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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

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05:25 min | 4 d ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"The one here. And we have paul huber talking about complacency. What a word. What word when you hear that word. How does it make you feel being complacent. I have a coat of my own called was called the quote the quote that i put together myself. I don't know but it's to settle is bittersweet comfort in every time i say that phrase that little quote that i made it does something to me. -cause magnus settle. I'm comfortable but i'm not really completely happy so i think that's a saving coming with this word. Complacency and hall is going to give you all his issues and beefs abakan thinking about whole purpose thing and we can give you the blueprint and you can talk about resurrecting you ambition so check it out. It's it's gonna be very interesting for you. All right take care. They didn't gentlemen boys and girls. We are back with another one it is. Brian is here with the authority project. And i have my new good friend here. Paul huber who was here to help us. He says he's going to help. Us keel complacency. Is that right paul. I sure hope. So our mission right now i love it. I love it. Well we shall see what it can do for us today. Current episode of the authority project. All.

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

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03:06 min | Last month

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Are i realized given boys and girls. We are back with another episode of the authority projects. In i imperial minute friend. Sarah saint john here. she is here. she says to help us build a business on a bootstrap budget. Is that right. Sarah that is right. Well we shall. We shall see on this current episode of the authority project. All right ladies and gentlemen boys and girls feast your eyes. M tune your ears. It's that time again. We are live with another episode of the.

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

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02:18 min | 3 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

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What is a Golden Toilet Website and Could you Possibly have One with Steve Brown

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04:57 min | 4 months ago

What is a Golden Toilet Website and Could you Possibly have One with Steve Brown

"What is a toilet site. And why i i mean. Everyone is listening rather listening in watching. It may have one of course. So some brian. I you know in the years that i've done this. I would have all these business owners come in today and say steve. I think we need help with our website. We need to redo our website. We need to show. I think we need show on social media. And and then i. I think we got to show up at the top of a search somewhere. Though what i realized was what they're really saying is look steve. My customers are expecting me to have a good online platform. I see a competitor's other brands really killing it and i feel compelled. I need to step up and transition from traditional marketing in the modern market. But i don't know where to start so being an entrepreneur. What's an entrepreneur. they're gonna do it anyway. They're gonna figure it out right and they were using the words. They had to tell me what the subtitle was on that on that foreign film they say website. But what they're really saying. Is i need figure out its platform thing because that's where a world is going but every day when you're called and someone calls and promises you that they can get you at the top of search and they're calling every day and you're seeing social media post your being brainwashed. Are you being framed. June the your perspective and expectations are being framed and one day. Just hit me that. I in a forty five minute conversation. You know when they say you gotta tell someone seven times before they hear what you're saying like what. I have seven minutes here and i can't have time. So how can i reframe their expectations. And so i would go brian. Look your website. Is just the toilet in that boston home of yours. You wouldn't buy home if it didn't have one right but when people come over where do you guys hang out in the kitchen around the fireplace around a patio. Look it's important but it's just one piece in an overall it makes a home and so the most absurd universal iconic somewhat humorous example of reframing your expectation of your website was to call it a golden toilet and it's it's the internal fuel fear that every business owner has is wasting money on something that won't work and you think of golden toilet golden toilet doesn't make flush any better. It doesn't improve the user experience. It's just a waste of money and so that's what we're wanting to avoid as business owners. So let's i want to get into this question. Because i had for the dance list but let me let me get into more d what you're talking about. So tell us the horror stories of holding onto the website. What do you mean by this concept where you're diving into like money. What what are the cost of holding onto that. Tell us about that so that people who who just maybe dive enter into website or people are telling them you know you didn't website. You know what what does that all entailing when we talk about cats. Yeah number. One would expect expectation right if you do ride the here's people are evaluating and judging you based on the information they find out about you. There's a a quote that says people have to buy you first before they buy what you do kate so a lot of people put a lot of focus on that website but the messaging could be all wrong. You remember that time you went and checked out a website and is like this clock's ticking down like a clock. That's that mom that's going to explode if you don't defuse it cape well that's what's going on your brain. Your brains go and brian how much longer we gonna waste here. Let's go don't and you're like no give me a minute. I gotta find it. It's around here somewhere. I know they have finally grain says. No we're out of here. Well you can have a pretty website but if it's A user experience adds frustrating. We've walked away from great websites ruthless without even caring and went to the competitors. Because we couldn't find something got frustrated. That's what's at stake here.

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

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05:32 min | 4 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. We are back with another episode of the authority project. And i have my new friend here. Eleanor masha and she is here. She says to help us become a recognize thought leader. Yeah recognized thought leader in your space in your in your particular field. Is that right illinois. That is a hundred percent accurate. Well we shall see. We shall see what she can do it on. This particular episode is very special episode of the authority project. All right ladies and gentlemen boys and girls feast your eyes and ears. It's that time again. We are live with another episode of the authority project. It's the video. Podcast streamed on facebook. Youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers business coaches and creators of all kinds on how they built authority field. And how you could mimic their success developing authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business now without further ado. Let's bring to the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold back the virtual stage. It is a special time of year. This is job. I wasn't going to mention it but it is it..

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

05:43 min | 4 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Let's get right to it. Tell us first of all i. What is an avatar. Not the movie that the movie right is people who do not know what that is. First of all assure. Okay so these way to explain that an avatar is essentially the these sort of customer that you want to sell to in the most basic sense right <hes>. What i'm going to be talking about today is essentially you creating that and i know there's probably many of you <hes>. Listeners out there. That are like okay. Yeah i've heard about this. You know or maybe you think you even created one. But i wanna challenge you to revisit it because there are two big problems. I normally see the first being that when it comes to an avatar <hes>. By the way is that noise too. Bothersome pio okay. I just wanna make sure could be low so the first being that you go to shallow so in other words if you are creating your avatar this person that you're selling to and you go to shallow. You might just be saying. Like i wanna talk to everybody. I wanna serve everybody. I want to help everyone in their different nations. And then you can go to deep where you're giving your nehring down search so much that it's not beneficial and it can just be more time consuming than anything so. Let me give you an analogy here. So we're talking about like <hes>. Dating as an example right the primary one too shallow is like i wanna marry or date for <hes>. In this particular circumstance literally anybody anybody who is you know. Eighteen to to to eighty five. I don't care let's go out. That is not beneficial to you. Especially if you're trying to find that one person you'd if that's what you're putting on your dating profile or that's what you're doing when you're walking in the club and you're just like literally anybody who's interested in me in me. Let's go out. It's probably going to work out for might be a bad example to you. Went to there you go right go right ahead yeah <hes>. And then there's the other side to it where it's like it's too deep where you're like. Okay i'm only interested in guys or girls or whatever you know that are thirty to thirty one. And they only shop on whole foods on thursdays and they only drive yellow maserati. Something like that is so specific. That is actually very problematic. Because then you narrow down your search so much that it's just impossible to find somebody that to to serve in that. In that way right there was some benefit to that because you can now think about income level if they're driving new maserati <hes>. Can think that. Hey they shop at whole foods so they might have some some of the same common belief systems. That i have so in. In that regard you did get a little bit into the right brown but it was just too specific if that makes sense. Yeah so the idea that you kinda wanna do this. Like goldilocks method. Where it's not too shallow <unk>. Like you want to okay. There's a there's something going on power washing high windows or something. I don't know. I'm sorry. Everyone i know this is crazy. Police stick with me. It's important to understand that petar. So yes like i said. They both have their pros and cons in their own ways <hes>. What you wanna do. As i mentioned is do that. Kind of goldilocks method. Where it's not too show not too deep and you want to kinda give yourself just the right <hes>. Just the right amount of of a filter. I suppose as far as like who you can serve in how you can do that before i go into that. Brian was there something a question you wanted to ask that. I may be able to answer. In case i wasn't very clear or you couldn't hear me because of the incredible amount of noise that's happening decide. Just what people who maybe. Why is this important. Why why why. Can i just go ahead and just put my offer out there to for all to see. Why is it important for them to have this advertised to be so to be so defined in this way. Sure i'll tell you the first hand. It's because if you say i can serve anybody. You're really serving. Nobody like this mind. That might have been okay for you to do. Ten fifteen years ago online when facebook was barely starting out and all that stuff. Because you know you're like one of the only <hes>. But if you talk about something as simple as like advertising. I think if i remember this correctly it was like twenty sixteen. There was something along the lines of like three point eight million advertisers on facebook. But today in twenty twenty. There's almost nine million advertisers like. It's it's such a large pool and we're all gaining and you know saying. Hey look at me. look at me on. People's news feeds mobile sites. And all that that. If you don't understand who you're speaking to all that money that you're going to be putting towards ads is gonna end up being wasted all that time that you're putting towards organic social media post things like that <hes>. Are being wasted as well. Because you're just not gonna get the sort of engagement what that's likes or comments or click on your link in order to apply for your service or your program. You're just not going to get that because you're not speaking to this one person you

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How to Create the Perfect Avatar to Grow Your Business with Julio Chavez

The Authority Project

05:43 min | 4 months ago

How to Create the Perfect Avatar to Grow Your Business with Julio Chavez

"Let's get right to it. Tell us first of all i. What is an avatar. Not the movie that the movie right is people who do not know what that is. First of all assure. Okay so these way to explain that an avatar is essentially the these sort of customer that you want to sell to in the most basic sense right What i'm going to be talking about today is essentially you creating that and i know there's probably many of you Listeners out there. That are like okay. Yeah i've heard about this. You know or maybe you think you even created one. But i wanna challenge you to revisit it because there are two big problems. I normally see the first being that when it comes to an avatar By the way is that noise too. Bothersome pio okay. I just wanna make sure could be low so the first being that you go to shallow so in other words if you are creating your avatar this person that you're selling to and you go to shallow. You might just be saying. Like i wanna talk to everybody. I wanna serve everybody. I want to help everyone in their different nations. And then you can go to deep where you're giving your nehring down search so much that it's not beneficial and it can just be more time consuming than anything so. Let me give you an analogy here. So we're talking about like Dating as an example right the primary one too shallow is like i wanna marry or date for In this particular circumstance literally anybody anybody who is you know. Eighteen to to to eighty five. I don't care let's go out. That is not beneficial to you. Especially if you're trying to find that one person you'd if that's what you're putting on your dating profile or that's what you're doing when you're walking in the club and you're just like literally anybody who's interested in me in me. Let's go out. It's probably going to work out for might be a bad example to you. Went to there you go right go right ahead yeah And then there's the other side to it where it's like it's too deep where you're like. Okay i'm only interested in guys or girls or whatever you know that are thirty to thirty one. And they only shop on whole foods on thursdays and they only drive yellow maserati. Something like that is so specific. That is actually very problematic. Because then you narrow down your search so much that it's just impossible to find somebody that to to serve in that. In that way right there was some benefit to that because you can now think about income level if they're driving new maserati Can think that. Hey they shop at whole foods so they might have some some of the same common belief systems. That i have so in. In that regard you did get a little bit into the right brown but it was just too specific if that makes sense. Yeah so the idea that you kinda wanna do this. Like goldilocks method. Where it's not too shallow Like you want to okay. There's a there's something going on power washing high windows or something. I don't know. I'm sorry. Everyone i know this is crazy. Police stick with me. It's important to understand that petar. So yes like i said. They both have their pros and cons in their own ways What you wanna do. As i mentioned is do that. Kind of goldilocks method. Where it's not too show not too deep and you want to kinda give yourself just the right Just the right amount of of a filter. I suppose as far as like who you can serve in how you can do that before i go into that. Brian was there something a question you wanted to ask that. I may be able to answer. In case i wasn't very clear or you couldn't hear me because of the incredible amount of noise that's happening decide. Just what people who maybe. Why is this important. Why why why. Can i just go ahead and just put my offer out there to for all to see. Why is it important for them to have this advertised to be so to be so defined in this way. Sure i'll tell you the first hand. It's because if you say i can serve anybody. You're really serving. Nobody like this mind. That might have been okay for you to do. Ten fifteen years ago online when facebook was barely starting out and all that stuff. Because you know you're like one of the only But if you talk about something as simple as like advertising. I think if i remember this correctly it was like twenty sixteen. There was something along the lines of like three point eight million advertisers on facebook. But today in twenty twenty. There's almost nine million advertisers like. It's it's such a large pool and we're all gaining and you know saying. Hey look at me. look at me on. People's news feeds mobile sites. And all that that. If you don't understand who you're speaking to all that money that you're going to be putting towards ads is gonna end up being wasted all that time that you're putting towards organic social media post things like that Are being wasted as well. Because you're just not gonna get the sort of engagement what that's likes or comments or click on your link in order to apply for your service or your program. You're just not going to get that because you're not speaking to this one person you

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"All right ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. We are back with the authority project. And i'm excited. Because we have a new good friend kristy tasker. Who's going to unveil the underground the the dog rather collaboration to success. This is different is unique in. She says she's going to bring it today. Is that right kristie task. Ooh i'm glad to be here today. And this what. I'm here for brian. That's great she'll see you she's gonna do it for us today. Episode the already project aride ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. Feast your eyes in tune your ears. It's that time again. We are live with another episode of the authority project. It's the video. Podcast streamed on facebook. Youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers business coaches and creators of all kinds on how they built authority in their field. And how you could mimic their success developing authority building your audience attracting clients to your own business now without further ado. let's bring to the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold alright. We are back with brian arnold. Here what the authority project. You're the project and we wanna slap with authority to your name so you can sell more of what you agree that in we are here with christy tasker in the virtual building with us today. How're you doing chrissy. thank you so much. We'll have me lawful for this chat with you today all weeks. i'm glad to have the year excited as well. So let's get right to it first of all. Let us let us let the people know about you personally in professionally. Hi i'm chrissie pasqua originally. I'm from singapore. By now. I have moved to. Uk am a property developer. I'm also a distributor for a brand at european furniture in asia. I'm a publisher and many books number one bestselling author books. They really published on amazon. Will white so tells the tell us about this current project. You have here okay. I specialize in co author books. It's a way to get to authorship quakers okay. I have law france previously. Who wants it to be an author but the show of finance they are show of knowledge and do not know how and know who can do it. So i i am by on a cost to learn how to be a publisher at brought everyone together to co share finance and byu books and i promised him we didn. It this there'll be author and what happened and we just published a book published book. That people were remember republished book that become number one bestseller within the day. One of the boat launch so his previous icing and we'd be attracts at the same time where we call it a beautiful journey when you call a with other kin writer is beautiful. Creations is a journey. Come together and now we become a pet and we each other all the time. Which is really. Yeah okay see where he gone. Forget before we get there one last question before we before we get started here. What is your daily routine while you see because i. I'm writing a book now. So every morning set aside one. I'll just to do my book. So i won't turn on my hand phone. I would not turn on. I will have to on my laptop. Because i'm writing the boot on the laptop and debt the very hour i woke up. I dedicate to writing my books. If you have a goal in life you have to set time even when you don't have to you have to do the sacrifice so said the first hour. Just do my writing of the book before. Start my business of the so the nets when they have that one. Our end is turn on my mobile went. I communicate with my staff in singapore. And i start talking to other authors which is in the book collaboration project and plan about marketing and the school and have lunch break with my husband. Obviously okay leave me alone lines you you or sometime in the morning. We will have a one and how to two hours to walk in the woods so getting to the nature is chris to my heart which is also the way to get back to my sanity. I really look forward to working in the woods. I am quite glad that We moved to uk where the parts were removed to across the countryside. So we have a lot of nice area that we can want the dots which is really a give. Yeah that's awesome great okay so we got this. Let's all that together very interesting. So let's dive into this collaboration thing. What do you mean. first of all by this book. Collaborations i mean if you know in the market if you want to publish a book is pretty expensive the publishable unless you're is so good and have a good reputation. The publisher will come to you and offer use that money to to publish a for you. Otherwise you'll have to engage a publisher all celebrate but it actually costs quite a lot of money to publish your own book so by mean. Most of the people do not have the resources. Do not know how to write to not have the finance to finance boots. Who usually is a dream of many but only a few managed to fulfil our one of them. I wanted to be artists. Some eight seven the auto but new way. The equity i think is also one of the way i miss that. There is no way you can be author if you don't have the money if you have the resources and you do not know how so i'm here. The bus and mr is possible if you collaborate with this to come together to share resources share the finance should expertise to come together to to finance. A book is possible. And i do it. Within each within ninety days we become so which is quite cool that so ninety days. Okay so so. Let me pay devil's advocate here about about collaboration. Now so when you collaborations is it like do you feel that a brings the same type of substance as it would be just one person one person author.

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Have personal. Liberty shines brighter than any bang else. Love it. i love. I've never heard like that. Great great stuff. Great stuff jeff. I'm so excited that. Have you have you back here and sharing that with us again in some new stuff yet today. About breaking up to wake up people so wake up Show was now. Please let us know where we can find you after the show where they can connect what you further best way to find everything and anything. They spoke about facebook. Facebook dot com slash jocelyn dot bellows twenty or an made mentioned Quickly on behalf my first book coming out break up to wake up journey beyond the now coming out by the whig by the holidays twenty twenty will be sixteen offers including myself chang personal journeys inver gus two cups around relationship herenton relationship ego alcohol addiction leaving a cult stories from around the world. You'll find more details there. My facebook page and i also producing a series of panel of naturalness. This episode hair started to over twelve. October twelve november seventeen. Today's dates in december and january Also called up to break a panel series will talk intimidate the myself and three guests this panels about the the timelines come must breakup to wake ups. We start and murray can reach directory so again that moment when we decide to transform and then what comes as a result to that transformation i love it. I love the way for the. I'm sure that's can be outstanding. People get to that connect with her She has a great things coming. Obviously you just heard it now Before the twenty twenty. And i'm hoping that you to have the same type of feeling in enjoyment of doing that. We have a couple more months left in his twenty twenty. Let's make the best that you've had so far. I know it's been a crazy crazy year for everybody all over the world really so it's time to push it continued to build its And they will come just going to keep on. Keep on keep added people That's what this is all about and you will soon be thirty in year. Old space A words before out of here today. Jessica you stay on so heavy back here so That is all take care of your body. We'll see you on the next episode of the authority project. And that's a rapper. this episode of the authority projects. Thanks so much for tuning in and if you like what you heard we want to hear from you. Subscribe rate and give an honest review. Jaren tell your friends so they can hear too and for even more authority building. Tactics be shared a sign up at the authority letter dot com get free weekly content and ongoing digital product giveaways to help you on your entrepreneurial journey we certainly hope you got a key takeaway or maybe an aha moment from today's broadcast. Just remember it's your authority. Build it and they will come until next time..

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

07:58 min | 6 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Do you run your way through that. That calm this point right and then then your freedom to move in whatever direction to move to get it done right. I'm models things week. So that's what we're here to help you get over. This is what case here for. I'm excited are you ready to go guys. Are we ready. Are you ready for this now. I ready to do. Can you really help us do today. Yes again all right well. We shall see okay episode of the authority project. All right ladies and gentlemen boys barrels. Feast your eyes in tune your ears. It's that time again. We are live with another episode of the authority project. It's the video. Podcast streamed on facebook. Youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers business coaches and creators of all kinds on how built authority airfield. And how you can mimic developing authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business now without further ado. let's bring to the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold. All right here. It is brian authority project evening edition. I am late today. Eight o'clock four o'clock or less or eight o'clock in the evening in we're in the middle of this because my we have the center of calmness men decay met. The guy became wearing a is here to help us. Yes we are good. We are good. I wish it has some. I wish he has some bitter newcomb music but Hey i'm i'm sure we'll hear natalie here will be all right in a group that works for me. Take calmness vibe that writing there you go so let's get started. You're here to help us help us. I'm getting to the central comets in business but before we get started. Please tell us who you are personally and professionally. Thanks for the introduction bryant. Such pleasure to be here on the authority project and i empty. Kate warner imax. Father of eight children total of ten of us in the family. Then i live in texas. About five years i've lived in the mid west lived in florida a couple of other places but mostly getting it done right so i've had a chance to work at several different. Corporate environments have an mba masters in engineering. So i've been down the educational route two and of course through all those experiences. See my sheriff. Both success and failure that generated a process. That really focused me in this concept of calmness. Okay okay. I was thinking that you need disincentive with hbo children. Oh absolutely had eight of them. I had five of them right all natural born children who stepped right and you can just imagine. I just think if you have one or two kids which is a little bit more common writing and it is a Say jane comes up and ask for something or you take out price. Whatever and then and that donald come in and then you'll spend some time with him. Well wait. Five kids work is that you multiply that by two and a half right. Just a constant stream of blah blah blah blah blah blah. Shift shift chip shift. Yeah so i suppose that is where some of the some of the concepts released the need for these concepts so began awesome awesome Take us into the project that you're currently working right now. Which occurred project. I'm working on a project. Actually that that is launching as a program. The program itself has called stressed to success. And that. but that's really the end. Let's begin at the beginning. Which is a method that i developed to to address the issue with with myself a chronic anxiety. So even though i'm doing all this stuff right. I had an underlying issue of chronic anxiety that that had developed in my own life and i was only two years old. I was in some kind of accident. I can't really explain what what triggered it but there is something about that loss of control. It happened that day in florida on the back of the bike. Where i just it. It triggered a panic scenario. Right now i i know. There's there's there's probably not that many in the audience experiences personally but there's there's several million folks in the us at a minimum that that have some form of anxiety that's like clinical level that something that's treatable by hand. This is big of as attention in my life. And i carry through on the oldest experience talking about alter these educational opportunities as well as in in the corporate environment until in one particular very difficult political scenario at one corporation. I win at a total shutdown. And at that point i had it was it was it was point that i'm sure a lot of a lot of your guests have reached at some point or another way that you simply realize shift must be made right or else or else they. The alternative is so much more negative than than if you don't make that shift and so i began putting the pieces together. I have a little bit of martial arts background. And some other stuff that that i put the. Nra began focusing us some training efforts and really put thousands of hours of training into developing a way to overcome this chronic anxiety. That were nearly would take you know. Therapy prescriptions perhaps a lot of support groups. Things like that to manage anxiety. But i need to do eliminating zayed. Because i i have a lot of aspirations. I want to move forward. I want to be able to give back right and that was one thing. Is that the the sixth seventh and eighth children in my family. Were all adopted. Art at my part of my give back opportunity where we're able to go out into an eastern european orphanage and and and finding that needed a home desperately before they were aged out of the system and moving in adult institutions where they were gonna have a time of surviving and it's my vision to go back and and help other families find children that they can they can help and bring them out of the orphanages a back in the families. But in order to do that i've got a i've got to get some stuff out on my own right in the business world and so that's put all that together and that's where this concept of center of columnist came from gazette through the method that i developed which i called the decay method of anxiety elimination. I found my own personal center calmness as i shared this with a couple of clients. Just one on one. I found that they were able to find their own center of columnists as well. So it was a transferable method not to teach and from there. I started the podcast senator columnist to start a discourse in a conversation in bring multiple solutions. Actually not even including my own but looking at other solutions that are out there for the audience to find ways to reach their own center of columnists and then from there. I began thinking about the the corporate applications. Where i know for sure because i was in those scenarios where you stressed out. You're out of control. You don't quite have the avenues. Are the directions that that would get you to the point of success. Because there's somebody in your way is a political agenda working against your project or any number of different scenarios that exist and are kind of artificially there with inc's or even or even medium sized businesses where not everyone's interests are aligned with the direction of the business right and we'll get into three three components of overcome that but you put all that together and that's where the stress to success program came from because i know there's a lot of folks in corporations that are stressed. I was and the solution. They need a quick solution because they don't have time to go to the himalayan mountains meditate for six months right. I need something right now to get this done in india back to work if you will and get back to being productive and productive but fruitful and successful right where they said that's great stuff that's great staff because i i guess just knowing some of the corporate world is like i.

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The Authority Project

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"And so they have little groups and they will not pay your eighty-five grand. Then you know whatever grade the group gets you get okay but why? Why are they teaching that? Because they're teaching you how to collaborate but they're not teaching you how to create a team win with the team managed team. They're not teaching you that that's for the Big Boys. That's the that that's that's basically hidden knowledge. So think about this for a second think of some of the greatest people in the world in reference to finances when you think of Bill Gates. They're like wow. He's in the top five richest men in the world but guess what if I asked her audience. Who WAS BILL GATES? Business Partner. His teammate half of the people over half would not know who that person was. He's dead it was pilot. No-one talks about Paul Allen he'll Let's say when the richest Man Award again? Let's say Warren Buffett Warren Buffett. Warren Buffett will if you attend a his shareholders meetings once a year to the left. There's another guy his partner. His name is Charlie Charlie has been with him for. I'll know three forty fifty spy side though entire time. Nobody talks about Charlie. You talk about musically wise. You know lemming. I love music so your audience could remember Paul Simon and Garfunkel in. We talked about Paul Simon. No one talks about Garfunkel everyone talks about Mick Jagger known talks about Keith. Richards is always always tim. Your Win Your your success or your winning life is based off not only your talent but the team that you build and manage and maintain think about prints James Brown. You know. Who's who is Fred. Wesley makes your Parker. I can go on and on about this. I love it. That's great stuff man so I just want tag onto that like we have a lot of. Selah preneurs on the on Who listen to this show A lot of coaches who are like just just them just solo so in this searching it. That's one of the go and a team to get get. How do you first of all the importance of having a team? The portions of hang around you to make you better so I in the fifth grade. I was documented with four to five disabilities. And they were going to put me in special led by Blah snus ness and my mom bless her heart. She stood up Issue slammed her hand down. She said no. You will not label my son. She was adamant about that end. She forced me. She forced me in. We struggled all the way through. But what did that it? It actually also forced me to look outside of myself answers so I had a me type my paper. I had somebody else you study. Somebody help me do this. I it was just crazy so I learned that the hard way the importance of team it is everything you have to have a tape and you know what a lot of times right? It's right in front of us but we don't even focus on. Let me give you an example Scooby Doo right like like I could listen it..

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The Authority Project

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one <hes>. Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio <hes>. Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity <hes>. By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I <hes>. Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited <hes>. So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first <hes>. Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all <hes>. Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to <hes>. For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking <hes> born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. <hes> I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad <hes>. End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom <unk>. Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman <hes>. Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues <hes>. Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry <hes> in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here <hes>. From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay <hes>. There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.

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The Authority Project

06:40 min | 6 months ago

Playing to Win With Shawn Harper

"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"All right. Here we are. We are live with Brian McMahon. He is here to show us. He says how to launch and grow start up to unicorn status. Is that what you're here to help us do today? Why not? It's it's a beautiful day in paradise Why not start with building some unicorns, right? All right, let's do it. Let's get it. We're going to page make sure that he does that for us today on this special episode of The Authority project. All right, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls Feast your eyes and turn your ears. If that time again, we are live with another episode of authority project. It's the video podcast dreamed on Facebook YouTube Twitter and Periscope where we talk to digital marketers business coaches and creators of all kinds on how they built Authority in their life and how you can mimic their success developing Authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your.

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The Authority Project

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"All right we are live. We have Marshall Marshall What's going on man has lowered it. It's fantastic. I live in Arizona and it's hundred two degrees outside but. Sixty five in my office. So. As hot as that is in. Just been a crazy crazy year. So. You're here to help us move past disaster is that which here for I am and you've come to the right spot because not just wrote a book on that. Thank you, sir, he is here in. That's what we're doing here on this episode. CRUCIAL EPISODE OF THE AUTHORITY PROJECT Alrighty, Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and Girls Feast your is tune your ears. It's that time. Again, we are live with another episode of the Authority Project. It's the video podcast dream. Don.

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"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

06:58 min | 7 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"All Right Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls Feast Your eyes in tune your ears. If that time again, we are live with another episode of the Authority Project. It's the video podcast streamed on facebook youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers, business coaches, and creators of all kinds on how built authority in their field and how you can mimic their success developing authority building your audience, and attracting better clients to your own business. Now, without further ado, let's bring to the virtual stage your host Brian S. Arnold. All right. We are back when episode of the. Guy In Brian is. In your the project, we want to slap authority to your name. So you can stay more of what you're great at and we are here early today this early for for a for me anyway late for video was good for in here on here on the show. and. I'm very humid and hot right now I told her earlier today. We're GONNA get through this together. For the show but let's get started video I. Have Video Ravi on a couple of got that. Right Janine. If it. Yeah. Robert yes so. She is here to. Help US implement relationship marketing in our facebook ads and white. So important. So I'm excited to could we don't have a lot of people who are FISK ED experts on this show. So we're excited to have her on here. We're going to test out here in figure out what this relationship marketing years before we dive in. Lists. I. Give the audience a little little bit about you Robbie show them who you are telling you are personally and then professionally. Okay. So High Van I'm so bad here on the audience Okay. So my name as. On I specialize in facebook gut strategies. Behalf donate to see I live in India and I have make So. To be. Exempt. Relationship Marketing down ads envelope with ankles. Data's that stop main focus on with specific economy industries that will do not fat just. Dropping stuff so That's our main focus in the industry. So we have. Been I actually hear your action, Alachua okay. That's me. It'll. Okay. So we have established without heavy in both That's yet even though I. AM great faded affect methods be established authority Major League through again, I. Don't obey traffic. So I lost like a hundred thousand of my. Coming from Amana Classic so That's. Okay. So tell so your personal, you didn't say anything about yourself personally. Yeah, the damage staff. Within this business any levels? Lake. Okay. So I was engineer I would job I wanted to with my job when I had my child. I was going back because I had underpaid on his debts I'm. So I just one day something happened my whole. I will be actually you. We need the booth on this money in order to keep S. Paid by just give me three months wondered I something online I want to stay with the Good I. Don't want to give the speed it up by noticed some illegal. So and he said like, that's okay. You can go anti one, eighty one is okay When it's Because we've just bought home on behind hormones so. It's I. Didn't win only manage, but he said slow. Kind of baby. But it so. He didn't finish I will do convincing him. He just he just mood nearly month if it doesn't go back door as. I. I would make this look on comic by aid. But, he disliked if you doesn't look in payments Dates but. because. He would never come on cloud if you're not show about something. So if you read. It was within dawn I indicates jumping. After coming online on High Antonio Independent Marketing at that point. Company. So the the. Ones, the good I'm within six months I had employers looking for me. So I pay fast. Wow and so so what led you down to to to The path of online advertising with the story how'd you? How'd you get into online advertising I? started out I was like tech. I was as offense as he said. Rain to be amazing. So. So it was easy formation beyond of the be believe. They have. Legs. On. Excellent. Job that point because I learned talking degrees and just running. So that's solid look like dog at a job longer than like Okay Ida light on that as gossip fight that I've been. The. So I got a lot I got into this Garden Guy Scott invading fun of this. I was really fun to be a so. I had to come up award winning the dust. So then it was one of the easy. Making money I will really good everything was fine but. It just didn't stock this flaming. You'll challenge me because they said it was easy. Lake I can. sleeve It's nothing new about it slow. I'm Dan I don't stop letting basketball civilization actively transition like I. Know Of. Any.

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The Authority Project

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Alright Ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. Feast your eyes in tune your ears it's that time. Again, we are live with another episode of the Authority Project. It's the video podcast streamed on facebook youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers, business coaches, and creators of all kinds on how they've built authority in their field and how you can mimic their success developing authority building, your audience attracting clients to your own business. Now, without further ado, let's bring to the virtual stage, your host, Brian S Arnold. All right. We are back again with another episode of the projects. It is Brian Arnold here in you project, we want to attach authority to your name so you can sell more of what you agree that I am here my new good friend here JODI KRANKL OPUS right. Yes. Yes. We are excited today it is a casual, Friday? can be very catches. Day Nice Fun Conversation, and we are going to be talking about how important audio branding is to your companies will being is that Jodi? Yeah. A lot of reasons. We're we're going to dive into it. We're GONNA dive into it but before we go any further, please tell everyone here How who you are personally and professionally. personally I am a card carrying Geek. Okay okay. Yes so you know D. and comic books and Sci fi fantasy and all of that stuff and can talk about firefly in doctor who and all of that stuff if you want. I'm also a musician. So I'm a singer and I put out an album in two thousand fifteen that I did with colleague friend of mine in the UK. So we did it sort of remotely. Yeah which was really a lot of fun mostly in the jazz blues traditional kind of format and professionally I have been voice actor fulltime since two, thousand seven. So I have been using my voice to make other people money for a long time. Also. I got a question about that later. But. Let's talk about your current project. Are you currently working right now? well, voice acting basically. I. Also have a podcast of my own called audio branding the hidden gem of marketing. I talk about how sound influences us in a lot of different ways. But usually as it pertains to things like buying habits and you know things that make us open our wallets a little more. No okay, we didn't get into that I want to actually quick question 'cause I'm just curious. Is is voice over the voice of a business. That's Bloomberg. Booming right. Now you get. In yeah, it really is. It really depends on what industry you're doing it for. Him before covert hit I was doing a lot of things in the hospitality and Tourism and all that kind of stuff which I love doing. But unfortunately, it hasn't been all that booming lately. Okay. That makes sense. Things have kind of switched into the health care finance, insurance, kind of industries, and luckily when. Difficulties hit people tend to want comforting voices and they before this hit they were kind of looking for the millennial and younger types of voices that were like barely voiceover. You know like nothing put on at all I mean just like barely just talking to your your your people you know like just that's it right and now they not that it's put on but they want a bit more of the comfort. So they want the the warm and welcoming and maybe authoritative but still approachable type of sound because you've worn comforting. Example comforting sound. Yeah exactly which. Fits into. Not Wish this to happen for that to happen right I'm doing. Okay. Gotcha Gotcha. So tickets a little deeper now into. I guess I'm going to say this. Like how you fell in love with sound basically if I could say that the right in the right way. Yeah. While I have always sung, that's definitely been a part of my upbringing my parents raised us by By having a single time, not storytime that was. That was our bedtime ritual. Say Yes it was it was wonderful. My Mum's a singer in my died as guitar player mostly actually he mostly plays plays piano right now but all by ear and really followed his example. Played Piano by ear to really. Yes. I'm just learning piano. For I've wanted to do it for a long time everyday working on piano because I'm singing to ask great but I wanted to learn some an the nursing theory. So does this is great stuff that's lacking. Tough it is. For now imagine, right. Yeah should have learned it when I was a kid but I didn't have the patience. To. House. Like these keys Mike now I can't do it. So this this this get into this into. This thing about brain because I've never heard of it before. Why disown portent to have breed sound. Are. We talking about jingles what what what, what are we talking about here branding audio about at all actually and audio branding seems to be or have been a lot more popular in Europe. The Europe has had this down pat for many years now in fact, they have the audio branding academy which I think's started in I wanNA say. I WANNA say two thousand. Oh my goodness I. Now, but I think it was. Like two thousand, eight or something like that like it's it's been around for a while I could be wrong about that date, but it's pretty early like. Not, as early as it could be but like earlier than US in North America you know. Right, right right and they actually have awards for sound in is like. How to me awards face right right Kinda. Cool. But it sort of encompasses a lot of things when you're talking about branding a lot of people say that's what people say about you when you leave the room. So it's who you are, what you, what you project and people getting to know and like entrust you is part and parcel of all of that. So if you are only concentrating on the visual of that. You're missing out because you can make a really deep connection with people using audio. So that could be the music using your videos. It could be the music use on you're on hold it could be the sound effects that you use in your videos. It could be the voice that you use in your videos you know is that voice more casual or more formal? Do they use contractions? Do they not use contractions like how does your what is your company project as its image? And and that should be an all around sensory experience. It shouldn't just be visual. The. We're talking about the well being of becoming. Do you think that should be somebody from your company or can be.

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05:14 min | 7 months ago

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"So first of all, I was like never the type to believe in such things. I'm just saying I'm not I never journal than ever meditated never did like any of those? You know like it just not my type. But once I did it literally that first session it changed my life completely. So I always tell people until you try it and I just once because remember at the process, please try a few times. Don't say anything you could maybe think it's weird but still try it be open to see maybe there's something there. Okay. Now once you try it. See if it works. If you did it, a couple of times didn't work. No harm was done if you did it at, it changed your life like as dramatically changed mine. Good for you. You love it literally kind after client who just comes changed their marriage they understand what's happening like recently, I had a client who was. Separated okay. The she still loved her husband, but she'd been separated and things were just. Not Looking so good and was working with her A. She realized that she drew a picture. She's been really similar exercise to like when I told you before and she drew a picture of a cow and her mom was on the couch and she was on the couch and. Then, she was journaling about it and while she's journaling, she realized that her mother had manipulated her as a kid to behave a certain way. Okay. Now, then she went to a different country for high school, she stayed by her hand and she. Did some work there, and again her aunt manipulated her. Okay. So for her the only way she knew anything was manipulation. So she loved her husband so much and she wants to show him her love. So at that, she'd do without even realizing she's manipulating him like for example, he's overweight and he has to lose weight and she wants him to lose weight. What does she do? She controls or tries to at least control every single byte he eats now we know that doesn't work. So she leaves even the group, he's going to go eat something else. She's not home restaurant who knows what he's GonNa. Right. Now to her, she just cares about him and she wants him to be healthy. So that is why she's going on controlling everything that he eats, but that's not healthy and it's not gonNa make a marriage work. So through this process of writing about it, she realized that Hey, I know I never knew this I realized that my mother manipulated at manipulated me and to me showing love is through manipulation. But that's not a good idea. Now, how can I go and change my habits that talk? So that way I'm not manipulating him anymore, and then from there, she was able to move forward and just recently she actually back in with him so. It's a process you're going to want to try it see for yourself and save them. Works. No harm is done if you write on some paper. Okay. So there's proof people see there's A. She's So incredible stop incredible. I I love all this I'm going to try this out is I'm scared about it dime going to try this out. cause. Okay. Definitely. Definitely by have one last question for you before we get out of here..

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03:02 min | 7 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"They wrote and no one gets to look at it unless you decide that this person is safe. Okay. So if you wrote something about business, you might WanNa than share it with your business partner. Maybe, you'll wanNA tell it to them maybe you'll WANNA show them the paper, but you you don't have to Warri while you make it's almost it because it's not gonNa work because your body first and foremost is going to protect itself on protect you. So you might even try this and see that you're not getting any answers and we'd like okay never mind and give up on this try to get in a few days and again a few days later because just like when you meet a stranger the first time you don't go and tell them all your problems. Your mind is not going to go and tell you all the things that thinks if it never trusted. The process didn't trust what's going on here. So once you show it a few times that hanes looking at this is safe that you'll slowly slowly slowly you'll be getting more more answers. So. Say. Like you said, you have this fear rejection prefers something out. So let's say you journal something or had what to do in your marriage. Okay. Now you WANNA. Go and tell your partner that but it's really hard for you. You're embarrassed you don't know what to do. What he to now could. Journal about how should it go and tell them because that will go and tell you the answer. Maybe there was something you didn't think about another great thing to do is. You can have a conversation between your two hands, which can also be between you and another person. So let's say you WanNa tell your partner something. and. You don't know how to go into that. You don't know how they're gonNA react. You don't know what they're gonNA go insane what they're going to ask you. You can go and have that conversation I on paper with youth thinking logically writing with your dominant hand and they answering in the conversation sing whatever they wanNA say without youth thinking if you're not dominant an now obviously, it's not going to be exact word for word what they're going to say but it's GonNa be about. Their mindset is you're going to be able to understand more about and you could even ask those questions before they shut you down because they might say a mad or they might say never mind and run out at you or they might yell at you and then you closed down we never know which way it's going to go. But if it's just papers, it's not as scary because it's just on paper so you could go and take it further without running two different room. I. Love that because incredible stuff I like it but let me tell you this actually People are listening to this and they're like, this is weird. That the words right out of my mouth. Sd What are you talking about this? The Budget Huey? This is. Work. It's work for me. You know using other hand what what are you talking about to? Tell them. Can you tell them in defend yourself right now esti defend yourself and say you know this this word for me people I've known thome stuff right now that. Okay..

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05:38 min | 7 months ago

"authority project" Discussed on The Authority Project

"All Right Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls Feast Your Eyes in tune your ears it's that time. Again, we are live with another episode of the Authority Project. It's the video podcast streamed on facebook youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers, business coaches and creators of all kinds on how they've built authority in their field and how you can Mimic Success Developing Authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business. Now, without further ado, let's bring to the virtual state, your host Brian. S, Arnold..

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