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Elite Man Podcast
How HBOT Can Help The Body Fight Off And Heal From Covid And Long-Haul Covid Symptoms – Dr. Paul Harch (Ep. 354)

Elite Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 60:47


Dr. Paul Harch, world-renowned HBOT expert, and leading hyperbaric medicine, diving, and emergency medicine physician, joins our show in this special episode of the Elite Man Podcast! In today's episode Dr. Harch comes back on the podcast to discuss the use of HBOT for covid treatment and recovery after damage from covid. He breaks down how hyperbaric oxygen works and how it can help in acute viral illnesses including covid, and also how it can help heal the body after it gets damaged. If you're wondering how HBOT works and how it can help heal the body, check this episode out now! *Download this episode now and subscribe to our channel to get more of these amazing interviews! In our episode we go over: • How HBOT was used for the Spanish Flu successfully • Whether or not oxygen is anti-viral • How oxygen can help the immune system • Intermittent oxygen treatment and the benefits of giving it and removing it for the body • What Long-Haul Covid really is (for the most part) • The importance of keeping your oxygen levels high • The signaling mechanisms that are at play with oxygen therapy • The importance of modulating the oxygen amounts for patients • Treating covid infection with HBOT • The promising results from the early studies surrounding acute infection • Why just pressurized air alone can be healing and have many benefits • The atmospheric increase in the Dead Sea in Israel and how this can help people breathe better • Using HBOT for longevity and the process of calculating your dose and duration • The future of HBOT use and its potential to save lives Check out Dr. Harch on: Website: https://hbot.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harchhbotinc/ Sponsors: * Follow Justin on Instagram now for daily content not found anywhere else! *Join our email list at EliteManMagazine.com/newsletter now! *Check out our new uncensored platform American Freedom Tribe at AmericanFreedomTribe.com!

How Did They Do It? Real Estate
SA351 | Building An Environment That Generates Sustainable Income Opportunities with Pasha Esfandiary

How Did They Do It? Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 29:12


Are you willing to take risks to achieve tremendous success in your life? Pasha Esfandiary joins in to talk about the relationship between poker and investment, the significance of people relationships, and the key points to leverage in multifamily and mobile home park investments. Don't miss this episode to learn essential life lessons you can learn as a real estate investor!Key Takeaways To Listen For2 essential lessons as a poker player that you can incorporate into real estateHow emotional intelligence makes you the best real estate investorsThings to learn from investing in real estateSteps to start investing in real estate and build your own portfolioPros and cons of investing in multifamily apartments and mobile home parksHelpful resources for underwriting and evaluating dealsResources Mentioned In This EpisodeThe Real Estate LabAbout Pasha EsfandiaryStarting his career in real estate in 2011, flipping homes found at auctions, Pasha has since been involved in over $125 million in transactions across multiple asset types. These include residential homes, boutique motels, the purchasing and management of large multifamily properties, and working with housing programs in vulnerable communities. In early 2021, Pasha founded Evoke Capital with the primary objective of helping others achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. His lifelong philosophy is what drives Evoke Capital to excellence – People First. Treating each investment as his own and each tenant as family, Pasha has developed Evoke Capital within nine months to include a portfolio of over 300 units, a mobile home park, and an additional 197 lots under contract.Connect with PashaWebsite: Evo Capital       Email: pasha@evokecapital.netTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams

The Dr. Tyna Show
28: Boots on the Ground: Treating Covid with Early Interventions with Dr. Amber Belt

The Dr. Tyna Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 67:02


Dr. Amber Belt is a ND who practices in Flagstaff Arizona. She specializes in regenerative injection therapies but also in chronic infectious diseases.  We dive into her boots on the ground experience treating COVID patients these past few years. As always, if you have any questions for the show please email us at podcast@drtyna.com.  And if you like this show, please share it, rate it, review it and subscribe to it on your favorite podcast app.   Check Out Dr. Amber Belt: Join her email list  here Check out her biz: https://sagesirona.com Links: No Significant Difference in Viral Load Between Vaccinated and Unvaccinated, Asymptomatic and Symptomatic Groups When Infected with SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant Moderna admits it's gene therapy COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates Show Gene Therapy is a Viable Strategy Sponsored by:  Dr. Tyna Store https://store.drtyna.com Check out my two new products GI Rebuild and Daily Collagen For 10% off my entire store use code COLLAGEN10 Follow Dr. Tyna: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drtyna/ Download my FREE book and get on my email list: https://courses.drtyna.com/book Shop my stores: https://store.drtyna.com and https://drtynahemp.com

Marketing Trends
How Insurance Can Elevate Your Business with Tim Metzner, Co-founder, Coterie Insurance

Marketing Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 44:20


When it comes to taking care of people, everyone in business says they want to, but very few people put together action steps to taking care of their team. Tim Metzner, Co-founder of Coterie Insurance, makes it his mission to build a culture where people not only want to work, but feel inspired and energized at the end of their day.“It's a big part of what drew me to this company, to this opportunity, to this industry. There's just such a chance to build a great long-term legacy company. I just love seeing people come alive in their careers because it trickles over into their personal lives and vice versa. Treating people as humans, building a great place for them to work. If you can do that, the impact you can have on a community is massive because we all become better humans when you know that 40 plus hours a week that we're dedicating to work is enjoyable. When we leave energized at the end of the day, when we leave actually wanting to come back and do more work. We have so much fire, to go do other good stuff in our lives.”You might think of insurance and groan, but Tim shows how a solid insurance company can really elevate your business. His team leverages their expertise to make sure business owners work on a company, not just in a company, and are able to keep their companies going strong. Be sure to listen to this episode of Marketing Trends to hear his secrets of satisfying and exciting both customers and employees. Main TakeawaysYou have to be adaptive: When marketing to new customers, you need to be ready to go to where they are, and speak a language that they understand. The best way to achieve this is to build a team of people who are smarter than you in new areas you don't know about.Put your products in places of relevance. Your customers shouldn't have to hunt down what they need. You want to make sure it's easy to get what they need, where they need it. For example, by putting the option to buy insurance on jewelry right when you buy it - it increases those sales (and eliminates fraud). Think about where you can present your products where customers already are. Start your culture right away: There are a lot of leaders who think culture can wait until you are larger, but the truth is culture is going to be there either way. You want to be intentional about it right away. If you want to attract people who are talented and great human beings, you need to have a vision for the type of company you want to build early.Key Quotes“Some people will tell you until you've got a company, don't worry about things like culture and don't focus too much on values and vision and some of that. I just think that's the wrong approach. Because if things do start to take off and you make it, you're going to have a culture either way. You can either be intentional and create that, or it can kind of happen on its own. I just believe, if you want to attract people who are not only really talented, but just great human beings, you got to have a vision for the kind of company you want to build and you want to attract them to that.”“As you scale, it gets really easy to lose sight of what's happening on the front lines. What's that customer service, that customer advocate hearing and seeing and feeling? One of the things we implemented is called core coaching. Every three weeks, everyone in the company has a one-on-one with someone more senior in the company, and that entire one-on-one is focused on hearing from them. Hearing about what they're seeing, feeling, thinking we need to do better and also just about them in their career.”“Many people don't start a business because they're great at starting businesses. It's because they have a thing they love doing. Or they realize they're really good at a thing. So we want to help educate them on, what does it look like to actually work on the business, not just in the business. How can we use some of our own past experiences as business owners to help educate people along the way? Not just about insurance, but about making their business a better business.”“We built Coterie as a remote-first company from the beginning. All three of us co-founders agreed that there's no reason to limit ourselves to talent just in Cincinnati, Ohio. As much as I love Cincinnati, there are amazing people all over the place who want to have freedom and flexibility to work for a great company right from where they are.”“Build a scalpel, not a Swiss army knife.”BioTim Metzner is co-founder of Coterie, an API-based commercial lines insurance startup. Coterie empowers agents and brokers to secure coverage for small businesses faster and easier than ever. Previously, he was co-founder of Differential, a leading digital product studio and of OCEAN, a faith-based non-profit organization that teaches, mentors, invests in, and gathers entrepreneurs around both business and biblical principles critical to their success. Tim is currently an active member of the Board of Directors for all three organizations. In addition to his direct contribution as a co-founder, collectively OCEAN and Differential have spawned dozens of ventured-backed organizations that have raised millions and created hundreds of jobs.Tim is very active in the Cincinnati entrepreneurial community which, among other efforts, has included bringing Startup Weekend to Cincinnati, serving on the Advisory Board for NKU's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, serving as an EIR for the University of Cincinnati's Venture Lab, as well as being an active mentor to entrepreneurs and students in the region.In addition to his volunteer and entrepreneurial endeavors, one of his greatest joys and challenges is co-leading his four young children (Nolan, Owen, Faith, and Emma) with his wife, Kristy.---Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world's number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing.

Periodic Effects: Cannabis Business Podcast
Pe251 Treating Specific Ailments with Cannabis

Periodic Effects: Cannabis Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 79:36


We had Dr. Jordan Tishler (last ep. Pe247) back on the podcast to discuss more science than politics this time around. We discuss his private practice in Massachusetts, Inhale MD, and his insights on treating specific ailments with cannabis like cancer, pain, anxiety and insomnia. We also cover the current science on topical and sublingual consumption effectiveness.  Dr. Jordan Tishler is the President of the Association of Cannabinoid Specialists, helping educate physicians on the practice of cannabis medicine. LINK: Periodic Effects Youtube Channel LINK: Schedule 1-on-1 Consulting Call w/ Wayne *read all details for 1-on-1 calls in this calendar link LINK: Contact Periodic Effects Podcast

#321
#432 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers... Part 1

#321

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 70:00


Treating suspected childhood apraxia of speech can be extremely difficult in toddlers and preschoolers. In this podcast, you'll learn the latest evidence-based guidelines for designing initial treatment plans for very young children when apraxia is first suspected including the  4 overall treatment principles for toddlers and preschoolers, assisting parents in adaption to the diagnosis, identifying prelinguistic skills that may impact communication, discussing initial AAC options, steps to teaching a child with apraxia to imitate, and considerations for early vocabulary selection. Link for $5 CEU credit...https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-432-treating-apraxia-in-toddlers-and-preschoolers/

Friends of a Feather
ep. 201: Treating Money God's Way with Katie Jones

Friends of a Feather

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 34:38


Before she got married, Katie Jones became immersed in the FIRE movement (Financial Independence Retire Early). An early goal of hers was to retire by the age of 40. But over time, she began to question the concept of passive income and her approach to both money and work. She began to ask “What does my faith have to do with that and what does God say about it?” “Financial independence in and of itself isn't wrong. It becomes wrong when it crosses the line so that I'm relying only on myself, and not on God.” Katie Jones WHOA...THAT^^^^^ Listen in and be encouraged!  Also, check out the Show Notes: www.wrenrobbins.com/podcast/201  

Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz
Detecting and Treating Long COVID and Vaccine Injury | Guest: Dr. Ram Yogendra | 1/13/22

Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 70:39


Aside from those who get COVID, there are two other groups that are being neglected by our government and broken medical system: COVID long-haulers and those injured by the vaccines. We are joined today by Dr. Ram Yogendra, a board-certified anesthesiologist who works with COVIDLongHaulers.com to help diagnose and treat both long COVID and inflammation from the vaccines. His research has discovered a disturbing amout of spike protein in people long after both the virus and/or the shots, which suggests we need a movement to help treat these people. Where is this level of compassion from our government? Dr. Yogendra and his team are filling that vacuum to help treat people with compassion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health
#67: Holistic Healing with Vivica Menegaz | Identifying and Treating Trauma

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 53:12


I had the pleasure of speaking with Vivica Menegaz, who is a holistic practitioner who specializes in helping women heal their hormones and lose weight through the use of a therapeutic diet with lifestyle and mindset. Originally from Italy, Vivica has always been around food both through her family of restaurateurs and in her early career as a food photographer. In her late 30s she finally discovered nutrition, her true vocation. Vivica runs a web based practice, specialized in therapeutic diets for healing. She is a creator of the Healing Foods Method, a 4 month one-on-one course to transform health and lifestyle with focus on metabolism and endocrine rebalancing. The program has been extremely successful, helping many people reclaim their lives and health. Vivica is the author of 4 cookbooks. Vivica's journey 1:41Awareness about toxic cleaning products 9:27Diet and Keto 21:20Trauma and holistic wellness 34:12How to identify damaging trauma 39:54Somatic exercise 47:47“What I found especially at the beginning of the ketogenic diet when I started doing it is that it's an incredibly powerful tool to reverse metabolic damage and to reverse insulin resistance. If you think about it, we live in a nation where sugar is the number one commodity, and so there is a lot of metabolic damage and there is a lot of inflammation aside from a lot of toxicity.” 22:17@thenourishedcavemanhttps://thenourishedcaveman.com/https://www.thehealingfoodsmethod.com/https://feelbrilliant.com/

Get Healthy Alabama
22-2 Natural Remedies For Treating Viral Infections

Get Healthy Alabama

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 18:34


Episode 22:2 Natural Remedies For Treating Viral Infections It seems like the Coronavirus just won't go away as record numbers of Americans are now testing positive for it. As a result, the demand for suggestions on what can be done naturally to overcome it has gone through the roof. For that reason we decided to use this episode to share with you suggestions for dealing with the Coronavirus, or any virus, NATURALLY. Specifically, we discuss three combinations of whole food supplements and herbs that can be used in the following manner: 1) Prevention 2) Early Treatment 3) Treatment ---------------- 1) PREVENTION To prevent someone from getting a cold, the flu or Covid we suggest a combination called “The Immune Power Pack”: Cataplex C - 3 per day Cataplex D - 3 per day Zinc Chelate - 1-2 per day Wormwood Complex - 1 per day (on an empty stomach) ---------------- 2) EARLY TREATMENT At the FIRST SIGN of a cold, we recommend the “Nip It In The Bud” combination of supplements consisting of: Cataplex C - 3, every three hours Congaplex - 3, every three hours Echinacea Premium - 1, every three hours ---------------- 3) TREATMENT Once a person is sick, we recommend a combination of herbs known as “The Core Four”: Echinacea Premium - 2, every three hours Andrographis Complex - 2, every three hours Epimune (Mushrooms) - 2, every three hours Wormwood Complex - 2, every three hours ---------------- In our opinion, all of these products are excellent and can be purchased directly from the manufacturer (Standard Process) via a website set up specifically for our listeners: Atlas.StandardProcess.com On this episode we also discuss how EVERYONE is going to get “punched” by a virus during this cold and flu season… why this current sickness is NOT Covid… and the difference between “pandemic” and “endemic.” Please give this episode a good listen and then share it with a friend. Thanks! ———————- Want to learn more? Continue the conversation regarding this episode, and all future episodes, by signing up for our daily emails. Simply visit: GetHealthyAlabama.com Once there, download the “Symptom Survey” and you will automatically added to our email list. ———————- Also, if you haven't already, we'd appreciate it if you'd subscribe to the podcast, leave a comment and give us a rating. (Thanks!!!) 

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 * This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. Please consult with your health care provider before making any health-related changes.

Medicine Stories
84. Our Complex Humanity Cannot Be Canceled

Medicine Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 45:36


Let us step out of the mass psychosis of cancel culture and remember compassion, tolerance for differing viewpoints, and recognition of the deeply complex nature of human behavior. TOPICS: Losing compassion in the name of compassion Cancel culture does nothing to create justice or healing It's an ouroboros- the more a person participates in cancel culture, the more likely they are to be cancelled The goalposts of what is and is not okay are always moving I am not here to intellectually coddle my audience Collapsing both/and issues into either/or issues Shame is not a social justice tool Treating people like human beings, not political abstractions or online content Moral perfection is impossible People are not disposable Less punishment and more rehabilitation Dehumanization only leads to more injustice What cancellation would have meant for our ancestors and how that ancient imprint affects us today The trauma of cancellation shuts down the brain areas needed for healing and growth Quitting the cult of wokeness Choosing truth over popularity The parallels with the witch hunts This is not how we restructure humanity toward a more just, kind, equitable future Cancel culture leads to self censorship Your ancestors will not cancel you, the earth will not cancel you, the sun will not cancel you RESOURCES: On Cancel Culture & the Medicine Stories Podcast Megan Jayne Crabbe's post Clementine Morrigan's post The Fucking Cancelled podcast I Was the Mob Until the Mob Came For Me Shame & Accountability by Brene Brown Chloe Valdary Theory of Enchantment Why I'm Leaving the Cult of Wokeness by Africa Brooke Africa's Instagram Medicine Stories Patreon (podcast bonuses!) My website MythicMedicine.love  Take our fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? Quiz Medicine Stories Facebook group Mythic Medicine on Instagram Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)

The Thinking Project
#178 - Annie Schiffmann | Treating your business like opening night!

The Thinking Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 59:51


Annie Schiffmann believes that when people experience the performing arts regularly, they change for the better. An award-winning actress and content creator, she started Downstage Media to give brands marketing strategies that engage audiences because engaged audiences show up. Make sure you check out her practical tips to SHOW UP on opening night! Follow her on Twitter and check out her website! If you're listening on Spotify, consider leaving a review! Shoutout to our sponsors – Monarch Social – a one-stop shop for everything digital marketing! For links to my course VA University, Sales Genius, and to inquire about my Empathetic Selling program – Click here! Enjoy the episode!

The TriDot Podcast
Preventing & Treating Triathlon Injuries: Above the Waist

The TriDot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 64:45


With all the swimming, biking, running, stretching, and lifting you do to train for a multi-sport lifestyle, you put your body through A LOT! Chances are you've dealt with an unpleasant ache or pain. Today's episode is part two in a three-part series covering injury prevention for various portions of your body. In part two, Dr. B.J. Leeper provides an injury-prevention-focused anatomy lesson on a triathlete's upper body! Learn to prevent and treat "swimmer's shoulder," nerve compression in the arms and hands (cyclist's palsy), neck and back pain in your aero position, and more.

Girls Gone Healthy - Workout Motivation and Food Guide to Live a Cheap, Easy Healthy Lifestyle for College Girls and Women

Do you know how to begin your fitness journey this 2022? Every new year, countless people have vowed that they'll be more active in incorporating movement in their day-to-day activities. Unfortunately, many have failed to move forward in their journeys because they could not find suitable routines for their specific fitness level. In this episode of the Live Your Personal Best podcast, I speak with Kaisa Keranen, a personal trainer, fitness educator, and social media influencer known for her fun and innovative ways to keep people moving. She graduated from the University of Washington, where she's a track and field team member. Later, she got her master's in exercise science, sports performance, and injury prevention. Listen to learn more about the best ways to start your fitness journey, no matter what level you are at right now, especially when you are still at the starting level. Episode Timeline [2:44] Kaisa shares what she's been working on at Kaisa Fit right now. [6:18] Kaisa discussed her approach in motivating her clients to move [9:26] Kaisa revealed some of the best ways for those who'd like to start working out [14:11] Kaisa describes her experience being in the spotlight [17:44] Kaisa spoke about her predictions of the fitness industry [21:26] Kaisa leaves her last advice for the audience Key takeaways If you're planning to start exercising, just start. Create a doable exercise plan that you can easily stick. Start adding five minutes of movement per day, whether it's walking, stretching, among others. Keep saying to yourself that you're more than your body, but that does not mean that you should not take care of it. If you move to achieve a specific look, you're most likely going to set yourself up for failure. You have to know something so well to be able to break it down so simply. Movement is so fun, and it should be so creative. Start taking care of yourself this new year. Quotes  “When it comes to the human body, it's so advanced like it's literally a miracle that we're never gonna fully understand, so we can always spend time arguing and breaking down and learning more and I love that side of things.” - Kaisa [5:27] “Health is a feeling. It is not a look. Being healthy does not look a specific way. It's very different for every single human being.” - Kaisa [11:01] “It would be foolish to say that we're not human beings who care about what we look like. You have to be able to take that and put more power over other things.” - Kaisa [19:14] Connect with Kaisa: https://kaisafit.com/ #1 Reason Why New Year's Resolutions Fail Episode: https://www.weekonereset.com/goals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine
A Brainy Approach to Treating Chronic Low Back Pain - Frankly Speaking Ep 258

Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 10:09


Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™   CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-258   Overview: Chronic pain affects 20% of people in the United States, and chronic low back pain is the most common cause of chronic pain. Although some treatments can reduce the severity of the pain, the persistence of chronic low back pain is a source of frustration for both patients and clinicians. Join us to discuss how behavioral and psychological therapy should be part of the treatment for chronic low back pain and how new approaches may be much more effective than existing therapies.   Episode resource links: Ashar YK, Gordon A, Schubiner H, et al. Effect of Pain Reprocessing Therapy vs Placebo and Usual Care for Patients With Chronic Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Psychiatry. Published online September 29, 2021. Guest: Alan Ehrlich MD, FAAFP   Music Credit: Richard Onorato

Ben Greenfield Fitness
Did Ben Greenfield Get Vaccinated (Yet?), Can You Get COVID Twice, The Latest On Omicron, Treating Long Haul COVID & Much More With Dr. Matt Cook.

Ben Greenfield Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 67:00


BenGreenfieldFitness.com/mattcookdecember About two months ago, I had a deep and wide-ranging podcast conversation with Dr. Matthew Cook about COVID and vaccines. That podcast wound up creating just as many questions as it answered, including the extremely frequent, "Did Ben get vaccinated?" question (for my latest thoughts on that, check out this recent Instagram post

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates
Fluvoxamine for Treating COVID-19

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 9:40


How effective is fluvoxamine in patients with COVID-19? A 2-week course of full-dose fluvoxamine decreased clinical deterioration in outpatients with symptomatic COVID-19 infection. Faculty: Jim Phelps, M.D. Hosts: Jessica Diaz, M.D.; Lorena Rodríguez, M.D. Learn more about Premium Membership here Earn 0.5 CMEs: Quick Take Vol. 30 Fluvoxamine vs Placebo and Clinical Deterioration in Outpatients With Symptomatic COVID-19

Mayo Clinic Q&A
Ask the Mayo Mom: Treating hernias in children

Mayo Clinic Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 19:10


A hernia occurs when a part of the intestine pushes through a weak spot in the stomach muscles. A hernia creates a soft lump or bulge under the skin.In children, hernias usually occur in one of two places:  An inguinal hernia occurs in the groin area.  An umbilical hernia occurs near the belly button.  Inguinal hernias in newborns and children result from a weakness in the abdominal wall that's present at birth. Sometimes the hernia will be visible only when an infant is crying, coughing or straining during a bowel movement. An inguinal hernia isn't necessarily dangerous, but surgery may be recommended to fix an inguinal hernia that's painful or enlarging. Inguinal hernia repair is a common surgical procedure and can be performed as an open or minimally invasive procedure. Umbilical hernias are most common in infants, but they can affect adults as well. In an infant, an umbilical hernia may be especially evident when the infant cries, causing the bellybutton to protrude. This is a classic sign of an umbilical hernia.Children's umbilical hernias often close on their own in the first two years of life, though some remain open into the fifth year or longer. Umbilical hernias that appear during adulthood are more likely to need surgical repair.On this edition of the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Angela Mattke, a Mayo Clinic pediatrician and host of "Ask the Mayo Mom," discusses treating hernias in children with Dr. Stephanie Polites, a pediatric surgeon in the Mayo Clinic Children's Center.

Kate Dalley Radio
010522 SHORT 23 Min Fauci Treating Us Like Pets Now & Illinois Digital System Plan MUST LISTEN

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 31:56


010522 SHORT 23 Min Fauci Treating Us Like Pets Now & Illinois Digital System Plan MUST LISTEN by Kate Dalley

Speaking of Psychology
Healing pain by treating the mind, with Tor Wager, PhD

Speaking of Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 36:22


More than 20 percent of U.S. adults suffer from some form of chronic pain. For many, effective treatment remains elusive, with medications and even surgeries giving little in the way of relief. But in recent years, psychologists' research has begun to suggest that at least for some people, the answer to chronic pain may come not from healing the body but from treating the mind. Dr. Tor Wager, of Dartmouth University, discusses the relationship among our thoughts, feelings and beliefs about pain and the actual physical pain that we feel, what pain looks like in the brain, and how new research findings are leading to effective new treatments for pain.

The Leadership Podcast
TLP288: Information Is No Longer A Source Of Power

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 44:24


Ron Carucci has a 30-year track record of helping organizations adopt strategies that lead to accelerated growth, and designing programs to execute those strategies. He is also a two-time TED speaker and the best-selling author of eight books.    His recently released book is “To Be Honest: Lead with the Power of Truth, Justice and Purpose,” which was selected by Bloomberg Businessweek as one of 2021's Best Books. Based on a 15 year longitudinal study of more than 3,200 leaders, Ron wanted to know what earns and keeps the trust of others, and what loses it.    Ron also talks about why more than 50% of leaders fail within their first 18 months of appointment, and shares the four differentiating capabilities that set successful leaders apart. If you are facing a challenge of spearheading a daunting transformation of any kind, this episode will resonate.   Key Takeaways [2:10] Outside of his public bio, Ron talks about why he collects antique doorknobs. [5:40] Ron tells the stories of the leaders we want to be like and share what it means to be honest. [7:30] What people look for in a leader are truth, justice, and purpose.   [8:50] Ron shares results from their research on how to predict someone's behavior or response in a certain situation: Justice and consistency.  [10:35] Not all workers are created equal. Ron shares how leaders can create a just environment. [11:40] Treating everyone the same way will make you fair. [14:16] Accountability systems are trust-based and dignifying to the contributor when the leader recognizes that the contribution and the contributor are fused. [16:14] Power is oftentimes misunderstood and misused. [18:45] A sense of agency will help us focus on the right things. [19:35] You can only disappoint people at a rate they can absorb. [20:40] Information is no longer a source of power because it is ubiquitous. Ron shares how the interpretation of information can be a source of power, instead. [23:25] The job of a leader is making sure their employees don't ask the two questions: Do I matter and do I fit in. [26:20] Ron alo talks about the difference between core values and values that are operative and how leaders can coach their employees to be a better fit. [29:20] Shedding our paradigms of leadership helps develop better leaders. [32:00] Ron shares advice for leaders on how to allow their employees to be a better version of themselves. [36:40] Giving your employees grace and the chance to learn sets them up for success. [40:10] Ron shares his insights on transformational change from a leadership perspective in order to scale. [42:40] As we move into 2022, Ron urges leaders to reflect on how their values can positively impact employees.   Quotable Quotes “There are 7.3 billion doors in the world through which love, joy, and hope can pass in and you're one of them.”   “Truth; you have to say the right thing. Justice; you have to do the right thing. And Purpose; you have to say and do the right thing for the right reason.”   “If you want to be a just leader, you have to actually be somebody who is an activist looking to uproot injustices and right them.” “Accountability is about a mutually beneficial relationship between a leader and a follower.” “Your weaknesses are your greatest source of credibility.”   Resources Mentioned Sponsored by: Darley.com Navalent.com Ron on LinkedIn Grab Ron's books, Rising to Power: The Journey of Exceptional Executives and To Be Honest: Lead with the Power of Truth, Justice and Purpose  

20-Minute Health Talk
Top 5 medical innovations of 2021

20-Minute Health Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 20:03


The advent of the Covid-19 vaccines propelled us into 2021 and put a spotlight on the critical role of research and clinical trials. In this episode we spotlight five innovations coming out of the last year from researchers at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research. The innovations aim to improve life for patients living with paralysis, schizophrenia, cardiovascular disease, Covid-19, brain cancer and PTSD.   Chapters:   00:42 – Treating PTSD with inner-ear stimulation – Dr. Rebecca Schwartz and Dr. Theodoros Zanos  04:13 – Virtual trials – Dr. Christina Brennan and Dr. Mark Butler  08:30 – Artificial intelligence to help diagnose schizophrenia – Dr. Sunny Tang  11:17 – Restoring movement in paralyzed patients – Chad Bouton   13:30 – Treating glioblastoma with belly fat – Dr. John Boockvar    16:33 – Northwell's Top 5 moments in 2021   In a bonus segment, we reflect on Northwell Health's most newsworthy moments, including the release of The First Wave Documentary; the Northwell Health Nurse Choir competes on America's Got Talent; the 20th anniversary of 9/11; the authorization on Covid-19 vaccinations for children; and the anniversary of the first Covid-19 vaccination in the U.S.     Meet our guests:  Rebecca Schwartz, PhD, associate investigator, Institute of Health System Science at Feinstein Institutes and Director, Research and Evaluation, Northwell Center for Traumatic Stress, Resilience and Recovery  Theodoros Zanos, PhD, assistant professor, Institute of Bioelectronic Medicine, Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research and Assistant Professor, Molecular Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell  Christina Brennan, MD, MBA, vice president of clinical research at Northwell Health's Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research  Mark Butler, PhD, assistant investigator, Center for Personalized Health, Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research  Sunny Tang, MD, assistant professor, Institute of Behavioral Science, Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research and Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell  Chad Bouton, professor, Institute of Bioelectronic Medicine, Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, Vice President, Advanced Engineering, Northwell Health, and Professor, Molecular Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell  John Boockvar, MD, professor, Feinstein Center for Neuroscience and Laboratory for Brain Tumor Biology and Therapy, Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, Co-Director, Brain Tumor Biotech Center, Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, and Vice Chair, Department of Neurosurgery, Lenox Hill Hospital   Watch episodes of 20-Minute Health Talk on YouTube. 

Beyond Theory
S4 E13: Scott Davis On Treating What's Underneath

Beyond Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 29:23


Many times, when people seek treatment for trauma, they are addressing something that happened to them recently. However, there is often something that lies underneath that also needs to be addressed. Chief Clinical Director of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare Scott Davis makes the case that true recovery can only be reached when everything is addressed, not just the part a person is comfortable with. But how do you get a person to open up to meet them where they are?   Scott Davis is the Chief Clinical Director at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. He has experience treating patients and military personnel who have substance use disorders, sex addiction, eating disorders, and trauma. In addition, he has training in such modalities as neurofeedback, brain mapping, EMDR, and more. 

The Lindsey Elmore Show
Women Food Hormones | Sara Gottfried M.D.

The Lindsey Elmore Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 52:36


Sara Gottfried, MD, is a hormone expert, a Harvard-educated physician-scientist, and a clinical assistant professor in the department of integrative medicine and nutritional sciences at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University. She is the New York Times best-selling author of four books, including The Hormone Cure. She lives in Moraga, California. Topics covered in this episode: • A book about women, food & hormones. • How hormones affect our weight loss. • Hormones that are important for weight gain and weight loss. • How diets differ from men and women. • The lifecycle of a hormone. • Animal sources of protein that can help to support hormones without causing all the metabolic side effects. • The benefits of eating according to a Mediterranean diet. • How quickly do people start to lose weight with the Gottfried Protocol? • What is going on with our hormones across a lifespan that is changing our weight? • Does lack of sleep derail weight loss? Referenced in the episode: • The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 68 | Treating people, not symptoms | Dr. Sara Gottfried To learn more about Sara Gottfried M.D. and her work, head over to www.saragottfriedmd.com IG @Saragottfriedmd @womenfoodhormones __________________________________________________________ Eaton Hemp Organic Hemp Food - Nature's most nutrient-dense superfood. Head to www.eatonhemp.com/lindseyelmoreshow and save 25% on all Eaton Hemp products… with a full money back guarantee! __________________________________________________________ Amare FundaMentals Pack – Includes: MentaBiotics, which are a combination of unique strains of probiotics, prebiotics, and phytobiotics that have been scientifically shown to improve mental wellness. MentaFocus, which has key phytonutrients clinically shown to support focus, mental sharpness, clarity, creativity, and cognitive functioning, and MentaSync, which optimizes the communication sync of chemical messengers between your brain and your gut. Head over to www.lindseyelmore.com/amarefundamentals ... save $10 and you'll also be given a free three-day Gut Reboot Plus as a one-time gift. __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.

Fully Vetted
42. The Power of Poop: Fecal Transplants for Treating Disease

Fully Vetted

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 21:04


2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Poop: It's more than just something that people find gross, fascinating, or grossly fascinating. In fact, researchers at The Ohio State University are investigating veterinary uses for fecal microbiota transplantation. In this episode, MVC speaker Dr. Jenessa Winston joins us to discuss how her team is learning how to turn crap into a cure—or at least a very effective treatment—for a variety of illnesses and conditions from parvovirus enteritis to obesity. This is an area of veterinary medicine that is on the verge of exploding (in a good way). Listen in to find out the amazing discoveries being made right now in this cutting-edge field! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message

On Your Terms
24. Why You Should Treat Your Clients the Way Olive Garden Does

On Your Terms

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 36:32


Whether you believe Olive Garden is fine dining or low brow, one thing you have to admit is that they are doing something right – and no, it's not the breadsticks. Olive Garden has a successful approach to customer service: Treating their customers like family. In this episode, I share two ways you can emulate that approach and why you'd want to in the first place. With this strategy, you can create your own army of word-of-mouth loyalists to market your business for you and increase their lifetime customer value, without having to make everyone in the world happy. This week, I'd like to shout out Alex, who kindly wrote: “I was so excited when Sam started this podcast. She has such great information on her Instagram and I'm so happy she started this podcast to have all this great info in one place. It's so hard to choose one great episode because all of her episodes are amazing.” In this episode, you'll hear…  06:10 - Why you should treat your customers like family 09:01 - Creating a balance between customer service and sustainability 17:49 - How to build customer support into your offer 21:32 - Providing scalable support and expert access 28:38 - How to give exclusive access 29:47 - Getting customers to interact with one another 30:34 - Why supporting your existing customers is more important than acquiring new ones LEARN: Read https://www.samvanderwielen.com/blog/ (Sam's Blog) for the latest legal tips, podcast episodes & behind the scenes of building her seven-figure business. Listen to our https://www.samvanderwielen.com/customer-testimonials/ (customer stories) to see how getting legally legit has helped 1,000s of entrepreneurs grow their own businesses. CONNECT: Join the http://www.samvanderwielen.com/oyt-workshop (Free Legal Workshop) Follow Sam on https://instagram.com/samvanderwielen (Instagram) for legal tips, business-building advice & daily food + Hudson pics Like us on https://facebook.com/samvanderwielenllc (Facebook) Follow my podcast, On Your Terms, on https://www.instagram.com/onyourtermspodcast/ (Instagram) so you catch all our episodes Subscribe and follow on all podcast platforms and activate notifications for new episodes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-your-terms/id1576423248 (Apple Podcasts) https://open.spotify.com/show/54rD5CEydcpUITq65RcM9M (Spotify) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vbnlvdXJ0ZXJtcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vcnNzZmVlZA (Google Podcasts) https://onyourterms.captivate.fm/listen (Captivate) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRvmhnGVaMbL7Jf3_MgfNiA (YouTube) FAV TOOLS: https://app.kajabi.com/r/fLP3TYLV/t/6lnttyqz (Kajabi) // use Kajabi to sell your course, program, or even build your entire website. Get a 30-day free trial with my link. https://checkout.samcart.com/referral/wYwf9Zq0/Rv6iUB54jhGTo7RM (SamCart) // what I use for my checkout pages and payment processing and LOVE. And no, not because it's my name. https://convertkit.com/?lmref=SiAv4Q (ConvertKit) // what I use to build my email list, send emails to my list, and create opt-in forms & pages. DISCLAIMER: Although Sam is an attorney she doesn't practice law and can't give you legal advice. All episodes of On Your Terms are educational and informational only. The information discussed here isn't legal advice and isn't intended to be. The info you hear here isn't a substitute for seeking legal advice from your own attorney. AFFILIATE LINKS: Some of the links we share here may be affiliate links, which means we may make a small financial reward for referring you, without any cost difference to you. You're not obligated to use these links, but it does help us to share resources. Thank you for supporting our business! On Your Terms is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media).

Crooked Crown Podcast
Treating Yourself Without Breaking Your Budget

Crooked Crown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 18:22


The Armor Men's Health Hour
Treating Your BPH: Dr. Mistry and Dr. Jacomides Discuss Pros/Cons of Treatments for Enlarged Prostate

The Armor Men's Health Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 10:47


Thanks for tuning in to the Armor Men's Health Hour Podcast today, where we bring you the latest and greatest in urology care and the best urology humor out there.In this segment, Dr. Mistry and Dr. Lucas Jacomides discuss the pros and cons of various treatments for an enlarged prostate, also known as BPH. From prescription medications to surgical removal of the prostate (and everything in between), there are always trade-offs or side effects that come with medical intervention. That is why the team at NAU Urology Specialists offer different options to each unique patient. They are also huge proponents of the second opinion, so if you or a loved one are experiencing BPH and would like to have our practice evaluate your options, please give us a call. This episode previously aired on 7.18.20. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share us with a friend! As always, be well!Check our our award winning podcast!https://blog.feedspot.com/sex_therapy_podcasts/https://blog.feedspot.com/mens_health_podcasts/Dr. Mistry is a board-certified urologist and has been treating patients in the Austin and Greater Williamson County area since he started his private practice in 2007.We enjoy hearing from you! Email us at armormenshealth@gmail.com and we'll answer your question in an upcoming episode!Phone: (512) 238-0762Email: Armormenshealth@gmail.comWebsite: Armormenshealth.comOur Locations:Round Rock Office970 Hester's Crossing RoadSuite 101Round Rock, TX 78681South Austin Office6501 South CongressSuite 1-103Austin, TX 78745Lakeline Office12505 Hymeadow DriveSuite 2CAustin, TX 78750Dripping Springs Office170 Benney Lane Suite 202Dripping Springs, TX 78620

Frontiers of Commoning, with David Bollier
Jose Luis Vivero Pol: Treating Food as Commons, Not Commodites

Frontiers of Commoning, with David Bollier

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 49:47


Why is there so much hunger in the world today when the global food system produces, and wastes, amazing quantities of food? Jose Luis Vivero Pol, an anti-hunger activist and PhD Research Fellow at the Universite catholique de Louvain, in Belgium, points to our treatment of food as commodities, as traded in heavily subsidized markets dominated by large corporations. In this podcast, Vivero explains how growing and distributing food through commons (instead of globally consolidated, extractivist markets) can help make food far more accessible, affordable, and nutritious for everyone.

Wellmed Radio
Diagnosing and treating Seasonal Affective Disorder -- SAD with Dr. Gomez

Wellmed Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 26:00


Lorena Gomez, MD, physician at the WellMed at El Paso Drive clinic in El Paso, Texas and board certified in family medicine talks about recognizing/diagnosing, treating, and managing "Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD," with WellMed Radio co-hosts Dr. Marissa Charles, Doctor of Osteopathy and primary care physician at WellMed at Ingram, and award winning veteran broadcaster and attorney Ron Aaron. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stay in the Game
Advances in Treating Metastatic Cancer

Stay in the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 27:15


The Red Light Report
The Frequency of Love, PEMF Therapy & Photobiomodulation Research on Reducing Hyper-Inflammation & Treating Core Features of Autism

The Red Light Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 47:00


On the last episode of The Red Light Report this year, I decided it would be fun to take a slight deviation and learn about therapies that involve healing frequencies other than light. I will discuss the healing benefits of sound, specifically 528Hz that is also known as the "frequency of love" and the "frequency of health and longevity." We will then turn our attention to pulsed electromagnetic therapy, better known as PEMF therapy, and the many benefits that can be derived from these frequencies; interestingly, PEMF therapy shares many similar attributes to those found with red light therapy. Lastly, we will dive into two pieces of photobiomodulation research: one article looking at PEMF and red light therapy for reducing the hyper-inflammation associated with COVID-19 and another article looking at how transcranial red light therapy can assist with treating the core features of autism spectrum disorder.   I want to say thank you to every single one of you that listens to The Red Light Report. What started out as a spontaneous undertaking to help get the word out about red light therapy and the many benefits it possesses has turned into a passion project and a platform that has allowed me to share my and other experts' knowledge and experiences with red light therapy (along with the many topics within health, wellness and longevity) and also continuously disseminate the newest and best photobiomodulation research. My hope is that you find the podcast informational, thought-provoking and applicable.Even though there are countless ways to utilize red light therapy, I believe we are just beginning to harness the full potential it has to offer. I am excited to see what new research comes out in 2022 and you better believe I will be sharing that information with you all on the podcast. So I appreciate all of you for tuning in to the podcast and also for your patience as I grow as a podcast host and interviewer -- something I never planned on attempting before the beginning of this year, but has genuinely helped me grow as a person in many ways.To your health, wellness & longevity,Dr. Mike Belkowski - On this solosode, Dr. Mike Belkowski discusses the following: Frequency-related gifts he traded during Christmas  Photobiomodulation research  Transcranial red light therapy and its effect on autism  Healing benefits from sound  DNA repair from 528 Hz  Other benefits and applications for 528 H sound  PEMF mats (Pulse Electromagnetic field mats)  The mitochondria and how they produce ATP  Optimizing your mitochondrial health  The top 8 benefits of PEMF therapy  How photobiomodulation can reduce inflammation  Photobiomodulation research and autism - Citations: Therapeutic application of light and electromagnetic fields to reduce hyper-inflammation triggered by COVID-19 Transcranial Photobiomodulation in Adults with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder: Positive Findings from a Proof-of-Concept Study - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook

Life Matters - ABC RN
Treating incontinence and ageless friendships

Life Matters - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 54:06


It's a tricky topic, but an important one - how to tackle incontinence. Plus a project to change place names in one part of Victoria to better reflect the contribution of women, and a special friendship between a teenager and and 80-year-old.

The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
1025 - Emotional Intelligence with Ei4Change's Robin Hills

The Thoughtful Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 20:14


In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks to Robin Hills, the founder and CEO of https://ei4change.com/ (Ei4Change). For 16 years, Robin has been advocating and raising the awareness of emotional intelligence. He explains that emotional intelligence is a fundamental principle of life. Josh asks Robin what emotional intelligence is, and Robin explains that it is utilizing our emotions to make good decisions. However, emotions are constant and they fluctuate, which affects the way we think, communicate, and engage with others. Ei4change works with anyone interested in learning more about themselves. They focus on improving especially business relationships and communications. Leadership, team work, and relationships are where Ei4Change specialize. Ei4Change offers unique and valuable courses to teach emotional intelligence skills and techniques. Robin also explores how critical it is that leaders are highly aware of themselves and their impact on their team. What makes leaders good at what they do is that their emotional intelligence sets them apart and drives their decisions.  Emotion can also be used strategically; Robin says that it's easy to become angry, but once you're angry, what do you do with that emotion? How you handle and utilize these emotions are all a part of emotional intelligence. Leaders should always lead with empathy first.  Leaders should also lead with self-awareness – to know their own weaknesses and be able to work around them. Emotional intelligence can also be utilized for negative reasons, such as manipulating an audience. Robin warns that good leaders should be very conscious of how they utilize their emotional intelligence. These skills should never be used for personal, malicious gain.   Understanding your own emotional peaks and valleys is an important part of stress relief, too – often the areas that aren't your strengths give you the most anxiety. Understanding how to better yourself starts with the areas you're weakest in. Taking steps towards self betterment starts with the recognition and acceptance of your weaknesses. Embrace them to improve and move forward.  Robin also talks about how you can utilize unpleasantness to positively work through each day. Treating bad moments as opportunities for fresh starts is one way to frame things with newfound positivity.  Robin also stresses the importance of self care. Self care helps you understand and accept yourself, stay nourished and well in all ways, and improves your relationships with others. Take care of yourself to take care of the people you care about.  Learn more about Robin Hills and his work at https://ei4change.com/ (https://ei4change.com/).  Engage with Robin by reaching out to robin@ei4change.com Check out Robin Hills on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinhills/?originalSubdomain=uk (https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinhills/?originalSubdomain=uk).  If you're interested in contacting the Ei4Change team, you can reach them https://ei4change.com/contact/ (here).  Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur, thanks for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast.https://upmyinfluence.com/guest ( Schedule HERE). ✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures.https://upmyinfluence.com/b2b ( Learn more here). ✅ Check out our freehttps://upmyinfluence.com/1 ( Authority Transformation Masterclass).

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
341. Health Is Your Biggest Asset! Are You Treating It That Way? With Stevyn Guinnip

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 28:25


Advisors, it's time to stop burning yourself out. If you truly want to live your best retirement, focus on building your health and wealth!

The Whole View
Episode 488: Treating Eczema Inside-Out and Outside-In

The Whole View

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 80:38


This week, Stacy and Dr. Sarah break down the science on treating Eczema from the inside out. Then, they revisit an old show on Eczema in children with updated science and many product recommendations for listeners to try! Links to any products and articles discussed in the episode here on Monday! This week's listener Question: I had Eczema on body (arms, knees, groin, hands, belly) which started in my mid 30s and became most severe during my fourth pregnancy at age 37. Multiple treatments tried including acupuncture, naturopathic supplements did not achieve much improvement.  In late 2018, I did Whole 30 diet twice and saw marked improvement, and then transitioned to a paleo diet. All eczema cleared by 2020, with very small areas on hand remaining. Fall 2020, eczema on lips started.  I don't have eczema anywhere else now. I am now wondering if this perioral dermatitis is related to my previous eczema and how to treat it. Now that it is fall, the lips are beginning to worsen. Thank you! - Emily  Don't forget to subscribe to this channel and visit realeverything.com and thepaleomom.com!  If you haven't yet unlocked our bonus content, checkout Patreon for exclusive behind-the-scenes content and how Stacy and Sarah really feel about the topics they discuss. Your subscription goes to support this show and gets you direct access to submit your questions!  We also want to give a big thank you to this week's sponsors: Butcher Box | Get the Ultimate New Year's Bundle in your first box! One Farm | Get 15% off with code WHOLEVIEW Warby Parker | warbyparker.com/WHOLEVIEW Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Pushing The Limits
Fighting Cancer and Other Diseases Using the Ketogenic Diet with Dr Dominic D'Agostino

Pushing The Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 82:25


Even the most resilient and strongest individuals are not safe from the bone-deep exhaustion that cancer can bring. Treatment protocols will vary depending on a patient's condition, but they may cause fatigue. While it takes an average of 17 years for medical research to reach clinical practice, it is beyond doubt that there are now better ways to treat cancer. Did you know there is now emerging evidence that a ketogenic diet combined with standard cancer treatment may help patients? We often hear about the ketogenic diet from the fitness industry, but it's more than just for managing weight, glucose and insulin levels. Research shows it can also starve cancer cells and eventually kill them off!  In this episode, Dr Dominic D'Agostino discusses how the ketogenic diet has evolved and how we can adopt a proper ratio for our lifestyle. He also shares the press-pulse control to manage cancer, which includes utilising ketosis, Vitamin C and oxygen. Don't wait until you're diagnosed with a disease to become more mindful of your lifestyle and nutrition! Prevention is key if you want to live healthier. If you want to learn more about fighting cancer and several other diseases through the ketogenic diet, then this episode is for you! Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Understand how exogenous ketones and the ketogenic diet can help make your cells more resilient and even combat cancer! Remember that we need to prioritise preventing diseases. Starting early is key.  Learn how cancer cells function and how to kill them without suffering from side effects common from drugs. Get Customised Guidance for Your Genetic Make-Up For our epigenetics health programme, all about optimising your fitness, lifestyle, nutrition and mind performance to your particular genes, go to  https://www.lisatamati.com/page/epigenetics-and-health-coaching/. 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Episode Highlights [03:40] Dr Dom's Background Dr Dom majored in nutrition science and biology, then studied neuroscience for his PhD. Specifically, he studied the neural control of our physiology through electrophysiology. This includes respiratory and cardiovascular controls. His research interests then led him to study diving physiology and hyperbaric technologies. For over 15 years, Dr Dom has been developing hyperbaric technologies and nutritional and supplemental therapies to protect people from high hyperbaric conditions.  [06:14] How to Make Cells More Resilient Dr Dom shares that electrophysiology in hyperbaric chambers can directly measure neurons in response to the graded levels of oxygen in the chamber.  Oxygen can provide a therapeutic effect, but too much of it can lead to a seizure (oxygen toxicity). His research on measuring the cellular response on the level of mitochondria and plasma membrane led him to study how to control the metabolic states of the cell to make them more resilient to extreme environments.  Dr Dom worked with the NAVY Seal divers and focused on treatments such as lactate, glucose and ketones to enhance cell metabolic states and reduce seizures.  Ketones can not only make cells more resilient but also help maintain resting membrane potential and have less oxidative stress. [12:07] How the Ketogenic Diet has Evolved  The ketogenic diet is celebrating its 100th year anniversary in clinical use. It started as a standard of care for drug-resistant epilepsy in children. Anti-epileptic drugs have been found to delay learning development in kids, while the diet can enhance development. The ketogenic diet has also evolved over the years. The modified Atkins diet, or MADD, utilises a 20–25% protein diet.  The quantity and type of fat are important when considering a ketogenic diet. Listen to the full episode to learn more!  Over the years, research on the ketogenic diet and its applications have surged. Now, Dom is working with the Navy to not only use ketones to block seizures, but to also enhance performance. [18:56] What is the Ketogenic Diet for?   There are two primary uses for the ketogenic diet: life-saving and prevention.  If your intent is to manage seizure disorders, neurological disorders, cancers,and other disorders, you need to implement a ketogenic diet continuously.  Using the ketogenic diet for prevention can be for controlling glucose and insulin levels. It's better to prevent disorders and diseases by getting ahead of the problem.  For example, those who are pre-diabetic should start monitoring their glucose levels and learn how to eat better to avoid becoming diabetic. [23:13] Prioritise Prevention Diabetes can be the gateway to a host of other diseases. Prevention is key. The ketogenic diet can be very effective in controlling your glucose and insulin levels. When tracking your glucose levels, don't focus on single time points. Instead, observe how the levels change over time. Understand the dynamic of glucose in your body. You can correlate them with changes in inflammatory markers. You can check whether you're in ketosis through biomarkers that can be measured through breath, blood or urine ketones. [27:26] How to Adopt the Ketogenic Diet to Your Lifestyle The ketogenic diet is four parts fat and one part combination of protein and carbohydrates.  This means around 90% fat, 8 to 10% protein, and around 10 grams of fibrous carbohydrates. This is the recommended diet used for pediatric epilepsy.  You can also modify the diet if you find it too strict and difficult to follow. Ketones have been found to be anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and have epigenetic effects. [29:23] Managing Cancer Through the Ketogenic Diet  It's not enough to cut down on sugar. Cancer cells are metabolically flexible and can use other sources like glutamine, fatty acids, and more.  Studies show that if you take away glucose from cancer cells and give them ketones, they will eventually die.  Cancer patients will experience the Warburg effect, where cells revert to a primitive form of energy metabolism by directing biomolecules to anabolic processes.  However, this also allows cancer cells to grow, divide and expand.  Treating cancer can be done by blocking DNA replication like chemotherapy or by energy restriction. While you cannot fast forever, you can achieve the fasting state through a ketogenic diet. [38:33] Utilise Autophagy to Kill Cancer Cells  Cancer cells naturally have higher energy demand than healthy cells. When you restrict energy, you can stimulate autophagy, slowing down tumour growth and eventually killing it.  There may be forms of cancer that can capitalise on autophagy, but this is not common.   [43:55] How to Use Vitamin C to Combat Cancer Glucose monitors tend to also detect Vitamin C as blood sugar since they are very similar.  However, ascorbic acid can be antagonistic to glucose by using the same transporter. When you have high physiological levels of Vitamin C, you can impair glucose metabolism in cancer cells.   Vitamin C can also help create the Fenton Effect, where it further increases oxidative stress in tumours.  [49:42] How Much Oxygen Is Enough for Cancer Cells?  Cancer cells can die when exposed to a rise in oxygen.  Dr Dom shares that his study used a 2.5 atmosphere of oxygen given for 60 minutes three days a week. This was done using a soft-shell chamber.  Lower levels of oxygen can still be beneficial for cell production.  Dr Dom recommends taking Vitamin C on the same day as getting hyperbaric oxygen therapy.  [55:29] What to Remember When You Have Cancer Nutrition should be the core of general health and cancer therapy.  Restrict sugar, optimize glycemic control and suppress insulin. Do intermittent fasting if you can.  If you're overweight, be more aggressive with fasting and the ketogenic diet. If you're underweight, make sure you have enough protein and nutrients. Dr Dom recommends foods like eggs, sardines, raw vegetables like salads, olive oil, nuts and non-glycemic fibrous carbohydrates.  He also recommends taking exogenous ketones to further boost ketosis.  [1:02:53] Types of Exogenous Ketones   MCT is useful for fat and ketone. You can also use ketone salts which are bound to electrolytes like sodium, calcium, potassium and magnesium.  Racemic compounds optimise signalling and delivery pathways.  You don't want spikes in your glucose and ketones.  Listen to the full episode to learn more! [1:09:08] Dr Dom's Recommendations Dr Dom has always been interested in fitness. Not only is he interested in the science of nutrition, but he also applies it to himself.  Our bodies can withstand fasting. The more you do it, the easier it gets, and you'll get more benefits.  Remember to take care of your body.    7 Powerful Quotes ‘Oxygen is a stimulant to the brain, and if we get too high, it can actually trigger a seizure.'   ‘...some of the anti-epileptic drugs, if they are given to kids, they can cause developmental delays. Whereas if you administer a ketogenic diet, it actually enhances learning and memory.'   ‘We believe that it's very important if you're pre-diabetic, to get different wearable technologies that will tell you and coach you how to eat so you don't become diabetic.'   ‘Warburg hypothesized that the cells were producing, were fermenting because the mitochondria were damaged, and they were defaulting to a more primitive form of energy production.'   ‘The ketogenic diet is mimicking fasting and I think that the suppression of the hormone insulin, the reduction in glucose availability, and the elevation of ketones are all contributing to the anti-cancer effect.'   ‘...nutrition is really about the patient's health and they should not be advised to just eat anything to gain weight.'   ‘I think it's important to push the limit as well. I mean, I was always interested in fitness, and working out, strength training has been a form of self-medication.' Resources Gain exclusive access and bonuses to Pushing the Limits Podcast by becoming a patron!  Track your blood glucose in real time with Levels Health.  Tripping Over the Truth: How the Metabolic Theory of Cancer is Overturning One of Medicine's Most Entrenched Paradigms by Travis Christofferson  Curable: How an Unlikely Group of Radical Innovators is Trying to Transform our Health Care System by Travis Christofferson  How to Starve Cancer by Jane McLelland Want to learn more from Dr Dom? Check out Peter Attia's podcast episodes with him:  Episode 116 - AMA with Dom D'Agostino, PhD, Part I of II: Ketogenic diet, exogenous ketones, and exercise Episode 120 – AMA with Dom D'Agostino, PhD, Part II of II: Ketosis for cancer and chronic disease, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and the effect of ketosis on female health  Episode 5 - Dom D'Agostino, Ph.D.: ketosis, n=1, exogenous ketones, HBOT, seizures, and cancer       You can also check out other podcasts where Dr Dom was a guest here.  The 1-Week and 8-Month Effects of a Ketogenic Diet or Ketone Salt Supplementation on Multi-Organ Markers of Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Function in Rats  Press-pulse: a novel therapeutic strategy for the metabolic management of cancer  Ketone supplementation decreases tumor cell viability and prolongs survival of mice with metastatic cancer  Moffitt Cancer Center  Get your exogenous ketones from Audacious Nutrition  Keto Nutrition: Website | Youtube | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Dr Dom: Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram About Dr Dom Dr Dominic D'Agostino is currently an associate professor with tenure at the University of South Florida where he teaches in the Morsani College of Medicine and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology. He focuses on topics such as neuropharmacology, medical biochemistry, physiology, neuroscience, and neuropharmacology. He is also a research scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) where he researches optimization of safety, health, and resilience of astronauts and warfighters. Over the last decade, Dr Dom and his lab have been focused on understanding the ketogenic diet and ketone supplementation for anticonvulsant and neuroprotective benefits. He was also a research investigator and crew member on NASA's Extreme Environment Mission Operation (NEEMO 22) and has an interest in ways to enhance resilience in extreme environments.  Learn more about Dr Dom's work on his website.  You can also connect with him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, be sure to subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your family and friends so they can know how to optimise sleep.  Have any questions? You can contact me through email (support@lisatamati.com) or find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. For more episode updates, visit my website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts. To pushing the limits, Lisa   The information contained in this show is not medical advice it is for educational purposes only and the opinions of guests are not the views of the show. Please seed your own medical advice from a registered medical professional.  

Eric Chase
Brightview‘s Dr. Kang Returns

Eric Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 65:59


If you hadn't seen, overdose deaths, unsurprisingly, surged over the last year. Any gains we made were washed away by...well, you know. Happy to have OBAMA FELLOW and Brightview's Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Navdeep Kang back on the podcast to talk about... the skyrocketing overdoses. Methadone. Safe injection sites. How to help those who want help but dismiss so much you offer them. Treating people with addiction with more dignity. How do make sure those with addictions or in recovery can enjoy a very social time of year. Help for mental health struggles in schools. 

The Scope Radio
Surgical Options for Treating Craniosynostosis

The Scope Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 13:45


For infants with a misshapen skull—or craniosynostosis—treatment is critical to ensure proper brain development. Pediatric surgeons Dr. Faizi Siddiqi and Dr. John Kestle explain the procedure options that are available, the pros and cons of those options, and which might be the best for your infant.

Mises Media
Nirvana Economics: How Treating the Real World like an Imaginary Ideal World Leads to Trouble

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021


A lot of economic policy is based on "economics" which makes assumptions that have very little to do with actual reality. Original Article: "Nirvana Economics: How Treating the Real World like an Imaginary Ideal World Leads to Trouble" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

Audio Mises Wire
Nirvana Economics: How Treating the Real World like an Imaginary Ideal World Leads to Trouble

Audio Mises Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021


A lot of economic policy is based on "economics" which makes assumptions that have very little to do with actual reality. Original Article: "Nirvana Economics: How Treating the Real World like an Imaginary Ideal World Leads to Trouble" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

The Core Connections Podcast With Erica Ziel
Tips for Treating Bladder Prolapse… Without Surgery!

The Core Connections Podcast With Erica Ziel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 39:01


Ready to say YES to healing your pelvic floor but NO to surgery?! *I've got you covered!* Today's episode is a recording of a conversation I had with a Core Rehab mama. I love having these conversations with my students because we discuss topics that aren't discussed enough in women's health. At the end of the day, we are all just doing the best we can with where we're at! Without further ado, click play! If you're ready to heal your body, join Core Rehab at https://www.ericaziel.com/core-rehab?

Ken Webster Jr
WJ 9AM_PFIZER BUYS THE COMPANY TREATING THE JABS SIDE AFFECTS

Ken Webster Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 40:33


Happy Place
Andy Cato

Happy Place

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 59:52


Treating our soil differently could have a knock on effect on our physical and mental health, as well as the health of the environment. As one half of Groove Armada, Andy Cato travelled the world playing music, but for the last 15 years his MO has been revolutionising the way we grow food. In this chat with Fearne, he talks about the importance of re-connecting with nature and how we can all positively impact the planet via the food we eat. Discover more about Andy's work at Wildfarmed: https://wildfarmed.co.uk/ and watch their short 7-minute film: "A Story About Bread" Click here to book your ticket for Fearne's book launch event at Cadogan Hall: https://cadoganhall.com/whats-on/fearne-cotton-bigger-than-us-book-launch/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

An Acquired Taste Podcast
S4 Ep371: Help! My Friend's Treating Me Like Her Therapist! & Christmas Crimes

An Acquired Taste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 88:55


1 spoon = 1 shit to give. What do you do when your friend only talks to you about her problems, and even jokes that you're her therapist? Our listener is dealing with this very issue and desperately needs advice. She doesn't want to lose the friendship, but she's also mentally exhausted! Then, Kathleen is teaching everyone the very important lesson, “Never Trust a Santa.” Something about the holidays makes criminals extra criminal-y, and Kathleen has the stories to share (including one Santa who was high on bath salts but still spread some holiday cheer)! Plus, Bethany's landlady airdropped her something kind of disturbing... ------ Check out our merch! —> https://store.dftba.com/collections/an-acquired-taste-podcast  ------ Check out our next Live Patreon Show on Monday, Dec. 20th at 7:30 PM ET!  ------ Please support the companies that support us!  StoryWorth - Go to StoryWorth.com/taste and save $10 on your first purchase! SkyLight Frames - Now, as a special offer, you can get $10 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame when you go SkylightFrame.com and enter code “Taste." Talkspace - Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code TASTE. ------ BETHANY'S SOURCES: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) http://speakingofsuicide.com/resources Christine Miserandino, “The Spoon Theory” https://butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/ https://www.healthline.com/health/spoon-theory-chronic-illness-explained-like-never-before#1 https://medium.com/invisible-illness/spoon-theory-659e3a755c81 https://adaa.org/finding-help/treatment/low-cost-treatment https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/19/smarter-living/how-to-get-your-friends-to-stop-treating-you-like-a-therapist.html https://www.wellandgood.com/my-friend-treats-me-like-therapist/ https://theswaddle.com/what-the-spoon-theory-means-for-people-living-with-chronic-illnesses-disabilities/ https://columbiachronicle.com/awkward-how-to-tell-someone-youre-not-their-therapist-but-kindly KATHLEEN'S SOURCES: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/usa/disturbing-christmas-crimes/ https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-2007-12-28-0712270809-story.html https://lawandcrime.com/crazy/top-10-most-outrageous-christmas-crimes-of-recent-memory/ https://www.oregonlive.com/news/2019/12/thief-chopped-down-and-stole-78-christmas-trees-from-family-farm.html

Niners Nation: for San Francisco 49ers fans
49ers in Five: DeMeco Ryans is treating Warner and Azeez like Willis and Bowman

Niners Nation: for San Francisco 49ers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 5:54


In today's episode, Brian Baldinger says the 49ers have as good a combination of playmakers on offense as anyone else in the league, and Donte Whitner explains how the 49ers defense is acting like the great defenses of the Jim Harbaugh era. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1A
What We've Learned About Identifying And Treating Long-Haul COVID

1A

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 29:40


It's estimated that over half of the 270 million people diagnosed with COVID-19 worldwide since December 2019 will experience post-COVID symptoms.These symptoms can be wide-ranging and debilitating — from fatigue to joint pain, to depression, to brain fog, to a rapid heartbeat.We convene a panel of scientists — one who's currently battling long COVID — to talk about the latest research and treatment.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

The Functional Gynecologist
Episode 95: How to Have More Energy, Five Steps You Can Take Right Now with Rodger Murphree

The Functional Gynecologist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 53:39


This week we are going to talk about how to have more energy! My guest Dr. Rodger Murphree is going to tell us the five steps that you can take right now to have more energy.Dr. Rodger gives you tangible things that you can start doing now or things that you can look into and research to add later. He also works one on one like I do. So if you're feeling like you're at the point where you want testing done and you want to get down to the root cause of your issues, reach out to either Dr. Rodger or myself and work with us one on one because there is hope. You don't have to stay in the broken system of waiting until you have a diagnosis to get medication and “treat the issue”.On this podcast, we are going to talk about...The five things that you can do to have more energy.Some amazing supplements that will help you sleep better and handle stress.The number one thing that is killing your energy and sabotaging your efforts to improve your health.About Dr. Rodger MurphreeDr. Rodger Murphree is a graduate of the University of Alabama Birmingham. He's a board-certified chiropractic physician and board-certified nutritional specialist. His Murphree method, a combination of functional and orthomolecular medicine, has helped thousands of patients get healthy and feel good again. He has written 5 books for patients and doctors including "Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome", "Heart Disease: What Your Doctor Won't Tell You", "Treating and Beating Anxiety and Depression With Orthomolecular Medicine", and "Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Patient's Manual."Resources Mentioned:Dr. Rodger's Books"Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome""Heart Disease: What Your Doctor Won't Tell You"Delta SleepWhere to connect with Dr. RodgerDr. Rodger's Website: https://yourfibrodoctor.comDr. Rodger's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourfibrodoctor/Dr. Rodger's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/yourfibrodoctorDr. Rodger's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyhBg97jg_9vY90chNdjuegAdditional ResourcesDon't forget to sign up for my free resource! The Functional Gynecologist's Guide to Balancing your Hormones: https://lcvjtpc8.pages.infusionsoft.net/Dr. Tabatha's Website: https://www.drtabatha.com/Dr. Tabatha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegutsygynecologist/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheGutsyGynecologistRemember to Subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen so you don't miss an episode and take time to leave a review.

The Solarpreneur
This Coach is Getting Insane Results (without knowing d2d sales) - Mike Szczesniak

The Solarpreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 47:56


DOWNLOAD SOLCIETY APP NOW! BUY YOUR D2DCon Ticket Here Use the code ArmstrongD2D to get a Solarpreneur Exclusive DISCOUNT!Thanks to our friends at Pi Syndicate for sponsoring this episode! -----------------Speaker 1 (00:02):Welcome to the Solarpreneur podcast, where we teach you to take your solar business to the next level. My name is Taylor Armstrong and I went from $50 in my bank account and struggling for groceries to closing 150 deals in a year and cracking the code on why sales reps fail. I teach you to avoid the mistakes I made and bringing the top solar dogs, the industry to let you in on the secrets of generating more leads, falling up like a pro and closing more deals. What is a Solarpreneur you might ask a Solarpreneur is a new breed of solar pro that is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve mastery and you are about to become one.Speaker 2 (00:42):What's going on. So premiers today, we have a very special episode coming. We are here alive with my friend, a high performance coach, Mike and I just double checked his last name before we started the call. It's Mike Szczesniak. Mike, thanks for hopping on the podcast here with us today.Speaker 3 (00:59):Taylor, thanks for having me brother looking forward to this. Yeah.Speaker 2 (01:02):And then yeah, it's been a, a little bit common here. Mike, I know you've been helping out a ton of reps and managers, all types of people in the solar industry, and it's been pretty crazy just hearing your results. You know, we have a mutual friend, Mikey Lucas, I know you've helped him out a ton. He was on the podcast and was just raving about you, how you've been able to just help reps turn it around and achieve, you know, and seen results. And what's even more cool about it is we were just talking before this you've have you even knocked a door yourself, Mike, have you even done door to door yourself?Speaker 3 (01:35):Not to sell anything? Which is like, I, I gotta be really careful. I like M and M eight mile this thing, like, I, I don't claim to be a door to door sales guy. I just claim to know how to help. 'em Make a lot more money than they're currently making . Right. So but yeah, Mikey's the reason that we got into this space, which I'm sure we'll dive into, but yeah. Yeah, I've been in sales my whole life, right. Starting in eighth grade. My first job was selling retail. I built like started my first comp for anyone watching the video, like these duct tape wallets in fifth grade. So like I've been selling my whole life. But yeah, not door to door. So like can't even compare I sell on zoom and on the phone. So my job's way easier than y'all, but our systems sell really expensive problems for our clients. SoSpeaker 2 (02:24):Yeah. Well, that's awesome. I think it just goes to show for me, like you don't have to be like you don't have to be a master door to door guide and be able to coach people. And I know we'll get into that more, but I think a lot of what you do is help guys turn their mindsets around and just really achieve the right kind of mindset they need out on the doors, out closing deals. And that just was the show. I think that's probably, you know, 80% of the game is just getting your mind right. And getting all the thing that's happening above right as you go out there. But no. So we'll dive into all that and excited to kind of hear about your background, Mike, he has a podcast he's been coaching. How long have you had your coaching business going on now? Mike?Speaker 3 (03:04):Geez. Four or five years. And working with door to door specifically. I mean we niche fully into door to door during COVID. So I guess that's like year and a half come on two, two years or so that we've been working with door door though.Speaker 2 (03:23):Okay. Right on. So yeah. Incredible results. You've achieved for people. And I mean, with a last name like that, how could you not be a coach? I keep thinking you know, Duke's coach Micah. Yeah. Chef, coach Kate. I say, yeah. I keep looking at man. Yeah. so you guys must be something in the, in the water there with coaching, but , that's awesome.Speaker 3 (03:45):A hundred percent.Speaker 2 (03:47):Yeah. But so Mike let's get into yeah. I want to hear kind of how you transitioned specifically in the door-to-door space, why you got into coaching. I know you have a cool story with your anxieties and all that. So can you give us some of your background and how you got into whole, all coaching side of things that you're doing? Yeah,Speaker 3 (04:02):Totally. So like I mentioned, like been in sales, my whole life spent about a decade in the retail space from eighth grade through the beginning of my software career, cuz the beginning of my software career was unpaid training. I spent seven years in corporate as a software engineer. Well once I graduated college, I went straight down to wall street and wrote code for a living for seven years. And I used all of that money to pump into myself, my businesses, mentors, masterminds, coaches, whatever I could do, right. Like I wanted to grow. And a large reason that was just the people I had surrounded myself with. Like, you know, I started three companies while I was in corporate. The first was in the network marketing space. Second was in e-com and drop shipping and third was finally coaching and consulting.Speaker 3 (04:48):So I learned a ton in the first two, surrounded myself with badass humans that really preached personal development. They preached investing in yourself and I learned pretty quickly that I needed to deploy the money that I was in software engineering. Cuz you make pretty good money over there from a salaried perspective. It's pretty much like as close to Fu money as you'll get outside of commission sales or business owners or yeah. You know, whatever. So I, I knew that I had to deploy that. And like you mentioned, during that process, I was really quickly figuring out what anxiety and debilitating panic attacks were and wouldn't wish that on my like most mortal enemy. But this is at a time where like in corporate, on the outside, everything looked great, right? Like every year was big pay, raise, big promotion, like very linear climb in corporate America.Speaker 3 (05:41):And I was like the youngest, senior engineer on my team. I had the six figure salary. I had the luxury apartment on the up grease side of Manhattan with the fountains outside the doormen, the fountains inside. Like by the way only did that. Cause my roommate had connections. Right. But like all this stuff that we're supposed to want, right. Like the vanity stuff. Right. And behind closed doors, it was like nothing even close. Like it was completely in shambles. Hmm. Because I was experiencing that and I bring that up because after a year and a half of this journey, right. Like my first panic attack was wow. Right. Which kind of tells you about the mental side of this whole thing. Right. The new year. Granted of course you're a little hung over that day. I was like a single me three year old dude living in Manhattan.Speaker 3 (06:28):Right. Yeah. But you know, from that moment it was a year and a half journey of, you know, going to the doc, getting my chest, x-ray doing breathing tests. Like I legitimately thought it was a physiological issue. I had no idea what any of this stuff was like, never heard of anybody going through it and no one in my personal life could relate to it. Right. So like I thought my lungs straight up didn't work. Wow. And I'm grateful that I found out, like I basically self-diagnosed it afterwards. I'm like this, I started hearing like anxiety and like this kind of sounds like what it is. I started doing research and you know, I say I'm grateful because then they, would've probably just tried to push a bunch of pharmaceuticals into me, which I proved I didn't need with disrespect. That's just not a route.Speaker 3 (07:17):I would've more wanted to go for me personally. And mm-hmm after that year and a half journey being the engineering nerd that I am, I had to like reverse engineer. What was going on? Like what was happening in the attacks? Why was I going through what I was going through? And what I found Taylor was 100% of the attacks happened in a where I felt guilty for not working. Right. Cause back then remember I was doing the whole, I was selling 40 to 60 hours of my week to the corporation that I was working at. And then I would do the whole five to 7:00 AM, seven to 11:00 PM side hustle. Right. Like I very much fell into the toxic hustle mindset and like that, that call and it worked for me until it didn't and I was starting to figure out how and when and why it didn't mm-hmm right.Speaker 3 (08:10):So what that made me realize like, okay, cool. Well, how can I not feel so guilty? And I, I realized if I was able to show up more powerfully when I was working and pair it with a little bit of a healthier mindset, I might not feel so when I wasn't working. Right. And ultimately I realized I had no idea what it meant to be productive. Like no idea. I thought I did, but I was very quickly realizing that like doing things doesn't matter if the things you're doing don't matter. Hmm. So I like to say that that kind of like cracked the door open cuz productivity is just a small subset of the work that we do with our clients. Yeah. Right. For me it will always be my baby. I joked that it was like my gateway drug to high performance. Right.Speaker 3 (08:56):Cause it cracked that door open, but it, it wasn't for, you know, a couple more years I met some of the leading coaches in the world and like really kicked that door through and started coaching on my own. Yeah. But that started it. So you know, this company that is the results engine, it started as a side hustle. So like I, the third company that I had started and built it as a side hustle for a year and a half, then finally got to a point where I was like, screw it. I dove off the clip, figured out how to fly. That was two and a half, like three, I don't even know how many years I feel like time's moving faster now and just like COVID era. But that was probably about three years or so ago. Okay. And we've been running the business for about four or five years, so yeah. Little bit of a ramble, but hopefully that answers your question. Yeah.Speaker 2 (09:44):No, that's cool. Yeah. It's interesting. Cuz most engineers, I know they want nothing to do with that. You know, like personal development stuff, hiring coaches, I've never heard of like an engineer. Usually they, you know, know if they usually, they just think they know everything and , there's like no, no coaching to be at that I've seenSpeaker 3 (10:01):To be honest, it's like the fact that like I could communicate, like I, I don't resonate with engineers as much. Right. Like I think like one, but I definitely did not fit there. right. Yeah. So that almost was like to a benefit because I was like, okay, well I can actually communicate the work we're doing. And I used that. I was pretty average. I was like, I was a good engineer, but yeah. I wasn't like, I wasn't the best I wasn't any of that. I excelled because I could communicate and people liked working with me. Right. So I just used that to get where I wanted to goSpeaker 2 (10:33):To. So you had the skill set though. Prior mosts engineers don't have, you're good. The engineering and the talking part of it and stuff. That's cool. And so, yeah. Were you so it sounds like your anxiety, it was caused by, you were saying it was just caused by not like you felt like you weren't working enough type thing or was that the cause of it or how, what was the cause of all the anxiety? Exactly.Speaker 3 (10:56):I mean, it was just like, I have very high goals and very high expectations for myself, which I'm sure a lot of people listening to this can relate to. Yeah. But I didn't know how to navigate it. I didn't know how to work in alignment with those things. And I didn't know how to manage my thoughts around it. So I kind of had to learn a lot of that. It started with, you know, started with navigating my time effectively showing it powerfully when I was working. Right. Actually being productive, learning what that really meant. Not busy but productive. Yeah. And then it led to a really long journey of, you know, figuring out how to navigate my thoughts, learning what meditation was doing, personal development. It, I hate the word realistic, but like understanding how to like manage that balance between ring being realistic and being completely unrealistic when it came to those really high goals and expectations and like marrying those two together. But it was always work related. It was like, I just want to be more, do more and have more, which I think a lot of high performers can relate to. I just didn't know how to get there effectively. And I had to go on a journey to figure that out.Speaker 2 (12:06):That's awesome. It's cool to hear cuz as I'm sure you've seen too, Mike, a lot of people in this industry struggle with, I think anxiety, it addictions just different stuff going on. You know, a lot of us sells guys. We have a D D and I know there's a lot of like mental disorders in the space, stuff like that. Yeah. So it's cool to hear guys that have gone through this. Yeah. One of my best friends in the industry, he had, had struggled a ton with anxiety and I don't know if he figured out some of this stuff. I remember I went to his wedding and he had so much anxiety that Dave, his wedding, it took him, we sat there for the ceremony. We sat there like two and a half, three hours before he even showed up just cause he was literally in the bathroom just like puking. Cause he he's like so nervous probably. Yeah. Going through a panic attack. So yeah. And yeah, I don't, I don't understand this stuff, but to me at the time I, man, come on, it's not that big of a deal. I'll just get out there. You're making, you're making this sit here for three hours. Yeah. But no, I it's always,Speaker 3 (13:02):It's always tough. Cause if you haven't experienced it, it's like, you can't relate to it. And it's like, what, what triggers my anxiety might have nothing to do with you and vice versa to your buddy. Like what triggers his anxiety might have zero effect on me. Yeah. The part I didn't share about that January 1st, 2014 is while I was in the middle of that attack, I picked up my phone and I called my mom because you like, you want some connection in that moment. And I literally press mute on the phone cuz I was head a toilet, pu my brain's out and I like, I didn't want to freak her out. I pressed mute cuz I didn't wanna freak her out more than my tonality already clearly was freaking her out. Yeah. Right. Cause like my roommate was outta town. It was new year's day.Speaker 3 (13:47):So he always went up to Vermont on a ski trip or whatever. Yeah. And like, you know, I was like chilling on new year's day. Like what do I have to really freak out about like, yeah. I was 23 years old. I was a mid-level engineer already making a ton of money, beautiful apartment, just watching captain Phillips. Like it's supposed to just be lounging. Right. Like on the surface it doesn't make any sense. Right. But your body doesn't agree. And yeah. I wouldn't, I wouldn't wish any on anybody, you know? I don't think you'd cure it either, but like I think you just learned to navigate it a little bit better.Speaker 2 (14:27):Yeah. So no doubt. And so for you, was it working with, like you mentioned, like your schedule, things like that, was it like therapy that helped you or was it like working with coaches or was there any one thing or was a combination of all that that kind of helped you get through all that?Speaker 3 (14:40):Yeah. Combination of all of it. I've never personally done therapy. I'm a huge advocate of it. I've heard. It's amazing. And I believe that it's a great work, a great bit of work. And I, I, I love to see that the stigma's being chipped away yeah. At it. Because it's not a weakness, it's like it's a tool and a lot of my most powerful, like most successful friends, like use it religiously. Yeah. As a tool to continue to grow. For me, it was just like this E like I think it's epic, like per development journey, just consuming everything that I could learning, how I navigated learning, what was most important to me and also just graduating through seasons of my life. And as I did that, as I started getting connected with systems that you are like building out systems that worked for me and then getting connected with the science of why it worked right.Speaker 3 (15:34):Again, being the nerd that I am, I need to understand why, what we do works. That was really, I, I kind of just dumb lucked my way into it. Right. It was just like catching pieces in every, every position. And obviously I had my own coaches and mentors throughout that process, like still have my own coaches, still a member of multiple, you know, high level masterminds. So I'm a massive, massive advocate for those things. Yeah. But it was kind of like this eclectic journey, I guess. Like you can't really put a, put your finger on like why something happened. Yeah. You know, at least I've struggled too, so yeah. It's kind of yes. Like all of the above minus therapy, but I'm sure I'll have that at some point in my life too. Speaker 2 (16:22):Yeah. That's awesome. I think that's important for our listeners to hear you guys that, you know, do struggle with that. But yeah, I guess just to kind of transition, I know we don't have a to time here, Mike, so you you've been coaching and I know you talked how you decided to transition in the door to door mm-hmm you tell us, why did you decide to kind of niche down into the solar space and is that, are, are all your clients right now? Are they in solarSpeaker 3 (16:49):Right now? All but one are the short answer. This question is Mike. Okay. But the longer answer is, so when we got into coaching space, I was very passionate about serving millennials. Right. I felt that we were a very misunderstood generation. I was working with a lot of older people in corporate and I felt like we were just misunderstood. So I was really passionate about people serving, serving in my age demo. But I also understood that most people didn't think like me and most people were not willing to invest in themselves at the level that I was, they weren't willing to get that uncomfortable. So I feel like I navigated towards working with commission sales and, and small business owners, because I knew that if I could at least loosely associate dollar sign with the promise, not making income claims, but you know, associate the work we would do to an increase in sales or an increase in revenue, then it would be easier for me to paint that picture and get paid what I was worth.Speaker 3 (17:47):Yeah. So that's where we started. And we, you know, when we were, when I, we started working with Mikey, him and I met through one of these masterminds, he saw me speak and he came up to me afterwards. He had just joined the mastermind. I had been there for, I don't know, a year and a half or so two years mm-hmm and he came up, introduced himself. He was like, dude, I need your help. And apparently this was my introduction to door to door sales. Like I'm from New York. No, one's knocking my door. Right. Like I always joke, like I think vivid has one office in all of my county, in New York. And other than that, it's pest control teams that get sent out to the Hamptons and long island on the summers. Right. So I was very, very foreign to the concept, but you know, Mike, he was like, Hey, I sell solar, I knock doors.Speaker 3 (18:34):I'm like, okay, that's weird. But like, cool. Let's, let's talk about what it would look like to work together. So we got to work. He, he got stupid results and I was like, is this a fluke? Like what's going on here because no other we've worked with sales pros and callous industries and nothing compareds to solar. Right. Nothing from an earning potential and also an opportunity for impact. Right. And like doing really good stuff in the world. And I don't think people outside of sales realize how important that is to sales people. Right. But that's another conversation. So Mikey being Mikey kept trying to get me to fire all my other clients and only work with door-to-door industry, specifically his team. Right. And I told him to kick rocks, I'm like, go away, bro. Like, let's just keep making sure that you keep getting results that you're getting.Speaker 3 (19:24):Right. so slowly but surely he started moving some of his guys into our program and we started working with a bunch of them. They got great results as well, and then COVID hit. And when COVID hit, you know, at that point we had, I don't remember exactly which industries we had staffing and recruiting. We had some consultants, we had some sports coaches, some content creators really like all across the gamut and people were doing well up until that, that point. But when COVID hit, they were all impacted in such different ways. Right. some of their industries were, we had one client who was one of the top sales guys, his entire company, and his whole team was let go. Right. He wasn't affected outside of the fact that all of their work went on his plate. So our work shifted a lot.Speaker 3 (20:11):The, and thankfully he wasn't, you know, he didn't lose his position, but like some industries were decimated dude. Yeah. And at the same time, our door-to-door clients were going through the roof. I'm like, I, I was so perplexed by this. Right. But that was ultimately the moment where we're like, screw it. Maybe I should have listened to this crazy dude from Vegas. And all of our messaging went straight to door to door. Nice. Now we have one client who's not door to door. And that's because I went to high school with him and he is a great dude and he just has seen our journeys. Like I know you can help me. Nice. But of that 99.9% that is door to door, I'd say probably like 87% of it or so is solar. Wow. So that's really where we've like kind of built a name for ourself, but we have clients, we've had clients in roofing, pest control, alarms, water filtration, windows. Yeah. Yeah. ASpeaker 2 (21:05):Lot of stuff. That's awesome. Yeah. No, I know you've had some CRA I mean, just before this, I was watching some of your testimonials and it's crazy to hear almost everyone, you know, doubled their, their sales, their commissions. Yeah. Just crazy stories. So you're obviously doing something that works for all your clients. But yeah. Can you tell us, I don't know, do you have any like stories of maybe one, one or two students that were super successful, maybe you got crazy results for 'em or maybe they're in a terrible situation. You helped turn them around, turn them around, get some massive results. Maybe just so some of listeners that haven't heard much about, you can hear what you've done for some of your students.Speaker 3 (21:43):Yeah. We, we, our clients are badass students. So, so let me start with this. Like our clients win because they're very good at what they do. Right. we just help them do more of it without burning out and while making their life super freaking dope. So that, that's the most important piece. If our clients didn't already know how to close deals, I can't help. 'em Close more of it. We're not sales training, we're not sales coaching, none of that. So that's, that's the insert disclaimer here. Right. Okay. But you know, we spoke about Mikey. I think when we started working with him, I think he added like 14 extra personal deals a month. So in Vegas for him, that was like an extra 50 grand a month in commissions. We've had clients go from, you know, two to eight deals a month.Speaker 3 (22:33):We've had go from three to nine. Earlier this year we had a client that was making about 50 grand a month. He graduated the, the year he, the month he graduated, he made a hundred, two grand. And I think this quarter we're recording this in Q4 of 2021 is 2021 or right. Yeah. I always forget the year. I just like stop caring about it. And then I say it out loud. I'm like, is that right? he stands to earn depending on how the installs line up, obviously, but he stands to earn close to half a million dollars in Q4. Oh gosh. Which is just wild. Right. 26 year old sales guy. Like what? Like that since pain. Yeah. So you know, really all across the gamut, but what we're helping all these guys with is really adding structure into their days.Speaker 3 (23:21):Right. Treating it like a business, knowing how to navigate that and execute consistently consistency is the number one word we hear in this industry street, consistency of output, consistency of income, consistency of energy management. Right. If we can't execute consistently, we're constantly chasing the wheel. We're constantly rebuilding the snowball and we're burning way too much energy to do it. Right. so it usually boils down to a lot of those things. But when we get those things dialed in the floodgates open, because when we execute consistently, that leads to all the discipline, all the self confidence, all the momentum that we're striving for. And when that's going, the energy manager just gets so much easier. Right. Like you, you know what I mean, when you're in flow state. Right. And it feels like every, any kitchen table that you sit down with is going solar.Speaker 3 (24:14):Yeah. Right. Like that's the, that's the, the holy grail. That's where we want to get to. And it takes high performance to get there. So we just work on those pillars. Things will like the productivity, right. Things like energy. How do we create it? How do we manage it effectively? Right. Because sales is a transfer of emotion and emotion is just energy and motion. Right. Right. So we might say, everyone's always like, oh, I just need more customers. Well, cool. What gets to that? Do you need to talk to more people like what's happening when you get a ton of no on the door? Or how do you manage it effectively? Mm-Hmm right. All these are the, these are the types of things that we're working with our clients. So it's great to talk about dollar amounts and deal value, but you know, most people get on the phone and they think they're just not saying the right thing.Speaker 3 (24:59):And I'll tell you what, like 99% of the time that's wrong. , it's not that we're saying wrong things. It's that our energy behind it is off. Right. Or, or we're not navigating it confidently when we can do those things half the time. It doesn't matter. Like, I, I look back at some of my sales and I'm like, wow, that was the worst question I could have asked to answer that object, handle that objection. Yeah. But it freaking closed because I came from the right space. My energy was on point. I came at that, the objection confidently and they knew I was coming to serve. Right. Yeah. So there's a lot going on behind the scenes. But that's kind of what we do and how we're serving our clients.Speaker 2 (25:43):Okay. No, that's awesome. Yeah. And I mean, it's crazy cuz most people, I think you probably agree. Most people get tons of sales training in their meetings. You know, most companies have their correlations, they're doing sales trainings, but I don't think very many people are focused on the mindset and the consistency and you know, the structure like you're talking about. So I think that is a big key that a lot of guys are missing is just having that extra piece like you're and about. And so for you, when you're coaching your clients, Mike, do you notice that like, are some people in different stages, do you coach 'em differently or do you pretty much have the same set framework for almost everyone? They all need help with like, I don't know their routine and stuff like that. Or how does that work when you first start coaching someone? What's what do you put 'em through? And what's the structure with all the,Speaker 3 (26:28):Yeah. So the, the structure, like the skeleton of what we take our clients through is pretty much well it there's two programs that we have, like our launch program is where we're taking pretty much all reps to build that foundation. And then we have our accelerator, which is, you know, guys and girls that are company owners, VP of sales, right. Regionals people striving for golden door, that type of stuff. That's like really intimate support. But everyone that goes through either those programs, the structures are the same. Okay. Right. Well, launch structure is always gonna be launch structure. Accelerators are, is gonna be accelerator structure. But what fills those structures? When I say structure, think of it as like a skeleton, right? We have a skeleton of what works, but what populates that skeleton is gonna be unique to their journey. Right. So that will vary slightly depending on where the clients are at.Speaker 3 (27:20):Right. And what they need to focus on. But we, we need data to get there. Right. So the short answer is yes and no. Like everyone has the same structure, but the action items that plot that fill that in or like how we navigate it will be different depending on where they're at. But that just to target, right? Like what you're struggling with right now, Taylor might be completely different than what Mikey's struggling with. Yeah. Now we leverage the same exact mechanisms to get the generate the growth mm-hmm . But the action items that populate that structure is gonna be completely different. Cause we're trying to solve different problems. Okay. Right. We just go up STR and solve the problems behind it, not the symptoms of the problems, if that makes sense. So yeah. It's tough to talk about it like specifically and abstractly, but like I guess the answer is yes. Ultimately you know, it's like, we we'd be stupid not to follow the structure. Everything is customized for our clients to make sure that we're working intentionally. Right. We're very data driven, obviously creating engineering nerd. So like, you know, we just, men lie, women lie numbers don't lie. So we just gotta gather the right numbers. Yeah.Speaker 2 (28:41):Okay. So say, for example, I know you've worked with a lot of people this, but so say you have a rep, maybe it's closing $5 a month, which is pretty decent in solar. That's pretty great. Money can pretty much every market. So what do you, I don't know if there's like pretty common things that you would notice with a rep that's trying to go to from five deals to 10 a month, but there's, is there some pretty common things that you notice that you like can help change right off the bat? It's like, okay, let's get this right. Let's do this. And this is gonna, these are gonna be the things that take you to tens. What are some common things or like, I dunno, factors or maybe it's energy. I dunno. What do you, what do you change with this rep to gets?Speaker 3 (29:21):So the, the first piece is obviously like sales is obviously numbers, right? Like it, but that's a blessing and a curse because everyone's gonna be like, oh, just go knock more doors, bro. Like you just knock more doors and the deals are gonna come. Yeah. That's not how it works. And you know that so like if you were to spend, if your energy's completely off and you just go spend another hour knocking, you're wasting that hour because those clients, those prospects are gonna feel that. Yeah. Right. So yeah, sales is numbers. So we gotta work the numbers, but we need to know how to make the numbers work for us. So the first thing is we have to figure out what does the volume look like right now? Right. That client who went from 50 to a hundred thousand dollars a month, he was knocking 20 doors a day when we started wow, just 20.Speaker 3 (30:13):He was hyper selective about what doors he knocked. He was literally only knocking a door that he knew someone was home. Like see someone through a window, saw them, just pull the, the driveway, whatever. Right. Wow. By the end of it, we got him to 30 doors a day. That's it? That's it. And cause he knocked so effectively. He was just like, even adding five doors a day. He was like, how on earth are we gonna do that? So that's where we have to start. Right. We have to understand what does that volume look like on a day to day basis? And what is the consistent since see, look like, okay. Because unfortunately a lot of people will just be like, oh, well, you know, they, they call the day short. They don't knock the doors that they say that they're knocking or they're like, not that they're lying, but they think they're knocking way more.Speaker 3 (30:55):So we track all that data because we need to look like, look at what the trends are. Right. Okay. Once we dial the mindset piece in, then we can slowly increase, increase that volume. But we need to do it effectively because we're not trying to just do it once and then burn out. Right. Because I think that's what happens far too often in the space because we hear so often just go knock more doors. You go and you knock a hundred doors one day, but you're used to knocking like 35. Yeah. Right. And then you don't knock for another four days. Right. If you're lucky and you get back that fast. Yeah. Right. Or you go and close three deals in a week and you make more in seven days that you've made in six months working your, you know, hourly paid paying job. And you're like, you allow complacency to kick in.Speaker 3 (31:46):Right. We need to, we need to build the consistency. That's the number one piece. Right. That's what it all boils down to. So what that looks like is going to change from client to client obviously. Right? Yeah. But those are a couple examples of like what we have to do to gather that data. Then the question becomes, how do we increase that volume? Not just going to knock more doors for the sake of knocking more doors, but how do we do it sustainably? Okay. Right. Cause that's the key. If it's not simple, it's not sustainable. And if it's not sustainable, what the hell are we doing this for? Yeah. Right. Otherwise you fall victim to the solar coaster because the complacency kicks in. You go really hard. You make a, your money and then you allow yourself to completely obliterate all the momentum that you've built. Yeah. And you have to build that snowball over again. That's not what we're about. So we're striving for that consistency. We have to poke around to figure out what's lacking and then we know what to solve. Right. You hit on energy management before. That's one of the most important pieces that we need to do to maintain that consistency. But we gotta know what it looks like first before we can spot treat. If that makes sense.Speaker 2 (32:52):Okay. So kind of like, I don't know, maybe similar to someone that's trying to go to the gym for the first time, instead of saying, Hey, you need to go to the, the gym seven times this week. Just like make it to the gym and do one pushup stuff like that. 700%,Speaker 3 (33:04):One extra. That, that client, when I was, you asked me for some numbers, I said, we took a client from two to eight deals a month. Literally he hit eight deals a month when we dropped his daily door volume down to one door a day. Right. because for him, the hardest was, and a lot of people experiences it's that first door it's his own door. Right. Like he couldn't get out and go and knock. Like that was a big barrier for him. So we dropped it to one door. But what happens then? It's like, I know Michael, O'Donnell's a massive advocate of mini habits. He's talking about it on his Instagram stories every other day. It seems. Yeah. Right? Yeah. Well, no matter who you follow, right. Whether it's the author of mini habits or, you know, John ASRA calls it, reducing it to the ridiculous right.Speaker 3 (33:48):Making it so ridiculous that it would be silly not to execute or, you know, Jim quick calls it small, simple steps. It's all the same thing. We chunk something down such that it's so simple that it would, would be absolutely ridiculous for us not to execute on it now for, for that client. What happened there? Well, like literally I think there was one day that he actually only knocked one door, right. Where he went out, he was just not feeling it. He knocked that one door. He is like, screw this. I'm going to Chipotle. I don't think it was actually Chipotle, but I love Chipotle. So I just used that in the story. But you know, every other day he went out and he is like, you know, maybe he'll do five. Maybe he'll do 20 some days he'll do 50. And he closed eight deals that month. Wow. Coming from an average of two. And the other part that we didn't talk about is the month before the eight, he did HED for the entire month. Wow. But we dropped that number down. So simply that, and we reduced it to the ridiculous, such that he could execute and we got the execution up. And what happens is, you know, every time you keep your word to yourself, those micro promises you're stacking wins, which builds them momentum. And that momentum leads to all the results that we want.Speaker 2 (35:05):Hmm. Right. That's crazy. So, but yeah, no, it's, and it's so easy as you've seen for guys to be lazy and the solar industry, cuz yeah. I mean it's the curse commissions are through the roof. So couple deals a month is great money. And so it happens to me too. I'll close I'll the other day I got, you know, first door I knocked same day, closed them. And then I had family in town. You know, we just had our kid, this was last Monday actually. So I guess I kind of had a couple good excuses, but I'm like, all right, I closed this till I'm done for the day. this one took off. So it's like, it's so easy. Get in that mindset. And I think if guys can conquer that and yeah, just do the minimum whatever the minimum exert at least do that minimum thing. And then it's gonna be a lot easier to do the next thing. Yeah.Speaker 3 (35:51):So I think the problem is like you, you had solid reasons to call that a short, like I think most people would understand family and Tom for holidays just had a kid. Right? Like those are good reasons. The problem is most of us have excuses that we mask as reasons. Right. Right. Like that's a huge difference. And I mentioned, consistency is the number one word complacency is the number two. It's those dirty sea words when it comes to solar space and really all commission sales. Right. But solar specifically, because the deals are so fat. So you know, it it's we need to make sure to navigate that properly.Speaker 2 (36:29):So yeah. That's awesome. Well, Mike, I know we're running short on time here, but I had kind of two more things I wanted to get to the first. Yeah. And the first was so with the clients you work with I mean, I've worked with coaches you know, many times as I've, as I've been selling, but something that I try to fight is like the day after I stop working with that coach, maybe they work. I don't know how long you usually work with someone three months, maybe whatever it is, what do you do or what tell people to not let their results dip after they're done working with you. Cause I think that's something that I've noticed. I'll work with a coach I'll be super dialed in, but then it's one part of my brain. It's almost like a relief after I'm done working with a coach, I'm like, oh sweet. I don't have to be as accountable. I'm gonna kinda let myself you know, drop down. So what do you tell people as you're done working with them? Maybe I know you probably, I don't know, maybe keep working with them, but if someone's done working with you, how do you kind of like hopefully inspire them to keep those results high in, not let it dip after you're done working with them. Yeah.Speaker 3 (37:31):I love the question and I love like the openness and transparency because I think a lot of people feel that way, but no one has the balls to actually say it. right. So here's, here's what I would say. We talked about sustainability, right? And we talked about consistency. Those, those are the keys, right? Because if we're doing something sustainably, we don't need the motivation of the accountability from someone else to allow us to continue to execute and our goal. And this is obviously not sustainable business practice for us cuz we're like not creating recurring revenue, but like our goal is to make it to the point where like our clients can walk. And you know, one of the clients that I mentioned, the guy went from 50 to a hundred K he's gonna do 500 K in this quarter. And he graduated in March.Speaker 3 (38:18):Wow. Like it just, it, he, he got what he needed and that was it. Like, that was cool. And now we have a working relationship. We're gonna partner on some stuff moving forward. Like that's amazing. Yeah. But notice that everything kept growing because we did it sustainably. Right. So when we do that properly, we have the discipline dialed in. That's all that matters. And you know, we just build it in a way that's in alignment with how we wanna operate our lives. You know, when you do that properly, you, you shouldn't need the external accountability. Right. And, and this is what I say, whenever clients are enrolling there's I believe there's two types of accountability. Right? There's the external accountability, which is what most people think of accountability partners, how much people rely on their coaches. Right. Whatever. It might be reverse pets, anything like that, or we're dependent on something externally to incentivize us to act.Speaker 3 (39:13):Right. And then there's the end accountability, are we accountable to ourselves? And for me that's the holy grail and bridging the gap from one to the other is what we help our clients do. Right. So I dunno if that answers your question, but our goal is to the point where our clients don't feel that way, because they know cool. If they need continued support and they want to continue growing, cuz they there's always another level awesome. We're here to support them. Yeah. But they don't need that if they don't like they don't have to go that route if they don't need that and the results aren't gonna go to if they don't continue to invest. Right. Yeah. Which unfortunately I think is something that gets sold in this space a little too often. But but yeah, hopefully that answers your questions really about the consistency and the inability when you do that and you have your non-negotiables dialed in the game changes. Right. And we just make sure that those are things that we can hit even on our worst days. Right. Then we don't need to be dependent externally and we don't have to invest in something that we don't necessarily need because people don't pay high ticket to get a babysitter. Like accountability. Coaching is a thing in the past. If there's not more baked into the coaching and the growth, then you're frankly wasting your money. yeah.Speaker 2 (40:24):Yeah. That's BA I'm sure that's something you help guys with as they're, you know, working through your coaching. But I like that what you're saying, you know, external internal cuz. Yeah. I, I think about a lot of these competitions I've won. I've had to like just get myself an insane, you know, external accountability. I dunno if you use that like stick app where you like, you know, bet money to charities, you don't likeSpeaker 3 (40:47):We do, we do something similar with our clients in some of the phases of our launch program. It's a powerful tactic man. Reverse bets are a crazy little little trick.Speaker 2 (40:56):Yeah. So it's good. But no, I think it's even more powerful if you can do that internally and not have to rely on all these, you know, gimmicks and external things sometimes. Bingo. That's awesome. So Mike, last question, and then we'll talk about where people can connect with you more, but what advice would you give to like we, we got a lot of managers in the space. Lot of we talked before the recording here just to how it's see how much turnover there is in the solar industry, guys quitting. So for maybe managers or just guys bringing in recruits, what advice can you give to those people on coaching them to, you know, stick, stick in the industry and start achieving success. And I don't know what advice can we giveSpeaker 3 (41:34):To those people? Yeah. I freaking love this question because it's so important. I, I was sharing with you Taylor, like one of my, one of my missions, which is weird, cause I'm like a transplant in this space, right? Like I'm not a, I'm not a door knocker. So I feel like in a foster at times, but like I see what's happening. And like for one of my missions is to help chip away at that turnover because we see like, you know, young guys and girls getting sold this pipe dream in these sunshine and rainbows and then sometimes like not given the support to really bring it to fruition. And obviously there's the, the agency of those people. Like they need to take advantage of the opportunity, but you know, it's our job as leaders to grow into the person that can support them to take your advantage of this opportunity.Speaker 3 (42:18):So I encourage every leader listening to this, whether you're really managing a team or you're just someone that gets looked up to because you're a stud in your company, you need to keep growing and you need to pour into the people around you, whether there are overrides involved or not, right. If you're a killer, you were able to take advantage and harness this opportunity and really allow it to change your life. And it's our duty to make sure that other people can do the same thing. And especially when they're overrides involved, like if your people don't win, then obviously your income is heavily impacted. So whatever your incentivization is, you know, I think we need to continue to pour into ourselves. Whether that's being in masterminds, hiring coaches, reading books, listening to podcasts, doing whatever you need to do to stay tapped in and growing.Speaker 3 (43:10):Because if you don't build those assets, you're not gonna be able to pour into your people. Yeah. And unfortunately I think it gets overlooked because the, usually a lot of the way that you grow in a sales organization is based on your sales volume. Yeah. Right. So if we don't all of a sudden then if we're not conscious of this and we're not really intentional around this, we have a bunch of sales studs that are now in leadership that might have no idea how to lead. Right. Other than leading a prospect into a transaction. Yeah. Right. So we need to focus on those leadership skills. Right. Go to the conferences. It doesn't matter what it is. Just keep doing it because I've heard it far too many times. Success of a new rep often is entirely dependent, not entirely, but it's very dependent on what regional they're working under.Speaker 3 (44:03):Mm. Like we gotta make sure that we are that regional or we are that leader. Or we are that person that inspires them to show up powerfully that helps guide them along this process. And not just throws them out to the wolves because you're are trying to play the numbers game too. And you're throwing at the wall to see what sticks. Yeah. Like if we're selling people a pipe dream, we better be sure to give them the resources and the support to bring it to life for them. Yeah. So end rant take for what it's worth. But like you gotta keep growing because you gotta keep pouring into people. Yeah.Speaker 2 (44:34):Love that a hundred percent. That's so true. Cause so many people, maybe they're good at sales, but they've never been in leadership roles. And I think that's a mistake. Some people MIS make just, cuz you're really good at selling doesn't necessarily mean you can teach it or you can lead. So yeah. I think, especially for guys like that, some important to go develop those leadership skills, invest in yourself, invest in the coach like Mike or we've got programs over here at solar and that's gonna keep things fresh I think. And help guys lead. So Mike, we appreciate your time and I know you gotta hop on another call here in a minute, but before we let you go work and guys potentially I don't know, apply to have you as a coach or connect more with you or find your podcast, give us your your plugs for where people connect with you a little bit more.Speaker 3 (45:19):Yeah. First of all, Taylor, appreciate you having me brother. This is this is super fun. I honestly, man, the best places is Instagram at Mike says yak on Instagram probably got a link back. Cause all the Polish is like really hard to spell. Wow. And be aware of the freaking crypto scammers everyone's getting fake profiles made. I'm never gonna DMU pitching crypto. I will DMU pitching high performance coaching, but never crypto . Right. so just sliding the DMS. If anyone has questions around anything, we talked about once like to go a little bit deeper on stuff, slide in there. Either my team we'll answer or if they don't know the answer, they'll flag it for me and I'll get you an answer. But yeah, that that's literally like the inside of our funnel anyway. So don't worry. You're not gonna follow and just get relentlessly pitched if you don't want to be, we will open conversation cuz it's social media. Right. But yeah. DMS are already, oh, always open. Feel free to reach out with any questions.Speaker 2 (46:15):Love it. Well Mike, thanks for coming on the show today. Today. Shoot Mike at DM. Let him know you appreciated the knowledge bombs he drops for our solarpreneurs here today and Mike, I'm sure we'll people connecting with you soon. Thanks again for coming on the show with us today.Speaker 3 (46:29):Thank you brother. Appreciate it. Okay.Speaker 2 (46:31):Talk soon. Hey, Solarpreneurs quick question. 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Finding Genius Podcast
Anti Aging Techniques and Treating Acne and Other Common Skin Issues using Skincare and Wellness with Chris Gibson

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 45:07


Can acne stem from causes which many sources may not have told you before? While older techniques can be practical, recent advancements and discoveries can significantly expedite the process. Listen up to learn: Which skin conditions are common and how to spot improvement New Techniques which may work better for you Which topical products may be best for you! Chris Gibson, the author of Acne Free in 3 Days, shares the knowledge gained over a career of treating acne and other pesky skin conditions. Many people are familiar with acne and other skin conditions prevalent earlier in life, though many of us struggle with them throughout the various stages of life. However, using new techniques in tandem with a healthy diet, significant improvements can e made that can last.  While progress may not be immediate, many stubborn effects and cosmetic issues will clear up with persistence and proper regimens and discipline. However, it is important to follow the advice of those with extensive experience in the field and allow professionals to handle the more intensive treatments.  Search for Chris Gibson on YouTube for more information and advice or visit skinsofabulous.chrisgibsonlive.com. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C