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"craig valentine" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"I've written books read and today. You're gonna learn about ten books that i've read this year. That had a huge impact on me personally and professionally They've made me a bunch more money and they've shown me that the path i'm on is the right one into stay strong so i'm going to share with you. These ten books today on this episode early to rise radio there my books. Twenty twenty one even though it's kind of early to sum up the year but you know we're heading into september and that's the season for for us to be learning so this will be the books that you know. Maybe some of these books. You should read before the end of the year. And i know some of them. If you're an entrepreneur you absolutely positively must read. I guaranteed these are essential reading. And you're also going to learn the one book that. If i was king of the world i would force every single person to read when they were a teenager and then again when they hit age twenty one and then maybe every couple of years for the rest of their life. They need this book. So let's jump into it. I'm your host. Craig valentine this early to rise radio show and you know. I've mentioned before that. I've written books. I've written three books. The perfect day formula after i wrote the perfect a formula. I realized i wrote the wrong book. Seven days in the week craig and so i went back and wrote the perfect week formula. Which is the best book of the three in my opinion and in the opinion of readers. And then i also in between those two books wrote something. Called unstoppable how to get through hello overcoming anxiety and dominating business and in life and.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Each time. I do it. It gets easier and easier each time to like. I got this trip coming up. I'm supposed to be skydiving when navy. Seals is probably the last thing in the world. I want to do is jump out of an airplane but i'm gonna come back from this trip in a few weeks and unless it got cancelled or i died like it's going to happen like i'm gonna do it. It's like you have to act in spite of that fear. You've heard the word fear less before it doesn't even military people and guys you think are super brave and have courage doesn't mean that they're not afraid everybody's afraid they just fear less so eventually you train yourself in these situations to keep making decisions. It's one of our core. Values is decisiveness. Which means don't sit there for six months over a stupid decision that you should have decided months ago make a decision move on and if it's wrong decision you're still learning from it. It's not a failure and you're going to get better and you keep going or you got the guy that's got the paralysis by analysis and they just stand there thinking about it for a year and they haven't moved or done anything where i'm gonna keep moving and half of the stuff's going to be wrong but down the road. I'm gonna be a lot farther along. Because i kept moving forward as our friend. Craig valentine says. Action beats anxiety. Yeah in the keyword. What really jumped out to me. There is is. You said you've trained yourself over years over a decade plus of exposure to these difficult decisions making getting these uncomfortable rooms being around those type.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"When i was in university and study group said we go in and i remember being in my master's program and we'd have study groups that i knew my time with my turn was coming that i need to say something. You just petrified. I would be so afraid. So in that process as i. I my background as a speech language pathologist so once i started my career i was kind of forced to do presentations and just came face to face with my inadequacy so as i began to have my own personal transformation in terms of why goes fears. Were there some of those big fears. Then i began to test it out. And i fell flat on my face so many problems so many times and i actually came to a point where i said to myself. You know what. I'm probably not cut out for this. I am not an extrovert. I'm not talented. This is not a natural talent for me so we shouldn't be doing speaking. That was until i met. Craig valentine who became my mentors and i in the process of this learned that what makes up the effective communication is only ten percent talent and ninety percents skills absolutely so this type this time tonight made me really excited about okay so i actually can learn this and so i began to. That's you know. Tell the whole story but there but quickly did everything. I kid to become the best speaker that because this is what i found is that even though i struggled with it inside my heart it was just such a longing to make a difference in people's lives and i knew that the opportunities that i had right that i wanted to do that so i thought this passion i've got a i've got to give some skills to their so actually a number of years ago after i had been open my business as a speaking coach i came across this interview with the number of event planners who were event planners for these influential stages and they were on this paddle and people were asking him about. How do you get state. How'd you get old stages and so on. And they said that one of the biggest problems said they had at time was not finding women's speakers. They they they could find women's speakers but finding women speakers who had three named skill sets that they were looking for. Because you see the they wanted them to match that of male counterpart part because of the kind of audiences if they had they needed women who could capture audience attention. Give a clear concise message not be all over the place yes and have a clear call to action. Have a strong call to action ha joint. He's everything else under the sun. Yes so again. It's not what you've how you do. And i thought you are learnable skills to that shifted. And i just felt compelled to say you know what i'm going to just focus on developing the women to help them learn these skills to that they can because i have such a passion for women to find their voice and to be in funded the influential stadium now z. Encouraging all at the same time i have been at corporation sitting at big company meetings and you know they go to these big bureaus and they find the speaker and the speaker comes in and she reads from a manuscript and the entire audience is looking around going. Did they really pay her. What so she could read to us. How does this happen. You know. I mean because certain people have big names i you know i saw a linked in post from a guy who i'd never seen before but you know if one person in your community like something it shows up in your feet but apparently he's been absolutely great speaker and he's telling the story about how a friend referred him to a gig and he typically will share his fee and at this particular time they said. Oh we don't have the budget you know. And he went on and did it because of his friend and so he got there rock their socks off state for the rest of the day. Talk to students talk to teachers. Talk to whoever and went back home not thinking anything of it just did his best and he said some three weeks later he got a check in the mail for three times what he asked and an apology and ultimately they apologize because they didn't think he had a big name so they didn't think that he could carry it in my excited to respond to him. I don't even know him. And i said you know what i find that many of the best speakers don't have big names big books big celebrity anything but they have a big message and they can carry that message. What can you say to reinforce service in my listeners. Because i have a lot of folks that will say oh well who am i. Why should i. It's so it's so good. You know again. Another phrase i use with my clients is and this is again something. I picked up my training and along my journey. But you want to. People want to know that you're similar and not special because if you are big name person who you know. Maybe you climb kilimanjaro. Or you overcame this major thing. You have this just major thing. That is out of the box. People can't relate. The mass number of people cannot relate to you so they'll think well that's just you. I can't do that. I wasn't brought up with that kind of a background. I wasn't. I don't have that convey degree. Or whatever they they'll make excuses but when you tell a story that rings people brings a connection with people to let them know that you know what i'm just like you and so everybody has one of those stories. It's about finding and being able to unearth and use those stories in a way that you do make the connection. Or what do you have for my listeners. My clients center out there. That are saying you know what this is. What i think. I'm supposed to do but y me. And then what can they do to get ready. Well why if you have a desire that. I think you need a encourage you to follow that because i believe that each one of us has a unique to fight. Each one of us has a differentiator. In our dna. Makes us unique is individuals in terms of our fingerprint are in our i. We have a voice print. I believe we each have unique life story. That's meant to be told in a unique message that were meant to put out there. That only a certain only some people will hear from us and not hear from someone else and so it's within your capacity to put it out there but if you struggle with that i want encourage you to do whatever you need to find out what you need to do to become. More effective is just getting clear is being able to put together message and tap into l. michelle's company. She's got the coach's part of it. Yeah go ahead show us show us. Yeah oh yeah clogging here. This is something you can start with and i. It's it's my book called speak with impact fifty two speaking tips for women to build confidence clarity and influence and yemeni man could benefit from it lot men and then you can also go to my website. Lisa vanderpump dot com and sign up at my free speaking.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"I'm always looking at the threads. I'm looking at what's trending and specifically see this on lincoln more and more people trying to translate their personal brand to other social media platforms and even in real life. You know and i always be people up speaking. They take pictures of themselves on and they showed the social proof as it. Were this important weeks. Important for visibility is what so for people to see if this is part of what you do is part of your brand in terms of having social proof and in terms of your credibility as well So should everybody look at speaking as one of those ways to amplify or embodied their personal brands. Well i think he. I think speaking is one of the. I don't just think this is actually been supported by research and and and actually some very big name people. Yeah who who would attribute public speaking to the differentiator for their success. Meaning turn the tide for them in their success was when they not just started speaking but when they actually invested in becoming more than. I'm glad you said that because in my experience and i'm a former corporate media trainer so helping c. level executives get ready for that big platform or even going. Cnbc goering the bill at new york stock exchange and do the junket but at more and more i'm seeing more i would say regular professionals now. Just see sweet trying out speaking. Because they know they've seen it. They seem their friends taking pictures of themselves and putting it only din or instagram. And they're like me to go before you know it there jumping on stage at the first opportunity. What advice do you have for them. Because it sounds like you need to get ready. Well is interesting that you say that. I actually wrote a book on amazon e book right now but it's it's the eight things you need to know before you step onto the platform the eighth things you need to. It's all about what you need to prepare. It's not just about gain on a platform and speaking. I think the biggest mistake that i see a lot of people who now began to speak or put speaking as part of their business is that they think that speaking is just talking and giving information right when it's not my tagline is don't speak to inform speak to transform yes and how you shift so it's not about you the speaker it's about. What is your audience going to take away. Yes yes you know what a person we both know because we came through the cap institute valorie burton has been on the show before we talked about this and some of those terms. When you start to take the emphasis off of you and understand that you're there to serve. How does that shift things for you. On the platform huge huge. I mean you're a person who struggles with any kind of nervousness or exiled you know there's there's always going to be a little hint of what i call the tinguely's like you're just okay. You want to do a good job but it shifts your whole energy in your focus when you begin to shift it from. It's not about what i have to give although you want to give value. But how can i help. Make a difference. In the lives of the people that i'm communicated to and so when you do that you're you're focusing the shift to not just give a perfect say not being perfection but connection moving a perfect presentation. But how can you intentionally connect with your audience in meaningful personal ways and when you do that you begin to your confidence level changes your whole way of preparing changes but also you realize you know what if i if you come face to face and some of the things that maybe that you need to hone or to them and developed some skills because when you see that navy you've lost your audience or your confusing your audience than you realize okay. I need to change my messaging. So that i'm concise and clear but also that it's done in such a way that my audience feels like i'm talking to them or i'm speaking. Yes you know. That's a wonderful point. Some people get very very nervous because they think of this year numbers. That may be sitting before them. But when you think about the fact that you really speaking to one person exactly instead of these whole well they may fit a profile. That's for sure but you have to have that person in mind. And when it goes from one to one communication or goes from speaking to many to one to one communication. How does that shift things for speaker. That is huge. I'm so glad you mentioned that l. Michelle because we have this saying that. I picked up from one of my mentors. Craig valentine it and it's this it's when you onstage or when you're on a platform you're speaking to an audience even like this on a pod. Well not so much the looking but this is when you have an audience trying to you want to focus and you speak as if you're speaking to one but you look to all so you're in front of a visible audience. You wanna look to all you wanna make sure everyone feels included. That involves your is in your body language but you speak to win so so you have to change your language in order for them to feel like you're speaking to you. That's an entire shift it and i. I work a lot with corporate folks and folks in business and they tend to think that speaking is presenting a powerpoint. And that's one form of it right but the kind of speaking that we're talking about really is about delivering a message that will like you say transform. What's the difference will the difference. Is this a people. Walk away so people people can might sit to listen to you and feel good in the moment because of what you're presenting or what you're communicating. But when they walk away what difference does it make in their life and do they remember that message weeks months down the road when they run into a situation. That maybe you've spoken about. Let us do. Are they bringing something forward. That's going to help solve a problem for them. Shift a mindset out the move forward and that's what you want as a speaker you it's a privilege for bowl to be in front of you and so you want to honor that by saying i wanna do i wanna give them value so that it can help them move from where they are. Maybe even one step closer to where they want to be. How you do that is is in the way that you communicate. that's huge. We talked about this. I do a whole executive presence platform around rock the platform while it does not center on. This is how you should speak. It does talk about how you prepare before you go into the room to understand that the room is the only thing you're speaking to bring value is what you just said. So that after it's over you can't leave the room because the people wanna talk to you not.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"Grace Thinking. Yeah. Actually I just another question occurs Consumers Sola. What's the question. And just like what's your best tips or resources do cold outreach? Yeah. Go ahead. Go. The question. Yeah. I mean and we have we've talked about. So the previous call us to and I'm an freelance coming out but the short answer is. Being personalized with your messages like like when you reach out to people be funny good subject line personalized personality be confident demonstrate your knowledge and expertise sort of like hey, I'm one expert reaching out to another I'm one like leader. Resulted in another I think the ones that are like you. Hello Sir I am a young copywriter who is struggling to. Make it and like I. Hope that you will give me an opportunity and I believe that you will find my resume attached about it's like you know like like, okay, you're just a random job seeker, but you're like, Hey, what's up man? I was checking out yourself I'm a world class designer turn copywriter applying what I learned from consumer psychology, and all this stuff to copy Gingrich results for clients. I noticed you guys are doing I'm a huge fan and you're I'd love the chance to work with you idealistic. You know like here are some thoughts on what you know maybe I could. Ways we work together Here's a quick little video I shot showing you what I've seen on your page in their semi desert half or how to improve. Your just providing value like way like let me know would love to chat you know. Something like that just having confidence I think is really important and then. In addition to that like. Just, following up is important to I've talked about following up somebody actually bobby today and tell me how they they kept emailing Craig Valentine until Crepe district. replied in all caps like stop. So I'm sorry. Sorry Craig Valentine and advance that WHO's WHO's on my list and probably hates me now. But at least Craig Valentine responded you now you. Okay Craig's I'm interested. Now you know to keep up with them what's supposed to stop like stop but like all right cool now I can move onto somebody else but I think it's okay to keep following up I, don't want to be annoying I. Think if you're being funny you have a good subject lines it doesn't mean every single person is going to be like this. This guy is great like I should hire him. Some people are big on God it's GonNa. Stop, emailing me but like there are people who are going to be like. Dan This guy's really determine keeps keeps emailing keeps messaging like I laugh every time in the subject line just really gets them like that whole I've been thinking about you in the shower or like. You know like. Your website gave me indigestion or whatever to some some funny like subject line You may get a response so I really think Yeah I think follow up is is really important. I can't tell you times people reach out and fall bluster twice and then stop and your socks I want to respond to everybody I feel like a jerk when I don't I have. Because I'm teaching myself author so much I just get a ton of you know messages and I can't respond to people wanNA tally fashion but someone follows up enough I almost always will I think follow up is really important.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on Born to Impact

"I would highly recommend that you definitely do what? You can find one and you can trade your grunt work and become an intern apprentice type thing. And sometimes, you can do that where there's actually no financial right cash outlay. Swear. Exactly it's definitely GonNa Hey, one way or the other right right there's no no better teacher than frigging experience in right to learn from somebody. Great. The be all end all but the situations like with you and like with you I don't know what the the check was that you cut and with me when I paid Craig Valentine, three thousand dollars. For, six phone calls which I've to date still only had two of them. But, we made investments that were uncomfortable at the time and people say man I just can't afford I'll just figure it out on my own and I'll just figure it out on my own. I'M NOT GONNA put out a few grand I've rand or whatever nine months dude. This is what I'm saying you spent nine months toyland. Wheels not getting anything done only to go back to try and be an accounting because you could not figure it out when then necessarily know you cut somebody to check and you fast track you're learning and then you're off the racist I had my first big deal within tuna two months of bringing on lyle for forty thousand dollars first big deal it was. Would you pay him just curious? Just I paid them ten grand and then Grab on paid them grand in and cut them the check but I probably made him. Yeah. Five hundred grand. Me going out and getting deals in. Your profit at the same time though right and your and your Providence, and you got a forty thousand dollar deal two months later and you are. Out Guys that's all I'm trying to put right and you're building a relationship with the dude that you've just put five hundred thousand dollars in his pocket because I know because bagels in Craig. When I went online, they ended up with me which was absolutely incredible to me for my first information product, which was suspension revolution dot com and I went out there and these guys are like gave me an opportunity and they partnered do you put in their pocket? It was the it was the record of anyone that had been in the mastermind a one year span. So what did that do for my relationship? I get hard in the mail today from Craig just saying thank you to me for stuff that he so point because the dude knows me like the back of my hand and it's always the right moment and bedrose we go you and I remember being in California and we're like, Hey, man were in town. Let's. Like ten o'clock at night, right Denny's whereas hanging out. But that was the way later than ten o'clock. In the morning. Just came out Tarazona eighty in his eighties I took him out. He was sitting there and he wanted to come see my new office. You know he's family to me now what you're getting exactly and and and I go hey, Lau, you want to do something crazy and he goes what and I go. I got a seller motivated seller appointment you want to go. and. So we literally. got. I. Got the film crew I pull him out into the field. We go to this a seller appointment. We I mean it was it was more for me because I wanted that Collection of me and him but he was like a little kid again, all the son he's back out in the house talking to seller structure in deals was just like the game and that's my point is you put five hundred, thousand dollars in equity which don't get me wrong..

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"And I made sure that they also now out of that, too, so everyone knows if you take the ratio. I think I landed. It was like forty four people to accept a consultation and a free session. Out of those forty four people I landed ten clients. Okay ten clients working out three times a week granted. They all do that, but let's just say you had ten class three times a week. How many hours is that? That's thirty three hours. Okay now if someone's paying you seventy five dollars session, which is around the average going today, okay? How much is that? So you, name all the work that I did was the free sessions just to get in and get my feet wet into the industry, one hundred percent and be full throttle. Fast forward a year from then okay. I'm at ninety booked scheduled hours a week. Listen to what I said ninety. Hours by myself in this gym. Literally to the point of a glass ceiling. Okay because I didn't even realize it because I didn't tell anybody no. And then. This guy donates these books to the gym. And I didn't know it, but he had seen me numerous times training other people. And I got involved in a meeting with the owners and him with these books, and he donated to books to the gym. Well, this guy just so happen to be. His name was Joel Marian I had no idea who the heck Joel. Marian was, and if you don't know who he is, you're gonNA, know who he is now. Okay, Joe Marion is not only the host of the born to impose impact podcast Joel. Mary is not only a multi nine figure earner. Okay? That was twelve years ago. P, teacher, making forty, two thousand five hundred dollars. Twelve years ago, okay. He is now my best friend and he hired me. In the rest was history because I sat there and I'm trying to figure out what's this guy does and I started learning about online. That's another God sit amazing thing to my front door and I, said no I could. I could not executed greatly. I could have. Failed, in so many different directions by going down the addiction route, and I didn't and then I got presented this another human being. It's amazing has gifts from God that are in different directions that I don't. And I'm like you do online marketing. I have no time to even think about what online marketing was in that I know it would lead to the next into the next individual that I would meet, which is bedrose in the bigger battles, culion, and then Craig Valentine and it's funny because today's post that I put on instagram. These guys are in the picture with me. It's amazing. Amazing that we're talking about it, because all three of them became not only a friend, but they became coach that I paid money for specifically to be around them, so I could learn from them how to create the freedom because I'd never had it and I want everyone to know. I was thirty eight years old before I ever had a weekend off in my life. In my life okay and that I don't want for you. I want you to have a Tuesday a Monday a Wednesday to be a Saturday yeah. I don't that's incredible to. That's important. You know we're not GONNA get. Why that need so much again right now, importance at having. Not. Just a weekend off at Danton off any. He wants to right But I but I wanted to go back to to to to a few moments there. Because you talk about Joe, Joel You know the data? He walked in there or books new story where? Was Our body bites embarrassing donated to now again so. Him there or you, but seeing data. You hadn't been disciplined and you had been doing the work because you said you said that the athletes that you started training. That wasn't your first round of science. They came to you after they saw. Had your shown up for everybody else seeming Joel Joel had I on you over the course of weeks or months, our line was it was just how you showed up for everybody else. It's not arenas as owner pestering him a trading. You're showing up as your best self as kill mode trainer, because you are focused on servicing clients that you were doing in. That leads to let you all this other credible were coming your way awesome. Hold on the meaner up to you like you said like you know what that's how I met. That's how I ran an you. Yeah, yeah. Jim I saw you Jim and next thing. You know you're at critical bench now now on a podcast. At all came many years later, but you know what it was God's plan because it was the right timing. Go ahead. I was twenty. Two people know that. Every go back back to the beginning I. Think I think there's a truly valuable talk here with a stack of folders, not going back I duNNo. Quite on the, but whatever was a seventy session, thirty three years, or or thirty clients at seventy dollars. October coach thousand dollars in revenue for you can't. Look at this side holders that he said at odor sent out reclaimed by thousand dollars. Tuning Knew that nobody was going to do the work store you might. You knew that it was on. So no matter what you're caching is if you're hearing this conversation now. You're. Like. Okay, there's something more or read or something. I need to be doing. The first key is define Ashton, ehlers, but secondly it's understanding that you're gonNA. Be The one responsible. There's no it's uses ethic if On Your art image guests, but it's GonNa. Be a series of setbacks failures in. Hard work, but you gotta to be able to -tunities. When most people don't. Dance, all risk. Wife orders most traitors ninety syndrome out. Frank thirty four. There they brought on thirty four elite trainers. They all went to the same office. Okay, and these people. I say elite. About they had built businesses because when you bring in, it wasn't me okay. I wasn't considered. I mean I was. What they knew that I would be but they. They bring him in there I didn't have the established clientele. Why would you want to have? Elite trainers in your gym that are that are basically subcontracted inside the gym because you want them to market for the gym to bring in Clientele, and if you've already got an established clientele, what are they going to do? They're going to follow you to where you go okay I. Wasn't that guy so long. Story Short you got thirty four elite trainers that go through that same exact office, and not one ever ask for those folders except me. In Different thing. Even the ones that. Sign of avert you know the first recession. They still foot Internet June, so he still had a relationship women. There's no telling what would. Let you, but you were illegit your? In the were willing to do whatever it took to make your dreams to make your passion come to fruition so getting back to two now here because I eat reject really close to to kind of ally. The Amazing Scott going on so your hair I mean. Let's be honest so. Yet rain say that you were you know running the ninety hours a week, but we know be probably know now. It's not sustainable. It's not the best way for me to go. Were you feeling at the time? This is going to be something short time, and you're looking or read just so focused on it and then with joking and so. How did that transition.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"Well. You Know I. didn't start out that way. I actually worked with all different people. In the corporate have done corporate training, and still do some of that, and and just had a variety of clients. But a number of years I wanNA. Say This L., Michelle for those who really know me like I am the least likely person. We have no clue. You are perfect for this. I want. To public, speaking I up so afraid even when I was in university and Study groups that we'd go in. Remember my masters program and it would have study groups that I knew my time with my turn was coming that I need to say something. I'll just petrified I would be so afraid. So in that process as I I my background is speech language pathologist so once I started. My career was kind of forced to do presentations, and just came face to face with my inadequacy, so as I began to have my own personal transformation. In terms of why goes fears. Were there some of those big fears? Then I began to test it out and I fell flat on my face so many problems so many times and I actually came to a point where I said to myself. You know what I'm probably not cut out for this I am not an extrovert. I'm not talented. This is not a natural talent for me, so I probably shouldn't be doing speaking. That was until I met. Craig Valentine, who became one of my mentors, and I in the process of this learned that what makes up defective communication? Is only ten percent talent. And ninety percent skills absolutely. So this time. To this time made me really excited about. Actually can learn this, and so I began to PROZAC nuts. You know, tell the whole story where there but quickly. You know did everything I could to become the best speaker that I could be because. This is what I found. Is that even though I struggled with it inside? My heart was just such a longing. To make a difference in people's lives, and I knew that the opportunities that I had. Right that I wanted to do that, so. This passion I've got a I've gotta give some skills to this so actually a number of years ago after I had been open my business as a speaking coach. I came across this interview with the number of. Event planners who were then planners for these influential stages. And they were on this paddle and people were asking him about. How do you get? State had to get old stages and so on, and they said that one of the biggest problems that they had at that time was not find women speakers, they they they could find women speakers, but finding women's speakers who had three main skill sets they were looking for because you see the They wanted them to match that of the male counterpart Earth. Because of the kind of audiences they had they they needed. Women who could capture audience attention. Give a clear concise message, not be all over the place. And have a clear call to action have a strong call to action. Everybody joining. He's everything else under the Sun. Yes so again. It's not what you've how you do doing I thought our learnable skills. So that. And I just felt compelled to say you know what I'm going to just focus on developing the women to help them learn these skills so that they can, because I, have such a passion for women to find their voice, and to be in front of the influential stage, you know. Cursing at the same time. I have been at corporation sitting at big company meetings and you know they go to these big bureaus, and they find the speaker and the speaker comes in, and she reads from a manuscript, and the entire audience is looking around going. Did they really pay her what so she could read to us? How does this happen? You. May know because certain people have big names. You know I saw a linked in post from a guy who I've never seen before, but you know if one person in your community like something, it shows up in your feet. But. Apparently he absolutely great speaker, and he's telling the story about how a friend referred him to a Gig, and he typically will share his fee, and at this particular time they said Oh. We don't have the budget you know. And he went on and did it because of his friend, and so he got there rock. There's socks off state for the rest of the day. Talk to students talk to teachers talk to whoever and went back home. Not Thinking anything of it just did his best. And he said some three weeks later he got a check in the mail for three times what he asked and an apology. And ultimately they apologize because they didn't think he had a big name, so they didn't think that he could carry it and I decided to. Him I don't even know him and I said you know what I find. That many of the best speakers don't have big names, big book, big celebrity anything, but they have a big message and they can carry that message. What can you say to reinforce to my listeners? Because I have a lot of folks that will say Oh, well, who am I? You know? Why should I? It's so. It's so good you know again. Another phrase I use with my clients is at Mrs Against Something I picked up at my training and along my journey, but is you want to? People want to know that you are similar, not special. Because if if you are big name, person who you know, maybe you climb Kilimanjaro or you overcame this major thing or you have this. Just major thing that is out of the box. People can't relate the mass. Number of people cannot relate to you, so they'll think well. That's.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on Business School

Business School

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on Business School

"Find Experts that I get coaching masterminding from them in whatever the industry is, and then thankfully I have a relationship, and if you ever said Betas, pay up, I would, but thankfully you can pick up the phone and answer my questions and I always promised to do the same for you and I think we pay reciprocity that way of saying with Craig Valentine etc, but if you've never cut it thirty or fifty thousand dollar check that doesn't mean that you never that it's. Having the ability to. And the desire are two different things like having the ability to ride a fifty thousand dollar. Check is one thing you got the money in the account and you wouldn't miss it if you cut it. But there's a back of the vote. The voice in the back of your head that says is going to work, and so is usually emotions that control the conversation in the back of your head. It's always the emotions fear doubt what if uncertainty? This person's never been tested. How do I know and so if you can get logic trump the emotions by saying all right? Have I talked to three or four people in his group that have gotten results, yes. If I get similar results them and the getting the result is on me. It might it might be able to take action if I guess semi results, will that justify thirty grand or fifty grand in twelve months? Yes, then I must use logic and execute and all of a sudden. It's like it's like a thermostat. The you crank up thermostat and now you're used to a room where the temperature is now eighty degrees who wants to like Hot Yoga? When I did not yoga for a long time, then they. You're used to eighty. They crank it up to eighty five. I it's a little hot, and then you get used to it then they crank it up to ninety. Eight you're at one hundred and three degree temperature, and you're used to it and so very much the.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Today we're talking about setting daily micro goals for Success S. continued from a couple of weeks ago. So let's go there. I what what do you. What do you want us to know about setting daily micro goals and why that's so how important well? Because it's a lot like what Suzanne was talking about earlier because we tend to think that if we can't do everything perfectly k do all the things right now then we can't start or when you start a new year's resolution maybe it's Kito maybe it's going to the gym. Whatever it is for you and the second you fall off track you think? Well I can't do this maybe next year and you just throw in the towel. Miss the only thing that we throw the towel in on. We don't do this with work. We don't do it with our kids with our family with our friends. But when it comes to personal goals we self sabotage because we create in our subconscious. Why we can't do it? So we're already setting ourselves up for failure at this at the subconscious level which will get into later but setting micro goals which means just setting goals by the day body. Our so yeah the one by the hour. What does that look like? I'M GONNA ask you yeah setting. It's it's it's like a lot. What Craig Valentine talks about doing the perfect day for me so what time when you wake up? I'm going to wake up at six. Am What are you GonNa do at six am. I'm going to meditate for ten minutes to this meditation on this APP when I'm done with that I'm going to check my emails for fifteen minutes. I'm going to respond to whatever it is right. I'M GONNA work out but you do that. And then what's the next time stamp. What are you GonNa do at seven thirty? What are you gonNA do at fifteen? And what do you have any micro goals that you've the no the Ana I like giving myself windows. You know kind of like windows of time to get stuff done yeah other. It's Meditating in the morning like from eight to nine thirty. That's my time whether it's ten minutes or twenty minutes. It'll happen in that window in that works if that works for you cool go for it right this you can individualize this as much as you want to. But the whatever you do if it's that window that works cool do. Yeah but a lot of people also when when they have that window to like well if it's between eight and nine thirty I've got at least until eight forty five until Eli quote half to do this. You know what I mean. What's another example of micro? Well it's so working out I'm going to work from six to seven and then when I'm done I'm going to shower four and then I'm going to be on the road by seven thirty something along those lines. I know I know well I was reading being My daily STOIC. That I get from Ryan holiday. I signed up for it by a huge fan of his and all of his books are amazing. If you're looking for a good read and something that can really inspire you and change your life life really and the daily Stoic today was about creating your own ten commandments. What are Your Ten Commandments? And actually writing them down in leaving them out around your house where they're visible all right so that you are constantly reminded how to live your best life stoically put out a posted it on facebook you by the way tonight at eight. PM Central Standard. Time I'm doing a facebook live broadcast on what we're talking about now in how you how. I'm going to create an accountability group that you can join to keep consistent with your goals. I'm in yes so tonight at eight. PM Central Standard Time. Look up my personal. FACEBOOK page is my full name. Morris Morissette Thank Morris The cat uh-huh so but that's what we're talking about is is creating those creating the microbe goal so mine mine is what I do on a daily basis. I wake up. I do a ten to fifteen minute meditation and then I do some journaling some writing and I create the day ahead. Yeah I I saw your your. Yeah your stretched out. You got your coffee than empty. Drink your coffee. You'RE GONNA take your dog for a walk and I'm thinking wouldn't that be lovely. We could do that. I realized that most people don't have that ability but yeah. Hey it's funny because men and women really live such different loss especially if they have children. Yeah you know you have to do make up which I don't have to do either though so good to go. I mean you know you. You don't have to do here and me. I mean you know we all put too much pressure on ourselves. I think especially as women to you know. Look perfect and it's it's really overkill. And in most instances I think women are naturally beautiful Salata either West where you are. Yeah and so so What what else should we? What else should we know about creating a time stamp or or an appointment for daily goals? It's just that again. It's it's creating an appointment for yourself just like you create an appointment with a co-worker with us on a sales heels call once you learn and it might seem a little bit odd at first but put it in your calendar and set an alert. Like I've got I've got alerts that go off ten minutes before I need to do something every day right and in does it seem maybe a bit overkill at first yes it might but when you go into it with the understanding with the intention that this is going to help me become more accountable to myself because when you can be accountable to yourself and you.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Maybe couldn't get a babysitter. I mean sure, but, like couldn't have postponed. Was there a time limit? I don't know. I really I can't pretend they can get into the mind, Mr. giambra all I can tell you is this is not a person who makes good decisions for a living. I'm just saying. I mean, the good decision was that he actually didn't just leave a child alone. Is it though? I mean, would you have wanted him to just leave the kid at all right now, we are, that is nitpicking to sit and argue about whether it's better that he went on the burglaries just trying to find the silver line's. Beautiful. Right. Thank you, heal. I'm gonna put that in a book. He'll steal it for me. We're going to berate Hollis willing. There you go. That was where again, Florida now I was going to tell you about a Florida man who placed bodily fluids in a mug of water for a female co worker who ended up getting a slap on the wrist. But I won't thank you already talked about Tony Robbins. Oh. This is worse. And I read it and I was like, I can't in good conscience. Tell the good people of the mytalk one zero seven one listening audience about that because they will just barf. So instead, I am going to tell you about something that had happened at a wal mart. Okay. Walmart, visit WalMart pretty frequently. The WalMart is it's well, it's hip hop in place. It's happening. Can't hop happen in place. Right. And this particular wall to the mart is in Houston, my old stomping grounds. In fact, this old, WalMart, no. We didn't have a WalMart in the city from what I remember this was out in the suburbs, and a place called cypress. Okay. Here's what had happened. Apparently. There was a guy by the name of Craig Valentine. Okay. Okay. Mr valentine. Any relation to Donna. No. I don't think some good could be guess we should ask her. Well, apparently he tried to leave the store with some stuff now hit apparently bought some stuff, but he also bought like eighteen pack a Gatorade. And when he was leaving, I think I don't know. I haven't been to a WalMart. I will confess in a long time. They do this at the COSCO's though. Oh, they check your receivable. Check your receipt. Yeah. And apparently, a guy by the name of mo-, Hendra rata. How wa he's seventy five years young. And he went to check the receipt from Mr. Valentine's purchases and found that that eighteen pack Gatorade was not only. He didn't see it right? Mr. Valentine told mister rata halwa that everything was paid for it's fine snatched, the receipt and kept walking, Mr Rod Howard, remember seventy five year old Terada. How says, well, here's the thing I don't think you paid for that. And you're gonna need to pay for it. At that point. Mr. Craig did something dumb, Mr. Craig Ballantyne? He beat the crap out of Mr. rutta our he punched him right row in the face. Chest bumped him dropped him to the ground with a right hook all over Gatorade for an eighteen pack a Gatorade he left the fifteen year veteran of WalMart. Mr Rod, Howa, seventy five years young with a bloodied lip a bump on his head and Blinn bent glasses. So now here's a delicious part is if that wasn't the Gatorade. Yes, no. Mr. Valentine claimed that Mr. Ron Howard attacked him. What? In what world we believe that. Right. So you want me to believe the seventy five year old man. Can you pay for your stuff? Please. All of those injuries after attacking somebody else. No. In fact, they knew that, that's not what had happened and he was charged with causing injury to an elderly individual. That's off. All in addition to stealing eighteen pack of Gatorade which has to cost about ten dollars. If that. Yeah. About road for an ex story. We have to go to Louisiana and we also have to remember yesterday. Do you remember yesterday? Pocked. I know we talked a little bit about 'cause but we didn't know the whole story of the guy who stole the security camera. Oh, yeah. Well, I have the whole story. Okay. And I'd like to share it with you. Here's what happened. Forty three year old Franklin wells Bacher junior was told by his neighbor that his that he could borrow a paintbrush from his garage. Right neighborly thing to do. I love that. So Mr. Franklin wells Bacher, junior forty three years old went into his neighbor's garage. And instead of grabbing the paintbrush grabbed. The surveillance camera. Okay. Meanwhile, his neighbor being having been alerted now to the fact that somebody was in his garage, watched it on a livestream. The whole thing happened. He watched Mr. wells Bacher junior grab the surveillance camera, walk away with it, and then turned up next theme with all the belongings, and Mr. wells, well, boxers house. So on the live stream he sees Mr. wells Bacher, take your camera. And then he sees like, you know, jostle like you see, like a little bit of shirt a little bit of ground a little bit of the sky. And then the next thing you see, is the inside of Mr. wells, Bacher house. He then called the authorities and said, excuse me. Impress their like of what he was like the camera that is, catching the thievery tennis, so weird. Anybody thought that was a good idea. I mean, there are things you can steal that are good idea. The camera that it's catching new stealing things. That's not one of to be those stupidest things that, like, there would be no record of that. Yeah. It's actually keeping record. That's what it does. My favorite is. There's a video somewhere online that you'd have to Google, and don't I wish I, I apologize. I'm pulling this out of my rear end proverbially like the Tim Hortons lady. Yes, boy, I watched that video the other day. It's delightful, the uncensored version, Tim Horton hears Apu. Yes, Google Tim, Hortons pooper, and you'll. Anyway back to video. There's a video of a guy who was some somehow there's a story about why he did this. Somebody was ceiling something off his front porch. And so he literally created this like device that not only would it looked like a package. But so somebody would steal. And it looked like I think new iphone. Or some kind of apple device, so very expensive. Right. And he would place it on his front porch, and then wait and somebody would take it. And he built this thing so that when you open the box it would do kind of, like, remember how we they used to tell us like, don't steal clothes because they have those in games. And if you try to pull it off the Inc would spray will he created it with glitter? But like an insane amount of glitter, like, like ten pounds of Glenn. With the camera so that he could capture it all on. And just to watch a video of all of these people reacting when they think they've stolen this thing. And then all the sudden this just bomb goes off, essentially, and they realized there that they've been head. Yeah, it's kinda delightful. Look at glitter bombers that idea and my heart wants to do something like that. But I also afraid of retribution. Oh, yeah. I would never do it. I'd be afraid, they'd come kill me. Exactly. And we already have two people on our tail. Yeah. So tolliday when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show to forty five every day we play a little game that game is called the throw back live. Hollies gotta face. I don't know what it means yet we'll find out fairy tales. We'll find out after the break. Oh, jeez. After this just over a week left in the mytalk food for families Dr presented by Coburn's delivers and green mill we'd love to see you out. Live broadcast where we're collecting food donations for second harvest heartland. There's just three live broadcast left and clean. I have the next two tomorrow afternoon at Klein Nissan and Maplewood than Wednesday. The twenty sixth at fantastic. Sams in Saint Anthony on Thursday, the twenty seven Donna and Steve will do our last live broadcast.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"And, you know, the person on my team who was helping me with that was like, why don't we just go into your Lincoln, Bilger Lincoln, at the same time, and we'll make new podcast relationships and that's easily skip things. Ron's been on like three hundred podcasts or something like that. You know. And that's an innovation that, like, I would never have thought of that. And you know, she's not my system any worse us like, you know, my, my right hand, literally my right hand. This is she's got the she's got the, the instinct for this, by the way, is why I've become such a that's why I'm specifically targeting people younger than myself because of my one, you know, my technological shortcomings easily reveal themselves. The younger generation just that that stuff is just built in, you know, they, they don't even have to think of my sons are they going? I have to keep them off my computer because they're nothing trouble. Once they get on, when it's an appropriate context. I'm expecting to have to show them, you know how to use it, but they don't need any showing they get on school now. Yeah. And they've known how to do that, since they were probably two years old. It's just because they've seen it put up with it totally. Remarkable, but I, I I'll, I'll say that. I'm I'm doing the very best, I can to stay at least somewhat on par with that, at least for as long as I can accommodate that degree of information. I foresee a time where it just simply will stop making sense. Born and raised in. My generation, it was Tari and, you know. Played a little primitive video games. And all that. He's younger kids today. It's amazing. What they're what they're going up on. Yeah. You know, I have to say, I even even seeing the generation after me I, I got a computer when I was twelve had our first PC, laptop a PC desktop, and we were using prodigy as our Email mail as internet client, or Email in everything, and it was all really daas based in everything, and I see these kids who grew up with iphones. Their access to the technological lexicon is on believable. I'm just like, okay I. One of these days, I'm gonna hire you. Like you've been a social media consultant just last month. I had a tape like five hours in learn stories on Instagram. That's a phone. And I felt I felt ancient I was I was sitting there, I was like, what is this? Why? This thing. But let me tell you, it's the most valuable tool on Instagram. Yeah. I mean, if if that's where you, if you get clients from doing that, you know, it's one of my one of the best mentors I've ever had been still Monty, and Craig Valentine for that matter. The both both of those guys are huge Instagram. Because they just they can make Bank off of it. Yeah. Oh, absolutely. It's, it's huge in their mainly fitness in, you know, high level coaching type of thing they just. Yeah. Anyway. Well, so we are coming to the intermission here. We're gonna pause for a word from our sponsor, but stick around for the second half Marie and I are gonna chat, some more, particularly about her ex talk. That's in the show notes. If you've enjoyed this episode, and you want to hear the conclusion of it, please make sure you subscribe to the influence or networking secrets podcast on itunes, Spotify in anywhere else. It's heard and leave us a five star review will be back later this week with part two of how I make money with or without music. In our guest, marine contraire. This episode is sponsored by business beyond business. The international bestseller by entrepreneur coach..

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"craig valentine" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"I always use the analogy that listen, they don't make LeBron James play forty eight straight minutes basketball. No, they give him TV timeouts. Halftime substitutions quarter time, you know, you get all of those things. So that he can play an amazing forty two minutes of the forty eight or so, but he doesn't play forty eight straight. And so you shouldn't do for straight hours of phone calls. You shouldn't do. Four straight hours of speaking. You gotta take risks. You gotta take breaks rest recovery nutrition hydration that is how you're going to be a high performer. So treat yourself a professional athlete on this journey to becoming a self made millionaire. And then the next bonus is leadership leadership. Become a great leader. I am working on a huge report on leadership, and I can't wait to share with you. But until then I want you to read this book man up by Badri schooling. And yes, women read into in women. Love it women. Absolutely love it. And now third the final bonus tip is generosity. Be the most generous person that you can be share your information. Share your timeshare your energy, share your wealth. The most generous people I know are the most successful Badri Culion, Matt Smith porter stands very Joel Marian. All of these people who are very successful in my eye. Is are very successful in generous. They bring people together they don't push people apart. So bring people together. Become a great leader. Treat yourself like a professional athlete and use those ten tips become that self-made millionaire. Was this helpful let me know give me a five star rating on I tunes. Send me an Email. It supported early to rise contact me on Instagram at real Craig Valentine, contact me on Lincoln just contact me. Let me know Craig. This was helpful. This got me to the next level. Thank you. Now, I will say you may have heard many of these tips before, but hopefully never heard much passionate fires at brought them to you today. I want share one last quote, the big secret in life is there is no big secret. Oprah Winfrey said whatever your goal, you can get there if you're willing to work personal responsibility. If it is to be it's up to me. But yes, you must make coaching in connections. So that you can get the fastest path to becoming a self-made millionaire at any age any age. You don't have to be twenty five. Like, I did when I started, okay? Any age you can do this. And I want to hear from you wanna hear your questions your comments your ratings reviews. If I if there's something I can do to create a follow up series. Let me know it's my mission in life to help you become financially successful at work less while doing it. So the big secret life is there is no big secret. I've shared with you, the top ten tips and the bonuses the got me to wear today. Spread them to your friends share this. Let them no longer be. Uncommon knowledge. Okay. Share that. And then sent me a message supported early rise dot com or Instagram real Craig out, let me know what you thought it today show. And if you're you're like

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"craig valentine" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Powerful. Wishfully we have. Back on here. Is there so much to dive into, but this has been so I opened in in everybody listening is going to be first of all they're gonna be fired on going. Holy crap. I gotta go more my life. But second of all is so much wisdom in what you share about who's in yourselves always fun opportunity that I really really appreciate it. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much, rob. And so somebody else's listened this podcast, and they would love to have you on up when they get older yet. Probably on Facebook, probably the easiest either that or Instagram. I'm rob groupie GR UP on both of those. So that'd be these. Early early rise dot well. We haven't made the introduction because this story that there one day it will be book this, right? Awesome. Thank you so much. Thank you. So very much for this. You know, one most aspire in conversations of avid anybody and he's got me thinking about excellent. During a Tony of ethic is always been to middle school for Tony event. But man, you certainly have been different day would this near leadership academy those two right there. You bet man talk too soon. Now that that was the most incredible story of inspiration, dedication, persistence and perspective that we have ever had on earlier rise radio in it makes you think what's my excuse. Again. Why am I not succeeding in life? And the reason is nothing there is nothing holding you back. So let me know if you agree was this show helpful sent me a direct message on Instagram real Craig Valentine or Email me at support at early to rise dot com. And let me know each thought today's show head over I tunes and give us a review at a five star ranking we'd really love.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The FitCast

The FitCast

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The FitCast

"Blogs total here like a lot of a lot of their posts are blog posts and in identify times were out host excuse me. I'll post a video explaining here's why like is exercise in the benefits of as coaching tips. And now, it's all turn that into a blog post on my website on the I've done that if you ties, but yeah, I agree. I think Instagram is kind of taken over or at least in our age bracket on from fitness professionals. Sam point as is kind of been kind of overtaking Facebook and Twitter as like the go-to. Non. It's not as negative on on on Instagram. I think it's harder to be negative on Instagram icon involve. Yeah, I agree that I've just started. I hadn't used instant stories ever until like two months ago on so playing around with that in interesting about Instagram to that I got from Craig Valentine, actually, when I listen to him speak in the fall was if you think about your main feed as a Louis Vitton window, like dad dad is like that is where your content should be like that is where you know, you post videos of your squats, or you're you're you're talking about fat loss tips or your info graphic or whatever like that. It's content that you want people to to learn from. It's is less like pictures of your cat in family, not to say that you shouldn't do that. Because people do want to do on another. You're not just some kind of deadly. Terminator you have a life outside of fitness. But instance, two stories is kinda wear that stuff lies where it's like. Oh, here's what I'm having for dinner or here's some doing. Or you know, and I was like that's a good way of looking at it. And in this stories to Julia just popping up randomly exact editor port. Yeah. And an instant stories of actually very. Very organic way of of Guinea people of selling services in in products, like eggs, you can do a quick video of like some weird rotator cuff exercise just demonstrating for like fifteen seconds and say, oh, and then if if people swipe Bob if you had if you have that feature available it could link to an article about it that selling some kind of rotator cuff, health or shoulder health resource. I never is very organic way of not because I don't like being pushy on marketing or advertising by this by this. Look this year's a pop to lose the that is not I don't like doing that. I don't like being aggressive, but if I can use Instagram where an instant stories in particular inches like posted a picture or a video, and then swipe off of some can link to an article, I think is what you've been saying. Like, you know, if you're gonna if you're gonna bring up a problem like offer a solution, you know, here in here's more information. If you're interested again, another easy. Very organic way that doesn't cost money to get to get people to read your content, maybe become clients. You know, very very easy way to do that. Right. Right. I will there's two more things. I wanna talk to you about him. We got. Fifty minutes to talk about it. Do it. How before my car? Damn display it we don't we don't. I mean. I'll be okay. Well, let's do a little bit of a lightning round. Okay. Okay. So why this is loaded question shows about my boil biased. But why would you have anyone back squad or front squat that is not trying to compete in a competition with that movement, given the so risks of spinal loading with with those why not just you all single leg stuff. What is what what are your thoughts on that these days?.

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"Right. And when you come home, you feel terrible, right? You're tired. You're nauseous. You can't really do anything. So you go to bed that the next day Tuesday. You feel a little bit better. Right. But then you go back on Wednesday. And you do it all over again. And she would go Monday Wednesday Friday and now so Saturday she'd feel a little bit better. But then by Sunday, she was starting to feel awful again because she really needed this dialysis. So this was her life, right? And here I was in college almost graduated and I'm watching this, right? And so it doesn't just affect the person. That's sick. Right. It affected me affected. My sister. It affected my dad. So now. Now fast forward four years. She's on Dale says for four years. Can you imagine this is your life for four years? Right. And it really started to take a toll on her body. But she was on the kidney transplant this whole the kidney transplant list, the whole time, and we had all gotten tested, and nobody was a match. Right. So none of us could give her a kidney. So her name comes up, and she gets a kidney. So we have to go to Philly. We lived in New Jersey at the time, we go to Philly, and the doctors were like, listen, you know, this is risky, and they had told her this already like you're very sick. You have high blood pressure? The dialysis has taken a toll on your body. You could potentially die getting the surgery, but she didn't care, and neither did we because she wasn't living anymore like that just that wasn't life. Right. So anyway, she got the surgery, and it was a success. It was incredible. And once she came to when she's in the recovery room. And I was there with her. She looked at me, Sean, and she said Isabel, I will do everything you tell me to do. I mean, that's it like she had gotten a second chance at life, and she was changing. So she did right. I mean, and it was quite a recovery from there. But she did she changed her diet. She ate all the things I told her e I moved back home to help take care of her. And here was all this information. Right. So she would go back for her follow ups. Right. And when you get a transplant of any kind you have to go an anti rejection medications, you go on heavy steroids. Right. You go on prednisone. And the doctor had said to her listen, if you gain a lot of weight don't be scared like we're putting you on some heavy meds here. And if you gain weight, we'll just figure it out later right now, the most important things that your kidney doesn't reject. So, you know, she's take. Her meds. She's following the protocol that I put together at her twelve week follow up and we were going consistently. Right. But I heard twelve week follow up she had lost forty pounds. And she was on all of these meds. And the doctor said to her I have never seen anything like this. Because her kidney was doing great. Her body was doing great, and she had lost forty pounds on all of those medications, and Sean when you have gone through something like that with with your mom, right? And you have something you're like, I got a I gotta tell people about this like like, how do people not know 'cause we would go to the follow ups, and we would see the same people in the waiting room, right? That we would see like week after week they were gaining weight. I mean, they were doing well as far as like, you know, not rejecting the organ that they got transplanted, but they were gaining weight. Right. And not feeling well, and that was in Sean that was it. I found are. Mutual friend Craig Valentine, he was selling stuff online. He helped me put it out there. I got together with a business partner who's still my business partner now, and you know, now two million programs later, you know, here we are so incredible own my goodness. And just a little side note of you know, Craig of had him on the show a couple of times..

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"craig valentine" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"craig valentine" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"We love we love you. Right. Starts to, cultivate, their love and speak to yourself in a kind manner. Right. Check yourself. When you were speaking yourself in a detrimental way. So work on yourself talk next. Get yourself in healthy social circles. This is huge. We are in fact, a product of our environment. But we are also creators of our vomit to create an engage and get ourselves in Seoul social circles that uplift us that are healthy and healthy living. This is one of the biggest tools that got me from where I was to where I am next up. Share your story is this huge to break free from the past share your story open up. Whether it's with a family member, family members, friends or professional counseling open up stop carrying this stuff around. Because one of the greatest gifts I've seen is just when you speak stuff out you process, and you can start to hear the things. And see them for what they are versus what we're carrying around in our mind looking at these things in these distorted fashions. Finally, immerse yourself in positive reminders of who you want to be and what you're claiming for your life. All right. So whether this vision board, whether that's having sticky notes posted up pitchers different things that remind you of who you are who you want to be will you want to be in the life that you want to create. All right. Have those positive reminders? Maybe it's your screensaver on your phone. All right, something that reminds you frequently right? So that's number four got one more five things to quit this year to achieve your greatness, number five is to quit perfectionism. Right. This where my God Craig Valentine. He's big time in the perfectionism. I definitely aired on the side of having that perfectionist trait is well, so here's the thing. One of the things that often stops us from having the life. And the results that we truly want is perfectionism in what this is wanting to be great or even perfect at something stops people from taking the first step oftentimes.

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Inside Supercars - Pye and Blanchard

Inside Supercars

05:04 min | 3 years ago

Inside Supercars - Pye and Blanchard

"It's been a home run in two ways on the racetrack. Also, building our brand here in Australia at our business finish festival secondary. Is I thought. Which was. Before. Spider rice. And you can't really just look at the Las rice of the you have to look at it starts ends gossip. But from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside super cos-. Workum during child circus's, Craig Valentine's as we hit into the Saint season funnel of the VIP to championship. It's going to be attorney weekend creek. It will be tiny. It's always great to see a championship come down to the wire. And just think if it can be exciting as the WAC was lost weekend up on the cuffs coast destination. New South Wales, we'll have had a very very profitable motorsport experience over the past two weeks in Dade and could it be something? You're like the two thousand seventeen them at Newcastle. I doubt that. With the Cps attended a great. We never year. But the J Ken Newcastle. Do it is is a huge question. I've I've got a feeling one way or the other. I think it's decided on Saturday in day in day. Well, it's been a fascinating built up to this rice is a whole bunch of things that are still not settled even though the 'nother weeks time. The season will be out of that. Obviously being built for the new year. But we've got whole bunch of different teams such as Winterbottom and ticket pricing safely invade draw the lineup Brooke who's obviously done. Very. Well. She fortunately, I think we've got air of his they've settled on their to van tone banking up for another season. You've got to the saints it Kelly racing. Kelly motorsport still to be finalized as well as branch houses driver. Of course, he's decided to step down. So there are a lot of things certainly still in the air. Yes. I don't know have that's all going to pan out. And we'll certainly see over the next couple of days. One man was speaking to lighter on in the show is Scott pie. And I know you've been doing the numbers there and he's had a season best finish. And. Yes. Sorry. He's gonna have heavies bass David season. Since he's been in. So because he's driven of course, was three for change in that time. But. Welcome choose or to full they walk enjoy Andretti. United have done a very good job. James, gordon? He's had some bad luck along the white. But Scott who sent me shown on a number of occasions, and you get again, the shot himself to a driver whose father will raise future coming up. So we're him Scott pie that a wonderful moment as a different world because he's not a full-time rice. Dr he's gonna Jan business. That'll be interesting on Moore about the other interesting thing about this weekend is it's the last hurrah for the falcon tiny, and it's had a interesting existence. Of course for a while. They didn't say a falcon on a trick strain Jerry catch championship because you could get a Mustang or a Sierra do a much better job much cheaper for you. Well, fortunately, that's case lost twenty years. But now with the falcon coming up being produced in this country. It certainly is leaning towards where we're buying an imported Commodore and you can go buy a big Ford. You've got to buy small forward you want to sit and we buy Mustang, and certainly that's going to be fantastic because is enormous amount of development being happening with the Mustang with plenty of drivers jumping out and having a panel, which leads to TCI there's lots of developments in that category as well. Yes, the launch at Eastern Creek. We saw that along with the Superfly thousands to I should mention of the super five thousand and Chaz Mostert in getting some lexin. They're one of the quotes that I took a lot of white from his they're actually quite comparable to a JT three in terms of Dr a set of section that is a a huge statement in mon- line that could. See an interesting an interesting opportunity there for drivers who want to have that experience. But don't have the JT three budget James Moffet was in a Honda Civic, which David Wohl racing had worked on some of the preparations for it.

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Interview with Craig Ballantyne

The Persistence Factor

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Interview with Craig Ballantyne

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