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"dirk van" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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"dirk van" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"A lot of powers look at your options without feeling like you're directly taking here. We've been here with Dirk Van Reenen. He is the founder of Burg Flow and most importantly we've been here with you I you're the most important part of the conversation and I'd love to hear from you go to conscious millionaire's show dot com. At the top of the page you can send me a private e mail or voicemail they come directly to me my staff never sees him I'll be the one who responds to you ask me any questions you have. About Your Business I'd love to hear from you, and if today show's been powerful and meaningful for you, it would mean a lot to me if you would tell some of your entrepreneur friends about conscious millionaire, the conscious millionaire show because I'm on a mission to make an impact with as many entrepreneurs as I can to help you build a high profit business that makes a positive impact and gives you the freedom and the fulfillment the financial success that you're seeking. virk. Thank you so much for being are featured guest today Jamie. Thank you so much for the opportunity again really enjoyed it and Thank you so much. Thanks. Listening to conscious million immediate podcast radio network hosts, producers of the show distributors and broadcast media make no claims that the tragedies and information discussing show results in province may result in losses. The opinions advice from host guests do not necessarily represent those are the owner staff management or broadcasters of the show, the legal counting or financial or health advice is made in the show your advice. Seek counsel related to Your Business Financial investments or other legal matters from license advisors always can tell you a physician or licensed health advisor prior to making any changes in your diet exercise program implanting any health strategies or information discussing the shows. Now, information provided baby suitable for your situation as always take full responsibility for decisions and actions you take including responses that they create in your health..
"dirk van" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Vr G. Fellow W DOT COM, and Yeah. Everything that somebody would need to know about us on the website and we'll also have all the ways you can reach out to dirk on social media on the show notes at conscious millionaire show dot com. Well, I'm curious three years ago you pivoted you started bird flow. My sense is they're probably a lot of chapters ahead. What's that next summit? That you want to climb and what might be an obstacle or challenge you're GONNA have to overcome to get to that new mountaintop. Yeah. So I think for us Probably about two years ago, we really decided that we wanna skill burt flow in and really take it to the next level. So. One of the first things we're doing right now is brexit relocating the whole company to Austin I know we chatted about this before the show a little bit. Of relocated in the past for you know opportunities but I've never relocated multiple other families at the same time. Right so think right now it's MOVING OUR COMPANY FROM HOUSTON TO AUSTIN getting everybody settled in, and then you know really bringing on the next level people that we can that we can pour into to really take a company to the next level. And right now, like that's that's kind of the you know the immediate the immediate thing that were doing. A little bit further down the road We're really getting into a software development again just. Specifically to understand human beings in the workplace at a higher level and how to help companies understand their people and create bigger wins for him. So that's that's of the next level of what we're doing and. You know we're really playing around with some things that have never been done before but that's that's the exciting thing. Well, that is exciting things and I just WANNA champion you for moving everybody to Austin. So you can be in a cool environment because I say Austin has the most indie bands but I think Denver has the second most indie band. Right, there you know coming up on your heels, a lot of indie band places. In fact, tonight I'm going to hear a hot tuna which will be kind of fun and that's up in boulder at the boulder theater so I want to. Ask One final question in this section and what's that legacy that you're building towards? Oh Man I think that the big thing for us is comes down to Our our vision for burt flow and you know three years ago when I started the company we made some really changed our lives and we just kind of. Picked this number and said that we want to positively influence twenty, five million people in like truly changed their lives and. you know the way that we do that as we work by, you know really changing the Lens and the way that highly influential people and business view their businesses, view their people, their teams, and because. As. You know like one highly successful entrepreneur. I can go influence two, thousand people So that's what we set out to do is work with kind of people that truly WanNa make a bigger impact than I mean that's what I want my legacy to be you know and whether I die younger or older a kids to know that I went to work every day doing work that I love and with people that I love and lived a vibrant life like that's that's what I want me. Dirk that's a great legacy and folks we want you to have a great legacy. So we're GONNA have more for you in just a moment we're going to be coming right back for the going deeper section. We're going to talk about how change creates opportunity..
"dirk van" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"The answers to the questions were about to ask as well as the ways you can get hold of Dirk on the show notes and now I just WanNa take a moment to thank you personally for showing up because you know I, frequently say you didn't come here for JV. Or Dirk I believe you came here because you were ready to take another step forward to build that high profit business that makes a positive impact so that you're going to get the fulfilment you're going to get the freedom. You're going to get a life where you have the financial success that you want, and we're here to help you every step of the way I want to especially thank all of our fans and friends in Amarillo Texas and Capetown South Africa, and now it's time for the millionaire entrepreneur questions Dirk I to start with me and said I'm very curious. What's the mindset that you've developed that helps you discover your very best business opportunities One thing that I've really dove into is just openness. And not being closed off or allowing my ego to believe that a knows everything and form quick judgments and just to really stay open and even when I hear something that. Of doesn't sit well just to continue to have open to it and I think Just. kind of taking that approach is leveled me out as a as a person in a big way and thing like that's that's open up a lot of opportunities for me. You, know I I. Love that. In fact, just three days ago is thinking about next week I have. On two days, I have entrepreneurial events going to the local and then I'm GonNa go get on the plane and I'm going to go speak at a conference. Now when I go to conferences or I go to events I, have a strategy at all times that is that I always go looking for three types of people. However I was thinking about what were the three types I wanted for this major conference, a couple of thousand people, and usually I have all three or specific outcomes and what floated up into my mind. I want to share this because I haven't shared it on podcasts I. Think it's a great idea that you might WanNa take an and utilize. Next time you go to a meet up is I saw the infinity sign. So. Two of the kinds of people and looking for very specific defined and little codes and I'll put it on my cards that I put them in envelopes. I've got the whole thing organized but I'm excited because the third type of people I'm going to look for his two thousand person conference are going to be the infinity sign of the unknown opportunity that could be anything. I've never done that particular. Before and I'm already excited because that could be the biggest deals. Id this year. You don't know what they are, but you're just open to that infinity which I think is going to be fun. You Know Strategy 'cause you're definitely a great strategist what's a strategy? You could share that would empower entrepreneurs listening to make more prophets in their business. Man I don't think that this is GonNa just GonNa be rocket science is going to be simple but I mean it's amazing how many businesses don't understand their financials and we I mean we work with businesses that are doing four five million dollars in revenue and they just don't understand their finances right usually when you start going to the ten twenty five. Businesses are really starting to get a handle on that, but I think for a lot of people that are still building a business. Would one just make sure that somebody else will take care of your books that you're not doing it? hire a really good bookkeeper hired great CPA and have monthly meetings with them when you really looking over your p. and L. and I mean that sounds so simple that that one thing helps you to understand your personal your money at a higher level and I. Think if you WanNa, really take that to the next level. Do the same thing with your with your personal budget get a get a personal bookkeeper. And meet regularly with that person too. So it's not you look in after your own finances. Yeah. Want to add just one piece because I love that idea as you may know in. Listening know that I'm trained as a tax attorney. So I happen to like numbers but I'm aware that a lot of entrepreneurs don't like numbers and you don't have to be in love with numbers the way I am. To do this, but you have to have somebody who's doing that. Make sure that you take each of the different kinds of products or services you offer that can be grouped together and be looked at as a profit center and allocate a portion of overhead to them. But then look at your variable costs and see is this particular product or service actually making me money or it could be losing me money and therefore. Either one eliminate it or definitely tie it to an up sell. So that becomes profitable. A lot of people don't know that either. I love that too I mean we actually have. For different product lines that we have, we have different bank accounts in different PNL's for him. And all at the end of the year goes goes into the master, Pian Albert Love the idea of looking at different parts of business differently and understanding where the allocation of costs. Sorry. His I think especially, businesses are doing multiple things they may be doing two three things that are just losing their money. If they put the time different energy resource and you know back in the things that are they're doing well, already they may have some really big success. Conscious million we've got a formula for creating wealth in its conscious focused action. However, Dirk the more I utilize that more realize it's actually a former formula for any kind of success, and so let's use it today a little different way than prophets. What's a conscious focus action that you do on a regular basis strictly to make a bigger contribution with your I think one of the things and abundances has been a really big part of this for me. I consciously spend more time with people that I see that are that are truly living lives of contribution. So for me when when I'm naturally around those kind of people are going to get presented with more opportunities to give and typically the opportunities that that come to me to give our opportunities that have been well thought out and are actually out there making an impact. Because I think that's something. That's a lot of people nervous about when they give to. Say like. Hey. Am I giving this actually something that's really make an impact. So for me, it's Again it's simple. It's being around people that live that type of lifestyle and they usually influenced me to show up in a bigger way in my contributions. What's a book that you could recommend for entrepreneurs? Again. This is a hard question for me because I love to read and there's just tons of stuff. one that I loved reading recently is actually called the fish that ate the whale. By Rich Cohen and I. Was on a on a plane with a couple of really successful entrepreneurs and they told me about the book and it's a fascinating story about Sam's Murray and He was a Russian immigrant that started the company q Mel and he eventually took over United Fruit. So it's one of those like American. I Kuhn type stories but it's just fascinating to see everything that he had overcome in his life and what he was able to do and and talked about a man of like impact contribution the things that he did. In the second half his life or just unbelievable and how many people he helped and like the actual..
"dirk van" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
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"dirk van" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Conscious air, your sense of purpose or calling it's integrated into your business that there's a bigger reason for building your business you WanNa make high profits but that positive impact you WanNa make sometimes is a bigger driver. 'cause you really want to create change in people's lives in the world. How does that impact the kind of people who work on a team? Well I think it's huge. I mean 'cause I mean here's here's here's the reason I think a lot of people fail in team swell is they don't engage that side of their people. And what happens is I think too many businesses look at their people as somebody that's showing up to help them win getting getting a paycheck and they don't like truly understand the man. This is another human being that's working in this organization, and even if they're working in that organization working you like they have a solid life purpose just like you do. Right, they've been passion about something just like you do so. When you can start engaging people that work in companies and you can start understand what really makes them tick? What are they passionate about like? What are their goals their? Matters for them, what matters for them, and then when you can create the alignment in where you're going in your organization with what they want if you can truly help move towards what they want. Then you're actually the linemen and when organizations can get into alignment with their people. That's we start seeing this like exponential explosion of creativity and drive and commitment and productivity and everything good that comes from. The challenges of most organizations today are actually non-alignment with their people and maybe the people were saying. Are, not in alignment period. Because I look at internal alignment, your mindset, your perception of who you are and what you can achieve external strategies. Even those who people parts are oftentimes not in alignment they're in conflict actually. and. It's not all in alignment with some specific direction you're headed it. That's different than what you're delivering, but it's the why why are you delivering this? That's right. Yeah. I think you're absolutely right. There's there's a lot of people that that are out of alignment and one thing that we've realized too is that. I think a lot of people aren't real clear about their actual personal values, right? So and and one thing I learned few years ago. Those really powerful is that. A. Lot of people actually set goals that are contradictory to their values and anytime of value goal clashes the value always wins right. So sometimes people say goals, they're not able to reach their goals is they're setting goals are out alignment with values. So I think the more that you can really dive into that level of understanding of who you are organization as an entrepreneur and the people that work for you. When you go into that kind of depth, you just see a completely different life form showing up in the organization. I kind of want to backtrack. We've talked about where you are now and. And Burke flow in the company that you're you're building and you're moving from Houston to Austin, which I think is really intriguing. I. Mean Austin such a hip coup place I think Austin, Denver's kind of being kind of brothers and sisters or maybe they're just brothers or sisters I don't know. But let's start at the beginning and just talk for a couple of minutes before we go to break. How did you? How did you make that first million and what have you learned from literally making millions that you could share with other entrepreneurs that are on that path right now? man so The first time a him million was in real estate and it was actually a real estate sales team. That I started off hired somebody else in the hiring a few people and then expanding into to cities. and. Actually after that I ended up probably three years. Three years ago I shut that down because start workflow incense launch bird-flu You know we've actually had a lot of success very quickly but I think the the biggest thing that I've learned and. The. The first time I did it was it was a lot harder than the second time. And she don't know what you're doing. That's. Yeah I, think your. When you start getting. When you start getting really clear about the long game that you're playing I. think that's when it becomes so much easier. And because when you're playing the short game and you're constantly like in the moment and just like what what matters now? There's too many challenging things that pop up as obstacles that are difficult to get over. But when you when you answer something way further out there also think that. It's one hundred percent related to a bigger purpose about what you're doing when it's not I think. When it's not about the money, you're GONNA, make it way faster I think that's the crux of it. And When you truly anchored to a purpose that's further out there much bigger than yourself. You start going afterward with a new level of not just like energy and vitality, but just conviction and think that people around you feel that in the sense that and being a Lotta people today, and this is kind of what you said a while ago. JV that you know there's a lot of you know businesses today that. The, they WanNa have a purpose you know and they wanna it's important for them to to do something that matters right to have an impact and I think people want to be a part of that at a greater scale today than they have in the past you are that person that can that can lead a charge like that I think that your growth and success just happened so much faster. Well that goes back to the team you build because if you're clear about that that bigger purpose driven that calling that that inspiration that you have to create positive change in other people's lives in worlds in or in the organizations you tend to attract people who you think of Apple. You know I think it's fair to say from all the autobiographies that Steve Jobs was not the most pleasant person to work for however, he attracted people who believed in the mission and believed in my bigger vision. And that's why they came there and that's why apple is still one of the most creative innovative companies on the planet. And who attract people that are high talent because they want to be part of that purpose they wanna be part of that culture. Yeah I think I think that's so massive. Today of companies can really understand what that looks like. I think that that changes a lot of things. We're here with Dirk Van Reenen, he the founder of Burke flow, and we'll be right back with the twenty four hour challenge and the conscious millionaire entrepreneur questions. have. You wondered why some entrepreneurs coaches. Makers make.
"dirk van" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Woke up to the conscious millionaire show episode. Number. Eighteen twenty three This is Dirk Van Reenen CEO flow and on today's show is reveal how you can build a pivot ready to eat. Conscious millionaire, the number one show for conscious entrepreneurs. NCO's on a mission to build a highly profitable business that makes a positive impact on Egypt's discover how to make bigger money create a bigger impact and live a bigger line. You're listening to the conscious meaner network her by over twelve million listeners in one hundred and ninety countries. Now, join your host jv chrome the third the conscious millionaire mentor master in L. P coach Speaker, and author of the number one international bestseller conscious millionaire grow your business by making a difference. Hello this JV and I am so excited you've joined us today as I frequently say this isn't just a podcast and syndicated radio show it's an entrepreneurial training just for you we're going to be discussing mindset strategy execution how you could build a high profit business that makes a positive impact and gives you the fulfillment and the financial freedom that you're seeking. Now help me welcome our featured guest. He's an award winning entrepreneur and sought after international business consultant and speaker he's the founder of Burke Flow accompanied that empowers on. and See IOS to build productive teams, scaled their businesses and enjoy better quality of life my guest today Dirk Van Reenen Dirk, thank you so much for being featured guest today..
"dirk van" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Over their covert 19 outbreak. The Miami Marlins will not play their two games in Miami tonight tomorrow. Manford, noting that pending test results, the Marlins and Baltimore Orioles could begin their Siri's Wednesday. Those games postponed after at least 13 Miami players and coaches tested positive for the Corona virus, also leading the Philadelphia Phillies, who had just hosted the Marlins with their opening Siri's to postpone Monday's game against the New York Yankees. As for the fate of the 2020 seasons, the whole Manfred says owners remain onboard protocols were built in order to allow us to continue to play through those positives. Well, a major theater gene in the country's opening back up next month. Regal Cinema has announced it will reopen starting August 21st while implementing a number of procedures to keep people safe, including contact. Payment, new cleaning equipment and a reduced concession menu. Currently, the two movie set to be released the week of August 20 1st are Solstice Studios unhinged and Lionsgate's antebellum snack sellers or seeing a pandemic. Arab boost Gina Servitia Bloomberg Houses and focus report the world's biggest makers of salty snacks and sweet treats or seeing a surgeon demand for their products. Amid the Corona virus. Pandemic is consumers do more of their eating at home. Dirk van to put a CEO of Mont Elise, maker of Ritz crackers and Real cookies. They go a little bit more comfort food. They also go back to the brand they know and love. Similar trends are reported at Pepsi's Frito Lay. And at Eminem's maker Mars Wrigley, where Blas Mako Var sees a trend of customers purchasing in bulk. They are by more larger tax instead of single sex. Etcetera. But the habit of eating snacks continues to be there and continues to grow Much of the snack shopping. I shifted to e commerce sales, reflecting a broader change during the pandemic. But at home consumers air not sticking with gum again. Dirk then to put it Monday, lease or candy, which.
"dirk van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're looking at another day, with stocks close to the best level of the day right now stocks or gaining a signs that the world could be closer to an effective treatment for covert 19 blondes. Concerns that are rising number of cases will curb the global economic recovery as some P up 20. Now that's a gain of 7/10 of 1%. We've got the Dow up 281 points, up 1.1% while NASDAQ is up 14 again of 1/10 of 1%. The 10 year down 5 30 seconds healed. 0.62%. Gold down 3/10 of 1% again Recapping Equities push higher this Friday s and P up 20 a gain of points. 6%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. We want to welcome our Bloomberg TV audience that's joining us here on Bloomberg Radio and our guest at this hour, a behemoth in the package food business, You know their brands from Oreo and Cadbury to tried and and Tang. So many more a $73 billion market caps and 26 billion in annual revenues were, of course, talking about Mont Elise and they join us now for another edition of Business Week talks. Mont Elise chairman and CEO Dirk van to put joining us now on the phone from Miami. Dirk. So nice to have you here with us and our Bloomberg TV and radio audiences. I am curious. You know how things have changed. Here We are 17 weeks into the shutdown. What have you seen in terms of consumption changes? What have been sustained, which have not been tell us how things have kind of evolved. For your business and also your team there at Mont Elise. Well, thanks for having me Carol and Jason and it's a pleasure to be here if I look at the consumer first. We see a number off shift in behavior. Our business is largely a biscuit and chocolate business, but we also have gum and candy from about the beverages. On DH, some cheese like Philadelphia. I would say in general for our categories. What we see is that there is an increase in in home snacking. On DH pronounced change of the consumer eating a lot more in there, how in their homes and so listen, restaurants less on the goal and we see that effect on our business clearly, so they send to eat more biscuits. They tend to eat more chocolate at home. Then a category like gum or candy, which is more on the gold vault in convenience stores, and so on. It's it's affected. Negative first previous year. I have to say you've been talking. I just say, Jason and I have been nodding about the chocolate checks out innovating Dirk. It's happening, including Oreos and our end and lots of chocolate. Yes, yes, The other big thing that you see is that that just like you were alluding consumer want Ah, little bit off normalcy. They want to feel good safe. On and so they snack Mohr. They go a little bit more to comfort food. They also go back to the brands They know in love, and you've mentioned a few that we have. So we also see that effect that's AH market share and our big brands are of Are growing quite a bit. Thea. Other one that I want to mention about consumers is that they are being I wouldn't call it driven online. I think what we will see us coming out of this is that this was really the moment that shopping showed a major shift from going to the store. By more and more online every C for groceries. We see a lot of first timers really starting to buy their groceries online. So those were some of the big the big things we're seeing as it relates to the consumer, right? So quit when you think about sort of how you have to respond to that. Tell us about your supply chain. Have you had any interruptions there? Have you had to change anything to meet that? Customer demand, but also to meet you know any of the challenge is about getting it to stores or getting into people's homes. Yes, Yes, I would say at the moment things are better, certainly in us and in and in Europe, they're still sometimes a little bit fragile in emerging markets. But overall, I would say we've never really had a major disruption. Sometimes of plans had to shut down for 23 days because our workers couldn't get to the plant or we had to negotiate with the government that our our plant could continue to work in some countries. But overall, I would say we've been able to keep our supply chain going largely. We've seen slowdowns AST We needed to sometimes take people out of the plan if there would be somebody that got AH, infected. So it has been a challenge that is now better. But we are worried as we see, for instance, in us the rights of the cases as we see it in the different states happening. If we have a plan there, we will start to see more cases in our plans, and that could have an effect on our supply chain. Obviously. Sony, You went exactly where I wanted you to go, Which is, you know, with these increasing cases and maybe even the potential of a second wave. Do you start stockpiling some ingredients in different places in different regions? How do you Anticipated now having gone through this for a few months. Yes, we do. Ah, prepare for stockpiling ingredients because our suppliers could go and could have problems to the We start to look for temporary workers or increase our workforce to make sure that we can keep our supply chain going in our sales force. Are going. We reinforce all the measures that we have in our plants and inner offices. But we also spend a lot of time with people talking about. How to behave outside of our facilities and how to make sure that that you stay safe and healthy and and as it relates to office workers, we are still recommending everybody to work as much from home as they possibly can. Remind us in terms of your workers how that has gone in terms of holding on the workers keeping workers what were seeing, you know, I think we're at this very interesting time. Dirk, where companies as we head into another earning season, are reassessing kind of what they need going forward. And of course, it depends on demand going forward, and it depends on the global economy going forward. How do you see that? Yeah, We're lucky in a way that I would say overall, our business is doing pretty pretty much OK, the we have more variations around the world. And so it depends a little bit where you are on Rus business is doing very well at this stage. So we've bean recruiting and adding workers to our business in the US It's pretty selected America at the moment. Our business is suffering a little bit, and there we have to be a lot more careful and and try to get by with the minimum amount of workers that we possibly can. So it's not the uniforms pictures around the world for us for us looks looks looks very good at this stage. WeII. We also have to work quite a lot with our office workers working from home gets to you. After a while, it seems great but sitting in front of screens eight hours a day, they in day out and and the blending Off your personal life with.
"dirk van" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"A free consultation with an on deck loan adviser visit Ondeck Dot com slash podcast welcome to the entrepreneurs NBA bringing you am I going to do and it's funny how you know looking back now it's like look at ten thousand the banker but I mean that's the first time it was just like Oh man like there isn't a lifeline here like I'm on my own I think being that young you don't think about it it's not like you know not enough for for eighteen years for me has been that journey of like walking that out but still there's certain situations that I'm up against that I've never dealt with before the Kolzig now is that of realized how important it is to surround yourself with the right people right so my my sphere of influence I asked his food wanting to talk to and like that's how I approach everything today wipe back then it was more like what I need to do right now and I've been able to Kinda mature my thinking in San Thought about what I can do it's about who can give me advice sunny who can give me the connection I need who can tell me exactly what to do and how to do it if I need to do it right but it's not for me to just always figure out no that's super great advice and and so important to have people in your life that you can the came after the fact a lot right but I mean at the time again like I wasn't I wasn't like a great business person our great entrepreneurs bond existing business I continue to grow it I mean we doubled the size mutant location all this kind of stuff but what it did do as I did take on debt during that time to be a to do the expansion bring on some lines and stuff like that but I mean we have two things that really kind of happened at the same time as one hundred people in the south western official members but starting in two thousand and five going to route so two dozen five six seven eight there was a drought that was going on and when you have drought there's not that much snow you know in the mountains right so when it's when it's you know forty fifty degrees in December or in March in the mountains people don't go skiing right so the businesses already down own kind of during those years and then when obviously when the when the recession hit all of a sudden people's discretionary income to go skiing also cut out so those two things together just Kinda let us to just lead dry I mean it was like a it was a really nasty thing I think it's back then no one of these things that I was kind of trying to different things like marketing my business differently but I didn't have enough situational awareness on a bigger scale about what was really happening and of course when by the time I had a close my doors sexy my landlord showed up one day and locked me out of my own business right so I mean you know waking up the next morning you know now twenty seven years old waking up the next morning like you like what now right I don't have to go to inventories locked up right I mean Otis money and that whole experience really jarred something in me right to it still took years kind of walk this out that me really to understand that losing businesses real right Zamin I got into business fairly easy rider wasn't that I had like worth nerves and work on finance scene work on projections all this kind of stuff like getting in was easy in a rented you know for for quite a few years and a great business but that moment when all of a sudden like you don't have anything and then I had to figure out how do I get my inventory out and I mean again like I was just last there was some amazing people in my life during that time that could help you out there was journey that just met maybe like three months before he's a great guy going to sort of mentor me and end up giving me the co-signing alone at least from a landlord to get my inventory liquidate some of that and get a hold of it you know looking back I think the first thing I realize is that I didn't give much thought just like when I moved my business from from one location to another I didn't really really think through that very well when I when I added my might new summer lines I didn't think through it real well it was more based on how do I feel about it you know what am I thought on it like what do I think would be cool right so what do the work to start really looking at information data to make good decisions in prisons and luckily I was blessed that you know the young age I I had a business of three hundred thousand dollars in debt twenty seven years old and I had nothing to show for it this point rate so going being in that situation and then after that you know as a started kind of getting working for the auction company and starting my own auction company and walking all that out in real estate I mean in we went through a period of about seven or eight years of really hard living and because one thing we've out is that we're going to pay back every dime of debt had and we were actually to get done the little of last year so that tells you how long it goes to pay all of that debt back but we like I think my wife and I I mean certainly for me it was a very humbling experience so it knocked out a lot of ego and pride and things like that which are really big killers of success in business right if people wanting to look good and be right and I think I had a lot of that my early twenties I wonder look good and be right and other business owner young age and still where my friends and going to college or while they were working as it will do things they couldn't right so there's a certain level of pied they came from that but my experience losing a business like Just knocked all of that got to the point where I just realized that look I can't do anything until I expect accept full responsibility for one happen because even if there was more of a drought even if the recession hit when I looked around there were other shops that were my industry that were still open so even though I wanna point everything else and say hey that's why failed a alternately came to the decision said the only reason I failed as the decisions I've made or did not make or the action took did not take and once I was able to Kinda claim that full responsibility for the failure and also gave me new level our to move forward in my life and you know after several years like just being knocked down by debt I mean at this point we're facing foreclosure on a continual basis system years just like a mass rate so just came to the point where my back was so far against ground the said that's it I'm done I'm getting out of this and in that the moment really kind of came in in in around two thousand and twelve since then it's been like this beautiful journey of like how my life has changed family's life has changed but it came from that moment of just saying like look I if I don't like take responsibility for it I can't move this forward I think that's fine the biggest lesson that truly got taught to me and really internalized during that I appreciate the story and I know it's it's always painful to to about the things that we did wrong into to put him out there so I appreciate you doing that it's interesting there was a billionaire multi-billionaire named t boone pickens who passed away recently on not been outed you right so now I'm rolling okay yeah so he wrote a letter an open letter that Ed was supposed to be opened upon his death and he won the lines in that letter said I know the guy who created all of the success in my life and all the failures it was the same guy right in it took him a long time to realize that I think you realize that even earlier rage that he did and that springboard him to his success is understanding then obviously has done the same for you now going on too I mean eight hundred million in revenue in any business let alone a a real estate business jet a lot of people you have brokerage you had the auction company so you had businesses that you're able to take the the learnings pain the responsibility and then springboard into two successful businesses obviously the lessons important in as an entrepreneur entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs no matter what happens in the past they're gonNA start another business so maybe you didn't have that fear that others important moments It was it was probably about six months after my shop failed my dad sat down with me as remember this where we were in a starbucks in a in a oh back young on your own on your own in business again and I think that you know I I don't think I family right they didn't understand that's something that's important is that you are an entrepreneur you have to understand that you're you're operating still there's mentality of like I'm always going to work for somebody else and there's going to be a paycheck with benefits and you can't take advice from people that don't live in that world or haven't found success in that world because whatever they're giving you is going to be again and I don't know that I'll ever actually go back into retail ever because having that had that business fail Really I mean it was book from Adam Dot Com.
"dirk van" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"This morning. I'm terry. Stacey coming up over the next couple of hours. We're going to talk to cartoonist Gary verbal son Brett who is making movies. In fact, he's got another one coming out, and he needs some help. But right now, I want to get to our first guest this morning because today's international holocaust remembrance day. It's an international Memorial Day commemorating, the tragedy of the holocaust, which resulted in the death of an estimated eleven million people by the Nazi regime. It is an honor to have a holocaust survivor with us this morning, Dr Dirk van Leinen, the author of a book series based on his experiences during that time and his books include resistance on a bicycle the Americans are coming and his latest the last train to the concentration camp doctor van lean and thank you very much for joining us this morning. My pleasure. I'm going to give everybody a little bit of background because you were born just after the war had begun in the Netherlands nineteen forty and you're correct. Your father was a Christian your mother, Jewish your father, a lawyer played a key role in the Dutch resistance efforts. So tell us about your father, and what he was doing to resist that Nazi occupation. He was in charge of getting. The Jews out of the city of the Hake in Holland and there were about fifty thousand Jews in Hake and the Nazis one they begin rounding up day resistance got together in a group of about thirty men were hiding people we had an average of twenty people under the floor of our house, but that's nothing compared to the number of people that needed to be put in hiding. So every night resistance men would come to our house. Take one person at a time. It was curfew could not be on the street period. Let alone with a Jewish Bush knew had a passport or. And I was a big red Jay on it. So those people had to be brought through back alleys, and and backyard and orchards and fields out of the city, which was totally closed off by roadblocks. So it was very dangerous task. But many people were able to be brought to. Hiding places owned farms in some places there were as many as seventy people in one place, and that had to be very kept very secret. Because if the Nazis got the window that today took the whole farm down. Well, you know, I I understand that you were helping your father you at three years old. You started to help your father in in a particular way. And explain what you are doing it three. Okay. Well, my father wrote his bicycle to all those farms, first of all to arrange for more and more hiding places and Secondly. Food was on very strict distribution, so distribution stamps or not given to the Jews. Of course, they didn't exist for the Nazis. So the resistance printed, those counterfeited those and my father had to deliver those, but every roadblock riding on his bicycle he was stopped frisked any derogated. So my father took me with him on the back of the bicycle, and I was packed with older counterfeit papers, goodness and did not she never touch a child, and we had a role because I stayed on the bicycle while my father was interrogated, and if there was it became a little too tense for him. He would put his hand on his cheek. And that was the sign for me to create a scene in verses very good at bowling. As a result. The soldiers would come to my to me to the bicycle. And and say, what's the matter? And I would always have to say I am hungry and I wash and sometimes they even gave me something to eat. And meanwhile, they're let my father go at every time he was stopped. I was staying on the bicycle and I wish to decoy of the operation in many other ways to and that's all in my first book. That's in the first book in the series that he has put together the last train to the concentration camp is the third in this trilogy, which draws on his family's personal experiences during World War Two at three. Do you? Remember that? So clearly at three years old you remember that? Oh, yes. Very very vividly. And of course, after I started writing when I started writing books I to go back to Holland and talk to a lot of resistance people that were few of them were still alive. Most of them all of course, fibers gone. So anyway, I I was able to get a lot of information. But when I when we went to the concentration camp, I was five years almost six and in debt time, my father was arrested in the midst of seventy two Jews. How did he get caught? He got caught. He was followed by two trucks was binoculars. They stay away from him half a mile behind him. And he was followed. And every time he went into farm. He was on a mission wizard colleague to warn the farmers that did not she's we're still on their trail. And so he every time he went into a farm five minutes later, the Turks would go in and he would escape again. And again, and again until finally they got got hold of him and arrested him and tortured him for five days. Then my mother had to come to clean him up. And my mother took me with her because I couldn't stay alone with the older hydrogen in hiding people in the house, and so she cleaned my father up I when she was done. She said to the soldiers reread it. To go home. And the soldiers set story, ma'am, you're going to the on the train tonight with your was your husband. We were pushed in a cattle wagons two hundred people in one wagon, and that was so tight that they had to push club oc- into wagon. And then it was closed and the train started going at it to four days and four nights to get to a concentration camp. Most camps were closed by that time. Did you know what did you know at that age? Did you realize what you were going? And what do you have any idea? You did I knew because earlier I had some little two girls. Tweet industry were arrested and they were sent to coach attrition camping. They never came back Davor show cute. And I missed them so much as a little boy. But I knew that they were we were told once you get into the camp, you'll never get out. And again reminds us please dead bodies came out of that wagon because we had been on the train for four days and four nights without food without border and without a bathroom. You can imagine. Message that it's not in a million years. Would I ever know or be able to understand what that was like Dr van Leinen hang on for me? We're gonna take a quick break. You're listening to the first day on ninety three WIBC.
"dirk van" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And you can download all of our archive shows. Let us know what you think to Richard. What did you think about the interview with Dr Dirk van Lena, always into quite interesting? A lot of people have some gotten the idea that the holocaust never happened. My father was a bomber pilot navigator in World War Two he traveled over tall. These camps with the commanding general eight their force at the end of the war. He said, I saw it happen. Don't anybody ever tell you didn't my father. He was talking about Holland. My father was a glider pilot during market garden with the allied forces. We didn't get into much of that. But my father went to his grave saying the same thing. Don't tell anybody that. It didn't happen. It happened. Tell everybody that it did happen. That is put it in a positive. Let's move on Richard. Let's say that you and your husband or pardon me, you and your wife, pardon me plan on getting a divorce. But in order to do that, you must first appear in a court dressed the same way as when you were married in other words in your tuxedo. And she and her white bridal gown, or if it was off, white, whatever. In other words, the way you were married would be -ffective to changing your mind. There is some discussion on the website about happening in Ghana. Now, it's a little bit. There's discussion that they does happen in Ghana, according to some judges, they say, all right. You want a divorce in my court. You gotta come dressed in the way, you wear a dress the same way you were married. Other people say no that doesn't really have typically Indiana. But it gave me food for thought to bring this conversation to the air. So what if? A couple had to do that. And more to the point. There is some sites about other areas in Africa where if you want a divorce you have to consult your mother in law. So these are sort of unique and creative ways of having a couple think twice about going through a divorce procedure. Do you think any of this can work? Well, I don't I don't think it would be counterproductive tell you my first mother-in-law. She would have paid me to go away before we've got. So she would have gladly agreed to the divorce and. As far as dressing goes style sheet, so often I take if I saw my first wife and the stuff we wore I run the other way as fast as I could. So it become a productive to stopping divorces. What do you think? Maybe in your case. You know, you were divorced and your mother-in-law clearly didn't like you. But what about in general what if a judge says, this is the way around my court? This is the way it's going to be. I'm not gonna grant this divorce until you both come in a bit. Like you were. I mean, maybe you're fifty pounds heavier. You can't get into that bridal dress. But I want you to come dressed as a bride, and I want you sir to come dressed in a tuxedo. And I'm watching sit in my court for on and on making this part up now for an hour. And I want you to hold hands. And I want you to think about things before I even enter the court because those are the rules in my court. These creative ways to try to keep people together. Are they so off in general? I don't mean in your life per se. But I mean in general, I think most people if they decided to get a divorce. They really thought it through long and hard and nothing is going to actually change it. You could sit there. He goes for all these antics that some of these judges or whatever it is demand that you do and in the end, you're still going to get divorced. There's a reason you're getting divorced in the first place, and that is not going to change. What about a judge that says because this was happening? I in some of the chat rooms, and there was some good threads on this, by the way with regard to the Ghana story..
"dirk van" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Wednesday. This is Fox News. And now the lens of liberty. Here's Helen krieble. An historic church in Warrenton Virginia is a landmark recognized by a sixty five foot steeple. But one hundred and thirty years weather have not been that steeple which was writing and falling apart. The congregation raised enough money to have the steeple replaced with an exact replica made of fiberglass. So it would be maintenance free the city blocked, the replacement demanding the mend Dover two hundred sixty two thousand dollars to rebuild the steeple with specific kinds of what they should have looked through the lens of liberty and realize that church was none of the government's business. A town government has important duties such as maintaining roads, but their duties do not include micromanaging people's emails Goto lens of liberty dot org. You won't believe what you hear. Retailer for details. I'm happy to bring to the microphone Dr Dirk van Leinen who spent time as a child in a concentration camp in Belgium during World War Two.
"dirk van" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"One great thing they did one time and the expectations the fall yacht whatever apple does is unlikely to match what i did and it never sri i think we can all agree on that while i don't think there's going to be ten nights worth of an iphone eight release if that's where you're suggesting exactly like a new phone every day for ten days and you have no idea how good it's going to be we'd better move on a second quarter results from onto lease were overshadowed by the news that ceo irene rosenfeld stepping down in november she's going to remain as chair of the company of eleven years in the corner office for irene rosenfeld and a kind of interesting that amman to lease uh is bringing in an outsider a some of our the name of dirk van to put who's coming over from mccain foods the ringing in an outsider and that suggests to me that uh all is not well in the house of orio at month lease if if you're thinking is we need some fresh perspective and we're going to bring in an outsider i think that's what this move telegraph's as opposed to everything's been going so great for so long we just need a top lieutenant to come in and keep this steady ship afloat well it's it's reasonably tough times in the packaged food uh services sector and monalisa is not really escape that and has not outperformed the competition so i can see going in a new direction as being one of the possible solutions particularly over the last uh maybe three years uh it's it has not lived up to its the competition so you may be right about that i haven't seen the details and i'm sure they're not saying anything like that but uh it's been underperforming stock for quite a long period of time and the house of oriole i mean it it's a lot more than that maybe maybe not to you.