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In this episode, Danielle Monologues. Civil disobedience looms, but who orchestrated the civilian chaos? Who do we trust? Who do we blame? Who do we point our fingers at? How does 2022 American politics compare to life with Jesus 2,000 years ago? Are we always willing to sacrifice freedom for security? How well does that turn out for us? Demands for order to the chaos lead to authoritarianism. What can we do to combat this erotic attack? Can we collaborate within our homes with our loved ones and make a change for the world? What is the erotic solution?
Partner support during the postpartum period is one topic we don't see discussed often. Yet, for the partner, having a baby and learning to parent is an equally transformative experience. Partners experience the birth in a different way than the birthing person. They can experience worry, feelings of helplessness, and even experience vicarious trauma. Partners will typically self-sacrifice to support the birthing person. This is often where the need for more focused support can begin. Sacrificing their own needs to support the birthing person. Setting their need for rest and nourishment aside. As postpartum doulas coming into this dynamic requires assessment skills. What does this partner need most at this point? Where are they struggling? Where are they excelling, and how can we validate and encourage them? Come join us as we discuss the many considerations in how to support partners during the postpartum period.
On today's show: how can you delegate without upsetting clients or sacrificing quality? It's a problem today's guest Michael is facing in his young freelance business. He's been working for himself for a while, but can't seem to solve the delegation piece. So, with a little role playing, Clay and I help Michael see exactly what he should say to clients about his need to delegate and grow. PS: Get featured in an upcoming FTF SHORT! Just visit http://freelancetofounder.com/ask and submit a question. Support our sponsors so we can keep airing new episodes: Sendinblue - Use promo code FOUNDER for 50% off your first three months on a premium account at https://www.sendinblue.com/founder/ Hectic - Everything you need to start, manage, and grow your freelance business — in one place. Tailor Brands - Launch your business in just a few clicks (Use the code: F2F for 40% off Tailor Brands) LinkedIn Jobs - Find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Justworks - Manage your remote team and run your business with confidence. Zapier - The automation platform that connects your work apps and does repetitive tasks for you. Dripify - Premium learning platform for entrepreneurs. SolidGigs - Get more freelance jobs Get your own on-air coaching call We'd love to feature your business and offer some free on-air advice for growing your business. To see if you're a good fit, click here. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts: If you enjoy the show, can you do us a favor and leave us an honest rating and review on Apple Podcasts? We'll love you forever. Click here to leave a review. More Recommended Listening: This show is a part of the Podglomerate, a company that produces, distributes, and monetizes podcasts. We encourage you to visit the website and sign up for our newsletter. We suggest you also try other Podglomerate shows about entrepreneurship, business, and creativity such as Rocketship.fm and Creative Elements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Want to make a full-time income online without working full-time hours? Maybe you are experiencing business burnout and need to work less. Or maybe you simply want to do less and earn more so you can live more? This episode is for you! You'll learn: 8 things that helped me build a six figure business while working 3 days a week and traveling the world. The difference between intuitive decisions & fear-based decisions. Why you don't need more followers to make more income. How to simplify your marketing Why I've changed the podcast name BACK to what it used to be! And more! TIMESTAMPS 2:15 The difference between intuitive decisions & fear-based decisions 6:39 Being an entrepreneur is courageous 7:37 How I built a six figure business while I worked 3 days a week and traveled 7:44 Sacrificing fast growth for slow and steady growth 11:14 Focus on your top 2-3 marketing strategies 14:23 Decide that 3-4 days a week is ENOUGH 15:37 2 ways to make your working day as productive as possible 18:04 Planning without losing flexability 20:27 You don't need more followers 21:21 Build a brand, not just a business 23:51 Live below your means SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A REVIEW Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss future episodes! And if you enjoyed this episode, please leave a 5 star rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Then DM me telling me you've done so! Each month I'll choose one reviewer's business to share on my Instagram page of 30k followers - it could land you some new clients! FREE masterclass: 10 Steps To Go From Overwhelmed To Organized Free Roadmap: Starter Kit for Booking Clients Consistently My courses Instagram: @neshawoolery
How do you get past feeling like you need to sacrifice a part of your life in order to really get ahead? This is what I tackled in today's podcast. I'm going to show you how to STOP feeling like sacrificing yourself as the leader is the right thing to do, so you can actually reach your full potential and make the kind impact you really want to make in yours and other people's lives. Maybe you're like me, and took on the belief that the road to success is paved by sacrificing yourself. That turned into me wearing my hard working badge because I wanted to show that "I put myself last" because I thought it would benefit the team and my family. Or maybe make me "better" in some way because I was doing what others were unwilling to do. Only it doesn't. And it sets the precedent for others who are watching to take on this belief too. If you're ready to find another way, dive into today's episode!
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In episode #2162, Neil and Eric talk about how to run a lean business without sacrificing quality. It's not always necessary to focus solely on the essentials in your business. Providing lunches and stipends can be great for employee morale, but it can also run counter to running a lean business. Tune in as we discuss what it means to run a lean business and how you can achieve it without sacrificing the quality of your product or service! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:20] Today's topic: How to Run A Lean Business Without Sacrificing Quality. [00:25] An overview of what it means to run a lean business. [00:56] How to ensure you have reliable cash flow. [02:24] Why you should hire experienced individuals with insight into what is and isn't essential. [02:40] How to help your team invest in the concept of a lean business. [03:01] How to set up a profit sharing pool. [03:34] That's it for today! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast! [03:36] Visit https://www.marketingschool.io/live to learn about our next event from 29-31 August in Beverly Hills! [03:49] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Cash Flow Story Subscribe to our premium podcast (with tons of goodies!): https://www.marketingschool.io/pro Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu
“One of the biggest misconceptions in VC is that it's an easy way to be successful, or a quick shortcut to something - that's absolutely wrong. It's a really long journey.” In today's 40 Minute Mentor VC Feature series episode, we're joined by Antoine Nussenbaum, the Co-Founder of Felix Capital. Felix is a venture capital firm for the creative class, at the intersection of technology and creativity, focusing on opportunities in digital lifestyle. They're on a mission to support ambitious Founders with big ideas, capturing new behaviours and cultural shifts. Their portfolio includes the likes of Farfetch, Deliveroo, Unmind, Papier, amongst many other high-growth brands. In this episode, Antoine shares some incredible insights into the market and buckets of brilliant mentorship for Founders and aspiring VCs, including: What led Antoine to start Felix Capital [06:36]Why he chose the digital lifestyle niche and what makes Felix so different from other VCs [08:50]The potential opportunities the economic downturn can present to Founders, no matter whether they're in B2B or B2C [11:27]What common traits some of the most successful Founders share and how you can stand out when fundraising [17:02]The difficulties of separating work and life as a Founder and how it can sometimes be beneficial to let the two intertwine [21:55]What makes Felix's culture so special and how Antoine tests for high conviction in interviews [25:01]What Antoine looks for when he assesses Founders and their businesses [29:12]The most common mistakes he sees Founders make during pitches [31:09]Why working in VC isn't about finding a shortcut to success [32:51] ⛳️ Helpful links: ➡️ More about Antoine: https://www.linkedin.com/in/antoinenussenbaum/➡️ More about Felix Capital: https://www.felixcap.com/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
The Demonic Origins of Planned Parenthood, Part II: Channeling Dark Spirits, Sacrificing Children with John ZmirakDemonic Origins of Planned Parenthood: https://stream.org/the-demonic-origins-of-planned-parenthood-part-ii-channeling-dark-spirits-sacrificing-children/BLM Jumps the Shark: https://stream.org/anarcho-tyranny-101-when-a-magic-minority-shoots-at-your-family-shut-up-and-take-it/Follow Jason on Locals: https://jasonjones.locals.com/and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/osu4491Visit Movie to Movement @ www.MovieToMovement.comAnd the Vulnerable People Project: www.TheGreatCampaign.org
Are you struggling to balance your relationships with family & volunteers and your responsibilities at church? Today our friends from Bayside Church's Thrive Worship share what they've learned about prioritizing relationship without sacrificing God's vision for their worship team. We believe that God hasn't called you to sacrifice the people He's placed in your life for the sake of the mission He's called you to. So tune in this week to hear what these worship pastors have learned about prioritizing everything God's placed in their lives. Mentioned in the Episode Thrive Worship's New Album --- If you like what you hear, please leave us a review! Also, feel free to shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com & tell us how we can better serve you and your church through this podcast. Don't forget to sign up for your FREE 2-week subscription to Worship Online at worshiponline.com/podcast! The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Worship Online in Nashville, TN. Hosted & Produced by Josh Kluge Backing Tracks by Johnluke Lewis
Suffering is an inevitable part of success. Anyone who tells you otherwise is not telling the whole truth. Creating success in any endeavor in life will involve either suffering or sacrifice. The fine line between both rests on the purpose of the work. Keeping in mind the goal of the task will define whether you are intentionally sacrificing time and energy as an investment or suffering through the completion of a project for the sake of finishing. Learn more about growing your business to its best potential with this episode's guest Mike Claudio! Mike Claudio is a personal friend, mentor, and confidant to Jeff! He is the owner of WinRate Consulting, founder of A Champions Shoes non-profit, and the legendary host of the Big Stud Podcast. Mike and Jeff talk about building your business from all points and in all aspects while remembering to integrate corporate social responsibility into your work. What you'll learn: Alignment of goals and missions of employees to your business How to ignore the fear of missing out on trends Sacrificing vs Suffering Accepting inevitable suffering or sacrifice to achieve your goal How to avoid getting distracted by new shiny objects Freedom in making business decisions A Champions Shoes' advocacy Who deserves the best version of you How to get involved: Mike's Website WinRate Consulting's Website Mike and WinRate Consulting's Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, and Instagram A Champions Shoes Instagram, and Website The Big Stud Podcast If what you heard resonated with you, you can find Jeff on Instagram, Facebook. And don't forget to visit us on Apple Podcasts to leave a review and let us know what you thought! Your feedback keeps us going. Thanks for helping us spread the word!
It's time to bust the myth that in order to experience massive success, you must trade in the time and meaningful relationships with your family. In today's episode, Kelly is sharing 3 tips for building a business while also prioritizing family, that don't require: Putting in 50+ hours of work each week Being endlessly available Sacrificing your physical or mental wellbeing Stay connected: Follow Kelly on Instagram. Grab one of Kelly's bestselling books: Unstoppable: 9 Principles for Unlimited Success in Business and Life Conviction Marketing Bigger than You: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Building an Unstoppable Team The Live Launch Method
In this episode, we explore: Guest Intro: Peggy Pinto Reasons why we do real estate Start in real estate Getting over fears and doubts Sacrificing time with family to have more time with family In the Military, you're replaceable About Peggy: Peggy Pinto is an Active Duty Navy Nurse, Co-Owner of Pinto Capital Investments, Wife to Anthony, a Villanova Graduate, a creative content creator, and recently a Mother to our Baby girl, Mary. Today she joins us in our 99th episode. She shares with us her journey with Anthony through life, real estate, and the military. Join us as she shares details about being a dual military spouse and investing in real estate. She also talks about real estate from her perspective, overcoming her own doubts and fears. Snapshot: What is your number one failure in real estate? Learning the hard lesson to trust your gut, whether that is the people or properties. What advice do you have for other military investors to be successful? Set aside time for each other. Remember your why. What inspired you to marry a military and serve your country? My Mom was a Navy Reservist deployed to Afghanistan. What is your dream? Working to live. Figuring out that balance for us. Being able to live comfortably. #multifamilyrealestate #realestateandmilitary #dualmilitaryspouse
Intuitive eating seems like a free pass to eat all of the “bad” things that you want, so becoming an intuitive eater must mean sacrificing your physical health for the sake of your mental health, right? Wrong! Intuitive eating will actually be one of the best things for your health. In today's episode, Beth shares her personal story of hitting “diet rock bottom” and her transformation into an intuitive eater, as well as the optimization of her health as a result! CONNECT MORE WITH TAMMY!Loving the podcast? You are not alone! If you're like most women, this podcast will kick off your journey and give you valuable insights, but you'll probably find yourself wanting even deeper support and transformation, totally understandable! Here is how to find what you are looking for… Join the free Mindful & Intuitive Eating for Woman facebook groupGet a copy of YOUR Intuitive Life Journal Join the UPLIFT Community MembershipWant even more support? Apply to be a part of an intimate, one of a kind, food and body transformational program. The signature Peace with Food & Soul Program® was designed with you in mind by the CEO of my sister company, Beth Basham. It will allow you to not only throw the scale out the window but become the master of your emotions, and move you past the mental chatter that never stops. This is an exclusive experience for those serious about transforming their relationship to food & body, and it's only offered to those that qualify. Apply here to hold your spot in this limited space program.SOCIAL DEETS FOR BETH BASHAMWebsite: www.BethBasham.comIG: @bethbasham.rdFacebook group: www.Facebook.com/BethBasham.RDWhat's your #1 Eating Blindspot? Find out here: bethbasham.com/eatingquizSOCIAL DEETS FOR TAMMYWebsite: www.YourEssentialDietitian.comInstagram: @your_essential_rdFacebook: www.Facebook.com/YourEssentialDietitianSUBSCRIBE & REVIEWIf you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave me a review on whatever platform you're listening through! Our mission is to help as many people as possible live the life they are meant to through awakening love & joy with food & themself, and when you leave a positive review, more people can find this podcast!Much love to you and thank you!The Love Your Food, Love Yourself, Love Your Life Podcast is produced by Julia Levine Productions.
Wealth and happiness do not always go hand in hand, but Ben Lapidus has found a way to achieve both. Listen to Ben's philosophies in life and learn how you can build success without sacrificing your happiness. Ben is the Chief Financial Officer for Spartan Investment Group, LLC and a co-founder and host of Best Ever Conferences. His extensive finance and business development skills helped him construct a portfolio from $0 to over $500 million in assets under management. Ben has been through lots of ups and downs. He created startups that didn't work out, lost more than $200,000 of investor money, and had to build a business from scratch. Today, his portfolio is worth over half a billion dollars, and he helps other investors achieve financial freedom. Tune in to this episode to learn more about Ben, his business, and how to build the life that you want without sacrificing your happiness. KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. Spend your time on something at the intersection of three things (something you're passionate about, great at, and economically viable). 2. When you have lower expectations, it is easier to generate happiness. 3. Vanity metrics are a sign of youth, but we grow out of it as we grow older. 4. Don't be obsessed with exit options. LINKS https://www.benlapidus.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/blapidus/ https://www.bestevercre.com/blog/meet-best-ever-conference-co-founder-ben-lapidus https://www.bestevercre.com/podcast INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Want to invest alongside Reed? All investments are 100% PASSIVE. Historical returns to accredited investors have ranged 18-31% annualized! To find out more, head on over to… www.reedgoossens.com
In this special episode we get to hear from two special guests: Enes Kanter Freedom, NBA basketball player turned human rights advocate, and Jeff King, president of International Christian Concern. We got a chance to sit down with them this week in the nation's capitol, at the International Religious Freedom Summit 2022.
Socialism incompatible with Abraham/Moses/Jesus, Warnings throughout history; Organize yourselves in charity; "gods"; Holy Spirit; How do YOU go back?; Apostasy; Thinking differently - like Christ; Defection; Political parties in Christ's time; Mt 23:1; Enslaving neighbors = anti-Christ; Fringes and Breeches; Renouncing the kingdom; Christ - king of Judea; "Woman"; Absolute truth; False Christians; Pure Religion; "Politumai"; Caring for neighbor; Becoming peculiar; Are you helping or weakening?; Defining "religion"; Slothful in duty; Early American republic; Lady Godiva; What made America great?; Covetousness is not OK!; WestPoint story; Societal degeneration; Personal sacrifice; Actively reversing selfishness; The sin of Sodom; Davey Crockett's condemnation; Christ - life giver; Sacrificing womanhood; Rediscover morality!
Allen C. Paul is an author, podcaster, coach and advocate for creatives in the areas of business, creativity and faith. His book, “God and Gigs: Succeed as a Musician without Sacrificing your Faith,” along with his podcast “The God and Gigs Show”, his study guides and devotionals are designed to help creatives build confidence in their calling while excelling in their craft. He has been married to his wife Lia for over 25 years and has 3 children, and continues to perform and compose as an accomplished musician in South Florida. Offer: Free Workbook: The Four questions You MUST answer before turning Pro as a creative; Godandgigs.com/questions
Our guest for this week's episode is fellow ex-pat Billy Keels. But instead of the US, Billy is operating his business all the way over in Barcelona, Spain. Billy Keels is a seasoned traveler, real estate investor, podcast host (Going Long), and the Strategic Advisor of First Generation Capital Partners, an investment group that helps high-wage earners build their wealth without working more. Like many real estate investors, Billy started out working a 9-5 before getting into the real estate space. Along the way, he learned the value of investing time in a way that produces the most returns. Billy takes great joy in taking as much knowledge as possible, be it about European culture or commercial real estate, and we can all take a page from his book. We cannot take wealth to our grave, but we can rest easy leaving a life well-lived. Listen to Billy's story as we talk about his travel experiences, his opinions about investing in the US real estate space as an ex-pat, and how he reinvented himself into the man he is now. KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. You can't take control of your outcomes until you take action. 2. Traveling is an amazing way to build knowledge, street smarts, experience, and real-world principles that can help you later on in business. 3. Real estate can allow you to leverage other people's talents and maximize your passive income. 4. Continuous learning is key to finding the best vehicles to reach your destination. LINKS https://www.linkedin.com/in/billykeels/ https://www.firstgencp.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/going-long-podcast-with-billy-keels/id1518643887 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Want to invest alongside Reed? All investments are 100% PASSIVE. Historical returns to accredited investors have ranged 18-31% annualized! To find out more, head on over to… www.reedgoossens.com
Are you looking at the sacrifice or the cost of something, or do you look at it as an investment? A cost of time, money or energy or an investment of time, money and energy?When you know what you want, everything you do can become an investment towards that dream life of yours. Whether its an investment of time and energy building your business, or an investment of time relaxing and restoring and hanging with family, investing in your relationships. When you look at things as a cost or expense or sacrifice, you will not gain what you need from that experience to grow. when you look at it as an investment, you're on your way to growth.Change your mindset, change your life.P.s. We LOVE our Avocado mattress. It is the most comfy mattress we've ever slept on and it's clean, vegan and non-toxic. We spend 1/3 of our lives on a mattress. Might as well invest in the best. https://avocadomattress.n5ka.net/0J5k6JTimestamps: [2:02] It's an investment, not an expense. [7:58] Are YOU investing? [9:01] Scarcity vs abundant mindset. [12:06] Past investments. [18:44] When you feel that scarcity or lack, think about how it will pay off. --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal Instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/
**In this episode, we discuss suicide ideation and postpartum depression. If you are struggling or having suicidal thoughts or worried about someone you know, please call 000, Lifeline on 13 11 14 or ruok.org.au. If you or someone you know needs support for postpartum depression, visit PANDA.org.au.**Chelsea Pottenger is a motivational speaker and accredited mindfulness & meditation coach. She has a new book out now, called The Mindful High Performer, and as the founder of EQ Minds, has worked with many of the world's leading brands such as eBay, Google, Telstra, CBA and Macquarie Bank to improve team wellbeing.This chat goes deep as Chelsea talks about her breaking point. At the same time, she shares so much of what she's learnt while building herself back up that you'll feel so empowered by the end of our chat.RESOURCES:St John of God Burwood HospitalPANDA National Helpline (Mon to Fri, 9am - 7.30pm AEST/AEDT) 1300 726 306CREDITS:This podcast was hosted and produced by WH editor-in-chief Lizza Gebilagin with additional sound editing by Abby Williams.For more from Women's Health Australia, find us on Instagram, visit our website or find the print and digital editions of the magazine. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, “A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,” is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators. He has spent the past 25 years speaking to audiences in all 50 states, on over 1000 college and high school campuses, at hundreds of professional and academic conferences, and to community groups across the nation. He has also lectured internationally in Canada and Bermuda, and has trained corporate, government, law enforcement and medical industry professionals on methods for dismantling racism in their institutions. Wise's antiracism work traces back to his days as a college activist in the 1980s, fighting for divestment from (and economic sanctions against) apartheid South Africa. After graduation, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combatting poverty and economic inequity. He has served as an adjunct professor at the Smith College School of Social Work, in Northampton, MA., and from 1999-2003 was an advisor to the Fisk University Race Relations Institute in Nashville, TN. Wise is the author of seven books, including his highly-acclaimed memoir, White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son, as well as Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority, and Under the Affluence: Shaming the Poor, Praising the Rich and Sacrificing the Future of America. His forthcoming book, White LIES Matter: Race, Crime and the Politics of Fear in America, will be released in 2018. His essays have appeared on Alternet, Salon, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, Black Commentator, BK Nation, Z Magazine and The Root, which recently named Wise one of the “8 Wokest White People We Know.” Wise has been featured in several documentaries, including “The Great White Hoax: Donald Trump and the Politics of Race and Class in America,” and “White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America,” both from the Media Education Foundation. He also appeared alongside legendary scholar and activist, Angela Davis, in the 2011 documentary, “Vocabulary of Change.” In this public dialogue between the two activists, Davis and Wise discussed the connections between issues of race, class, gender, sexuality and militarism, as well as inter-generational movement building and the prospects for social change. Wise is also one of five persons—including President Barack Obama—interviewed for a video exhibition on race relations in America, featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. Additionally, his media presence includes dozens of appearances on CNN, MSNBC and NPR, feature interviews on ABC's 20/20 and CBS's 48 Hours, as well as videos posted on YouTube, Facebook and other social media platforms that have received over 20 million views. His podcast, “Speak Out with Tim Wise,” launched this fall and features weekly interviews with activists, scholars and artists about movement building and strategies for social change. Wise graduated from Tulane University in 1990 and received antiracism training from the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, in New Orleans. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
Everyone wants to be liked and this can lead to being someone who always says yes when others ask for something When you are someone who says yes all the time you are effectively self-sabotaging yourself and it's vital as a mother to be intentional about self-love and empower both yourself and others. Listen in and hear great advice on how to be empowered and tap into your superpowers KEY TAKEAWAYS We want people to think well of us so we say yes People's opinions of you are none of your business When you keep sabotaging yourself you are short-changing yourself and your children Your children see you and think it's the way to be with others When children feel they need to be good they will not be empowered Be intentional about self-love you are empowering yourself to empower others Find space and time to be you throughout your day BEST MOMENTS ‘I like to think about myself as a recovering chronic people pleaser' ‘It liberated me from wanting to please everyone all of the time' ‘Empowering yourself is empowering others' VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.drdunni.com/show Link to: www.drdunni.club ABOUT THE HOST Your host Dr Dunni is the mum empowerment coach, Family doctor, International speaker, Best-selling author of the book ‘Every Mum is a super mum' and a mum herself who is passionate about health and wellbeing. She is proficient in using natural, scientific, and medical wellbeing concepts to explain in simple terms practical ways and strategies to avoid ill health and promote overall well-being of body, mind, soul, and spirit. This is made available by the provision of online courses, books, coaching and regular events where wellbeing strategies and tactics are shared to enhance holistic wellbeing. Learn more at https://www.drdunni.com CONTACT METHOD firstname.lastname@example.org Ig- https://www.instagram.com/druwa.lifecoach/ YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9C1oJwHyISEuqiX8USaYKg CH- https://www.clubhouse.com/@drdunni-druwa FB- https://www.facebook.com/druwaacademy Twitter- https://twitter.com/Druwa8 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's Startup Therapy Podcast, Wil and Ryan discuss why health is an important asset for founders. Sacrifices are often necessary for every business - less time with family, skipping meals, not taking breaks, constantly working overtime and not getting paid enough, etc. In the early stage of the business, these types of sacrifices are ‘deemed' essential and expected. Years later, stress and anxiety will eat you up and you'll probably be dealing with a failing body. Yes, sacrifices are necessary but not in exchange for your health.Sign up for the Startups Newsletterhttps://www.startups.com/newsletterResources: Startup Therapy Podcast https://www.startups.com/begin Join our Network of Top Founders Check in with us on LinkedIn | Wil Schroter | Ryan Rutan What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 00:16 When do we stop destroying ourselves for our Startup? 07:52 Wearing yourself out without measurable return 16:40 When we feel like we have to make these sacrifices 22:45 Top performers take their health seriously
Revs Jamie Franklin and Thomas Pelham are back discussing news and current events from a Christian perspective. This week: Gary Lineker: ethnic minority or pasty-faced white man? You decide. Also in the news, Jordan Peterson savages the sacrifice of children on the altar of a brutal far-left ideology (ouch!), academic Tim Hayward is investigated by the British government for tweeting that there are two sides to the story of the Ukraine-Russia war and the Federal Drug Administration approves vaccines for six month old babies. We also answer a question about giving to your parish church. All that and much, much more including cultural commentary, films, television and Tom Pelham's in-depth review of his trip to an industrial museum in this week's episode of Irreverend! Our Scripture this week is taken from Psalm 46: 'God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.' A good thing to remember in febrile times.Notices:Please sign and share the petition 'Do not require parents to register home educated children with local authorities': https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/617340Thanks to our Patreon sponsors! Support us from £1.50 plus VAT per month: https://patreon.com/irreverendThursday Circles: http://thursdaycircle.comJamie's Good Things Substack Blog/Newsletter: https://jamiefranklin.substack.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/IrreverendPodTelegram: https://t.me/irreverendpodEmail: email@example.comAudio Podcast: https://irreverend.buzzsprout.comVideos on Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/IrreverendVideos on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@irreverend:5Links:Gary Lineker suffers racist abuseJordan Peterson: We are Sacrificing our Children at the Altar of a Brutal Far-Left IdeologyI used to be Transphobic. Now I'm an allyFDA unanimously approves covid vaccine for 0-4 years and commentary from The Epoch TimesAcademic Tim Hayward investigated by British government for “dangerous” tweetingSupport the show
Never in my life did I expect one simple question to rattle my soul so much! In this episode I share my vulnerability in how even thou I've done all the course, had all the mentors I still can get in the stuck mentality and sabotage myself within my brand. Sharing the stages I worked through and what magic I will bring (secret project) to life in the coming episodes of this podcast. As discussed in this episode:INSIGHT TIMER - The link to my profile where you can have free access to all my JUICY meditations. FUNKY TOWN EPISODE - Are you in ‘FUNKY TOWN?' This is the episode where I share the ways I shift stagnant energy and what I do. Light legends, come join us! My 12 month container where we do woo woo differently! THE ULTIMATE : Join the email fam here (yes, you'll actually want to read them), PURE FIRE! https://www.thegypsymumma.comDid we just become friends? Let's connect and make it official:INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/iamkelleywebb (new account) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thegypsy.mummaIt's a vibe! And as always big love magical souls! P.S Feel free to write a review anytime, that shit lights up my soul!HOST: Kelley Webb @thegypsy.mummaTo shop courses visit: My WebsiteIf you love what you hear feel free to check out more of my socials:https://facebook.com/thegypsy.mummahttps://Instagram/thegypsy.mummahttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpNY1whpZFTGfCJejyw9P6Q
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How many cats have been immortalized in poetry that we are still reading a millenium later? At least one, Mr. Five White. Here, we stand with Mei Yaochen as he gives Mr. Five White the appropriate send off after his death.
Plenty of research talks about how a parent's interaction with their child will affect that child's future. It's called attachment theory, which boils down to the consistency and the quality of a parent's interaction with their child. The research shows there are four primary outcomes in attachment theory, but the only positive one is secure attachment. Secure attachment means that the child will believe that mom and dad will always be there when they need them.There are seven characteristics of strong families, the most important being quantity of time, not quality. The question is, what is most important to you? Financial stability is vital for any family, but is there a way to balance your work and family life?
What do you do if you and your partner don't have a baseline (a place of ease and security to which you can return post-conflict)? Have you ever felt you've ‘given up everything' for a partner? Do you and your partner have shared values? Have you made a fierce, deep commitment to one another? Jayson and Ellen tackle some of your questions in this AMA episode, drawing on their knowledge and experiences of ups, downs, and reconnects that go hand in hand with long-term relationships. Useful Links: https://relationshipschool.com/relationshipmastery/ https://relationshipschool.com/getcoachingnow https://www.gettingtozerobook.com
It feels like we need to constantly be growing and producing something new or else we risk looking like a failure, or that we lack ambition. The idea that we always need to be expanding and taking on new things is a flawed one that often submarines our chance at finding fulfill ent fro what we do. Today on Shift Break we will be talking about how sometimes we need to sacrifice productivity for the sake of our health and why appropriate growth is better than constant growth. Related episodes: Doing What You Want -vs- Doing What is Needed Scaling Values Slowing down your Response Time Grass Roots Improvement: Tapping into the power of your staffs observations and ideas Accurate Reflection : A very important end of year challenge and encouragement to the Keys to the Shop community The best espresso machines in the world! www.lamarzoccousa.com Custom branded mobile apps for your shop! www.espressly.co
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We constantly make sacrifices, some of which a lot of people wouldn't make or wouldn't understand. We sacrifice money, time, energy, friendships, fun. If you have big goals and you want to achieve things beyond your wildest dreams, sometimes you have to sacrifice. However, this doesn't mean that you need to suffer. What You Will Learn in This Episode: - Sacrificing is a conscious decision to give something of value for the sake of another consideration - How to accept that it's okay to say no even though it's hard, but in the long term it pays off - Constantly remembering why you are doing what you're doing - How to get used to having JOMO (Joy of missing out) rather than FOMO (Fear of missing out) So many entrepreneurs are sacrificing every single day. Make sure that you are sacrificing the right things for the right reasons and you will get to your goal a lot sooner. Resources: - $1000 in 7 Days Free Challenge https://go.jojograham.com/optin1644181307423 - My website https://jojograham.com/ - The Simple Business Growth Incubator https://jojograham.com/work-with-me/ - Find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JoJoGrahamSimpleBusinessMentor/
Learn how to create a passive income stream and achieve financial freedom with our guest, Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D. Vasu is a board-certified ENT surgeon and successful real estate investor. In this episode, he tells us how he uses a meticulous and methodical approach both to surgery and real estate. He also discusses how he and his team at Apta Properties were able to build a track record of over $700 million worth of multifamily investments. With over 16 years of experience in investing, managing, and developing successful commercial real estate, Vasu is passionate about helping fellow medical professionals and high-wage earners make their money work for them. [00:01 - 08:45] Slow, Methodical, and One Step at a Time Vasu on his medical background Realizing that even though they have a lot of income, they don't have a lot of freedom Deploying your income in a meaningful way How time blocking to help him prioritize Transitioning from single-family to commercial real estate [08:46 - 15:43] Making the Least Amount of Mistakes Building a world-class team What they are doing to prepare for the future The importance of demographic trends How they deleverage but still remain competitive Sacrificing yield but preserving capital [15:44 - 18:05] The Rewards of Real Estate Real estate allows you to be better at everything else you want to do in life [18:06 - 19:55] Closing Segment Reach out to Vasu! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “One step at a time. The way you climb a mountain is one step at a time, right? I made it a mission to just get better every day and knowing that it would take time.” - Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D. “If you're not methodical about how you do things, you can get yourself in trouble really quick. And the same thing goes with real estate investing.” - Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D. “Just have goals, 30-day goals, and make two-millimeter shifts in your mindset. Take action but take action in a guarded way.” - Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Vasu! Follow him on LinkedIn and visit the Apta Properties website. Resources Mentioned: Jim Collins Ken McElroy Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Real estate allows you to be better at everything else you want to do in life. And especially for surgeons, there's a lot of negativity right now in medicine, about a lot of negative secular trends in medicine with, you know, declining reimbursements, increased expenses and corporatization of medicine, suits getting in medicine and et cetera, et cetera. And if you don't need your medicine income, because you've got passive income to cover your monthly expenses, all of those things become less painful for you. You become a better clinician, better surgeon and better doctor at which I think is better for the community. [00:00:43] Sam Wilson: Vasu Kakarlapudi is an experienced ear, nose, and throat surgeon who applies his meticulous surgical precision to his real estate entrepreneurial endeavors. Welcome to the show. [00:00:52] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: You're welcome. Thank you, Sam. [00:00:55] Sam Wilson: Hey, the pleasure's mine. Same three questions. I ask every guest who comes on the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:01:03] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Yeah. So, sam, I grew up in Kansas City, a son of Indian immigrant parents and like a lot of other young boys at that time in the mid-eighties the Kansas City Royals were big. So I wanted to be a professional baseball player. Tried out for the high school team and quickly realized my talent wasn't going to support my dream. So I had to switch to textbooks and like, a lot of other good Indian kids who did good in school, went into medicine and got into a combined program, six year program with the University of Missouri, Kansas city. [00:01:28] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: There, I really kind of fell in love with meticulous nature of head, neck, ear, nose, and throat surgery. Went to residency at the University of Maryland. And so, subsequently my wife and I started our careers together in Louisville, Kentucky in the greater Southern Indiana, new Albany, Indiana, a suburb of Louisville, Kentucky. [00:01:45] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And we quickly realized, my wife's a dentist and we quickly realized that although we had a lot of income, we didn't have a lot of freedom. And so I looked around to kind of see who were the guys that were actually happy in medicine and who were practicing medicine for the fun of medicine. And most of them had passive income. [00:02:01] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And a lot of them receive their passive income from real estate. So being the curious guy that I am, I investigated and found people who were doing real estate and figured out kind of how they did things and figured out how I could apply those principles to my own real estate investing career. [00:02:16] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: So, so fast forward, I'm now 47 and practiced medicine on my own terms due to the financial freedom that real estate has afforded. And so through various real estate endeavors, over the period of time, I've had friends and family that have joined us and now I help other colleagues across the country to get involved in real estate. [00:02:33] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's such a big void is in the, you know, high-income earning professional space. It's amazing. How few have that, that understanding of passive income. I mean, I hear on this show all the time, just like, oh yeah, that was a thought that came to us, you know, 10 years out of school. They're like, wait, we gotta figure out another way to do this. Cause we're burning out here. The two things you've mentioned there that you saw in the colleagues that you looked up to, or that were maybe ahead of you in their real estate investing journey was they had income and freedom. It takes a lot of dry powder to develop a meaningful cash flow stream is my, it would be my assumption or analysis in, you know, a meaningful income off of passive real estate investing. Can you walk us through the journey for you? Maybe where, because I mean, once we get to things in this, in this business, right, we get income and then we also get the appreciation, play. What's been kind of your strategy on that front for handling the income side of that? [00:03:28] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Well, I mean, the first thing is you have to have income. And so fortunately as physicians, we're blessed with a relatively high income. And so then the question is how do you deploy that in a meaningful way? A lot of your listeners probably know real estate is a really a way to grow wealth slowly, but it's kinda like a, you know, Jim Collins, I like to read and I'm sure a lot of your readers probably read a lot of Jim Collins works and he talks about the flywheel. [00:03:51] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And it takes some momentum for you to start building the flywheel, but after a period of time, once that flywheel starts going, it's hard to stop. What if you leverage your income initially, and then continue to scale that and let your appreciation, you mentioned appreciation and let your appreciation generate even more income for you. [00:04:08] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: It's time where, you know, you're essentially your passive income can exceed your monthly expenses. And therefore that's kind of, our definition of freedom is, is, you know, passive income greater than your monthly expenses. So it doesn't happen overnight, like most good things in life. But if persistence and patience and humility and always wanting to learn, it's kind of a surefire path to, to get to financial freedom. [00:04:33] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. I liked the idea that this is a slow, a get rich slowly game 'cause it, it certainly is. And there, there are some big licks that you can get along the way, but it's certainly not the ones that produce that predictability inside the space that I think so many of us are looking for. [00:04:48] Sam Wilson: How have you scaled your business? You're still a full-time ENT or a part-time ENT. I don't know how that quite works out in your field, but how have you scaled those two at the same time? [00:05:00] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Yeah. Fortunately, we're in a big group, so I've got 14 partners that help me leverage my time a little bit better, so I can spend more time on some real estate endeavors. [00:05:09] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: It's really a matter of just prioritization and you know, you can do a lot of things if you really just prioritize your time. So it's, you know, as physicians, we're used to working long, hard hours and it's part of the training. It's part of the process to get to be a, ear, nose, and throat surgeon. [00:05:24] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: So, so really, it's just a matter of, you know, when you have blocked time for being a physician, you're a physician. And when you have blocked time for doing real estate, you do real estate and you don't intermix. And so like today is a, is a real estate day for me. So I'm working, working from home and working on real estate. [00:05:39] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And I don't have any clinical responsibilities yesterday. I was a physician. I didn't have any real estate responsibility. So it's really about blocking time. [00:05:46] Sam Wilson: Right, yeah. I think that's a great, I mean, that's something we all struggle with is where to focus. But, you know, being able to do one and the next certainly is key. [00:05:54] Sam Wilson: What's it been like? You know, you started off as a passive investor, is that right? [00:05:57] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Well, I actually start off as an active investor and in single-family, like most people 17 years ago, and quickly realized that couldn't scale that way and had a lot of you know, toilets and termites and 2:00 AM phone calls. [00:06:09] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And we were, we realized that I could scale a lot easier with commercial real estate. You know, I was fortunate enough to have some significant amount of mentors that helped me. And I've, you know, basically followed them, get my real-life PhD and how they vet deals, how they finance deals, how they put deals together and the entire sales cycle and how they optimize and liquidate those deals. [00:06:29] Sam Wilson: So you worked alongside mentors that were bringing deals to the table and they said, Hey, help us take this down. You know, you guys can kind of do the Co-GP model. And then you went out and said, Hey, I'm gonna do this on your own. This is not a game. I'm calling it a game. This is not an industry where it's easy to break into, I don't think. I mean, it's something where, especially if you're doing large multifamily projects or whatever asset class, which we'll ask that next, but that you guys are into. [00:06:55] Sam Wilson: I mean, it takes time to build a team, to build momentum, to find the right assets, to underwrite them, to, to kind of get all those skillsets. How did you do that? [00:07:02] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: One step at a time, the way you climb a mountain is one step at a time, right? I made it a mission to just get better every day and knowing that it would take time. So, you know, I've been at this for again 17 years, so this didn't happen overnight. You know, the first thing I did was I read, listen to podcasts, and found mentors and followed them on deals. I, you know, did a lot of work before I dip my toes into the real estate world, because I think the surgeons, you know, we're, we're pretty risk-averse. We're used to following a pattern. That's the way we were trained is we go from one landmark to another landmark. And you do that in a very methodical risk-averse way to protect our patients. You know, you were mentioning just before that you, if you don't mind me saying that you just had some surgery and that's what I do. [00:07:45] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And sinus surgery is very, very delicate. It's, you know, you're right in between the brain, the eye, the smell centers. You've got a lot of very important structures. So if you're not methodical about how you do things, you can get yourself in trouble really quick. And the same thing goes with real estate investing. [00:08:00] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: If you're not very methodical and scientific about how you approach things. So this is not a place where you just, you'd listened to a podcast from Sam, and then the next thing you know, you, you go take down a multifamily unit complex. It just doesn't happen that way. So slow and methodical, one step at a time and just have goals, 30 day goals and make two millimeter shifts in your mindset. And take action but take action in a guarded way where you can you know, work with a team of people who have done what you have done. And if you're humble and curious, and a lot of times, those folks want to help you. And that certainly the case in my situation where mentors wanted to help me. [00:08:36] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And so I took advantage of that and really you know, was, was humble and curious and learned along the way and was able to finally take some action one step at a time. [00:08:45] Sam Wilson: What does finding opportunity look like for you today? [00:08:49] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Well, finding opportunity is really building a team. You mentioned plenty of times in your podcast about, you know, real estate is a team sport. [00:08:56] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And I couldn't agree with that more so on our team. You know, it's not just me because I knew that if I was, again, I really kind of just started off with trying to invest my own capital. And friends and family wanted to invest along with us because we've had success. And so in order for me to really kind of continue to raise capital for my friends and family's investments, I knew I had to build a world-class team. [00:09:16] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: So we have a team of, you know, world-class underwriters you know, property managers, asset managers, and acquisitions folks and disposition folks that really help us do this in the most effective way. So we got domain experts in each of the areas of the real estate cycle. [00:09:32] Sam Wilson: Now, each of these individual, kinds of seats on the bus, are they all specific to your team or is it this kind of shifting team framework that we kind of see in some of these deals where it's like, okay, Hey, I'm going to work with Vasu on this. And then the next time you might see that same person working with somebody else on another deal, or is it, Hey, this is all your guys's in-house team? [00:09:50] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: No, I'm teamed up with one group. We are Co-GPs. So our entity is called Apta Properties and Apta Properties is teamed with 37 parallel properties out of Richmond, Virginia. They've established shop that's been friends and business partners of mine for many, many years. And you know, combined we've done over $800 million worth of acquisitions that's been successful in the '08, '07 crisis, the European debt crisis, COVID pandemic. So, we've got a very seasoned, established team that has, you know, we follow very, very, very conservative. I know it's used a lot, but conservative underwriting that has stood various economic cycles and still been profitable. [00:10:26] Sam Wilson: Yeah. If you, if you've made it through '08, you know, with your shirt's still on and, you know, you look, you said, you mentioned a few other calamities that, that we've endured. If you've made it through those cycles and you came out still smelling good then, yeah, you've seen some things. You've seen some things, I guess, on that front, you know, there's a question that I'm commonly asking right now, what are you guys doing right now to prepare yourself for whatever it is that could be coming next? Correction, a downturn, a bull market, whatever it is you guys see? What are you doing to prepare for the future? [00:10:56] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: So I think it really comes down to studying demographics. So we're trained as surgeons to be very, very scientific and you'd practice, you know, evidence-based medicine is a buzzword that's used a lot. And so in the real estate world, it's really studying demographic trends because demographic trends are long-term trends as you know, Sam. And so we know kind of, you know, where people are moving in the next 25-30 years. You know, what age group? What their household income might look like? What their psychographic preferences might look like? And so we can study, you know, on large scale metropolitan statistical areas that are poised for growth. And we break that down to submarkets. And so on you know, before you even actually look at a deal we spend a lot of time as demographers kind of looking at where we want to go before we actually look at the deal because we certainly don't want to get observation bias into a deal and fall in love with the deal in a bad submarket and a bad MSA. [00:11:46] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And then get caught with our pants down. So it starts with that. And then, you know, we dive down deeper into the submarket, the asset-specific location. And then in terms of underwriting, you know, we're relatively very low leverage. So I think one of the things that a lot of people are doing right now is they're banking on, you know, 10, 15, 20% rent growth, and they're baking that into their underwriting and, and we're not. They're over-levering themselves. The interest rates are low. And so, you know, you're going to 80, 80% loan to value. And they're, they're getting some supplementals on top of that. We're in the sixties in the high fifties or sixties. [00:12:19] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: So that does sacrifice our yield a little bit, but we want to be the players that are going to be as Ken McElroy says, when the tide recedes, you'll get to see who's naked. And we want to have our shorts on when the tide recedes, so our underwriting, our assumptions, our conservative leverage and picking the right market. So I think if you had to pick three things, those are the three things that we really try to excel at. [00:12:38] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I love, I love that. I love the idea of, of deleveraging. I mean, leverage is a beautiful thing, but it cuts both ways. I mean, it really does. And that's something that yeah, it's exciting when I hear people saying things such as, Hey, you know what? [00:12:53] Sam Wilson: We're going to take some risk off the table. We're taking, we're pulling back leverage and your yield is going to take a hit because of it. Sorry, but it's just what we're doing. And this is, this is the way we see the path moving forward. How do you guys do it? But the key question here is how do you guys deleverage and yet still remain competitive on the buy-side? [00:13:11] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Yeah. So I think a lot of that becomes, you know, who's the biggest player, who's the biggest investor in a deal? It's the lender. And so we have very good relationships with lenders that were able to get money for debt for exceedingly low rates, almost an obscene rates. With inflation the way it is, I almost feel guilty getting you know, 60% loan to value on the, on the kind of rates that we're getting. We're buying rate caps to insulate ourselves as well. So it all comes down to the team. So, you know, the lenders, our shop as being very, very low risk. And so they're pricing their lending equivalent to the risk profile. And so we're able to, you know, pay that forward to our investor group of which, I should add though, that every investment that we raise capital for, I'm the largest investor in there. [00:13:53] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Their dollars are invested with my dollars and are my partners dollars. And our dollars are treated no differently. So we've got so much skin in the game beyond just our reputation. We have financial skin in the game as well. So to answer your question, how are you able to get, still get yield is a lot of it's based upon your reputation. [00:14:10] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And we're, you know, acquiring assets in the, you know, 50 to $80 million range. So there's a little bit less competition in that space and lending is better. And the risk is lower because you've got better economies of scale. You get the, you know, the high quality property managers. And so we are still able to get, you know, reasonable yield and still get overall double-digit returns, even if rent gross stabilizes to historical norms. [00:14:35] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And if they continue with the way they've been done right now, we'll, we'll do better, but we're still gonna make money, even if we have a major recession. [00:14:42] Sam Wilson: The key there that you, just to reiterate it is that you're able to get far more favorable terms from your lender, just because they say, oh wait, you're only putting 60% LTV on this. [00:14:52] Sam Wilson: You know, we're going to give you a great, great term sheet on this because it's a risk, a very risk not risk-free, but a risk reduced play for them. [00:15:00] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Yeah. You see a lot of bridge debt now with CapEx and so forth, and we don't even, we raise all the CapEx on the front end. [00:15:06] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: So, you know, I mentioned our loan to value is 60%. Our loan to cost is in the fifties because you know, yes, we're sacrificing yield, but our, our primary goal is capital preservation. If you follow the science, the greatest athletes in the world are not the ones who played the best, but the ones who made the least amount of mistakes. [00:15:23] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Yeah. So, you know, we want to make the least amount of mistakes. [00:15:25] Sam Wilson: That, I like that. I hadn't, I hadn't heard that before, but that's a, that's certainly true. I play, I play a sport every Monday night with a group of guys and the only thing that always run through my head is all I got to do is not screw up. [00:15:36] Sam Wilson: Right. And then let the other guys make the mistakes and we will win by default. So that's funny, certainly that you say. That what's it been like? What's been the journey like for you in bringing other doctors and other high-income earners along for the journey that have been kind of rewarding in the sense that it's like, you just see the light bulb come on for them? [00:15:54] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: I can't tell you how rewarding it's been. So, you know, everything I've done, I beta tested on myself before I brought this out to the rest of the world and my friends and family. So, as I found financial freedom, you know, I have devoted more time to my family, I've devoted more time to my interest. [00:16:11] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: I've devoted more time to charity. I get to do the things that I want to do because of the power that real estate, the fruits of real estate. And so, I feel like I'm a much better physician now than I ever was before, because I'm not playing the volume game. I'm not under any pressure 'cause I don't need the paycheck from my day job as a doctor. I found that I'm much more empathetic and caring to patients, which as, you know, as a, as a patient yourself, that's as important as the science. I always have the science, but now I'm learning some of the softer sides of how to really connect with patients. [00:16:40] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And so that's the power that real estate has done for me. I've been able to spend time with family. More time with my kids. I've got we've got a 13-year-old and a 10-year-old. And right now they still like mom and dad and want to take advantage of that as much as we can and have been able to, you know, support the charitable causes of, you know, everyone's got their own charitable cause. And for us, it's underprivileged kids that don't get a fair shake in life. And so we've been able to use a lot of the real estate earnings and practice earnings to divert that into causes that we'd like to. So the long story. Real estate allows you to be better at everything else you want to do in life. [00:17:13] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: And especially for surgeons, there's a lot of negativity right now in medicine, about a lot of negative secular trends in medicine with, you know, declining reimbursements, increased expenses and corporatization of medicine, suits getting in medicine and et cetera, et cetera. And if you don't need your medicine income, because you've got passive income to cover your monthly expenses, all of those things become less painful for you. You become a better clinician, better surgeon and better doctor at which I think is better for the community. You as a patient, you know, would probably want your doctor who wants to work on you because of their passion for their craft, as opposed to having to pay their kids' private school tuition, you know? [00:17:51] Sam Wilson: You're exactly right. You're exactly right. And I hadn't, hadn't quite ever thought about that. But no, you're right. If I had to pick, I'd pick the physician that's in your shoes, not, not the guy that, that has to hustle, hustle it out, you know, getting patients through as fast as he can in order to, in order to meet his, his income requirements. So that's absolutely fascinating. Vasu, I have really enjoyed our conversation today. Thanks for taking the time to break down your business. The things that you've learned along the way, what real estate has done for you, and of course, how you were helping other physicians really learn and follow in your footsteps. [00:18:19] Sam Wilson: I think it's absolutely cool. And also love certainly the way that you have chosen to give back. I think that's absolutely fantastic. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you and what you do, what is the best way to do that? [00:18:30] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Yeah, it's been my pleasure, Sam. Our entities called Apta properties. We're on the web and my LinkedIn profile is just Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D. on LinkedIn. [00:18:38] Sam Wilson: Awesome. And we'll be sure to put those links in the show notes. Vasu, thank you again. I certainly appreciate it. [00:18:43] Vasu Kakarlapudi M.D.: Thank you, Sam.
In this episode, our guest is Ryan Blair. He is a father, husband, and business leader who was able to navigate craziness into impacting millions of lives. He has successfully created something that impacted millions of lives not just from the aspect of the business but from the heart. He is now in the direction of taking what he has experienced, and what he has learned and bringing it to the world of entrepreneurship and humanity. [3:10] Why should we listen to you? I speak from love and when I talk to people, I do it with love. Love is my energy. My energy is love and so when I speak to people, I speak with love. [5:26] What is the story that progressed you to the level that you are right now? I grew up in a household with low vibration. I had a difficult childhood, growing up in an atmosphere where my basic needs were not provided. I last saw my father when I was 13 years old. My mother struggled with alcoholism. I was dissatisfied, but I eventually channeled my urge to be powerful into a street brawl. I was imprisoned for four years. I wrote the judge a letter appealing for mercy when I was 17 years old. The court signed the letter, I was freed, and that was the start of a new progression in my life. [7:38] What was the reason why you wrote the letter? I wasn't a good writer, and I had a hard time spelling, but I was determined to speak with the judge. What I told him was that I accepted responsibility for my mistakes and expressed regret, as well as writing to the judge pleading with him to release the other convicts out of love. He read the letter and agreed to let me go to college, but cautioned me that if he saw me again, I would be sent to prison. I had to adjust my entire life at that time. [9:44] What was the moment you decide to venture into entrepreneurship? I was assigned to a mentor who was a successful entrepreneur. My father came from a working-class family. All three classes had been seen by me. The poor, the wealthy, and the middle class, which was where I started. I made the decision to become an entrepreneur at one time. I understood I didn't need to be a lawyer or a doctor before I can employ others. [11:40] How was your first business and what are some of the things that made you successful later on? My first business wasn't very successful but it taught me a lot. I got it to about a million dollars but it wasn't a scalable business. I was into computer repairs but nobody was ready to invest because it was not scalable. I was so pissed off that I swore to learn what scalability is all about so that one day a venture capitalist will invest in me. My next business was skpe pipeline which failed and I had to start all over again [13:40] Where did the idea for visuals come from and how did you grow it to be such a conglomo impactful business? Sky Pipeline cut the two founders of vice house and nick started calling. Black mullen asked I'd love to help them build their business. I fell in love with the research guy named Dr Michael Seidman and his products and I thought to myself that I could be a part of this project and help them bring it to the marketplace. I brought a venture capitalist and we raised 100 million dollars for the business. We then turned it into a 600 million dollar business. I must say that I was a strategic and conditional partner more than the others. They possessed strong fields in marketing and sales and the combination of all of us is what made that company a special company. [16:23] With this new venture, why was it the next call for you? I went through a major correction in my life. I lost my mother and mentor to the cold hands of death. I channeled all of my energy into success and status-seeking which was a great strategy to get my mind off the pain that I was suffering from. My mother's transition made me look into the corner of my soul, shadow, and psyche, and I looked for every piece of anger, and unhealed trauma. I spent two years of my life reemerging with some new wisdom and a new way of life to share with my fellow entrepreneurs. I went deeper into meditation, and psychology and when I emerged I found out that I could help a lot of people with this newfound knowledge that I've received. [20:40] As you navigate, what do you see are some of the pitfalls that as your work kind of dials in that you're uncovering that most people do not realize they are battling with on this journey? The majority of individuals are unaware that they have a lot of hearing to do. You know, the way most of us were raised didn't meet our needs• We may have had excellent parents, but in many cases, our parents didn't know any different because parenting as a whole is still a relatively new idea. Most people have closed their hearts so the formula I use is to help them heal. I go deep into their healing, they grow through healing and when they grow, they have to heal again. I will tell you that an entrepreneur's job is to solve a problem in the external marketplace and the way you solve that external problem is by solving the internal problems on the inside of your walls. [23:25] How do you reach the people who need it but don't know they need it yet? I resisted it and then my life got to a point where I was open. So, I need someone who is open when they go through a life change. The good news is that we are always going through life changes as individuals so those are the primary people that I work with. Like we always say, execution is everything. Most people I find that have a high degree of confidence know what to do but not how to do it because something inside of them is sabotaging their capacity. So we have to make them realize that it is not the skill that is the issue, it is the fact that they've not developed a vessel capable of acquiring the skill. [28:27] How do people not ruin their lives as they start executing? Your primary job in life is to manage and maintain the highest degree of positive energy that you can. I have to make sure that the energy that I bring to my time is the highest quality energy that I can. Money handles itself because if you have the energy to correct and bring it to the table. [37:50] What promise did God make to the world when he created you? I am here to inspire. So God said, "This is my son, Ryan and he's going to go through hell and back and he's going to create quite a story of inspiration along the way". Key Quotes [24: 20_24:25] Execution like we always say is everything. Every great leader will tell you that what you look [26:40_26:45] Capacity is a person's physical, and mental ability to power, and produce productivity to the operator How to connect with Ryan Blair Website - https://altercall.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/realryanblair/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/RyanBlair
The results are in: Women are sick and tired of leadership training that is pink and too fluffy. They are over the cookie-cutter training filled with presentations they could just Google for free! Today's topic is a BIG one for many serious female leaders! In fact, one of our very own biggest pet peeves (at RAYMA Team) when it comes to typical women's leadership training is this: Swag bags and over the top decorations. You do not see this type of stuff at regular leadership trainings where the audience is 80% men and 20% women! So WHY do we bring in the Girl Power Toxic Positivity and Fluff when the audience is 100% women?! If women want leadership training that is gender-friendly, then the women planning women-focused leadership trainings and events need to be aware that the swag bags, the over the top decorations, the fluff - it all has got to GO! INSIDE THIS EPISODE OF THE FEARLESS FEMININE LEADERSHIP PODCAST YOU'LL LEARN: The problem that focusing your energy on these superficial things creates. What women from around the world have told us they want in leadership training for women. One way to start gaining control of your own leadership training as a woman. ***** Enjoyed this episode? We'd love to feature you! Take a screenshot and share it with us on Instagram. Be sure to tag us - @raymateam - so we can share your AH-HA moments on our IG stories. (Also, be sure to leave a review on iTunes or Spotify.) ***** MUST HAVE LINKS & RESOURCES: Ready to step into Fearless Feminine Leadership? Join the 3-Day Experience at https://www.raymateam.com/fearlessfeminineleadership. Listen to more podcast episodes here. Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/raymateam/.
What do you really want at the end? What are you willing to give up? In order to go to the next level you have to be real with yourself. On this episode Shawn revisits his interview with Amanda Meixner Rocchio also known as @Meowmeix. She is a Nutrition Guru known for her food facts, health tips, and meal plans that has gained her over 1.5 million followers on instagram. They will be discussing the following:⭐️ Aligning your values⭐️ Sacrificing for end goals ⭐️ Being ok if what you want happens later& so much moreTo connect with Amanda visit her Instagram here:https://instagram.com/meowmeix?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=To listen to full episode 39 with Amanda click here https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/schools-over-now-what/id1405269030?i=1000430375234Grab my new ebook Podcast Secrets Revealed here
Open Forum — We started by discussing that God may ask you to sacrifice your career for you calling. We then moved on to discussing sowing seeds into other people and businesses for a harvest in your business. We also discussed questions about marketing, advertising, pivoting, and possibly stopping a business. Links — CFE Atlanta, Bible Study, Open Forums, Online Community, Partnership
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, “A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,” is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators. He has spent the past 25 years speaking to audiences in all 50 states, on over 1000 college and high school campuses, at hundreds of professional and academic conferences, and to community groups across the nation. He has also lectured internationally in Canada and Bermuda, and has trained corporate, government, law enforcement and medical industry professionals on methods for dismantling racism in their institutions. Wise's antiracism work traces back to his days as a college activist in the 1980s, fighting for divestment from (and economic sanctions against) apartheid South Africa. After graduation, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combatting poverty and economic inequity. He has served as an adjunct professor at the Smith College School of Social Work, in Northampton, MA., and from 1999-2003 was an advisor to the Fisk University Race Relations Institute in Nashville, TN. Wise is the author of seven books, including his highly-acclaimed memoir, White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son, as well as Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority, and Under the Affluence: Shaming the Poor, Praising the Rich and Sacrificing the Future of America. His forthcoming book, White LIES Matter: Race, Crime and the Politics of Fear in America, will be released in 2018. His essays have appeared on Alternet, Salon, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, Black Commentator, BK Nation, Z Magazine and The Root, which recently named Wise one of the “8 Wokest White People We Know.” Wise has been featured in several documentaries, including “The Great White Hoax: Donald Trump and the Politics of Race and Class in America,” and “White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America,” both from the Media Education Foundation. He also appeared alongside legendary scholar and activist, Angela Davis, in the 2011 documentary, “Vocabulary of Change.” In this public dialogue between the two activists, Davis and Wise discussed the connections between issues of race, class, gender, sexuality and militarism, as well as inter-generational movement building and the prospects for social change. Wise is also one of five persons—including President Barack Obama—interviewed for a video exhibition on race relations in America, featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. Additionally, his media presence includes dozens of appearances on CNN, MSNBC and NPR, feature interviews on ABC's 20/20 and CBS's 48 Hours, as well as videos posted on YouTube, Facebook and other social media platforms that have received over 20 million views. His podcast, “Speak Out with Tim Wise,” launched this fall and features weekly interviews with activists, scholars and artists about movement building and strategies for social change. Wise graduated from Tulane University in 1990 and received antiracism training from the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, in New Orleans. Ryan Busse is a former firearms executive who helped build one of the world's most iconic gun companies, and was nominated multiple times by industry colleagues for the prestigious Shooting Industry Person of The Year Award. Busse is an environmental advocate who served in many leadership roles for conservation organizations, including as an advisor for the United States Senate Sportsmen's Caucus and the Biden Presidential Campaign. He remains a proud outdoorsman, gun owner, father, and resident of Montana. About the book.... A long-time former executive at one of the country's top gun manufacturers reveals how his industry radicalized a large swathe of America, and explains how it must change before we can reduce gun violence and heal as a nation. Ryan Busse has traveled a long, circuitous path along the American gun journey. As an avid hunter, outdoorsman, and conservationist–all things that the firearms industry was built on–he rose to the highest ranks of the rapidly growing, multibillion-dollar firearms industry. But replacing self-imposed decency with rampant fear-mongering, racism, hardline conservative politics, massive profits from semi-automatic weapons sales, and McCarthyesque policing have driven Busse to do something few other gun executives have done: he's ending his 30-year career in the industry to tell its secrets. He watched the industry change from its smaller, less corporate and far-less-powerful form to the partisan, power-hungry entity it is today. He thought he could go up against the power of the industry from within, and over the years had made small inroads toward sensible gun ownership and use. But that's simply not possible anymore. This book is an insider's call-out, a voice-driven tale of personal transformation, and a fast ride through wild times and colorful characters that populate a much-speculated-about, but little-known industry. It's also a story of how authoritarianism spreads in the guise of freedom, how voicing one's conscience becomes an act of treason in a culture that demands sameness and loyalty. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Follow and Support Gareth Sever Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
This conversation was recorded on May 9, 2022. Pierre Poilievre, a life-long conservative, is running to be the Prime Minister of Canada. Pierre has served as a trusted senior cabinet minister in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government and has served as a Member of Parliament for seven terms. He grew up in Calgary and graduated from the University of Calgary with a degree in International Relations. We discussed his election efforts, Canada's energy infrastructure and economic policy, as well as Poilievre's mission to tackle the housing crisis, lower the cost of living, defund Canadian media, and develop Canadian natural resources. To vote for Conservative leader you must become a member: https://donate.conservative.ca/en/membership-poilievre/ —Chapters— 0:00 — Intro 5:21 — Conservative Philosophy & Free Market System 8:32 — Left-Wing Ideas & Socialism 12:32 — Government in Scandanavian Countries 15:15 — University & Political Ambitions 18:47 — Political Rallies 22:51 — Housing Crisis, Loss of Personal Freedom & Delivering Hope 27:04 — Poilievre's Mission 29:34 — Problems in Canada & Proposals 34:55 — Economic Policy 40:31 — Climate Change, Energy Infrastructure & Canadian Resources 46:07 — Canadian Press Subsidies & Defunding CBC 55:56 — Justin Trudeau 1:03:55 — Jagmeet Singh 1:09:13 — Sacrificing the Economic Interests of the Working-Class & Trucker's Protest 1:17:54 — Emergencies Act 1:22:18 — Freedom as a Unifying Principle 1:25:45 — Outro #Canada #Election #Conservative #PrimeMinister #Government Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This conversation was recorded on May 9, 2022.Pierre Poilievre, a life-long conservative, is running to be the Prime Minister of Canada. Pierre has served as a trusted senior cabinet minister in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government and has served as a Member of Parliament for seven terms. He grew up in Calgary and graduated from the University of Calgary with a degree in International Relations. We discussed his election efforts, Canada's energy infrastructure and economic policy, as well as Poilievre's mission to tackle the housing crisis, lower the cost of living, defund Canadian media, and develop Canadian natural resources. To vote for Conservative leader you must become a member: https://donate.conservative.ca/en/membership-poilievre/—Chapters—0:00 — Intro5:21 — Conservative Philosophy & Free Market System8:32 — Left-Wing Ideas & Socialism12:32 — Government in Scandanavian Countries15:15 — University & Political Ambitions18:47 — Political Rallies 22:51 — Housing Crisis, Loss of Personal Freedom & Delivering Hope27:04 — Poilievre's Mission 29:34 — Problems in Canada & Proposals34:55 — Economic Policy40:31 — Climate Change, Energy Infrastructure & Canadian Resources46:07 — Canadian Press Subsidies & Defunding CBC55:56 — Justin Trudeau1:03:55 — Jagmeet Singh1:09:13 — Sacrificing the Economic Interests of the Working-Class & Trucker's Protest1:17:54 — Emergencies Act1:22:18 — Freedom as a Unifying Principle1:25:45 — Outro#Canada #Election #Conservative #PrimeMinister #Government Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more NEWS DUMP. Recap of the BREAKING NEWS of SUPREME COURT OVERTURNING ABORTION Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, “A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,” is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators. He has spent the past 25 years speaking to audiences in all 50 states, on over 1000 college and high school campuses, at hundreds of professional and academic conferences, and to community groups across the nation. He has also lectured internationally in Canada and Bermuda, and has trained corporate, government, law enforcement and medical industry professionals on methods for dismantling racism in their institutions. Wise's antiracism work traces back to his days as a college activist in the 1980s, fighting for divestment from (and economic sanctions against) apartheid South Africa. After graduation, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combatting poverty and economic inequity. He has served as an adjunct professor at the Smith College School of Social Work, in Northampton, MA., and from 1999-2003 was an advisor to the Fisk University Race Relations Institute in Nashville, TN. Wise is the author of seven books, including his highly-acclaimed memoir, White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son, as well as Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority, and Under the Affluence: Shaming the Poor, Praising the Rich and Sacrificing the Future of America. His forthcoming book, White LIES Matter: Race, Crime and the Politics of Fear in America, will be released in 2018. His essays have appeared on Alternet, Salon, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, Black Commentator, BK Nation, Z Magazine and The Root, which recently named Wise one of the “8 Wokest White People We Know.” Wise has been featured in several documentaries, including “The Great White Hoax: Donald Trump and the Politics of Race and Class in America,” and “White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America,” both from the Media Education Foundation. He also appeared alongside legendary scholar and activist, Angela Davis, in the 2011 documentary, “Vocabulary of Change.” In this public dialogue between the two activists, Davis and Wise discussed the connections between issues of race, class, gender, sexuality and militarism, as well as inter-generational movement building and the prospects for social change. Wise is also one of five persons—including President Barack Obama—interviewed for a video exhibition on race relations in America, featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. Additionally, his media presence includes dozens of appearances on CNN, MSNBC and NPR, feature interviews on ABC's 20/20 and CBS's 48 Hours, as well as videos posted on YouTube, Facebook and other social media platforms that have received over 20 million views. His podcast, “Speak Out with Tim Wise,” launched this fall and features weekly interviews with activists, scholars and artists about movement building and strategies for social change. Wise graduated from Tulane University in 1990 and received antiracism training from the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, in New Orleans. Dana Suskind, MD, is a pediatric otolaryngologist who specializes in hearing loss and cochlea implantation. She directs the University of Chicago Medicine's Pediatric Hearing Loss and Cochlear Implant program. Recognized as a national thought leader in early language development, Dr. Suskind has dedicated her research and clinical life to optimizing foundational brain development and preventing early cognitive disparities and their lifelong impact. She is founder and co-director of the TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health, which aims to create a population-level shift in the knowledge and behavior of parents and caregivers to optimize the foundational brain development in children from birth to five years of age, particularly those born into poverty. Her book "Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain" was published in 2015. Dr. Suskind has received several awards for her work, including the Weizmann Women for Science Vision and Impact award, the SENTAC Gray Humanitarian Award, the LENA Research Foundation Making a Difference Award, the Chairman's Award from the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in 2018, and the John D. Arnold, MD Mentor Award for Sustained Excellence from the Pritzker School of Medicine. Connect with Dr. Dana Suskind at @drdanasuskind. 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