazines and the rest of In the Garage Media's content at www.inthegaragemedia.com. For more automotive videos and TV shows, visit Auto Revolution at www.autorevolution.tv Get the parts and gear seen on our videos www.amazon.com/shop/autorevolution Watch episodes on Amazon Prime and Tubi TV www.amazon.com/v/autorevolution
This week, Chris and Jeff are joined by Kyle Stanley who has been all about AirBnB since 2019. He has built a thriving business on it, and in this episode brings all of his knowledge about how to succeed to our listeners.RESOURCES:
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Content creator, brand strategist, and Tik Tok star Morgan Hennessy-Shea discusses finding self-confidence through hip-hop, the physical and emotional journey of transitioning, and the importance of seeing yourself reflected in the media. 00:00 Intro 04:30 Origin story 13:00 Blowing up on Tik Tok 18:00 The journey to identifying as trans 21:00 Expressing masculinity through dance 25:00 Representation in the media 37:00 Top surgery and hormone therapy 43:00 Male privilege 53:00 Gender identity and acceptance 57:00 Discussing gender identity with family 1:00:00 Experience of top surgery and transitioning 1:07:00 Advice on how to be true to yourself 1:11:00 Working in the arts 1:14:00 Living your truth and creating your own representation 1:17:00 Future goals 1:22:00 Defining success 1:24:00 Lightning round 1:32:00 Outro You can follow Morgan and his girlfriend Rylee on Tik Tok: @transandpanbesties Hosts Ben Chung Anthony Lee Recording - Chad Mayate Kinjaz Theme by Charlie Nguyen Kinjaz
The conclusion of our 2 part series on how to open a comic book shop in 2022. Amie Jo and Lu discuss Inventory, Suppliers, Selecting Staff, Social Media, and Pull Lists. Owning a small business explained by the owners of a comic book shop in Alaska.
In EPISODE ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO of the "LOOK OUT, SIR! 40K" Podcast we discuss the following topics: 0:00 – PODCAST INTRO3:51 – FIVE STAR REVIEW / AUDIBLE UK / TWO ANONYMOUS USERS15:20 – CODEX CHAOS KNIGHTS3:22:53 – OUTRO RAMBLE LOOK OUT SIR! 40K MERCHANDISE: https://www.rev-level.com/lookoutsir40k CONSIDER SUPPORTING LOOK OUT, SIR! 40K ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lookoutsir40k ABOUT THE HOSTS: Dan is the more competitive minded of the show hosts. Owning a vast array of armies but is likely best known for his Craftworld Aeldari armies. Dan has won several tournaments of verify shapes and sizes, but seemingly is most proud of having won the prestigious, Warhammer World “Knight of the Inner Circle” award. A try hard gamer with a heart of gold who is as humble as he is handsome. ;)• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i.r.invested.in.unexpected/ Philip is better known as a hobbyist, painter, converter, rather than a gamer. And when Phil is not beavering away on his various projects, he is making/selling his own resin upgrade kits. Philip's Death Korps of Krieg army has won several Best Army/Painting Awards over the years... take a drink every time they are mentioned! He is presently working on a Minotaurs Space Marine army and an ever-growing Inquisition collection. • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthetabletop/• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxBqN_9PHjajPLoIKKNi6w OUR SOCIAL MEDIA:We repeatedly ask for community questions via our Facebook and Instagram accounts and get notified when new episodes are live.• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lookoutsir/ • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lookoutsir40k/ • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/lookoutsir40k Thanks very much for taking the time to listen and by extension support our podcast. We hugely appreciate it and hope that you enjoy the show.
Wolf and Luke discuss how they feel about the Warriors owning the NBA again and how much the next two weeks will define the next couple of years for the Phoenix Suns. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Girdley (@Girdley) and Bill D' Alessandro(@BillDA) are joined by Prateek (@prateekaneja), we talk about 2 Government compliance moats where the first one is a healthcare college in California and the second one is a home healthcare business in Connecticut. Let's take a deep dive into how to generate great margins by allowing the actual service-providing side of the business to maintain compliance with a great moat.-----* Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel.* Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show!* Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.-----Show Notes:(00:00) - Introduction(01:28) - Our sponsor is Cloudbookkeeping.com(03:48) - First Deal: A Profitable Accredited California Healthcare College with title IV for sale(04:26) - What does Title IV mean? Why does it matter?(06:15) - What are the highlights of California Healthcare College?(08:29) - How profitable is this knowing that it has a good margin?(10:24) - What are the online trends in the market? Is this a different business or layered on the fixed cost base?(13:23) - Is it a good thing when the college has an impressive title composite score of 2.77 and a 90/10 ratio of 85%?(16:06) - How is the scale or lack thereof of this business?(17:45) - What are the risks of acquiring the business?(19:30) - Have they built a compliance machine?(23:11) - 300-year old School in South Francisco](26:21) - Second Deal: a nonmedical home care service in Connecticut(28:32) - What is so striking about Home Healthcare?(30:57) - How does this business interact with government money? Is it related to the Social Services that they offer?(31:55) - What are the Pros and Cons of federal and state government funding low-income individuals as a revenue source?(37:57) - Why would someone consider this a good business?-----Past guests on Acquanon include Nick Huber, Brent Beshore, Aaron Rubin, Mike Botkin, Ari Ozick, Mitchell Baldridge, Xavier Helgelsen, Mike Loftus, Steve Divitkos, Dzmitry Miranovich, Morgan Tate and more.-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#96 From W-2 to Business Owner - Patrick Dichter tells us how to cold reach seller and we discuss 2 Deals#92 Wait... what? You laid-off 90% of your staff?!? - Pete Erickson joined us for an exciting WarStories episode!#87 Yelp is not evil! Building a business using digital CAC - Featuring Johnny Robinson from Orange Window Cleaning
Many investors want to apply their faith to the way they invest their money. And a small, but growing industry of faith-based investments is seeking to meet that desire. But many still have questions. Matt Rusten joins us to help answer those questions today on MoneyWise. Matt Rusten is executive director of Made to Flourish, a ministry dedicated to helping Christians live their faith seven days a week, not just on Sunday. Matt writes for the Eventide Center and recently penned an article titled Why I Was Skeptical of Faith-Based Investing and What Changed My Mind. Matt share his journal now an advocate for faith-based investing. His first real concern: Matt believed faith-based investing funds were fiscally irresponsible, and therefore, represented unwise stewardship. He said his analysis of the numbers led him to a clear verdict: smart money commits to low-fee index funds, while stupid money chases returns in actively managed, high-fee funds. Faith-based funds, values-based funds, socially responsible funds they all seemed simply like the latest gimmick by which actively managed funds continued to underperform. But Matt said that was only true on the basis of my second concern: He believed faith-based funds were shrewdly packaged products designed to make money from those with a weak conscience. This is a reference Romans 14, which described Christians with a weak conscience, whose moral alarms were always going off like a malfunctioning alarm clock. To the issues of stewardship and conscience, he added a third critique, this time with a theological lens: He believed faith-based funds were overly optimistic about their moral purity, and weren't sufficiently realistic about the moral ambiguity of our world. Afte the Fall, he reasoned, life and work in this world is always tainted by sin. In the prophet Jeremiah's words, the heart is deceitful above all things. Since sin is pervasive, it crops up in unexpected ways and places. The implication for investing seemed simple: it is naive to think we can invest only in companies that align with God's creational purposes. The world especially the world of business/investing is far too messy. Even companies with the best of intentions can cause untold harm, which is not always evident until many years later. The solution, he thought, was not to embrace a highly developed boycott mentality, but to recognize that we are not polluted by participation in an imperfect world. After all, Jesus told his disciples to pay their taxes to an evil government, and Paul ate meat sacrificed to idols, arguably aiding the idolatry industry. Such is life in a fallen world. WHAT CHANGED HIS VIEWS Over time, Matt said his views bagan to shift. Regarding underperformance and high fees, he began to see that ethically-run companies who create compelling value for people and planet tend to perform very well over the long term. Their business models are intrinsically sustainable making them less susceptible to the unpleasant surprises that can plague unsuspecting investors. Secondly, on the issue of faith-based or values-based funds being packaged for those with weak consciences, he came to see that investing is ownership. For two reasons, this magnifies our moral responsibility: Owning shares in a company helps the company succeed. And, more importantly, shareholders are directly profiting from the company's business activities. Effectively, a shareholder becomes a partner in its business model. His tangible first step was to ask what companies he actually owned through his investments, and whether he was happy benefiting from them financially. Thirdly, his thinking about the moral ambiguity of companies changed. He realized that some companies practice business in ways that align with God's Love your neighbor' command while others do the opposite. Some companies purposely create value for their various stakeholder neighbors customers, employees, suppliers, etc. Others often exploit those same neighbors. Eventually, Matt says he realized he had come to a different view of business. You can read the full article here. Discover more resources for faithful investing, ate Eventide's Faith and Investing Center at FaithandInvesting.com. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ● Is it wise to move a portion of your investments into physical gold? ● Do have to wait until you're at least 62 years old to take Social Security benefits? RESOURCES MENTIONED: ● SSA.gov Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them to Questions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website at MoneyWise.org where you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29
Tiffany O'Donnell talks to Beth Trejo, the leader, mentor, torchbearer, innovator, founder and CEO of Chatterkick. As a trailblazing entrepreneur, Beth loves to take risks and starting Chatterkick in 2012 was her biggest one yet. Defying the odds of successful female-founded start-ups, Beth not only prevailed, she grew her company with a predominantly female staff. She incorporates her passion for the digital landscape and social media into nearly every role she has known, from her craft as an entrepreneur and local business advocate to her calling as a wife and mom of two tech-savvy kids.On today's episode, Beth talks about her journey as a female entrepreneur, the ever-changing social media landscape and how she teaches her kids to use social media.Follow Women Lead Change on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and visit wlcglobal.org for more information. Own It! from Women Lead Change is sponsored by Mount Mercy University.Support the show
Becca Tilley is most popularly known for stealing America's heart on ABC's, "The Bachelor," but has since gone on to create and co-host top podcast, "Scrubbing In," with Tanya Rad, and she keeps us all up to date on her lifestyle, travels, and adventures on social media. Most recently, Becca let the world in on her four year relationship with singer Hayley Kioko, something that was never previously confirmed or explained... but why? Why was it a secret? How did they fall in love?! What is Becca thinking and feeling now that everyone knows?! On today's episode, Becca reveals all of this and more! Whether you are looking for inspiration to step into your true self, or just want to hear how someone else is navigating the many seasons of life, this conversation is sure to warm your heart! Sponsors BetterHelp www.betterhelp.com/real Macy's www.macys.com/purpose Produced by Dear Media
From Belarusian Immigrant to Multimillionaire Entrepreneur, Gary Vaynerchuck (known as Gary Vee) joins The Pivot to share his journey of finding success and securing happiness. This conversation with Channing, Fred and Ryan is filled with free game and has an entertainment value second to none. Pull out the notepads and be ready to soak up the financial advice, listen to the life lessons and absorb wisdom through experience. Known for his motivational talks and digital content creation, Gary Vee has affected lives all around the globe and continues to inspire people with his over sharing of experiences and openness. Starting off as a young business mind, first with his father's business and then expanding into his own empire, Gary Vee shares what makes him still go hard everyday and the little things which have made a big impact on how he conducts his work everyday. The die hard NY Jets fan, Gary Vee shares a story about publicly calling out former NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez and jeopardizing his client relationship with the organization by having a fan first mentality, which he firmly stands by today. Ryan asks how he has time for family with all that he does in a day while Channing asks what is the end goal if money isn't what he's chasing than what is the purpose? Diving into NFTs, Channing and Ryan try to soak up the basic knowledge behind this economic trend while Fred talks the business structure and where the world is headed because of NFTs. Gary Vee explains how the skepticism around NFTs can be compared to how the world 20 years ago didn't understand the power of the internet or didn't think buying alcohol online and dating apps would ever become popular let alone acceptable practices. FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on if you should entertain owning multiple businesses or go all-in on your current business, what's the best way to handle finances as a couple, and how to effectively communicate to your customers about price increases during inflation.