17 Burst results for "Chris Mansky"

"chris mansky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is Leadership. Um, you know, the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the email or the zoom call. You know, they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach where you recognize? Stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team. That is a important part of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional mistake's this happens when we're just we're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the fax. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive covert 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite. This holiday season. Wal Mart helps you give them hours of endless fun with Lego City bring their imagination to life with exciting stories of thrilling adventures on the water or on land. Wal Mart helps you give them everything because Lego bricks can.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Covert 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we work. What we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, or yo uh, really, uh, smashing somebody into the rocks, you know, on Facebook that that can come back to haunt you. Thanks, Chris. Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up next pets that have their own allergies. Today. I'm here with Josh One executive vice president and chief business development officer at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Josh over the biggest challenges for M E D. C from the pandemic mission was one of the hardest hit states by Kobe 19 and the Emily See what we did is we immediately began focusing on economic response measures from Kobe 19. Support our businesses, our communities and our workforce and every region of the state. The first closures of businesses here in Michigan as result of pandemic happened on March 16. And it was on March 19th that we launched our first financial tools to help small businesses never.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Know, there's this is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need tol really recognize what their folks they're dealing with? Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is Leadership. From, you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the email or the zoom call. You know, they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach where you recognize? Stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team. That is a important part of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional mystics. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the fax. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Lot full approach that that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we work. What we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really, um, smashing somebody into the rocks, you know, on Facebook that that can come back to haunt you. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up next pets that have their own allergies. Today. I'm here with Josh One executive vice president and chief business development officer at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Josh. What were the biggest challenges for M e D. C from the pandemic mission was one of the hardest hit states by Kobe 19 and the Emily See what we did is we immediately began focusing on economic response measures from Kobe 19 to support our businesses, our communities and our workforce and every region. Have to state. The first closures of businesses here in Michigan as result of pandemic happened on March 16. And it was on March 19th that we launched our first financial tools to help small.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You know that this is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need tol really recognize what their folks they're dealing with? Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is Leadership. From, you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the email or the zoom call. You know, they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional mistake's this happens when we're just we're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the fax. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management, also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive covert.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is Leadership. From, you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the email or the zoom call. You know, they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach where you recognize? Stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team. That is a important part of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional mistake's this happens when we're just we're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the fax. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management, also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive covert 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we work. What we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and Kevin hundreds.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken. You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and their employees. These teams still have to create value and the relevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period. Right? Maybe March, April May and then a lot of folks thought, well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this cranked up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know this is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need to really recognize what their folks they're dealing with. Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you referenced the holidays. Increased anxiety. Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thought full. Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were ah, proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when your computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up next. How we make money management harder than it has to be. Capital. One checking and savings accounts have no fees or.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken. You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and the employees. These teams still have to create value and the relevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period, right? Maybe March, April May And then a lot of folks thought, Well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this cranked up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know this is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need to really recognize what their folks they're dealing with. Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. Right? So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership. From, you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know, they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were, uh proclaiming to the world, how you feel politically, your you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room with your computer screen, and they don't They just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up next. How we make money management harder than it has to be. Capital. One checking and savings accounts have no fees or.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Know there is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need Teo really recognized what their folks they're dealing with because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to you have I have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. Right? So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership. From, you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know, they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing which coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were ah, proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that and say we no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when their computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from, and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful, thoughtful approach. That's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Cupid 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that until Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home and they're reaching out to social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see the future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media, then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you We're, uh proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your, you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and legally Writing in your company can see that and say we no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you. Because of these posts. Absolutely. It could get really dangerous. People are alone in that room with the computer screen and they don't I just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris. Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken, You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and their employees. These teams still have to create value and irrelevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period, right? Maybe March, April May And then a lot of folks that you know, in the summer. We'll get this crank up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know this is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need to really recognize what their folks air dealing with because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fun building going on. But not anymore. All right, So you referenced the holidays. Increased anxiety. Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thought full. Thoughtful approach. It's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were ah, proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when your computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken. You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and their employees. These teams still have to create value and irrelevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period. Right? Maybe March, April May and then a lot of folks thought, well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this crank up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know there is a stressful time without a pandemic. You know, leaders need Teo really recognize what their folks air dealing with because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you referenced the holidays. Increased anxiety. Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something it's a little bit out of norm, recognizing which coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thought full. Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive covert 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were, uh proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really know, smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room with their computer screen, and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"There's something it's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when their computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken. You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and their employees. These teams still have to create value and irrelevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period. Right? Maybe March, April May and then a lot of folks thought, well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this cranked up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know this is a stressful time without a pandemic. You know, leaders need Teo really recognize what their folks air dealing with because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you referenced the holidays. Increased anxiety. Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team is a important part of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were ah, proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really know, smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when their computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on WTVN

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken. You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and the employees. These teams still have to create value and the relevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period, right? Maybe March, April May And then a lot of folks thought, Well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this cranked up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know, this is a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need Teo really recognized what their folks they're dealing with because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you reference the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach that's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that until Yes, well, a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were ah, proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when their computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken, You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and their employees. These teams still have to create value and irrelevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period, right? Maybe March, April May And then a lot of folks thought, Well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this cranked up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know, there's a stressful time without a pandemic Leaders need Teo really recognize what their folks they're dealing with? Because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. All right, So you referenced the holidays. Increased anxiety. Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thoughtful Thoughtful approach. It's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive.

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"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"chris mansky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chris, How do you see it? Yes, it definitely has become something different. You know there was the disruption. But now I think we can say that typical lines of communication have been broken, You know, office spaces have emptied and the need to produce has not changed leaders and their employees. These teams still have to create value and irrelevant in the marketplace. And the marketplace is not the same because there was a honeymoon period, right? Maybe March, April May And then a lot of folks thought, Well, you know, in the summer, we'll get this cranked up again, but that honeymoon period's gone. Yeah, Not only is it gone, but you know, time is passing. And so now we're closing in on the holiday season. So you know this is a stressful time without a pandemic. You know, leaders need Teo really recognize what their folks air dealing with because During the summer. Like you said it was it was accepted to, you know, have a have a little bit of fumbling going on. But not anymore. Right? So you referenced the holidays. Increased anxiety? Obviously. What do you recommend here for some folks? Well, I think the first thing is The leadership from you know the team lead the company lead. It needs to be more than just the male or the zoom call. You know they're there needs to be a genuine approach to the individuals that make up the team. You know, with that authentic approach, where you recognize the stress that they're under and what they individually bring to the team That is a important part. Of what I think is going to help organizations deal with the next 2 to 3 months. One of the other issues, too, that you brought up was avoiding emotional mistakes, meaning what and then how Yes. So the emotional stakes. This happens when we're just We're dealing with a little bit too much. Which that's what everyone is facing right now. And so we jump a little too soon. We make a decision without all the facts. And I just cannot overstate the value of remaining calm and thoughtful. And I think that that advice is not just for the you know the people on the ground getting the work done, but also leadership when they see that their team Is dealing with that stress or when there's something that's a little bit out of norm, recognizing where it's coming from and staying calm and exuding that will thought full. Thoughtful approach. It's very valuable. Speak with Chris Mansky. He's the founder of Mansky Wealth Management's also author of an upcoming book called The Prepared Investor. We're talking about his tips to help employees survive Covad 19. You also talked about keeping your options open and seeking privacy. What would that entail? Yes, well, so a lot of times when we see the quarantine You know the typical approach to it. It's people that are at home, and they're reaching out through social media and privacy is almost the exact opposite of Social media. What we look what we're going to see is we're going to see that future leaders are made during quarantine. And part of that is what were you doing on social media? Because if you Kept a sense of privacy and kept your professional demeanor on social media. Then there's nothing more to talk about. But if you were ah, proclaiming to the world how you feel politically, your you know, really know, smashing somebody into the rocks on Facebook that can come back to haunt you and and and legally. Right. I mean, your company, Khun. See that? And say We no longer want you here and we have a right to get rid of you because of these posts. Absolutely. It can get really dangerous. People are alone in their room when their computer screen and they don't they just don't feel the same threat. Thanks, Chris Chris Mansky again. The book is called the prepared Investor. Coming up next. How we make money management harder than it has to be. Other banks charge fees on savings and checking accounts doesn't sound good. Does it? Capital one reimagined banking,.

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