Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Irrespective of what your political opinions might be, nevermind, what they are, it's always great to see, like leaders, natural leaders.” 7:16 “Being an Olympic Gold Medalist and player, I like winners. Even in politics, I like winners, both sides. You don't have to like someone's politics to like how good they are.” 7:42“So there's really only two reasons why you lose a volleyball match; you're better and you lose or they're better and you lose.” 19:30“If you want to be the world's best beach volleyball player, I say it all the time, ok, you hit it where they're not.” 27:07“So you wanna get 25% better, stop looking at the ball.” 28:21“You're not trying to dig the ball, you're trying to get in the right spot.” 29:31“There's nothing that happens to you that's not normal and natural.” 32:35“If you try to run away from that, you're kind of running away from yourself, and I don't know if that's gonna work.” 35:57“It's not what happens to you, it's how you interpret it that will get you in trouble all the time.” 40:17“My dad got me to the coaches that were gonna make me better.” 46:03“Competitive greatness is wanting to be there at that moment.” 55:36 Guest Bio - Kent Steffes is one of beach volleyball's all time greats. Hw earned the AVP No. 1 ranking at age 22, the youngest player to do so in the history of the sport. Steffes and Karch Kiraly won the inaugural beach volleyball gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Steffes' career lasted from 1988 until 1999, and in 2020 was inducted into the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame as All-Time Great Male Beach Player Award.Steffes graduated from UCLA in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2000 he enrolled in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford, where he graduated in 2002. He has two children and lives in Los Angeles where he writes and works in the financial industry.Steffes is the co-author of the book Kings of Summer: The Rise of Beach Volleyball, which chronicles the rise of beach volleyball from a 1970s rebel culture to inclusion in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Intro0:32 - Introducing Kent Steffes0:53 - Welcome to Kent1:24 - AVP Beach Volleyball in Fresno During the 90's3:59 - Background in California Politics 7:52 - Attributes of a Winner & Role of MainStream Media11:26 - Where Do You Get Your News?13:40 - 1996: 1st Year for Beach Volleyball in the Olympics 15:45 - Two Best Friends Become Mortal Enemies21:42 - Playing with Karch Kiraly & How to Raise a Champion23:30 - My Kids Play Softball & Football24:02 - Training Competition with Your Kids32:04 - BB Commercial32:13 - Preparation & Acceptance of Anxiety41:28 - Sports are Challenging & Teach Us How to Handle Adversity42:50 - Fascinated with Winning44:53 - Role of Better Coaching48:58 - Concept of Ego Death50:59 - Playing Free & Practicing56:13 - Miles Partain & AVP Ranks57:53 - Stanford Business School & Beach Volleyball Business Plan1:03:20 - Beach Volleyball Player Personalities1:06:37 - Business Plan Can Work for Any Olympic Style Sport1:09:14 - Streaming of Beach Volleyball & College Sports1:13:10 - Kent's Ideal Sports Podcast & Sports Lessons1:15:09 - One Piece of Advice1:19:30 - Where Can People Find You?1:20:52 - WIMTS Closing Links & Where to Find Kent - Book: Kings of Summer by Kent Steffes & Travis MerwhirterNews Sources: Colonel Cassad; Telegram; The Sacker; Mood of Alabama; The Son of the New American RevolutionFB - @Kent Steffes Email - Kent@kentsteffes.comPhone - 310.991.5368
Episode 122: Behold, Its Meaning, And Importance In Living An Authentic Life Show Description: Are you beholding what you desire or fear? Because what you focus on becomes your reality, it's vital to understand what you behold.Top Takeaways:[2:44] What Are You Beholding?[4:19] What Aren't You Seeing Anymore?[6:02] Be Honest With Yourself[7:31] Beholding With A New Perspective[8:51] Moving Forward Beholding Episode Links: Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø React differentlyØ The ego entices Ø Fully present Ø AbundantØ Forgive Ø Describe a penny Ø See the magic Ø Get distracted Ø SynchronicitiesØ You view Ø The truthØ The healing journeyØ Being gentle Ø You becomeØ Your dreams Ø Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
Returning from the biggest conference on digital strategies for the banking industry, James White, industry principal for banks and credit unions at Total Expert, joins Joe Welu to break down the key themes and takeaways from The Financial Brand Forum conference. Tune in as they discuss where banks and credit unions are focusing their attention heading into 2023 and how they can outpace their competitors with a memorable customer and member experience.
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “How many people want to be where I am right now?” 6:57“Anybody looking for motivation from the outside is not the right person to be playing at the highest level, it's gotta come from inside.” 7:16“Here's an owner of the Raiders saying that, ‘You the former players are my family!'” 16:16“Having somebody that believes in you is so powerful.” 29:05“No news is bad news in Hollywood.” 33:20“I would say the great ones need, you know, to be resilient less often because they're dominating, you know, more regularly than the other players.” 34:05“I think that it's fair to say that Heartbreak Ridge has been a tremendous recruiting tool.” 49:56“I don't think there's any organization in the world that can help people optimize themselves, personally like the military can.” 1:02:43“By the way, I'm not fixing this shoulder as a 60 year old for a 60 year old, I'm fixing it for the 80 year old version of me.” 1:19:14“Believe in yourself.” 1:25:27“The hardest a job is to do, the more you have to be able to have fun while you do it, or else it becomes just a burden.” 1:26:43 Guest Bio - Pete Koch is from Long Island, NY, and played football at the University of Maryland, then was drafted to the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1984 Draft. He spent a total of 6 years in the NFL; first with the Bengals, then the Chiefs, and finally landed at the Los Angeles Raiders. He also spent some time in Hollywood as an actor, starring as The Swed in Clint Eastwood's Heartbreak Ridge, and now, he's a fitness professional that works to spread fitness knowledge to aging humans and athletes. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Pete Koch0:48 - Welcome to Pete1:14 - Drafted to Cincinnati Bengals in 1984 from University of Maryland5:53 - Converting Starter Mentality to Backup Mentality9:12 - Los Angeles Raiders & It's Alumni Family17:00 - What's Different in the NFL Today from When You Played?22:04 - From Long Island, NY & Background in Acting31:16 - BB Commercial31:25 - Hearing the Word “No” in Sports & Theater34:05 - Being Great Comes Down to the Details in the Preparation38:38 - Audition for Heartbreak Ridge with Clint Eastwood44:04 - My Role in Heartbreak Ridge 47:21 - Clint Eastwood's Gran Torino 48:42 - Backstory of Heartbreak Ridge & Recruiting Tool for the Marines 52:16 - Power of the Military & Life Lessons Learned from Serving1:03:45 - Physical Fitness & Health Span Discussion1:15:26 - How Do We Stay At Our Best?1:20:34 - Be Your Own Best Health Practitioner 1:25:09 - One Piece of Advice1:31:49 - Thank You1:32:01 - Where Can People Find You?1:32:36 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Pete - IG - @petekochLinkedIn - Pete Koch
Episode 121: Practical Steps To Take To Be Gentle And Live A Graceful Life Show Description: When you're gentle with others, you're living a graceful life. Gentleness is a character trait that allows you to make authentic connections.Top Takeaways:· [2:09] What Exactly Does Being Gentle Mean?· [3:15] Where To Apply Gentleness· [5:00] Examples Of Gentleness· [6:41] Create Boundaries· [7:40] A Character Strength· [9:10] Ways To Be Gentle With Others· [14:11]Gently Moving Forward Episode Links:Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Self-confidence Ø NurtureØ Being kind Ø Be compassionate Ø Your positive qualitiesØ Empathy Ø Emotional baggage Ø Choose flexibilityØ Encouraging someoneØ Period of aweØ Your boundaries Ø Your worthØ ResponsibilityØ Being humbleØ Love for othersØ Connect Ø Actively listen Ø Be patientØ Words have power. Ø CommunicationØ You are groundedØ The magic Ø Cherished connectionØ Flourish Ø Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Everyone is sick now with chronic muliti-system illnesses that our system is not set up to fix.” 1:31“I also found that fast food, the body acts like it's an infection.” 6:14“Even the CDC says that 80% of people have at least one chronic illness due to the involution of the thymus.” 7:44“A peptide is basically a chain of amino acids, right, and if it's longer, by arbitrary definition if it's longer than 40 amino acids, it's a protein and if it's less, it's a peptide.” 9:19“We're finding that emotional stress is probably the worst thing for your immune system, for your aging.” 12:44 “An addiction has to do with inflammation of the brain.” 22:45“The days of just relying on your doctor are gone, you are going to get terrible care.” 27:40“Everything has its place, but they want to give it to everybody.” 30:45“Mass cells are the cells that, one of the cells, or main cell that cause inflammation.” 34:34“If a Doctor says ‘I don't know,' stay with them because I'm telling you that means they're a good doctor.” 39:34“JAMA said it takes, on average, a proven new concept, let's just say peptides, it takes on average 17 years to get accepted into mainstream medicine.” 59:14“One of the best ways to prevent breast cancer, take progesterone. One of the best ways to cause breast cancer, take progestin.” 1:11:50“The number one thing we can do is stay curious about our own health and keep asking questions and finding the right doctors.” -Wendy @1:13:53“Kaiser will bonus a Doctor at the end of the year for the least amount of money they spend on a patient.” 1:18:58“Doctors are miserable, right, in the insurance model, so I mean, they're not really the problem; and they want to get out, but they don't know how.” 1:23:50 Guest Bio - Dr. Holtorf's desire to help those suffering from undiagnosed health concerns stems from his own personal health journey. In medical school, he suffered from terrible fatigue, barely able to function. He was told by numerous specialists that he was depressed or stressed, and simply needed to get more sleep and exercise more. As he discovered a treatment protocol that helped his symptoms, he knew there were many others suffering the same way he had. As a result, he opened centers treating patients with similar issues, who had seen countless physicians only to be told that nothing was wrong with them, yet they felt horrible. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Dr. Kent Holtorf0:47 - Welcome to Dr. Holtorf1:46 - What's the Focus of Your Practice?4:24 - Immune Dysfunction is at the Core of Chronic Illness & Aging8:38 - What is a Peptide?10:38 - Dr. Holtorf's Personal Health Crisis13:58 - Getting to the Root Cause17:23 - Testing & Diagnosing the Thyroid & Uses of T321:18 - STAR Report on Anti-Depressants & Bipolar Patients23:37 - Health Care Reform Discussion29:35 - Guise of ‘Evidence Based Medicine'30:50 - Contrasting Pharmaceutical Drugs & Peptides37:01 - Treating Autistic Kids39:46 - Doctors & How They Use Or Don't Use Available Research45:55 - BB Commercial46:04 - The Keys to Longevity48:02 - Elite Culture & Peptide Access for the Masses49:40 - Type of Patients that Peptides Help59:44 - Practical Ways You Are Informing Other Doctors About Peptides1:01:50 - What Questions Should Patients Be Asking Their Doctors?1:04:17 - Recommendations for Finding Doctors Like You & Politics in Medicine1:07:59 - Hardest Part is Delivering the Peptide1:10:41 - The Hormone Discussion on Progesterone Vs. Progestin1:12:52 - Removing the Ego & Money1:14:38 - How to Connect with Dr. Holtorf1:19:34 - Treating Vets with PTSD1:21:09 - Ask Simple Questions, then Go Find Integrative Medicine1:24:42 - Thank You 1:25:26 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Dr. Kent Holtorf - https://holtorfmed.com/Integrative PeptidesIG - @holtorfmedicalgroup
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I never thought of it as a risk taking job, I just thought of it as a way to keep surfing.” -B @3:42“You sleep better at night after you've had all that exercise.” -B @4:39“I just kinda fell in love with the structure and the, you know, physical aspect of what the military, or at least that military program provided.” -J @6:57“Especially initially one of the big differences is you kind of have to relax a little bit.” -J @17:53“Obviously, ‘Better Medicine' I believe is what they refer to it as, is incredible. The results we've seen from it, fantastic!” -B @30:52“I went to the Holtorf Medical Group and I got a series of different peptides, stem cells, weekley IVs, biweekly IVs sometimes, and everything in conglomeration with each other was really the thing that kind of kick started the healing process for me.” -J @31:40“In the end, the person has to be more important than the profit.” -W @36:48-”If we can't figure out a way to take care of our Veterans, we better quit having wars.” -B quoting John Stewart @38:56“You learn from mistakes and you learn from successes and just soak it all up, that's what life's all about.” -J @1:02:10 Guest Bio -Brian Bielmann is an internationally renowned photographer. With his images gracing more than 150 magazine covers, the pages of 30 books and appearing in iconic magazines like Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, National Geographic and Sports Illustrated, he is recognized worldwide to be a photographer at the very top of his field. He captures the entire surf lifestyle and continues to push the boundaries of photography both above and below the water. Brian was the senior staff photographer for TransWorld Surf Magazine for it's 14 years of existence and is currently the go to guy for Volcom, a manufacturer of surf and lifestyle clothing. Jesse is a Decorated United States Air Force Combat Controller who served as a United States Air Force Veteran with 6 years of Active Duty Special Operations (2011-2017). He also served in Afghanistan and Africa. His other honors include; Army Commendation Medal with Valor, Air Force Commendation Medal (2), Air Force Good Conduct Medal (2), NATO Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Medal, and an Air Force Training Ribbon Medal. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Brian & Jesse Bielmann1:08 - Welcome to Brian & Jesse2:10 - Brian's Risk Taking Career & Famous Surfers He's Photographed6:03 - Jesse's Risk Taking DNA Led Him to Military Service9:18 - Air Force Combat Controller Vs. Navy Seal Roles & Training11:10 - Brian's Perspective on Son's Combat Controller Choice14:40 - Comradery When Deployed 16:46 - Jesse's Service, Deployment, & Reentering Civilian Life 21:26 - Physical Challenges 26:46 - Asking for Help & GoFundMe29:47 - Combat Controller Foundations & Holtorf Medical Group Showed Up32:51 - BB Commercial33:01 - Intro to Peptides & Conscious Capitalism39:08 - How Did the Supportive Surf Community Make Brian Feel?41:59 - Grateful to Be American & Human 44:20 - Jesse's Tattoos & Beads44:54 - 43 Years in Surf Photography & Getting Back into the Water47:47 - Better Medicine is Here!50:53 - Other Holistic Practices53:08 - Brian's Conclusion on Risk Taking Similarities with Jesse57:50 - One Piece of Advice 1:00:19 - Jesse's Advice to a Struggling Teenager1:02:20 - Where Can People Find You?1:04:04 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Brian & Jesse - Combat Control FoundationFirst There FoundationIG - Brian @brianbielmann Email - Jessebielmann@icloud.com
Our team of agents recently attended a personal keynote with real estate coach, Tom Ferry, who gave our people some great tools and motivation for the 2023 real estate market. Join Angela Fisher, Agent Development Director, and Bonnie Le Page, Marketing Director, as they speak to agents from each office about their biggest takeaways and key goals for next year. Tune in to hear from Brandi Nelson (Ames), Nick Polum (Cedar Rapids), Brian Geist (Ankeny). Thomas Payne (Urbandale), and Justin Ver Steeg (Pella).
Episode 120: Why It's Helpful To Cherish The Personal Connections In Your Life Show Description: Cherish your authentic connections with others by learning to deepen those relationships. They're a vital component of living a graceful life.Top Takeaways:[2:58] Defining Personal Connections[5:20] Overcoming Loneliness1. [6:05] Reach Out To Others2. [6:43] Take Bold Action3. [7:26] Be Of Service[7:35] How To Make Lasting Human Connections1. [8:35] Communicate Consciously2. [9:26] Be Fully Present3. [10:23] Show You Care By Staying In Touch4. [11:31]Be Open And Vulnerable5. [12:25] Be Compassionate And Empathetic6. [13:25] Respond From Your Heart7. [14:40] Be Your Authentic Self8. [14:59] Be Open-Minded9. [15:54] Be Grateful For Your Cherished Relationships10. [16:45] Consciously Choose To Love Unconditionally[18:00] Moving Forward Cherishing Your Connections Episode Links:Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Fulfilling lifeØ Love language Ø FriendsØ Be humbleØ Connection Ø More resilientØ Human connection Ø Not belongingØ Your empoweredØ Most courageous Ø Take deliberate actionØ Serving others Ø Leave your comfort zoneØ Effective communicationØ Pay attention Ø Indulge in self-careØ Patient with othersØ Compassion and empathy Ø Listen with your heart Ø Encouragement Ø WithholdingØ Be grateful Ø Use your creativity Ø PossibilitiesØ Get in touch with meØ Support the show
On this episode, Linda and Dana share their biggest takeaways from the John Maxwell Exchange they both attended recently. They both had big realizations with Bob Taylor, the foudner of Taylor Guitars, and they discuss what they learned about passion and leadership from him. They talk about how their perspective on the past and future shifted, and how people are drawn to certain jobs but normally discover a desire to lead along the way. They share a way Condoleezza Rice recommended looking at the past to panic less in the present, and what she has learned in leadership. They discuss their grueling Navy SEAL workout, and what they each learned about dedication and persevearance from the SEALs they spoke with. Get the Episode Guide here: https://courses.lindamckissack.com/elar-episode-guide
Chef Brother Luck is his real name. And he beat Bobby Flay!How's that for a beginning?This is no ordinary man. He grew up in the hood, found a mentor who recognized his culinary talents and found a way to pull out and pull up to become a world famous chef and television personality.Tune in - Monday, 12:30PM Central to hear the unbelievable story of vulnerability, resiliency and ultimately triumph. The episode is a reality check on what it really takes to stand strong on hope – in yourself and your talents.Top Takeaways:1. DON'T GO IT ALONE2. EVERY DAY IS A NEW PAGE3. YOU NEED PEOPLE – AND PEOPLE NEED YOU4. STOP CHASING VLIDATION AT WORK5. DON'T LET YOUR PRIDE GET IN TH WAY OF COMMON SENSE6. YOUR STORY CAN BE SOMEONE ELSE'S HOPE7. HUMILITY IS WHAT SAVES US8. CHALLENGES ARE MEANT TO BE TAKEN ONFREE: VALERIE'S VOICE MONTHLY TIPS:FREE: ASSESSING YOUR PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE QUIZwww.valerieandcompany.comCall Valerie to learn how to level up your professional image – 1- 214-502-3334Listen and watch Doing it Right the Stories that Make Us- https://bit.ly/2E483HxSubscribe, rate, and write a review on Apple Podcast- https://apple.co/2SHDDmoSubscribe on Google Podcast- https://bit.ly/2I8i6znFollow Valerie Sokolosky Online:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valerieso...Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ValerieAndCo...#howtostartarestaurant #topchef #brotherluck #valerieandcompany #valeriesokolosky #doingitrightpodcast#leadershiptips #leadershipdevelopment #professionalismatwork #professionalimage#businessetiquette
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Well I think that first of all, to go there, you have to have some baseline love with patriotism.” 4:56“We want top notch people just like anybody else, just like any other organization, and it's not gonna thrive unless we have those people.” 9:25“I mean, the Naval Academy has one of the best Glee Club and Choirs in the Country.” 21:32“The Naval Academy is a hard place to be, but a great place to be from!” - Karl quoting Anonymous @ 23:56“They worked just as hard as the others, right, in their respective disciplines to be as good as they can be and they are elite at that level. It's just that nobody knows about it.” 33:51“Stay connected to the game, even if you're just playing with your buddies at the park or whatever.” 38:43“Take off the blinders and see what's going on around you a little bit more.” 48:09 Guest Bio - Karl is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a 20 year veteran, a former helicopter pilot, and a chronic Navy Sports fan. His enthusiasm for all Navy Sports led him to create the Navy Sports Nation blog in January 2020. One year later, Karl started Navy Sports Central, which is the Official Podcast of the Navy Sports Nation. Typical guests have included Navy coaches, former Navy athletes, and podcasters who cover sports for teams that Navy might happen to play during the year.The athletes who compete at the Academy are the country's best and brightest, who will later go on to serve in the Navy or Marine Corps. They consistently perform at an elite level despite all of their other competing demands. Karl's goal is to shine a light on these athletes as best he can and tell their stories. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Karl Darden0:53 - Welcome to Karl1:33 - Journey to the Naval Academy4:36 - Personality & Character Strengths for Military Academies6:23 - Messaging for Next Generation & Naval Academy Prospects10:30 - How Old are Your Kids?11:13 - Participation in Sports is a Difference Maker in Life16:35 - How is the Athlete Experience Different at the Naval Academy?19:39 - What Kind of Support Do Cadets Receive During the First Year or Two?22:03 - BB Commercial22:12 - Learning How to Ask for Help23:00 - Positives You Gain from the Challenges at the Naval Academy25:54 - The Navy Sports Nation Blog Came Before the Podcast29:40 - Navy Sports Central Podcast32:55 - Pride in Untelevised Sports & Naval Academy Athletes36:02 - Parenting Kid Athletes & Staying Connected to the Game41:14 - Stories on the Navy Sports Scene47:11 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self50:09 - Where Can People Connect with You?50:48 - Favorite Naval Academy Sports Story53:58 - Thank You54:45 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Karl - Blog: The Navy Sports NationPodcast: Navy Sports CentralIG - @karldnavy84 ; @navysportsnation Twitter - @naVsportsnation
There is no question that real estate agents who achieve million-dollar listing status are doing something right. But what exactly sets them apart from the rest of the pack? What traits and strategies do they use to achieve such impressive success? In order to thrive in this business, you need more than just a license and a pulse. You need to be knowledgeable about the real estate market, have a strong network of contacts, and be able to close deals quickly and efficiently. And most importantly, you need to be hungry for success. Let's take a closer look at what it takes to become a million-dollar listing agent and explore some tips and tactics that you can use to help you reach this level of success in your own career. Brian Charlesworth joins James Harris, Principal at The Agency, Bond Street Partners, and former cast of The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles as he shares his story from quitting school at 16 to breaking numerous records in the real estate industry by specializing in multi-million properties in L.A. Top Takeaways: (04:49) How James started his business with his partner David Parnes (06:33) The difference between today's economy and the one in 2008 (07:58) Why agents need to step out of their comfort zone (09:15) Why James thinks that the next 8 to 12 months will be rough for real estate agents (11:16) How James went from being new to the business to selling $120 million listings (13:09) What developers really care about (13:25) What James considers as the backbone of their business (14:32) The good thing about open houses (15:45) The biggest attribute to their success (16:50) Why James decided to keep their team relatively small (18:03) Why you need to bombard your open houses with signs (21:51) The advantage of getting a coach (23:28) How James' casting in the Million Dollar Listing reality show came about (26:39) What does James' team do to market multi-million dollars today (31:33) James' advice to parents Connect with James Harris LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesbondst/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JamesBondSt Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamesbondst/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamesbondst/ Website: https://www.bondstreetpartners.com/ Subscribe to The Blueprint newsletter: https://www.readtheblueprint.com/ About the guest: James Harris was born and raised in Central London. When he was a child, he suffered from extreme ADHD and was thrown out of every school. He then quit school altogether at 16. He found a job in real estate as a residential assistant within an agency. He worked his way up the ranks and moved into the commercial sector within the same company. When James turned 21, he headed west to Los Angeles to broaden his horizon and ended up trading commodities. As the economy was getting back on its feet after the 2008 crash, James and his childhood friend, David Parnes, decided to set up their own real estate business. Due to his determined work ethic, good relationship with clients, and a group of incredibly talented people, James and his team have reached a steady incline in sales year over year, with over $3 billion in sales since 2017. They have also broken numerous records including the sale of “The Manor” which is worth $120 million, setting the record for the highest sale in Holmby Hills, the 6th highest sale ever in Los Angeles County, and the 10th highest sale in U.S. history. James and his partner were also part of the cast of the reality show, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles for 7 seasons. They have recently left the show to focus on their business partnership. Today, James Harris is the Principal at The Agency, Bond Street Partners where they specialize in high-end residential real estate and investment properties in Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Holmby Hills, Sunset Strip, the Hollywood Hills, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, and the greater Los Angeles region.
In this podcast, Host William Parks discusses with LBMC Information Security Senior Managers Andy Kerr and Kyle Hinterberg some of the top takeaways at this year's PCI SSC Community Meeting. Topics discussed during this episode include changes to the “In-Place with Remediation” reporting option which was added in PCI DSS v4.0, what to do if you miss an ASV Scan, new ways to interact with the PCI Council, SAQ updates, and much more!
Episode 119: Here Is How To Live A Humble Life And Inspire Joy Show Description: Being humble is part of graceful living. Humility is a strength with distinct characteristics that you can learn to develop. Top Takeaways: [2:45] Humility Is Not Low Self-Esteem [4:37] What Is The Opposite Of Humbleness? [6:32] What Are The Characteristics Of Humility? 1. [6:54] Awareness 2. [7:10] Preserve Connections 3. [7:43] Make Tough Decisions 4. [8:06] Prioritize Others 5. [8:51] Let Others Be Heard 6. [9:37] Have A Growth Mindset 7. [9:55] Express Their Thoughts 8. [10:15] Have A Mentality Of Abundance 9. [10:41] Humble People Welcome Criticism And Take Responsibility [11:04] Why Does Being Humble Matter? [12:37] How To Develop Humility 1. [12:46] Learn active listening. 2. [13:15] Become more mindful and present-oriented. 3. [13:45] Be grateful for all you have. 4. [14:06] If you need help, ask for it. 5. [14:22] Ask for input from others. [14:43] Humbly Moving Forward Episode Links: Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Comparison Ø Self-confidence Ø Your worth Ø Already whole Ø People help Ø You are enough Ø Shame Ø Authentic connections Ø Keeping focused Ø Communication skills Ø Learning opportunities Ø Life is abundant Ø Blame others Ø Assertiveness Ø Self-acceptance Ø Listen to others Ø Staying grounded Ø Be thankful Ø Trusted tribe Ø Flourishing life Ø Get in touch with me Ø Support the show
In this episode of The PODdoctors podcast, Dr. Damien Dauphinee, a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon, and Dr. Raafae Hussain, fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon, talk about the common chronic wounds or ulcers they see every day, particularly diabetic foot ulcers, and how to treat them.“Probably the most common that we'll see is your neuropathic, aka your diabetic, foot ulcer. This is when you have uncontrolled diabetes, you have that neuropathy, you have that poor healing potential, and they end up walking until they get a sore, typically on the bottom of their foot, on a high-pressure spot. These are things we're able to take care of if we stay ahead of it.” - Dr. Raafae Hussain [04:51]“It's probably more important to get rid of the dead tissue, the broken-down collagen in the wound bed, than it is to use a silver dressing to prevent infection.” - Dr. Damien Dauphinee [18:23]“Every day a wound is open, especially in diabetic patients, is another chance for that to get infected. So, we really need to use whatever advanced therapy that we can get ahold of to get that wound closed rapidly because the expenses in these wounds are not in the stuff we're using to treat them. The expensive stuff is the amputation, the six weeks of antibiotics, the 3-4 trips to the hospital.” - Dr. Damien Dauphinee [22:40]Top Takeaways:4 major types of chronic wounds Methods of treating and dressing diabetic foot ulcersSantyl vs. Silver dressings: Which is better?How to offload diabetic foot ulcers to facilitate healingCan you reverse neuropathy in diabetic patients?Treating vascular and venous issues in patients with foot ulcersKey methods and biologics used in treating chronic woundsWhat You Will Learn:[00:39] Intro[02:07] Common wounds we see on a daily basis & Their causes[07:56] Diagnosing and treating ulcers on the feet[15:19] Dressing foot ulcers after the first treatment[23:33] Offloading diabetic foot ulcers[26:47] Important data & statistics on diabetic foot ulcers[28:46] Why podiatrists work with vascular specialists[36:04] Using hyperbaric oxygen therapy and NPWT to heal wounds[46:33] Biologics used for treating wounds[52:19] Important takeaways on chronic wounds in diabetic patients[57:23] Breaking down a few of Dr. Dauphinee's past chronic wound casesResources:Visit our website: https://thepoddoctors.comBook Mentioned: Saving Limbs, Saving Lives: Advanced Treatments for Preventing Amputations in Diabetic Populations by Dr. Damien DauphineeLearn more about the Wise Healing Center in Argyle, TX: https://www.wisehealthsystem.com/location/wise-healing-center-argyle
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “What was interesting about this concussion compared to my last is the impact of it wasn't as hard as previous concussions I had.” 5:07“When you feel concussed immediately, you should step out!” 5:44“It's a really hard thing to describe if you haven't been concussed before, but you truly feel like an alien almost. You don't recognize yourself, you don't recognize your mind, you don't recognize, situations feel ten times more awkward.” 8:28“The most impactful thing was just reaching out.” 12:35“I got to a place where, in the fall, where I was like, ‘I just want to be better. I don't care about volleyball anymore, I don't care about anything, I want to be able to recognize myself.'” 23:30“That was the biggest struggle in the journey, you don't feel like yourself because your mind is traumatized, but yet your mind controls everything.” 25:53“My goal is to be free when I play volleyball now.” 31:32“So I put on this almost, like just this mentality that everyone around me, I don't care about your assumptions anymore, those are your assumptions. That's not my experience.” 34:20“The truest and most courageous decision was to step away and that was the harder decision to be doing, not the easier decision.” 40:24“I mean I think one of the biggest lessons I've learned is not letting other people's assumptions, expectations, voices become your own.” 45:43Guest Bio - Jade Waskom grew up playing indoor and beach volleyball as early as age six. She pursued her Division 1 goals at Long Beach State University playing both indoor and beach volleyball. However, after freshman year and battling the pandemic, she switched to playing full-time on the beach team. Around March of 2021 Jade received her sixth concussion, which started her year and a half long struggle with post-concussion syndrome. This was an extremely tough battle, but led her to making the biggest transformations in her life. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Jade Waskom1:00 - Welcome to Jade2:18 - Childhood & Family Background3:26 - March 17, 2021 & My 6th Concussion10:10 - Dealing with Feelings11:30 - Advice to Teammates on Being Supportive13:49 - Feeling Unable to Advocate for Yourself16:21 - Halfway Healing Vs. 100% Commitment to Healing19:23 - Relaxation, Rest, & Recovery in Nature22:15 - Fall 202125:07 - Cleared Spring 2022 & Starting Therapy28:53 - BB Commercial29:01 - Journey Back to Our True Self30:24 - After Resting, How Did Things Start to Change For You?35:05 - Month of Camping & Aligning with Yourself38:00 - Hardest Part of Medical Retirement43:06 - Where Do You Go From Here?45:25 - One Piece of Advice 47:15 - Where Can People Find You?48:02 - Bringing it Full Circle49:36 - Deleting Social Media51:37 - Thank You52:18 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Jade - IG - @jadewaskomBook Recommendation: Untamed by Glennon Doyle
In today's episode, Dr. Lisa and Dr. Toni are celebrating the 150th episode of the Perimenopausal Mamas Podcast and review their top lessons from the past 149 episodes to navigate perimenopause with more ease. The post Episode 150: Our Top Take-Aways from Previous Episodes to Navigate Perimenopause with More Ease appeared first on The Perimenopausal Mamas Podcast.
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “It's not like you are just sad in just the general sense of being sad. You just feel like you could be doing so much more or anything more for yourself then what you're doing. And then you get more mad at yourself for being stuck.” 27:34“It was hard for my whole family.” 37:40“If you were to put yourself inside of a drum, like a steel drum, and then sink it under water and tumble it and just spin it and you can feel the pressure of the water pushing you deeper and deeper and deeper, and you're spinning… that's what it felt like all day, every day, for months.” 49:55“The biggest step for me was connecting with a psychiatrist.” 55:36“If you have a severe mental health disorder and you need medication, being patient and willing to keep doing it and being consistent with it, is everything.” 58:38“I see other things I have in my life besides volleyball.” 1:01:33 Guest Bio - Cole Fiers is a beach volleyball player, world traveling surfer and amazing coach and mentor. While attending Stanford University as a member of the Men's Indoor Volleyball team, he had his first battle with manic depressive disorder and since then has learned to advocate and set an example for others to promote better mental health. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:15 - Introducing Cole Fiers0:43 - Welcome to Cole2:33 - Awareness for Mental Health Started at 18 Years Old4:39 - How Do You Foster Self Awareness?6:01 - Started Feeling Anxiety at 188:44 - Family Trauma12:14 - Starting College at Stanford16:26 - First Time in Therapy20:12 - Mom Found Tom Curuso & I Was Ready to Play Volleyball Again21:42 - Indoor Volleyball Wasn't for Me Anymore23:39 - Student at Stanford25:13 - Winter 2015 Brought Ruminating Thoughts & Depression28:04 - Did You Think to Reach Out?29:13 - Improvement Suggestions to Mental Health Assistance32:32 - BB Commercial32:40 - Sports & Mental Health34:07 - Going Home Again & Building Confidence36:38 - Describe Being Home38:49 - “Junior” Year 2016 & Frat Life41:36 - Bipolar Episode 2 Weeks into Winter Quarter43:50 - More About the Manic Episode45:31 - Relating to People in a Manic State47:07 - This Depressive Period Lasted Months & Using Weed50:18 - Having Suicidal Thoughts & Communicating with Parents54:34 - Transformation After Diagnosis59:17 - Consequences from Taking Medications & Beach Volleyball1:01:24 - Seeing the Bigger Picture1:04:01 - One Piece of Advice1:05:55 - Where Can People Find You?1:07:05 - Thank You1:08:00 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Cole - IG - @cole_fiers
Rachel Gainsbrugh had "The Golden Handcuffs".....until she realized she can make 256k per MONTH through only 10 AIRBNBS.In today's show we follow the journey of Dr. Rachel Gainsbrugh, originally a practicing pharmacist who said "enough was enough" and began investing in luxury short term rentals. Through her concept of "less is more", Rachel's goal is 10k+ revenue PER PROPERTY / MONTH - and guess what? She's hitting it.Today we cover a masterclass in short term rentals - what's working, what to avoid, and what's making the most money.We cover shifting your identity from your profession to that of an "entrepreneur" and all of the emotions associated.Subscribe to our Newsletter for Top Takeaways and Bonuses from this episode!Free Ebook on Framework to Leave your W2Free Wealth / Net-Worth TrackerTop Weekly Freedom Tips from Guests (5 Min Read)https://brianluebben.com/newsletter/Resources:GoBundanceAre you an accredited investor and want to learn more about GoBundance?www.gobundance.comBook a call to learn more: www.calendly.com/brianluebben/grablifebigConnect with Usemail@example.com://shorttermgems.comFor Frameworks, Freedom Tips, and Millionaire Financial Breakdowns:https://brianluebben.com/newsletterBook a 15 Minute "Freedom Call" ( 3 Spots Available)https://calendly.com/brianluebben/15minTwitter @theactionpodIG @brianluebbenTiktok @brianluebbenFor Frameworks, Freedom Tips, and Millionaire Financial Breakdowns:https://brianluebben.com/newsletter Book a 15 Minute "Freedom Call" ( 3 Spots Available)https://calendly.com/brianluebben/15minTwitter @theactionpodIG @brianluebbenTiktok @brianluebben
I attended the first ever EmpowerHER LIVE event put on by popular podcaster, Kacia Ghetmiri, and I got sooooo many nuggets to share with you!! First of all, going to a big event alone made me super uncomfortable! Which is why it was necessary. I share more on that as well as dive into these takeaways on this episode: Success is feeling aligned Your gut is always more powerful than anyone else's advice Every time you want to expand you have to go back in the fire There's a price you're paying for not going for it How to live a life that doesn't allow you to hide or quit on yourself Legacy isn't what I leave in the bank account - it's what I leave in people's hearts and character Want a community of like minded sisters? JOIN THE RICH GIRL CLUB (it's free!) https://www.angelicagarner.com/freebies
Episode 118: Being Grounded Is A Powerful And Positive Way to Live A Graceful Life Show Description: Explore the meaning of being grounded, unawareness, and how one becomes grounded to live a powerful yet graceful life.Top Takeaways: [2:52] Being Unaware[3:54] What Being Grounded Looks Like[6:32] Why It's Easy to Be Unaware[8:14] Why Grounding Is Vital[9:57] Ways To Ground Yourself1. [10:52] Breathing Exercises2. [11:55] Body Scan3. [12:44] Gratitude Meditation[13:46] Moving Forward While Being Grounded Episode Links:Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Your thoughts Ø You flourishØ Your imagination Ø Healing occursØ SeparationØ What your truths areØ Be in harmonyØ Increase in serenityØ To respond Ø Messages from your soulØ Indulging in self-careØ Leads to burnoutØ Focus Ø Accept what is Ø The mind's chatterØ Time Ø Mindful breathing Ø Scan your entire body Ø Gratitude-focused thinking Ø Returning to your coreØ Feel aligned Ø Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
Carol Marak speaks confidently as a woman who's living alone and living life magnificently. In her book Solo and Smart, Carol's emphasis isn't on what will happen, but on what could happen. She has learned how to gain new perspectives and context for her present-day decisions. Carol knows from experience that the future can't be predicted, yet people mustmake choices based on what's to come.Tune in - Monday, 12:30PM Central to hear Carol's helpful tips for how to live alone, be totallycapable of taking care of yourself, and live without fear when depending on family is limited.Top Takeaways:1: The reasons for life's changes and challenges aren't always what they seem2: I'm not in control3: Practice patience4: Stay in tune to God's will5: Forgiveness is our greatest teacher6: Learn to be your own advocate7: You have what it takes to not be fearfulFREE: VALERIE'S VOICE MONTHLY TIPS:FREE: WAYS TO SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE:www.valerieandcompany.comCall Valerie to learn how to level up your professional image – 1- 214-502-3334Listen and watch Doing it Right the Stories that Make Us- https://bit.ly/2E483HxSubscribe, rate, and write a review on Apple Podcast- https://apple.co/2SHDDmoSubscribe on Google Podcast- https://bit.ly/2I8i6znFollow Valerie Sokolosky Online:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valerieso...Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ValerieAndCo...#howtoplanagreatfuture #planforasuccessfulfuture #tipsforlivingalonesuccessfully#howtoadjustto #livingalone #valerieandcompany #valeriesokolosky #doingitrightpodcast#leadershiptips #leadershipdevelopment #professionalismatwork #professionalimage#businessetiquette
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Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “In my twenties, I started to look at how profoundly human our parents actually are.” 3:44“Sometimes, Wendy Jones, our greatest pain can turn into our purpose if we listen to the whisper.” 9:32“Imiloa really is a home and an experience where human beings are invited to awaken their consciousness.” 10:30 “I am always so fascinated by how we either get stuck in post trauma stress or we break through to this beautiful post traumatic growth.” -Wendy @ 11:22“Our lives are fulfilled in direct proportion to the care and concern we have for others.” 18:17“Clarity leads to serenity, serenity leads to peaceful prosperity.” 22:47“The only way I could take action was to quiet my mind and listen to the whisper.” 30:40“The quality of our questions determines the quality of our life.” 32:44“If you want money, ask for advice, and if you want advice, ask for money.” 33:35 Guest Bio - Jake Sasseville is a serial media, music, and hospitality entrepreneur, author, and podcaster. He is the CEO and Founder of Imiloa Institute in Costa Rica, was the youngest host in late-night TV history on ABC, and the White House named him one of the most “innovative entrepreneurs under 30.” Imiloa is booked years in advance, and clients renew at a rate of 86%.INC Magazine wrote that Jake has "more than enough chutzpah" to scale any business, and Huffington Post wrote that he's built an impactful career at “the intersection of culture and consciousness.” Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:35 - Introducing Jake Sasseville0:56 - Welcome to Jake2:20 - Parents & Growing Up in Maine8:09 - Intersection of Wellness & Travel11:18 - Post Traumatic Stress Vs. Post Traumatic Growth14:27 - Grandma's Basement to Oprah's Neighbor in Maui16:31 - Story of the Buddhist Monk22:21 - Maui to Costa Rica?27:13 - What Do We Have to Do to Turn Pain into Purpose?31:08 - BB Commercial31:17 - Advice on How to Choose What Opinions to Let In33:59 - Some Examples of Good Questions to Ask Yourself38:11 - Advice for People Pleasers41:38 - Experiencing the Magic of Costa Rica46:05 - Wendy's View on Parenting Adult Children48:01 - Starting a Podcast & Growing an Audience51:59 - One Piece of Advice 53:50 - Where Can People Find You?54:40 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Jake - IG - @jakesasseville ; @imiloa.institute Code Word: JAKE for $350 dollars off any retreat ticket at Imiloa!
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “In going so deep into my healing, I've become another person.” 2:13“It takes a lot of patience and communication.” 21:31“I put on a good show. I mean I could put on make up and fake it and get out there and cheer and be friends with everybody because nobody could see what was going on inside.” 46:18“I ditched all the meds and I started studying Kung Fu, and that started teaching me about the flow of life, of energy, the flow of energy through the body. I started teaching me about the human body in a way that allowed me to disconnect my body from you know, any trauma, any assault, any negativity.” 1:01:41“Once we hit Alabama, it's like things started to settle, things started to calm down.” 1:10:04“Not only do emotions get lodged in the body and create blockages, but our physical body tenses up.” 1:13:29“The harder my body works, the quieter this (mind) gets.” 1:21:19 Guest Bio - Keeley Brooks is an author, writer, poet, and mental health awareness advocate. She is a contributing author to the nonfiction #1 bestseller My Labor Pains Were Worse Than Yours and just released her first poetry book, Poetry from an Isolated Soul. She writes health & lifestylearticles for Modern Grace Magazine and arts & entertainment articles for Mixed Alternative Magazine, where she is also managing editor, staff content editor, and copy editor.Keeley just released her first creative nonfiction novel of human truths and personal experiences, which graphically details with heart-breaking beauty her experiences with trying to be a human while navigating trauma, mental health challenges, and their very dangerous side effects. She shares her deeply personal perspective on trauma and offers a peek behind thecurtain at how a mind riddled with fear, anxiety, panic, and depression function. She also takes us deep inside her story to show how she has navigated it all over the years, healed, and found the balance needed to reclaim her life. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Keeley Brooks0:50 - Setting the Stage from Keeley's Perspective3:00 - Welcome to Keeley Brooks4:09 - Describing Your Childhood9:44 - Bullying Experience at Age 1112:08 - Special Relationship with Your Nephew14:56 - Cheerleading Trauma Story22:35 - December 198928:21 - Secret Kept Quiet Until 202032:18 - The Path of Keeping Quiet36:27 - Leads to Anorexia41:23 - Relationship with Biological Father45:08 - BB Commercial45:17 - Downhill From There46:44 - Hating Fake It Til You Make It48:37 - Writing at a Young Age & Book: Poetry from an Isolated Soul 49:30 - Creative Writing Journey that Helps Healing54:15 - Writing in the Depths of Depression & Suicidal Thoughts & Behavior59:07 - How Did You Turn Struggle into Strength?1:01:07 - Started Studying Kung Fu1:04:08 - Married Charles in 2016 & Moved Near to Keeley's Family1:07:19 - Moved to North Alabama & Turning a Corner1:10:45 - I Found A Trauma Therapist & Self-Care1:12:18 - Writing Was the Main Catalyst in My Healing1:17:22 - Gratitude & Grace Come with Perspective1:21:40 - Thank You for Sharing Your Powerful Story1:22:11 - Where Can People Find You?1:24:28 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Keeley www.thekeeleybrooks.comIG - @thekeeleybrooksFB - @authorkeeleybrooksAmazon - Poetry from an Isolated Soul by Keeley BrooksAmazon - I'll Never See It by Keeley Brooks
Some say that the traditional brokerage is no longer sufficient, as teams are becoming the new standard for success. That's why more and more people are adopting the team model to offer more opportunities for agents both professionally and financially. While others say that brokerages are fighting back by shifting to a “teamerage” model where they are able to operate as a team while its compensation and support structure is still similar to that of a brokerage. And to have a better understanding of where things currently stand and how to best prepare for what lies ahead, it's best to get valuable insights from someone who owns a brokerage and runs a team as well. Brian Charlesworth joins Ron Rocz, Broker and Owner at RE/MAX Nexus, as Ron provides an interesting take on the real estate market both from a brokerage and a team perspective, and what people should be doing today to thrive in this market. Top Takeaways: (04:08) Why every team leader should do their business planning in October (04:48) What planning for Nexus looks like (08:09) Why the traditional brokerage is dying (11:21) How interest rates are impacting the market (17:59) What are the things that one must do in this market to take market share (20:37) What it takes to remain in the real estate game (21:43) Why agents should focus on bringing value to the customer (24:04) The evolution of real estate (26:38) Why brokerages need to become a “teamerage” (27:03) What Nexus' mission to innovate, inspire, and connect is all about (29:19) What agents should be doing to thrive in this market (32:27) The role of a leader Connect with Ron Rocz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronrocz/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronrocz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ronrocz Website: https://ron.nexushomesearch.com/ Phone: 866-R-O-N-R-O-C-Z About the guest: Ron Rocz has been in the real estate industry since 2003 and has experienced great markets and also rough ones. And through the years, he's developed blueprints to help guide him through challenging market situations. In 2014, Ron earned his broker's license ad founded RE/MAX Nexus, a team of realtors backed by Ron's unmatched real estate experience and support structure dedicated to making everyone successful. Ron has consistently been in the top 1% of Realtors Nationally. He was the only agent in Michigan selected to participate in the RE/MAX University Agent Advisory Panel where he helped steer the development of training programs and initiatives that now serve the entire RE/MAX global network. Ron has also been recognized for years by Hour Detroit Business magazine as one of the top agents in the Metro Detroit area. Today, Ron is the Broker/Owner at RE/MAX Nexus, a full-service real estate company located in downtown Birmingham, Detroit.
How to Leverage AI to Reduce Customer Experience Gaps Shep Hyken interviews Gadi Shamia, CEO and co-founder of Replicant, a leader in Contact Center Automation. He shares how contact centers can automate the most common customer service calls and empower human agents to focus on empathy and more complex customer issues. Top Takeaways: · When you design your product, you plan for it to work perfectly. Customer service comes when there is a gap between how your product works and the way it was designed. Effective customer service closes the gap quickly and efficiently. · Not every call can be automated. You don't want to automate calls that are highly emotional and complex. An example of this type of call is when a customer is planning their travels with an agent. The agent is involved in an advisory type of discussion, and the flexibility of the human brain is needed when the customer needs to move around different topics. · The calls that can be easily automated are transactional calls where the goal is clear, like rescheduling appointments or requesting roadside assistance. In these types of calls, we can leverage technology to get to a resolution faster. · Wasting time creates friction for the customer. If we can cut down the time it takes from when a customer calls to having their issues resolved successfully, it would significantly improve their experience. · A company must understand the balance between digital experience and human experience. It's fair to push customers to a digital option first as long as a human agent is ready to take on the call as a backup when needed. · Plus, Gadi shares some highlights from Replicant's first Contact Center Automation Benchmark Report and answers the question, Will AI eventually eliminate contact center calls? Quote: "Often leaders in customer service or CMOs think that when a customer calls, they really want the human touch. But most often what people want is for their issue to go away." About: Gadi Shamia is the CEO & Co-Founder at Replicant, a leader in AI-powered contact center automation. They offer a platform that automates issue resolution through phone, text, and chat. Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning keynote speaker, and host of Amazing Business Radio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 117: Thriving, How To Live An Authentic Life Where You Flourish Show Description: Are you living a flourishing life? You're supposed to be. If you're not, here are six activities you can add to your life to help you thrive.Top Takeaways: [2:37] Conduits To Flourishing[4:20] Six Activities To Help You Flourish1. [4:30] Be grateful.2. [5:11] Learn to savor life.3. [5:50] Imagine your best life.4. [6:40] Have a positive mindset.5. [7:39] Be kind. 6. [8:21] Align with Spirit.[9:25] Moving Forward Flourishing Episode Links: Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø You are imagining Ø Being fulfilledØ Reduction in loneliness Ø Growth mindset Ø Authentic connectionsØ John Gottman, Ph.D.Ø Indulge Ø Envision your ideal existence Ø Maintain your focus Ø Acts of kindnessØ Feelings of serenity Ø Feelings of abundanceØ Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
Five top takeaways from the 2022 annual menopause conference // This year the annual meeting for the North American Menopause Society was held in Atlanta, Georgia, and was easily one of the most exciting conferences to date. Today, I am revealing my top 5 takeaways from the conference and what that means for you! MORE ON DR. HIRSCH IS BELOW! PRE-ORDER MY BOOK! https://www.amazon.com/Unlock-Your-Menopause-Type-Personalized/dp/1250850827 MORE ON DR. HEATHER HIRSCH BELOW: Ready to reclaim your life at menopause? Join my menopause masterclass here: https://the-menopause-course.teachable.com/p/reclaiming-menopause-masterclass GET THE FREE MENOPAUSE HEALTH GUIDE: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5f787bdd57796e835ea84e10 AMAZON STOREFRONT: https://www.amazon.com/shop/hormone.health.doc --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heather-hirsch/support
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I don't even know how many finals I had been to at that point, but it was, I kinda just remember going into that match and there was just this, I don't know, weird feeling that came over me that was just like, ‘this is my time.'” 11:01“Even just being a college athlete without the NIL, that was enough in itself.” 17:07“I think the biggest thing for us was like making sure we were great partners on the court, off the court.” 20:12“I just explain it as like a whirlwind.” 22:02“One point at a time.” 23:44“Perfect is the enemy of good.” 24:11“When you love something so much, you don't look at it as a sacrifice.” 27:20“A nice coffee with a friend.” 30:59“I think people long for connection.” 32:10“It's finding a balance of like we want to win, but at the end of the day, it's really about who you meet along the way and just the relationships that you create.” 39:28“God loves us and we're worthy because of Him.” 42:57“I feel like when your identity is in sport, there is no balance.” 51:44“It's weird what your mind will do to accomplish the goal.” 55:10“Your hardest times turn into your greatest blessings.” 56:00“It's the balance of like ‘What do you want out of life?'” 59:36“Don't put your identity in volleyball, put it into God.” 1:01:52“It benefits everyone in life, you know, to surround yourself with good people because great opportunities can come from that.” 1:02:42Guest Bio - Sarah Sponcil grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, and is now what you might call a South Bay local. She played indoor volleyball and beach volleyball through middle school, and high school, then took it to college where she competed at Loyola Marymount and finished up at UCLA. Sarah helped the UCLA beach volleyball program claim their first two titles and then she turned professional in 2019. Sarah Sponcil and Kelly Cheng partnered for the 2020 Olympics, and became the youngest duo to earn a bid to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Although volleyball is a big part of her life, it is not her whole life. Family and faith come first with Sarah! Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Sarah Sponcil0:46 - Welcome to Sarah1:25 - Family & Playing Volleyball at Age 45:55 - California Exposure, then Choosing Cali for College8:03 - UCLA Beach to AVP (Domestic Pro Tour)10:03 - Shoutout: PT Brian Micheletti & Coach Scott Davenport13:08 - Beach Volleyball Gravitation, Growth, & Seriousness 17:55 - 2021 Tokyo Olympic Qualification Ride19:30 - What Did it Take to Get to the Olympics?22:32 - Advice for Handling the Pressure of the Moment or Match25:26 - Being An Old Soul: Making Choices for Goals vs. Missing Out on Parties28:17 - Happiness Vs. Real Joy30:19 - Be Better Commercial30:28 - Sarah's Favorite Simple Things33:23 - Let's Talk Coaching: Have You Ever Coached?36:08 - Advice to High School Athletes: What to Look for in a College Program?41:04 - Faith & Self Identity Outside of Volleyball 46:33 - Perspective of Self & Being Better50:56 - How Does Getting to Know Yourself Better Make You a Better Athlete?54:14 - When You Didn't Choose Volleyball, Did You Ever Feel Guilt?57:21 - Sustainable High Performance1:01:24 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self1:02:55 - Thank You1:03:15 - Where Can People Find You?1:03:48 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Sarah - www.sarahsponcil.comIG - @smsponcil
Episode 116: Permit Yourself To Indulge In Self-Care To Help You Thrive In Life Show Description: When you indulge in self-care activities, you are improving your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Indulging is a part of thriving.Top Takeaways: [2:03] Indulging In Mental Self-Care [3:36] Indulging In Emotional Self-Care [5:00] Indulging in Physical Self-Care[6:42] Self-Care Implementation [8:23] Time To Take Action[9:57] Moving Forward Indulging Episode Links:Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Reducing stressØ Self-confidenceØ Setting personal boundariesØ PlayØ Creative mind Ø Laughter Ø You should do dailyØ HabitsØ Be in the flowØ Keep you accountableØ Gain perspective Ø The answers you need Ø Your worthiness Ø Feeling fulfilled Ø Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
The debate everyone was waiting for finally took place last night. Dave shares his top takeaways while Debbie shares where she felt they missed the mark. KSL Newsradio's Doug Wright joins the show who moderated the debate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “We give it our all, no matter what happens. We go all out and then we can be proud of who we are and our effort.” 5:00“If we're going to lose, let's lose like winners.” 5:18“Go to Hope Chapel and do whatever they say.” 11:32“I think if we take all the spiritual writings and give them that platform, you know, of hey, there's some truth and maybe not some truth, and you have to find your own thing.” 26:17 “Honestly, I feel like I missed my off ramp.” 30:49“If it works, it's not too crazy.” 37:58“Even though I'm attached to my goals, I am not my goals, I am not some quest to get to somewhere.” - Wendy @ 39:41“The breakthrough moment came when I asked someone for help.” 42:58“The best way I can manifest my love is say ‘You're good just as you are.'” 48:38Guest Bio - Guy grew up in the Southbay. He has coached soccer at the high school and collegiate level and coached High school and club volleyball. He oversees a nonprofit organization called transformation program USA where he helps people in recovery with career development, job placement and life skillsHis 25 Yr career in full-time ministry led to an existential crisis which has helped reform his perspective on life and spirituality. Currently Guy owns and operates a thriving Handyman Company that provides jobs for people in recovery. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Guy Takashima0:55 - Welcome to Guy1:38 - Volleyball Background & Stories7:56 - Starting You Spiritual Journey11:42 - Becoming a Janitor14:01 - Path to Pastor16:47 - Motivating Factors Behind the Transformation19:42 - Taking Its Toll on Family24:18 - Connecting with That Spiritual Calling27:36 - Religion Vs. Faith30:07 - Tangibles of ‘I Couldn't Do This Anymore'32:01 - BB Commercial32:10 - Feeling of Fear & Unworthiness33:16 - Creative & Practical Ways to Deal with Inner Talk40:26 - Spiritual Quest for Men 46:56 - Relationship with Kids51:15- Tools for Humbling Yourself55:08 - One Piece of Advice57:57 - Where Can People Find You?58:20 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Guy - Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgIG - @guybo777
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I was going pre-med for the wrong reason and I could feel that internally, but had no self-awareness, wherewithal to make that distinction enough to make a shift in my path, but thankfully the universe shifted my path for me.” 2:27“Methods are many and principles are few.” 9:16“I just followed the flow of my life.” 24:58“We are using our breath to influence our biology to influence our psychology.” 34:48“We are learning that there are more ways to navigate mental health than solely through talk therapy and medication.” 35:02“Breathwork in my mind is one of the best practices to do for yourself because it is one of the only practices that you can do for you and only for you.” 39:35“If the will is not onboard, you cannot proceed with therapy.” - Justin quoting John Frederickson @ 42:52“If you're connecting with feelings in your body, you're actually connecting with emotions. If you're connecting with the energies of your body, you're connecting with your emotions.” 47:47 “Understand that in putting yourself out there in situations where it feels risky, it feels scary, that's where the most learning takes place.” 56:15Guest Bio - Dr. Justin Ternes, DPT is a Physiotherapist, Breathwork Specialist, and Mindset & Performance Coach.His work is centered on three main pillars: Mind, Body, and Breath (Psychophysiology)How you breathe influences how you move.How you move influences how you think.How you think influences how you breathe.YOU are the prime mover of your experience,directing where your mind, body, breath, and energy flows.Dr. Ternes works with one-on-one clients, athletic teams, and wonderful organizations to bring an element of mindfulness, awareness, and health through his teachings of encouragement, empowerment, and emotional intelligence - all tied together through breath.Justin's demeanor is light-hearted and engaging. He takes time to get to know you and your unique situation in order to develop the best path to an empowered life. Beyond providing support for health, his passion lies in building long-term relationships and being a source of information and inspiration for his community.In his spare time he studies and practices a variety of mind-body approaches so he can continually learn new ways to help patients holistically manage physical and mental pain. He particularly enjoys hooping (basketball), getting outside in nature, quality time with friends and family, and of course breathwork.His approach is innovative and the art of mind/body/breath is his platform to help people heal. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:33 - Introducing Justin Ternes0:48 - Welcome to Justin1:17 - Arkansas Roots & Physical Therapy Background6:20 - Mutual Respect for Brian & Shift Adapt12:11 - Applying Blocked & Random Training to Breathwork15:16 - Biopsychosocial Model of Pain20:21 - Sports Psychology, Dad, & Men's Groups 26:30 - Neuro PT & Principles of Men's Group29:15 - How I Feel What I'm Feeling33:09 - BB Commercial33:18 - Creating Safe Space35:56 - Realizing Sustainable High Performance41:23 - How Does Someone Get Started with Breathwork?45:16 - Concept of Emotions49:41 - Recommendations for Finding A Breathwork Practitioner52:30 - Book & Podcast Recommendations55:30 - One Piece of Advice57:07 - Where Can We Find You?58:03 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Justin - www.trueself.healthIG - @trueselfhealth ; @justin_ternes Twitter - @trueselfhealth
It is crucial always to know your place and your vocation. For example, a great agent does not need to be part of a 200-agent team. Just because a team has 200 agents does not automatically mean the company is better than yours. Therefore, it is essential to know your strengths and engage in self-evaluation. Brian Charlesworth joins Ryan O'Neill, The founder of the Minnesota Real Estate Team of RE/MAX Advantage Plus. In 2021, the team closed over 2200 transactions and 750 million in sales. With almost 200 agents, the team continues to be the Number 1 Selling Real Estate Team in Minnesota every year from 2006 through today. Among the most crucial pieces of advice, Ryan emphasizes how he always encourages his agents, partners, and people to focus on what they can control daily. In addition, according to him, one of the most common problems that can affect performance is overthinking, which leads to a lack of confidence in being bold and taking action. So, the more we focus on the efforts we put forth daily, rather than worrying about the noise, meaning the media, market conditions, and predictions, the better. This is what will make a difference in the long run. Tune in to learn about the current real estate space and how you can maintain a strong position using Ryan's insights. Top Takeaways: (2:32) What actions can help you become different in the market? (4:54) The changes in the current market (5:44) How does fear affects production? (7:47) The traditional team model and the 50-50 split. (9:30) How are radio shows attracting more agents? (12:51) Working in the business vs. working on the business. (14:19) How Ryan entered the real estate industry (17:32) What should the agents do to compete in today's market (19:59) How to hold your agents accountable (22:27) Advice for team leaders on how to grow in the current market (23:34) Why should you know your place and your vocation (25:18) What drives Ryan to his purpose (26:03) Why is it important to wish people well and be open to feedback Connect with Ryan O'Neill LinkedIn: Ryan O'Neill Website: Ryan O'Neill & The Minnesota Real Estate Team About the guest: Ryan has dedicated, client-focused agents who help buyers and sellers with all types of real estate transactions: residential, investment property, first-time home buying, new construction, short sales, commercial and professional agents in each part of the urban, suburban, and greater Minnesota and Wisconsin regions. In addition, he hosts two weekly real estate radio shows: Minnesota Home Talk, Saturdays 7-8 AM on Skor North Radio AM 1500, and The Minnesota Real Estate Show, Saturdays 10-11 AM on Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130. Furthermore, he offers free monthly seminars on real estate investing, first-time homebuyer tips, and tips for home sellers.
Episode 115: Yes, Feeling Fulfilled in Life Is A Part of Thriving Show Description: Feeling fulfilled is a part of thriving. If you are feeling burned out, here are 12 ways to create a life of fulfillment. Top Takeaways:[2:28] What Leads To A Fulfilling Life?[4:26] Happiness Vs. Fulfillment[6:13] How To Create A Fulfilling Life1. [7:02] Look within yourself. 2. [7:29] Build authentic connections. 3. [7:54] Accept what is. 4. [8:19] Indulge in some self-care. 5. [8:51] Improve your self-talk.6. [9:23] Stop comparing. 7. [9:49] Have a growth mindset. 8. [10:28] Be grateful. 9. [11:02] Stay balanced. 10. [11:30] Serve others. 11. [12:06] Forgive to detach from the past. 12. [12:36] Persistently move toward your dreams. [11:13] Moving Forward Feeling Fulfilled Episode Links:Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Clarifying Ø Be courageous Ø World of psychology Ø Soul Solutions podcastØ Hopeful Ø Happiness Ø Is consistentØ You are creativeØ Bond and connect Ø Nurturing Ø Improve your self-talkØ Your worth Ø Life's magic Ø A gratitude practice Ø Balance and harmonyØ You served someone Ø Attached to a past Ø Persevere Ø Abundance Ø Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “People's ability to heal would be so different.” 2:26“The alignment that you work on physically is affecting your nervous system.” -Wendy quoting Natacha @ 6:51“If we are gonna apply an emotional solution, it has to be an emotional problem.” 9:27“Addiction is any behavior pattern that you use on a regular basis to avoid feeling anything uncomfortable.” 16:47“You don't get out of that cycle until you finally let go of wishing that the past would've been different.” 22:21“Being prepared is different from trying to think of everything that could happen and trying to stop it in advance.” 23:36“The task, the tools, and the goal, they have to match up.” -Wendy @ 37:32“Yes our feelings are real, but they're our responsibility.” 42:46“The first step of being able to decipher a feeling is to actually know what you're feeling.” 44:54“HALT: Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired.” 45:19“My goal is to teach you how to be your own life doctor!” 51:46Guest Bio - Dr. Natacha Nelson is known for her work as a Life Doctor; Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur & creator of The Untamed Heart System andevents. Her journey into entrepreneurship began at the young age of 16and she has been building businesses ever since.A 22 year South Bay resident, Dr. Natacha has been a consistent leaderdelivering Health and Wellness services to all ages in the community.She has a long list of client success stories ranging from CorporateExecutives, Professional Athletes, Medical Professionals, coaches tostay-at-mom homes.She has defied all the odds both personally and professionally and hasmastered the ability to turn adversities into advantages. She has coachedBusinessmen & women nationwide. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Natacha Nelson0:55 - Welcome Back1:27 - How Did You Get to Where You Are Today?6:31 - Defining “Life Doctor”14:47 - Tools for Anxiety, Depression, & Addiction18:59 - Depression of the Past22:47 - Anxiety of the Future26:18 - Talking Sense of Control & Emotions28:25 - “Conservative Early, Liberal Late” -Matthew McConaughey, Greenlights29:22 - BB Commercial29:31 - There's No Perfection31:32 - Stop Procrastinating & Do the Hard Things37:38 - Realizing the Best of Your Ability39:18 - Freedom in Self-Accountability43:17 - The Untamed Heart Course44:45 - Writing as a Tool48:24 - Mom's ALS Diagnosis Led Me to Feel & Write50:46 - Where Can People Find You & Your Course?51:27 - Next Class Starting Mid-October52:42 - Thank You & Closing53:49 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Natacha - Course: The Untamed Heartwww.untamedheart.comComing soon to bebettermedia.tv!Email - DrNelson@LifeDoctor.guruIG - @natacha_lifedoctor
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Episode 114: Yes, Thriving Means You Feel Your Life Is Abundant In All Areas Show Description: Living abundantly means you're aware of the blessings in your life and are grateful for all the Universe has provided, even the lessons.Top Takeaways:[2:49] What Is Abundance?[4:21] Ways To Embrace An Abundant Mindset1. [4:41] Alter Your Thinking 2. [5:48] Have A Tribe Of Abundant Thinkers3. [7:03] Alter Your Behaviors4. [8:48] Be Authentically You5. [9:49] Be Open And Ready To Receive6. [11:05] Forgiveness Releases Abundance7. [12:26] Believe In A Positive Outcome8. [14:08] Be Aware9. [15:19] Practice Gratitude10. [16:24] Celebrate The Abundance11. [17:44] Modify Your Self-Talk12. [19:48] Visualize Your Abundant Life[20:40] Moving Forward Consciously Choosing Abundance Episode Links:Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Manage stressØ New opportunities Ø Scarcity mindsetØ It's magicØ Inspiring Ø Your heart Ø Consistently actingØ Expand your thinking Ø Overturn assumptions sarcastic comments Ø Family patterns of behavior Ø You find solutions Ø Self-worthØ Shift in behavior Ø Your habits and routines Ø Make judgments Ø Being your authentic self Ø Prepared to receive Ø You feel unworthyØ The flow of life Ø Negative attachment Ø When you forgiveØ Good enoughØ Learning Ø Ground yourself Ø Support the show
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes “I continued to play volleyball because I didn't know who I was outside of volleyball.” 15:00“I feel very, this is going to sound weird, lucky to have gone through what I did, in the way that I did.” 28:07“My will to survive was stronger than the cancer.” 28:51“You really have no idea how strong you are until you have to be, until you really have to show up for yourself.” 34:35“I had someone tell me, they were like, ‘Fear can not exist in the same space as gratitude.'” 35:17“It's harder to change when you're winning.” - Jen quoting friend @42:43“Chemo saved me from cancer, the water saved me from chemo.” 53:04“Whatever life you have pictured for yourself is possible.” 1:03:32Guest BioJennifer Keddy played four years of indoor volleyball at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo where she earned All American honors and was the 2011 Big West Conference Player of the Year. When playing professionally in Germany in 2018, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and returned home for treatment to make a full recovery. She has played the last two seasons on the AVP and is a entrepreneur and self proclaimed water wizard here to share the good news about how better water can uplevel your health and your life. Keddy has six siblings, three brothers and three sisters and currently resides in Austin, TX. Show Notes 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:17 - Introducing Jen Keddy0:42 - Welcome to Jen1:50 - Blended Family Roots4:03 - When Did You Start Playing Volleyball?5:55 - Recruiting & College VB at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo9:48 - Talking Accolades & Volleyball11:52 - Shoulder Surgery, Then a Broken Foot13:43 - Lack of Identity Outside of Volleyball 16:41 - Playing Overseas & Stress on the Body18:24 - 2017 Cancer Diagnosis in Germany28:06 - Expressing Gratitude & Perspective35:27 - BB Commercial35:36 - Comeback Story37:13 - Moved to Austin in May 2020 & Started Playing Beach Volleyball38:35 - Partnered with Katie Dickens for 202140:45 - 2022 AVP Season44:40 - Mentality & Water Entrepreneurial Venture49:43 - Becoming the Water Wizard & the Water Machine54:43 - Generational Learning55:43 - How Long Have You Been Selling Water?1:01:40 - One Piece of Advice1:02:56 - Where Can We Find You?1:04:28 - Thank You1:05:07 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Jen IG - @jennuinewaters Email - email@example.com
Episode 113: The Ability To Be Consistent Helps You Balance Life Show Description: The more consistent you are in taking the right action, the more successful you will be. Ten ways to be more consistent and balanced.Top Takeaways: [2:31] Consistently Listen To Your Soulful Self[4:12] How Being Consistent Leads To Balance[5:19] Ways To Be More Consistent1. [5:23] Check in with yourself.2. [6:20] Assess your priorities daily. 3. [7:10] Pay attention to timing.4. [7:49] Consistently Evaluate your habits and routines.5. [8:40] Persistence when things go wrong.6. [9:19] Consistent forward momentum.7. [9:54] Be open to change.8. [10:54] Consistently check your mindset.9. [11:42] Be kind to yourself.10. [12:14] Get the support of your tribe.[12:59] Consistently Moving Forward Episode Links: Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø Harmonious with others Ø Patterns of behavior Ø Nurture yourselfØ Learn to listenØ Your ego Ø Your soulful self Ø Discover your power Ø Take deliberate action Ø Make enormous changesØ Forming good habits Ø Align with SpiritØ Be flexible Ø Knowing these things about yourself Ø Awareness Ø Shows your resiliency Ø Leaps forwardØ Life is constantly changingØ Your mindset Ø Internal dialogue Ø Soul inspires you Ø Will encourage you Ø Hard truth with kindnessØ You buildØ Get in touch with meØ Available on Amazon Support the show
The journey to success in building a real estate team is never a straight line. Some start off in a conventional manner, while others take on a more interesting path. And whatever path you choose for yourself, you're bound to encounter failures along the way. But as long as you look at failures as opportunities to learn from those experiences, you will keep moving forward and hopefully impart the lessons you have learned to those who are just starting out on their own journey in real estate. Brian Charlesworth joins Trey Willard, Team Leader at Keller Williams Realty Inc. as Trey shares his journey from being an assistant to leading a team that has produced $126 million in pending and closed volume this year, and some tactical and strategic things people can implement in their real estate business today. Top Takeaways: (02:33) What is an assistant to an agent? (06:26) Why 2017 was the worst year of real estate in Trey's entire life (08:37) A lesson for top producers out there (09:28) Why hiring someone from outside the industry to handle the operations side could be a game changer (11:42) The good thing about failure (14:02) Who is running Trey's expansion team? (15:56) How to create pathways for your agents so they can continue to grow inside of your organization (17:02) What is Trey's team doing differently? (18:25) What Trey loves the most about Sisu (19:24) What have sales contests done for Trey's business? (19:42) Why agents should stop focusing on the number of conversations and dials (23:08) The systems that Trey uses (28:23) The biggest challenge with working with family (32:48) How Trey's team is being impacted by the massive shift happening now (33:47) Why Trey thinks the real estate industry needs a purge (36:03) Why it's not always about agent count (37:35) Trey's last words of advice Connect with Trey Willard LinkedIn: Trey Willard Website: The W Group/ KW Geater Baton Rouge About the guest: Trey Willard graduated from LSU in 2007 and went to School for Business Communications and Technical Sales. He thought he'd be selling medical devices at that time, but then he realized that knocking on doors and getting in front of people wasn't his thing. Then a friend of his who was growing his real estate business decided to hire him as an executive administrative assistant. Two and a half months later, he got his own real estate license. In his first year with Keller Wiliams, he became Rookie of the Year and sold 33 houses. In 2017, Trey decided to build his own team. However, this proved to be a painful experience as he watched his business account dwindle away. This became his wake-up call to start changing how he does things. Fast forward to 2020, Trey hired a listing coordinator who eventually became his Operations Director. This is when his business started to take off. Last year, Trey's team sold 334 units amounting to $91 million in production. This year, they've already closed 367 units, with 61 pending, which equates to $126 million year-to-date.
It's the 100th episode! To celebrate, I'm sharing my five biggest takeaways from past episodes. I narrowed it down, but I could've given you hundreds of life-changing lessons from all these incredible conversations. I started Once Upon a Food Story with the idea that if I could share other people's food stories, then I could help you tap into your own. Even though there is a lot of guilt and shame around our eating challenges, when we are open about our stories, we all feel less alone. I love when my guest says, "I've never talked about this publicly before". That's when I know that I'm doing my part to change the collective conversation and normalize talking about our shared food and body struggles. In this episode, you'll learn: Ways you can feel like a million bucks without spending a fortune Exactly how your environment plays a big role in your food story Tips for better mental wellbeing, even when life feels out of control An understanding of how we impact one another's food story How to live in the moment and not let your past define you So you might be wondering, what's next? I've been interviewing new guests already with eye-opening conversations about intuitive movement, Ayurveda and chocolate, nutrition and spirituality, modern breathwork, fun cooking hacks, and other topics to change the way you eat, think, and live. Stay tuned! I'm also hosting a free, 3-day virtual retreat: Stress Less. Live Free from September 27-29. You'll walk away with more clarity, ease, and a heightened intuitive sense of what feels nourishing to your mind, body, and mood. Join me! You can register here. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your dream guests, topics, or any other ideas you might have. Thanks for being a part of the Once Upon a Food Story Family. Here's to the next 100 episodes! Learn more about Elise Museles: Stress Less, Live Free Virtual Retreat (It's FREE) Food Story: Rewrite the Way You Eat, Think, and Live Website: elisemuseles.com Instagram: @elisemuseles Facebook: @elisemuseles
Why are social interactions so daunting for some of us and what can we do to make things easier on ourselves? Dr. Sanjay Gupta revisits an interview with clinical psychologist Ellen Hendriksen, who offers actionable tips that all of us can put into practice.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy