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I am so excited to share my MBS (Meditational Behavioural Synchronicity) Meditations with you! This meditation will help you go deeper into your higher mind, tapping into your alpha brain waves to reprogram your thought process and realign your beliefs. You can tap into the limitless power that we all have in us! This MBS meditation combines ancient breathing techniques with modern-day neuroscience. Remember, There are 5 PILLARS TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS FASTER!! These meditations will help you remove the one main limiting belief that is stopping you from achieving any goal you desire. The 5 pillars are: Pillar 1- Get clarity of your vision Pillar 2- Remove the blockages and the limiting beliefs Pillar 3- Replace the old limiting belief with a new positive affirmation Pillar 4- Expand your vision and use VISUALISATION techniques Pillar 5- Take inspired action If you love this episode and got any value from today's podcast it would mean the world to me if you rate and review it here: http://ratethispodcast.com/lawofattraction And please do tag me in it on Instagram as I would love to thank you personally! Xx Soo grateful to each of you as together WE have made it into the TOP 3 Apple Podcasts for Education! Beyond excited to announce you can now Pre-order my new book "Be It Until You Become It" AND get my best-selling program with it FOR FREE from; www.beituntilyoubecomeit.com Often times people think that Law of Attraction is a "woo-woo" concept! In this video, I want to share with you the SCIENCE behind it! It will help you believe it to achieve it! Get your "Be It Until You Become It" Book NOW! Pre-order available
Maybe you've been thinking about starting your own business, or maybe COVID slowed you down, and you are looking to revamp, maybe you had a family event you needed to deal with and it took you away from your business, and now you want to relaunch. Whatever the case may be, if you want to get your business going and I mean really going, and not just have a good month then panic, because you don't know where the next sale is coming from, I'm talking about having an abundant business that thrives regardless of the economy, regardless of a pandemic, regardless of any outside factors. If this is what you want, you need to understand that you are a salesperson first. WITWIN (Whatever It Takes, Whenever It's Needed) Presented by The Nett Group Real Estate Advisors. Hosted by Michael Nettemeyer, Geoff King, and Joe Geary. SoundCloud: @witwin-podcast iTunes: bit.ly/witwinpodcast BuzzSprout: www.buzzsprout.com/245962
How can we effectively manage all the stress that comes with entrepreneurship? Physician, Life Coach, and bestselling author, Dr. Cindy Tsai joins me in this episode to share her expertise and insights into taking care of our whole selves in order to create fulfilling lives and businesses. Cindy also opens up about her transition from doctor to Life Coach and how to leverage her pillars of mindfulness for holistic health. SHOWNOTES (1:15) Jackie Intro (2:58) Cindy Intro (4:09) Cindy's medical background (5:25) “Everyone is on their own journey and it is so important to look at the whole picture” (5:58) Transitioning from a doctor to a life coach (8:43) Top reasons clients reach out to Cindy (11:33) Advice to those who are inundated with stress (13:05) ”It starts with awareness; it's important to remember that every body is different” (17:13) Advice to chronic stressors (21:46) Where do you want to spend your energy? (23:09) More about Cindy's book (24:27) Pillar of Calm (25:15) Pillar of Confidence (25:44) Pillar of Curiosity (26:31) Where to get Cindy's book (26:59) Cindy's personal definition of success (27:43) Cindy's biggest successes thus far (28:56) Cindy's next version of success (32:27) Advice for those women in the beginning stages of their ideal level of success (33:58) “You are enough right now” (38:57) Recommended tools for practicing mindfulness Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Links Mentioned Cindy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cindytsaimd Cindy's Website: https://www.cindytsaimd.com/ Buy Cindy's Book (Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09Y4W1JNL?&_encoding=UTF8&tag=cindytsaim0b9-20%20
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Here is a quote I personally love and am I'm using inside my life… YOU Must Become Better First Jim Rohn said, “Success is not to be pursued. It is to be attracted by the person you become.” I love that! Why? Because I've utilized this in my own life. You see, I've always pushed hard for everything I've achieved. I've worked hard for everything I had my life. I work hard because I felt that if I worked hard, I would get the things and the lifestyle that would make me happy and help to fulfill me. What I learned later in life is that “things” don't really make you happy. Then, as I grew and became more and more successful, I decided that I'm going to start living a life on purpose. I decided to live life doing the things that will make me happy. I started to do more things that were short term gratification (that I felt would create that sense of fulfillment), but also things that would help me to be happy. But still, there was something missing. I finally learned the ultimate lesson … that you need to be able to work hard and take massive action…But you also need to learn to ATTRACT the life, the success, and the prosperity. LEARN THIS LESSON NOW…Use the Law of Attraction You have to leverage the Law of Attraction in order to attract what is best for you and your life. You'll attract everything you desire, as you become a better and better person. You'll benefit from this proven law of the universe… TAKE MASSIVE ACTION, THEN ALLOW SPACE FOR ATTRACTION Now you've probably seen or read The Secret which covers the Law of Attraction. The principal, however, has been around since the beginning of time. There are many resources you can master about the Law of Attraction, even inside of The Daily Mastermind app. I truly believe that most don't ultimately understand this universal law. This is a universal law of prosperity. Bob Proctor does an amazing job teaching a lot about the Law of Attraction because he talks about it a little differently. He explains it is actually two distinct laws: the Law of Vibration (primary) and the Law of Attraction (secondary). These two laws work together in harmony and the more you understand them, the more you can use them to create your life. So, what do you need to do in order to ATTRACT more success into your life? Well, you have to grow “yourself” …you have to grow personally. For example: learn to increase your confidence. increase your energy so you're operating at a higher frequency develop your mindset shift your paradigm, the view you have of the world create focus with specific intentions of where you want your life to go There are many strategies and things you can do in order to personally develop and attract more success in your life. We talk about them each and every day on this podcast. But here are just a few reminders, so you can have context for this Pillar today… DAILY RITUALS Daily rituals will help you increase your confidence and your energy level—two for one. DAILY AFFIRMATIONS To grow your mindset and change your paradigm, have daily affirmations. This will allow your subconscious and conscious mind to go to a whole new level. Write out your affirmations and repeat those morning and night or writing them down and having them in front of you is a very solid strategy. LIFELONG LEARNING Next, lifelong learning that we just talked about that a few days ago. Lifelong learning will definitely help you to be able to attract success in your life as you personally grow your knowledge and skills. SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY Also, surround yourself with successful people. Surrounding yourself with more successful, prosperous, happy, and fulfilled individuals will expand your life. That frequency and that attraction is going to happen even at a higher degree for you with the higher vibe of those around you. INCREASE YOUR FAITH Lastly, the strategy that I really want to emphasize today is faith. Yes, faith. Faith is a decision to have confidence and trust that you will create the life you desire and attract it toward you. This is different than belief. Belief will come as you grow your actions. Create new experiences, and your belief will begin to change. But faith is a decision. Choose To Believe…You can choose to believe that success is going to be attracted into your life. Albert Einstein said, “Everything is energy and that's all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want, and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy, this is physics." Do you part to work with and leverage these amazing universal laws, and the energies of your life will bring the success you desire. I know that you have greatness inside of you. Now let's get it! George Wright III
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Today we are talking about how we work on our business, quite often real estate's a very easy business to literally become a slave to. People think that we can just choose our own hours, we don't choose our own hours our clients do. And if their clients are choosing our hours for us, that means you have none. So what we have to really do is work very smart.Jess Lenouvel is the creator of The Listings Lab and has helped thousands of real estate agents manage their time and business to start attracting clients and not chase them.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeHow to prepare your business for a market correctionHow to better manage you timeHow to become a seven figure realtorResourcesLearn more about Jess LenouvelReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business? You constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas a real estate marketing. This podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast. What we're gonna be chatting about today, folks is, well, let's be honest, we're getting to we're seeing a correction. And during the correction, it's time to sort of revamp, look at our businesses, our systems, look at all the stuff that we're actually doing and get ready for it. And one of those things is on how we work on our business, quite often real estate's a very easy business to, you know, literally like become a slave to like, you can just you don't own a business people think that we can just like, it's great, we choose our own hours, we don't choose our own hours our clients do. And if their clients are choosing our hours for us, that means you have none. So what we have to really do is work very smart. This is something I'm passionate about, I used to always be someone that always stuck working in the business stuck in a hamster wheel. And once I started really studying business, and this isn't even a real estate thing, it's a business thing, right? Working on it is more important than working in it, otherwise, you'll never grow it. So that's going to be the concept of today. And we have a an author here who just released a book. And it's doing very, very well number one on both Canada and the United States. So without further ado, she's going to talk about the concepts of those books. And if you are feeling like you're running on a hamster wheel, I think you get a lot out of today. So let's welcome our guests. He's been on the show before so you guys may know her already. But if not, let's go just Len NevilleLenovo. That was really close lead NervilleI told her. I told you I was gonna butcher your name. But she's corrected me. But just go ahead and tell everyone who the hell are you?I am Jess I have been in the real estate space for a long time. I grew up in the industry, got my license at 21. My mom's been an agent for 35 year odd years, somewhere in and around there. And yeah, I built a multi seven figure team myself and then transitioned out of selling into helping agents scale their businesses through programs. And murder may 17, I released a book called more money less hustle, becoming a seven figure real estate agent, which is it's out and it's doing well. And I'm glad I'm grateful and I'm glad and it was a it was a really fun. It was a really fun one to two, I say Right. But to be honest, I didn't write it. I dictated it. Because it literally just was more of like a stream of consciousness thing than it was something that I like very meticulously kind of sat down and wrote. I never grew up thinking I was gonna write a book. It wasn't a goal of mine. I got frustrated with a lot of what was out there. And, yeah, I got I got frustrated with what was out there. Because I think that a lot of it is a lot of what is being taught out there is still that hustle grind, you know, crushing it mentality, which is not what I think leads to happy agents. Andit's a hamster wheel. Like we said, like the business sucks. I I moved to San Diego, so I so I can stop selling real estate, because if I would have stuck in Chicago, I would have still been doing it and I hated it. That's why I created real estate marketing. I love the marketing side of it. But I am burnt out man, I'm 17 years in the business I'm done. Doesn't mean I don't like to be in the business I got I sort of miss it in a sense. But yeah, because it's so grinding. So let's get into the principles of the book. Obviously. You're good on time management and all that. And that's probably what the number one skill. I think any real estate agent needs a master. But how do we go out and make more money? Less hustle? What do you what do you what are we doing here? What a real estate agents doing wrong?Yeah, so I mean, the way that I wrote the book is I broke it down into six different pillars, but the ones that are going to really buy back time, like obviously marketing is in there and but but the things that are gonna buy back time are your outs, your automation, your automation operations, outsourcing that side of it, and also the team and hiring aspect of it. And so many agents build teams the wrong way. And we've all been trained in like the same way from the very beginning where, you know, you become the bottleneck, and then you hire an assistant or you become the bottleneck and then you hire your first agent. And there's a step missing in there, because that training and that concept was developed in the 70s in the 80s We have this concept now, which is automation. Right? So Tim Ferriss teaches, you know, eliminate, automate, outsource, it's the perfect way of going about it, can it be eliminated, can it be automated and then last resort, can it be outsourced, there's so many agents out there, right now we're paying a full time salary $50,000 A year or $20, an hour, whatever you're paying to someone, for them to do repetitive tasks that a piece of software can do for $500 a year. And so not only is it time inefficient, but it's also money inefficient. So you know, a lot of what this book really is really geared towards is figuring out, what is it that you want? What do you want the business to look like? What do you want your life to look like? What do you want the day to day to look like? And how do we reverse engineer it? But there are certain principles that are going to show up no matter what, which the first one is a task? Got it? Because I think so many agents are misaligned, when it comes to Well, why would I pay someone $30? To do it when I can just do it? Well, it's because you're valuing money over time. And if you took that $30 An hour task, and you gave it to someone else paid someone $30 to do it, and you replaced it with $1,000 An hour task, then you're ahead. And for most people, what they don't realize is I can do an audit of their time, and look at the value assign an approximate value for the different tasks that they're doing on a day to day basis. And I can tell them how much money they're making.Interesting. So like, we don't put a value on our time. And that's really well said, and what do you say to someone, though, that's like, Hey, I'm just starting in real estate, I'm broke, I don't know where my next commission is going to be. I don't know, when I'm gonna get paid. I'm living a life of peaks and valleys. What do we say to them?You need to be consistent with your marketing. Because really, at the end of the day, like there are like you don't run a business if you don't have clients. So there's like, there's layers of this right. And and the people are asking me all the time right now is who Who is this book for? Is it for that seasoned agent? Who's going who's like, on their way to seven figures? Or is it for a new agent? And my answer is kind of both. And I'm not saying that because I want to sell more books, even though I want to sell more books? The answer is, is that someone who is at half a million, a million, you know, in that range, they're going to take very different things out of this book than a new agent? Well, sure, the new agent is going to look at the overall the overall, you know, strategies, and how not to make mistakes. Whereas the more seasoned agent, or the or the agent who is at a higher level is going to be reworking things that are not set up the way that they should be in their existing business. So it's kind of twofold. But usually what I'll say is like, you know, the marketing piece is going to be piece number one, because I think that in order for you to have a real sustainable business, it really has to it has to be marketing first. So the way that we have the book laid out, is pillar one is marketing. Pillar two is mindset. So it's how are you actually thinking about your business? Are you are you thinking about the business? Like from a, from like, the mindset of of a successful person? I think so often, what happens is we think of our businesses as small businesses, and so they remain small businesses. Right, so that we then we have clients and signature system, which actually creates better services better late, essentially, the product that you're selling, and I think that a lot of agents forget, and this is what you know, one of the things that I get quoted on most, you don't sell real estate, you sell services, and you consult on the sale of real estate. Yep. And so you your your product, which is your service package has to be dialed in and has to be has to be repeatable. So that becomes kind of that next step. Then we've got sales conversations or sales conversions, which is, you know, if you're you can be the best marketer in the world. If you can't get in front of someone and get that person to that next step. It doesn't matter what's going to what, like, it doesn't matter. Right. Are you actually good at getting someone to that next step?Let's stop it right there. back some of these things. Yeah. So first off MT non money making activities let me give you one all you guys trying to edit your own videos, to hire real estate marketing, dude, that is a complete waste of time and you're not going to be good at it. He didn't. He was just like, I'm not gonna do anything. That's why we have editors. But stop editing your own videos and hire me Okay, dammit. But that's true. You gotta get rid of all those tasks that can be beyond there. But you just said something. It's really important. You're right. We're not salespeople. We're service people. And you don't have a service though. If you don't have anything that is duplicatable and what people often don't ever think about in real estate at all is what is your process look like? Like what's your process to working with buyers and sellers? Do you have a consistent gift? Are there systems in place most people don't they run around with their head cut off and there is nothing duplicatable, which means you're just a salesperson chasing the check. And if you can't deliver that service that people remember you don't have a business like there's a reason like when you go into a hotel that the beds are all made the same way. Yeah, folded the same way. Right? Yeah. There's a reason when you go into a restaurant that the food tastes the same. Imagine going into like your favorite restaurant or McDonald's even McDonald's is giving me time to different Yeah, well, that's what happens in real estate. Like you got to have systems I used to have systems for everything I had. When I had a referral. I had a little card I'd send out those automated $10 gift card. I would have a nice to meet you. Thanks for closing gift was the same each and every time. When a clear to close came in the business I had a clear to close gift that I would send the people. I had systems and little customer service touches in a systemized way that we all duplicated. And you're right you can't run a business because you can't have a brand without something that's duplicatable. And what is duplicatable and your business does your process, people often overlook that. So I'm glad that you touched on that.There's a whole section on it on signature systems and how it is connected to each and every piece. If you don't have a really solid signature process or signature system, then you won't get as many repeats, you won't get any referrals, you won't actually handle as many clients, right? It's connected. And it usually becomes the bottleneck. I say to people all the time, if I dropped 100 deals on you what would happen? And they're like, oh, everything would fall apart. Yeah. And it's like, well, then we need we need systems, we need processes, and we need to make sure that everything in your business is repeatable.Yep, I like it. I like it. Alright, marketing, let's unpack that a little bit. What do you see, there's marketing. And then there's lead generation, there's a difference.100%. Right, I like to break it down. I like to break it down between lead generation, nurture, and then conversion. Because I think that all three of them are very, are three separate things. And when we do like I do this audit, sometimes with businesses where we look at the six different levers that you can pull to grow from a business growth perspective. And lead gen is literally just how many people are coming into your world. And almost 100% of the time when I talk to an agent, I'm like, what, like, what, like, where's the challenge in your business? I need more leads. I'm like, Do you need more leads? Or do you need more clients? Yes. And they're like, Well, isn't that the same thing? No, no, not necessarily. Right? And so the conversation happens, it's okay, so there's the lead gen part of it, which I'm kind of, of the mind that like, most people can generate leads. That's not the hardest part of it. Right?And you could, you know, you could buy him, you could generate them, you know,a lot of ways to bring them in. But the magic actually happens in the nurture and the conversion stages, which is how do you get someone and what we teach is the psychological journey from stranger to client. So you know, how do you get someone to touch and touch all of the points that they need to build that elusive know, like and trust, and to be able to have them become from a cold lead to an inbound client, for that person to be reaching out to you to say, hey, you know what, I'd like to have a conversation. I'd like to hear about what you like, I'd like to hear about your services. Yep. Know that that piece is your nurture piece. That's the piece that most agents don't have at all. They go straight from lead gen to I'm going to try to call and convert Yeah.100% There is no, this is all branding, guys. It's like your personal brand. Let me paint a picture for people. So we have this mortgage broker and I'm rebranding, this is funny, you guys will like this. And I'm rebranding him. And this is what he wants to start is very slim. He wants to get on video, right? He wants to go out and do video do a video but he doesn't like his brand, which means doesn't like his process or what he stands for. And his brand is like the mortgage planner. He's like, like, I'm not a mortgage planner at all, like at all. Like I don't I don't plan anything. I'm totally unorganized. Like it doesn't fit me and therefore he can't get out of here. That's what's holding him back. Yeah, so after you get to know me know, this guy's like he ends up being a Star Wars nerd. So we rebrand him made the rate be with you is his tagline now, right? And it's all like Star Wars and he calls himself the Rebel Alliance mortgage team. And now how we're gonna adapt that into his process is that he has everything done through a Star Wars theme. That's what people are gonna remember guys, even the way he communicates. So we're bouncing off ideas, and we're defining process and all that stuff right now. And you know, like, he Jabba the Hutt is gonna cut the fat out of the loan process, right? Like there's all kinds of different ways that you can go ahead and create that experience that we're talking about that people will actually remember. And like There's who are who are you going to remember more? And who are you going to refer more? Because your services marketing? Yeah. Right. Andthat's what the people most important part is important part. It'speople remember how you made them feel that's like, you know, we all hear that st all the time. This is how, like, no one will remember the guy that gets refinanced from Quicken Loans, but they're gonna remember the Star Wars Darth Vader refinance process forever. And there are a lot more, that's just how this you takethe edge off of it totally right, like money is stressful real estate is stressful. Yep. And the more streamlined it is, the more the more enjoyable it is. And the more people this is all about human to human connection people buy from humans. Yep. And so a lot of this comes down to you know, are you What does that psychological journey look like? Are you taking them from stranger to client in as much of an automated way as possible? And then is there consistency? Once you get in front of that person or someone on your team gets in front of that person? Are they going through all of this marketing, and then all of a sudden, they're like, this doesn't feel the same? Yeah, or this isn't what I thought that I was signing up for, or I met this person in real life. And like, I just didn't like them. Because their marketing did was not authentic to who they actually are.And know what that sort of reminds me of is like, when you show up to a restaurant and meet a client, you're like, that's not who I saw in the picture of your day.And real estate agents love that. Right? It's like the glamour shot from the agent. That's what we're known for. And, and I think that it all it all comes down to like video for one. Anybody who says to Me, I'm completely opposed to doing video. Well, I can't help you. Yeah, because really like how in today's day and age, how can you build human connection with someone if you can't see them on video?Yep. I agree. It's not longer optional. It's necessary.Yep. Yep. So So there's, there's, there's all of these pieces. Plus Lena, we teach the, we teach the social media stuff, which is like the you know how to do it without throwing a bunch of money behind it. And then we also teach the paid traffic part of it, which is, you know, how to how to do it at scale. And then, you know, there's, there's elements of the personal side of it. Sometimes people will say, I'm a very private person. And I'm like, you get to be very private, if you want. But we need to have personal elements. I don't need you to necessarily talk to me about like your childhood trauma. But I do need to have some personal elements about how much you love your dog. Yeah, right. Like I need.We don't we don't care about we don't care about your foot fetish. But we need to know that your family man, right,exactly, exactly. Like Like, what are your values? What matters to you, like, give us something to work with? You get to be incrediblyprivate, but just, I might turn some people off if I do that.Well, good. Good, because, you know, I wouldn't you rather have 1000 people who absolutely love you than 100,000 people who really don't care. Yeah, who could take or leave you? Right? And that's really what it comes down to.I agree. I like let's get back in the mindset, thing of it. I don't even mean we're sort of chatting through it. It's just how we're looking at our business. How does that? Yeah, you guys can see some of these ideas that we're we're just chatting here. You know, I mean, yeah, this is, but this is a stuff like what's cool about what I always like about real estate is that everyone's different, which means every single service should be different, but we don't see that. That's why like, I can call myself a dude. And I just started a team here. Give me a year from now, I'll be glad to report my numbers. But it's all marketing because I know there's no other real estate dudes in San Diego. It's a perfect market to launch it. Dude, Brandon is very coastal. Right? Yeah, so the dude process so that's what I'm working through right now is I'm putting together like systems and how to dude sell real estate. Yeah, cuz I'm not going to be the one selling real estate. But I have to create a process for agents to follow because none of them have one. ButI need to have consistency. And the scalability of your business is partially based on Is there a repeatable process? And if somebody comes in and works with Sally, well, your dude so like, maybe there's not a Sally on your team, but it's the same idea. We could have dude, okay, okay. Okay. So so someone works with Sally versus someone works with Mike, they need to have you know, the personality may not be exactly the same. The conversations may not be exactly the same, but the process needs to beYeah. Yep. Yeah. 100% I like it. Let's get into a little bit on the listing lab stuff because I know you concentrate a lot on listings, and that's like your, your core and bread and butter. Yeah, and I think like, like right now it's gonna be all listings, like the market shifted in 45 days. It's so crazy that people are like, just 60 days ago. Oh, yeah, real estate. So easy money, many, many, many, many offers. And then now everyone's like, holy shit, what just happened? Yeah, and people are scared. Right? You guys These are the best times to be in real estate these are when you take over Yeah, it's the best like this these are so this is when you double down on this shit.I have been talking for years about like the moment where all the people who shouldn't be selling real estate will get out. And I'm really hoping that this is the momentthat happened 10 years ago happens every 10 years that's a real estate cycle guysand the who are the people who are running real businesses and who are scaling real businesses and who are taking it seriously and treating it the way that it needs to be treated. Those are the people who are going to not only last but also thrive during this period of time. You know, we're coming from an 8020 rule to a 95 five rulethink it's gonna go that deep ah, I'm kind of hoping so. Yeah. Yeah, you guys when there's a shift, this is like the time that you get noticed like 100% We have a new product we just called listing or owner advocate and all it is is a seller process system. Right? We have five or six different ways we sell listings, like we you know, so we fix them this program, we have a trade in or buyer Move Up program, we have a sale leaseback program. And that's a process guys, the reason why we created as because it's a process that can be duplicatable, that sellers will remember, but each individual will treat it differently. Yeah. And it's okay to have a personal brand. But you also have to have that process.Yep. And it has to be customized to you to your market and to the people that you're trying to work with.What do you what are your predictions coming up with this market right now? What do you think's gonna happen? I'm curious, you have a lot of experience.What I what I think is going to happen with the market.What do you think sure going on?I really think that you know, it also depends on where I don't think that we're gonna see necessarily exactly the same trends right across North America. I think we're gonna see micro pockets. I think that I mean, even just look at the you live in California, the excess that has happened a little bit, right, a lot.There's a lot of people right now actually, that are trying to rush the list because they know they missed the wave, you're seeing listings popping up like crazy, there's no inventory. Now people are like, Oh, it's listless, listless list is becauseeveryone's going to Austin, Texas, or Nashville, or, you know. And so, you know, a lot of it is just going to come down to like those micro pockets. And the people who are really going to do the best are going to be the people who can interpret the data and not just regurgitate it. I think there's so many agents out there that are that are spewing out infographics that are taking something that their their brokerage provided them and throwing it out there as without any interpretation of the data without any information on what does this actually mean for you. And people don't understand it. And people don't understand what it means. And the more that we can actually set yourself up as the authority that can interpret the data that understands the data, and that has a process that can lead you through the process in this specific market is going to make a really big difference.How many people were just posting, I mean, just um, guys, this is only 6090 days ago, the markets never going to go down. It will never go down in percentages, this market is never going to crash or it's not going to crash, it's going to correct. And we will I mean, it's got to correct before it crashes. So we can't say it's not gonna crash? We don't know. But I don't think I don't I don't see. And I think you're right on with the pockets, because people are still going to be moving to Florida, Texas, and all those markets and that migration wave with what's happening, just because the cost of living costs everywhere going through the roof. So yeah, I totally agree with that. Interesting, what else you want to chat on? On this, Jess? What else what other insights you want to share with Damian?I think that the number one lesson that I'm hoping people are getting from the book is that we only get to do this once. And the number one regret, I dedicated the book to my mom, because I think that she really ingrain this in me from when I was very small. The number one regret for people at the end of their life is that they work too much. And that they didn't spend enough time with their friends and family that they didn't experience things. They didn't travel enough, whatever that looks like they didn't they spent too much time focused only on the earning of money. Now most agents will or you know, a lot of agents will grow to a certain point until they're quote unquote, successful, they're gonna do 250 $300,000. And they're gonna get stuck, because that becomes the bottleneck of the business. And it's actually the most painful place to be in your business because you are considered successful, but you're not successful enough that you actually have enough, I would say enough room to properly leverage and when you're not properly properly leveraged, you wear all the hats in your business, and the business relies on you getting up every day and putting one foot in front of the other. The idea of freedom or why people get into real estate in the first place is unlimited income. Being able to set your own schedule and being able to help people 99% of agents know ever hit all three of those, because they're actually not setting up their businesses with them in some of the ways that we've already talked about. So the reason I wrote this is because there are so many are, there's this huge generation of burnt out agents who are the, you know, the crushing it era, right? Tons and tons of burnt out agents and burnout, I think a lot of the time people misunderstand it. And they think, Oh, well, I'll just go on vacation for a week, burnout takes years to actually properly recover from. And so if you, you keep trying to push and you keep trying to move through, and keep doing things the same way that you've always done that done them, at some point, you become the thing that breaks, and you leave, you're either have to get out, or you have to you have to rejig the entire business, which is what this is all about. It's about setting up your business so that you have the trifecta of why we get into the business in the first place. And you can have that path out of production, if you want, you can have that, you know, multi seven figure business. And when I when I'm throwing numbers around like this, you do not have to be a genius to build a seven figure business, you just have to take the right steps, put the right processes in place. And then, you know, make sure that you're holding those boundaries really solidly, because there's a lot of people who build teams, and then they essentially become the personal assistant to everyone on the team, which is the opposite of what we're talking about. So it really just all comes down to what are you building? And why like, what's the end point? And have you actually reverse engineered every single thing in your business backwards from there?Yep. Yeah, I mean, you're on that person. Seven, five years ago, you know, I used your system. I didn't have quite a system I got out, I just quit. And I started over, which is where we're at today. So very well said, You guys get this book. Why don't you go ahead and tell them really quick again, about where they get it. And all your info, and then we'll get this wrapped up?Yeah, cool. So it's called more money less hustle. If you're watching a video of any sort, this is what it looks like. And becoming the seven figure real estate agent. It's available on amazon.ca and amazon.com. It's, you know, physical book and Kindle. Hopefully soon, I'm going to record the audio book in about 10 days. So that'll also be coming out in a couple of months. But yeah, I'm excited. I'm excited about it. And so far, the feedback has been amazing.Awesome. Well, thank you for sharing. Folks. This isn't always about selling houses. It's about running a business. You guys need help with that. Check out this book. Get it the call, just check out our other stuff. She's got a really cool service and listening labs and you guys can listen labs.com I believe is the website for that. But yeah, we appreciate guys watching another episode or listening to another episode of real estate marketing dude, check us out. Leave us some reviews, follow us on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and call me. Let us help you script and edit these videos. This isn't rocket science. We take all that grunt work out and she started teed me up for this because editing your own videos and distributing them and really creating content is a waste of your time. It's not a money making activity. And it is something that you should outsource to real estate marketing dude. If you guys are interested in that, please visit our website at real estate marketing do.com or estate marketing do.com And we'll see you guys next week. Thank you. Bye. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. 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Coree' Rivers shares her journey from oldest of five siblings to executive assistant to Pillar to Post franchisee. I'm not sure why it always amazes me how our childhood and early work experiences bring forth our true character. But Coree' is a beautiful example of that. In this interview Coree' shares why character, consistency and curiosity are so important to a fulfilling and successful life. She further discusses the role trust plays in someone reaching their full potential. Listen in to this episode of The Franchise Woman podcast: Where Passion & Purpose Collide as Coree' Rivers offers many tidbits of wisdom and sage advice.
It's the podcast's fourth anniversary! We published our first three episodes on June 15, 2018. On our third anniversary, we published a post called Three Pillars for Three years and this year we decided to add a fourth pillar for our fourth anniversary. It's Let It Be Easy, and it's focus of our episode today. Discussion topics include: • Our fourth anniversary! • The three pillars of good enough that we identified for our third anniversary • The supreme value of knowing your why • The "fruit and flower anniversary" • The fourth pillar: Let It Be Easy • How we embraced ease in creating this podcast • How Let It Be Easy now feels beneficial to Shannon, rather than like cheating • Incorporating Let It Be Easy into challenges • Shannon's decision to seek some help in her challenge of walking 175 miles in Portugal this fall • How we embraced Let It Be Easy by recording shorter episodes • Letting it be easy in bullet journaling Visit the show notes at www.gettingtogoodenough.com for links!
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Mark came to the U.S. as a refugee from the former Soviet Union in the early 90s and approaches his business from a perspective of grit, determination, and gratitude. He has worked in a variety of corporate roles in organizations from small start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. Mark can also talk about Backendless having many invaluable Ukrainian team members and the impact on their culture that has brought. Mark can also give advice to non-technical entrepreneurs looking to build an application that shares their story, and why Backendless may be a good fit. A technologist and engineer at heart, Mark is proficient in several programming languages and specializes in architecting complex computing systems. Backendless provides an environment to implement building an app visually without any coding. They provide a solution to make your app-building experience as efficient and enjoyable as possible, whether you are a brand new builder or a seasoned developer. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mobiledomination/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mobiledomination/support
Whereas there is no truth in the world, the Church is the pillar and foundation of the truth. The truth liberates. The Church therefore has a responsibly of teaching the truth so as to charge members to go out into the world and change their spheres with the truth. The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, throws more light on this in this insightful message titled "Equipping The Church As An Army - Part 2" See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joe Connolly and Neil A. Carousso talk to Jacqueline Gathers, a trailblazing franchise owner of Pillar to Post who is the first licensed Black female home inspector in New York City.
Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is joined in Washington D.C. by Dom Megna, Tax Partner and leader of PwC's US Tax Reporting and Strategy practice. They discuss the latest on Pillar Two developments, GAAP considerations, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, the Cloud, the future of data collection, and more.
A tithe is not negotiable and must be paid in full according to the Word of God in Malachi 3:10 which says, "Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/enochaminupodcast/message
We search and search and search for God and then we are found. We don't have to work hard to find God. He wants us to be found. God pursued Adam and Eve in the garden and He pursues you today. Let yourself be found and kindle an intimacy that opens the door of communication with the Creator. The Zoweh team discusses the Pillar of Intimacy, Connected, and Oneness with God. Connect with the Zoweh team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From being kidnapped in Mexico for his human rights work, to advising the largest organizations across the world and allying with the Union of Indigenous Yagé Medics of the Colombian Amazon and advocating for indigenous movements, Ricardo Vitale has had an extraordinary path. As a self-defined 'liberation anthropologist', based in Colombia. He earned a PhD from Cambridge University with a thesis about the Zapatista movement in Chiapas, Mexico. His expertise covers human rights, anthropology in armed conflict, social movements, indigenous politics, gender relations within social movements, sustainable development, resilience, climate change adaptations and indigenous practices of yagé medicine, spirituality, and resistance. He is a former adviser of a plethora of international humanitarian and development bodies such as: Oxfam America, the UNHCR, the Norwegian Refugee Council, ICG and GIZ, amongst others. Since 2016 Riccardo works as a full-time adviser for the Union of Indigenous Yagé Medics of the Colombian Amazon (UMIYAC). His tasks within UMIYAC range from fundraising to advocacy, to capacity strengthening, and non-extractive (“the-other-way-around”) anthropological research, aimed at “reinforcing indigenous communities, rather than taking from them”. In this episode, we expand the conversation around plant medicine conservation and include the context of the symbiotic relationship between people, sacred territories, land, community, culture, and that there are people that are facing extinction who also hold knowledge. And when those cultures go extinct. Loss of knowledge is embedded in that. Part of supporting plant medicine conservation is supporting biocultural diversity. Not because we want to ensure that we can replant what we need to consume to ensure our future needs are met. But because we actually want to live in a world where indigenous peoples can be living on the land that is their birthright. Resources Mentioned https://umiyac.org/?lang=en (UMIYAC) https://growmedicine.com/ (Grow Medicine) https://lauradawn.co/free-music-playlists/ (4 Free Playlists For Psychedelic Journeys & Beyond) https://lauradawn.co/free-microdosing-course/ (Free 8 Day Microdosing Course) https://instagram.com/livefreelaurad (Follow @LiveFreeLauraD on Instagram) https://www.lauradawn.co/55 (Click here to access this episode's page complete with a full transcript, more about the author, and complete list of resources.) http://www.lauradawn.co/54 (Episode #55 of the Psychedelic Leadership Podcast) features a song called "https://aylasong.bandcamp.com/album/silent-voices (Silent Voices)" by https://aylasong.bandcamp.com/album/silent-voices (Ayla Shafer ). Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts"I love Laura Dawn and The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast.”
( 1:15 ) We discuss the #nbafinals game 1 and our game 2 expectations #jaysontatum has shown us that the can lead as a facilitator and OG #alhorford has shown us that he can be more productive and more physical than #draymondgreen the PILLAR of the #goldenstatewarriors defense, we also discuss what possible outcomes the #bostoncelticsmay face if they can or cannot finish the job. ( 19:32 ) we also touch bases on the situation in Phoenix with big man #deandreayton he gave up on his team in the middle of the playoffs and 9/10 he won't be receiving a contract extension anytime soon. Basketball Trenches is a sports podcast created to put out consistent Raw content that NBA Fans want need and deserve Be sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel and check out the Audio version of this podcast on Spotify and Apple Pod Follown us on all social media platforms @bballtrenches Be sure to answer the video questions in the comments below and join our basketball community WWW.BBALLTRENCHES.INFO Check out Garnersgarden.com also for great hygienic products for the skin hair and nails - https://lddy.no/18w10use code x7 at check out for 10% off --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bballtrenches/support
Johan Langerock, policy adviser in the European Parliament, discusses his visit to Washington, the future of the OECD two-pillar tax plan, and the EU's green initiative. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:DSTs ‘Back on Table' if U.S. Doesn't Adopt Pillar 1, MEPs SayEU Stays Focused on Pillar 2 Despite Pillar 1 DelaysPressure Mounts for EU Ministers on Pillar 2 AgreementEU Lawmakers Back Climate Plans but Challenges RemainFollow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**For more information about the Christopher E. Bergin Award for Excellence in Writing, visit taxnotes.com/students.This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
With the news of Pope Francis picking 21 new cardinals including Bishop McElroy of San Diego, JD Flynn of The Pillar joins with his analysis as well as his take on the Pelosi communion ban. The canon lawyer also talks the importance of accountability and the mission of his new online publication. The TCA team also joins sharing some of their faves when it comes to summer movies and books as temps heat up across the country. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily for Penecost Sunday. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!
Arielle Del Turco, the Assistant Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at Family Research Council, Arielle Del Turco, shared information related to a new publication entitled, Religious Freedom: A Human Right and a Pillar of American Society. It can be access through frc.org/freedom.
Grappling with despair this week in the wake of the Uvalde and Buffalo shootings, plus the quotidian stress of my job search. How do you have hope in hell? I turn to Audre Lorde and Mariame Kaba for answers. But if hope is not a feeling, what is it? Content warning: gun violence, Uvalde, Buffalo, despair, Audre Lorde, Mariame Kaba, hope. Texts: Audre Lorde: "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWmq9gw4Rq0 (Uses of the Erotic)" (printed in Sister Outsider) Beyond Prisons podcast: https://www.beyond-prisons.com/home/hope-is-a-discipline-feat-mariame-kaba (Hope Is a Discipline feat. Mariame Kaba) (excerpt printed in We Do This 'Til We Free Us) If you think this show's worth the cost of a coffee or a meal a month, subscribe for $5 or $15 at https://www.patreon.com/davemaher (patreon.com/davemaher). You'll get my mostly-unedited full convos with guests, every installment of the companion podcast This Is Your Aftershow, and shoutouts in future episodes. Subscribe to my weekly newsletter, https://thisisdavemaher.substack.com/ (Definitive Answers)! And follow me @thisisdavemaher on https://twitter.com/ThisIsDaveMaher (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/thisisdavemaher/ (Instagram). --- Transcript: https://app.podscribe.ai/series/1246109 (This Is Your Afterlife on Podscribe) Music = The Thermals: "A Pillar of Salt" / Johnnie Frierson: "Miracles"
Welcome to Episode 76 of the Being Human Podcast: Gender Fluidity or Complementarity? (Part Two) This week, Dr. Greg continues the conversation from Episode #75 on our purpose in being created as male and female, exploring a Catholic vision of complementarity as ordered towards unity between men and women, and breaking open why we need the opposite sex to attain holiness. (Note: Mature Content) Discussed in this episode: The Catholic vision of the human person, created as male and female and ordered towards a purpose; How we are a theology in our masculinity and femininity, with a capacity for fruitfulness stamped into our genetic code from the moment of our conception. Giving the gift of ourselves and receiving the gift of others, and how we are changed through this reciprocity of gift; Marriage as a path to holiness, and why we need the opposite sex to attain that holiness; The reason the call to celibacy is a supernatural vocation; The Catholic “both and” of complementarity and equality; How the differences in our brain as male and female give us a natural affinity towards certain skill sets; Resources mentioned or relevant: Sign up for insider information about our new certification launching in the Fall; Listen to episode #75, the first in this series: Gender Fluidity or Complementarity? Ch. 17 of the Theology of the Body (see pg. 43): Man and Woman: A Gift for Each Other Love and Responsibility by Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II) On the Masculine Genius, an article by Dr. Greg published in Humanum Quarterly Review; Watch Fruitfulness is Not a Pillar of the Theology of the Body on YouTube; Learn more about complementarity and the masculine and feminine genius in Dr. Greg's relationships course: A Marriage Built to Last; Become a member of the Integrated Life Community to get access to every course Dr. Greg has created, AND the opportunity to participate in Integrated Life Intensives: time-limited, group experiences covering topics like boundaries, communication, trauma, forgiveness, and more! Learn about IDDM (Mentorship), our new model of accompaniment; Need help? Schedule a free 15-minute consultation call with our staff to discuss how we can support you! Sign up for Being Human, our weekly newsletter, to stay up to date on the exciting developments at CatholicPsych; Download The Integrated App for access to free audio exercises, the Catholic Mindfulness Virtual Retreat, courses, prayer resources, and more; Visit our website to read the CatholicPsych blog, shop in the CatholicPsych bookshop, or discover other resources we have available. Contact us! Have a topic or a question you would like Dr. Greg to address on the podcast? Want to give some feedback about this episode? Email us at email@example.com - we would love to hear from you!
Getting in shape sounds so simple; we know what to do: exercise more and eat better. And can even sound like an expert when telling someone else what they should do. But when it comes to getting ourselves in better shape, it's not so straightforward. In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros lay out the fundamentals of fitness. Getting in shape may seem theoretically easy, but if you're having a hard time getting those pounds off, you may be missing out on any of these fundamental pillars. Tune in and learn what they are, and be on your way to fitness success.#402 - Overcoming Overwhelm - Live Breath Work Mastermind with Samantha Skelly https://youtu.be/ovYh40ECpiIImportant details:Next Level Retreat—the most transformational weekend of your life! https://www.nextleveluniverse.com/next-level-retreat/Join the June 2 monthly meetup at 6 PM, EST on How To Be A Better Communicator: https://bit.ly/3LgHHBdFREE virtual speeches: https://www.nextleveluniverse.com/next-level-speeches/Download the NLU FREE COURSE now!To learn more about group coaching, click hereNext Level Podcast Solutions - click hereNext Level Business Solutions - click here_______________________We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via email Website
Born in a Gujrati (Kutchi) family on 7thOct … Meenal is the only daughter and obviously father's favourite child. Two brothers one elder, one younger. Was brought up in a loving and caring atmosphere. Completed my graduation in commerce stream, also a diploma course in Journalism and Mass Media. Wanted to pursue career in journalism however due to odd working hours was not permitted. Got married to my childhood love in Dec1994, Life changed 360 degrees in Oct 1995 when I lost my husband in an accident. Was 8 months pregnant. My daughter was born on 10th Dec 1995…. Was not sure should I be happy or cry… But she was and is the reason for me to survive Was in a semi depressed state for months but had the responsibility of my daughter so put the brave front up. Had put on 20 odd kilos post pregnancy and in this mental state. Would meet the family doctor every now and then with some or the other complaint. One day he asked me to check my weight which was 20 kilos more …. He motivated me to join a gym follow diet. A turning point in my life lost 18 odd kgs in 6 months then weight management. that day and today I hit the gym first thing in the morning. I started personal fitness training, helped people loose weight, did this as a passion and of course it paid me. More because I had experienced how I had regained confidence after losing weight and becoming fit. My parents were very supportive my mother stayed with me till my daughter was around 8 years. …Lost my father in 2004 around same time get to know my husband's business is all gone... will have to work for a living. With no prior work experience, other than 1.5 years of working as a receptionist/ office assistant, had to take up a job leaving my daughter with my Mom. My daughter blamed that I don't love her and dint care because I could not spend time with her help her in studies etc… this continued till recently when she realised why i was working. Nevertheless, all these years she has developed a grudge against me for this Lost my mother in 2010. Pillar of my life… Worked in different industries and profiles from risk management, relocations, security. Exhibitions to telecom… travelled nationally and internationally for work. Grew in my career with many ups and downs, leechee boss, supportive boss and colleagues All said and done God has been very kind was able to give a good life to my daughter who is getting married now!!! In 2019 started my own business in Food tech as a consultant and a business partner for a Cloud Kitchen. Some unavoidable reasons had to close that business. Continued with consultancy services and also started Life coaching services in around 2020. Today as a mindset and Wellness coach I am conducting ( online and offline) one to one session for single parents, helping people manage work life balance, find happiness in life ,work on their relationship, help change their mindset and live a better life.
Last week in Washington, DC Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis seized the opportunity to present Greece as more than a “pillar of stability” and a “reliable ally,” drawing a direct line between core American values and interests and fundamental Hellenic national issues. Endy Zemenides, HALC's Executive Director, joins Thanos Davelis to look at why, after last week, Greece is now a paradigm in terms of both geopolitics and values.Read Endy Zemenides's latest op-ed in Kathimerini: A paradigmYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Turkey demands ‘concrete steps' to back Nordics' NATO bidsVartholomaios says Russian church has ‘disappointed us' over Ukraine
Welcome to Episode 54! Wow, I keep marveling at how this team effort, and it is a team effort, from our amazing guests, my incredible team, and our fantastic production guru…I am so appreciative to have made it past the “pod fade” to this place. Without all of the incredible people who support our podcast, I don't know how we'd keep it up. And speaking of gratitude, thank YOU for listening! We appreciate you and truly commit ourselves to providing value that you can apply to your life and business in each episode. This episode is dedicated to those of you who think you're failing at “Time Management” when really, conventional time management tools have failed you. They're not designed for CEOs and leaders. They simply aren't. The very word “management” implies a certain amount of control, and as you know, we have absolutely no control over time. I briefly cover the 3 pillars of Time Leadership: Discovery, Analysis and (Inspired) Action. The bulk of this episode is dedicated to Pillar 1: Discovery. If you'd like to MASTER building the foundation of Time Leadership, you'll want to take notes, and answer these questions: WHY did you do this? Why did you start your business? WHAT made you excited? Or righteously indignant? Or both? What lights your soul on fire? WHAT is your grand vision? Grab your magic wand and play BIG here. HOW do you get blocked? What consistently comes up for you when you're stretching yourself into a big goal? We start at Discovery because without that information, it's like taking roadtrip without GPS, snacks, water, and knowledge of where to refuel your vehicle. It's cute, but not going to get you where you want to go. Tune in to learn more, and be sure to leave us a review so your fellow entrepreneurs can find us, and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Thank you! Connect With Us: Instagram Tracy's LinkedIn Page Business Page LinkedIn Schedule Strategy Session with Tracy
Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is joined by Mindy Herzfeld, professor of tax practice at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where she teaches International Tax, to discuss Pillar Two rules.
Sarifa Moola-Nernæs, CEO of Ubuntu Coaching, is a Makhuwa woman, an African feminist, businesswoman, life coach and speaker with extensive experience in refugee services and social and economic inclusion. Sarifa talks about her South African mom Jamaila and her lessons on being grounded, being of service, and respecting and supporting others. Sarifa also talks about the Makhuwa matrilineal society, about the Ubuntu philosophy, and about learning to be fearless. To contact Ana, please send your mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org You can find Sarifa on Instagram here. For more about “Thank You, Mama" and to subscribe to the newsletter, please visit: http://www.thankyoumama.net
Welcome to Episode 75 of the Being Human Podcast: Gender Fluidity or Complementarity? In this week's episode, Dr. Greg opens up a new series focused on fleshing out a convincing Catholic response to the gender confusion in our culture today; he proposes an answer to an important question about the purpose of being created as male and female. (Note: Mature Content) Discussed in this episode: The impossibility of changing one's gender; The philosophy of John Paul II and how it can serve as a foundation for understanding our bodies; The teleological capacity of the human person; What no one in the Church seems to be talking about in regards to our creation as men and women; A proposal to the question of why we are made as male and female; Fruitfulness as a consequence of every free, total, faithful gift given between a man and a woman; How, as Catholics, we have the full spectrum of ways to arrive at truth available to us; The need to coalesce around a vision of gender, sex, and the human person's purpose. Resources mentioned or relevant: Read On the Masculine Genius, an article by Dr. Greg published in Humanum Quarterly Review; Sign up for insider information about our new certification launching in the Fall! Watch Fruitfulness is Not a Pillar of the Theology of the Body by Dr. Greg on YouTube; Read Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church On the Collaboration of Men and Women in the Church and in the World, by Cardinal Ratzinger; Learn more about complementarity and the masculine and feminine genius in Dr. Greg's relationships course: A Marriage Built to Last; Become a member of the Integrated Life Community to get access to every course Dr. Greg has created, AND the opportunity to participate in Integrated Life Intensives: time-limited, group experiences covering topics like boundaries, communication, trauma, forgiveness, and more! Learn about IDDM (Mentorship), our new model of accompaniment; Need help? Schedule a free 15-minute consultation call with our staff to discuss how we can support you! Sign up for Being Human, our weekly newsletter, to stay up to date on the exciting developments at CatholicPsych; Download The Integrated App for access to free audio exercises, the Catholic Mindfulness Virtual Retreat, courses, prayer resources, and more; Visit our website to read the CatholicPsych blog, shop in the CatholicPsych bookshop, or discover other resources we have available. Contact us! Have a topic or a question you would like Dr. Greg to address on the podcast? Want to give some feedback about this episode? Email us at email@example.com - we would love to hear from you! Rate, review, and subscribe Please help us in our mission to integrate the Faith with Psychology by hitting subscribe and also sharing this podcast with your friends. Please consider rating or leaving a review of our show. It helps us reach other Catholics just like you who want to become more integrated, whole, and happy human beings. For Apple podcasts, click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate 5 stars, and choose “write a review”. Then type your sincere thoughts about the show! If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any episodes. Subscribe to the podcast now!
In this Teisho, given on March 13th, 2022, Rinzan Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 83: Ummon's "The Old Buddha Communes With a Pillar." The practice of zen asks us to dissolve our barriers and commune with all things, animate and inanimate, sentient and insentient.
The obvious: you need your body to play pickleball. It is a physical activity and how your body performs will dictate how well you play on the court. The not so obvious: there are things you can do off the court that will help improve your body and get you ready to play when you are back on the court. Pay attention to those and you will play better pickleball and, more importantly, enjoy a better quality of life. In this episode we are joined by my friend and partner, CJ Johnson, who shares with you some concrete tips for you to improve your body. You are going to want to bookmark this episode. Click here to Join us inside THE Pickleball System. It will change your game. Get the Three Pillars of Pickleball here. WeArePickleball immersive pickleball camps at https://wearepickleball.com/camps/ Get the same visual training that CJ and I use to improve our vision, our game, and our lives (better night driving included). Visit here for more information. You can find out more about Tyrol shoes here. Register to get our weekly VIPickleball emails and get your FREE front row seat to our upcoming Webinars by signing up here. If you or a loved one wants to learn pickleball, check out Play Pickleball, a Beginner's Guide - available here digitally or here in print (paperback). The Diadem Icon paddle is available here. Use code VIPickleball to get our discount at checkout (using the link you help support our ability to provide you with these podcasts and our other free content). You can read our complete Diadem Icon Review here. Find Resources for your game here. Join us at our immersive pickleball learning community - VIPickleball. Find out more and get on our waitlist at wearepickleball.com. If you like the podcast, please give it a rating. And share it with your friends. If you like it, they probably will too. Stay well, Tony --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/in2pickle/support
As a three-time immigrant myself, I'm always going to pay attention when I hear that's there's a new fintech in town building credit that moves with you, doubly so when one of the co-founders of that fintech is Ash Bhatt who I first met when he was Head of Lending at Revolut, for the US and UK markets. Ash has used that international experience, and his own experience as an immigrant in London, to build Pillar as an all-in-one credit platform for anyone who finds themselves excluded from the traditional credit marketplace. As you know, the person who has withdrawn cash on the credit card is deemed high-risk, but when the person is actually withdrawing the cash why wouldn't the credit card company give them a prompt saying, “hey, did you realise if you do this, your score may go down?” Pillar will help consumers build credit scores, maintain those scores, and access credit all in one place, and you can learn more - and join their waiting list - at https://www.hellopillar.com/ This is also my first in-person recording, and while I need to improve my mic discipline, I hope the more interactive feel outweighs the little patches of poor audio. If you're interested in the risk-based pricing study I mentioned, you can read a summary on my LinkedIn page here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/increased-price-transparency-shake-up-hong-kong-loan-market-brendan/ And the full discussion with Misha Esipov of Nova Credit, where we cover related topics, is episode 11 - https://www.howtolendmoneytostrangers.show/episodes/episode-11 Or if it is me you're after, you can find me on my LinkedIn page (feel free to connect), and my action-adventure novels on Amazon, some versions even for free. If you have any feedback, questions, or if you would like to participate in the show, please feel free to reach out to me via the contact page on this site. Regards, Brendan
Joining us on Talk Talent To Me today is Sarah Wasif, Chief People Officer at LandTech. Today Sarah outlines what scaling looks like for the company and how she plans on executing growth. Next, she outlines the important things to be considered when a company grows and how you can be adaptable to things that may not work on a larger scale. Sarah then tells us how and what elements of a business should be localized when moving into different areas and what should remain as is. Sarah discusses some of the tricks she has found helpful when trying to keep original employees happy and maintain the company's original value system before telling us how she ensures that new employees align with those values and are a good fit. Lastly, Sarah discusses how the world has changed to incorporate an emphasis on personal behavior in the workplace. Tune in to find out how to expand a company globally and stay true to its values. Key Points From This Episode: Introducing today's guest, Sarah Wasif. Sarah explains her background and how she landed up working at LandTech. What scaling looks like for Sarah over the next few years. How Sarah plans on executing her growth plans for the company. How she will see what will work and what won't in a company of a larger scale than before. Sarah outlines the pillars used in her strategies. Pillar one: the way you attract people. Pillar two: how you retain them. Pillar three: sustainability. How elements will have to be localized as the company expands globally. Why Sarah thinks Americans index more on equity in a company. Examples of areas LandTech are going to focus on before they expand. How the company keeps the original team members happy as the team expands. How maintaining the values of the company will keep employees happy for years. How to ensure new employees align with company values. Sarah explains the safe conversations she wants to have with potential employees. The importance of teaching people about how the world works. Sarah outlines how business has changed to emphasize employee behavior. Tweetables: “I haven't joined and worked in a business where some of those early individuals are still A, here, and B, as passionate as the first day I landed eyes on them nearly four years ago.” — @Sarah_Wasif [0:15:12] “I think I would have paid really good money, not even in my early career, even in school, [for someone to teach me] how the world operates.” — @Sarah_Wasif [0:22:27] “The concept of emotional intelligence is no longer a soft, fluffy, nice to have. I think companies and successful companies are really honing in into it.” — @Sarah_Wasif [0:23:40] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Talk Talent to Me Sarah Wasif on LinkedIn Sarah Wasif on Twitter LandTech Tag Omnicom BBC SwiftKey Hired
Flashback Friday episode CW 1154 was released last March 20, 2019. Jason Hartman starts the show talking to in-house economist Thomas about the things that impact your mortgage payment when you first get your loan. Some of them are pretty obvious, but there are several things that stand out as uncommon. Then Jason talks with Raghuram Rajan, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India and former Chief Economist and Director of Research at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), about how community has been weakened, which has allowed competitive markets and governments to get out of balance. They also discuss what jobs will remain after automation takes off even more, mortgage rates and whether we're headed toward inflation or deflation. Key Takeaways: 3:16 What sorts of things impact your mortgage payment when you first receive your loan 5:19 There are some new credit scoring models that are becoming more prominent 10:03 If interest rates start to climb too high, adjustable rate mortgages might start making a comeback Raghuram Rajan Interview: 14:22 What the IMF is and how it differs from the World Bank 19:17 Massive technological change tends to hit an area and hurt before the benefits kick in later 22:28 After automation comes and takes many of the jobs, there will still be jobs that involve human interaction 27:48 Is Raghuram seeing inflation, deflation, stagflation or what in the coming years? 30:31 Are mortgage interest rates artificially low? 35:15 There's good deflation and bad deflation Websites: www.JasonHartman.com/Masters The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind Raghuram Rajan at Chicago Booth School of Business Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN https://twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI https://www.instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Learn More: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: https://www.hartmanindex.com/white-paper Free Report on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee Jason Hartman Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0qQ… Real Estate News and Technology: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPSy…