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"christy wright" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

01:45 min | Last week

"christy wright" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

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"christy wright" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:04 min | Last week

"christy wright" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Hi friends welcome to another episode. That sounds fun. i'm your host antioch downs. I'm really happy to be here with you today. We have got a great show in store but before we jump into today's conversation. I wanna take a moment to tell you about one of our mazing partners. Better help listen. Do you ever feel stretched too thin or in over your head so helpful to have someone qualified and capable process with an moments like that. I know i've found that to be true with my counselor. And here's why better help is such a value partner of ours help. Assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapists and you can send your therapist a message anytime they respond to you and you can meet in a convenient private online environment. You can start communicating within twenty four hours and schedule weekly video or phone sessions. It's a priority to better help that. They facilitate great therapeutic matches so they make it easy and free to change if needed better. Help offer services worldwide. In fact they're recruiting therapists. All over the united states because of the demand and their licensed professional therapists have a wide variety of specialties. They can council through self esteem or grief stress depression anxiety and more meaning that the right help is available for you no matter what you're facing this is not self help and it's not a crisis hotline but it's convenient professional affordable counseling and. It's always confidential. I want you to start living a healthier life today. As one of my friend you'll get ten percent off your first month by visiting. Better help. Dot com slash. That sounds fun. Join over one million people and so many of our friends. You've taken charge of their mental health. Again that's better help. H. e. l. p. dot com slash. That sounds fun now. I've got an important question for you. Which city am i going to get to see you on the next leg of that. Sounds fun tour will it be greenville or seattle. Maybe la denver. Y'all these shows are the most fun with comedy and fun. Coaching and special guests..

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

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"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Getting your business off the ground it can take two three years of work in your behind off. I get that but it still needs to have a point at which you begin to have other things in your life. That are important to you. Not just the business how you spend your time as how you spend your life. I just think we're going to get to the end and wished that we actually spend it on the right things so glad you said that. And that's that's the thing that's been the unexpected but real real joy of prioritizing each day for me and then going through actors is a get to the end of the day. And when i checked off those two or three things or at least gotten most of the way there i am able to then ironically turn it off easier and be present to be a better parent and to do the other things. Because i'm not thinking about like oh gosh. I didn't get anything done today. I decided advance what was important and even if it didn't happen i at least know what what was there and i find it so much easier than to actually turn that part off which i think for a lot of us as leaders is really hard and then to enter into a place of okay. I'm going to take some time to do recreation. Or spend time with the kids or spend time with bonnie whatever And and that is taking that little bit at a time. Five minutes usually most days is huge on my psychology for then being able to disconnect it is and it's interesting too because the fact that you set your intention you set your priorities for what that day as keeps you from the temptation of saying i will rest when it's all done because there's never all done right especially in business. It's never all but it's never even done all done at my house. My kids are going behind me messing up my house faster than i can clean. It's never all done. Like what do. I need to get done to be done..

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"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

05:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Priorities for a week woah. Think i think about it because if you think of it as some restrictive habit that just is one more thing you have to do. Then you're not gonna want to do it. But i'm a appeal to entrepreneurs here and business leaders and say listen. This is something that gives you more control. And i know you love control so this is one way for you to be that much more in control and as i laugh about it but i mean we we all have a little bit of control freak in our nature and so when i start my day and i plan my day or start my weekend. I plan my week. And i think both are important by the way every sunday night i sit down with my husband and i say hey. What have you got going on this week. Here's what i've got going on this week. And i plan my week. Here's what i want to get done most at work. Here's only get done most in life and set that that plan those parties for the week. But then i still do it every day. And here's why. Because if i plan my whole week on sunday then when my things change in my week and they will. They always do then. I hold my feet to the fire for the plans that i made on sunday. Nfl guilty enough all short. I shouldn't feel guilty. I should change my plans. If the week changes so for example i will set my plans and my priorities for the whole week on sunday night and then at the beginning every day essay okay. What's most important today. And so when. I do that i check in with myself and say how my feeling house my energy. What is my focus. What's going on. World will then on thursday if my energy is completely drained and i'm exhausted and i've got a million things on my mind. I'm not gonna pile the task so my to fill up my calendar that day just simply checking in with myself and going. Hey what's right today. Helps me again like we said lead in real time and do the right things at the right time versus. Hold my feet to the fire. From all the plants. I made when i was arrested in brighton. Bushy tailed on sunday. And you set the priorities of the being the week but then you still do it every single day that you're doing the right things at the right time but it does give you this great sense of control. Because here's what i found. There are people walking around all day every day. Feeling like they're failing feeling like they're falling short feeling like they are. They dropped the ball at work. And they're a bad mom or dad to their kids or bats spouse and what's interesting is.

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"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

05:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Yeah i guess the way that. I would summarize that and that's such a great question and a great point a really good insight for your audience. Because you're exactly right. I work with entrepreneurs every day. And i am one by the way so i get the way that we're wired. I think it comes down to this. You need a plan and you need to be willing to adjust your plan as needed so your plan is going to have some intention to it. We're not just gonna float through the week and see what happens. You're not going to get the right things done if you do that. You're going to be at the mercy of whoever's the loudest and whatever's in your face you need a plan. Here's my plan for the week. I'm going to get these things done. I'm going to show up for these things. These things are most important but then there's a willingness a common sense discernment that if something crosses your path you begin to check it against this litmus test of what's right right now and if it is right and it is more important than what you're doing you're willing to adjust. Let me give you a super extreme example Several years ago so my uncommonly. He's my second child. He was two almost two and my husband. And i were on our way to alabama. We were hosting a big work. Event down there for all of my team. We have a lake house down there. Have my team down there and do a fun day at the lake. You know all that kind of stuff. So we'd got food from costco got childcare like we're on our way to like and we were gonna take my kids to in-laws house which is down near a lake house on the way. My son conley started having the seizure like episodes..

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"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

05:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Listen dave what was important to me. When i was sixteen was who. I was going to run the football game with on friday night. That was important to me in my twenty s was building my career. What was important to me. When i had just had my first son. Carter was figuring out how to be a new mom to a newborn and getting a little bit of sleep. If i could. What's important to me this. This past summer was going to the lake and playing with my kids as much as possible. Because i knew that when this fall came and i was launching this book. What would be most important. This fall is launching this book. Traveling speaking working long days so when we consider the season we're in in what's going on in that season and i encourage people to look at the main areas of your life that consume your time. Your work your family your health any other interests that takes up a lot of time. Maybe you have a side business or big goal. You're training for a marathon. Look at these main buckets and let them inform what your priorities are in the season. And then you list them out your top three to five for the season and they are very very specific so for example my priority for this spring. One of my top priorities. That proud that i wrote down was getting my children to swim. Have a four year old and a six year old. Where around water all the time we tried last year with cova did we had a lot of all starts. I said this is the year. We're going to get them to swim. So i didn't just put on my top priority family. What about family. You do a lot of things with family. I said i want my kids to swim. So then that determine how managed by calendar because every friday. I took them to the pool to practice swimming in the summer. Sms lessons and now. I'm happy to report..

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"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

03:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Homemade cookies for everyone in the neighborhood and to have to go to the dentist and i have to go to this meeting and a half to pick up all the toys in the yard okay. All those things are not created equal right. We list them as if they are so. Then when push comes to shove and it's time to make a decision or some things don't make the cut because our list is always longer than we have time for. We feel anxious. And we feel like we're a failure. That's very common to women in general now entrepreneurs and business leaders. Here's what they get caught up in. They get caught up in the tyranny of the urgent so their biggest problem is not putting everything on equal playing field. Necessarily what happens is they are the typical entrepreneur. It's squirrel squirrel whatever's in my face whatever whoever's the loudest whoever is the neediest who has biggest problem biggest guilt trip the biggest fire. I need to put out and what happens. There and stephen covey talks about this when he talks about the quadrants of urgency versus importance. We get so distracted by the urgent that we don't leave any time for the important and so we work really hard and we react really fast and we are amazing at being the hero to show up and save the day for that urgent thing and we never ask ourselves if that's even anything worth doing and so. We fill our time our to do listener calendars with a bunch of crap. That's loud but not necessarily moving in the direction we want to go. And we all think i don't have enough time. I don't have enough time. Women think this business leaders think this women that are business leaders. Think this parents people that don't have kids. It doesn't matter we don't have enough time. Listen we actually have enough time for the important things. The problem is we have no idea what's important so we either treat everything as if it's important or we only focus on urgent mistaking that for importance and just because something is loud does not mean it's important just because it's in your face is not mean it's important. I think my favorite line in the book. Is this one you right. When most people think of priorities they think of something that is static and set in stone for example. Someone might say my priorities. Are god family others and self in that order. That's a nice sunday school answer. But it's not at all helpful for real life time management. And when i read that i thought you know i have heard that a lot and i think a lot of a stewart spouse that of course on the big picture but you also make a distinction between fixed and flexible priorities. Tell me about that distinction. Well this is huge. You need two sets of priorities and let's unpack these really quickly. The one set. You probably already have. That's what that's sweet. Little old lady was referring to in her sunday school. Answer you have one set of fixed. Concrete herman at priorities most mostly permanent. Probably and that looks like what matters most to you if all hell breaks loose if push comes to shove and the world falls apart my kids matter more than my work. Yes yes they do right. Most of us don't live in a doomsday scenario. All day everyday thank goodness that we don't so we don't that that does not help us. Operate our lives in practical current relevant season specific way so in addition to your fixed priorities that are set in stone for the most part. And this is how you run your.

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"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Most of us can espouse. Are big picture priorities. Things like family relationships meaningful work. Faith but how do we actually balance those with the daily realities of hectic schedules.

"christy wright" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"christy wright" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"The jasmine star. Show i have a question for you. I think i might not answer. But i'm going to ask it anyway. Do you ever feel overwhelmed over. Committed out of balance in your life or business. Or maybe you fill all these things about both of those elements. I've certainly experienced my fair share of filling burns out and unfulfilled. But i've really great news. You can absolutely take back your time phil balanced even if you have a really busy life and totally not feel guilty about it today. You're going to learn how to achieve that balance. Have to tell you that my guest today is christie rate a number one national bestselling author personal development expert and host of the christy wright show now christie is known for teaching about personal velopment business in faith. And i have to tell you that. I've spoken to kristie on multiple occasions. I look at her as valuable industry. Peer and over the years. She has become a friend. She speaks from hurt and she practices what she preaches. A really appreciate her level of authenticity. In kind of just that straight dylan to me. Honestly jasmine stop beating around the bush. And let's just call a spate of spayed o. k. You know she really does practice what she preaches. And the good news is that she host a conference in nashville tennessee. And it's called the business boutique. And i've had the honor of being a keynote speaker. There twice over. And i just know that you are going to love learning from her today on how to take back your time and find life balance as an entrepreneur like always. I aim to always only bring people in the podcast who i know on a personal level or who i know will over deliver the content that they share speaking of that content. I love hearing christie's top tips on a.

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"christy wright" Discussed on The Rachel Cruze Show

The Rachel Cruze Show

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"christy wright" Discussed on The Rachel Cruze Show

"To do all that. So just as a simple thing. I try to fifteen minutes to myself every morning every morning. So that fifteen minutes might be a workout. That fifteen minutes might be a quite time. It might be reading a good book. I don't have to do everything every day yet. But i've decided i wanna start my day as me. I don't wanna wake up. His mom being yelled at about sippy cups and we don't have clean clothes for school. I wanna start my day with quiet. I set my alarm before my kids. Wake up and have fifteen minutes but it gives you permission. Say i'm gonna do a little bit. You know each week but not everything every day. Yeah so good kristie so excited. I can't wait dates back your time. Free life guide to life balance amazing with them. We all struggle with excited right about this. Yes and i was gonna say to again so many women i talked to. It's constant because again whether it's in their money journey they feel like they're sacrificing life seasonal. They have but you have to be intentional with it. Well and i think the other thing that i the angle that tried to take in this book is when we are often asked the question. And i'm sure you get this too is how do you balance it all. That's how we always talk about. How do you balance it. All imbalances is a verb. How do you balance it. All and you have all these analogies of spinning plates and juggling balls and walking a tightrope and that feels stressful and anxiety ridden and it feels overwhelming. Started asking a different question. What if balance isn't just something you do. What if it's something you feel were you say i be completely focused on something at any given moment but i feel a sense of balance i feel a sense of peace and i'm proud of how i spend my time. I think that's the kind of balance we all really want. And that's what i want to help. People achieve through the spark. Amazing amazing kristie. Your incredible thanks for being on these places. Okay guys remember again. Supreme sale right now but it launches september fourteenth. So make sure to check it out and check out everything. Christie's doing you can find her instagram. Podcasts all thanks christy wright show guests on time thanks again and keep. I want to your questions. No matter where you are on your financial journeys you can go to any of my social media platforms twitter facebook instagram youtube. And ask your question and you could be a guest here on the show. You guys get to join me and we talk about what's going on in your life and your money and so today. I have nucci on me. Welcome to the show. Where are you calling from. Wisconsin from wisconsin so grades. Okay so you you wrote in a little bit about your situation. But tell me your marriage and know that i am and you have two little ones. And what are their ages. I have a four year old and a ten month in a ten month old so greats and you and your husband win. Did you guys start this whole journey of deciding to get out of debt. Live with your money and all that so we just really start at. The beginning of the year slowed still work in progress. But it's going and you're through baby. Step one yes we are and your into baby step two right now and that's what your question is about so go ahead and and you can ask that all right so my husband. We have a lot of debt. We have about five thousand in credit card debt. Seven thousand on our honda. Civic twenty nineteen Twenty nine thousand dollars in student loans for me and then thirty thousand on our told us donna. Twenty twenty and then our house has about seventy thousand dollars left to pay I have two boys and we want to have kids again in the future and probably one or two years So my question is should we sell this ban. Because we're going to have more kids or should we sell it and get a dave card. Yes dave kerr aka the used beater while you're in this process. Well i'll say this our rule of thumb when it comes to anything with wheels or motors we always say should be no more than half of your annual income and what your income right now between you and your husband Right now my husband. He isn't working is looking for a job. But i make about sixty thousand dollars a year. Okay so you guys are kind of over that already with the cars situation and the sienna minivan which is near and dear to my heart. I love a great man But you guys all the most besides your house on that right. That's thirty correct. So i woke up in your shoes. I would probably sell it. I mean i always say if you can you can pay off your car in twelve to eighteen months. You can keep it. But all of these factors together noca- considering you're on one income right now sixty grand and already you're over that fifty percent limits. I would say to get rid of it. And the and i know it's hard it's painful it's it's a twenty twenty right. I think that's what. I haven't been down my man as super nice. I get it. I get it But for right now i would say absolutely. That's going to relieve so much stress from from this whole situation and get you so further along on the debt snowball because you've a great income and sixty grams. Amazing and if your husband finds a job and you add to that you guys could be completely update if you sell the van. I mean within eighteen months for sure if you if you get at it and you really sacrifice and you guys can be in a totally different position financially on because the house i know you mentioned is seventy eight thousand which is a pretty low mortgage mean for the most part which is awesome. You won't pay that off until a little bit later but you guys could get to these baby steps in really a pretty quick time period Which is just amazing. And i think that selling the van for sure is is what i would suggest and recommend absolutely. Does that hurt your heart a little bit. You can be honest. it really does. Because i can't imagine sitting in a five-seater but yeah it really does an but it doesn't make me feel better because that would save about six hundred thirty dollars a month and i can use that to be to go pay my credit card or something else. So absolutely gross. You're paying like six hundred dollar car. Payment six hundred thirty dollars. Who yeah. I get it out of there for sure. Oh my gosh. And here's the great thing to it's not the you'll never have my savannah again in your life right and the fact that you only up to kids is a blessing right now because yeah the five seater. It's tough but it so doable. Right when you get three back there in a row that can get rolling comfortable really fast But for you guys. By the time you have your third. There's a great chance you guys are completely out of debt and you're saving up for a van To go into step into. So yeah if i were you i would definitely definitely go that route and i'm excited for you guys because again not that you could never get out of debt. If you kept the van. I believe you could but just the amount of progress you guys would make this one decision financially. Not only from a monthly payments.

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How This Investment Could Change Your Kid's Future with Christy Wright

The Rachel Cruze Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

How This Investment Could Change Your Kid's Future with Christy Wright

"The other day. My friend told me the story. And i was like what's so. He said that his mentor years and years ago said to him. Hey are you investing for your kids future and my friend at the time didn't have kids and he was like no i don't have kids in. His mentor. was like listen the earlier. You start saving for your kids and their future. The better off. they're going to be. You're going to be because he knew little something compound interest so he kept asking my friend over and over for like two or three years. Hey have you opened up an account for your kids. Hey have you account for your kids like no no. No no no and finally has been towards that okay. Listen i'll match whatever money you put in. I will match you. Because i want you to start investing for your kids future. So whether you've been in two thousand dollars i'll match it or put in two hundred. I'll match it but i wanna help you because i want you to be motivated to do this because you are going to be so. So thankful well. He finally took him up on it one day and he said okay. I'm gonna do this so with little. He was doing neck and fast forward. You guys almost two decades each of his kids when they turn eighteen. He hands the accounts over to them. And these accounts you guys had over two hundred thousand dollars in them just because he started so early and was consistent. I mean is that not insane. That is so so crazy and the great thing is they're able to use that money some use it for schools. Some of them used it for their wedding or they use it for down payment on their first home and guys that is the power not just con- insurance but the power of changing your family tree thinking so far ahead because it is crazy which is five hundred dollars. Thousand dollars can do over the course of eighteen

"christy wright" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"christy wright" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"I think right now and coming out of a really tough period of time and With code our business shrunk and now we're like exploding again and i have a great team. Absolute like they're just amazing people. But i've had to do so much to kind of get through that time. And now i can't wrap around it all so i think there's definitely some like i dunno post traumatic cova disorder. Going on Where we're like winning. But like i'm still a little scared. Yeah but i also really care about them. Don't wanna put them in a spot where they're like family right so when you say you're a little bit scared. What do you mean you're scared. That business is going to take a downturn again. And you're going to have to let people go. Let's kind of name that a little bit name. That fear. yeah. I think that's definitely in the back of my mind But honestly like we're doing everything right and we're we're killing it just like we're supposed to be so i don't i think some of that unrealistic fear but but it's there. Yeah yeah. I totally get that. I think a lot of people are coming out of last year. Some some scars and bruises and some things. It's like okay. i learned from that. And i'm stronger and some things i learned from that and i never want to do that again. Right what size is your team. have. Seven seven okay. What's your business. I own a specialty grocery ice an ice cream shop. Oh cool okay awesome. What if you could get rid of them today. What are the main buckets of tasks that you would want to. Delegate lower simpler aspects of managing came though ordering managing like making ice cream like all that stuff that is is pretty straightforward but also takes a lot of my time. Yeah do you have team members that know how to do that stuff already some of it but most of it not okay all right so it would take a little training tom to hand this off. Correct okay so. Here's what i want to challenge you to do. You're going to be doing stuff anyway right like you're already doing it. You're already doing these things that you want to delegate. So what i want to encourage you to do is over the next. Let's say two to four weeks. I want to challenge you to incorporate your team whoever's right for whatever jobs based on what you know of them and their skill set and their desire and what's a good fit. I want you to integrate them into these activities with you. Essentially i want them to shadow you. I want them to participate in these with you. It's going to be on the job training and then you're not taking more time to train them in something that has to be done at some point. They're training while watching you while being in the trenches with you it's gonna take a little bit of scheduling obviously on the front end to say okay. Who's the right fit for. What and and so on. But if you do that then you're training while doing the job and you're also working on a plan to work you out of these tasks and work them into it. The other thing that that's going to do daniel is it's going to give them a sense of ownership is going to build trust in teamwork as you guys do it together and they say you doing these tasks it's going to give them a sense of vision and it will give them this. Buy in to what they're doing to your point initially you don't wanna just dump tasks on them and no one would like that right. No leaders should want to do that. No people would want that to happen to them. If you transition this way it builds the sense of camaraderie teamwork and trust while you're getting the job done and they're learning the job for it to be a gradual hand off over the next two to four weeks. Does that make sense. Is that why didn't think of that. 'cause you're busy daniel. That's why you're busy and you're tired and you're selling ice cream. Listen that's going to be one of those things that you just need to put it on the calendar. Talk to your team and invite them into. It is not this. You have to do this. And that's not your heart anyway. Say hey guys maxed out. We're growing like crazy because y'all are rocking it and in order for us to keep growing we've gotta divvy up some of these tasks i'm going to start bringing you into some of the things i'm doing so you can learn it so we can all be able to do these jobs together. Are you in. And i think they will be very much on board and excited and i think that'll help you get to where you want to be. I hope this helps daniel. Thanks so much and definitely call back and let me know how it goes. If you're able to transition out of those tasks that you need a little bit of help with thanks so much for calling appreciate christie taken. Those calls and special thanks to alice and daniel for calling in.

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"christy wright" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"That's coming out and that kind of stuff, but I also wanna keep page going. So we're perfect. So are you asking about content like what content of it wear? Yeah. I've noticed that the open ended question to work. Really? Well, but if I have a good question for both do I just post the same question or I don't really know how to keep them separate how keep them both up. Yes. Okay. I love this question. And this is a really common struggle for business leader. So I love that you're asking it because I guarantee you there are so many people listening right now going, yes, what content charge for which is what you're saying. In your group, and what content will give away for free, which is on your page in this example, I have the exact same model Chelsea with business boutique, so if you go to the Christy Wright page, that's my page, and then I have the business boots. He could kademi which is a subscription model. This is my training group, and they have an exclusive closed group that you only get access to if you were paid academy member. So I'm actually living this out every day with you. I totally hear you. So here's what I do if you were to compare it to you're not thinking in terms of what content you put where in terms of topic or bucket? I want you to think in terms of depth. Okay. So let's say that you have a topic that you want to cover in business boutique world, let's say I'm gonna talk about marketing, I'm going to give a thirty thousand foot view of marketing on my Christy Wright page, that's free. That's just regular social media growing, the brand growing the impact it's encouraging. But it's a thirty thousand foot view in the business boutique academy, I'm gonna talk about marketing on the ground level. I'm going to do a deep dive, I'm gonna get tacked. Go I'm going to show you step by step. What to do? I'm going to answer your specific marketing question, you're not going to get that side of me on the Christy Wright page because that's the premium aspect of being in the academy of having access to me. And my coaching which is exactly what you're saying here. So I want you to think of not in terms of topic. I put this topic here that topic there. I want you to think in terms of depth in detail. You're not going to be very detailed on your main page. You're just giving high level inspiration. Encouragement, you know, the thirty thousand foot view, and.

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"christy wright" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"christy wright" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Those of you that are members of the business boutique academy regularly get coaching from her. And of course, now the Christy Wright business boutique podcast very well, right? It is. It is taken off and it's amazing how when you can encourage people and inspire them and teach them while they're living their lives. So listeners right on the radio show, they may be driving in the car on a commute. They may be going for a run. They may be cooking or cleaning or something around the house, but you're able to encourage them and give them the steps and plans and tools that they need to win. So it's been really fun to to see the stories coming in if someone that their life was changed from the podcast. Well, information is important because formations what changes your life you don't get, you know, you can listen to music and if you're if those of you in the car all day, I mean, if you listen to the same, if you listen to you get the same song about. Every what hour and a half or so, yeah, put the thing on loop and I like the music. I enjoy that. I enjoy talkradio in general, but to have something like a podcast where I can absolutely decide, okay, I'm doing a leadership thing on this run. I'm gonna learn about leadership or I'm gonna do a marriage thing on this Ron. I'm learn about marriage and you can just download the podcast. It's just information intentionally going into my life in the my body into my brain into my spirit, changes everything. The new goal planner is out the business boutique, twenty nineteen goal planner on sale. Now ships November the first. It's jacket out. Kristie. Thanks for stopping by. Thanks for having me glad to be here. Kristie right business Pucci. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Hey, it's Kelly. Daniel associate producer info screener for the Dave Ramsey show. Did you know that in two thousand seventeen Dave Ramsey show listeners paid off fifty million dollars debt. That's pretty impressive. And it could be you this year. Keep listening for more inspiration. Make more money doing what you love checkout. Christie rights, business boutique, podcast, crissy's, inspiring, and in quitting women to become successful, running their own business hand Christy Wright, and I help women all over the country, take their ideas and passions and hobbies, and turn them into profitable business. Do you have an idea in your head or

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"christy wright" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"christy wright" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And you know like we can make a dent in our debt. We're not. We're just barely paying are literal. Call. I'm trying to get you where you can mathematically pay the bills, mathematically does dollars a month extra. Do it. Now. Okay. What is it like moving us out trying to move you out. You're on an apprenticeship. You agreed to live in her basement. Now you're having to put up with her. Goes with the territories which you got signed up for, you know, you can't afford to move out while he's on the apprenticeship. Right? That's you're stuck there. You're stuck there for six more months or six more months left in this thing. It's like I said, we don't really know. Exactly. I would. I guess another year to I wanna know exactly. My Friday by Friday. I want to know what the guidelines are of this apprenticeship when it ends and my income goes up so I can move out of your mother's basement. This this, I hope they keep their word. I think they're going to keep their word, but I'm not even sure what word they gave me. It doesn't work for me. I think you guys need to nail this deal down so you know what? He is signed up for an you know what you've signed up for. So you can see a light in the tunnel, and you can put a chart on the wall when you get to move out of his mother's basement, and and then he needs to work an extra job to get the bills paid. And I'm going to guess and say of a big, honking car payment. You need sell the car just a guess, but it's a fairly educated guess. So I would add that to the equation as well. Hope that helps you get open phones at triple eight, eight to five, five, two, two, five. You jump in, we'll talk about your life and your money. Christy Wright Ramsey personality in the founder.

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"christy wright" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"And i promise one seven starts to sleep better because remember she's losing sleep as well once evelyn starts to sleep better and everyone in the home sleeps better everybody is going to be so much happier in a better mood and you'll notice a big change of evelyn to a lot of her bad behavior is because she's hired because she's not sleeping so you need to do this is kindness towards her parents i love answering your questions so please keep sending them into me again you can email your parenting questions to ask meg at magny cours md dot com again as meg at magny cours m d dot com i wanna thank my wonderful guest rachel cruze and christy wright and i strongly recommend that you check out both of their wonderful works at ramsey solution rachel has written a new york times bestseller smart money smart kids and christy wright runs a wonderful business called business boutique to help every woman get a business going that suits her lifestyle before we finish let's recap my points to ponder one ask for what you need at home and at work to the intentionally present when you're with your family and three find the balance between work and home life that works for you don't compare yourself to your friends please so until next time parents always remember rape kids are raised not born hey this bobby producer beg meakers parenting greg kids podcast we hope you've enjoyed listening to episode fifty finding balance for working moms thanks to you dr mix parenting revolution has grown to over a million downloads you can like dr meaker on facebook and follow her on twitter and instagram at meg meeker md as a reminder go to meg meeker md dot com and sign up for her newsletter for giveaway opportunities in updates and don't forget to share the podcast rattus review and click subscribe so you won't miss an episode.

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"christy wright" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"christy wright" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Yes that was hard and so for me i would say that that first season of parenting i thought would be so different and it was so much harder than i thought and my expectation of who i was going to be and what i was going to bring to the table i suddenly felt like i just don't have anything to give with anything like i can't even i can't even use my baby like little team i you know what i'm saying like that was that was a bad hard season where i had this total expectation and it was nowhere met at all yeah we're i think we're led to believe that life is a certain way and breastfeeding babies a certain way in parenting certain way and mothers had this running list of all these things we should do and be at home and that we should do and say with our kids and what we should feed them and where they should go to school and then we do the exact same thing with our work parents i hope you're enjoying my conversation with rachel and christie we need to take a quick break but don't go anywhere we'll be right back with more of my conversation with rachel cruze and christy wright friends the fact is taking care of your health is commitment and that can feel overwhelming that's why i've been loving max three ultra pure supplements with olmecs three you just need to do one little thing to experience big health benefits olmecs three ultra pure is the purest omega three supplement on the market containing nearly ninety five percent highquality omega threes they even do this cool thing called the freezer test challenge if you freeze any other omega three supplement it'll get cloudy that's all the filler meanwhile and olmecs three soft gel remains clear it's that pure better yet omega threes or mazing at alleviating joint pain and muscle soreness and making you feel your best post workout they can also improve focus and memory who's cardiovasc.

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