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Expounded Universe – System Mastery
Expounded Universe 197 – Aurra Sing's Final Clowning

Expounded Universe – System Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022


The final four chapters!  How does it all end, what with the murder being solved already?   Well obviously by wrapping up the loose ends and setting up the next book.  […]

Real Estate Marketing Dude
Working in Your Business vs Work ON It with Josh Fonger

Real Estate Marketing Dude

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 30:36


If you haven't been following this show, we've been on this little kick lately. And what we've been chatting about mainly has been running your business as a business not being a salesperson, just chasing your next check. You have to realize that you're running an entrepreneurial business and you are the business you are the brand. And that means you're running a damn business. If not, you're just a salesperson. We're gonna talk about how entrepreneurs really run their business as they spend more time setting up systems and things in their business, they could work on their business and not in it. So if you feel like you're just being ran around by clients, you don't have enough time in the day, today's guest is for you. He's in charge of the book, work the system. This dude knows what he's doing. Josh Fonger is the CEO of WTS Enterprises, based on the best-selling business book written by Sam Carpenter (you can find a free version of it right here. Work the System's mission is to help entrepreneurs get out of the day-to-day of their business by managing their systems. (Naturally, financial growth and freedom follows.) To accomplish this business mission they focus heavily on training and certifying consultants in the WTS Method so that they can make the largest impact worldwide with our coaching and consulting services.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeHow to make more and work lessWhat step you are currently atHow to help owners/entrepreneurs fix their life expenses by getting control over their systemsResourcesWork The SystemReal 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 to real estate marketing. And 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. It is 2022. If you haven't been following this show, we've been on this little kick lately. And what we've been chatting about mainly has been running your business as a business not being a salesperson, just chasing your next check. Unfortunately, in the real estate space, whether you're a lender and investor or real estate broker, that's just what happens. You have to realize that you're running an entrepreneurial business and you are the business you are the brand. And that means you're running a damn business. If not, you're just a salesperson. So what we're gonna do today is because it's the beginning of the year, because it's 2022, we're gonna talk about how entrepreneurs really run their business as they spend more time setting up systems and things in their business, they could work on their business and not in it. So if you feel like you're just being ran around by clients, you don't have enough time in the day, this episode's gonna be for you. He has, he's in charge of the book, work the system. This dude knows what he's doing. And without further ado, we're gonna let him tell you all about it. Josh fungerer. Ladies and gentlemen, why don't you go ahead and introduce yourself, Josh, and tell everybody a little bit about yourself, we'll get right into this interview.Sounds great. Glad to be here. Thanks, Mike. Yep, Josh bunker. And those, I don't know if you guys have this on video or not. But I'm only have a book called work the system, what I do is take the methodology in that book, and help his owners entrepreneurs fix their life expenses by getting control over their systems. And ultimately, that allows them to make more and work less, which is what most entrepreneurs would like to do. And we kind of free up their their mind space as well.In the real estate industry, we all get into this business, because we think we're gonna work less and control our hours, but fucking nothing is further from the truth. You get in the business. And if you get busy, you have no life. And it's a major problem within it. So I think everyone here is going to really appreciate what you have to say, sorry, I'm going to cut you off.No, that's great. Yeah, I've worked a lot of folks in in real estate, whether it's investors or realtors, or developers and home flippers, or you name it, anyone who's doing any kind of work ultimately has things that they do every day, every week, every month. And our whole goal is to help them see the separate pieces that make up their lives. And then realize those can be made from organic, which means you're just doing it by the seed your pants, just reacting to mechanical, you can mechanize those things. And it starts with a shift of the way you see your work. But then once you see your work differently, you can start to take those separate pieces and get some help along the way. I'm sure a lot of people who listen to this have some assistance or some part timers people that they that they use, and how to really expand that help and duplicate what you do. And ultimately, it's allow you to buy more houses, sell more houses do do more of what you already doing, you just gonna be able to expand that. Butso many of us are control freaks, I'm guilty of this I guy, I'm the guilty, I'm your ideal client. The, you know, no one could do it as good as I can. Or, and honestly, I've been you guys, I've been going through this shit for the last three years, no BS, like I've had a road from hell building these businesses. And I've lost family time. I've suffered time with my wife. No doubt, and I have no problem sharing that with you guys. But I've also learned a lot about business throughout this last three to four years of my transformation out here to San Diego. And what I've learned a lot is what my business partners have taught me and working on the business. I'm an operator. I'm not a business owner. That's one realization I came to this year, it's very hard to go from operator to business owner by by mindset, I'm just an operator, I like being in the fucking grind, like get in the trenches. And I'm a control freak. I don't like giving up stuff because I don't know if anyone could do it quite as well as me and I think a lot of people that are entrepreneurial are in that position. Which is what real estate agents and lenders are. So how do you is it fair to say that's the first step?Yeah, it definitely is. The first step is to is realize where you are you are self employed operator, right? And it's a build, they like to stay in that phase. And that's fine just to stay in that fight phase but you're, you're going to hit a wall, right? We call it the plateau and whatever that plateau is maybe that's making, I don't know, 100 grand a year, 200 grand a year, whatever that plateau is. You're going to be able to raise the plateau a little bit if you work more hours and your pipes gonna go down if you work less hours, but you're just gonna hover there, we call it a yo yo business, basically, you're going to be there. And if you get sick or you have family issues, it's gonna go down. And then if you you know, have less responsibilities at home, you're going to go up, but you're not going to go anywhere. At the end of your life, what you built will just be a job, and you can't sell it, you can't expand it, and some people are fine with that. And if that's you, then you know what we're going to talk about the rest of today, maybe you won't be that helpful. But for those who want to go beyond that, there is a way and it is a different way of working.You're right on the money with that. But God I'll use myself, as an example here you guys is that when you will hit a plateau, you can only do so much. You won't grow your business by yourself. There is no I in team. And no, I get to the next level like and we're talking about running a business like not just being the average agent, you wait, you sell fucking 50 houses a year, congratulations, I'm talking about selling 150 houses a year 300 houses a year, becoming literally local celebrity building a brand in your market that requires business. And there's no way that anyone in the top ranks right now, regardless of what profession you're in, does this without what I think you're about to share with us. But at least the vast majority unless you're freakin Superman, but let's be honest, we're human beings. We have feelings, we have needs and whatnot, and it's very difficult. Let's start off with how you sort of walk us through how we work the system here, if you will, and let's start off with that. Like, how do you and I'm just gonna act like how do you? I feel like this is a question. But how do you know what to give up and what not to give up? This is something I personally struggled with. Because ultimately, the biggest thing is you got your business you're running, there's a million things going on. You're the CEO, CFO, accountant, CPA, you name it, you're wearing every hat. Where does it make sense? I think one of the hardest things people has is I have to pay someone for that. What do they decide? And how do you help people overcome that? Because that's the control factor, I think is just was hard for me at least Yeah.Oh, yeah, definitely. And I think that's a really important step. It was usually a few steps before that. And the reason why is to handoff. So whatever you're doing right now, and entrepreneurial people, especially in real estate has a lot of ways to make money in real estate. But people who are entrepreneurial in that space, they, they there's so much in their head and in their instincts and in their experience, that they know how to make success out of all sorts of random situations. And so they they've lived that for so many years that you had to hand over what you're doing right now, or even pieces of it, the next person you handed over to is going to drop the ball, they're going to screw it up, they're going to miss the context, they're going to miss the opportunity, they're going to botch it. And so even before you can start handing things off, is you need to do, you know, sit out, sit alone for a minute and really think, okay, of the 10 different ways I make money in real estate, what is the piece that is the most scalable, that is the most efficient, that is the most simple, that really I could build a team around. And that could be duplicated, because maybe it's not everything that you do, but there's probably certain pieces. And that's the part that you want to really think through and make a business out of, and we call the document, you write a strategic objective, because if you if you do that, then you know, okay, there's, again, a lot of ways to make money real estate, but the business I want to build is going to be Gatineau flipping houses that are in the, you know, starter houses that are under $300,000 a year, or said that would be much in San Diego, but you know, whatever, whatever the range is gonna park in space. Yeah. And so you you pick, you pick exactly the kind of housing type, you pick the exact area, you pick the exact buying type, you pick the exact, you know, all the different pieces, and you really simplify it taking this, this buying group this product this way, you know, marketing this way, and like this is the plan. And then, and then you can start bringing people on. Because both people want to do a good job, they just don't know how to, they don't know what a good job looks like. And they don't come with 20 years experience. It's not their business, they learn how dedicated and so you you have to say hey, it's a very simple thing, I need you to move this from point A to point B, I need you to to pound a real estate sign in the grass. Can you do that you dig the hole, put that in there. And yeah, someone can do that. And so the more you first have a simple strategy, then you can have simple processes and then you can bring in people to do simple things. And if those people come and go, which they do, then you can bring someone else on to do the same thing because you've you've mechanize a simplifies the pieces of your business and allow yourself to do the things that are more gray area decision making more complex. There's a lot of nuance, there's those there is you want to stay in, but you want that that piece your business to shrink, right. So right now most entrepreneurial real estate folks, everything is gray, everything has context, everything has nuance, but you want that part of your life to shrink over time, the more that can shrink, the more your business that's scalable, can can grow. And that's ultimately what you want to do. I'll say, I have a client that I had years ago actually in Guam, so we do coaching and consulting, and they buy our products and, and one of them was a realtor, right. And so she was a realtor in Guam, and she focused on selling houses and the whole island of Guam. I'd never been there before. But then she realized that her key bind type was people in the military people were coming there, you know, to be there for a few years. And they were leaving years later. And like, this was her core thing. And then she realized that there was a certain kind of house that they wanted. And then she realized that they were mainly buying houses or searching for houses, out of state or out of country, like there were somewhere else looking. And so she said, You know what, I'm just going to do social media posts, specific to this kind of buying group. And she just became the face the brand, she's very bubbly. And then she had her agents, she built up a team of agents, who just did this one type of house for this one type of buyer, who had this one type of situation where they'd be there for a while, and they would leave and they had, you know, a spouse, and one kid or whatever that might be kind of in that life range. And that was a business very simple, build a team around it, and didn't have to do all of the real estate, commercial, industrial, you know, every other kind of real estate, you know, storage rentals, renovations, she just did her thing. And that's what allowed it to be simple, profitable, easy, and ultimately more, more fun, because she could do what she likes to do, which was kind of be out there and be the face, but not actually handling the client work or the paperwork, or the, you know, the headaches that go into it.It's one of the one of my favorite books I've read in the last few years has been The One Thing by Gary Keller. And he talks a lot about that, like, pick out one thing you do well, so let's put this in the context for a couple of the agents out there or even it'll say your mortgage broker be really good at FHA loans. Now, I agree with this, I believe that when you're really good and your niche or your niche, however you want to say it, I think that is when you actually sell more and do more. I think when you the problem I think you have in real estate, because you're right, you're saying you're hitting on the DoD guys, this is really good. You might want to play this back. But what he's saying is that what are you trying to resonate, and you become the jack of all trades, you master zero. And when that occurs, you end up losing other opportunities. And if you were just to narrow down on a niche, so let's play this through on a couple different aspects. Why do real estate investors never have a listing problem? Like in any market, like real estate investors are always flipping houses. But then you have in this market right now, where inventory is very tight, regardless of where you're at in the country, you can't get a real estate agent can't get a listing if they bought one. But Riis investors are picking up properties for pennies on the dollar easily. It's because they do one thing very successfully, they focus on motivated sellers, distressed assets, and they put their cash offer in front of them over and over and over again until someone raises their hands and therefore they eventually find a property to buy. So what does that for you, you guys, realtors go out there and then they buy leads over here, then they go out and buy a software they never use, then they go out and invest in some coaching system they never take the lessons to and then they go out over here and then they go to this and this is every freaking you guys are a bunch of squirrels is what the problem is? Well, Heidi personality, like me, I'm like one of the worst of it. But how often you see that? Is that pretty common?Oh, yeah, well, and I think that people who are in sales, like realtors, it's even more common, the more you're in a sales environment, perfect face to face sales. The skill sets that you need to be really successful making connection and making these deals happen is like the opposite skill set that you need to build a business. To build a business, you have to be someone who can just sit quietly, and see the separate pieces and document their systems and be more of a you know, behind the scenes engineer than somebody who's really good on the spot. And I think that that's hard. And if you don't, if that's not your personality type, then you can know that but still know that's a key part of your business that you're lacking. And so maybe you need to bring out someone who's an operations manager. But they wouldn't have to be full time to begin with. They could help you with the operations. They could help you get those pieces dialed in they could help you line up a sequence for you. Because I mean I mean a lot people in sales and that's just not their their way of living. But they know they want it and I don't I don't say don't don't become something you're not just understand the importance of it and try it bring someone on, you make a few more sales, and then use that money to invest in your business, you're not gonna invest your time at least to invest your money in your business, and don't invest in coaching yourself to be something that you're not. I think that's because I've tried, I've tried a lot of people, you know, to make them into that kind of a project engineer, and they hear it, they think about it, they like it, but they don't do it. And I've gotten more to the point where we know what, that's really not you then find somebody who is like that, who really likes to cross the t's and dot the i's, they really like to build these separate systems, and bring them on board. And oftentimes, you have to pay those people very much. I mean, they, they really like to be behind the scenes and, and help you put those pieces together. And then you're gonna find that, again, scalability happens then.So basically, list all the stuff you hate, or you're not good at, that you have to do to get by with your business, make a list of that, outsource it, figure out how to outsource it, whether it's a VA, or maybe you hire someone in house, you hire what we call slash I'm going to give you a little bit everything. But that's what we're seeing here. Yeah.Yeah, well, but again, the first thing is, we call. So there's different methodologies into the first step to ours is systems mindset, mindset shift a strategic objective operating principles, general principles. And then after that, yeah, just like you said, it's breaking apart your business in terms of what I would do with business owners is to help them first see what what they're doing. And so it's pretty tedious, but actually writing down every single thing you do throughout the day, and do that for three days. And you're going to see, most of what you do is pretty remedial work, most of what you do, wouldn't have to happen. If you're driving out to properties to take pictures, maybe you're, you know, I don't know listing things online where someone else could list it, maybe you're doing various things that you wouldn't really have to do. And, and once you have that list that it's about, who can either do this, or doesn't need to happen at all. So automating that, delegating it, deleting it, oftentimes, a lot of what people are doing doesn't even need to happen at all, or it's the wrong thing. They're putting something that would be really great once their business was in order, but they just need to put some things in order first. And so you know, stop doing that thing for six months, and just build a few infrastructure elements first. And I think you put a good point out there in terms of the people you bring on board. In some cases, you want us an expert to do a thing, like I have a bookkeeper who just, you know, does my books, she doesn't do 10 different things. And she sends out invoices, she does the books, she prepares the things to give us my account, my counter says taxes. That's the one thing that they do. So there are some you know, I've got a guy who does video editing, he just does video editing. He's great at video editing, I'm not going to have him also do sales calls like he just does the one thing that you want to have some of those you know hired guns on your team, especially as you're growing.There's there's gonna be a specialization and then there's going to be the nuanced stuff that's like must do but someone can take care of a lot of this stuff, especially transactionally in the transactional business. Yeah, did you guys hear what he said? He's just said if you need to outsource your video editing, that's exactly what we do you guys. That means if you need to script that industry, but your videos you contact a real estate marketing dude, because that is about money making activity. Anyways, edit, take that plug real quick. So yeah, it makes a lot of sense. There's a lot, a lot, a lot, a lot, a lot of stuff to unpack there. Alright. I go through I figure out what I'm doing because it is also if you're running a business, you're good at something like if you're at this stage, right? So identifying what that is and what cannot be duplicatable was one of the things I figured out early on I'm like what can I do that no one else can buy that I can't hire out. Right for realtor a lot of that's gonna be the face time the one on one go in there and close a dam appointment. You don't need to be the one to show up and take the damn photos with the photographer that's a waste of time you don't need to be the one putting up the lockbox that's a complete waste of time. If you're a lender, you don't need to be the one taking in the paperwork. That's a complete waste of time you need to get them on the phone you're pretty face in front of them, make them feel secure and then hire out all those tedious type tasks. And yeah, what does that mean you have more time to create content more time to spend with your family more time to I don't know do whatever the hell you want go on fucking vacation who cares? Live life but it makes a lot of sense. I'm living in it right now everything that he's saying is right on you guys and I've made the shift in like literally 12 months 1218 months I would say doesn't happen overnight though does it?No it doesn't it that's why we like get people to write some things down so that they can hold themselves accountable to actually sticking with the plan that came up with because as you know, there's always that next deal that comes in the door and it takes you off track and you're like well I've been really focused on this this housing type but then you know this multi multifamily you know, unit came in, so I'm gonna get You know, spend my a spinner wheels with this for next two months. And so you have to really be eventually discipline to stay in that line. And the other piece about really doing what you're really good at Mike is, eventually, you become so good at that you can start charging premium prices, you can start to really raise the rate of what you you are personally worth at doing what you do, because you don't do hire things. You just do three things. And so I you know, and that depends on different industries. I don't really know how much of a premium you can put on your pricing in real estate, butI think quite a bit. Let's play it out. I'm gonna be two different examples. Well, you live in Hawaii, right. What's the town you live in the city again?I live in Kelowna. So Kawhi is the island. Yeah, soKawhi is the island. But Hawaii is a bunch of different islands. So there's a difference between a Hawaii real estate agent and then one that specializes just on that island? Yep. Yeah, like the one who's just on that island is going to demand a higher rate than the one that's not there. And the thing that I think too, in real estate is that we often be like, Oh, my God, people often don't care as much about price, as I think we put an emphasis on and I think that goes for any business. There's a reason why Ritz Carlton exists and Holiday Inn. It's just based upon the experience, there's gonna be a market for both you guys, and you have to realize that it's one of the biggest questions when a realtor what's happening in the industry right now is there's a lot of we call it commission compression. There's a lot of outside forces, trying to remove the Commission's there's a lot of outside forces trying to remove Realtors from the equation. Do a travel agent reboot, if you will. But and that's where a lot of this in the industry is a lot of agents having to do things differently having to reposition themselves having to rebrand themselves. And it's what you're saying is right on because I the whole message of the show you guys, you guys got to own one you got you got to do one thing with your personal brand very, very well.Right? Yeah, totally. And I and, and as you probably know, from talking to me, I work a lot of industries, hundreds of them. So I don't know much about real estate. But I know that I had a client years ago who owned a fleet of taxis, right? It was in the taxi, it's like, maybe eight years ago, nine years ago. And we all know what's what's happened to that industry, right with Uber and Lyft, and all that stuff. And at the time, you know, everyone kind of wore his his fleet, the different different colored cars, different clothing that his drivers wore, they would say different things, the brand wasn't really tight, they had some repeat clients, they had some private clients, they had some, you know, high end, low end, you know, will be at the airport, they're all different things. I said, you can see what's coming with technology and what's happening and, and you're really gonna have to be, you know, clear on what your brand is, I mean, and we came up with this whole plan, which was going to be you know, really higher end cars, it was going to be private clients, it's going to be clients who wanted consistency, they wanted to get to know you, they were going to be your personal drivers. And really just focus on that don't Don't be the generic, Uber Lippard just coming up then. And, you know, he just didn't, he didn't go didn't go for it. He said, Well, you know, I've been a miss out in the airport, I'm gonna miss out on this, I'm gonna miss out of that. And my drivers don't want to all wear a uniform, and they don't all want to be consistent. So the people didn't want to be consistent on his team. And therefore he just diluted and never heard from the guy again, I'm sure he's out of business, he's probably probably he's probably an Uber driver right now. And I think, like you said, it probably happening exactly the same in real estate. Not that I follow it closely. But if all of the low end people who want the cheapest people who want who are fine using an app or using a website to find their own house, and they're really trying to cut the commission down i'll be trying to be at the highest and you know, very specific, very custom very unique, you know, know, know your market know your niche, know your, what, you're the best ad in the world in terms of helping in this particular industry, and then charge a premium. And don't be ashamed about it. Like yeah, I help people find houses that have Olympic sized swimming pools that are near the ocean or whatever. And that's what I do. If you want Olympic sized swimming pool, I know where all the Maranta it costs extra 10 grand, I don't know, I mean that here'sthe hardest part of that is that when you do make the shift, guys, this is what happens. The hardest part about making it is that there will be an opportunity that doesn't fit your new narrative that you have to turn down. It'll be a short term loss for a long term game, though you have to realize that Yeah, and just like the scenario here would be like, Okay, let's just say I'm in San Diego I only focus on coastal properties. So that means I'm west of the five you know, the market or their you know what that is? I'd focus just on the west of the five but let's just say I get a listing 20 miles inland. I got to say no to that listing, because what we're saying while I build my brand going west of the five because over the long term, if you play your cards right you fully commit You'll win out. But in the short term, you might lose out in that little than that one deal that you just took inland. So you have to discuss and figure out what that is for you. And be willing to do it is the hardest partis there's two things, you also wanna think about what then I totally agree with you, Mike. One of them is, if you're consistently getting work that's outside the bubble you've defined, find other partners, friends, referrals that you can send out and get paid something for, you know, I used to this kind of work, but I don't anymore, I give it to give it to Rick. Okay, at least I'm gonna get 1000 bucks or whatever, I'm gonna get some fee, but I can keep my head straight. That's one way to do it. And the other way to do it, and this is what I do as a consultant, is I do one thing, I help people, you know, shift from being, you know, self employed business owners to being true business owners kind of help them make that shift using a methodology. But if somebody comes to me and says, Josh, I love your podcast, I love I want to work with you. I mean, I'm working on this startup, and we're doing whatever, you know, can you work with me? And I'm really intrigued by it, I will just raise my fees dramatically. And I'll say, You know what, it's going to be $10,000 a day. I'm just throwing a number out there. But I'm happy to work with you just $10,000 a day. And if he's like, sounds great. Let's do it. Like, Oh, okay. Well, you know, so. So it's more of a not saying no to opportunities, but you just raising your rates, because it takes you off of your key business. And I think that helps people during the transition period, as well, as they're not saying no, they're just saying, you know, my time is worth this, it's going to be a distraction, it's gonna take me off course, I'm going to put a high dollar fee onto that. If it happens, I'll do it. But if it doesn't happen, I'm okay with that, too. I did that with a speaking event. I don't I don't do keynote speaking. If you're watching this, you probably know, I'm not that dynamic of a person. And so I those persons, like I want you to speak at our annual event, it's going to be so important. And I'm like, Well, I don't really do that. It's not part of our business plan. It's not reallya perfect example. Like, would most people be like, I speak in a keynote I'm in. But you're like, so disciplined that you know, your lane.Yeah. And it's not scalable. It's not going to be I can't use my team to do it. I have to travel. Thisis my team to give a keynote. That's funny.So it's a, so I said, Okay, so how long is it? It's, it's an hour to $5,000. Okay. He Said, She Said, sounds good. You know, and like, Okay, well, I guess I'll, you know, do my standard by standard stick for five grand and that'll go horrible. Call it a day, but but it's not something I want to do every day. But then I can take that money and invest in things that are scalable, that don't require me to be here. And so that's, that's, I think, mentality that you want to have. But like you said, it doesn't happen in a day you have to be disciplined. I'm personally not discipline. I mean, I that's something that I was just talking to, you know, Sam, the author of the book is that that's 2020 to be more disciplined. That's and entrepreneurs have a hard time with that. Yeah.No doubt. Well, this has been awesome. Closing notes, closing thoughts, guys. The one thing that you have to own in the real estate business is your network, your database, anyone who you know, basically your Facebook list because 88% of business is going to come from the people that are just around you that either know you personally met you they referred to you or you have worked with them in the past. That's where business comes from in real estate. So if you're gonna own one thing on your damn database, on your social media accounts, and make sure every single person you know knows what the hell you do, and if you need help doing that, we would love to help you script edit and distribute your video content. Josh, why don't you go ahead and tell people how they can find you read the book, check out his stuff, you guys it's been this is while we always talk about making money and all the glamour shitter real estate buying nice cars and all of that you don't get there unless you do this first. So look this guy up. And Josh, go ahead and tell them how they can find you.Sure, yeah, could a WT s enterprises calm and there, you can get a copy of the book, the book summary. So if you don't wanna read the whole book, which I recommend you get the book summary there for free other business resources and all we do is help people like you scale their business with with this methodology. So coaching consulting done for you services, and if you want something else, maybe you want to ship your business, I trained consultants so I train and certify consultants in this method because I can't do all the work and tons of work out there. So if you ever want to make career change or be consultant, let me know and happy to talk about that.Love it man. Appreciate it appreciate you guys listen another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. Like I said before, if you need help building your personal brand and you want to do it with video, the only time it doesn't work is when people don't like you. But that's nothing we can help you with. So, but if you do need help scripting and editing and doing all those non money making activities we just chatted about, quit thinking about it and get on the computer on your phone and scheduling demo with the real estate marketing dude right now. Appreciate you guys follow us on social keep relieving the remarks leaving the comments and the reviews. We love you. See you guys next week. Peace out. Bye. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. If you need help with video or finding out what your brand is, visit our website at WWW dot real estate marketing do.com We make branding video content creation simple and do everything for you. So if you have any additional questions, visit the site, download the training, and then schedule a time to speak with a dude and get you rolling in your local marketplace. Thanks for watching another episode of the podcast. We'll see you next time.

Conspiracy Unlimited: Following The Truth Wherever It Leads
680: The Book of Revelation, The Pandemic and The Antichrist System PT. 1

Conspiracy Unlimited: Following The Truth Wherever It Leads

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 45:25


EPISODE #680 THE BOOK OF REVELATION, THE PANDEMIC AND THE ANTICHRIST SYSTEM PT. 1 Richard welcomes a documentary filmmaker and expert on Bible prophecy who will dive into the The Book of Revelation and whether the current pandemic could pave the way for the establishment of an AntiChrist system. Guest: Ali Siaditan is the founder of Think Again Productions in Canada, a multimedia teaching ministry shedding light on mysteries and treasures of scriptural knowledge which is making the Bible more real than ever. Siadatan has found that evidence continues to match accounts in the Bible, from biblical cities peering through the sand to "alien" abductions and prophetic events. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Life Change and Formula 13 Teas All Organic, No Caffeine, Non GMO!  More Energy!  Order now, use the code 'unlimited' to save 10% on all non-SALE items, PLUS... ALL your purchases ships for free!!! C60EVO -The Secret is out about this powerful anti-oxidant. The Purest C60 available is ESS60.  Buy Direct from the Source.  Buy Now and Save 10% – Use Coupon Code: EVRS at Checkout! Strange Planet Shop - If you're a fan of the radio show and the podcast, why not show it off?  Greats T-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, and more.  It's a Strange Planet - Dress For It! BECOME A PREMIUM SUBSCRIBER FOR LESS THAN $2 PER MONTH If you're a fan of this podcast, I hope you'll consider becoming a Premium Subscriber.  For just $1.99 per month, subscribers to my Conspiracy Unlimited Plus gain access to two exclusive, commercial-free episodes per month. They also gain access to my back catalog of episodes. The most recent 30 episodes of Conspiracy Unlimited will remain available for free.  Stream all episodes and Premium content on your mobile device by getting the FREE Conspiracy Unlimited APP for both IOS and Android devices... Available at the App Store and Google Play.

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Toilet Radio 350 – The Greatest Collaborations in Metal History

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 80:25


Our boy Breno makes his triumphant return on this triumphant ass episode. The theme of the show is metal collabos - some very good, most very bad! But before we get into the hot cross-genre pollination, we're talking COVID recovery, Jon Schaffer dropping dimes on his whole Oath Keeper crew, and Aaron Lewis having his appendix explode on him. BUT THEN! Nightwish and Richard Dawkins, Six Feet Under feat. Ice-T, System of a Down with Wu Tang Clan, Wheatus and Bruce Dickinson, and much much more. We've grabbed a ton of metal collabos you've never heard and you NEED to jump in and enjoy them with us. On this week's Toilet Radio! Music featured on this show: Lots! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Toilet Radio on iTunes so you'll get new episodes automatically. Or use Stitcher if you don't fuck with Apple.

Switched on Pop
Accidental Kpop star Eric Nam quits the system

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 37:10


Eric Nam is an accidental K-pop star. Growing up in Atlanta, and graduating from college in Boston, he did not expect that in his twenties he's sign to a K-pop label, be named 2016 Man of the year by GQ Korea, and become a go-to television personality in South Korea. His music, imbued with his charisma and charm has charted globally. As fun as it is, the K-pop machine can be a real grind — it churns through young people not unlike the NFL draft. Nam is unusually candid about this experience, likely because he decided to quit the system, and take his blossoming music career independent. On his second all English full length album There And Back Again Nam has full creative control, and all the burdens of sustaining a solo music career. Nam spoke with Switched On Pop co-host Charlie Harding about what it is like to go from K-pop star to indie musician. SONGS DISCUSSED Eric Nam - Ooh Ooh, Heavens Door, Good For You, Honestly, Can't Help Myself (feat. LOCO), Lost On Me, I Don't Know You Anymore, Wildfire, Love Die Young Lee Hyori - 10 Minutes MOMOLAND - BBoom BBoom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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The cabal of institutions in America, otherwise known as The System, is becoming more reminiscent of a communist country each and every day. What's more frightening is that the FBI has seemingly been the poster child for this corruption. Jesse Kelly has the latest chilling example. Jesse also sounds off on the upcoming Beijing Olympics and slams the United States government for sending its athletes to a communist country. Plus, Five For Fighting joins the show to explain how an Anti-Biden music video got censored by big tech.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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Why some Missouri doctors are ditching the insurance system for ‘direct primary care' clinics

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Girls Who Do Stuff
How to host a list build and still run your business

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 34:33


Learn more at SystemToThrive.comAlyson Lex 0:00To the Okay, so that way you can hit record. I have been avoiding hosting a summit since I did my first summit My only summit in 2013. So I don't know, brighter for a reason you do the math on that. It's a lot of years between my first summit and my second summit, which is coming up in just a couple of months. Now, why did I wait so long? Between summits, there's a lot of reasons. One, I couldn't see the roadmap to how it would actually make me money. To, it felt like a lot of work for pay off, I couldn't visualize. Three, my first summit bombed so badly, that I was not at all eager to try it again. And for wasn't sure where I was gonna find the time to do it in my business, I was so super busy, if you will, with serving all of my clients, getting new leads, having sales calls, doing all of the stuff that's required to grow a businessthat I couldn't see how I would be able to do it. All right, how can I do it all, when I'm by myself working for myself, trying to build this business. It's such a huge undertaking, and I just don't know that it's gonna pay off for the amount of work that I'm going to put into it. If that at all. Sounds familiar to you, this is the episode that you want to listen to. And the reason is, Jenny has been hounding me to do a summit for about six years. And I know how long she's been hounding me to do a summit because that's how long we've been friends. Really, it started almost immediately. It took six years, but I'm finally coming around to it, guys. And I want to tell you why. And we want to kind of talk you through what the plan is for me to actually get this done. With still being really busy in my business, and now doing the mom thing. And, you know, The Good Wife thing and the lockdown thing that we're still dealing with and all of that stuff. But I'm now looking forward to it because I see the roadmap to success. So I'm rambling and Jenny's being very, awfully quiet. And this is my way of trying to bring her into the conversation because she has run how many of these now for your clients about 280. So she's done a couple just knows how much time they take. And I think she's probably designed some processes to help it take a little bit less time. Right?Jennie Wright 3:04Yeah. So let's talk about it. There's, you know, there's, your story is no different than the a lot of the clients that I deal with. And it is no different in terms of how they feel the past experiences the poopy summit they had in the beginning, things like that, there is no difference in that story whatsoever. The only difference is your lens on it. Right? And your approach to it. And also all of the, and I'm not going to sugarcoat this, all of the excuses that we put in our way to make sure we don't do the things that we need to do. I am no different than anybody else. I make a boatload of excuses to do things the way I want versus the way they need to be done. First person to admit, right.Alyson Lex 3:51And I think that that's really important. Not only do we make excuses to not do things at all, but I really like what you just said we make excuses to do things the way we want to do them, not the way they should be done. Correct. Correct. Well, I don't want to go live to promote, or I don't want to Xyz to do this. I don't want and so what happens is then we decide how we do want to do it, which is very rarely in a way that's going to actually get traction. Correct. And then we get upset when it doesn't work.Jennie Wright 4:26100% that so I've actually literally worked with people who are saying, Yeah, I'll do it somewhat with you. But I don't want to do this. I don't want to do this. And it's this laundry list of things they don't want to do, for whatever reason. It's their own preconceived notions on it. And then, you know, this is before I was really in my project management sort of space. I would let them I would let them run the ship. Alright, I would let them steer the boat. And then when the summit didn't go the way they wanted the only person they looked at, it wasn't themselves. It was me. This didn't work. It's your fault. So I don't want to go down that road too too much. But what I want to pull from this conversation on that is, there's a, there's a way it works. And there's an acceptance piece, just like anything else, you want to lose weight, you have to accept the fact that things are going to change, you want to have a better relationship with your partner, you have to accept the fact that you've made some boo boos, and how are you going to fix them? Right, and you have to see the roadmap, like you were saying earlier, on how to get there. So any coach worth their metal, worth their salt, whatever word you want to use, we'll show you the roadmap. There are lots of programs out there that'll teach you summits, and a lot of them will keep you behind that gaming term of fog of war, to tell you to stay on the step that you're in and not know, the whole roadmap, and you and I are very similar, where we need to have, like, we need to know all the picture, everything that's going on. So let's, let's move into that space, and talk about what that's going to be like. The biggest hurdle for you was time, how to fit it into your business, how did it fit in into your life? How did it fit, you know, and I'll tell you that the secret is, it's my favorite phrase, there's a suck it up opportunity in there. Because if you want to achieve the goal, build your list, increase your income and actually get clients with more ease than maybe the way that people have been doing it, where they're working so hard to get those leads, you have to accept a bit of uncomfortability. And that's what a summit is going to do. Now, let's talk about the benefit real quick. If you do a summit, and you fit it into your life, and by the end of this episode, we're going to show you how then you're going to uplevel all of those skills, your video skills, your audio skills, your Facebook Live skills, your copywriting skills, your tech skills, just by even if you're not a tech person, and you're not doing the tech, you'll improve just by the fact that somebody is doing it for you. And you're going to see what works, right? So you're going to learn all these things, you're going to uplevel, your sales skills, your joint venture skills, your interview skills, all these different things. So at the end of the summit, you're going to be a better entrepreneur. That's one of the biggest selling features.Alyson Lex 7:07It's not just that though, right? Like, I really feel like, and this is why it's important for me to do one this year. It kind of forces you on the stage, if you will. So it's really easy to hide, oh, I've built my business on nothing but referrals and word of mouth. And I've said that for 13 years, which by the way, that's awesome. The fact that I get referrals is a great thing. And I'm not downplaying those. But what that was was an excuse to keep hiding. And to not put myself out there. And so a list build like this kind of pushes you out into the limelight a little bit, it forces you to be a little bit more visible. And because of that your business can take on a different trajectory. Correct?Jennie Wright 8:00Absolutely. So let's let's talk about the time factor, because I think that's a really big thing that plays into people's lives. I want you to share how you overcame the time issue.Alyson Lex 8:18So I'm going to be very transparent and say that I have not fully done that yet.Jennie Wright 8:27And what's the acceptance process that you'reAlyson Lex 8:28well, there is the acceptance process. And so what has happened is I'm very overwhelmed by even the concept. And as of the time of this recording, I still have about four to five months to plan. And I know that 90 days is a good barometer for planning. And I told Jennie I said, I need more time. I need to stretch out my planning period longer. Because even like 90 days already,Jennie Wright 8:55I don't like 90 days, 90 days is too fast. There's a lot of people who are like do your summit 90 days, I don't like it. It is way too pressured. I prefer 120 days, right. So three months to four months. I like a four month planning period. If I can get five months, I'll take five months.Alyson Lex 9:13Yeah, I mean, honestly, I started thinking about it late last year. So there's some mental planning that went on in the first month. So that would pause to about six months between conception to implementation and launch. I I haven't fully figured out how I'm going to do it. But I just know that I have to. Yeah, go ahead for all the reasons that I talked about, but mostly this stop hiding thing. And so really, it's about committing to something and removing the fact that I'm going to let excuses get in my way.Jennie Wright 9:56And there's a reason why that's also going to help you is because You are going to have the roadmap. So let's for transparency sake, I'm working with Allison to help her build her summit that's happening. And I have a lot of tools in my arsenal that I bring out that help people, I have Trello boards, and Asana boards, and Google drives full of information and all this kind of stuff. And with my regular clients, I do weekly calls, and I do coaching calls, and all that kind of thing with them. With Allison, there has been a necessity for a mindset shift. And this is not uncommon. And you might be experiencing this listeners, if you're listening to this, you might be experiencing this. And if it sounds familiar, then this might speak to you. There is the acceptance of the fact that for the four months of planning a summit, it's not going to take over your entire life. It's not going to ruin your ability to serve your clients, it's not going to stop your ability to make income. It's only going to be in the beginning, a little bit of extra work. And I will tell you this, if it matters, you will make time. Okay, I'm doing a 30 day yoga challenge. Do you think I want to get up 30 minutes earlier in the morning?Alyson Lex 11:11No,Jennie Wright 11:12but I'm doing it. Because I'm trying to create a new habit. I'm making the time, I can talk myself out of it all day long. Trust me, I have talked myself out of doing a 30 day yoga challenge for about two years. Two years.Alyson Lex 11:27Sounds like me.Jennie Wright 11:28Yep. And I finally said a couple days ago that I'm going to do it. And I happen to have an accountability partner, it's my sister in law. I call her my life coach carebear. Because she's very positive person. And I'm doing it. But there's a mindset shift of like, screw this eff that whatever you want to say I'm doing it and you make it happen. The same applies to anything in your business, you want to build out your own website, you're gonna have to learn some new tools and and apply those. If you're going to do a summit. It's the same thing. Now let's talk about how you actually go from the acceptance to the doing. Right. So here's the expectations that I want to set up for you. And I'm setting this up for Alyson this is technically almost, we can call this a coaching call, we can have some fun with that. But I want to set up expectations. When you're doing a summit, it is not going to be the entire day. Now, if you're like me, when I'm learning something new, I tend to get engrossed. So I like to set a bit of a timer and I will say I will spend one hour if you can find 30 minutes in your day or 45 minutes in your day, four days a week, you can get a summit done. Okay, it is all about structure and timing. So the time that you would be on clubhouse, which at the time we're recording this as this huge brand new social media platform, the time that you're spending going down the rabbit hole on club hosts, or the time you're on tik tok watching silly videos, or the time that you're, you know, scrolling Reddit for 30 minutes, that's 30 minutes you could be spending on your summit. That is invaluable time. Right. So there's, there's a shift there. Now, as you're starting to build out your summit, the main thing you're going to be doing in the beginning, and this is something that somebody who is I would call my mentor for four years now has mentioned is that the summit actually starts taking place the work to it builds up the six months out, right, this is where you're starting to think about the speakers that you want to have on there. This is where you're starting to go on the Facebook pages and look at people go, ooh, I would really like to have so and so on my event. And then you start liking their business page and taking a look and see if you guys have the same values and things like that. That's where that kind of stuff happens. And by the way, that is passive. You can do that, instead of scrolling Reddit. You can do that I've literally done that while I'm folding laundry, right? I can scroll and be like, Oh, I like that, oh, I wanna check that person out. I want to listen to their podcast and see if they're, you know, we have that alignment. These are things you can fit into your life. So the lesson here is, if you want it, you'll make it happen. And it's not going to overtake your life.Alyson Lex 14:18It reminds me when I did my my summit in 2013 I think I did in eight weeks. And it did take over my life. Because I had to find experts, secure experts, interview experts published and I did it all 100% by myself in 2013 without a lot of the technology that's available today or the knowledge that I have today.Jennie Wright 14:42Correct. SoAlyson Lex 14:45if I'm thinking about my experience, then it was overtaking my life and in a way that was not enjoyable.Jennie Wright 14:56No and there's something there even just before you finish your point If you're doing it in eight weeks, and you had a bad result, which we know you did, what part of the reason is you didn't have enough time to contact and get in touch with rolling good experts, you took what you could get?Alyson Lex 15:12Yeah, I mean, I got some decent people. But a lot of it was the concept wasn't very well flushed out. And it was it was the wrong market and all that, but not gonna run down that rabbit hole, but it did take over my whole life. And I've carried that through over the last eight years, as this is what planning a summit is like, and it's not. And so I think, really that expectation, there's reasonable expectation to 45 minutes a day, four to five days a week, for five to six months, starting passive and then getting into more of the active creation of it. I think that that is not that bad.Jennie Wright 15:56It's not, it's really not. And the funny thing is, is that after you start getting used to doing the 30 minutes to 45 minutes, four or five times a day, and you start getting that preliminary research out of the way, then you're getting into the more of the active part, which is booking your interviews and conducting your interviews and things like that. And there will be days where it's like I'm doing two interviews today. So there's two hours that are happening, but it's not every day. Right. So the expectation is, there's going to be some days as you get closer to the summit, where you're going to be conducting your interviews and doing other things. Now, there's two camps on this whole, get a summit done side, there's the completely do it yourself, I'm going to do everything on my lonesome. Do all my tech do all my everything, right? So if you're tech savvy, if you're good at video, you can make better your own video and all those kinds of things, you want to do it all on your own. that's those are those people. The other side is the people who understand or they they know their limitations, or they know their abilities, and they're willing to hire team. Hiring a team doesn't mean that you have 10 people working for you and you're spending $10,000, it could mean as little as having a VA for four hours a week, who handles the administrative side, it could be that you are really good in Canva. So you'll do your own graphics, great, save your money there. Or it could be that you're very, very busy. And you're at the level in your business that you know that you need to do this like CEO style, where you delegate. Right, Alison loves to play in Canva. I'm telling you,Alyson Lex 17:32I know you love it so much. But you're not doing it. But I'm not allowed No, not for this. I can do it for little things here and there. If it's a one off, if it's like, I need this right now, I don't have time to send it to her to my designer. Whatever, it's going to take me five minutes, I'm just throwing something together. But when it comes to these graphics for an event, or list build, I could run down that rabbit hole and stay there all day. Yep, that's not a good use of my time. I think hiring help. And you can hire someone just to do your graphics. Like Jenny said, you can hire someone just to build the pages, you can hire someone just to write the copy, you can hire someone just to do the social. Or you can hire someone to help you project manage the whole thing. And that's one of the things that I really rely on Jenny for is to tell me what I need to do. Because there's a lot of those little pieces that I just don't know. I haven't done it 280 times like Jenny. Yeah, I've done it once. And it wasn't done well. And so Jenny's able to say, Allison, I need I need XYZ, I need you to do XYZ now. Coal. Great, you don't you give me my marching orders, and I can get it done. It's when I look at the whole big, huge picture of these lists and these checklists, and these calendars and these project management and these Trello boards. I'm like, Holy guaca No, I can't do all that. But that's not all at once.Jennie Wright 19:17No, it's not.Alyson Lex 19:19And so for the last 30 days or so I've been like I've been building my little list of potential experts. I've been thinking about the, the direction I want to go, I've been building that roadmap in my head to how I'm going to profit from it, which I think is really important. And I've been writing notes down and and now that I'm getting into five months out at the I think the time of this recording and publication I'm about four and a half to five months out. Like Okay, now it's going to be time to start doing some of those more active stuff and getting maybe starting to secure some of these speakers. How do I need to do that I need to put up a landing page. Okay. I'm relying on Jennie to kind of help me to understand what needs to happen step by step. So that I don't get overwhelmed. And that is somebody in my business in my world, that is invaluable. Because when I get overwhelmed, I shut down.Jennie Wright 20:18Yeah, a lot of people do. A lot of people do. Part of my job, funny enough is not just the project management, it's the cheerleader, come on, you know, pick yourself up, get into the chair,Alyson Lex 20:31it's the host management,Jennie Wright 20:33management, and there's a lot of host management, and that's okay. And it's totally okay. And we actually, you know, there's a lot of products out there that you can go and check out and if you want to go do so, there's products that tout themselves as a complete summit package, right, it's like, um, you know, buy this thing for X amount of dollars. And I'll give you templates and this and this, and this, and this and this, right. And some of them are good, like, they're not bad, Allison, and I recently checked one out. And we were very shocked at what it's missing. And it's a very popular product. And we were like, Wow, there is no project management tools. And I've actually got clients at this particular moment, who have purchased that product, and then found me and said, holy crap, this was what was missing. So there's a lot of a lot of products out there on how to do a summit, go check out and see what you need. And you might not need the project management, maybe you're a really good project manager. But a lot of people tend to need what Allison is talking about, which is the step by step process and the carving out of time. The next thing I kind of want to mention and Alison on what your take is systems and processes.Alyson Lex 21:44Oh, I'm so not a systems and processes girl. Jenny knows this about me. And I do know that that's a downfall of mine. Because what happens is it ends up taking me five or 10 times longer to do something, because I don't have a system or process or anything to get it done. So when it comes to hosting a summit, and I've, you know, again, hashtag transparency, I've seen Jenny do this for her clients, like I've, we're friends, we've talked about the stuff. So I have an idea of the kinds of systems and processes that she puts in place. And I also happen to have a really weird love for spreadsheets. I mean, it's getting weird. At this. Yeah,Jennie Wright 22:28there's spreadsheet, there's a spreadsheet to talk about the spreadsheets.Alyson Lex 22:31Like I love, I actually had one of those ones I really did. And it was my link, like my my link life spreadsheet, and it was a spreadsheet with links to all my spreadsheet.Jennie Wright 22:43Housing our problem,Alyson Lex 22:44I do have a problem. I really like spreadsheets. But so I know that I get to do that a little bit with the planning of summit, I get to have some spreadsheets. Yeah. So I do get to tap into some of the systems and processes. And there's automation. Right. So one quick little automation that we use here on this podcast, when we have guests is we have a guest request form. And it automatically populates into a spreadsheet, yay. It automatically populates into a spreadsheet. Well, I can use that same technology, that same automation to capture info, submission info from my future, my future speakers. That's a system. That's a process that saves me time. I don't have to come through email. They fill out the form. I've got an A link on a spreadsheet. Yep, I sent me a spreadsheet to who ever needs it. Right when I've written some ad copy for some of Jenny's clients. And I say, where's your speaker spreadsheet. And they send me a sheet that I know they've had to build manually. That really hurts my heart for them. And so that's one little example of a system or process that you might already be using somewhere else in your business. You can translate over to planning your summit. When it comes to communicating with outsourced we use slack. I use slack to communicate with just about everybody except for my ghostwriter. I use email for that. But that's a system. Right now I have one place I can communicate to everybody. Now I just need to build a process around that. Well, my process tends to be firing off things as I think of them. So maybe I need to work on that. ButJennie Wright 24:45yeah, and I think the point that you're I think the good point out of this is there's systems and processes that you can put in place that help create the time. Right? I don't like being I don't like being on email. I hate I hate sending emails. Back and forth. When I'm doing a summit with a client, I actually despise getting a boatload of emails like, oh, here's the link to such and such. And here's the link, like, that drives me nuts, because to me, it's, it's duplication of work where you could have everything centralized in my world, centralized into one spot. to really put a fine point on this, I'm usually managing anywhere between four to six summits at any given time. you're managing one, right you the person, you're the client, or managing one, I'm managing five or six. So the centralization and the, you know, making things really system like system driven, is going to help. So I will teach my clients how to do that you actually, because we've worked together, you know, all these things. And you've grown those processes, and you had a lot of them before I even met you. But I will teach people the systems and processes that can save them time, right. And then there's the great thing about templates, Allison, and I both adore templates. Templates are timesavers. So I just worked with a client who's running a really big summit. It's gonna be a six figure summit. It's huge. And one of the things they didn't have is, they were just doing this summit into English for the first time. They're an overseas client. And they are not proficient in English. In terms of writing, we had templates, right. So we had communication templates, with the experts, communication templates with this and that, first of all, you can either make those templates, and if you're going to do more than one summit, and trust me, if I have my way you will write, you can template, this kind of stuff. So that you know, you don't have to write it 10 times you can write it once and reuse. So templates are going to be your friend for sure and saving you time and also a ton of mental anguish when it comes to writing and figuring all this kind of stuff out.Alyson Lex 26:54Now, I do want to give a caveat, because there are a lot of templates out there for sale, people give them away. This is just my copywriters soul coming through, please personalize your templates, please don't just drop them in like a Madlib and go personalize them, make it so that they're totally you use them as a format or a formula. Because otherwise, it's not going to feel like your summit. That's all and right. Now, it's good. Yeah,Jennie Wright 27:29I appreciate the fact that you're talking about that. Because that keeps everybody on their toes in terms of not just copying and pasting, which we don't want them to do. Alright. So we want to make sure that you work your summit into your work into how you work. So summits are not cookie cutter. And it doesn't mean that you're going to change how you actually approach your work. So if your work style is how you're you know, take a look at the way that you're currently working. If you are a get up early, before everybody else is up in the house, and get stuff done. And then you take a break mid morning and you do chores, or whatever you want to do, right? That's awesome. It's also me. And you take a break midday because I do and then you get back at it later, then you can work a summit into that, what I don't want you to do is go, Wow, this woman is going to change everything. And I have to change everything about how I work, you're going to hate it. If you hate the process, you're really not going to enjoy the event. If you don't enjoy the event, you're not going to have a good result potentially, if you don't have a good result, potentially you didn't enjoy it, you're never going to do it again. Or you're going to wait six years and get badgered by somebody like me until you're willing to do it again. And you don't want that either. SoAlyson Lex 28:45because it gets really annoying after a while, you also have to know where your non negotiables are. And that's one of Jenny's favorite words to is non negotiable. And that's basically saying like, this is just something that has to happen. And it's not open for discussion. It is what it is, for me that certain things like Friday nights are my kids virtual karate class. There's no moving not. Now, can I talk to my husband and have him do it? Yeah, but I can't record at that time, because it's right in the next room and they are not quiet. Right. So that's a non negotiable. I can do work at that time. But I can't record at that time. I can't be on a call at that time. Not movable. What else is a non negotiable. Jenny's morning Yoga is a non negotiable. That's part of that challenge that she's doing? So if a client says I would like to have a first thing in the morning call, no, I have yoga, it's a non negotiable. I think it's really important to know where those are in your life and in your business. Right I'm part of a coaching program, there's a call every Tuesday at two o'clock, non negotiable. For me, it's an investment I made in my business. So start there and then plan around it. And that way, you're not gonna feel like you're giving up your whole world. Because I think that's the feeling that that I had. It took me this whole episode to kind of land into it, I felt like I was giving up something, to not get something else. That's why the summit felt like such a failure, because it wasn't successful. And I had sacrificed so much. Because I worked so hard. And it was actually to the detriment of my business. Because I was so focused on this summit, that I wasn't focused on serving clients, I wasn't focused on finding new clients. So not only did I not make money from the summit, but I didn't make money after because I hadn't hustled the way that I needed to hustle to get clients. Right. So I felt like I gave up all of this stuff. For something that didn't work. So if I could have avoided feeling like I was giving something up, I could have entered the summit with a different attitude. I could have exited the summit with a different attitude, even if it didn't meet my expectations. I wouldn't have had such a bad feeling about it.Jennie Wright 31:34too. Yes. Yes, very much.Alyson Lex 31:41So money for you got a tongue tied?Jennie Wright 31:42No, it's Yeah. So that's, I've got to edit that out. You do a fat the ladder clap. When it comes to what Alyson was talking about the sacrifice of time and sacrifice, of not investing in still getting other clients and not getting any money out of it. One of the things that the point that she's making that is incredible here is that if it's planned, you have non negotiables, you give yourself enough time you make it fit into your life the way it is right now, then you're not going to hate the process. And you're still going to be able to do the things that you're normally doing. Will you have to, quote unquote, sacrifice something else a little bit? Yeah, you do have to make some adjustments. But it's just an adjustment. It's looking at your schedule and finding the space. And we all can make that space. Trust me, if it's important enough, you'll do it. And it is important. If you do a summit, you will create a list injection. If you do a summit, you will create an income injection. If you do a summit, you will increase your ability to do video, audio, joint venture partnerships, all these different things, copywriting, all of it. And if you do a summit, you're going to uplevel all these different skills in combination. And it's going to make it easier for you to grow your business in the future. There are no downsides. In that way. The only downside, the only barrier is actually you. And the people that you choose to be on your event, which is why you have to be incredibly picky with your experts, which is a totally different episode.Alyson Lex 33:25Totally different episode, totallyJennie Wright 33:27different episode, we could go down the rabbit hole there. But in terms of time, and sacrifice, and all those things, it's worth it. And if this episode hasn't been able to get that across, then I'm I'd be shocked. Hopefully it has. And if you're thinking about a summit, if you're interested in doing a summit try and get more information if you want to check out what I'm doing in terms of summits come and find me. I talk about them all the time. It's Jennie wright.com. You can also find me on Facebook and Instagram and all those things. I'm still learning clubhouse, we won't go there.Alyson Lex 34:01I also want to say if this episode hasn't convinced you that it's time to do a summit. Here's what I want you to do. I want you to download this episode as an mp3 however you can. And I want you just set it as your morning alarm every morning when you get up. Because that's what my last six years has been like. It hasn't been that bad. No, it really hasn't been that bad. But this is the stuff that Jenny has been trying to get through my head for a long time. You might feel resistant. And that's okay. I get it six years, guys. I resisted this for six years. You will get there. But I'm excited now. I'm excited, man. I'm terrified. Like let's just put that out there. I'm scared. I'm nervous and overwhelmed. I'm kind of freaking out a little bit. I'm wondering what the heck I've gotten myself into. But I'm also really excited because I know this time is going to be different because I have that plan for success. And I have someone on my side to help me get there. That is really important. So get yourself a really good support team, find yourself an amazing cheerleader, someone to help keep you from getting overwhelmed someone to guide you in the right direction. If you need a reference for someone, I happen to know someone who can do all that, but build your support system in a way that will guide you forward. That's just as important as getting your own head stuff, right?Jennie Wright 35:30Yep, I agree. And if you need me to be your feed me to be that person in your ear in the morning to try and get you moving forward. Download the episode, like Allison said, and then listen to it. Because my voice is that aggravating it will make you eventually do one of two things, stop listening or do the summit. All right. Having said that, I hope that you guys found this to be a helpful episode that you got something out of this that'll help you make a decision whether or not you think a summit will fit. Keep in mind that it is not as terrifying as you think from somebody who's done it as many times as I have. How Alyson feels is completely understandable. But it also is tempered with the fact that it's just the unknown. And as she moves along the process, the terror will subside, the fear will subside, and she will get more and more excited and encouraged and all those things. So that's all going to happen for her. And it will happen for you as well. So thank you for listening to this episode. If you have any questions about this or comments, please do leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you. And if you're not already, please do subscribe to the podcast. So you're catching all of the episodes of the System to THRIVE. We would love to have you do that so that you don't miss anything at all. Thank you so much for being on with us and listening in and we will be back very soon answering another big question.

Jay's Analysis
The Godfather Trilogy Shows How the Global Elite System Really Works - Jay Dyer

Jay's Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 63:42


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PHP Solution System.

Nueva Vida 97.7FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 4:47


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Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health
#68: Understanding the Various Factors in Health Issues with Reed Davis | Thorough Holistic Treatment

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 46:56


Reed Davis, board certified holistic healthcare practitioner and certified nutritional therapist is an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine. He is the founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition and the FDN Certification Course with over 3000 graduates in 50 countries. Reed served as the Health Director at a wellness center in Southern California for over 10 years and with over 10,000 clients is known as one of the most experienced clinicians in the world. He serves on the advisory board of the American Natural Wellness Coaches board and the American Association of Natural Wellness Coaches. Reed lives in the US and when not teaching the FDN Certification Course and helping his graduates build their private practices, he is usually found gardening or riding motorcycles. Metabolic health and metabolic chaos 1:34What they look at when testing 9:11Reed's core tenets around diet 12:35The importance of rest and sleep for overall health 20:24Exercise 24:37Stress 30:24Supplementation 37:07“We've learned through all of this looking upstream not to pick on one thing, not to give a diagnosis. “It's irritable bowel.” Because as soon as you focus on that one thing, you are ignoring the other 10, or 15, or more things that are going on, that that person would also have to correct to get the outcomes that they came in looking for, including correcting that IBS or hyperthyroidism, or whatever it is. You never really get rid of it if you don't fix all of the things going on around it.” 4:25https://www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.com/https://feelbrilliant.com/

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
Resetting Your System After Years of Unhealthy Habits | The Plant-Based Dietitian Julieanna Hever

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 40:16


The healthier you are the better you feel! But getting to that point often requires a hard reset for your body after years of binging on junk food.   Dietitian Julieanna Hever joins "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room podcast to share tips for detoxing from fatty foods and getting your system ready to begin eating a healthy diet again. Then you'll be ready to say goodbye to the weight rollercoaster and hello to the new healthy you once and for all!   Julieanna is known as “The Plant-Based Dietitian” and creator of The Choose You Now Diet.   — — — Vote in the Veggie Awards The Exam Room is Nominated for Vegan Podcast of the Year https://vegnews.com/veggie-awards-2022 Instructions: Go to page 6 of the awards, category 56, select The Exam Room, and cast your vote! — — — Julieanna Hever Choose You Now Diet: https://amzn.to/33o4evY Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julieannahever Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlantBasedDietitian Twitter: https://twitter.com/plantdietitian — — — Chuck Carroll Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — 21-Day Vegan Kickstart App iOS: https://bit.ly/VegKStrt-iOS Android: https://bit.ly/VegKStrtAndrd Web: https://www.pcrm.org/kickstart — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
559: 1,000 Units as a Part-Time Nurse and the System That Helped Her Get There w/Stephanie Betters

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 62:07


Real estate CRMs (customer relationship management) aren't the most exciting things to talk about…that is until you look at the results they help build. Before building her own CRM, Stephanie Betters was struggling to grow her real estate portfolio. She had an original goal to acquire fifteen units before her children went to college, but realized that her taxing job as a nurse wouldn't allow it. For her to hit fifteen units, she would have to scale, automate, and delegate tasks.She did just that and overshot her goal by a significant margin. As of now, Stephanie has 1,000 rental units and is wholesaling and building another 200 deals per year. She's doing all of this while working as a part-time nurse, which truly shows her real estate system is a well-oiled machine. But, this system wasn't just dropped into her lap, she had to build it herself using Salesforce as a base.If you've been thinking about scaling your business, no matter what stage you're at, Stephanie has recommendations for how to do so in the best way possible. This includes systems for the novice investor/house hacker up to the streamlined syndicator and everything in between.In This Episode We Cover:Incorporating “real estate tech” at each stage of your investing journeyUsing CRMs like salesforce to automate your entire businessHiring, training, and leading a team of virtual assistants (foreign and domestic)“Lead leakage” and how it could be costing you thousands every monthThe three most important KPIs every investor should be trackingText, email, and other outreach-type automations that will save you timeAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Business PodcastZillowGoogle SheetsZapierDavid Greene TeamPodioAsanaBiggerPockets Business Podcast 80: Turning Problems Into New Income Streams With Stephanie BettersSalesforceDocuSignSlackRedfinBiggerPockets CalculatorsRealtor.comLeft MainBlinkistCraig's BiggerPockets ProfileCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/show559See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast
365: HOME BIRTH STORY - Trusting Birth, Questioning the System and Supporting Parents and Birth Workers with Dr. Nathan Riley

Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:45


How do you truly honor birth? Dr. Nathan Riley joins us for the second time on the podcast. First time was back in 2019, and a lot of life has changed for him. For one thing, he's welcomed both of his daughters into the world. And today we talk about the home birth of the youngest (about 5 weeks old at the time of this interview). Nathan shares his perspective of the experience, as a father, partner and physician. Nathan also talks about the space he holds for birth and how he has evolved from an OBGYN practicing in the hospital to a more lifestyle medicine approach where he supports both parents and birth workers. The nuggets in this episode are too many to count and drop at such a rapid rate. You might need to hit pause and rewind a few times, that's how powerful it is! Things we talk about in this episode: hospital model of care, hospital birth, home birth story, fast labor and delivery, trusting and bearing witness to birth, awesome resources around holistic birth, Nathan's journey as a doctor, questioning the medical system Links: Nathan's website: https://www.belovedholistics.com/ DIAH Episode 243 with Dr. Riley - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/doing-it-at-home/id1153134918?i=1000454516925 Doing It At Home book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3vJcPmU DIAH website: https://www.diahpodcast.com/ DIAH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingitathome/ DIAH YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pzuzQC DIAH Store: https://yoursuccessfulhomebirth.com/ DIAH Merch: https://bit.ly/3qhwgAe  Give Back to DIAH: https://bit.ly/3qgm4r9

Tractionville
#037: Authentic Growth and Strategic Content with Scott Severson

Tractionville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 30:29


Many companies tend to mystify digital marketing––thinking it's too complicated or that some sort of complex marketing software will do all the work for them. Today on System & Soul, Jennifer Zick invites her friend Scott Severson, CEO of Brandpoint, to discuss how companies can experience authentic growth through content and digital demand generation. Scott talks about the most common misunderstandings about digital growth generation, how a consistent strategy will drive consistent results, how he helps clients shift to a more strategic mindset, and the importance of investing in a content strategy for the purpose of building trust with customers. This episode is brought to you by System & Soul. We have to fess up––we have done all the wrong stuff when it comes to running a business. We've hired too quickly, fired too late, wasted resources, picked the wrong objective… the list is long. But, here's what we've learned: the only way to fight the chaos and complexity that is constantly coming at you is to get clarity and control over your business. Over 20 years, we've seen it all. The more businesses get stuck in the chaos and complexity, the harder it is to grow, stay healthy and sustainable as a business. That's why we created System & Soul. It is the only business framework that helps you run better systems and do it with the soul of your business in mind. We want to help business leaders like you find breakthrough. If you're ready, learn more at SystemAndSoul.com. Resources: Scott Severson BrandPoint.com AuthenticBrand.com

Locked On Astros - Daily Podcast On The Houston Astros
Astros Make Add to Farm System with International Signings

Locked On Astros - Daily Podcast On The Houston Astros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 38:30


Eric and Brett discuss the Astros recent signings from the international market including a top outfielder. While they are still in the middle of a lockout, they made some additions for the future to strengthen a farm system that is not as strong as it used to be. You also have Jose Siri and Jeremy Pena squaring off as opponents in the Serie Finale. Estrella's have the home field, does Pena and Robinson Cano have enough to beat Gigantes. We look at the series preview and look forward to updating our listeners throughout the week. Join us for a live Locked On Astros podcast. Locked On Astros, the daily podcast about the Houston Astros, hosted by Eric Huysman and Brett Chancey, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to  @Locked On Astros in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute listening to the latest Astros news and notes. Thanks for listening, and tell your friends! We now have a YouTube channel as well, so go subscribe to that as well and get us to 5k subscribers! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9fXhBb2-ZTiPwk7WNwYjzQ https://linktr.ee/LockedOnAstros Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!  Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use the promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

10 Percent True - Tales from the Cockpit
Flying the EF-111A Raven - Super and Pyro (Part 1)

10 Percent True - Tales from the Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 95:52


Flying the EF-111A Raven - Super & Pyro (Part 1)Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_...Discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/9vJ3hPYFQh10PCT #29: Super & Pyro, Part 9.00:00:00 Introduction    00:17:22 What Spawned the EF-111A?  00:22:59 The Cold War Context   00:24:23 EA-6B Comparisons    00:26:32 ALQ-99 in Detail    00:33:13 Jamming Techniques    00:49:03 Mission Types     00:57:16 Power vs. Deception    01:12:23 No Weapons     01:15:19 Jamming Frequencies   01:23:20 Training without Revealing  01:27:57 Threat Presentation Display   01:31:26 The Art of being an EWO  01:33:55 Wrap UpSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=GDJU6CM3GWZTN)

UNL BeefWatch
Selecting a Synchronization Protocal that Fits your Production System

UNL BeefWatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 20:47


Nueva Vida 97.7FM
PHP Solution System

Nueva Vida 97.7FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 4:37


PHP Solution System

WallBuilders Live! with David Barton & Rick Green
The System Kills Your Kids - Epoch TV School's Out - With Sam Sorbo

WallBuilders Live! with David Barton & Rick Green

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 27:00


Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli
Reinventing Healthcare One System at a Time with Mike Waterbury

Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 33:18


This episode's Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: https://www.catalysthealthtech.com/ (CLICK HERE) --- After studying the healthcare industry from the inside out for over 25 years, our next guest was inspired to create a company that would bring other leaders together who have a passion for succeeding, learning, and delivering improved access and value of the healthcare dollar.  Mike Waterbury, CEO of Goodroot, joins us to discuss how he and his team are developing a community of businesses to improve the current state of the healthcare industry and reform and replace inefficiencies that hold the industry back. In addition, Mike shares his vision in creating a solution for better health plans to reduce the burden of medical debt for patients across the nation. Join us for this inspiring conversation as Mike shares how he's bringing passionate leaders together to reinvent healthcare one system at a time. Let's go! Episode Highlights: Mike's eye-opening revelations about the healthcare system Goodroot's family of companies that's focused on reinventing healthcare, one system at a time Why Mike believes medical debt is healthcare oppression and how we can end the cycle Goodroot's focus on creating solutions that they can offer to all customer types    About Our Guest:  For over 25 years Mike has studied the healthcare system from the inside out. He advanced from a financial role to an executive leadership role at Oxford Health Plans, and then Magellan Health Services. While at Magellan, Mike pioneered the integration of ICORE Healthcare, a company focused on solving specialty pharmacy challenges, and the development of a new medical pharmacy program. Mike was inspired to create a company that could be built from his years of industry expertise, the result—RemedyOne. He wanted to bring together talented minds—people who, like him, had a passion to succeed and to learn, and who pay attention to the details necessary to make real and lasting change, regardless of how complex the situation. Most recently, to further the RemedyOne mission, Mike has launched Goodroot, building a team and community of companies committed to dedicating their time and careers to reinventing healthcare one system at a time. That team has created a passionate culture Mike is proud of, and has produced outcomes that have changed thousands of lives for the better by saving over $800M in healthcare costs. Today, he continues to free and amplify talent to join the Goodroot cause working towards a goal of saving the healthcare system $30 Billion in the next five years.  Links Supporting This Episode: Goodroot website: https://www.goodrootinc.com/ (CLICK HERE) Mike Waterbury LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-waterbury-76a7467/ (CLICK HERE) Goodroot Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Goodrootinc (CLICK HERE) Clubhouse handle: @mikebiselli Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikebiselli (CLICK HERE) Mike Biselli Twitter page: https://twitter.com/mikebiselli (CLICK HERE) Visit our website: https://www.passionatepioneers.com/ (CLICK HERE) Subscribe to newsletter: https://forms.gle/PLdcj7ujAGEtunsj6 (CLICK HERE) Guest nomination form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqk_H_a79gCRsBLynkGp7JbdtFRWynTvPVV9ntOdEpExjQIQ/viewform (CLICK HERE) Support this podcast

KITE FM - Der Kitesurf Podcast
#40 Richtig geil Springen lernen - Tips von Kite Coach Wilko Stolzenbach

KITE FM - Der Kitesurf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 93:30


Warum sieht eigentlich nie jemand hin, wenn ich verdammt hoch springe? Warum wird immer dann gefilmt, wenn ich nur so einen halb motivierten Hüpfer mache? Aber warte mal, war das nicht eigentlich genau der Versuch, wo ich so richtig hoch rausgekommen war? Komisch… Wer kennt es nicht, dieses Gefühl der ersten Sprünge: wenige Zentimeter überm Wasser aber man fühlt sich wie der kleine Kite Gott mit ein bisschen Pipi in der Hose. Ein kleiner magischer Moment. Aber was kommt dann? Damit man irgendwann aber auch wirklich mit geiler Hang Time und sauberer Performance posen kann, hilft es, sich mit dem Thema Sprungtechnik ein wenig auseinander zu setzen. Da Fabi und ich nach etlichen Jahren auf dem Podium beim King of the Air diese Anfängerfragen gar nicht mehr beantworten können, haben wir uns Wilko Stolzenbach ins Studio geholt. Wilko ist Kite Coach in El Gouna und hat sein eigenes kleines System entwickelt, das Thema ‚Richtig Springen lernen‚ für Anfänger und Aufsteiger anzugehen. Jetzt heißt es: Stifte spitzen, Hefter raus und Ohren auf! Ab auf die Schulbank, ihr lieben Kinder des Kite Sports! Wilko findet ihr u.a. auf youtube: Wilko Kitesurfing Zwei Videos von ihm: Typische Fehler beim Springen Springen leicht gemacht

Last Game Standing
Bestes Rollenspiel: Dark Souls vs. Disco Elysium

Last Game Standing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 38:33


Last Game Standing ist der Battle-Royal-Modus unter den Spiele-Podcasts! In dieser Staffel suchen Christian Alt und Christian Schiffer (alias C&C) nichts weniger als das beste Rollenspiel aller Zeiten. Im zweiten Duell bekommen bekommen es zwei Spiele miteinander zu tun, die eigentlich kaum etwas gemeinsam haben, außer, dass sie mit „D“ beginnen und in diesem Podcast gegeneinander antreten: Dark Souls trifft auf Disco Elysium. Im Podcast erfahrt ihr … nunja… eigentlich erfahrt ihr nichts. Alt & Schiffer liefern sich stattdessen eine recht niveaulose Diskussion zu der Frage, wie cool es ist, in einem Computerspiel mit seinem limbischen System zu plaudern. Wer darf ins Viertelfinale einziehen? Das entscheidet die WASTED-Community! Die Wahlkabinen stehen im WASTED-Forum! --> https://community.wasted.de/ Wer konnte sich gegen wen durchsetzen? Und welcher Knaller-Begegnungen warten noch auf Euch? Den Turnierbaum zur aktuellen Staffel findet ihr hier: https://challonge.com/de/qmwx9qwf Euch gefällt LGS? Dann unterstützt WASTED! --> https://www.patreon.com/wasted_magazin

Selbstbewusstsein, Mut & Leichtigkeit - JOY UP YOUR LIFE - Motivation & Inspiration
❤️ So transformierst du dein Leben auf einer tieferen Ebene - Interview mit Denys Scharnweber (#218) (Teil 1)

Selbstbewusstsein, Mut & Leichtigkeit - JOY UP YOUR LIFE - Motivation & Inspiration

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 25:51


In der heutigen Folge unterhalte ich mich mit Denys Scharnweber, der einer der einflussreichsten Trainer und Coaches der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung in Deutschland ist. Denys` Vision ist es, Menschen ins Herz und ins Fühlen zu bringen, damit sie mit sich und mit anderen besser umgehen, sodass sich dadurch die Welt verändern kann. **In dieser Folge erfährst du:** - wieso Herz und Liebe die Welt verändern können - was passiert, wenn Liebe nicht gelebt wird - was es bedeutet, wenn Gedanken und Emotionen dysfunktional werden und wie sich das auf das Leben auswirkt - warum Liebe immer die Antwort ist und warum Werte ohne Liebe nicht funktionieren - wieso dein Warum auch mit Liebe gefüllt sein sollte und was passiert, wenn es nicht ist - wie du wieder in die Liebe kommst und das Gefühl fließen lassen kannst - warum du nie frei sein kannst, wenn du die Schuld in dir nicht auflöst - wie du dein System mit Achtsamkeit und Aufmerksamkeit transformieren kannst - warum du dich selbst anerkennen darfst, bevor du anerkannt wirst - wie deine innere Haltung dein Leben bestimmt **Hier findest du Denys:** Website: https://denysscharnweber.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/denys.scharnweber/ Hol dir dein Visionboard-Workbook (inkl. Ziel-Meditation): https://chrissi-joy.com/visionboard/ Ich wünsche dir viel Spaß und Inspiration mit der Folge. Alles Liebe, Deine Chrissi

Selbstbewusstsein, Mut & Leichtigkeit - JOY UP YOUR LIFE - Motivation & Inspiration
❤️ So transformierst du dein Leben auf einer tieferen Ebene - Interview mit Denys Scharnweber (#218) (Teil 2)

Selbstbewusstsein, Mut & Leichtigkeit - JOY UP YOUR LIFE - Motivation & Inspiration

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 20:53


In der heutigen Folge unterhalte ich mich mit Denys Scharnweber, der einer der einflussreichsten Trainer und Coaches der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung in Deutschland ist. Denys` Vision ist es, Menschen ins Herz und ins Fühlen zu bringen, damit sie mit sich und mit anderen besser umgehen, sodass sich dadurch die Welt verändern kann. **In dieser Folge erfährst du:** - wieso Herz und Liebe die Welt verändern können - was passiert, wenn Liebe nicht gelebt wird - was es bedeutet, wenn Gedanken und Emotionen dysfunktional werden und wie sich das auf das Leben auswirkt - warum Liebe immer die Antwort ist und warum Werte ohne Liebe nicht funktionieren - wieso dein Warum auch mit Liebe gefüllt sein sollte und was passiert, wenn es nicht ist - wie du wieder in die Liebe kommst und das Gefühl fließen lassen kannst - warum du nie frei sein kannst, wenn du die Schuld in dir nicht auflöst - wie du dein System mit Achtsamkeit und Aufmerksamkeit transformieren kannst - warum du dich selbst anerkennen darfst, bevor du anerkannt wirst - wie deine innere Haltung dein Leben bestimmt **Hier findest du Denys:** Website: https://denysscharnweber.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/denys.scharnweber/ Hol dir dein Visionboard-Workbook (inkl. Ziel-Meditation): https://chrissi-joy.com/visionboard/ Ich wünsche dir viel Spaß und Inspiration mit der Folge. Alles Liebe, Deine Chrissi

Take Control of Your Health with Dr. Mercola
The New World Order Slave System Discussion Between Dr. Vladimir Zelenko & Dr. Mercola

Take Control of Your Health with Dr. Mercola

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 62:12


Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, whom I've interviewed twice previously, was among the first U.S. physicians to develop an early treatment program for the novel SARS-CoV-2 infection. He popularized the use of hydroxychloroquine and zinc, and when hydroxychloroquine became increasingly difficult to obtain, he was also among the first to identify quercetin as a viable alternative.

Rochester Business Connections
Discovery Call- "Content Marketer and Creator of the "CAN" System| Ben Albert"

Rochester Business Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 27:34


Real Hits #9- Discovery Call- "Content Marketer and Creator of the "CAN" System| Ben Albert" - LEARN MORE and SUBSCRIBE to Discovery Call: https://www.daniellehamlet.com/post/content-marketer-and-creator-of-the-can-system-ben-albert Connect with Dani on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/podcastwithdani/ - Listen to all episodes of the Real Business Connections Network... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6GIUXbsHXx0OSgPFED1sg8?si=2eOy5F8sQLm6JR2vHOUuIw Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rochester-business-connections/id1537115928 - Follow me... Facebook https://www.facebook.com/balbertmarketing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realbenalbert Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/balbertmarketing/ - OUR WEBSITE: https://www.rochesternypodcast.com Real Hits is made possible by https://www.balbertmarketing.com

Our Big Dumb Mouth
OBDM970 - Hollow Earth: Inner Earth UFOs and Area 51 | Domestic Terros Problems| FedEx Anti-Missile System

Our Big Dumb Mouth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 99:08


Joe, Mike, and Cretched join the show / Joe is moving / Hollow Earth: The Story of Colonel Billie Faye Woodard / Below Aera 51 / Atomic Testing and Inner Earth / Trying to get back to Inner Earth through the Artic / New Domestic Terror Unit / Ted Cruz Questions the FBI /  FoxNews Kennedy and Robin Sage exercise / White House Fencing / Cretched went to Arby's / Guy Duke of Hazards his car / FedEx wants anti-missile systems / End Hollow Earth: Colonel Billie Faye Woodard https://www.ourhollowearth.com/ColBillieFayeWoodard.htm Hollow Earth Monument https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/hollow-earth-monument Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. ▀▄▀▄▀ CONTACT LINKS ▀▄▀▄▀ ► Phone: 614-388-9109 ► Skype: ourbigdumbmouth ► Website: http://obdmpod.com ► Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/obdmpod ► DLive: https://dlive.tv/obdm ► Full Videos at Odysee: https://odysee.com/@obdm:0 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/obdmpod ► Instagram: obdmpod ► Email: ourbigdumbmouth at gmail ► RSS: http://ourbigdumbmouth.libsyn.com/rss ► iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/our-big-dumb-mouth/id261189509?mt=2 ▀▄▀▄▀ DONATE LINKS ▀▄▀▄▀ ► Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/obdm ► Subscribe Star: https://www.subscribestar.com/obdm ► Crypto: https://streamlabs.com/ourbigdumbmouth/tip send obdm bitcoin: 14DGZFByT5U35ZVVvo9SpzbJV6bHuNVJRa send obdm ether: 0x9A16c85CcB3A1B3c8073376b316Cd45F4B359413 send obdm steller: GB3LGRWRLLPCWPKJSYNGMUQIZWCQ35UD3LCQIZJRPTFJOHHM7G4AOOKI send obmd DogeCoin: D6XLEX89ybc55B4eQqz4cyfoctSaorFK9w

Bull & Fox
Trent Green says I still believe if Baker continues to buy into Stefanski's system, he can have success and be long-term answer

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 19:48


Trent Green talks about the NFL Playoff matchups including Steelers-Chiefs and Raiders-Bengals, Tom Brady's MVP-caliber play at the age of 44, why he still believes that Baker Mayfield can be the answer for the Browns and more.

Who's Counting with Cleta Mitchell
Ned Jones: Businessman, citizen volunteer, and patriot, describing how he discovered the startling infiltration by leftist entities in our election system

Who's Counting with Cleta Mitchell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022


After the November 2020 election, Ned Jones began asking questions about how elections really work. He wondered who influences the election officials, who does business with the election offices, who are the vendors and contractors and are any of those influences and entities political in nature. What he discovered is a web of entities, both nonprofit […]

The Podcast On Podcasting
Ep143: How To Simplify Your Podcasting System - Kevin Brenner

The Podcast On Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 35:44


Whatever business you are in, it is important that you have a clear view of your process and who you are dealing with. Dive in as Kevin Brenner shares his insights on how to automate your podcasting to streamline your process, connect with guests, and key takeaways to develop show notes.    WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Simplifying your podcasting process  Is it a smart idea to do a pre-interview call? Ways to create an impressive show notes Should you seek post-production and marketing support? Powerful tips to get started with podcasting     RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Zapier  Calendly  Zoom  ClickUp  Canva Alitu  Headliner   ABOUT KEVIN BRENNER  Kevin Brenner is a University of Miami graduate with a Bachelors in Atmospheric Science and top Pentagon Air Force meteorologist, Kevin is not your typical Wall Street fund manager. Rather than pursue an expensive finance degree, Kevin spent years meticulously educating himself in every facet of multifamily real estate from syndications to underwriting to fund management. Apart from serving his country, Kevin is a well-recognized investor, coach, mentor, and host of the top-rated Active Duty Passive Income Podcast. With over 250,000+ downloads worldwide, Kevin's growing influence and network in the real estate space has helped him expand his personal multifamily portfolio. A passionate educator, Kevin is Active Duty Passive Income's Director of Single-Family Education where he coaches over 150+ military real estate investors on how to succeed in real estate.    CONNECT WITH KEVIN Website: Nimbus Capital Podcast: The Active Duty Passive Income Podcast IG: @investorkev LinkedIn: Kevin Brenner   Special shout out to Cityside Capital! You just got 1 entry into getting our services at no cost for leaving an honest rating and review this month of January! Kindly get in touch with us at team@growyourshow.com to get more chances of winning.  “True value! The value that Adam provides is UNMATCHED!! I appreciate the willingness to share the tips and tricks that make a podcast go. Thank you!” To learn more on how to win our awesome packages, listen to our 100th episode:  Ep100: What Your Podcast Can Do For Your Business (Special Episode)   CONNECT WITH US Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams! If you are looking to upgrade your podcast equipment or get your inexpensive mic that works great, go to Growyourshow.com/pdf

The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show
246-Android Sanitization

The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 42:05


This week I discuss Android sanitization without custom ROMs, unlocked boot-loaders, or rooted devices. You may be surprised how easily you can make any Android device more private and secure. Direct support for this podcast comes from our privacy services, online training, and new book: Open Source Intelligence Techniques (9th Edition). More details can be found at IntelTechniques.com. Your support eliminates any ads, sponsors, endorsements, Patreon, donations, or commercial influence on this show. Listen to ALL episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html SHOW NOTES: INTRO: https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2021/12/27/appreciation-for-the-smartphone/ NEWS & UPDATES: Book Discounts PayPal Cell Requirements ANDROID SANITIZATION: ADB Installation: Linux: sudo apt update && sudo apt install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot Mac: brew install android-platform-tools Windows: choco install adb USB Debugging: Settings > About Phone > Build Number (x7) Settings > System > Advanced > Developer Options > Enable > USB Debugging > Enable ADB Test: adb devices List all packages: adb shell pm list packages --user 0 List specific packages: adb shell pm list package --user 0 | grep 'google' Uninstall a package for primary user: adb shell pm uninstall -k --user 0 com.google.android.youtube Reinstall a package for primary user: adb shell cmd package install-existing com.google.android.youtube Disable a package for primary user: adb shell pm disable-user --user 0 com.google.android.youtube Reenable a package for primary user: adb shell pm enable com.google.android.youtube Google services and apps examples: Google Services: com.google.android.gsf Google Play: com.google.android.gms Google Store: com.android.vending Google Carriers: com.google.android.ims Google Speech: com.google.android.tts Google Telemetry: com.google.mainline.telemetry Google Photos: com.google.android.apps.photos Google Maps: com.google.android.apps.maps Google Calendar: com.google.android.calendar Google Contacts: com.google.android.contacts Google Messages: com.google.android.apps.messaging Google Dialer: com.google.android.dialer Google Keyboard: com.google.android.inputmethod.latin Gmail: com.google.android.gm Youtube: com.google.android.youtube Simple Tools: https://www.simplemobiletools.com Extract and Install Example: adb shell pm path com.android.gallery3d adb pull /product/app/Gallery2/Gallery2.apk adb install --user 0 Gallery2.apk Secondary Profiles: adb shell pm list packages --user 10 adb shell pm list package --user 10 | grep 'google' adb install --user 10 adb shell pm uninstall -k --user 10 com.google.android.youtube adb shell cmd package install-existing --user 10 com.google.android.youtube adb shell pm disable-user --user 10 com.google.android.youtube adb shell pm enable --user 10 com.google.android.youtube Free Workbooks: https://inteltechniques.com/links.html Affiliate Links: ProtonVPN: https://go.getproton.me/aff_c?offer_id=26&aff_id=1519&url_id=282 ProtonMail: https://go.getproton.me/aff_c?offer_id=26&aff_id=1519&url_id=267 SimpleLogin Masked Email: https://simplelogin.io?slref=osint Silent Pocket Bags & Wallets: https://slnt.com/discount/IntelTechniques Privacy.com: https://privacy.com/join/ADK9W

Felix Cartal - Weekend Workout
Weekend Workout 251

Felix Cartal - Weekend Workout

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 60:17


Weekend Workout 251 01. Jamie Roy x Huxley x DJ Rae - Fantasy 02. Eli Brown - Insomniac 03. Mosimann - Play 04. Rag N Bone Man - Fall in Love Again (Claptone Extended Mix) 05. Fred Again.. - Tate (How I Feel) 06. Paul Oakenfold, ZHU & Velvet Cash - I'm Into It 07. Samii - Still Right 08. Sultan + Shepard - Indigo 09. Virak - More Than (Junior Jack Rework) 10. System.Inc, Jax Jones & Stefflon Don - The Don 11. Camoufly - Told U So 12. Model Man - Don't Cry feat. Hamzaa (TSHA Remix) 13. Felix Cartal - Over It (Felix Cartal's Sunset Mix) 14. Duke Dumont - Together (Felix Cartal Edit) 15. Petter - Some Polyphony 16. Shouse - Love Tonight (Franky Wah Extended Mix)

Ropedrop & Parkhop: Helping you Dream, Plan and Do Disneyland
31. Genie, You're Free! (But Genie+ Isn't!) - We Help You Understand Disneyland's New "Skip-The-Line" System!

Ropedrop & Parkhop: Helping you Dream, Plan and Do Disneyland

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 42:16


Genie, you're free! - Disney's Aladdin In December, Disneyland introduced their new "skip-the-line" system, Genie+. In today's episode, we break it down to help you understand it - how it works, cost, benefits, what ISN'T included (that part is important!).  We also briefly discuss Genie - the virtual assistant that is available to everyone (at no cost) in the Disneyland app. We think this new system has some kinks to be worked out, but we're hopeful it will be awesome once it's been fine tuned! Do we recommend purchasing Genie+? We aren't sure yet - but we want you to be able to make this decision for yourself if you have a Disneyland trip coming up! If you haven't already, please SUBSCRIBE, RATE and REVIEW! (Thanks Spotify for allowing ratings now!!) And give us a follow on the old IG: @ropedrop.parkhop

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
An Effort to Radically Alter the American Electoral System

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 40:55


The Christian Outlook – January 15, 2022 Georgene Rice and Zack Smith, of the Heritage Foundation, talk about Democrat efforts to federalize election rules, taking that right away from individual states and Dr. Albert Mohler explains how this looks like some sort of Hail Marry pass or move of desperation. Don Kroah talks with Mat Staver, of Liberty Counsel, about OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is trying to force private employers to vaccinate their employees and Kevin McCullough turns to Charmaine Yoest, of the Heritage Foundation, asking if the president has this much power. John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with author Stephen Mansfield about record numbers of workers quitting their jobs in what some call The Great Resignation. Don Kroah turns to Hedia Mirahmadi to talk about religious freedom and some of the disturbing trends here at home and across the world. Bob Burney talks about the tests and trials many of us have faced in the past two years including, but certainly not limited to the pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Expounded Universe – System Mastery
Expounded Universe 196 – The Butler Did It

Expounded Universe – System Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022


Well, this generally acceptable (and again, selected entirely off the title) book just succeeded in making us madder than every one of these Star Wars books since The Consent Gun […]

On Friar, A San Diego Sports Wrap Podcast
Padres Prospects: How Deep is San Diego's System in 2022, Really?

On Friar, A San Diego Sports Wrap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 59:01


For half a decade the Padres minor league system has been touted as one of the best in baseball. Then they dipped in big time with trades for high-profile players. So, how deep is it now and can it help in 2022? The hosts talk with Padres prospect guru John Conniff to get a read on the current state of affairs with the Friars farmhands.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Launch Angle
Ep 158 | ZiPS w/ Dan Szymborski

Launch Angle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 57:07


Rob's out but Dan is in this week as Jeff and Van talk to the creator of ZiPS about his projection system, what goes into it, and why we should trust it. The guys also talk some players in ADP including Brandon Crawford, Mitch Garver, Patrick Sandoval, and more!

Blogging Your Passion Podcast
My 90 Day Power System: Time Management for Online Entrepreneurs

Blogging Your Passion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 19:28


On this episode, you'll discover:- Why setting ANNUAL goals rarely work and what to do INSTEAD- My "10 Magic Questions" I ask myself every 90 days to stay FOCUSED- How to design your IDEAL WEEK (Especially when you have a day job)- What "Timeboxing" means and how to use it!- PLUS get access to a workbook!- And much much more!BONUS: Have you grabbed your FREE copy of my new book, Your Message Matters? Just go to: https://go.marketyourmessage.com/freebookWhat's Next? Whenever you're ready... here are 3 ways I can help you: Step 1. Get the Book Your Message Matters Book: https://jmill.biz/MqjYJPStep 2. Discover Your MessageTake the 14-Day Discover Your Message Challenge: https://jmill.biz/pfeonPStep 3. Get Personal Help & Mentoring Apply to Jonathan's Mentoring Program: https://jmill.biz/pNzhrB

Love Your Work
270. My Cooking System

Love Your Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 14:11


Systems save energy. Especially if the system helps you with something you do every day. This is why I have a system for cooking. When you're hungry, you make bad decisions, such as grabbing the quickest food you can find – which often happens to be unhealthy food. My cooking system ensures I never have to think about what to eat, or how to prepare it. It frees my time and my mind, so I can focus on creating. A little disclaimer before I begin: I'm not suggesting you eat what I eat. I have a mysterious chronic illness and am sensitive to damn near everything. This particular diet is optimized for very specific things that apply to me. If you build a system for yourself, you might want to eat something different. The basic principles still apply. Three principles of a cooking system My cooking system is based upon three principles: Batch what you can To batch, prepare what you can beforehand. You save time and energy, and – since many of your ingredients are already ready – you have a healthy meal in no time. As I'll explain in a bit, in my system, I cut and store vegetables beforehand. This is a little extra work up-front than cutting vegetables before any one meal, but over the course of several meals, it's less time and hassle. You sometimes have to make compromises for the sake of a system. Pre-cut vegetables are ever-so-slightly less tasty and fresh than vegetables you've just cut, but cutting in advance is still a net-positive. Never run out A good system prevents emergencies. After a long day, you don't want to suddenly discover you have no food, or are missing a crucial ingredient. Even if you had the energy to do so, it would be a waste to run to the grocery store. But you probably don't have that energy, so you'll probably order delivery – and that delivery food will not be as healthy as a home-cooked meal would have been, and will cost more. My system is designed to never run out of ingredients. I know the minimum amount of each ingredient I can have before its time to order more. I also know my ingredients won't go bad because I've had them too long. As you use your system, pay attention to just how perishable your regular ingredients are. How long can you keep them? At what minimum supply is it time to order more, so you won't run out? For example, I have two jars of coconut oil. When I run out of the first, coconut oil goes on my shopping list. I know I'll buy again before I run out of the second jar. Monotony first (variety later) To start your cooking system, make the same things every single meal. Through repetition, you can gradually sprinkle in variety. Many people think this sounds boring. “I could never do that,” they say. “I could never eat the same thing every meal!” Well, you don't have to. Eating the same thing every meal is only temporary. It allows you to put together the pieces of your cooking system, such as how often you'll order ingredients, and what compromises you're willing to make to have ingredients ready. Making the same things with the same ingredients and the same processes gives you one opportunity after another to optimize your system. When you run out of ingredients or they go bad, you learn how often you need to order. You can also experiment with different processes, and learn how different trade-offs affect the quality of what you cook. Once you have the building blocks of a system in place, you can start adding in variety. Through many iterations of my cooking system, I no longer eat the exact same thing every meal. Many components, such as the vegetables, garnishes, spices, or proteins, can easily be substituted in the same processes to make different dishes. Many people think they couldn't eat the same thing every meal, but then they continue to do what I used to do: Wait until I was famished, then desperately look for whatever food I could find to shove in my mouth – making bad decisions in the process. If you do this, too, don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. You don't have to eat the same things forever. Try it for a while, then mix in some variety. Categories of ingredients While you may not want to eat my exact diet, there are categories of ingredients that are nearly universal: protein, vegetables, spices, and garnish. Here's how those apply to my cooking system. Protein I eat a variety of meat-based protein sources. I mostly alternate between ground beef and ground pork, but I also occasionally eat ground turkey. My butcher in Colombia has both beef and pork, and packs them into bags of individual serving sizes. I stack them up in my freezer. At the end of each day, I take a couple packs from the freezer, and transfer them to the fridge. The packs are thin enough, they'll be thawed by the next day. Vegetables The main vegetable in my system is zucchini. I eat a lot of zucchini. My other staple vegetables are carrots, red bell peppers, mushrooms, cucumbers, and celery. Variability in the sizes of zucchinis has had a big effect on my cooking system. The zucchinis in Colombia are not like Whole Foods, in the U.S., where every zucchini is pretty much the exact same. When I am in the U.S., I can quickly enough make zucchini noodles on-demand with a small handheld spiralizer. But since there's so much variance in zucchini thickness in Colombia, I use a table-top spiralizer, and store the noodles in a container. You can also buy pre-cut zucchini noodles at some grocery stores, generally not in Colombia, so I'll sometimes buy these if they're available and I'm feeling lazy. Carrots, I spiralize if they're big enough for the table-top spiralizer. Otherwise, they're cut down to a small size that can cook quickly. The bell peppers and mushrooms are also cut down to size for cooking. Celery is cut into short sticks for garnish. Cucumbers are cut into half-moons, separated from the seeds for longer storage. Spices By changing the spices in a dish, you can totally change the flavor. But, I have one go-to spice mix that I make over and over. It's a taco mix from a keto cookbook, consisting of chili powder, non-sugar sweetener, salt, black pepper, and some other spices. I fill a Tupperware container with the mix every few weeks. Each time I make the mix, I pay attention to my supply of each of those spices, and put on my shopping list any which are low. This way, I never run out of key spices. Garnish I already mentioned that I garnish my dish with cut celery and cucumber, but I have other things I use in each meal. First, I put on a seed mixture. It's made of various high-fat seeds: hemp, sunflower, and pumpkin seeds, and sometimes flax seeds. Then, I put on oil. It's usually coconut oil. Sometimes it's flax oil. Less often, it's olive or sunflower oil. My body hates me if I eat a carb, so these seeds and oils help add fat to my dishes, which gives me hard-to-find calories, and helps keep me in ketosis. I also get some extra calories (and fat) by accompanying each meal with avocado. This is as freshly-cut as possible – unless there is some left over from a prior meal. Avocados are just a little too perishable to systematize much, though I've gotten better at identifying ripe ones through the avocado challenge I talked about on episode 245. Starches Honorable mention goes to the starches category. As I said, my body hates carbs, but starches would be a key part of a cooking system for most people. You could use a rice-cooker, and always have hot rice available. Pasta would be a little more work, as it wouldn't be too good if you didn't cook it fresh every time. The same probably goes for potatoes or sweet potatoes. Then again, you might be able to make all these starches in a rice cooker, which could save a lot of time. My cooking process Now that I've talked about the principles and categories of my cooking system, here's the process I follow. As I talk about some of the decisions I've made in this system, you'll get an idea of how you can build your own system. Step 1: Begin cooking protein To begin, I start the burner and put the pan on the stove. I pull a bag of meat out of the fridge, slice it open, and put the meat on the pan. I then put some of my spice mix on the meat, turn it over, and turn up the heat a bit. I want to burn some of the spices onto the ground meat, for extra flavor. Step 2: Take out other ingredients Through repetition, I've figured out the exact order to do each step in my system. Notice that I started the burner first. That gives it a little time to heat up, while I'm removing the meat and unpacking it to cook. It takes time to take so many containers of ingredients out of the fridge, so I do that after I've started cooking the meat. Step 3: Begin cooking “round 1” vegetables I could add all my vegetables at the same time, but then they wouldn't each be optimally cooked. So, I take the extra effort to add my vegetables in “rounds,” based upon how long they will take to cook. At this point, I add my “round 1” vegetables: mushrooms, and if my carrots are sliced and not spiralized, I'll also add them. Otherwise, they get added later, which I'll explain in a later step. Step 4: Prepare plate with garnishes While the meat and first round of vegetables are cooking, I prepare the plate, with garnishes. I take a plate out of the cabinet, and add some celery and cucumber to the edge of the plate. Step 5: Break up protein, and add “round 2” vegetables Now that the meat and round 1 vegetables have cooked a bit – while I prepared the plate – I break up the ground meat, and stir it up with the vegetables. I then add the “round 2” vegetables, which is usually just sliced up red bell peppers. Step 6: Cut avocado While the red bell peppers are cooking, I cut an avocado, and add half of it to the plate as garnish. Step 7: Add “round 3” vegetables Finally, I add the “round 3” vegetables. This is my zucchini noodles and – if the carrots were large enough to make noodles – my carrot noodles. Since carrots and zucchinis are of different consistencies, the carrot noodles are sliced thinner than the zucchini noodles. This way, I can add both at the same time, and they will both cook to the right point, in parallel. I've been cooking without a cover on the pan this whole time (otherwise the dish would get too watery). But at this point, I cover it, so the noodles get steamed by the trapped moisture. Step 8: Serve Within a couple minutes, the round 3 vegetables have steamed, and all the other ingredients have cooked to their perfect points in the meantime. While that was happening, I've put a glass of water on the table, and grabbed a fork. I've gotten a measuring spoon and my seed mixture ready, and I've gotten the oils ready, too. I serve the entire contents of the pan onto my plate, add my seeds and oils, and I'm ready to eat. Clean up Clean up after this is easy, because I do this all in a single pan. I'm mindful of health effects of my cooking materials, and it seems every one is potentially problematic: Teflon is toxic; once aluminum is in your body, you can't get it out; ceramic-coated cookware doesn't last; and materials that are already in our diets, such as copper or iron, may impart too much of those substances into your food. That leaves stainless steel, but then you're eating nickel. Thus, I use a “21/0”, nickel-free stainless steel pan. This could be the wrong choice for some reason I'm not aware of, but I'm trying. “But I like grocery shopping/cooking” Many people object to this cooking system, saying they actually like grocery shopping, so don't want to do less of it, and that they actually like cooking. You don't have to cut down on anything you don't like to follow a system – just design your system accordingly. This is my default meal, and I can always make it when I want to use my time and energy thinking about something else – such as writing my next book. But, I sometimes make a new recipe, and I have a grab-bag of other recipes I make if and when I want variety – which turns out is not terribly often. When friends hear about my system, they often ask what my partner thinks of it. She actually loves it. I left her out of my description of the process, but when we make this together for dinner, we're like poetry in motion – our moves are perfectly coordinated, with me cooking things as she cuts vegetables or takes containers out of the fridge. She has grown to like it so much that when I'm not in town, she follows the same system. Start your cooking system Hopefully this gets you thinking about how the processes you follow affect how you use your time and energy, and the decisions you make about what to eat. (A special thanks to Nelson Quest, who once made a YouTube video that no longer exists, which inspired this system.) Mind Management, Not Time Management now in hardcover! Mind Management, Not Time Management has now sold 10,000 copies! Order your hardcover "souvenir" from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your favorite bookstore. About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. Follow David on: Twitter Instagram Facebook YouTube Subscribe to Love Your Work Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Stitcher YouTube RSS Email Support the show on Patreon Put your money where your mind is. Patreon lets you support independent creators like me. Support now on Patreon »   Show notes: http://kadavy.net/blog/posts/my-coooking-system/

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
13.01.2022 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 9:43


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Human Rights Watch kritisiert Umgang mit Autokratien Human Rights Watch hat demokratische Länder für die Zusammenarbeit mit autoritären Herrschern kritisiert. Oft unterstützten sie autokratische Systeme, um Migration zu unterbinden, den Terrorismus zu bekämpfen oder für vermeintliche Stabilität zu sorgen, anstatt demokratische Prinzipien zu verteidigen, erklärte die Menschenrechtsorganisation anlässlich der Vorstellung ihres Jahresberichts in Genf. So lieferten etwa die USA weiter Waffen an Ägypten und Saudi-Arabien, obwohl US-Präsident Joe Biden eine menschenrechtsbasierte Außenpolitik versprochen habe. Iran und Venezuela ohne UN-Stimmrecht Der Iran, Venezuela und eine Reihe weiterer Staaten haben ihre Stimmrechte in der UN-Generalversammlung wegen Zahlungsrückständen vorübergehend verloren. Generalsekretär António Guterres teilte mit, der Iran müsse umgerechnet mindestens 16,1 Millionen Euro und Venezuela 34,8 Millionen Euro zahlen, um in dem größten UN-Organ wieder mitbestimmen zu können. Auch der Sudan und die Republik Kongo verloren ihr Stimmrecht. Nach UN-Regularien wird jenen Staaten das Recht darauf entzogen, deren Schulden der Höhe ihrer Mitgliedsbeiträge der vergangenen zwei Jahre entsprechen oder höher sind. Französisch-iranische Wissenschaftlerin wieder in Haft Die im Iran verurteilte Anthropologin Fariba Adelkhah ist wieder in das berüchtigte Evin-Gefängnis bei Teheran gebracht worden. Die französische Regierung reagierte empört und forderte die sofortige Freilassung der 62-jährigen Franko-Iranerin. Ihre erneute Inhaftierung sei "rein politisch und willkürlich" und werde sich negativ auf die Beziehungen zwischen Paris und Teheran auswirken, so ein Sprecher des Außenministeriums. Adelkhah war 2019 festgenommen und im Jahr darauf zu fünf Jahren Haft wegen Propaganda gegen das System verurteilt worden. Seit Oktober 2020 stand sie unter Hausarrest. Urteil im Al-Khatib-Prozess erwartet Vor dem Oberlandesgericht im rheinland-pfälzischen Koblenz wird an diesem Donnerstag das Urteil im weltweit ersten Prozess um Staatsfolter in Syrien erwartet. Dem Angeklagten werden unter anderem Mord in 30 Fällen und Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit vorgeworfen. Unter seiner Führung sollen vor zehn Jahren im berüchtigten Al-Khatib-Gefängnis in Damaskus mindestens 4000 Häftlinge mit Schlägen, Tritten und Elektroschocks gefoltert worden sein. Die Bundesanwaltschaft fordert lebenslange Haft und die Feststellung der besonderen Schwere der Schuld. Die Verteidigung plädiert auf Freispruch. Nigeria hebt Twitter-Sperre auf Nach rund sieben Monaten hat der nigerianische Präsident Mohammadu Buhari den Kurzmitteilungsdienst Twitter wieder zugelassen. Laut Medienberichten hatte das Unternehmen zuvor Bedingungen erfüllt. Unter anderem gehe es dabei um die Besteuerung nach nigerianischem Recht und den Umgang mit verbotenen Veröffentlichungen. Twitter war in Nigeria im Juni "bis auf weiteres" abgeschaltet worden. Die EU, die USA und andere kritisierten das Vorgehen damals scharf. Twitter ist im bevölkerungsreichsten Staat Afrikas beliebt: Fast 40 Millionen der insgesamt 200 Millionen Einwohner haben ein Twitter-Konto. Aus für "goldene Pässe" in Bulgarien Die neue bulgarische Regierung hat das Ende der Vergabe sogenannter goldener Pässe angekündigt. Das Kabinett von Ministerpräsident Kiril Petkow begründete den Schritt damit, dass das 2013 eingeführte Programm nicht wie beabsichtigt zu bedeutenden Investitionen in die bulgarische Wirtschaft geführt habe. Die EU-Kommission hatte die Praxis der Vergabe von Staatsbürgerschaften gegen finanzielle Zusagen lange kritisiert und ihr Ende gefordert. 2020 leitete sie deshalb ein Vertragsverletzungsverfahren gegen Zypern und Malta ein. Im Juni drohte die Brüsseler Behörde auch Bulgarien mit einem Verfahren. Cyberattacke auf US-Haftanstalt Ein Hackerangriff hat ein Gefängnis im US-Bundesstaat New Mexico lahmgelegt. Laut Gerichtsdokumenten wurden vergangene Woche die Sicherheitskameras sowie das automatische Türsystem der Haftanstalt im Bezirk Bernalillo außer Betrieb gesetzt. Auch andere öffentliche Einrichtungen in der Region nahe der Großstadt Albuquerque waren von dem Angriff betroffen. Unbekannte Erpresser hatten offenbar die Festplatten der Computer mit einer sogenannten Ransomware verschlüsselt. Ob sie auch Lösegeld gefordert haben, wurde nicht bekannt.

Trueface
Benj Miller // Catching Up With Friends Before We Push Off

Trueface

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 67:20


On this episode of the Trueface podcast, Robby is with Benj Miller.  Benj is a proven entrepreneur who values character, culture, and innovation. He founded his first company 15 years ago as the strategist and visionary behind Syrup Marketing, where he has launched hundreds of brands for clients -- and seven additional operating companies of his own. He is now the Chief Architect & Co-Founder at System & Soul. System and Soul helps growth-minded leaders strengthen the systems and soul of their business.Benj Is Married to Erica and had 4 kids. Benj's mission in life is to Use his curiosity to help others find perspectiveRobby and Benj catch up as two friends and discuss what they are processing heading into a new year. This is a special and helpful example of two friends connecting deeply.You can pick up the Clarity Field Guide at this link: https://www.amazon.com/Clarity-Field-Guide-Answers-Else/dp/1636800033/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=the%20clarity%20field%20guide&qid=1608207993&sr=8-4Support the show (https://trueface.givingfuel.com/buildtrust)

The Jesse Kelly Show
TV: The System Hates You

The Jesse Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 43:02


Notice how when things start to go bad for the left, the entire system of institutions colludes to protect them? Jesse Kelly has a perfect recent example of this. He also reveals new information about how a key member of the Biden administration colluded with the National School Boards Association to weaponize the Department of Justice against conservatives. Plus, Marjorie Taylor Greene joins the show with an update on the DC Gulag, while Christina Pushaw provides takeaways from Governor Ron DeSantis' state of state address.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Worst Idea Of All Time Podcast
And Just Like That... Part 6 (w/ Olivia Deeble)

Worst Idea Of All Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 66:30


Tim and Guy are joined by the wickedly talented Olivia Deeble (Home & Away, Secret Society of Second-Born Royals, More Than This). Olivia has been watching the series and asks the very valid question... What exactly is the timeline of this show!? Does each character live on their own? Carrie has an insane relationship to property, Miranda is struggling with her sexual identity (and her best friends), Charlotte is making some sort of an effort with her children, Samantha continues to be dragged into this project. Steve is MIA and this is frankly, unacceptable. Also in this XXL episode, the physics of ice in whiskey and Guy's Hand-up System get intense scrutiny. The trio ultimately decide acting in AJLT is Overall Good, the directing is Overall Inconsistent and every out-of-work Broadway actor is, Overall In This Show (INCLUDING JONATHAN GROFF). SPOILER ALERT - Tim discusses the Matrix in this episode.OLIVIA DEEBLE: Insta (@OliviaDeeble)MUSIC CREDIT: Intro - People Need Goals / Outro - ampersandschwa See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

This Is Hell!
Carbon dominance / Jeff Nesbit

This Is Hell!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 91:37


Jeff Nesbit on his article "How Big Oil Rigs the System to Keep Winning," co-written with Naomi Oreskes for Covering Climate Now / Gizmodo, and in a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen surrenders to his happy place. https://gizmodo.com/how-big-oil-rigs-the-system-to-keep-winning-1848180128

The CyberWire
The US and EU seek to shore up cybersecurity as Russo-Ukraininan tensions run high. NIST updates secure system standards. Ransomware exploits Log4shell. Dog bites man: fraud in social media.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 27:24


The US issues an alert over the prospect of Russian cyberattacks, and the EU begins a series of stress tests, both in apparent response to concerns over the prospect of a Russian attack on Ukraine. NIST updates its guidance on Engineering Trustworthy Secure Systems. NIght Sky ransomware exploits Log4shell. Phishing afflicts a hotel chain. Carole Theriault examines international efforts to stop digital fraud. Ben Yelin fon Seattle Police Faking Radio Chatter. And we're shocked, shocked, to learn of fraud and piracy on a social media platform.  For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/8

What Bitcoin Did
The Broken Political System with Morgan Harper

What Bitcoin Did

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 59:00


“This decentralized power concept is very important… the reason why we have the democracy issues, the reason why we haven't seen broader economic opportunity is because we do have this concentration of economic power.”— Morgan HarperLocation: New YorkDate: Friday 10th DecemberProject: Democratic primary for 2022 US Senate election in OhioRole: Democratic candidate It is a common refrain that US politics is broken: a two-party system limiting serious debate, corporations corrupting politics via PACs and lobbyists, media monetizing rage, a polarised electorate demonizing the opposition. The themes are well worn, but nothing seems to change.At the same time, society is beset by a growing list of material issues: rising inequality, a squeezed middle class, unprecedented levels of debt, impacts of technology on jobs, climate change, the rise of China, etc. etc. etc. There are strong grounds to suggest that such issues can only be only mitigated or solved through coordinated action managed by the government. There are equally persuasive arguments that rather than fix things, the government actually exacerbates problems. If we are to start to repair society, we need to fix politics. This starts with having politicians citizens can trust, politicians that are informed, politicians not beholden to corporations, politicians that make decisions based firmly on the merit of an argument. Cynicism is justified, but it does seem there is a new cohort of budding representatives on both sides of the political spectrum who want to bring such change.In this interview, I talk to former senior advisor at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and prospective Democratic candidate for the 2022 US Senate election in Ohio, Morgan Harper. We discuss her political motivations, removing corporate money from politics, how Bitcoin can help level the playing field, and taking politics out of policy.This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyBlockFi - The future of Bitcoin financial servicesSportsbet.io - Online sportsbook & casino that accepts BitcoinCasa - The leading provider of Bitcoin multisig key security.Ledger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletCompass Mining - Bitcoin mining & hostingLVL - Bank on BitcoinBCB Group - Global digital financial Services-----WBD448 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

The Daily Zeitgeist
Girl Scout Cookie Conspiracy, Florida Lies People Dies 1.11.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 67:08


In episode 1061, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Teresa Lee to discuss WHY ISN'T BIDEN DOING ANYTHING ABOUT MANDATES? Because corporations, fool, Florida Low Death Rate Stories Continue to Persist Even Though We Know How They're Hacking the System, Girl Scout Cookie Season Is Here, And It's Different Depending Where You Live and more! WHY ISN'T BIDEN DOING ANYTHING ABOUT MANDATES? Because corporations, fool Flight Attendants: Vax Mandate Could ‘Save Someone' From Mask-Mad Passengers Florida Low Death Rate Stories Continue to Persist Even Though We Know How They're Hacking the System Girl Scout Cookie Season Is Here, And It's Different Depending Where You Live LISTEN: Troupeau bleu by Cortex You Can Tell Me Anything Podcast Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Murder, Mystery & Makeup
Mitrice Richardson - Police Cover Up? The System Failed

Murder, Mystery & Makeup

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 49:24


Hi Friends! I wanted to talk about Mitrice Richardson, I feel like her story is pretty important. Her case got completely dismissed and not taken seriously, WHY?! WHY would they let her leave at 12:30 am without any car, phone, wallet, nothing?!?! Why was she arrested in the first place? Why why why why why. So many why's and not enough answers here. There is also a LOT more to this story but I just couldn't fit it in to one video, this one turned out way longer than expected.  I hope for nothing but love, peace, closure and forgiveness for everyone involved. Mitrice was so young, so beautiful and had so much ahead of her. I pray for healing and love for the family. I also hope one day they can get some kind of closure. I know that doesnt mean much but , every family deserves closure. Have a wonderful day today and I will be seeing you guys very soon. Love you xo Bailey Sarian Also, Mitrice's mother released a book shedding light on her journey to find justice for Mitrice. Please make sure to check it out to help keep Mitrice's story alive. "Mitrice: A Mother's Journey from Despair to Desire" https://fultonbooks.com/books/?book=mitrice P.S. If you haven't already, check me out on YouTube @BaileySarian