BARS from this episode: 6:28 If you do x, they do y. Where y is buy, buy, buy. 7:48 How I've used sales funnels offline 13:10 Why not having an online sales funnels almost cost me my business 21:08 How to turn a book into an ATM 22:33 How to sell low ticket offers using splintered offers, direct response marketing, and online sales funnels to grow your business 31:43 Why coaches and coaches should focus on selling products and services over branding like big businesses 32:19 Build a sales funnel in 9 steps Step #1: conduct the research Step #2: roadmap the sales funnel Step #3: write persuasive copy for pages Step #4: create the products for the funnel Step #5: create the funnel pages and integrations Step #6: create email series for each step Step #7: send traffic to the funnel Step #8: optimize traffic coming to the funnel for minimum 2 percent conversion on high ticket offer Step #9: collaborate for more traffic 49:34 You're using a sales funnel every time you make a sale 53:01 Why you should Think Profit First I wanna give thanks to our Creator. Do you have questions or comments? Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org Don't forget to grab a copy of my new book, The 4-Hour Book. In it, you'll learn how to write a money-making branded book without being a great writer or wasting your time waiting for a publishing deal. Purchase your copy at FourHourBook.com/letter And, if you like the show, do us a favor. Share, like, and join. Take a screenshot and share the episode with the hashtag #wealthyauthorpodcast. Show us how much you like us by giving us five stars and a review on iTunes. Finally, join us every week by subscribing to the podcast so that you don't miss an episode.
In this week's Mom on the Go episode, I have the pleasure of brining back on Bonnie Koo from Wealthy Mom MD. Bonnie shares great wisdom on being kind to yourself while doing all the things. You won't want to miss it.
It's an INTERVIEW episode and you know what that means, I'm simply unable to edit it ha ha so apologies for the slightly dodgy beginning. This week I am talking to spiritual QUEEEEN Emma Mumford! I have truly LOVED doing her book, Positively Wealthy in the book club this month and I know so many of you would too. Join at ANY time to start this amazing 33 day journey to being Positively Wealthy. You can find me as always on Instagram at: www.instagram.com/francescaamberwww.instagram.com/lawofattractionchangedmylife Emma currently has an offer where if you leave an honest, 5* review of her book on Amazon & send her a screenshot of your review to email@example.com she'll send you a free digital gift worth £55! Thank you for listening as always, much loveFran xxxHow to Live Your Best Life Now! Listen to the Good Life Project Podcast.Insights, ideas & stories from leading voices and experts that help you live a good life. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Clarity Cafe PodcastA little self-help & a lot of laughs in this sip-sized podcast full of good vibesListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyJoin my Book Club! Join my Patreon for exclusive content, monthly self-improvement book club, Off Topic podcast & more!Join the Book Club Bitches Join my Patreon for exclusive content, monthly self-improvement book club, Off Topic podcast & more!Visit My Website The one-stop place for all the shit I've got going on! Wired For Wealth Workshop Sign up to my three week manifesting money workshop with over 5 hours of video content. Try Hello Fresh for 50% off! Uplevel your diet, get 50% off your first box then 35% off your next three boxes. Code: HelloFA5010% Off BetterYou Vitamins & Supplements Follow Me on TikTok Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
This week I connect with Meg Ayles. Her and I chat all things health and wellness. AND she shares how and why you began Wellthi - a new level personal wellness brand. "Find yourself STRUGGLING to fit health and wellness into your demanding work/life schedule? You wake up and rush to get ready for your commute, find yourself eating a box of Cheezits for lunch, head straight for the couch after a LONG day, and then wake up and repeat? We've all been there. Launched this past January, WELLTHI is a new online space created to help you incorporate healthy habits into your busy work/life routine in an enjoyable, achievable AND sustainable way. This space is so much more than just sharing quick workouts and healthy recipes; it's also about mindset, self-development, productivity and cultivating a supportive community." - Meg Ayles ________ Dose 15% Code -- happyhealthygurl15 FREE GOAL SETTING JOURNAL Authentically Activated 1:1 Session BOOK HERE Website - Happy Healthy Community JOIN THE IG COMMUNITY @happy_healthygurl Happy Healthy Spotify Playlist _________ TXT 289-501-2975 "HHC Text" to join the weekly motivational text crew! Thank you for listening girlfriend! Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on future episodes! Xx _________ **DISCLAIMER: this podcast and all containing content are meant for educational use only. I am not an expert and for any mental or physical conditions or concerns please always consult a health practitioner**
(6/29/22) Does LeBron James' $170M salary make him inflation proof? Why the rich are weathering the weakening economy better than the rest of us; rising wages vs the rise of robots in the workplace. Inflation hits July 4th groceries; American side-hustles; can recession be avoided? Inflation & the savings gap: $6k/yr in debt to maintatin standard of living. SEG-1: Measuring Consumer Sentiment SEG-2: Why Inflation Doesn't Hurt the Wealthy (as much) SEG-3: Hot Dogs, Inflation, & Side-hustles SEG-4: Inflation & The Savings Gap Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Will June's End Provide Lift to Markets?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaPk8S3MP0A&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show is here: Pt.1: The Bullwhip Effect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWUzF01b1T4&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 Pt.2: What is Needed for Stable Energy Pricing is Stable Energy Production https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1DgopbUOxg&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=2&t=30s -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "Earnings Recession Coming As Fed Hikes Rates" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/earnings-recession-coming-as-fed-hikes-rates/ -------- Other Videos mentioned in this podcast: "Sell Into This Week's Strength? Probably A Good Idea" | Lance Roberts & Adam Taggart youtube.com/watch?v=ol-9dUp-t4g&list=PLVT8LcWPeAuh0I07NdQcssCvh6_yDa9bz&index=1 -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #Recession #ConsumerSentiment #SideHustle #FoodPrices #SavingsGap #Deflation #Recession #EnergyPolicy Markets #Money #Investing
(6/29/22) Does LeBron James' $170M salary make him inflation proof? Why the rich are weathering the weakening economy better than the rest of us; rising wages vs the rise of robots in the workplace. Inflation hits July 4th groceries; American side-hustles; can recession be avoided? Inflation & the savings gap: $6k/yr in debt to maintain standard of living. SEG-1: Measuring Consumer Sentiment SEG-2: Why Inflation Doesn't Hurt the Wealthy (as much) SEG-3: Hot Dogs, Inflation, & Side-hustles SEG-4: Inflation & The Savings Gap Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Will June's End Provide Lift to Markets?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaPk8S3MP0A&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show is here: Pt.1: The Bullwhip Effect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWUzF01b1T4&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 Pt.2: What is Needed for Stable Energy Pricing is Stable Energy Production https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1DgopbUOxg&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=2&t=30s -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "Earnings Recession Coming As Fed Hikes Rates" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/earnings-recession-coming-as-fed-hikes-rates/ -------- Other Videos mentioned in this podcast: "Sell Into This Week's Strength? Probably A Good Idea" | Lance Roberts & Adam Taggart youtube.com/watch?v=ol-9dUp-t4g&list=PLVT8LcWPeAuh0I07NdQcssCvh6_yDa9bz&index=1 -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #Recession #ConsumerSentiment #SideHustle #FoodPrices #SavingsGap #Deflation #Recession #EnergyPolicy Markets #Money #Investing
Wouldn't it feel great to bounce back rejuvenated and energized no matter what life tried to throw at you? It's true that experiencing that paralyzing feeling of overwhelm is never pleasant. However, it is entirely possible to overcome. In this episode, Jenny and Jai will be speaking in depth about how to react to these challenges, because it's how you respond to life's challenges that determines your happiness and ultimately your success. Remember, when life gets overwhelming, you are in control of your reaction to the feelings that surface.
In this week's ASK ME ANYTHING, Ryan Michler and Kipp Sorensen take on questions from the Iron Council and across social media. Hit Ryan up on Instagram at @ryanmichler and share what's working in your life. ⠀ SHOW HIGHLIGHTS ⠀ (11:40) What steps have you taken to ensure that true men would be available to demonstrate the values you want your children to see and learn from if you were to pass away? (18:50) How would you respond if a man showed up to father/son event at your property with a transgender “son”? (22:00) How can men have productive conversations around difficult and polarizing topics, such as the recent “Roe vs. Wade” decision? (34:00) How do I show up in my relationship, where we have been separated for six months, when my wife is cold and distant? (41:00) What are three ways to make money while from a podcast? (44:40) What is the next big issue that you'd like the Supreme Court to address? (52:40) What is the hardest part about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training? (59:50) How do I get over social anxiety when starting at a new church and wanting to connect with people? (1:02:30) What criteria has to be met before you consider yourself wealthy? Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.
On today's episode, we talk through 7 principles for finding peace during unpeaceful markets. One thing is certain for investors- as much as we'd like the market to continually go up, we will be better off if we prepare for "when" not "if" the market will once again hit tough times in the future. Hopefully by arming you with these 7 principles, you will be better equipped for whenever that may be. Resources mentioned on today's show: 12 Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor- we discussed the importance of setting up a financial plan, and if you choose to do this with an advisor, these questions can help you find the right one for you Roll with the Changes- Pastor Scott Rains discusses the science of change and how we can think more positively Tax Harvesting- we discussed the importance of tax-loss harvesting when assets have dropped in value ShermanL@IntegrityGuidance.com email me with "Markets Cheat Sheet" in the subject line for today's cheat sheet (we have the Inflation Checklist attached already) What is a Fiduciary? About Me Podcast Page (Schedule an Intro Call here) For questions, comments, or to receive your own RETIREMENT RISKS ANALYSIS, you can start with a 2 minute quiz here: Share More & Get in Touch You can also find Loren at firstname.lastname@example.org Additional Resources Discussed on the Show Healthy, Wealthy, & Wise YouTube
Welcome to Killer Kush: A Recreational Podcast about Killers, Caspers, & Cryptids hosted by Nik LaMaack & Katie Luchtenburg.This week we are feeling Happy, Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise. Katie shares a slimebeast original, and many tangents are explored including the possibly sentient google AI. Much to think about, and apologies for the late upload! We're going through it okay it be like that sometimes. Oooohh woaahhhh oohhh yeaahhhhh.Social Media @KillerKushPodcastPatreon https://www.patreon.com/killerkushSubmission Forms https://linktr.ee/killerkush
With inflation driving the costs of living higher, real wages falling behind and financial assets having one of their worst years ever so far, it's a tough time to build wealth right now. And it's likely to get even worse, says today's guest, Robert Kiysosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the #1 best selling personal finance book in history. See the YouTube Video for the charts and graphics: https://youtu.be/QjyocU5Ekns
In this short episode, CJ reflects on what the definition of TRUE WEALTH is, and why humans seem to be losing touch with it. Key Topics What is wealth? Why do most humans lack wealth? How can we all wake up more wealthy? Connect with CJ Finley: CJ's Instagram cjfinley.com ThriveOnLife Podcast Instagram thriveonlife.com
I discuss pregnancy in the pre shuffle energy, and the family drama in the main energy. Take what resonates and leave what doesn't. Thank you for watching and listening!! Please like, share, comment, and subscribe!! Be blessed!! Website / KIRWKC Anchor Podcast Site: www.kirwkc.com Join Mailing List: https://www.subscribepage.com/y1y8a8 Online Studio: https://riverside.fm/studio/kirwkc Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6wcq08N8PNaX1Njkun9kSR Substack: https://kirwkc.substack.com iHeartRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-keepin-it-real-with-kc-73615909/ Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/keepin-it-real-with-kc/PC:46195 Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/77ce7727-d376-4b19-bf43-9975e25c57cd/Keepin-It-Real-with-KC Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Podcast/B08K55QP3M?qid=1619307597&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=9BT3RY8XKT50ZJFKHMX7 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keepin-it-real-with-k-c/id1494499465 Daily Motion: https://www.dailymotion.com/KIRWKC YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KeepinItRealWithKC Twitter: https://twitter.com/kirwkc @kirwkc Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kirwkc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kirwkc CashApp: $kirwkc --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirwkc/support
Is money connected to fulfilling your God-given purpose? How do you pursue your purpose without making money an idol? And is there such a thing as a non-woo version of manifestation that is okay for Christians to use? In this episode, you'll hear an engaging conversation between Holly and our guest, Portia Jackson. Portia is a Certified Financial Planner and owns her own business called Wealthy and Fulfilled. Portia shares her journey to the finance world from being a literal rocket scientist. She talks about the struggles of mothering a child with special needs and she also shares how her leadership journey opened up when she finally found her gifting and pressed into God's will for her life. Portia and Holly hit some pretty hard topics head-on in the episode. They talk about everything from race and African American female role models, to how the Enneagram can help us identify how we relate to money, and lastly they discuss the concept of Christ-centered manifestation. I know this episode will challenge you but also encourage you to think objectively about how you relate to money and how your mindset has served you or hurt you. For the full show notes, visit estherlittlefield.com/episode196 Episode Sponsor: The sponsor for this episode is my upLIFT Mentormind. upLIFT is a mastermind program for Christian women building an online business who want to move from surviving to thriving. If you're already earning consistent income in your business but you want to be surrounded by supportive Christian women and receive business mentoring and marketing coaching from me… then this is the place for you! Learn more about upLIFT here. Connect with Esther and Holly: Esther's Website Holly's Website Instagram Facebook Group Facebook Page This episode was originally published on estherlittlefield.com/episode196.
Keep trading off your pleasure today for tomorrow, and repeatedly do that with all of your decisions to build wealth. It requires you to be constantly doing that day in and day out for you to actually get to where you would like to be. For me, I see the R3ciprocity project being an important part of the world, and I will continue to forgo pleasure today for tomorrow by working on it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
As a spiritual CEO for high-achieving business owners, Emma works on the energetic aspects to help her clients shift. In this episode, Emma shares that she's a 12th-generation Quaker (She's even a Quaker minister). Coming from this heritage, Emma was DEEPLY ingrained to give her month away, and not want for much.As a coach struggling to pay her bills, Emma decided that she could not be in her gifts if she couldn't pay her electricity bill! This show chronicles her journey and gives tools for how to break through if you have any issues about being spiritual and wanting to have a lot of money.Like many on this journey, Emma also had people in her life push back on her desire to make a great living. (Maybe you have experienced this as well.)There are many layers to this. First, our identity gets involved. Who are we with money? What would it mean if we stepped out of the level we are at and step into wealth? There is so much work to do here, and you will hear Emma's story of how she broke through this. You will love the story of when Emma was sick, TRUSTED her body's wisdom, and the need to surrender, and brought in $87k by staying in bed!And what kind of permission can we give ourselves? This is a huge one, as many who didn't have exposure to wealth and have been “indoctrinated” to believe that money is bad, how do we give permission to have and be more? We speak a lot about this in this episode. You will hear how Emma has broken free from the old paradigm of struggle and suffering. It's quite empowering!Emma Churchman is a Spiritual CEO and Advisor to business owners seeking to accelerate their income and impact. With immersion for over a decade in study and practice as an Akashic Records practitioner, 20+ years coaching and spiritual advising entrepreneurs, as well 25 years personal experience in entrepreneurism, she's found the game of soul alignment to be the MOST FUN way to grow your business.Emma tripled her business during the global pandemic using soul alignment, and her extraordinary clients and she have generated multiple millions of dollars.Emma's mentoring is grounded in decades of training - she's got two master's degrees in Divinity and Metaphysics, and is a PhD candidate in Conscious Business Ethics. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina with her honey Jeff and their two dachshunds.Reach out to Emma Church to learn about her Abundance by Soul D.E.S.I.G.N. Method that will help create abundance with ease in your business>> https://www.emmachurchman.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, sports chiropractor, certified strength and conditioning specialist, pregnancy and postpartum athleticism coach, and level 2 Crossfit coach, Dr Karlie Causey, talks about exercise during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Today, Dr. Karlie talks about planning home exercise programs and preparing athletic women for the postpartum exercise phase, and the idea that every mom is an athlete. What are some postpartum conditions or barriers to getting back to fitness? Hear about setting expectations about postpartum conditions, the story behind Jen & Keri, and get Dr Karlie's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “You don't need to wait to the 6-week mark to start doing what we consider rehabilitative exercises.” “Tie small rehab activities into your daily life.” “Just ask the patient what works best for them.” “Walking in the postpartum phase is exercise and it does count.” “Starting off slow to get back to where you want to go is always the right choice.” “You can continue being who you were before motherhood.” “If I would've had more fun, I probably would've been more successful, but also maybe it would've been a little bit of a smoother ride.” More about Dr. Karlie Dr. Karlie is a sports chiropractor, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, pregnancy and postpartum athleticism coach, and a level 2 Crossfit coach. More importantly, she is a mom to two, who is ridiculously passionate about helping postpartum athletes and moms-to-be restore their bodies and move with confidence. This obsession led her to establish Jen & Keri, a postpartum activewear brand for athletes, and create her wildly successful Postpartum Restoration Plan. Beyond being a mom and a competitive fitness lover, she has spent the last 17 years of her life studying the human body and learning how it moves. Earning her doctorate of chiropractic and a master's in human biology were just a start; she doesn't plan to stop learning any time soon! She is certified in the Webster technique and BirthFit, and has served as the team Chiropractor for the Seattle Seawolves and as the local medical director for AVP Seattle. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Physiotherapy, Pregnancy, Postpartum, Motherhood, Exercise, Rehabilitation, Athletics, Training, Empowerment, To learn more, follow Dr. Karlie at: Website: www.karliecausey.com www.jenandkeri.com Instagram: @drkarlie @jenandkeri Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:02 Hey, Dr. Carly, welcome to the podcast. I am happy to have you on and excited to talk about exercise during pregnancy and the postpartum period. longtime listeners of this podcast will know that that this is a topic we talk about a lot here. So I'm really great to have you on to get a fresh perspective of things. So welcome. 00:23 Yeah, thank you so much for having me. I'm excited for for our chat. 00:28 So before we get into the nuts and bolts, can you give the listeners a little bit more insight into you and as to why you chose this sort of subset or niche of folks to see? 00:42 Sure, yeah, well, I've been a sports chiropractor now for Gwent, this is a will be my 12th year. So I've been doing that for a while. And I've always loved working with women in general, all walks of life, all stages of life. But when I became pregnant, I really as I feel like it happens for many, many healthcare providers, you really start to embrace the stage that you're in a little bit. So I really started to learn a lot about how how women progress through pregnancy, how they can continue working out how we can minimize, sort of, you know, things that can happen to that are detrimental after the baby comes. So I just really, really dove into that area of expertise. And it just hasn't stopped since then. So I found it very helpful to to have someone walk alongside me during my pregnancy, pelvic floor pt. And so now I try to be that person for a lot of my patients, too. 01:46 That's great. And listen, the more help we can give to women pregnant, and especially in that postpartum period, or that fourth trimester is, as it is called, I think the more people who can offer help, the better because it's not like people are not going to ever get pregnant again. So yeah, have that help. It's really important, and a lot of women just don't know. Right? They don't, I don't know what you don't know. And so if you're not in the healthcare field, there are so many questions, the body changes so much you're feeling maybe Weird Things You Didn't feel before. So getting back to exercise can be a little nerve racking. So 02:26 Oh, go ahead. No, go ahead. I think that, um, you know, it's becoming much more common to talk about this, and that women are wanting to work out more. And what's one of the benefits of social media, you know, is that we're seeing some of this stuff and able to get more info, you know, I talked to friends who had kids 10 years ago, and it just, it doesn't exist at all really, you know, and as far as like, information that was readily available. So I'm happy that, that we're trending in that direction, at least. 02:54 Yeah, absolutely. And now, let's get let's get into the nuts and bolts here now. So can you give us some practical ways to introduce rehab, introduce exercise, after giving birth, and I love the that were practical, right? Because we're talking about women who maybe don't have a whole heck of a lot of time, because they have a newborn to take care of. So I'll hand the mic over to you. 03:25 Yeah, exactly. Um, I think one of the things that I really liked to stress is that we don't need to wait until the six week mark, to start doing what we consider, you know, rehabilitative exercises. So if with an uncomplicated birth, I often have women starting, you know, day two, day three, especially with just breathing exercises. And what what I see very often is, as women are pregnant as their belly is growing, what happens a lot of times is that diaphragm really gets crammed up there. And so we start to see that they're not breathing as deeply, they're not able to belly breathe. And that diaphragm, we have to remember is the top of the quote unquote, core, right? So their pelvic floor is the bottom, we have our diaphragm on the top, and then all the muscles surrounding but I just like to remind women of that, because that muscle getting so kind of constricted throughout pregnancy is really a big deal. And really, starting on the breath work early on can be really, really helpful. So that's one thing that I really like to emphasize is, you know, at day two, day three, even if you had a C section, you can be laying in your hospital bed, doing some deep belly breathing, diaphragmatic breathing, and you're actually doing a lot more than than you think you are, you know, you're actually starting your rehab journey right there. So that's my first tip that I always like to give. I'm sure you as a PT would would agree with that, right? Like there's just so much we can start with so. So yeah, that's number one. And then the other thing that I really like to emphasize is time small rehab activities. into your daily life. So getting away from the mindset that we have to like set aside 3045 minutes an hour, whatever you used to do, or whatever you think you need to do, and say, Okay, I'm going to do 10, diaphragmatic breaths, and 10, air squats. And every time I set the baby down, or every time I change the baby's diaper, or whatever it is, you know, you can kind of pick what works for you. But I like to do that. Because then it's, it's adding in movement throughout your day, it's giving you a sense of control of like, having these pieces of rehab that you can add into your day and feel like you're working towards a goal. And it's taking away the stress of like, okay, you have to have this time set aside, everything has to go perfect, you have to have the perfect workout outfit on and your water bottle ready and the right tunes and like it just doesn't happen with a newborn baby, you know. So I think taking that stress off is another helpful tip. 05:57 Yeah, it's funny, I just did a social media post about this subject when it comes to a home exercise program that, you know, ask your patient in front of you, I because I have a woman who said, you know, I can squeeze in a couple of five to 10 minutes a day. So if you give me two exercises that I can do in between patients, she's a psychologist in between patients, I'll do it. Right. She's like, but if you say, Oh, you have to set aside, like you said, half an hour, 40 minutes to do that. She's like, it's just not gonna get done. Yeah. 06:32 Yeah, it depends on the person, right? Because then you also have people who want that 30 minutes, like, give me, I am used to working out an hour every day, whatever it is, I want my 30 minutes of things to do. And so it's yeah, it's just knowing your patient and like taking the time to ask them those questions of what's going to make them more successful. And the other thing I like is, if you've read the book, habit stacking, that's basically what I'm recommending to is, you know, tying an exercise to something else that you're already doing. So you don't have to think about when am I going to do this when you know, it's like, I always tell new moms don't tie it to brushing your teeth. Because sometimes that doesn't happen, you know, if we're being honest, sometimes doesn't happen on a on a day, but, you know, tie it to something like, okay, when you pick up the baby, change the baby's diaper or hand the baby to your partner, those kinds of things that you're you know, you're going to be doing, then that seems to be a recipe for 07:24 success, too. Yeah. And like you said, most importantly, just ask the patient what works best for them. Right? We're not them, we're not in their shoes. Maybe this woman gave birth, and she's got a ton of help at home. Right? We don't know. Or maybe it's a single mom who gave birth who doesn't have a ton of help. So always just ask, that is the easiest way to come up with a realistic and like you said, practical home exercise program. Okay, anything else, any other practical tips to introduce exercise in rehab after in those first couple of weeks or months, let's say after giving birth? 08:06 Yeah, I think another one is, you know, include the baby is always a good one, right? We tend to forget after we have a baby, depending on the activity level of the person beforehand, we tend to forget that walking is actually exercise, especially in the postpartum period. So I like to remind my patients of that I have a lot of patients who are pretty active, pretty high level of athletics prior to being pregnant. And so I have to remind them that walking in a postpartum phase is exercise, and it does count. And you should be finding time for it. Whatever that looks like with a stroller with a front pack, you know, even if you can get out for a little bit on your own is always nice, too, but not often as doable. But so I like to I like to remind people that and also that we don't necessarily need to jump into walking right away. So it's not something that you know, day 234, walking, probably still doesn't feel very comfortable, whether you have a vaginal birth or a C section. And so remembering that that's just like anything else, you want to work into that slowly, just like any other exercise program, you wouldn't jump right into lifting super heavy weights or, you know, join a competitive athletic league of some kind. So, starting slowly there, too, I think is important. Yeah. And 09:27 you hit on something that I want to kind of circle back to is, you said a lot of the women that you work with tend to be really high level athletes. I know you're also a crossfit coach, right. So you're seeing a lot of these high level, athletic women. So how do you kind of prepare them for this postpartum phase where they're not really going to be able to go back to that heavy lifting right away? Because from a psychological standpoint, I would think that would be can be quite difficult. 09:59 Yeah, it is yes, good question, I think what I tried to do is really lean into what I sort of call the negative side of it. And I try to stress to them that the things that are going to get them back to where they want to be, are really boring. And they're really slow. And they're going to be annoyed by them. But if they do them, in the short term, it's going to pay off in the long term. So starting off slow to get back to where you want to go is always always the right choice in postpartum with postpartum women. So yeah, that's, that's what I start with. And I really explained the breath work because again, that sounds like boring and sort of silly to a lot of people. And before I had a baby, I think I was less, I was less into the breath work, because I just found it so boring. And I would listen, you know, to pts and chiropractors, and, you know, ortho, all kinds of Doc's talking about how important breathwork was. And I was always like, gosh, it's so lame. But then once you feel how that diaphragm really doesn't expand like it used to, and you can't connect your breath with your body, like you use, do you realize, okay, this is actually where we have to start. And once we get this down and get this kind of Mind, Body breath connection down again, then we can start to progress from there. So yeah, I always start off people really slow. I developed a postpartum restoration plan. That's eight weeks. And it's more developed for the type of person that needs like, you know, they need their 20 to 30 minutes of like, here's my rehab, here's my, this is going to substitute for my workout for the day, you know, since I'm not doing a cross a workout or, or hit workout, or whatever they do. But I think that's been helpful to have those exercises, have kind of a game plan. And then, and then I can kind of shift those things around for people that want to like, you know, kind of fit things in here and there. So, 11:50 yeah, yeah, great advice. So really setting those expectations even before the baby comes so that they know what to do. So they know what's coming. And that's huge expectations are everything. Okay, so how about any conditions or barriers to getting back to fitness that maybe some postpartum women may experience? 12:17 Yeah, I always like to talk about this. Because there's, there's some things that people aren't really anticipating, you know, I think a lot of women during pregnancy, they sort of anticipate, okay, maybe a little bit of low back pain, maybe some pelvic pain. Even if they're thinking ahead, some upper back and neck and shoulder pain from being sort of hunched forward and nursing and that sort of thing. One thing that people don't anticipate that obviously isn't like a, you know, life ending condition or anything, but I'm sure you've heard of it, and seeing patients with it is the mommy thumb, you know, mommy wrist, however, we want to call it but that's when it really catches people by surprise. And basically what it is, is, can be pretty severe pain and either the wrist or the thumb and it comes from the forearm extensor muscles, and just from holding that baby and kind of that flexed position. So often, women are generally carrying a lot on the on the same side, if you bet shear, they end up sleeping kind of with the arm curled around the baby often, so then they can kind of get stuck in that position. And those muscles get really, really tight. So I like to tell my patients sort of warn them about that prior to giving birth and have them start on some wrist roller, you know, some eccentric, concentric strengthening of both the flexors and the extensors. And nothing crazy, you know, couple of minutes a day, four or five days a week will make a huge difference in that area. So that's one thing that I like to warn about. And if they with new moms that they're starting to feel that right away, I have them try to start some of those loading exercises, because that will, you know, if we catch it early enough, it can nip it right in the bud. But if we let it go, it can be pretty severe, you know, and people end up getting cortisone shots to take care of it and and there's a time and a place for that. But if we can take care of it beforehand, then let's do that. 14:05 Yeah, absolutely. I once had a woman who she was like, I think in her early 50s. And she started experiencing you know what they call mommy thumb or deeper veins. And hers was from they just gotten a new puppy. So her kids were grown and she's like, it feels like it does. She's like my thumb feels like it did after I had my second child. And so I look at how she's carrying this dog around the whole time. That's why 14:33 Yeah, there you go happens to the best of them, I guess. Yep, 14:36 absolutely. So even even to the moms of new moms of our furry, furry children, our little fairy children, it can still happen. So be prepared. What else what other complications or errors have you seen? 14:50 Yeah, I think one that gets a lot of you know, buzzword right now gets kind of a lot of play is talking about diastasis recti time and I'm glad I'm glad that it becomes So much more common to talk about it talk about what it is how it happens. But I think there's also a lot of fear mongering that goes on with that. Again, on social media, there's, you know, whoever can post whatever, right, so I do see a lot of stuff about about diastasis recti, what not to do. And what I always like to remind people is that it's, it's a normal, natural thing that needs to happen for that baby to grow and for the abdomen to expand. So I think that's really important to tell our patients and make sure that they know that it's supposed to happen, it's going to happen, you know, some studies show up to 100% of women have diastasis, recti, I think, like, week 36. And so, so just reiterating that, like, it's okay, it's gonna happen, we're gonna, we're gonna rehab you out of it, you know, but I think, you know, learning about it is great, and then understanding, okay, it's the separation of those abdominal muscles, what's gonna cause more stress on those? Okay, well, any of the flexion exercises, of course, so sit ups, and across the world, toes, the bar, that kind of thing. Any sort of kipping motion, anything where you're losing control, right down that linea alba down the center of the core, so are dancenter the abs. Also with heavy weights, like that's another thing that a lot of people don't anticipate as heavyweight overhead. Can Can just overstrain that tissue. And so there, I usually recommend people switch to dumbbells, you know, that's a pretty common recommendation, switch to dumbbells from a barbell, if you're using a barbell, they're just more forgiving, and allow you to, you know, move a little bit more efficiently and keep your core a little bit more stable. And then talking about in the postpartum phase, what we're going to do to rehab that. And understanding that, you know, nothing you do during pregnancy is going to, it's not going to hurt, it's not gonna hurt the baby, it's not going to hurt you, it just potentially makes it harder to rehab it later. Right. And so, we're always talking about minimizing those activities, seeing what we can substitute in, so you can still keep moving and doing what you want to do. But, but, you know, kind of playing that game of like cost benefit analysis, like, is it worth it to be doing this exercise? Is there something I could do that's a little bit safer, and just sets me up for a little bit more success down the road? So yeah, I think it's important to really talk during the pregnancy about that. And then in the postpartum phase, talk about where do we start, you know, and again, it goes back to the breathing, I hate to harp on it, but it does. And then there's some really simple diastasis recti exercises, that sort of work on engaging the transverse abdominus, you know, that big flat abdominal muscle that kind of wraps around and, and then from there, kind of retraining your core that okay, we can stay stable. And we can keep, you know, a nice pressure throughout while we start to learn to move our extremities and move a little bit of weight. And just like anything going through kind of progressive overload. But with with the core. 18:06 Yeah. And would you mind giving the listeners maybe a quick example of an exercise that you might work with a patient postpartum? Like, let's say that now, like you said, like 99% of women will have a diastasis after pregnancy? So would you mind giving a quick example? 18:27 Yeah, of course. Yeah. So there, there's tons of them out there. And it really depends on what phase of postpartum she's in. Right. So if it's really early on, like I said, we're going to work on some breathing, and we're going to have her one of the cues I really like is, when we're thinking about kind of trying to, to create tension throughout the abdomen, I like to think of kind of pulling the hip bones together, that's one that seems to work well for a lot of people. So you have them take a breath, and let's say they're lying on their back on the ground with their knees bent, have them take a big breath in, feel right on the inside of their hip bones. And then as they breathe out, they're gonna think about trying to pull those hip bones together. And that can start to help engage that transverse abdominus. And of course, you want them in like a neutral spine, in this position. And from there, then we can progress obviously, you know, with some, like heal slides with the leg lifts. Those are pretty sort of traditional exercises. I also like to incorporate when we start talking about, you know, healing through the entire Corps, I like to incorporate some glute work because that's one thing that gets missed a lot. We, we forget that the glutes are connected to the pelvic floor. So when we're trying to heal this whole barrel that is our core, it's really important to, you know, start with some really basic just even if it's glute bridges, some hip thrusts, those sort of things. I think those need to go hand in hand as we work that posterior chain along with the anterior abdomen. 19:57 Perfect. Thank you so much for those examples. Just gives people a little taste. So let's talk about Jen and Carrie. I will throw it over to you. Why don't you talk a little bit about Jen and Carrie and your company's logo? 20:16 Yeah, thank you. So my company is called Jen and Carrie, and it's sort of funny. My name is Carly, obviously, my partner my business partners name is Jess. So Jess and Carly. But whenever people get our names wrong, which is a lot they call us, they call her Jen. And they call me Carrie. And so as we were talking about what we should name the company, we were like, Jen and Carrie, they sound like you're fun mom friends that like know all the deets and have all the advice. So that's, that's our company name. And unfortunately, it's only further that probably problem a little bit because now you know, email and correspond with people. And they just immediately cost Jen and Carrie, but that's fine. We started the company after my first son. And I was, I believe it was, it was a couple months two or three months postpartum. And I was just getting back into the gym and trying to go back to CrossFit class, I'd done all my rehab, and I was really slowly kind of reintegrating, and I was complaining to her that I just hated all the nursing sports bras out there, I hate the clips, I hate the zipper, the button, like all this stuff, I just hated it. And you know, and across the class, let's say you're doing you're working with a barbell you like kind of dig the barbell into those clips with a PowerClean or a front squat or something or you're running and they pop open. It's like, you know, everyone every mom's worst nightmare. And so we started kind of looking scouring the internet for a sports bra that didn't look like a nursing sports bra, we just didn't find one. So we started kind of toying around and, and playing with a bunch of sports bras, cutting them up and, and it grew into basically the sports bra that we developed, which looks just like a regular sports bra, it has a sort of different technology that you pull up the top layer, pull down the bottom layer, so there's no clips, no zippers, none of that stuff. And really, the reason was, I just wanted to be in my workout class and feel like everyone else, like I wanted to have that hour of time for myself, I love being a new mom, I love being a nursing mom, but I just didn't feel like I needed to be advertising it to the world and my like, one hour class, I just wanted it for me. So that sort of spawned our company. And our goal is basically to just empower women to get back to whatever activities they love. And this is just one way we're doing it, we just feel if if a sports bra is gonna make you feel more comfortable and more confident in your postpartum body, and that's gonna get you moving then that we're all for it. So that's sort of how we started. 22:48 And, and the logo, every mom is an athlete. So controversial take may be right, some people may think I totally get where you're coming from, but go ahead and kind of explain that. 23:02 Yeah, so we have a couple of different reasons for are a couple of different meanings behind our logo, every mom is an athlete, we, first of all, we want women to feel like they can be whatever they want to be. So they can continue being an athlete, if they were before having kids, they can become an athlete, if they want to, you know, whatever that means for them, you know, whether it's running or Jiu Jitsu, or strongman competitions or whatever, we don't care, we just want to support you in whatever you want to do. And we also the other thing that we think about that is that being a mom is a really athletic job. So when you think about the stuff that moms do, you know, you think about the mom, carrying the car seat on one side with the toddler on the other hip with the coffee and the hand with the backpack with the all the stuff and that takes a lot of athleticism, whether you consider yourself an athlete or not. Putting your baby down in a crib is a hip hinge, right? Picking your baby up to put them into the car and the car see is is a press and a lift. So everything that we're doing, we try to we try to think about okay, what, what our moms doing and how can we support them in active wear, you know, as just one of the many ways to support them. What can we do to help support them in in this really athletic endeavor? That is motherhood? 24:21 Yeah, I love it. I think it's great. And I agree I do. I do think every mom is an athlete as well. So not so controversial, although I could see where people are coming from on that. So currently, as we start to wrap things up, what would you like the audience to take away? What are your takeaways from our discussion? 24:45 Yeah, that's a great question. Um, I think I would love for them to take away just that. You can continue being who you who you were before motherhood in whatever context that means for you And, and, you know, an entirely different version of that maybe, but like you can continue all the athletic pursuits you had before. That I want women to feel to feel empowered in the postpartum phase. And I try to do that in a lot of different ways, right? Like in my clinic, with my postpartum plan, but doing things like these to just like, talk about, here's some simple things you can do to help reintegrate your core and start building your strength back and just feel stable and confident, comfortable in your new body. That's my goal, really. And so that's our goal, Jen and Carrie, that's my goal, personally, and I think that would be my takeaway. 25:42 And where can people find you? You can list social media websites, where can they find Jen and Carrie? 25:50 Yeah, so Jen and carrie.com, it's JdN and ke ri. We're also on Instagram at Jen and Carrie. And then I'm also on Instagram at Dr. Carly, it's KR, li e. Those are probably the best places. Perfect. And 26:04 we'll have links to all of those in the show notes for today's episode over at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com. So if you forgot you didn't write it down. Don't worry, just hop on over. And we'll have direct links to everything. So, Carly, last question. And it's one I asked everyone knowing where you are now in your life in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self? 26:27 Yeah, I know, you asked that question. And I've been like really thinking hard about it. Um, I think I would give the sounds so cliche and sort of silly, but I think I would tell myself to have more fun, because the research shows when we're having fun is when we actually enter that flow state more right? We can talk about that for hours, I'm sure. But I think I would tell myself that because I look back and see the hard work of school, you know, education, but also in sports athletics, through high school college. I just think I if I would have had more fun, I probably would have been more successful. But also maybe, you know, maybe it would have been a little bit smoother ride. So that would be my advice. 27:09 Yeah. And, and as an entrepreneur as well, right? So sometimes, yeah, gets so wrapped up into the day to day that we're like, all stressed out and forget, like, wait a second, we got into this as a business owner, as an entrepreneur, to do things our own way. So why can't that involve having some fun every day as well? 27:31 Yeah, exactly like this. Right? We get to just sit and chat about stuff we love to chat about. This is a good time. This is fun. So yes, great point. Even in the entrepreneurial life, especially. 27:41 Yeah, especially anyway, and you're Listen, I'd love to have you come back on to talk about that aspect of, of your life as well. Because I love having successful female entrepreneurs and talk about their business and, and how they got things off the ground. Because I know people are always interested in that. So you'll have to come back. I love it. Yeah, I think you'll have to come back. And you'll have to talk about your sports Cairo business as well as the Jen and Carrie. So you know, being in that space of a retail space, which I know is not easy. So, so much to talk about. So we will put a pin in that and we will discuss that maybe in a couple of months. So Carly, thank you so much for coming on. I really appreciate it. This was great. I think you gave people a lot of practical easy tips that they can start integrating whether you're a postpartum mom or someone who cares for them. So thank you so much for coming on. 28:44 Yeah, thank you so much for having me. My pleasure. And everyone. Thanks 28:47 so much for listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.
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For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.IntroductionCLEAN 21, The Wealthy Shunammites' Son = also OT character study 64.Yesterday we saw how the prophet Elijah saved the life of the son of the Widow of Zarephath. Today we will look at a similar account—and it's easy to confuse the two!—involving Elijah's successor, Elisha.This woman is probably younger than the widow of Zarephath. Her husband is still living, and out in the fields working, probably as a supervisor. That makes more sense, since they were wealthy. But even wealthy persons have problems, suffer tragedies, and need God.Perhaps the woman is the main character because the money came from her family. At any rate, she eclipses her husband.Scripture: 2 Kings 4:8-37; 8:1-6The couple are friends and supporters of the prophet Elisha -- and his ministry.The couple ups their game: hospitality will now include a room (v.10). It makes us think of the guest room Paul anticipates Philemon will provide.They were a very giving couple. Elisha wishes to reciprocate, to give them a precious gift for all their kindness (v.14).Quite naturally, the woman cannot believe her ears (v.16)! Her dream of being a mother (again?) has died, or lain dormant. Now the Lord is revivifying it.Barrenness is a common theme in the Bible. Just think of all the older women who were enabled to conceive (think Sarah and Elizabeth).This child wasn't conceived of the Holy Ghost! Since the baby came a year later, she and her husband obviously took action sometime in the three months after Elisha made the promise.Now the scene is several years later (the child can talk (v.19) – perhaps he is two or three years old).Notice how the father delegates the care of his son to a servant, and then his wife. Was he overcome with worry, or too busy to help, or overconfident that the child's medical complaint was minor?Just imagine what it must have been like to watch your child's life slip away, while you were holding it in your lap (v.20)!Those who have lost a child (miscarriage, car accident, cancer, suicide...) face overwhelming and heavy sadness.Sometimes we lose our "spiritual" children. We helped them to become Christians, and we invested in their lives. When they turn back from following Christ, the disappointment and grief can really set us back.Then something really surprising happens.The surprise is not that she turned to the prophet for help, but that she has completely bypassed her husband (v.22-23)!Gehazi seems clueless as to what's happening, as well as to her deeper emotional state (v.27), which is not all that surprising, since at first Elisha himself hasn't fathomed the situation.It is for the woman to alert them to the horror of the situation.The woman will not leave Elisha. He is her connection with God, her source of hope!Gehazi simply doesn't have the spiritual power to bring back the child (v.31).The child is resuscitated – or reanimated (vs.32-25)!Gehazi is still useful, even if he is slower on the uptake than his master.She has her life back (v.37)! Her shattered dreams have been repaired.It seems the story is over – but then four chapters later she reappears (8:1-3).Elisha stays in touch. Or maybe it's simply that she knew who to turn to if she really needed help again…This is after 2 Kings 5, where Gehazi received the leprosy of Naaman.Her family, her household, has already been restored; now it's her house (2 Kings 8:1-3). People first, then things.What a remarkable story! But what makes it remarkable isn't the plot, the persons, or even the reanimation. It's God.ApplicationBeing healthy and whole isn't just the absence of impurity. It involves your key relationships, and, to a much lesser extent, your possessions. Nothing is more important than relationships. What relationships need restoring in your life?Like the woman, we need to know what's out of place, where it hurts, what needs to be restored, before we can feel wonderful and clean and in God's presence.Do you relate more to the woman, to her husband, to Gehazi, or to Elisha?What will you be willing to do today to have a full, godly, wholesome life?
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Corporations Lobby to get rid of government regulation. Employees unionise to get rid of corporate regulations. Wealthy corporatists talk about the evil of socialist central planning governments, yet THEY who own or sit on the board of multinational corporations, are in fact socialist central planners.
Andy Schmookler discusses keeping the central challenges always before our eyes: Dr. Andy Schmookler in the continuation of his series “A Better Human Story,” expands on two of his articles that present the challenges civilization must deal with continually. Caletta Harris, Director, promotes Documentary Series No Address Atlanta screening and Q&A session: The No Address documentary series exposes the state of the un-housed in two U.S. cities. Director Caletta Harris makes clear this reflects the U.S. The wealthy shareholders and investors don't care about you! Why I checked this listener: I had to refute a listener whose mind could not come to terms with the fact that shareholders and investor tax rates are unfair and screw the poor and middle-class. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support
Dave Chilton is a Canadian author, investor, and a venture capitalist who has appeared on television in the Canadian version of Dragons' Den. In 1989, he released his book ”The Wealthy Barber” which went on to sell an astonishing two million copies in Canada. You can follow Dave on Twitter at https://twitter.com/wealthy_barber and buy his book at https://www.amazon.com/THE-WEALTHY-BARBER/dp/B000SAI072 Show Notes: How Dave met Jim Signs of curiosity “The Wealthy Barber” TV show Twitter as a global intelligence network Capital Camp and Rethinking Private Equity Getting good at taking criticism Dave's approach to writing “The Wealthy Barber” The decline in business travel Starting new businesses at 60 Helping out authors with book publishing “The Chilton Method” web-series Power laws in podcasting Inviting Jim's kids to Infinite Loops How to react if your passport gets pickpocketed Living in the moment Building a healthy relationship with your kids The natural love for trivia Collecting art Anecdotal info in the world of big data Still using a Blackberry Books Mentioned: The Wealthy Barber; by Dave Chilton What Works on Wall Street; by Jim O'Shaughnessy Invest Like the Best; by Jim O'Shaughnessy Psychology of Money; by Morgan Housel The Immortality Key; by Brian Muraresku
We're rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes for the Spring Break Money Coach School! - Today's episode is special because we're digging into a little bit of the mindset stuff that comes with money coaching (like imposter syndrome, self-doubt, comparisonitis, etc.) and using it to develop a tool that you can use when you're getting in your own way: your wealthy coach identity. We dig into this early in the Wealthy Coach Blueprint because what typically holds us back in the beginning is our mindset, which is why I wanted to share this identity piece on the podcast. Show Notes: https://www.wanderwealthypodcast.com/podcast/episode211 Hop on the Wealthy Coach Blueprint waitlist for 2023! Feel frustrated with pricing your services? Join The Pricing Formula to help you start charging the right price! The Client Attraction Content Matrix is here! Jump inside and get a year's worth of content in a matter of hours! (Hint: There's a special deal if you buy The Pricing Formula, first!) Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and leave a review on iTunes. (It helps a lot!) Tess is the founder of Wander Wealthy and the lead Business Coach for Financial Coaches. She works one-on-one with her clients, through her signature program, The Wealthy Coach Blueprint, to help coaches create life-changing money coaching programs, find and attract their dream clients, and make more money and a greater impact in 90 days. Follow Tess on Instagram @tess_wicks
These investing principles will help you prosper The world is a strange place at the moment and it's certainly a difficult one to navigate, especially in the world of investing. It's the most interesting time for not only the property market but every market out there. If you joined us on the podcast last week or have managed to get your hands on Rob D's new book you'll know exactly where we are right now and what the financial environment of the future will look like, giving you that edge when you're deciding what to invest in. But we're about to make it even easier for you as Rob & Rob reveal the five investment principles that will make you wealthy. If you harness these principles not only will navigating the market become easier for you, but you'll prosper as a result. So be sure to tune in – you won't want to miss out on this. In the news We've got a huge news story for you this week, in fact, it's so big we think we're going to have to cover it in a lot more detail over the coming weeks. And there's plenty of headlines as the government have released a white paper on how they plan to create a fairer private rental sector. Now there's a lot to dig further into but some of the biggest headlines were the end of section 21 and new legislation involving tenants and their pets. Tune in and hear what the guys have got to say. Hub Extra Now we don't usually give out an anti-recommendation but there's a first for everything! Rob B was excited to get his hands on the Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty, but was pretty disappointed as he didn't think it was worth the hype. Not every recommendation is a winner but this one was a hard hitter as it's got so many amazing reviews... But don't worry, we can't let you walk away without a good recommendation! Thankfully Rob stumbled across Dopesick on Disney+ which follows the same story of the Sackler family and their involvement in the opioid crisis in America. Let's get social We'd love to hear what you think of this week's Property Podcast over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. You might even have a topic you'd like us to cover in the future - if so, pop us a message on social and we'll see what we can do. Make sure you've liked and subscribed to our YouTube channel where we upload new content every week! If that wasn't enough, you can also join our friendly property community on the Property Hub forum. And if you'd like to find out more information about Portfolio you can do that here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Listen to our first interview with Nick in which he details his full story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_-_at8H37E Nick Yarris was sent to death row for 22 Years, for a crime he didn't commit and was the star of the documentary "Fear of 13." He is the author of multiple books, and a highly revered speaker. Links: https://freedompact.co.uk/newsletter (Healthy, Wealthy & Wise) https://instagram.com/freedompact You can find out more about Nick and check out his books at https://nickyarrisofficial.com/ For more content like this, please hit the subscribe button!
Searching for a strategy to get you to the next level in your life? We've all done it. If we just find the perfect strategy, we'll finally reach our goals. But what if it isn't a strategy that you really need? What if what you really need is right in front of you? In this episode, Jenny and Jai will be sharing why you need to stop looking for strategies and instead, start looking within.
What is the source of abundance? You won't find me disagreeing with the concept that money is energy. I do believe that it is something that can be attracted to us, or pushed away from us consciously or unconsciously. In the spiritual world it can be a confronting and sometimes controversial topic, as we continue to navigate the adage that money is the root of all evil, a concept that a lot of us grew up hearing. But can you be wealthy and still be spiritual? And what does it really mean to be wealthy in the first place? For this discussion I decided to dive deep with my friend Mia Magik; an influencer and entrepreneur herself, who is also a witch and devotes her work and energy to bringing a deep understanding of the abundance that the earth provides and how it translates into all different aspects of our life. We discuss the source of abundance, the purpose of wealth, and a little bit of our own stories of our journeys there. Can I text you? For personal thoughts, updates, motivations, and more, texted directly to your phone from me to you, click here https://my.community.com/adamroa or send a message to (+1)323-508-2331
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Justin Goodbread is an author, entrepreneur, and certified financial planner. He founded his company, Heritage Investors, in 2009 to help individuals, business owners, and retirees attain their financial goals. In 2019, Justin founded Heritage Business Advisors to help business owners realize their full potential. He later joined the WealthSource family after the company and its affiliates acquired Heritage Investors and Heritage Business Advisors in 2022. He is also the author of Your Baby's Ugly, as well as the Amazon best-selling book, The Ultimate Sale. Justin joins us today to discuss how to build a best-in-class company for the ultimate business sale. He shares the first time he became self-employed and his journey to founding Heritage Investors and Heritage Business Advisors. He explains what led him to partner with WealthSource and describes how joining a larger company has benefitted the Heritage brand. Justin also details his approach to writing books and underscores why entrepreneurs should start a business with the end goal in mind. “We should build a business for the ultimate customer—the customer we're going to transition or sell our business to in the future.” - Justin Goodbread This week on The Model FA Podcast: Justin's journey to the financial planning industry The principles of landscaping and how they continue to guide Justin in business and entrepreneurship The power of scale and collaborating with a team The growth of the Heritage brand and its acquisition by WealthSource What led Justin to sell the Heritage companies and partner with WealthSource How joining a larger company has impacted the Heritage business Justin's current role and responsibilities at WealthSource and his vision for the future What inspired Justin to write a book and other financial content How creating a podcast helped Justin write a bestselling book The weaknesses of the RIA industry and the benefits of building your brand Resources Mentioned: Book: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Book: Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! By Robert Kiyosaki Book: The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness by Dave Ramsey Book: The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas Stanley Our Favorite Quotes: “Regardless of where you're running your business, there are principles you need to abide by to be successful.” - David DeCelle “Being able to put out valuable content and being omnipresent allow you to appeal to peoples' various learning styles.” - David DeCelle “In everything we want to do in life, we have to start with the end in mind. We have to know exactly where we want to be.” - Justin Goodbread Connect with Justin Goodbread: Financially Simple Book: The Ultimate Sale: A Financially Simple Guide to Selling a Business for Maximum Profit Book: Your Baby's Ugly: Maximize the Value of Your Business or You'll Have Nothing to Sell Financially Simple on YouTube Justin Goodbread on LinkedIn Justin Goodbread on Instagram Justin Goodbread on Facebook Justin Goodbread on Twitter Email: email@example.com About the Model FA Podcast The Model FA podcast is a show for fiduciary financial advisors. In each episode, our host David DeCelle sits down with industry experts, strategic thinkers, and advisors to explore what it takes to build a successful practice — and have an abundant life in the process. We believe in continuous learning, tactical advice, and strategies that work — no “gotchas” or BS. Join us to hear stories from successful financial advisors, get actionable ideas from experts, and re-discover your drive to build the practice of your dreams. Did you like this conversation? Then leave us a rating and a review in whatever podcast player you use. We would love your feedback, and your ratings help us reach more advisors with ideas for growing their practices, attracting great clients, and achieving a better quality of life. While you are there, feel free to share your ideas about future podcast guests or topics you'd love to see covered. Our Team: President of Model FA, David DeCelle If you like this podcast, you will love our community! Join the Model FA Community on Facebook to connect with like-minded advisors and share the day-to-day challenges and wins of running a growing financial services firm.
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On today's episode, Ashley is joined by Felicia Romero, world-class Fitness and Business Mentor. Felicia opened her first gym at the age of 22. Over the years, she built and ran her gyms, until 2 years ago when she sold Fit Method with the intention of creating more time freedom in her life and building her online business so that she could help people all around the world. Felicia's journey in the world of entrepreneurship has been wildly successful as she became an 8 time fitness cover model for magazines including Oxygen, Muscle and Fitness Hers, and Flex, and a local and national reality TV personality. Felicia's most recent reality TV experience was on the Lifetime show Fit To Fat To Fit, where she had to gain and lose weight for her sister who lost over 80 pounds in the process. Felicia is also a regular on Fox 10 News, Arizona Family, CBS, and NBC.Today, Felicia proudly mentors entrepreneurs and fitness coaches, helping them build their brands and businesses online through her new program, The Wealthy Wellness Coach, and as the host of the Hi Felicia! Podcast. Felicia is also the founder of Luna True Nutrition.“This whole concept of becoming wildly wealthy by selling one thing to one person is really what created my first six-figure year, and now, I have multiple streams of income that have helped me scale, but you really need that foundational piece. You need to build and cultivate self-trust. You need to prove your method, prove that it works, and get those transformations along the way.”BAM fam, this is such an amazing conversation that can inspire and support you in cultivating self-belief on your journey to becoming wildly successful in your life and business.Know that it's 100% possible to design your business however you want it to look. Find what works and feels good for you and go all in!The world is waiting for your unique magic. :sparkles:Listen to the brand new Badass Manifester podcast episode Becoming Wildly Wealthy Ft. Felicia Romero now! More From Felicia Romero:On the web: feliciaromero.comFollow her on Instagram: instagram.com/feliciaromeroApply to the Wealthy Wellness Coach: feliciaromero.com/applicationMore From Ashley:On the web: thequantum.coachFollow Ashley on Instagram: instagram.com/thequantum.coachBig Coach Energy Shop: bigcoachenergy.comBig Coach Energy Toolkit: bit.ly/bcetoolkitApply to the Quantum Coaching Academy: quantumcoachco.com/qca
Where are you right now in your journey through the wealth game? Do you have savings or emergency funds? Are you investing in your future? Do you have a 401k? Have you started your own business? If you have, congratulations, you're in second base! As we continue our journey through the wealth game, we want to begin saving, investing, and accumulating assets while we cast our eyes to third base. Yet—just as the run from first to second was difficult—the run from second to third can be arduous. So, how can you get there? In this episode, I outline how to move from second to third base in the game of wealth. I define the Prestigious Accumulator of Wealth category and explain how you can get there. I describe why entrepreneurs should build assets inside and outside their businesses. I also highlight the role of coaches in playing the game of wealth and underscore why staying the course to third base is worth it. “Those of us who make prudent investments, who make wise decisions, who keep the targeted mind—those of us who focus on that intensity—reach third base.” - Justin Goodbread This week on the Financially Simple Experience: Reaching second base and beginning to invest in your future How to calculate your net worth The Prestigious Accumulator of Wealth category Why business owners should pull their businesses out of their net worth statement How owning a business can quickly propel you to third base The importance of building a portfolio of assets inside and outside your business Resources Mentioned: Book: The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas Stanley Our Favorite Quotes: “Stay the course. If you find it hard to guard yourself against the naysayers in your world, find an advisor or coach that can encourage, push, and strengthen you.” - Justin Goodbread “We need coaches, no matter where we are in the game of wealth.” - Justin Goodbread “Moving from second to third base is tough. The reality is we'll spend decades of our lives there, but it's worth it. Keep the journey—stay focused.” - Justin Goodbread About The Financially Simple Podcast If you are looking for a podcast that speaks directly to the challenges and puzzles of running a business, you've come to the right place. The Financially Simple podcast was built for you. With over 400 episodes and counting, our host Justin Goodbread covers a broad range of topics, from starting a small business, to prepping it for sale, to growing your personal wealth. Justin's combination of analytical skills, tough love, and a healthy dose of experience delivers practical ideas that will benefit business builders at every stage of their business journey. If you have questions, or comments for Justin, submit those at: https://financiallysimple.com/ask-justin/ Connect with Justin: Financially Simple newsletter Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Subscribe Here: Apple Podcast Spotify Google Podcast iHeart Radio Stitcher Let us know your thoughts about the show - please leave a review on iTunes to help others discover the podcast. Financially Simple is a division of WealthSource Partners, LLC (“WSP”), which offers investment advisory and financial planning services. All investing involves risk of loss, including the possible loss of principal. Past performance does not guarantee future results and nothing in this podcast should be construed as a guarantee of any specific outcome or profit. All market indices discussed are unmanaged, do not incur management fees, costs and expenses, and cannot be invested into directly. Business planning services offered by WealthSource Business Advisors, LLC (“WBA”). This podcast is distributed for informational purposes only. The content of this podcast represents the views and opinions of Justin Goodbread and/or the podcast's guests and do not necessarily represent the views and/or opinions of WBA, WSP or their affiliates or representatives. Statements made in this podcast are subject to change without notice. Neither WBA, WSP or their representatives, the podcast's hosts or its guests have an obligation to provide revised statements in the event of changed circumstances. Statements made in the podcast are not to be construed as legal or accounting advice or as personalized advice of any nature. Listeners should conduct their own review of any statements made or strategies discussed and exercise judgment or consult with their own professional advisor to see how the information contained in this podcast may apply to their own circumstances.
In this episode, Principal Research Fellow at Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, Dr Joanne Kemp PhD, talks about hip pain treatment and research. Today, Joanne talks about the common causes of hip pain, the difference between men's and women's hip pain, and the outcomes for patients that “wait and see”. How can PTs design and conduct evidence-based treatment programs? Hear about treating overachievers, referring out and using other treatments, and the upcoming Fourth WCSPT, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “It's important that patients understand that exercise is good for them and is not going to cause damage.” “With any strengthening program, you only need to do it 2 or 3 times a week to be effective.” “It's probably going to take 3 months for our rehabilitation programs to reach their full effect.” “If you don't get it right the first time, and if it takes you a little while to find your space, that's actually okay, because it's about the long journey, and you'll get there eventually.” “Don't stress about failure. It's about what you learn from that failure and how you adapt and change what you do.” More about Joanne Kemp Associate Professor, Dr Joanne Kemp, is a Principal Research Fellow at Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre and is a titled APA Sports Physiotherapist of 25+ years' experience. Joanne has presented extensively on the management of hip pain and hip pathology in Australia and internationally. Her research is focused on hip pain including early onset hip OA in younger adults, and its impact on activity, function, and quality of life. She is also focussed on the long-term consequence of sports injury on joint health. She has a particular focus on surgical and non-surgical interventions that can slow the progression and reduce the symptoms associated with hip pain, pathology, and hip OA. Joanne maintains clinical practice in Victoria. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Pain, Hip Pain, Pain Management, Injuries, Research, Osteoarthritis, Exercise, Physiotherapy, WCSPT, To learn more, follow Joanne at: Email: email@example.com Website: https://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/ Twitter: @joannelkemp ResearchGate 4th World Congress of Sports Physical Therapy. Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:02 Hey, Joe, welcome to the podcast. I'm so happy to have you on. I've been wanting to have you on this podcast for such a long time. So thank you so much. 00:10 Thanks, Karen. It's great to be here, finally. 00:13 And of course, today we're going to be talking about hip pain, hip pathology, that is your zone of genius. So let's just dive right in. So let's talk about some common causes of hip pain in adults. And does this differ between women and men? 00:36 Yeah, look, it's a great question. And I think probably, we, I think we're starting to change our perspective on that difference between men and women and the causes of hip pain. I think that previously, we've sort of been very aware of the burden of hip pain in men and particularly young male athletes that there's been, you know, a growing body of research that's looked at at the prevalence and burden and causes of hip pain in young men. And probably that's led to a misconception that it affects men more than women. But it's only really that the research has been done in men, less and less so in women, like we see across, you know, the whole medical space. So if we think about the common causes of hip pain across the lifespan, when we're looking in sort of the adolescent and young adult population, you know, typical causes can be things like hip dysplasia, and that's actually is more common in women or young girls and women than boys and men so probably affects three times as many girls and women as it does men. And I think the prevalent when we're you know, the prevalence is perhaps higher than we previously thought. So, some studies are suggesting that up to 20% of adults have some form of hip dysplasia are shallow, hip socket shallow, so turbulent, and, and that that does lead to an increased risk of developing hip osteoarthritis in later life in later life. And even as young adults, sometimes we see patients with hip dysplasia, presenting with arthritis who need to go to hip replacement at a really young age in their 20s and 30s. So, hip dysplasia is a really common one. Another one that we've heard a lot about in the last 10 years is femoral acetabular, impingement syndrome, or FAI syndrome. So that's traditionally thought to be where there's impingement between the ball and the socket, either due to extra bone on the ballpark of the hip, which is can morphology or deep or retroverted socket, which has pencil morphology. And that's probably where a lot of the studies have been done, particularly in that young male adult adult population. But what we're now seeing when we look at the big cohorts, particularly of patients that end up presenting to hip arthroscopy is that it's about 5050. It's about 50% men and 50% women. So that burden is pretty equal across men and women. And that's another thing that does lead to an increased risk of hip osteoarthritis in later life. But the risk is not quite as high in FAI syndrome as it is in hip dysplasia. And it certainly is, it tends to be a slower burn. So these patients present for their hip replacements probably in their 50s and 60s, whereas hip dysplasia, we're seeing these patients in their 20s and 30s, with hip osteoarthritis. So that's probably the second most, the you know, the second cause in that younger age group. Then as we move into older adults, so sort of, you know, people 35 Plus sort of middle aged and older adults, that's where we really see hip osteoarthritis presenting itself, and it can be due to dysplasia or FAI syndrome. But it can also just sort of be that idiopathic arthritis that might be due to occupation, lots of different things. And again, that's reasonably equal men and women, but we do see women probably having a little bit more arthritis than men and more women going to hip replacement than men. And the outcomes for hip replacement are not as good in women as they are in men. So that burden is still probably skewed towards being higher in women than men. And then the other cause of hip pain that we see particularly in the middle age and older women is other gluteal pathologies or lateral hip pain, sometimes called you know, TRAQ, enteric, besides gluteal, tendinopathy, gluteal tendinitis, it has lots of different names. But that's a burden that definitely disproportionately affects women, over men. And particularly, once women get into that perimenopause, or menopause or post menopausal age group, there seems to be a relationship with with with hormones and with estrogen levels and the likelihood of gluteal tendinopathy becoming symptomatic as women sort of transition through that change. And so that's another really common cause. And we're now starting to be aware that often these women will present with combined hip osteoarthritis and gluteal tendinopathy. And that's where it can get really, really, really tricky as well. So yeah, look, it does. There's different, you know, different things that you see across the lifespan, but the burden is definitely I think, disproportionately higher in women than in men in a number of those conditions. 04:58 Yes, and I am firmly In the last group that you mentioned, I am just getting over, if you will, getting over gluteal tendinopathy, where I have to tell you it that is some serious pain. And, you know, when you're a physical therapist and you have people coming in, and they're explaining their pain to you, and you try and sympathize or empathize now I'm like, it is painful. Like I couldn't walk, I couldn't stand for more than like, four minutes. Yeah, 05:29 at least I've had the same thing. And, and I've been lucky that mine, I was sort of able to get on to it, knowing what it was and what to do fairly quickly. But it's very, and I think this is the thing with hip pain until you've had hip pain, whether it's glute tendinopathy, or intra articular, hip pain, it's really disabling. And it really affects everything you do in life, you can't sit without hurting, you can't walk without it hurting, you can't stand without it hurting, you can't lie on your side, without it hurting, you're getting in and out of the car, getting dressed, you know, trying to put your shoes on, it just affects every aspect of your life. And you know, and the pain can be quite intense and severe. So it does. You know, for people who are affected by hip pain, the burden is huge. And we see it reflected in the studies as well, where if you look at outcome scores for quality of life, young people with things like displays your FAI syndrome, their quality of life scores are as bad as people who have hip arthritis who are waiting for hip replacement. So it does, it's very, when you've got it, it's very, very impactful. And I think people until you've experienced it, perhaps people underestimate how bad it can be. 06:33 Yeah, and it can be really, like you said, it's very, very disabling. And it also can can make you very nervous. So you know, when these patients come in to see you. So as the physio, when these patients come in to see you, it really behooves you to sit and listen and really get that whole story so that you can make that differential diagnosis as best you can, if you don't have the diagnostic test to back it up, which often happens. Yeah, absolutely. 07:01 And I think that's the thing when the patient's present to you, and they're complaining of pain in that hip area, you can't just go to one test or one scan and say, Oh, it's definitely these, it's actually there's lots of pieces of the puzzle puzzle that you've got to put together, it can be really complex, and you absolutely have to listen to the patient. And I think fear, like you just said, is a huge thing. And we've seen this in our some of our qualitative work that's currently under review, but others as well that these patients are terrified to move, or to do exercise because they think it's going to hurt more. And they're really scared that it's going to cause more damage. And, and the irony is that exercise is the thing that we know is like is going to make them better. And once they get moving, they do feel better, but they're so scared to move because they're scared, they're gonna break something or make it worse or end up needing a hip replacement that they they don't they don't move. And it fear is a huge problem, you know, with these people. 07:53 Yeah, I mean, even myself as a physio I knew I needed to exercise, I sort of outsource my physio exercises to a friend of mine, Ellie summers, who's on the, on the west coast here in the United States, and she sent me exercises and even doing them, like it's not super comfortable. But within a month, I felt so much better. And now, you know, I'm back to running on the treadmill and doing all the things. But oftentimes, these patients and I may be wrong, but they're not sort of picking up on this within the first month of pain, you know, they might say, Oh, um, it'll go away. Let me give it another couple of weeks and have a couple of weeks. Whereas I was like, Okay, this is really painful. I'm getting to a doctor asap and starting these exercises ASAP. So what have you seen, even through the literature about when patients start to seek out care for this? And how can that affect their outcomes? 08:52 I think it's one of the things with hip pain that patients often will just leave it and they'll wait and see. And so we do know that in the younger age group, like if you think about FAI syndrome, for example, people will often not present for two or three years, they will pull up with the pain because it kind of comes and goes so they'll have a flare up, they'll be bad for a few weeks, it'll go away for a few weeks and have another flare up. And so because it's coming and going, they, I guess remain optimistic. It's human nature to be optimistic that it's going to get better by itself. And so it can often be a couple of years. We see this in the literature, you know, two or three years, but I see that in my clinical practice. And I'm sure you do, too, Karen, that patients, they'll come to you and they'll say, oh look, I've had this for two or three years, I was waiting for it to go away and now it's you know, suddenly getting worse and that's when they seek out care. And I think too, you know if we think coming back to what we were talking about with women is that these problems affect women who are really busy so they are often have busy careers. They're looking after families often, they they might be studying as well. They're juggling lots of things. So for them to try and fit in the medical care or, you know, physio care or whatever they need. It's really hard for them to find to make the time to do that. And I think that that's probably why they potentially delay seeking, seeking treatment as well. 10:12 Yeah, so many factors go into it. But bottom line is it hurts. Now, how let's talk about the physio side of things. So how can PTS design and conduct an evidence based treatment program? For, we'll say, for adults with hip pain? Yep. 10:31 So I think we probably the first thing is to set really good expectations for the patient. So often patients will come potentially looking for the quick fix. And so I think it's important that right up front, we say to our patients, that it does take a while for things to work, you should be starting to improve over that time, but they need to be committed to an exercise program that we know needs to be now at least three months long. So I think both the therapist and the patient need to be prepared for that longer term commitment as well. So I think that's the first thing is setting expectations, right. And then around those expectations, it's also really important that patients understand that exercise is good for them and is not going to cause damage. So you're really trying to get the confident to be able to exercise part of that is an understanding that it will like you just said like when you did your exercises, it's not super comfortable. But that's okay, they need to they don't want to be in a lot of pain, but they will probably have some pain and that that's actually okay and normal to have that. And it doesn't mean that they're causing more damage. That's just a normal part of the body adapting to the exercise process. Sometimes I find with patients to you in order to convince them of that, because sometimes they're a bit skeptical, they don't quite believe you that they give you know, they will do exercises for a week, just look, just have a week off the exercise and see what happens to your pain. And what they find is pain is no better when they're not exercising. But sometimes it's worse, it's usually worse or the same. And so then they're like, Oh yeah, now I understand the exercises and actually making my pain any worse. And so sometimes you might need to do that to get them to buy in. So I think getting them to buy into the timeframe the commitment that they're going to need to do and the fact that they will have a bit of pain, that's probably the biggest thing, then once you've done that, then you can start to develop your exercise program and the foundations of our exercise program. I like to think of it as being sort of two pronged. So the first one is the local exercise that we're doing for the hip joints. So that's where we do a lot of our strengthening exercises. So strengthening up the muscles around the hip. So the hip abductors, and the adductors flexes in the extensors. But then also really focusing on the core and the trunk is important because that controls the acetabulum, which controls the socket. So putting that in and then you know functional exercises as well. So teaching them how to do things like squats and lunges and going up and down stair. So our local rehab exercises should have primarily a strength focus, they might also need to have a range of motion focus as well. But we need to be careful with ranges of motion because sometimes those ranges of motion might be provocative for patients. So going into a lot of rotation or a lot of flexion could provoke pain. So strength is probably our big biggest focus. But then the second prong of our rehab program should be around general fitness in general activity. So you know, we know that the physical activity guidelines say that everybody should be doing 150 minutes of moderate activity a week or 75 minutes of vigorous activity, then that's just to be a healthy person, regardless of whether you've got a sore hip or not. So I think trying to get them to do general fitness, cardio, whatever you want to call it alongside their hip specific rehab is, is the thing that you need to do. And then what I try and do is I try and make that hip specific rehab, sort of normalize it as fitness training, rather than rehab. Because people get, they're going to be like, don't want to do rehab, everyone gets bored of rehab, you know, at home with your little bands. So trying to get them to do things like you know, incorporated as part of their twice a week strength training, where they go to the gym, for example, is really important. And with any strengthening program, you only need to do it two or three times a week to be effective. So people don't have to do it every day. So I think that's important too to for them to know, they'll get they'll have days off where they don't have to do it. But to find two or three days a week where they can commit to this the strengthening component of the program, the cardio fitness component of their program can fit in around their schedule. And something that I really like to do with patients is to sit down and actually look at their weekly schedule and help them schedule it into their diary. So don't just say to them, you go do this, you know, five times a week, you actually have to fight help them find those chunks of time where they can do it and they can find 30 minutes in their day to be able to commit to that exercise program. 14:50 Yeah, I really love that you said to emphasize that the strength thing has to be done two to three times a week, because oftentimes Well, I mean, I'm in New York City where you have a lot of is like very driven, sort of type A folks. And they think if you're not doing it every day, then it's not working. Yeah, you know, so to be able to reframe that for them and say, Hey, listen two to three times a week is what our goal is, and be very forceful on almost holding them back. Do you have any tips on how to hold people back? For those folks? Who are the overachievers? 15:26 It's hard. Yeah, it's really tricky, isn't it? I think sometimes I think people have to learn for themselves. So you kind of have to let them find out the hard way, maybe, and be prepared with some painkillers to settle things down. But ideally, you don't want to do that, if you can help it, I think, I find that presenting the evidence can be really, really helpful. So you know, talking about the strengthening guidelines that that show that two to three times a week is where you're going to get the maximum effect of strength. And if you do more than that, it's not going to really add to that you'll have already sort of hit that ceiling, and potentially give them something different to do on those other days, if you don't want them doing strength training two to three times a week. If there's someone who wants to do something every day, helping them find other things on those other days, so perhaps, you know, mixing it up with some cycling, walking or jogging, if they are able to do that some swimming, you know, sometimes, you know, it might be appropriate or safe for these patients, if they enjoy things like yoga or pilates, they can do that if it if it doesn't hurt in addition to their other things. So I think those type A personalities, you might need to fill the space on those other days. Give me something else to do. 16:33 Yeah, I think that's great advice. And now, sometimes, as physiotherapist we have to refer out. So when is it appropriate to refer out or to use other treatments such as surgery? How do we navigate that as a physio? 16:50 It's tricky. And I think the most important thing is that that has to be a shared decision that we make with our patients. And at the end of the day, they will have their beliefs and their priorities that will probably take them in certain directions. Having that three month rule is a good rule, I think that we know it's probably going to take three months for our rehabilitation programs to reach their full effect. But but it doesn't mean to say you keep doing things for three months, if you're not getting any improvement, we really want to see them starting to head in the right direction, probably within around about four weeks. Within, you know, two or three treatments, you should be starting to see some change even though we know it's gonna take longer than that to get the full effect. I think that if you're not seeing change within that first month or so, you have to start asking yourself questions about well, why why why aren't I getting changed? Do I need to look at this and red flags here? Do I need to potentially refer the patient to their GP? For some imaging, we know that, you know, people have a history of cancer, that breast cancer and the gynecological cancers and prostate cancer really caught the hip joint is a really common point from you know, where the cancer metastasizes. So, I think bearing in mind our red flags, you know, women with guide other gynecologic non cancer, but other gynecological issues, you often get pain in that same area. So, being open minded about some of the non musculoskeletal causes of pain and being prepared to refer on if someone's not improving in that time is important. Imaging, you know, we don't want to jump to imaging straightaway, it's not always necessary, but it is sometimes it is necessary. And I think don't be frightened to refer for imaging. If someone's not improving. The one thing that I and it's different in every country and our health systems are all different. But here in Australia as physios, we can refer for imaging, but I if I'm if I'm suspicious that there's a red flag, that's a medical thing that's outside my scope of practice, I will refer them to the GP for the GP to refer for imaging. And the reason for that is I if you refer for imaging, you need to be able and confident to tell the patient the results of their imaging and interpret them and then refer them on for appropriate care now, for those medical things. I think as physios that's way outside our scope of practice and we shouldn't be you know, if the scan comes back with cancer, like we can't that's way outside our scope and we shouldn't be having to to explain those results to patients, I think only refer for imaging yourself with your confidence of what you'll be able to interpret those findings. So don't be afraid to refer to the doctor. Some patients often need pain relief as well or anti inflammatory. So that's, you know, if you're not getting improvements in that four weeks, you may need to refer them to the doctor to get pain relief or anti inflammatory medication. Things like injectables again, we don't want to inject give people lots of injections but we know that the hip joint is often sign up at green flame. So you know a judiciously used cortisone injection can be helpful in in some cases. So I think it's been not afraid to refer on you know, when you just turn the video off, when you need when you need to, to, you know to those other things and then surgery is probably your last resort, but There are a small number of people who will potentially need surgery as well. So, but you wouldn't actually be looking at surgery until you really finish this full three months of rehab. 20:09 Yeah, that all makes perfect sense. And now as we kind of start to wrap things up, where there, is there anything that you know, we didn't cover, that you would really like the listeners to know, or to take away, whether that's from the literature or from your experience when it comes to hips? 20:31 Yeah, I think, look, I think we've covered most things. But I think what it is, is just being really confident to prescribe a good quality exercise program. And if you don't feel like you have the knowledge or skills to do that, don't be scared to either refer to a colleague who who might have more knowledge or skills, or to, you know, to look up the evidence with, you know, that the evidence is has really grown in the last couple of years. And we published a consensus paper in V jsme, 2020. That was a consensus paper on what physio treatment for hip pain in young and middle aged adults would be. So that's a really good resource, it's got some some good examples in that paper of the types of exercise that you should be doing. And then my colleague from the US might Raman also lead a consensus paper in that same series on the diagnosis and classification of hip pain. So that's another really good resource that you can go to that will help you clarify the different diagnosis in the hip and what what what sort of things you can do to confirm your clinical suspicion and your diagnosis. 21:34 Perfect. And now, you will also be speaking at the fourth World Congress of sports, physical therapy in Denmark, which is August 26th, to the 27th, you're doing to sort of 15 minute 15 minute talks repeated twice. So one talk repeated twice. On the second day of the conference, can you let the listeners know a little bit more about that. And if you have any sneak peak that you want to share? 22:04 Yeah, so I'm going to be doing that talk in combination with a with a great colleague of mine, a Danish colleague, Julie Jacobson. And so we're going to be talking about hip pain in women specifically. So looking at the common causes of hip pain in women and as as physios, or physical therapists, what we should be doing to manage to manage that, because it's a congress of sports, physio, or sports, physical therapy. It'll be slanted probably towards the younger, more athletic population. But I think there'll be some really great takeaways for anyone treating women in particular with hip pain. So we're going to be really, I think, trying to focus on what it is about women with hip pain that's unique and different to men, and really helping the therapist develop a rehab program that really targets the things that are important for women. So the impairments that women have the physical impairments, but also really targeting some of those, you know, we've got to think about the biopsychosocial model. So some of the psychological challenges that people with hip pain have that we've sort of touched on in terms of being fearful to move, but then the social challenges too, because we know that we do live in a gendered environment. And it's no different for women with hip pain, where they might face additional barriers to, you know, in this the way society is constructed to be able to access the best care. So it's also helping helping the clinician really become an help patients navigate some of those challenges as well. 23:27 I look forward to it. It sounds great. Now are what is there anything that you're looking forward to at the conference in Denmark? Have you looked through the program? Are there talks that you're looking forward to? 23:40 I look, there's there's going to be so many great talks there. Like it's such a I can't believe how many how much they've packed into two days, like for two day program, I'm actually really excited. by so many of the different tools, I think the thing I'm most excited about is after two years, it'll be nearly three years by then that we've actually been able to see each other face to face, just to have the opportunity to catch up face to face with so many great colleagues that I've worked with before, but also meet new colleagues as well, and have the chance to travel to beautiful Denmark. You know, I haven't been to the conference venue, but it looks amazing being on the coast. In summer, it's going to be beautiful. I know the conference Organizing Committee has got a great social program as well organized and the Danish conference dinners are always a highlight, I think of any program. So I'm really excited about that as well. Yeah, I just I just can't wait. 24:31 Yeah, it's it. You have the same answer that so far everyone has said as they just can't wait to be in person and to network and to hang out with people and to meet new people. So you're right along with everyone else that I think a lot of the other speakers that are going to the conference, and now where can people find you if they have questions, they want to see more of your research, where can they go? 24:55 So, um, so I'm on Twitter, so my Twitter account is at Joanne L. him. So L is my middle initial. And you're welcome to send me a message via Twitter. But you can also contact me via email. So my email address is the letter firstname.lastname@example.org. And then our sports medicine allotropes sports and exercise Medicine Research Center has a has a webpage and a blog page where a lot of our research is highlighted there as well. So if you just Google up Latrobe, Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Center, that's the first thing that will pop up as well. And we have a lot of, you know, a lot of really good information. We've got a really our Research Center has a really strong knowledge translation arm and so a lot of my colleagues, which credit to all my colleagues who work in this space, have developed a lot of really great resources to infographics, videos of exercises, lots and lots of different things that can be found on our on our research, our centers, webpage and blog page as well. So lots of good resources there. 25:57 Excellent. And we'll have links to all of that in the show notes for this episode at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com. So one click will take you to all of the resources that that Joe just mentioned. And last question that I ask everyone is knowing where you are now in your life and in your career? What advice would you give to your younger self? So maybe straight out of physio I pick pick a year, any year you'd like? 26:22 It's great question. And it's funny because I was actually talking to my son's girlfriend the other night, who's at university, and she's finding it stressful and hard. And I actually shared with her something that I'm not afraid to share that I actually nearly failed my first year of university, because I was too busy enjoying the social aspect of uni life. And I think what I would say to my young, and that stressed me out and really upset me at the time. And I think what I would say to my younger self is if you don't get it right the first time. And if it takes you a little while to find your space, that that's actually okay, because it's about the long journey, and you'll get there eventually. And so if you hit hurdles and bumps and you don't, you're not always successful every time, it actually doesn't matter. Because as long as you keep on trying, you'll you'll get there in the end. So don't don't stress about failure. It's about what you learn from that failure and how you adapt and change what you do. 27:12 What excellent advice. Thank you so much. And thank you for coming on to the podcast. This was great. And I think the audience now has a better idea of what to do with their patients when they have hip pain. And if they don't, they can head over to Latrobe, they can go over to the website and get a lot of great resources from from you all and also look up a lot of your research. And if we can also put your Research Gate. Yeah, we can put that up in the show notes as well if that's okay, so that way people can kind of get a one stop shop on all of your research because it's extensive. So we'll have that up there as well. Thanks, Karen. Thank you so much. And everyone. Thanks so much for tuning in listening and we hope to see you in August in Denmark at the fourth World Congress Sports Physical Therapy again, that's August 26 and 27th. If you haven't registered, I highly suggest you get on it and hopefully we'll be able to see you in Denmark. So I look forward to seeing you then. And everyone have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.
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Often in the media, Rennie supports individuals and business owners to create work as a choice, instead of a requirement, just as he did for himself. Complete Financial Choice® As a highly rated instructor at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), Rennie uses his award-winning, #1 best-selling book, Wealth on Any Income, to teach the effective money skills from both the emotional and psychological aspects, as well as the practical components. His book has been translated into eight languages. Stay tuned and listen to Rennie Gabriel and his knowledge of the secrets of being wealthy. [0:00 - 06:53] Opening Segment Rennie Gabriel is the author of the best-selling book Wealth on any Income. It's been translated into eight languages, just as a Fun Fact: He failed high school Math and was broke at age 50, and is now a multimillionaire He considers himself an execution master, and he works side by side with people he calls visionaries. Rennie realizes that most of his success happens when he does it with other people and failures come when does it alone. [06:53 - 13:13] How to Handle Money Powerfully: The Foundations Doing an income and expense report: How Rennie was taught to help other people by maintaining or enhancing their wealth, but not how to do the day-to-day items regarding money. He discovered this and shared it in his book, He now has enough, Rennie says that if he can continue to donate to charity the happier he can become. Setting aside 10% of your income for Emergency. This is his challenge to most people. [13:14 - 16:34] Closing Segment Reach out to RennieSee links below Final words Tweetable Quotes “If I look back at my situation where at one point I had to actually, collect soda bottles and cans to get the refund money, to buy food for my family. When I look at the tens of thousands of dollars a month of income now, and I'm living on maybe 40, 50% of that, I've got enough. If I can continue to donate to charity. The thousands of dollars that we donate. I mean, granted, it could be more, but it's enough. “ - Rennie Gabriel “The more money I can donate to charity. The happier I am”- Rennie Gabriel ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Rennie Gabriel. Visit the following websites:renniegabriel.com Wealthonanyincome.com Resources Mentioned:Wealth on any Income The Richest Man in Babylon Connect with me: Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → email@example.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:24] Sam Wilson: Rennie Gabriel is the author of the best-selling book wealth on any income. It's been translated into eight languages, just as a fun fact, he failed high school. Math was broke at age 50 and is a multimillionaire by the age of 58 Rennie. I am looking forward to jumping into today's episode and learning about you and your story. [00:00:55] Sam Wilson: Welcome to the show. [00:00:56] Rennie Gabriel: Thank you, Sam. My pleasure to [00:00:58] Sam Wilson: be here. Pleasure's mine. Three questions. I ask every guest who comes to the show in 90 seconds or less. Where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there. [00:01:06] Rennie Gabriel: Where I started, I've always been an entrepreneur. And I guess I could say in terms of real estate started pretty much at 50, after two divorces and the business failure, that's the reason I was broke. [00:01:17] Rennie Gabriel: And where am I now? Don't have to work for a living because of the rental income from the properties we have. [00:01:23] Sam Wilson: That is fascinating. I'm looking forward. Looking forward to this always been an entrepreneur. You said two divorces and a business failure. Can you tell us what were some lessons you learned in that business failure? [00:01:38] Rennie Gabriel: Biggest lesson is that when I have partners, I have success. And when I do things on my own it's mediocre or a failure. [00:01:47] Sam Wilson: Okay. Break that down for us. Cause one of the things even though we talked about here off air was that building wealth is a team sport. So can you talk to us about that? [00:01:57] Rennie Gabriel: Absolutely. So I had a pension administration company in the 1980s. [00:02:03] Rennie Gabriel: I had two partners. We sold it off to a public company. I had a lot of money at the time and that was the first time I could choose to work or choose not to work. Then I got divorced, so I kind of ate that up. I had an art gallery business that failed and I was the solo person involved in that art gallery business. [00:02:24] Rennie Gabriel: In the real estate business. When I started at age 50, I had my wife as a partner and a realtor and the three of us, Worked together. And what I recognized, at age 50 and looking backwards, the successes who are when I had partners and didn't do it alone. And the failures were when I tried to do things by myself. [00:02:46] Rennie Gabriel: And then I decided to be an angel investor and really saw the value of partnership from this standpoint. Oh, Sam, you know who Warren buffet is, right? I've heard the name. Yeah. And probably also know who Charlie Munger is. Do you I've heard the name. Okay. But most people, when I ask that question, they don't know who Charlie Munger is, but he's half of Berkshire Hathaway. [00:03:11] Rennie Gabriel: Right. And you go Steve jobs and Steve Wosniak you go to Elon Musk, Elon admits he knows nothing about building cars or rocket ships. But he has execution masters. Elon is a visionary Warren buffett's a visionary. Steve jobs is a visionary and what they have in their business organizations are people who can execute on those visions. [00:03:35] Rennie Gabriel: In the real estate business, we had a realtor who was a visionary. And I was the execution master. I had taken a class at UCLA on how to manage apartment buildings 14 years earlier. So I took care of the tenants. I, oh, I met the plumber at the job site, or I met the painter at the job site and he found the properties. [00:03:56] Rennie Gabriel: We bought the properties by X, but I executed on keeping tenants, happy renting showing units. [00:04:03] Sam Wilson: Now is that what you guys did? You went into the multifamily space and that was what really set you up to financial [00:04:09] Rennie Gabriel: independence? Yes. As a matter of fact, when I met my wife she, and this realtor had three rental houses and I said, Well, I actually have a bias against rental houses. [00:04:21] Rennie Gabriel: I think we should buy a multi-units and now again, I was broken 50, but what I did was I took a principal that's 5,000 years old and I paid myself first and I was making 5,000 a month. I set aside $500 a month. And in three years I saved up a whopping $18,000. Right. And that's what was used to be a partner in the first property we bought, which was a triplex. [00:04:50] Sam Wilson: Got it. Oh, that's wow. That's a long, I mean, saving $500 a month for three years in order to accrue 18,000 in investible, capital is a, that's a lot of plans. [00:05:02] Rennie Gabriel: Yeah. Yeah. Well, I was looking at the future from the standpoint of, oh my gosh, I'm flat broke. Like I said, two divorces in business failure at age 65, 15 years from then, am I going to be eating cat food or am I going to eating tuna? [00:05:17] Rennie Gabriel: And it was out of that desperation I said. I've got to make this work. And this principle has worked for 5,000 years. It's going to work when you and I are dust. I got to get serious. [00:05:29] Sam Wilson: Right. No, I liked that, that they do put tuna and cat foods. So you could have it both ways if you go to the shop or pet shop. [00:05:39] Rennie Gabriel: Yeah But I don't know if it's the quality tuna. [00:05:42] Sam Wilson: Just want to throw that out there that may, maybe that you might have a dietary meet in the middle, if you really wanted to that. That's really cool At what point in time did you really start to see success though? I mean, 18,000 bucks, three years in you get your first triplex [00:05:56] Sam Wilson: when did you finally know man, we're on the pay dirt and I got the traction going that I've, I've been working so hard for, [00:06:02] Rennie Gabriel: I'd say in another couple of years, what I could see as this property was increasing in value because we were able to remodel it. Now I put physical labor into it. [00:06:11] Rennie Gabriel: We'd re rented it. We increased the rents and with multiunit properties. The value is a multiplier of the gross rents. Right. Really simple. And so I could see my gosh, this is working. I borrowed money to make down payments with my wife and the realtor. And we went from that first three in a purchase within five years, we added another 47 units. [00:06:36] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. And that was enough to really set you up for success. Is that what your book is about wealth on any income? Can you kinda give us kind of the backstory on the book and the principles that we may learn in that? [00:06:48] Rennie Gabriel: The backstory on the book has nothing to do with how I made all this money in real estate. [00:06:53] Rennie Gabriel: It's the foundational concepts of handling money powerfully. The first third of the book deals with the emotional stuff. That's in the way of people actually taking action. And okay. Sam, let me ask you a question. Let me put you on the spot here [00:07:08] Sam Wilson: Sure. [00:07:09] Rennie Gabriel: Do you know anyone who is obese? Yup. Okay. Let me ask you, do you know what the two primary things are for someone to lose weight? [00:07:18] Sam Wilson: Well, [00:07:19] Sam Wilson: 80% of his diet, 20% of its [00:07:20] Sam Wilson: exercise. Okay, fine. So if they move and they change their eating, they can lose weight for sure. Do you think there's an obese person who doesn't know that. [00:07:31] Sam Wilson: Nope. I think people maybe don't I think it will get it. Flip-flop I think it's 80% exercise, 20% diet. [00:07:36] Sam Wilson: But outside of that, no, [00:07:38] Rennie Gabriel: okay so I [00:07:39] Sam Wilson: know the two ingredients, they just mailed the mixtures wrong. [00:07:42] Rennie Gabriel: Yeah. So they know the two ingredients and the knowledge is the booby prize. Right because there's emotional stuff. That's in the way of them taking any action, whether it's reducing what they eat or moving. Right. [00:07:54] Rennie Gabriel: And so the first third of the book has to deal with getting that emotional stuff out of the way, dealing with the messages. Someone may have been taught as a child, determining what they want out of life and that they can have it. And then I can, the latter two thirds are the tips and techniques of handling money powerfully. [00:08:11] Rennie Gabriel: we talked about my being broke. I was also certified as a financial planner. Okay, but did not know the basic foundations of handling money, how to do an income and expense report. What to look for in a balance sheet for personal wealth, I was taught how to help other people maintain or enhance their wealth. [00:08:33] Rennie Gabriel: Right. But not how to create a personally, not how to do the day-to-day items regarding money. And that's what I discovered. And that's what I have in the book, because. You probably have people in your sphere that make a lot of money and burn right through it. Yep. And I was the same way. I thought if I just made more money, things would work out and up until 50, I would make more and more money and have nothing to show for. [00:09:02] Rennie Gabriel: I lack the foundation. I mean, I literally went 6,500 a year as a school teacher to $102,000 in sales per year. And I went from a hundred dollars a month short as a school teacher to $2,000 a month, short earning over a hundred grand. [00:09:23] Sam Wilson: Right. So you were, it doesn't matter how much money you make. [00:09:26] Sam Wilson: You were still losing money on a month, over [00:09:28] Sam Wilson: month basis. [00:09:29] Rennie Gabriel: Exactly. And so I had to turn that around again, that's a part of the process at age 50, paying myself first, making sure that how much money came in, we were able to set aside reserves. I took care of the financials because I finally learned what to do. [00:09:46] Rennie Gabriel: Right. And that's why. Eight years later, I could choose to work or choose not to work. [00:09:51] Sam Wilson: I love that wealth on any income is the name of the book. If we want to get in touch with you or not get in touch with you, but if we want to actually find that book, where can we buy that? [00:09:59] Rennie Gabriel: The best place is my website wealth on any income.com, because that way I can donate a hundred percent of the price of the book to charity. [00:10:10] Rennie Gabriel: If they get it from Amazon, I get like a buck big deal. [00:10:13] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Yeah. And I think that's a cool point to make is that because you don't need the proceeds from these books, sales, you're able to donate a hundred percent of that profit to animal. And what'd you say animals and veterans [00:10:24] Rennie Gabriel: veteran charities correctly now. [00:10:26] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. That is really cool. What's a challenge, I guess, since you've, you've been able to achieve financial independence, but what's a challenge you find right now that you're trying to overcome. [00:10:37] Rennie Gabriel: being able to let go, my kids are talking about, Hey dad, when you pass away, we don't want these properties. [00:10:44] Rennie Gabriel: We're not going to take care of these properties. And you ought to have a management company in place because you're going to get old, you're going to die and what's going to happen. And so I started interviewing management companies and the difficulty is. I've run the properties I've met. [00:11:00] Rennie Gabriel: It's a property that was taken care of the tenants through this entire pandemic. 100% of my tenants have paid 100% of their rent and only one of them needed assistance from the government program. Wow. I don't know of a management company. I don't know of another landlord that can talk about [00:11:21] Rennie Gabriel: that [00:11:22] Rennie Gabriel: And when I started interviewing management companies, my assistant said, you know, Rennie, I've been looking for an apartment and one of the companies you interviewed had eight properties I had applied for or gone to see, and they don't get back to. [00:11:40] Rennie Gabriel: I mean, the person who showed me the property said, if I want to turn in an application, I got to call the management company. I call the management company it's two days later before they even get back to me. Jeez. So guess what? They're they, it all looked good when I interviewed them, but with the experience of my own assistant, I could see, they can't do the kind of job I can do. [00:12:05] Rennie Gabriel: So what's going to happen is I'm going to tell the kids when I dropped dead, sell the properties, you've got to step up in basis. Have a good time, [00:12:13] Sam Wilson: right? Yeah. Looks like you guys just to find a good realtor and call it a day. Yeah. Wow. That's it. And so I guess out in the spirit of that question, are you still acquiring assets or is what you have right now? [00:12:25] Sam Wilson: The bread basket. He said, Hey, this is what I've got for the duration. And I'm done. Where are you in your inbox? [00:12:30] Sam Wilson: I'm done. I've got enough. We've got more money coming in. Then we need to live on. We're able to set a lot of money aside anyway, so that, yeah, I've ha I have enough. [00:12:42] Sam Wilson: I'm done. [00:12:43] Sam Wilson: Talk to us about that. Cause for most people enough, there is never enough. How did you figure that out? [00:12:50] Rennie Gabriel: Well, I talked about having been broke. If I look back at my situation where at one point I had to actually collect soda bottles and cans to get the refund money, to buy food for my family. [00:13:02] Rennie Gabriel: When I look at the tens of thousands of dollars a month of income now, and I'm living on maybe 40, 50% of that, I've got enough. If I can continue to donate to charity. The thousands of dollars that we donate. I mean, granted, it could be more, but it's enough. [00:13:21] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. So it sounds like you've achieved financial and time and independence. [00:13:26] Sam Wilson: And your main motivation is that you want to devote or donate to charity and to put it where you want be. [00:13:34] Rennie Gabriel: That's it. It's the more money I can donate to charity. The happier I am. You do [00:13:38] Sam Wilson: talk to a lot of people, I'm sure, because of the book about finances, what are some of the, what are some of the repetitive conversations you feel like that you have that you just go, this is something I think everybody needs to hear. [00:13:52] Sam Wilson: Maybe save you the time of having that conversation all over again [00:13:55] Rennie Gabriel: it would be such a simple formula. if someone just lives on 80% of the money that's coming in, they set 10% aside for when things go wrong, the car breaks down, they need registration expenses back to school, clothing for the kids, whatever I've found for hundreds and hundreds of people. [00:14:13] Rennie Gabriel: It's an average of 10%. Sometimes it's 15 and the 10% they keep for the rest of their life. It comes from the book, the richest man in Babylon from a hundred years ago. Right. That formula 80 10, 10 will help anyone handle money powerfully. [00:14:31] Sam Wilson: yeah. liked that book. That's a good idea. [00:14:34] Sam Wilson: Very wise and easy, certain read. Are there any other resources you would direct our listeners to? I mean, because this is a topic that people talk about a lot. They go, it's at the front of most people's minds. Are there other resources you direct people to, that you feel like would be a value. [00:14:49] Sam Wilson: [00:14:49] Sam Wilson: Yeah, actually they, I've got a nine step roadmap on my website and they can hear my Ted talk as well. and this nine step roadmap comes with 27 pages of explanation on how I went step-by-step from broke to philanthropic. [00:15:07] Sam Wilson: That's cool. Awesome. And we can find that there on your website wealth on any income.com, [00:15:13] Sam Wilson: correct. [00:15:13] Sam Wilson: And then just put forward slash TEDx. And they'll see the roadmap and can hear the Ted talk, man. [00:15:19] Sam Wilson: That's fantastic. Rennie, are there any other closing thoughts you have here for our listeners today, as it pertains to how you've achieved financial independence investing in real estate, living on wealth on any income, anything else you'd like to share with the listeners before we close out? [00:15:33] Rennie Gabriel: Just a reminder that wealth creation is a team sport, not a solo sport [00:15:38] Sam Wilson: I love it. Rennie, thank you so much for your time today. Again, we can find you on wealth and income.com. Appreciate you coming on the show today and look we're connecting [00:15:46] Rennie Gabriel: soon. Thank you, Sam. My pleasure. Thank you so much.
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