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"change academy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

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"change academy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Chinese partners were physically abusing young players and failing to provide schooling. Even the commissioner Adam Silver, had said education we central to the program, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge of the complaints. The N B. A. I ran into myriad problems by opening one of the academies in Gene gene. The police state in western China were more than a 1,000,000 weaker Muslims are now held in barbed wire camps. American coaches were frequently harassed and surveilled in John Jiang. The sources said. One American coach was detained three times without cause he and others were unable to obtain housing because of their status is foreigners. A former lead employee compared the atmosphere where he worked in Sean James World War to Germany. In an interview with ESPN about his findings. N. BA deputy commissioner and chief operating officer, Martin UM, who oversees international operations, said the N B A is reevaluating and considering other opportunities for the Academy program, which operates out of sports facilities run by the Chinese government. Last week the league knowledge they closed the changing academy, but they refused to admit they refused to say whether human rights were a factor. We're somewhat humbled, said Tatum. One of the lessons we've learned here is we do need to have more direct oversight and the ability to make staffing changes when appropriate. Program, launched in 2016 was part of the NBA's strategy to develop local players in a basketball obsessed market that has made MBA China $5 billion enterprise. Most of the former employees spoke on the condition of anonymity. One American coach who worked for the N B A. In China describe the project as a sweat camp for athletes. At least two coaches quit in response to what they believed was mistreatment of young players. One requested and received a transfer after watching Chinese coaches strike teenage players. Three sources told ESPN another American coach, left before the end of his contract because he found the lack of education unconscionable and I couldn't continue to show up every day. Looking at these kids, knowing they would end up being taxi drivers. Not long after the academy's opened multiple coaches complained about the physical abuse and lack of school into Greg stole the league's VP for international operations is unclear whether the information is passed on to the embassy in New York. A MBA would not make salt available for comment. Two of the former N B. A employees separately told ESPN coaches of the academy's regularly speculated about whether Silver had been informed about the problems. I said silver shows up. We're all fired immediately. Tatum said the N B A did receive a handful of complaints. The Chinese coaches were mistreating players, but they did nothing about it. Apparently. Immediately inform local authorities that the league has zero tolerance for that behavior, but didn't report the incident to the league at the time or to or to take him or silver. Sure, sure. Or alternatively, everybody said to look the other way. Is there making a bundle in China? The NBA's brought in elite coaches and athletic trainers with experience in the G League division One basketball to work in the Academie. One former coach described watching a Chinese coach fire a ball into a young players face at point blank range and then kick him in the gut. The kid was apparently 13 or 14 years old. Good times with the with the N BA in China. I definitely want to hear about human rights violations in the United States from the N B. A. I think I think that's what that's what we definitely have to hear about. These people are not hypocrites in any way in just a second. We're gonna get you a big cheque hearing that happened on the hill. There were some moments that were not so great. As always for Congress. We'll get to that momentarily first. So, folks, if you really enjoy the Ben Shapiro, shall we have a bunch of other shows over at daily wire, and they are all worth listening to Let Michael mostly about his show, everybody Michael knows here. Never hear that ancient Chinese curse. May you live in interesting times. Well, we're living in them. It's tough to make sense of these times when mainstream journalists lie to us politicians ignore us, and even the scientists seem to get everything wrong. Luckily, there is hope. Come check out the Michael Knowles show at the daily Y. You can listen to the show for free on apple podcasts or Spotify or Google play or stitcher YouTube. Facebook is all over the place. And you can watch the whole show along with extra bonus content at the Daily wire website. We break down everything from immigration and international trade to drag Queen Story hour and President Trump's latest Smackdowns of Jim Acosta and the rest of the fake news media. Politics, culture, religion and more. Why it matters and what it means for you. So come on over and check out the Michael Knowles show wherever you get your podcasts. See there now Speaking of China, now, the fact is not just the N B. A. That is enthralled China. So many of our big 10 companies are enthralled to China in thrall to China as well. It's pretty incredible. There is this big hearing. At the at the House Judiciary Committee, and it was participated in by the heads of Google and Facebook and Twitter and ample And there was this amazing exchange in which various CEO's were asked about Chinese intellectual property theft. And only one of these CEOs is actually honest. So you had Tim Cook of Apple basically denied there was any intellectual property theft. You have Senator Peach I of Google, who said we had no idea. I never heard of it. You have Jeff Bezos, saying that he's heard about it. And then you have Zuckerberg was like, Yeah, Of course, that's true. Because Facebook is that it is important to recognize here. Not all big tech companies are the same. Facebook has been significantly more pro free speech than any of the other outlets is not particularly close. Twitter is not the same thing as his Facebook. There's something that as we'll see Congress people don't know is they don't understand how the interwebs work. It is also true that Facebook has taken a pretty antagonistic view toward Chinese regulations in a way that Apple has not that Google has not that Amazon has not. Corporations are willing to make money virtually anywhere..

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"change academy" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"change academy" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely.

Brock Monica Ryan Eagle Change Academy
"change academy" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"change academy" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely.

Brock Monica Ryan Eagle Change Academy
"change academy" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"change academy" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely <hes> and. I guess, let's start with during the exercise so generally. What happens when we start to exercise? Is Our blood circulatory system. Does things like moves. Our blood in focuses its energy on the muscles are the parts of our body that are being used currently, so that means your digestive system actually. Isn't that involved when you're going for a long run? Let's say are a long bike ride. So the blood flow actually moves preferentially to your to the muscles that are being used and sort of not to your stomach, for example so you definitely you don't necessarily feel hungry, and you actually have an impaired ability to digest things when you're in the middle of a long effort like that. Now after that's finished, and that blood serve returns to its more regular scheduled program, it's a then then you could feel an uptick in your hunger. At least a return to your hunger, because your blood flows is then returning to your digestive system, and that's generally when people start to feel hungry, and that can happen within minutes of finishing a an exercise like that or a race, or whatever it happens to be or hours later, and that is very individual.

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How Endurance Sports Affect Appetite

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:36 min | 3 months ago

How Endurance Sports Affect Appetite

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely and. I guess, let's start with during the exercise so generally. What happens when we start to exercise? Is Our blood circulatory system. Does things like moves. Our blood in focuses its energy on the muscles are the parts of our body that are being used currently, so that means your digestive system actually. Isn't that involved when you're going for a long run? Let's say are a long bike ride. So the blood flow actually moves preferentially to your to the muscles that are being used and sort of not to your stomach, for example so you definitely you don't necessarily feel hungry, and you actually have an impaired ability to digest things when you're in the middle of a long effort like that. Now after that's finished, and that blood serve returns to its more regular scheduled program, it's a then then you could feel an uptick in your hunger. At least a return to your hunger, because your blood flows is then returning to your digestive system, and that's generally when people start to feel hungry, and that can happen within minutes of finishing a an exercise like that or a race, or whatever it happens to be or hours later, and that is very individual.

Brock Monica Ryan Eagle Change Academy
"change academy" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

10:45 min | 4 months ago

"change academy" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"This moniker of businessman used Jeff. I would even stop thinking about it that way businessman. You don't have to become a businessman. You have to be someone who has a killer product and intriguing way of getting customers to give you money for that product. That's businessman is Wadey. It's like putting on this big backpack full of load and you're not quite sure. What's in the backpack and you're like I don't know what tools are in here event. It's on my back. All you need to do is sell things to customers right now. That's it that is business. I summarize businesses. Three things and a challenge. Anyone to suggest this is not the most important three things number one. Is You have to know what people are willing to pay money for number two. Is You have to make something incredible to deliver that thing and the number. Three's you have to tell everyone who's likely to buy it about it. That's it that's the crash course in business right so there you go you're businessman now you've got to figure out. What PEOPLE WANNA buy? You gotTa make something awesome to deliver it and then you have to tell them all about it. So that's what I figured out very early right so I have PhD and nutrition. But I figured this out. People are interested in certain solutions to problems. We call the hopeful future. You know when you're talking about. Let's say nutrition coaching or physical coaching of any kind. Whether it's personal training your strength and conditioning they're like my life right now isn't as optimal or good as wanted to be. There are some hopeful future out there that I want. I want to hire you to get me that hopeful future and that could be by one on one training could be through information that you provide them. You have to know what to create there but I would really again strip aside the notion that you have to become a market or a business person or any of these kind of things and focused back on what you're really trying to do. Independent of these fetish is words right and so for me. That's what I did I again back in the old days when we started Time was different right. There weren't people selling business coaching services. There weren't people selling marketing services to people in health and fitness So it was kind of easy in one respect right because there wasn't so much noise about what I ought to be doing. I wasn't guilty about what I should be doing. When we started our business like people were on Dialup so the there was like a very limited stream of information coming in so independent of all the should. We just figured out how to sell things to people you know and so that was the good side of it. The bad side was that you know if you needed advice. You didn't know where to find it if you didn't know anyone personally could help you. You didn't know where to find them. And now you can so there again pros and cons to both models but yeah. I mean that would be my advice. You Know Jeff just folks in really hard with a business has to do right now which is sell things to customers. You have to get dollars from people and you have to put it into the business. That's it right. Still continue being nutritionist. Figure out how to get people to pay you for really awesome goods and services and then once you once you doing that. Life is great because sales solve everything. Then you see you'll have money to say or a cool. Do I hire someone to run the internal operations this business or do I take a course to figure it out on my own? Both require money so you need to sell things to be able to afford them. That's why sale saw everything and that's why you need to figure out how to sell things. Now that's fantastic. Momentum loves that loved So we've a question now on the product side which is from. Justin he says as you're developing in providing your product. What feedback did you get in terms of complexity? In how do people begin to adapt to it in regards to starting something new? That is unfamiliar. Not Quite sure how to answer this one. I could talk about the feedback that we got We never really faced big barriers to people not getting what we were doing. A part of that is unique ability of mine like I. This is a thing people have always told me since I was you know early on in my career. I'm really very very very good at taking complex things and explaining them to people in a way that they can get. That's what I've always been good at. That's what we've leveraged a lot of our marketing in content around so oftentimes. It's not that things are too complicated for people's simple brains. It's often that we just haven't figured out how to communicate really well but I love for you to follow up more and we'll loop back around to it. If you pop info. Yeah so he says when something is unfamiliar to people when you started online was unfamiliar. What was your key to being able to help? People lean into it. Okay that's great Focusing on the problem that we're solving the hopeful future not the features and benefits. I think this is generally great marketing advice but it relates to this perfectly as well. Too many people talk about being online right like for example. You said it perfectly when you started online that was unfamiliar. Yeah but wanting to get in shape wasn't unfamiliar right. People wanted that real badly right so all of our focus was on that. This is how we'll help you live the hopeful future that you want and you know what's even better about it. We don't have to be sitting in the same room. I'm one of the best in the world at this. You're living in England or Germany or Australia. We can do this even though you're all the way over there back to the hopeful future for them so instead of being like well. Our program is online. Here's the benefits of being online. That's when you remind people you turn on their Thinki- brain right and they start evaluating irrational way. That's why hopeful future marketing works. Because you don't turn on people's thinking brain thinking brains. The brain talks out of doing all the things you want. Do Right you turn on the part at wants the hopeful future so this is just a key key thing. There's no turn of phrase or Marketing Trick. That helps you get over a problem. You created by talking about the wrong things right so for us. It's always been marketing has always been one. Problem is in this person's life that they need to solve. What's the hopeful future we can help them get to? And then you just. Heh like before you make the sale your hand waving over the particular technical details right. It doesn't matter if I'm going to send you a word document with your program if I'm to fly to you and handed to you or from going to deliver it via our online digital portal. How's IT matter at all to the customer? It doesn't what they want is to solve the pain point in their life right. So that's what you focus on. Companies really struggle when they try and convince the world why their technology is better or their unique solution that no one is ever tried before is better if they were to focus more their energy on the problem that the Helping solve that part of people's brain doesn't turn on is readily so they're not going to be like. Oh yeah but online. I never done that before. How's it work to how you send it? You know what I mean like. That's all irrelevant. When someone's trying to get in shape or in the case of our certification for example trying to level up their credentials and as career certainty to their lives right. So that's how we have thought about over the years. I don't know if it's helpful for you but again focus on the hopeful future focused on the pain point. Don't focus so much on features and benefits because that's when people start getting outta tally and then they start running down. We caught wondering and worrying right. They start just wondering worrying everything when you start talking about you know particular details of thing before the sale after the sale. Of course you're GonNa talk about very clearly how it's going to work but before the sale. Here's what we're going to solve free very helpful now. Talking about The hopeful future. You have the Change Academy and Michael Lennon. Who LIVES IN? Belfast really loved. You're a change maker book and everybody. Who's on here? We copies of the book that we were going to give you in person. You will get them through. This thing called the mail so just expected very soon now. What what is your hopeful future for the Change Maker Academy? Yes so this is maybe a business lesson into itself but for me you know as as we sold precision nutrition. I thought to myself. I don't know if I'll ever work in this field again. I'm Ama Nada. I'd I legitimately don't know I'm going to take the year off with my family and see where that leads and I had another bunch of projects that had nothing to do with health and fitness that I wanted to do and so I wanted to start those as well but I knew I wanted to capture everything that I think I've learned over the last thirty years in the field. So that's why sat down and took two years and the change maker Book and has those doing that. I was like man it would be so cool and I'm sure many of you have this. You have like fifty business ideas that come up every week and you're like now. I'm never going to do this business. But wouldn't it be cool if I could just whisper this into someone competence ear and they would go do it again. Be The most amazing thing. I'm sure many of you have this ideas set of ideas in your head. You're like man. It would be so cool if someone did this. So that's what change maker Kademi kind of became. I was like Gosh. I don't WANNA run change maker Academy I've already done this. I maybe I want to do other things. I certainly don't want to run it now but I think off the back end of this book. There's some really great courses that could be created. I think there could be some really great events and most importantly I think there could be a bunch of meet. Ups created all around the world where health and fitness people could get together in their local geography and connect with each other where they can be allies than adversaries and so I was like this would be the hopeful future right. So there'd be some big events every year where all the health and fitness change makers can get together where locally people can get together and like in New York and Boston and Detroit and London England wherever.

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"change academy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"change academy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So how is your circle of influence? We've all heard some of the people you surround yourself with joining us to talk about the subject with us. Peter, she is the founder of the game changes academy and the author of six months to six figures almost two hundred thousand copies sold over four thousand reviews online. If you haven't got a copy, you gotta pick it up. Good. Have you on the show? He's always bringing the fire on the set. So let's talk about circle ones, and I know we're going to go into a lot of topics. So to me, very honest. This was probably the biggest game changer for me perspective wise, that's ever happened. So I was at a seminar, years ago, I was wasn't sure. Why business wasn't working? I was so frustrated. I feel like I was letting people down. I was like discouraged. And I didn't notice two months later. But I went back to remind knows I'm like in desperation mode. I'm looking at my notes doing wrong, and I came upon a quote, and it will never able. Always be with him because it was such a game changer in my book. But if you want to be a millionaire talk them billionaires, because you'll get there a lot quicker. And I'm thinking in my head. It doesn't literally mean talk to billionaires Holly. Literally find those people that have already done, what you're doing in Kutch learning. So for me. I realize instantly on my gosh. My circle of insolence most broke, and I was taking vice when people just because they were older just because they had things to say a little bit more than you. Yeah, that's it. And I was younger, I was twenty two years old twenty one twenty two. So everyone's like, oh, it's fine. If you're twenty one don't worry about it. Terrible advice course in my mentor, that had a couple of years later made his first million at twenty one something different so insolent evaluated my circle of influence and I realized they were acting my thinking, Steiner's, my judgment, my action, my decisions and lower the time spent with me, what's called a making a break, I think everyone can do this. I figured out a maintenance, friends, people that maybe held me down, or thinking big that I felt like a needed to be friends with for a long time, but they they're not doing the right things, and they just you're hanging out with people that, either hold you to high standards or lets you off the hook. There's no other that's either or so. I wrote a list of my main realistic growth, friends people. Challenge people that really made me think bigger and just lowered the time, I spent with my maintenance, friends and raise the Thomas spent with my growth, friends and the biggest thing I could have done and help me that I did was, I got rid of toxic people people that complain Mon. Don't make you feel exceptional life is way too short. We've done this. But how do you feel let me ask you flip it when you get rid of people that are toxic that are negative that don't reach for big heights? What happens when that? I, I feel like sometimes it's a little scary 'cause there's so much past history of the time, it's easy to use the people out of your life that are short term. But the people that are like toxic and Meghan, your life, family and friends, there's a lot of history there. And so I it's scary it doesn't feel good. But later later feels amazing why lowering times the best versus just cutting out at the beginning, and we've all every successful person has done that in a very strategic and honorable way where it's not like you're out of my life. But at some point, you have to say enough is enough and you're getting tolerate. If you tolerate being disrespected, you'll always be disrespectful Telerate being around toxic people. You always be around them. So I realized that if you're around five millionaires, you're going to venture six, if you're around five intelligent, people, you're going to be the six eventually, if you're around five idiots. Anything's going to happen. It's inevitable. So that was a game changer for me. And I wrote a list that night of the five people in my company that were doing really. Well that had the results I wanted. So people always ask me, how'd you get the six figures and six months circle of influence wise? Well, every single person I communicated with that next six months was making between four and five hundred grand. So I wasn't even connecting millionaires yet. But if I'm making zero dollars and I wanna get two hundred thousand and everyone I talked making five hundred how can I not get to six figures? It's impossible. They make. And they were embarrassed making six figures. You wanna get around people that are embarrassed. If you wanna make a million get around people that are just a million learning her. So answer your question. The importance is does nothing more important than who you surround yourself with on a daily basis, because who you're round is who you become. So here I think it's tough though for some people because they go of course. Easy. Everyone would do it. Practical make sense. I I'm ready. I can cut people out of my life. But where can I now come out of my life where can I find these new people? I mean they can join the game. Kathy honest, when you have enough reasons, Mark, and I'll answer this, the way, they probably won't like it, which is fine if you want it bad. Now, if you have enough reasons you will find a way to find people for me. I had no other option. I broke no one would help me moneywise. I was pissed at the time. Now, I think my mom all the time, because she didn't help me out with money. She didn't give any money. Figure this out on your own best thing that ever could happen to me because, yes, I had hunger growing up, but there's no better hunger. When you go dead broken, you, you're frustrated and your discouraged and you don't have anything I couldn't even go to the drive thru. Right. So for me, I win around to events I network, I reached out, and I called twenty thirty people in my company that were the top. Hey, my name's Peter vogue. You have no idea who I am. I'm a newer entrepreneur. I really need your help some didn't help and some helped. And when I started taking advice the best thing happened I saw results. And that's the biggest motivator for people that need to know the next step. You'll know the next step when you're action, ready when you actually make enough reasons when you really cut out the toxic people when you really have the ideal outcome. When you really have your one page plan, and you have clarity, you'll, you'll find the right people that will be my, my kademi has some, you know, people you can reach out to people in my book, actually, I give the exact script, and I was hesitant. But I did it in a lot of people reach out and say, oh, my gosh, I use that exact stripping. With Tim Ferriss Rainer, shocker, whatever. So I gave the strip that I used to reach out to get a hold of Richard Branson donor vein. Such simple, practical steps in here that if somebody tried to give everything in simplified way, and if somebody says Peter votes fire I want to hear more and more and more stuff on a daily basis. Not only where can they get a copy of this? But how can they potentially look at qualifying for the game? So game changers dot com, you have to apply that we only certain type of people that obviously, you're hungry and serious game changes moving dot com slash apply. I love Snapchat. It's my, it's my favorite social media volume emission Twenty-three YouTube videos every week. It's twenty three ambitions be watching. Yeah. Just and I love to connect with you guys family questions..

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06:45 min | 1 year ago

"change academy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So how important is your circle of influence? We've all heard some of the five people you surround yourself with joining us to talk about the subject with us. Peter, she is the founder of the game changes academy and the author of six months to six figures almost two hundred thousand copies sold over four thousand reviews. If you haven't got a copy, you've got to pick it up. Good. Have you on the show by always bringing the fire on the set? You know. So let's talk about circle of influence and I know we're going to go a lot of topics. So to be very honest. This was probably the biggest game changer for me perspective, wise, it's ever happened. So I was at a seminar, years ago, I was wasn't sure why my business wasn't working. I was so frustrated. I feel like I was letting people down. I was like the Sturridge and I didn't notice till like months later, I went back three my nose. I'm like in desparation mode. I'm looking at my notes. I what am I doing wrong and I came upon a quote, and it will never like it will always. Be with me because it was such a game changer in my book. But it's if you want to be a millionaire talked to billionaires because you'll get there a lot quicker. And I'm thinking in my head doesn't literally mean talk to billionaires literally find those people that are already doing in Kutch learning. So for me. I realize instantly on my gosh. My circle of insolence most broke, and I was taking advice from people just because they were older just because they had things to say a little bit more than you. Yeah, that's it. And I was younger, I was twenty two years old twenty one twenty two. So everyone's like, oh, it's fine. If you're broke twenty one don't worry about it. Terrible, of course. And my mentor, that had a couple of years later made his first million at twenty one something different. So instantly, I have valuated my circle of influence and I realized they were affecting my thinking my standards, my judgment. My action, my decisions and lowered the time spent with me, what's called a break. I think everyone can do this. I figured out my maiden. Friends, people that maybe held me down, or thinking big that I felt like a needed to be friends with, because I'm doing for a long time, but they just they're not doing the right things. And they just you're hanging out with people that either hold you high standards or lets you off the hook. There's no other that's either or so. I wrote a list of my main, prince fan, realistic growth, friends, people that actually challenge people that really made me think bigger and I just lowered the time I spent with my maintenance, friends and raise the Thomas bent with my friends and the biggest thing I could have done to help me that I did was, I got rid of toxic people people that can plane Mon. Don't make you feel exceptional life is way too short, we've done this. But how do you feel? Let me ask you flip it when you get rid of people that are talks that are negative that don't reach for big heights. What happens when that? I, I feel like sometimes it's a little scary because there's so much past history of the time, not cut people out your life that are short term. But the people that are like toxic and negative in your life. Family and friends, there's a lot of history there. And so I it's scary and it doesn't feel good. But later later feels amazing. It's quite lowering times. The best versus just cutting out at the beginning, every successful person has done that in a very strategic and honorable way, where it's not like you're out of my life. But at some point, you have to say enough is enough and you're going to tolerate if you tolerate being disrespected, you'll always be disrespected. If you tolerate being around toxic, people, you always be around them. So I realized that if you're around five millionaires, you're going to have six, if you're around five intelligent, people, you're going to be the six of if you're around five idiots. Think's gonna happen. It's inevitable. So that was a game changer for me. And I wrote a list that night of the five people in my company that were doing really. Well that had the results I wanted. So people always ask me, how'd you get the six figures and six months circle of influence wise? Well, every single person I communicated with that next six months was making between four and five hundred I wasn't even connecting with Niners yet. But if I'm making zero dollars, and I want to get two hundred and everyone I talked making five hundred how can I not get to six figures? It's impossible. They make possible. Yeah. And they were embarrassed making six figures, you wanna get around people that are embarrassed. If you wanna make a million get around people that are embarrassed just a million you're learning curve. So to answer your question. The importance is, there's nothing more important than who you surround yourself with on a daily basis, because who you're around is become so here I think it's tough though for some people because they go of course. We'll do it. Practical make sense. I I'm ready. I can cut people out of my life. But where can I now come out where can I find these new people? I mean they can join the game changes to be honest. When you have enough reasons, Mark and all cancer this the way they probably won't like it, which is fine if you want it bad enough. If you have enough reasons you'll find a way to find people for me. I had no other option. I broke no one would help me moneywise. I was pissed at the time. Now, I think my mom all the time because you didn't help me out with money. Any money to figure this out on your own best thing that ever could happen to me because, yes, I had hunger growing up, but there's no better hunger. When you go dead broke. And you you're frustrated and your discouraged and you don't have anything I couldn't even drive right? So for me, I win around to events I network, I reached out, and I called twenty thirty people in my company that were the top. Hey, my name's Peter, you have no idea who I am. I'm a newer entrepreneur. I really need your help some didn't help in some helped, and when I started taking advice, the best thing happened, I saw results, and that's the biggest motivator. So for people that need to know the next step, you'll know the next step when you're action, ready when you actually make enough reasons when you really cut out the toxic people when you really have the ideal outcome and you really have your one page plan, and you have clarity, you'll, you'll find the right people that will be my, my academy has some, you know, people you can reach out to people in my book, actually, I give the exact script, and I was hesitant. But I did a lot of people reach out and say, oh, my gosh. I use that exact strip in. With Tim Ferriss or Maynard shocker, whatever. So I gave the strip that I used to reach out to get a hold of Richard Branson donor vein. There's such simple practical steps in here that if somebody tried to give everything in a simplified way, and if somebody says food fire I wanna hear more and more and more stuff on a daily basis. Not only where can they get a copy of this? But how can they you know, potentially look at qualifying for the game changes the game changers dot com, you have to apply that we only certain types of people that obviously you're hungry and serious game? Changers dot com slash apply. Calm. I love Snapchat. It's my, it's my favorite social media fall out ambition Twenty-three on YouTube videos, every week, it's twenty three ambitions to be watching. On YouTube YouTube. Yeah. Just follow me, and I love.

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Biz Talk Radio

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"change academy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Six forty six fifty. So how important is your circle of influence? We've all heard some of the five people you surround yourself with joining us to talk about the subject with us. Peter she is the founder of the game changes academy and the author of six months to six figures almost two hundred thousand copies sold over four thousand reviews online, if you haven't got a copy you've got to pick it up. Good on the show. Appreciate always go with me. Bringing the fire on the set. So let's talk about circle of influence, and I know we're going to go into a lot of topics. So to be very honest. This was probably the biggest game changer for me, perspective wise, that's ever happened. So I was at a seminar years ago. I was wasn't sure why my business wasn't working. I was so frustrated I feel like I was letting people down discouraged, and I didn't notice two months later. But I went back to read my notes, I'm like in desperation mode. I'm looking at my notes, what am I doing wrong? And I came upon a quote, and it will never like it will always be with me because it was such a game changer in my book. But if you want to be a millionaire talk the billionaires because you'll get there a lot quicker. And I'm thinking in my head. It doesn't literally mean talk to billionaire solid. Doesn't mean literally means find people that have already done what you're doing. And they'll cut your learning curve. So for me. I realize instantly on my gosh, my circle of insolence emotional broke. And I was taking advice from people just because they were older just because they had things to say a little bit more than you. Yeah. That's it. And I was younger. I was twenty two years old twenty one twenty two. So everyone's like, oh, it's fine. If you're you're twenty one don't worry about it. Terrible advice, of course. And my mentor that I had a couple of years later made his first million at twenty one some big difference so instantly. I evaluated my circle of influence, and I realized they were affecting my thinking, my standards, my judgment my action my decisions, and I just lowered the time spent with me what's called a making a break it lists. I think everyone can do this. I figured out my maintenance friends people that maybe helped me down or weren't thinking big that I felt like a needed to be friends with for a long time. But they they're not doing the right things. And they just you're hanging out with people that either hold you high standards or let you off the hook. There's no other either. Or so I wrote a list of my maintenance list of my girlfriends people. Challenge me people that really made me think bigger, and I just lowered the time I spent with my maintenance friends and raise the Thomas was my growth, friends, and the biggest thing I could have done and helped me that I did was I got rid of all toxic people people that complain Mon don't make you feel exceptional. Life is way too short. We've both done this. But how do you feel all let me ask you flip it when you get rid of people that are toxic that are negative that and don't reach for big heights. What happens when that? I I feel like sometimes it's a little scary because there's so much past history. Most of the time not it's easy to usually cut people out of your life that are short term. But the people that are like toxic negative in your life, family and friends. There's a lot of history there. And so I it doesn't feel good. But later later, it feels amazing. It's quite lowering the times the best versus just cutting them out at the beginning. And we've all every success person has done a very strategic and honorable way where it's not like you're out of my life. But at some point you have to say enough is enough and you're gonna tolerate. If you tolerate being disrespected, you'll always be disrespectful. If you tolerate being around toxic people, you always be around them. So I realized that if you're around five millionaires, you're gonna invention six around five intelligent people. You're going to be the six eventual if you're around five idiots. Think's gonna happen. It's inevitable. So that was a game changer for me. Mark. Can I wrote a list that night of the five people in my company that were doing really well it had the results I wanted. So people always ask me, how did you get the six figures and six months circle of influence wise? Well, every single person I communicated with that next six months was making between four and five hundred grand. I wasn't even connecting with millionare's yet. But if I'm making zero dollars, and I wanna get you one hundred thousand and everyone I talked making five hundred how can I not get to six figures? It's impossible they make possible. And they were embarrassed making six figures you want to get around people that are embarrassed. Do you wanna make a million get around people that are embarrassed to make just a million learning curve? And so to answer your question, the importance is there's nothing more important than who you surround yourself with on a daily basis because clear around is become so here, I think it's tough though for some people because they go, of course, it's tough. Easy. Everyone would do it. Practical makes sense. I I'm ready. I can cut these people out of my life. But where can I now come out? Where can I find these new people joined the game changes Cavallo to be honest when you have enough reasons, Mark. And I'll answer this way. They probably won't like it, which is fine. If you want if you have enough reasons you will find a way to find people for me. I had no option. I was broke. No one would help me money wise. I was pissed at the time. Now, I think my mom all the time because she didn't help me out with money. She didn't give me any money. She you have to figure this out on your own best thing that ever could happen to me because yes, I had hunger growing up, but there's no better hunger. When you go dead broken. You you're frustrated and your discouraged, and you don't have any. I couldn't even go to the drive thru. Right. So for me, I went around to events I network, I reached out and I called twenty thirty people in my company that were at the top. Hey, my name's Peterberg. You have no idea who I am. I'm a newer entrepreneur. I really need your help some didn't help and some helped. And when I started taking advice the best thing happened. I saw and that's the biggest motivator for people that need to know. The next step. You'll know the next step when you're actually ready when you're actually make enough reasons when you really cut out the toxic people when you really have the ideal outcome, you really had your one page plan, and you have clarity. You'll you'll find the right people will be at my my academy has some, you know, people you can reach out to people in my book. Actually, I give the exact script, and I was hesitant. But I did it and a lot of people reach out and say, oh my gosh. I use that exact stripped in. With Tim Ferriss or meaner, shocker, whatever. So I gave the scripted. I used to reach out to get a hold of Richard Branson grant cordona. There's such simple practical steps in here that if somebody tried to give everything in a simplified way in if somebody says Peter boots fire, I wanna hear more and more and more of this stuff on a daily basis. Not only where can they get a copy of this? But how can they potentially look at qualifying for the game..

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Biz Talk Radio

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"change academy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Sixty six thirty. So how important is your circle of influence? We've all heard some of the five people you surround yourself with joining us to talk about the subject with us. Peter. She is the founder of the game changes academy and the author of six months to six figures almost two hundred thousand copies sold over four thousand reviews online, if you haven't got a copy you got to pick it up. Good to have you on the show. I always go with me is bringing the fire on the set. So let's talk about circle of influence, and I know we're going to go on a lot of topics. So to be very honest. This was probably the biggest game changer for me, perspective wise, that's ever happened. So I was at a seminar years ago when I was wasn't sure why business wasn't working. I was so frustrated I feel like I was letting people down I was like discouraged, and I didn't notice till months later, but I went back three by knows. I'm like in desperation mode. I'm looking at my notes, I what am I doing wrong? And I came upon a quote, and it will never like will always be with me because it was such a game changer in my book. But if you want to be a millionaire talked to billionaires because you'll get there a lot quicker. And I'm thinking in my head. It doesn't literally mean talk to billionaires Halloween. Mean literally means find people that have already done what you're doing. And they'll cut your learning curve. So for me. I realize instantly. Oh my gosh. My circle of influence, most of them are broke. And I was taking advice from people just because they were older just because they had things to say it a little bit more than you. Yeah. That's it. And I was younger. I was twenty two years old twenty one twenty two. So everyone's like, oh, it's fine. If you're broke your twenty one don't worry about it. Terrible. Of course. And my mentor that I had a couple of years later made his first million at twenty one big different. So instantly. I evaluated my circle of influence, and I realized they were affecting my thinking, my Steiner's judgment, my action my decisions, and I just lowered the time spent with me what's called a making a break it less. I think everyone can do this. I figured out a maintenance friends people that maybe helped me down or weren't thinking big that I felt like a needed to be friends with him for a long time. But they're not doing the right things. And they just you're hanging out with people that either hold you high standards or let you off the hook. There's no other either. So I wrote a list of my main list of my growth friends, people that actually challenged me people that really made me think bigger, and I just lowered the time I spent with my maintenance and raise the Thomas bent was my growth, friends, and the biggest thing I could have done an helped me that. I did was I got rid of all toxic people people that complain Mon don't make you feel exceptional. Life is way too short. We both done this. But how do you feel all let me ask you flip it when you get rid of people that are talks at that are negative that and don't reach for big heights. What happens when I I feel like sometimes it's a little scary because there's so much past history. Most of the time it's easy to usually cut people out of your life that are short term. But the people that are like toxic and negative in your life, family and friends. There's a lot of history there. And so I it's scary. And it doesn't feel good. But later later, it feels amazing. It's quite lowering the times the best person just cutting them out of the beginning. And we've all every successful person has done in a very strategic and honorable way where it's not like you're out of my life. But at some point you have to say enough is enough, and you're gonna tolerate tolerate being disrespected, you'll always been disrespected if you tolerate being around toxic people, you always be around them. So I realized that issue around five millionaires you're gonna advanced six if you're around five intelligent people. You're going to be the six if you're around five idiots. Anything's gonna happen. It's inevitable. So that was a game changer for me, Mark. And I wrote a list that night of the five people in my company that were doing really well that had the results I wanted. So people always ask me. How'd you get the six figures at six months circle of influence wise? Well, every single person I communicated with that next six months was making between four and five hundred grand wasn't even connecting with millionaires yet. But if I'm making zero dollars, and I wanna get two hundred thousand and everyone I talked to was making five hundred how can I not get to sixteen years? It's impossible. They make that possible. And they were embarrassed making six figures you want to get around people that are embarrassed. Do you wanna make a million get around people that are embarrassed to make just a million? That's how you your learning curve. And so to answer your question, the importance is there's nothing more important than who you surround yourself with on a daily basis because who you're around is you become so here, I think it's tough for some people because they go, of course. Easy. Everyone would do it. Practical makes sense. I I'm ready I can cut people out of my life. But where can I now come out in my life? Where can I find these new people? Join the game changes, the Cavallo honest when you have enough reasons Mark, and I'll answer this the way they probably won't like it, which is fine. If you want it bad enough, if you have enough reasons you will find a way to find people for me. I had no other option. I was broke. No one would help me money wise. I was pissed at the time. Now, I think my mom all the time because she didn't help me out with money. She didn't give me any money. She was yet to figure this out on your own best thing that ever could happen to me because yes, I had hunger growing up, but there's no better hunger. When you go dead broken. You you're frustrated and your discouraged, and you don't have anything. I couldn't even go to the drive thru. Right. So for me I win around to events. I network I reached out and I called twenty thirty people in my company that were at the top. Hey, my name's Peterberg has no idea who I am. I'm a newer entrepreneur. I really need your help. Some didn't help. And some helped. And when I started taking that advice. The best thing happened. I saw results, and that's the biggest motivator for people that need to know. The next step. You'll know the next step when you're actually ready when you're actually make enough reasons when you really cut out the talks people when you really have the ideal outcome, and you really have your one page plan, and you have clarity you'll you'll find the right people that are there will be at my my academy has some, you know, people you can reach out to people in my book. Actually, I give the exact stripped, and I was hesitant. But I did it and a lot of people reach out and say, oh my gosh. I use that exact stripped and worked with Tim Ferriss, Maynard, shocker, whatever. So I gave the script that I use to reach out to get a hold of Richard Branson. Grant cardona. There's such simple practical steps in here that have some I tried to give everything in a simplified way. And if somebody says Peter votes fire, I wanna hear more and more and more of this stuff on a daily basis, not only where can they get a copy of this? But how can they potentially look at.

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Biz Talk Radio

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"change academy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Six nine thirty four fourteen. So how important is your circle of influence? We've all heard some of the five people you surround yourself with joining us to talk about the subject with us. Peter is the founder of the game changes academy and the author of six months to six figures almost two hundred thousand copies sold over four thousand reviews online, if you haven't got a copy you got to pick it up on the show. I always go with me bringing the fire on the set. So let's talk about circle of influence, and I know we're going to go on a lot of topics. So to be very honest. This was probably the biggest game changer for me, perspective wise, that's ever happened. So I was at a seminar years ago. I was wasn't sure why my business wasn't working. I was so frustrated I feel like I was letting people down I was like discouraged, and I didn't notice toy months later. But I went back through my notes, I'm like in desperation mode. I'm looking at my notes, I what am I doing wrong? And I came upon a quote, and it will never like it will always be with me. Such a game changer in my book. But if you want to be a millionaire talk to billionaires because you'll get a lot quicker. And I'm thinking in my head. It doesn't literally mean talk to billionaires. Doesn't mean literally finals it means find people that have already done what you're doing. And they'll cut your learning curve. So for me. I realize instantly. Oh my gosh. My circle of insolence most broke, and I was taken from people just because they were older just because they had things to say we had a little bit more than you. Yeah. That's it. And I was younger. I was twenty two years old twenty one twenty two. So everyone's like, oh, it's fine. If you're broke your twenty one don't worry about it. Of course, my mentor that I had a couple of years later made his first million at twenty one something different staff, so instantly. I evaluated my circle of. And I realized they were affecting my thinking, my Steiner's, my judgment my action my decisions, and I just lowered the time spent with me what's called them making a break it lists. I think everyone can do this. I figured out my maintenance friends people that maybe helped me down or weren't thinking big that I felt like a needed to be. For a long time. But they just they're not doing the right things. And they just hanging out with people that either hold you high standards or lets you off the hook. There's no other either. Or so I wrote a list of my main list of my growth friends, people that actually challenge me people that really made me think bigger, and I just lowered the time spent with my maintenance, friends and raise the Thomas bent was my growth friends, and the biggest thing I could have done and helped me that I did was I got rid of all toxic people people that complain Mon don't make you feel exceptional. Life is way too short. We vote done this. But how do you feel? Let me ask you will flip it when you get rid of people that are toxic that are negative that don't reach for big heights. What what happens when I I feel like sometimes it's a little scary because there's so much past history. Most of the time it's easy to use the people out of your life that are short term. But the people that are like toxic and negative in your life, family and friends. There's a lot of history there. And so I it's scary. And it doesn't feel good. But later later it feels. Amazing. Why lowering the times the best? I it just cutting them out at the beginning. And we've all ever successful person has done that in a very strategic and honorable way where it's not like you're out of my life. But at some point you have to say enough is enough and you're gonna get exactly what you tolerate tolerate being disrespected. He'll always disrespected if you tolerate being around toxic people always be around them. So I realized that is your around five millionaires. You're gonna adventure six if you're around five intelligent people. You're going to be the six eventual if you're around five. Think's gonna happen. It's inevitable. So that was a game changer for me, Mark. And I wrote a list that night of the five people in my company that were doing really well it had the results I wanted. So people always ask me. How'd you get the six figures and six months circle of influence wise? Well, every single person I communicate that next six months was making between the more than five hundred grams I wasn't even connecting with donors yet. But if I'm making zero dollars, and I wanna get you hundred thousand everyone I talked to was making five hundred how can I not get to six fears? It's impossible they make them possible. And they were embarrassed making six figures you want to get around people that are embarrassed. If you wanna make a million get around people that are embarrassed to make just a million. That's what you're learning curve house. So to answer your question, the importance is there's nothing more important than who used surround yourself with on a daily basis because who you're around it's become so here, I think it's tough though for some people because they go, of course. Easy. Everyone would do it. Practical makes sense. I I'm ready. I can cut these people out of my life. But where can I now come on? Where can I find these new people? I mean, they can join the game changes to pretend to be honest when you have enough reasons Mark, and I'll answer this the way they probably won't like it, which is fine. If you want it bad enough, if you have enough reasons you will find a way to find people for me. I had no other option. I was broke. No one would help me money wise. I was pissed at the time. Now, I think my mom all the time because she didn't help me out with money. She didn't give me any money. She was yet to figure this out on your own best thing that ever could happen to me because yes, I had hunger growing up, but there's no better hunger. When you go dead broken. You you're frustrated and your discouraged, and you don't have any. I couldn't even throw the drive to right. So for me. I went around to events I network, I reached out and I called twenty thirty people in my company that were at the top. Hey, my name's Peterberg has no idea who I am. I'm a newer entrepreneur. I really need your help. Some didn't help. And some helped. And when I started taking that advice. The best thing happened. I saw results, and that's the biggest motivator for people that need to know. The next step. You'll know the next step when you're actually ready when you're actually make enough reasons when you really cut out the toxic people when you really have the ideal outcome, and you really have your one page plan, and you have clarity you'll you'll find the right people that are will be at my my academy has some, you know, people you can reach out to people in my book. Actually, I give the exact script, and I was hesitant. But I did it in a lot of people reach out and say, oh my gosh. I use that exact stripped in worked with Tim Ferriss or Maynard shocker, whatever. So I gave the script that I used to reach out to get a hold of Richard Branson and brand Cardona. There's such simple practical section here that if somebody tried to give everything in a simplified way in if somebody says Peter boots fire, I want to hear more and more and more of this stuff on a daily basis, not only where can they get a copy of this? But how can they potentially look at qualifying for the game changers. 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"change academy" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"I thought that that script delivers that kind of Aaron Sorkin patter that that snappy dialogue that writers kind of relish. I know I don't think the movie doing very well at the box office. But look at molly's game last year that didn't do necessarily that. Well, I know that Sorkin that the different kind of thing Sorkin read onto himself. And I know that right Mun is not the the writer on the front runners written by two other guy. Is I don't know people seem to take his films more seriously in the screenplay category. I para you, look shaking your head. So I don't I don't think this is happening. I actually haven't even seen it yet. And it became less of a priority for me after I believe it premiered at what was telluride. And I started to hear some some not super positive things about it. So I just I pushed it aside for a little while. And I wouldn't be surprised if some other people out there took on the same metality when there's other heavier hitters that should be the priority to see ASAP. I felt like the screenplay was was probably the weakest link of front runner because first of all it's an election year. Second of all just you know, Gary Hart nine hundred eighty eight. I mean, I remember that that whole thing pretty vividly by in the end after watching the film. I didn't I didn't care, and I also didn't feel like if they gave it showed Gary Hart, any empathy like EMMY sort of came across as. Being such a dick that I didn't care about him. I forum at all. And I remember. Yeah. I did see the tell you, right. The first day of telluride which consisted of the old man and the gun, then I man and then the front runner and well two out of three ain't bag because I I'll admit it's alone, chug. It's a crazy shot. I will I'm prepared to eat those words, well, what else is on your article. So the rest of the films that had SARS born I man beautiful blow. We talked about leave. No trace, obviously, there are a few other ones crazy, rich Asians. I mean, just based on its success alone widows as you mentioned briefly, Scott that's a good one wildlife. I still need to see, but people are really seem to play. Kassala Dino's adaptation, then the only other one that I saw listed amongst all the the goal derby. Once was the death of Stalin, which I have in death of stock came out in April our Bondo. Could she be peeves is the executive producer of veep that movie is razor razor, sharp political satire possibly that? Does have a very good chance. Now that you brought that up. I've got one more on my honorable mention list, and it's Black Panther. So that's not gain. I don't know. I do that. I see this one being an outlier that could make some noise in certain categories. And if we if we've seen superhero movies creep into the Oscars it's pretty much in the screenplay category. So not including the technical stuff. But also, I mean buckle Jordan's been getting some talk. I I don't know you never know. And I just feel like with the with the changing academy and all of the young new voters in it. You never know. We could see the door open wide enough to have a big money making crowd-pleaser. That's also a good movie in there like forever book the forever. Okay. This is going to be tough. All right..

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"change academy" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"She's undoubtedly interesting person who's lived in interesting life, but like so, yeah, I think that, you know, I think there are a lot of different ways to make a documentary. We get used to sort of certain standard. We talking head archival footage, you know, well, or whether it's, you know, air Morris or or even, you know, Ken burns or whatever, but and free soloist is is not doesn't do anything crazy with its filmmaking necessarily, but they happen to be there and they also knew it to do with it and they knew how to. I mean, it's not hurrying climbing, eight guys hanging off the edge of the cliff, you know, and all that stuff on the. So I think that, like I think on the technical merits, it's exceeds and then on the whether they're exit or not. And then but like I said, you know, there's also this more thoughtful side to it that I find interesting. And you know, while I'm criticizing beloved documentaries, I don't think the miss Roger stark mentors, very good. I haven't seen RGB our BG get big for that. Same reason that David SIMS, my fellow phone critic said is like, I that stresses me out. I will watch it before year's end. Of course. But yes, know right now I would vote for free solo, but I'm biased. I guess. I think I think it might come down to. We've talked about the changing demographic of the academy, and we are aware that the kademi is pushing for more popular films whether literally or otherwise to be included in order to, you know, rep interest for audiences watching on ABC next year, whatever you know, which is whether or not that's why they wanna do a pilot film categories definitely is, but I can see them whatever power they might have all of this. You know, what are you might say about mister Rogers doc, or g. or three dental strangers, like these are films that so many people I know saw you know, and so and for what a huge difference in the documentary category where usually we have to explain to people what these various documentaries are 'cause they've not seen them or heard of them, but there are at least three and then maybe four going solo manages to hit wide. The people are familiar with. Within excited about, and I will just, you know, take this opportunity to lovingly disagree with with Richard because I thought the Mr. Rogers documentary, maybe not as like a piece of art, but as a piece of of film filmmaking or fund five times at the movies, maybe that makes me basic. But the Mr. Rogers documentary really worked on me. So I'd say one more thing for free solo. When you talk about the changing academy, any kademi member under forty five has probably met CHAI by now. She is like that is one social person. She's very well connected. She's incredibly charming and Len lovely, and she's puts in the hours to to get to know people. So she will be a major asset for that film. If it does proceed when I did the Hyun as she made me feel like I was the only person who'd ever interviewed her about this film and she thank you so much and it was like, no, she's she's good at this to be reckoned with. So this week I wanted to talk to you.

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"change academy" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Yeah it says big moment that's great joe on the topic of it being really hard to predict your soccer's do you wanna predict oscars let's do that jump right back into it it's hard to know where to start because it's just really a list of a ton about coming movies but last year you know you said here's the real obvious one coming down the pike does it feel like there's a dunkirk in here that we're all going to be looking at for months and months as a as a heavy hitter it's funny because i was sort of thinking about how spectacularly bad i did it predicting last year and i had a much like i thought i had a much better handle on the race last year than i do this year this year seems like a whole lot of stuff that like maybe could possibly but there's no there isn't a dunkirk in here i think and i think a lot of that is you know we talk about the changing academy and i think the kennedys always going to go for unimportant movie but i think what they define as important is shifting and has shifted where before it would be a lot of like you know costume dramas and important biopics would be sort of slam dunks and they're still like darkest hour was biopic and and and things like that but i think there's a lot more importance put on movies that are you know important now and in you know in the moment and i think the only thing though you know i said last year about comey by name that it's important to have you know it's almost like a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush where like if you know a movie has like connected with people that so much better than like thinking a movie will connect with people which is why i feel like black panther if not to be a front runner but like black panther is a nominee feels like a really good call right now just because they feel like.

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"change academy" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"No question yeah i mean we're we are consciously trying to make these books evergreen which is both a blessing in occurs cements blessing in a sense that that it's still relevant ten years later but it's a curse in that when you're trying to promote the book there's no news hook to it you know it's an it's not like gets just riding the current trend or or fad uh and in fact when i look back at the books most of the things that i cringe at are things that are are or were at the time timely like there's a couple of paris hilton jokes in made to stick and you know people that read an hour like who the hell's paris hilton uh so so weird were conscious of how do we how do we create something that's practical for people matches this year but hopefully ten years later i became really interested in watching this change academy piece of your life come to fruition because that focus if i'm not mistaken is really on the social sector and helping leadership within that some curious is that just sort of the academic mix sway of where you were going or that become an anchor at some point more recently the chain academy was something that grew out of the work the chip at night on on our books because you know we've got books about leading change and communicating better and making better decisions and so i was trying to find a way to kinda muster those tool sets on behalf of people that are fighting for social change and so we have been treating the change academy really like on an entrepreneurial business even though it's not a businesses unattended to make money is intended to serve but we've been going through all these different it a rations of what is the change of cadmium what is the best way to serve people and i'll be honest i i still think were there yet we've tried a lot of very different formats ranging from you know more leadership style workshop where we bring in people from different organizations of former cohort and we hang together for six months and and others have been single organization with a single issue where we try to get the right minds together to tackle some big strategic meaty issue that they're struggling with an and leave with the resolution.

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"change academy" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Ram story a sniffer instagram and twitter twitter snippet so i do one podcast it goes my podcast i get an article from it i get instagram's stories instagram snippet in a twitter snippet in all in one so this is me spinning's twenty thirty minutes and he goes to four or five different platforms i think people need to start thinking in terms of leverage and streamline versus doing a podcast then doing a video for youtube then writing an article and then building another video based on instagram that's the first thing reduce i have a team that does all that for me and the biggest thing is making sure you're consistent on each platform so i have a time line every single week my team knows win the send me certain things when things are coming out we ever social media line a win my youtube videos come out when posting my snippets when we are promoting a webinar an advance so it starts with having a thinking ahead streamlining and making sure of have the right people to fulfil that and we've gone through a lot of people but now we've finally have the right team that is really really good at when i'm not that good at so it's it's figuring out your weaknesses and hiring people that complements your weaknesses you can only focus on your strength i don't know how to edit videos i don't know how to create snippets i'm gonna to do any of that so i just thought through what i need to make sure my brand is consistent engaging and i create a time line for my team to get that to me to do use a certain platform for scheduling and content management or or distribution right yeah my team my team uses a we just use google docks for for like all the scheduling calendars ochre and they give me in in google folders like i have my mix tape and i have my my game changes academy snippets so i get i think it's like twenty of those a month and i don't know if that was what you're asking we use a specific programme for like keeping track of all that which is just google docks coal young utter no fewer using like let's just say fruit sweet or.

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"change academy" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on WCTC

"Insurance provider network out of network is so many changes academy make sure head spin some time john what's going to happen in 2018 with physician networks bear wait for seven years to try to what's ring to really rain had the out of network provider that really over charges uh most physicians don't do that most physicians are out of network because they have difficulty negotiating effective reimbursement agreements with a third party tires that doesn't mean by definition there gauging the system they're trying to cover their costs and we do have a lack of leverage between the physician groups and the third party pairs in new jersey because of how many patients these payers cover so we're who the physicians need the out of networked option to try to level the playing field most physicians are in network uh and most decisions issues wanna be a network but the existence need to be reimbursed to cover their costs and provide them with appropriate reimbursement to provide quality of care to cover john it's been great information this morning i hosted an event last night's uh for partnership for a drug free new jersey other doing statewide town halls with law enforcement and the prosecutors and a rehabilitation and recovery people just talking about ideas about fighting the opioid epidemic that we have here in new jersey at one of the main concerns that was brought by the audience members and attendees last night where pitfalls and obstacles and roadblocks for people who are seeking rehabilitation people that want their lives back from being crushed by the addiction of opioids and other addictive drugs are being told that well there's not enough beds said the insurance dozen coverage to medicare will not cover you do you see in 2018 john with with the epidemic that were fighting here in new jersey with addiction opioids and other drugs that may be they'll be some uh maybe fewer road locks for people that want to get.

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"change academy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"change academy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Might leave china very inconvenient people trying to pipe with iin queen outright and gown i you know i would go out pay the money laker and then people populate eiryu for one person to another he did it go knowing why you and i are you and then you go to by having from militia and it had invited you to hey hey hey i am hope had eiryu came off with a good guy you've written in poor keep an economy it for the money i know pay and i are you having to the piece of paper out passing around and it acquired be a value all of its own now tim you mention one of the inventions obviously paper money as the one that's maybe most often overlooked what are some other ones you listed like barbed wire what are some other ones he about all of very important who shaped the american midwest abraham lincoln occupied cutting are anyone can go and had a i head and they have the legal right proper pay but when the feckless get out there in the eighteen note worth it nothing make from seattle an urgent need pete beck had and pat going hey i'm bob dwyer it payton shortly afterwards and we did a few years they're making enough ballpoint pen time around the world week arable damage all native americans and indeed on the old time cowboys but aidid comfortable with your and it was invented pretty much the same time have a heart it won't okaba kelleher and nobody talked about outbound wire another example epic hurry important is the shipping container we live in a globalised economy in order politicoeconomic got globalization and we think about trade negotiations and create coq but the probably the most important that we could he hip and containers because it made it so much she her uh and more reliable to hit a high around the world that is tim harford the book is fifty inventions this shape the modern economy his answer the plow really surprised that was released shocking to me and also barbed wire like who would think those were right he really great inventions that's not what i mean i would think like tp as their their computers cellular as has gone either bhzee say you know basic conventions but inventions at changed academies in the early part of us civilization campos for 26 at wtmj it.

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