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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It going this? Fantastic. Are you I I'll? I'm excited to be here Dr. break. How are you doing great? By pedigree weekend well, we are on the other side of the president. Donald J trump Tulsa rally that occurred. Yesterday I woke up at three o'clock to attend the the our our conference. We to thrive time show today, interactive business commerce, and so I woke three in the morning. Did mine minority. My normal thing got ready for the event. We did the event then I went over to the Tulsa trump rally, because I was asked to be a part of the trump media, and so I had a media pass and so one o'clock in the afternoon I believe I arrived downtown Tulsa. And, then I baked in the sun for three hours as I waited to get allowed to get into the caged area, or the fenced in area where they blocked in the Baker Oklahoma Center so that way. You could not get into to be okay or cause problems with people who are attending a trump rally unless you had security ID. That kind of thing so I got in there once. I got in there after baking in the sun for. Hours so you could relate to trump story on west point and the graduation ceremony. It was very. It was punishingly hot out there right no cover, but we get inside and once we get inside. It was unbelievable because Chad pray through who just had and he's right there. So I thought you know I'm just GonNa Interview Chat Breath Prater, and then I started interviewing people who are attending the rally and I thought you know what we need to do a show. On managing people. Because Rai, far the hardest the hardest aspect of US organizing our time show conference of President trump organizing rally is managing people through to all go in the same direction, right? An insurrection I mean that's the that's the biggest challenge I mean I think about. All the shows we do Jason I. Think about we do shows on branding we do. shows on on marketing. We shows about all different ways to market different ways to get to the top of surgeons we do. We do shows on accounting We do a Lotta shows on accounting. We do shows on schedule making and making systems, and all these things, but the most difficult part is managing people always so Dr Break I. Want to ask you this if you don't agree, it's fine sure. Do you believe that managing other people is the hardest aspect of running a chiropractic center, and if not, what is the hardest part of manager of running a Chiropractic Center I would love to say there's another aspect it's more difficult, but managing people is the most difficult aspect. Really. Yeah, I. I believe that. Now Jason Beasley, do you? Do you also believe that managing people? 'cause you managed Elfin the room and when I say you managed I mean we're talking about you managed. Forty five employees. Employee's. You managed a payroll a big a big team. Close to you know three million dollars in business. You believe that managing people was the hardest part of your job was at sales, or was it accounting or wasn't keeping track of things? What was the hardest part of managing people like I? I like to think of it really good manager, but every single day. No matter what tasks like there are a lot of tasks like you know making sure. Our shop licenses stayed within a state board protocol. Making sure we had stuff ordered learning how to make products. Products Payroll learning that whole system was crazy, but when it comes down to it daily, the hardest thing was managing human beings. So what I WANNA do is I wanNA tap into Dr. brex brain and your brain Jason, and what you guys to one up each other with specifically, what is the hardest part of managing? People got it because again I see so many people at the workshop who have who attended the workshop last year and they sit clay. I am now getting more leads than ever, and that is. That is awesome I'm for you and they are listening to marketing is working great. Let's? And then they say. When are you going to have that management guy? Come up and speak winter you having Eddie Hall Guy, come up and speak power. We Eddie. Holcombe speak. Yeah, this guy manages. He owns and operates domino's pizzas. Tulsa he has a payroll. A staff of over four hundred employees yeah I was listening to that issue. And I was like shaking my head going man. I can't imagine managing four hundred people he he does, and I think I asked him, and he kinda turn the MIC to the side. But I said. How often do you have to fire people? Do you ever have to fire people and he looks at me and he. Goes everyday, but then he's. What am I allowed to say here, but the idea is that when you managed people four hundred people. That's tough for breakfast for you. What is the single most difficult aspect of managing people is? Is it getting them to be on time? But what do you think well at this point now? It's not getting more time. It's I think for the. You know really just staying on task and grabbing hold of our overall purpose and you know. Having that energy that just consistently is there day after day after day providing the service and the product that we WANNA put out there, so that consistency is real challenge getting people to stay on task. Yeah, and you have a great team now. Let's let's talk. I manage you know we're. We're a team about ten, so let's talk about the past not in. What possibly could somebody do at work? That's not related to work. Like, what things could somebody possibly do? They're not related to what needs to be done while at work well, thanks to the invention of the Internet. There's a million things that can be done while at work, but not working so I think one employee actually found the end of the Internet and. They just to Google. They there on page two hundred two But telling patients, the exact opposite of what our scripts say and that that one's a fun one Yeah, there's so many different things. I had one massage therapist that was just taking a nap in their massage room and their client was out waiting for them. so yeah, there's a number of things that people can do that are just you would think you wouldn't have to manage them on. Just you know being in adult. Well. Management is mentorship, and this is first area again, someone says. How do I keep my employees on task? So tough. Tough, ask number one keeping employees on task. Jason, explained to listeners out there. What a key performance! Is will keep performance indicator is some task or some metric. That is going to directly impact the overall profitability of Your Business, so I guess the easiest way to describe it is. It's one of the differentiator is that you need to be tracking in order to make sure that your business is either on tracker? So, like for us, one of the. One is KPI. One of our key performance indicators is membership sales. It is one of our member one of our. Key performance indicators we track the percentage of good. Somebody is at selling memberships, so they have ten presentations of an elephant in the room and they closed five than they have a fifty percent conversion rate. We want everyone fifty five percent conversion rate, and because we track, we know whether someone's doing well or not doing well, but again keeping the team on task that is. Number One and so the action item I'm giving you the solution the solution is this. Provide your team with key performance indicators and keep them busy right now..

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"With chatting. But in the meantime we have to kill the bucks we see about. You have to kill about bucket dot. Good enough just to dodge the book have to be part of the solution, but tell me what are the steps for the group interview? Well, the first thing is you have to commit to it. You can't just say you're going to do it. You need to put it in the schedule. Cut It like you have for Thursday's at six PM that way you know. Know exactly every single day up this hour on this day. That's time commit to schedule it. No excuses as long as in the schedule, but then you have to come up with a group or will. Won't you have your job posting so whatever position you're hiring for? You want to create a very attractive job posting so when people see it, they're like Oh, I want to go work at you. Know Dr Brex Chiropractic Office. This place seems awesome. Talk about your benefits. The culture core values stuff like that to get people in the door. You also after that need to have a group interview response email so that way when people. When people apply for the job, you can send them the same thing. Hey, this looks amazing. I love to interview I'm holding an interview at six PM on Thursday leave. The address a picture of the map would be helpful. Got Them what to bring. So you're three are awesome. It's. Come, prepared with questions have a piece of paper or something right on with a writing utensil and dress to impress. So that way, you kind of set the tone for everything, and then after that you want to have some sort of follow up system to schedule The people that you actually like from the group interview. Alright, so step one. You have to create a job post. WHERE DO WE POST THEIR JASON? Where should we? Where should we? Should we be posting? Find candidates on the planet Earth well to great options that are dirt, cheap are craigslist, and indeed craigslist, and indeed okay great, so I posted a job post, then create a pre written response email true, then I conduct the actual interview, yes, and in the interview. What kind of questions do people? How do we structure the actual group? Interview itself so? I'm paraphrasing, but it's the three CS. It's communication. Compensation. I can't think of what the other is communism. Yes. Cuteness cuteness. We basically want to tell you want to be able to go into it. Explain what you're hiring for that way. Anybody who does have questions they can start to formulate those you want to clearly define and describe what the pay scale is going to be because that's going to be super enticing as far as you know trying to find your am be players, but then you want to open the floor for questions that way every single person who's attending who is worth? Your time will ask you questions, and it's going to limit how much time you have to spend outside of a that interview you. Struggle right now to find good people. You're telling me. I have to do is do a John Post every week I post. I'm now hiring on craigslist, and and and on indeed Yep then step to. I. Respond to all potential candidates with the same. What them know, hey, I'll be interviewing you this Thursday at six senior Yup. and. Then I conduct the interview, and in the interview I answer questions from people any any questions. They have I over what people get paid right? Yup I go over the expectations. I go over the ORG chart. I enter any questions. The whole thing takes about an hour. I feel like somebody out. There has some pushback about it. Break. You've been doing the group interview. What what kind of questions did you have about the group interview going into it because the whole point is to help them the listeners out share bill to find good people well. Initially I had a lot of pushback myself as far as the use of time and you know whether or not it would really be good good use of my time and so what I found is like you said I would have a need that may arise long before I'm ready to even pull the trigger like previously. You've talked about employees that were holding me hostage. And I didn't have a good person candidate to replace them with, and so that employees stayed in position far longer than they should have and It was when you talked about that. Need that just really hit home with me and resonated with me because I had that problem and I was like I have to implement this interview because I can no longer be held hostage by any one of my employees, and so that was that was my. Motivation for going ahead and pulling that trigger now I WANNA make sure the listeners get this idea when you mentioned vetted, employees had the potential to hold you hostage when you don't have a backup, it also works the other way. Let me give you an example, yeah! We had a guy in our team. About a year ago, maybe less than that maybe nine months ago, who was doing a very good job in the call center and he said that he was like to be a business consultant he wants to do. He basically wants to Jason's job. Right Jason Why in our organization. Is it impossible for somebody to become a business consultant if we are fully booked out with clients, why is it possible for somebody else to become a business consulting for already booked down well? We have already taken on as many spots as you would like. And the coaches are there to help fill those spots, and so if we are to full roster than it would be pointless coach if they don't have anybody, so we only work with one hundred and sixty clients. And some would say. Why don't you grow? Because I, don't want to. So somebody said to me I'd like to be a consultant. That's that's great and I would love for you to be a consultant, but you can't be one here says why because. We. Already have a full roster of clients. We've got a couple of coaches that are already in the process of training. We've got one young lady WHO's having a baby soon and maybe we're going to transition some clients there, but you want to get promoted. Refer you to shaw homes. That's that's a good opportunity for you. At our office who work from seven am to three.

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Make an assumption for how much tax you're going to have to pay in that business that we'd apply the tax rate that the person who's been acquired is going to have to pay on. That ain't come. And then multiply that number somewhere between three and five, depending on how much they want this business, some other risk factors that are involved. Get you know what we're going to pay for. What do you think so? What what do you think it's worth conservative? You know the client doing three million bucks a year revenue twenty percent profit. The owner's pain themselves ninety six thousand a year. They work six hours a week. How much would you value it? So we're at night, six, hundred thousand in profit, and then you're at ninety six thousand dollars a year and I'm going to go ahead and deduct forty. To replace you with someone else who you have to do, the job got so now that would bring you down to six hundred, fifty, six thousand per year Yep, so I'm GonNa, take six, hundred, fifty, six, thousand per year, and I'm going to time by point eight, which would be the after tax earnings got it, and then I'm GonNa take that without knowing any other risk factors. Toward Below Ed and say the business is worth a million and a half. A million bucks. Guess okay, so let's do this again for somebody. Let's say we have a plumber listening. I break I. Think this is important because you're right now. In the process of buying a building I am at some point. I don't know that we aspire to be on the cover of Forbes. And you know be these kings of net worth, but at some point I'll as you're planning retirement and thinking about what to do when you're done being a chiropractor I think we want to know what our companies worth what we could sell it for sure, so let's go with this example. Let's say a plumber out there. Josh and I'm doing. Let's go with a five million a year this time. Okay, I'm a plumber. I'm doing five million dollars a year revenue gives kind of the equation so finally dollars of revenue and again in this particular situation making twenty five percent profit. On. How do we determine the value? First of all just a plumber. At twenty five percent profit might be a little bit difficult to scale on those things but we'll just go with. It so the five million. If if I, have you know, let's say they're doing the twenty five percent profit you know. that would bring us to one million, two hundred fifty thousand dollars in profit for year, one man, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. Prophet got it. Yeah, we'll go the other way with this owner. We're going to say that this owner is only paying himself one hundred thousand, but he's a very high level h technician and he's GonNa this going to cost us one hundred, fifty or even two hundred thousand to replace this owner with multiple people. So he he's only taking a hundred but it's going to cost two hundred to replace a once. He's out of this thing. Got It, so I'm going to deduct that. Two hundred thousand and I have one point two five million, and I'm going to add the to the duck, the two hundred thousand and get one million and fifty. got. Now again I'm going to apply attacks factor so I'm, GonNa, look at the one million and fifty and I'm GONNA turns up five point eight, so I'm basically removing twenty percent for taxes. Yup Okay. I'm left with eight hundred forty thousand, and again I don't know the the risk factors in the business, but on the low end that is going to be worth two and a half million and on the high end. That business is going to be worth roughly four point two million. Got It got so again. If you're out there and you own a business, why is it important for you to know about what it's worth? Why is that important? Why does that matter? Well, I mean it can affect financing, also GonNa greatly affect your exit strategy. How are you what is going to be actually around for you? In retirement, MR, spro, are there also very different industry standards on evaluations for different industries. There are a number of industries that will be studying bought and sold based on revenue. Nearly a lot of medical businesses you know if your an optometrist or your dentist. For example, a lot of those will be based sheerly on the revenue itself, because one dentist in winding up into the practice of another dentist and a lot of the the overhead, the cost can be standardized, and they could be adjusted upper down very regularly on a regular profit margin, so you know for for example. A of. Their practice here in Canada I don't know what the market rate is there in the states, but will sell for the roughly seventy seventy percent of the gross billings, and the costs are largely irrelevant. Okay, so definitely a much lower multiple, because it's personality based and. I mean somebody can come in and do that, but at the same time they can't. Scale or or be able to to replicate. Quite the same way as small business. That's right, and and there could be even some other factors to like we'll get you know businesses that have you know one or two or three customers? So they have big contracts with, but they only have one or two or three customers a lot of times those businesses are you know even with far less three times normally there needs because if one of those contrast canceled the seals worth roughly nothing a factor for the higher risk. That's right, yeah. I have found that most people who sell their company. To somebody if a business owner out there sells their company, the buyer of the business is going to come to the table with a small business loan now I'm not sure what you guys do. In Canada and the United States, we call it the United States. Small Business Administration loan. It's a it's an SBA loan so usually. When somebody goes out there to buy a business, usually, they're. They're going to finance the purchase of the business with an SBA loan. The Small Business Administration compliant loan. OR THEY'RE GONNA use some type of bank loan, some type of commercial loan and in order to do that. The banks have pretty rigid standards they're. They're going to adhere to. When it relates to lending money, so if I was going to by Dr Brex Chiropractic business today and I'm just making up, but let's say that it was doing one million dollars a year of profit, most small business most banks and in America would say it doesn't matter what you guys have agreed to on a sales price. We're not comfortable with lending you more than valuing the company at more than two and a half times the annual profits..

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

11:30 min | 7 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"The only reason that I have that is because I was going to try to get a hold of Charles to make sure you knew how to get here this morning so I turned it on Steve and that means from last night at five today. There's already been fifteen. I didn't grab all the messages young because I turned it off after I just Jason called him so I probably got forty five. Maybe thirty MIS messaged so again once. I declare when I am of an reachable. So if you're going to have a time every day where reachable and a time where you're not the email so you to plan your whole day. Get that plan to you and Catherine Planet and then have a time in your day where you're going to deal with the emails. I recommend at noon or ten or whatever time works good for you but for me because I start my day at three. John's not allowed to tell me about anything positive and or negative that is going on in my inbox until our first meeting of the day has started. I WANNA give one other tip here. That's helped us tremendously as turn off the push notification on your phone that you're getting an email otherwise you cannot resist temptation. You'll sit there on your screen. You'll say oh maybe I should check. Just don't let it get your brain space until you've established that time you will look at it hot for you. This is Steve Kerr intesne. I abandoned I abandoned my email and Casey is now my email in case. He doesn't have an email she only has my email. Just what clay does John? They just founder. Yeah and I do have an email by Steve Dot com and if If there's something very important that. I need to respond to then Casey will call me and she'll say hey. There's an email in there from Brian. Your partner asking you might want to reply to but this has to be someone. Obviously that you trust. That can manage that. And then all day long Casey respond to my emails and people say thanks Steve. So all the time you're doing that you're welcome Dr how I work. I agree with what Steve Said. I work is when I get mad. I usually stay mad for like like I'll get over it. You can't tell mad but I'll stay wound up for about an hour and so we have rules. I haven't members of my family that I do not like and Vr. What they'll do is they'll email me from new GIO. They created a terrible thing. I'm serious like a terrible thing so it'll be something to the effect of. Hey I ran into this person who fired and they know who you really are and if the world knew who you really were than Bubba Bubba Bubba Bubba and I need some money. These are true emails. And it's like an x form of extortion and I'm not kidding. It's the crazy. I have one family member who writes in third person. Steve's met this person he writes third person so he'll say such and such needs such and such but he writes in third person. He writes emails to me in third person. It's like talking to Carl Malone or something it's crazy and so the rule is my family. Can't tell me when I get those emails like just ever And they just delete them. And don't ask. Don't tell me and then occasional here my wife John Talking about it and I'm going once going. Ooh So anyway I just have rules. I don't even WanNa know certain toxic relationships still matter if you share blood or not. They're toxic other I have. I never checked my facebook messages. My linked messages nothing. John Does and he tells me the ones I need to. I don't have any idea who sends us messages to me so you might want to have. Maybe somebody who filters yeah? Maybe Catherine is the one who checks. Or maybe you'd want to check them all but both of you don't necessarily need to does that help at all. And then the next was when you are a multi location. How do you balance having the same systems and procedures at all locations and also tailoring your service or your marketing to the culture of the city? I would say Rubens Kunia is who you need to speak to. You can find on facebook. Rubens Kunia C. U. N. H. A. He does this. He does it. Multiple languages and the culture thing is crazy important that you nuance for the cultures of different countries. So you know that much more than I have. Clients that deal in other countries but as an example one of my clients was pointing out the menu that McDonald's serves in Asia is stuff that none of us would eat. Probably went out there and you rolled out a Dutch bricks. Losing his voice very emotional but if you went over to Japan and you rolled out the menu. We have here right. It might even be offensive in parts of the world if you were to India and rolled out what we eat here. Steve in a place where they prize the cows being sacred thing. I mean it can be offensive so I would just say it's very important so anything. That is a linear checklist. Like you know. You have a checklist for cleaning the bathrooms for setting up a stage anything. That's a linear technical thing. Do not nuance it. If possible because most cultures don't start things on time and if you're not careful you're gonNA start running a ministry that starts on island time. Have you discovered this so most cultures? Don't start things on time. They don't pay bills on time. They don't so don't adhere to that cultural stuff but I'm talking about the nuance in terms of the food. In the best. The best way I could give you this way I can help you with. This is when I used to do Speaking I would travel all around the country and Steve. If you've speaking of it in Boston it is socially acceptable to curse a lot on the state. I would like it there so I would get up on stage in the mayor of a local city or the head of the chamber would go all right. I think the good folks out here from the Boston community forgetting out here despite the BOOB and snow and we was going and every time I say frigging they would drop the bomb the frequent snow out there. I was just unbelievable. I want to say thank you to Patty. Are you can awesome job? And they're just f-bomb like constantly and I'm going what you do that in Tulsa and it's so it's a whole different story so you have to do though is you have to get there early and I would figure out the culture also in Boston. They speak faster. And it's more violent the tonality so it's like the speaker that got up to speak in front of me. He's like if you want to be successful. You GotTa call you leads and if not you gotTA GET. Outta here unsign up from the chamber. I want you to cancel your membership but I'm like okay and amen. This is done speaking events in Texas where it's like now. If you all would prefer to call your leads we think that's important and y'all just one of call your leads to talk but you have to nuance it so I would always get there the day before. Vr And watch the other speakers or our. I get there earlier in the day and I'd watch them and I would try to match the tonality that would work is that is that helpful little guys see you know you can get a green tea and red bean ice cream. Sundae in Asia. O or you know if you're in China. They've got a bacon macaroni and cheese toasty. Oh you triple season fries there too in a in a Berber Yom Berber. If you go to Dr Brex Office brecca cultural norms. There you guys wear scrubs at your office in my chrome you do now if you started wearing scrubs and your mortgage office. How would that go not winning? We're the mortgage doctors. Maybe something there used to be a guy like that. Oh God rest his soul. No next question. How do you stay motivated when you have to grind at months and seem not to be making too much progress? I always open up to the Bible verse. That IS ON STEVE'S ARM. He's tattooed on his arm. And Steve Verse. Matthew five ten which reads blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. Amen Mom so I would say Matthew. Five ten is diverse. I would go to sleep. Why did you tattoo that verse on your arm as a reminder of the so again to remind you yeah when you work as unto the Lord You you are going to be persecuted for righteousness if you are right. Vidar and Catherine. You're going to be attacked. You had a great guest on just recently. And he said that he you can't control the outcome of your actions will have but get in the boat and just keep rolling and he made the analogy may be going towards the beach and you want to try to only get that beat she said but if you just keep rolling you may go pass each completely but if you keep growing. God will take you to another beach. Eventually he said just keep putting hard work and effort because the only thing you can control is your own effort. I'm Vidar did you Are you familiar with planned parenthood? They are the baby killing organization you know and so the born in the US in twenty and nineteen just so we give an accurate count here right now the number of abortions in the United States. Some people say it's dropping some people say it's going up but I'd like to look at the stats here for the actual number. But I got a call from a local abortion clinic that asked me to work with them and they said we have a company that helps families plan. And we would like you to help us with our marketing. I'm I said Oh okay okay. What are you guys? Do we help plan families? You know we help families and I said well how do you do? We sit down with families. We help them figure out. What's the right decision? Prominent kids to have and I'm thinking this whole thing sounds pretty good. Yeah And then I found out there and abortion clinic right so just so we're clear right now. In the United States there was about eight hundred sixty two thousand abortions last year to put in perspective. That's two thousand three hundred and sixty one a day to put that in perspective on today's three hour show there's ninety eight abortions per hour so since we've done this show. Three hundred kids have died. But everybody's freaking out about the corona virus. Get Out of here. Yeah I mean just to give you this. So there's three hundred kids being murdered. There's one hundred kids being murdered every hour of the show. This is a three hour shows. We've had three hundred kids that have been murdered on today's show and so I told the person I appreciate you as a human but I do not murder kids As I won't do that I'm not a favor she goes. We don't murder kids. Just go no. Let me explain this to. I know how you do it. And how do you do? I said well you suck the kid out of the womb and a lot of times these late term abortions. That are acceptable in many states. You you kill the kid after they come out. They're crying sometimes and they said no no and I'm like lady and so I want you to Google. If you can't lady was a conversation we really and I said I want you to a Google aborted fetuses and we're going to look at it and you tell me you tell me if that's a kid and so. I'm looking at all the pictures and she's like well that's just because when I go. No no no no no no no and so what happens is I didn't have anybody not a single person commented instead. Good job I didn't tell my wife about it either for a few days because the conversation goes so terrible lady just started attacking me freaking out that several abortions without vitamin have abortions. I would have. I go not committed murder. Just crazy on the phone you know. I had a friend in high schools. You'd survived an abortion. He was an aborted baby. Nurse took to the side and actually raised him as his own and he he lived. He survived. Are you serious? Yeah absolutely I again. I would just say if you're looking for any encouragement on the planet Earth Vr..

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

09:40 min | 7 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Have that package do. I'm GonNa have no fun together. So do you have a premium package? That's the question so what we can do for you. Daddy listen to this. I will give you a plan on all three carriers there you go. Can you run one one phone that has phones? You can do to phones or two carries on one phone you can but not. I had that currently I've got you do. Yeah because I realized like I have. I have two lines that ring the same phone so yeah you can do that. Well Okay See. That's amazing dude. So who are your two carriers on the phone? I have verizon and then I have a T-mobil why do you do that because when I especially when I travel okay? Sometimes I don't have service. Yeah I mean. Drop A freaking call. Well such carriers complement one another in in zones. I would say the best would be. At and T. Switch over when you're on the phone just doesn't switch. It's just whenever you have one bar and you're trying to make a call. It doesn't work then. You just changed the dial out with the other line. How do you do that? like on your phone. You can't see this but you go to keep pat and it says primary and I just change it to my secondary line. I've never seen this X. Steve is high in go. Go Gadget Steve. That's impressive Jason Jason on the show here Now Jason on behalf of all of the Caucasians out there. Jason is Caucasian very very pale male. What questions would you have for? Jeff Holly we're talking about Not Steve Package packages in general you said having transparent pricing and then making sure that all of your policies are transparent. A super important. Yeah so we're building that out. I know T. Mobile for probably twelve years anytime I've ever had to go in and change something. It's like pulling teeth. So as you know wireless provider if let's say I WANNA go the Steve. I WANNA have two lines and I want to get out of what I'm currently in. Can you guys help me facilitate that? Do I have to get out first before coming to you guys know we can help facilitate that. Then you then. We'd recommend cancelling your old provider once you went out and done. Yeah and they can't hurt you any longer than we recommend you. Go back and cancel your butter. Okay so what does it look like being the go between person so like if I'm like? Jeff I gotTA GET OUTTA T. Mobile. I want to do the whole double. At and T. Package how can you help me? Basically start the conversation so it makes it easier for me to go back and cancel with them absolutely so what we would do. Is I would assign you somebody in my office to handle your accounts specifically and you tell me who they need to be in touch with whether it's directly or an assistant or something to that nature. Okay and then. They would walk through all of the steps necessary to make that transition. Okay sweets now. If I ever decided that I wanted to make a poor decision and go back to my previous provider after working with you guys. How easy do you make it? Or how do you guys make cancel? Do Come see you do. I have to call. Is there something online? I have to do now. So the beauty of what we do is that we are a service. That is every thirty days. Okay so if you're fifteen days into that and you decide. Hey I WANNA go back. You can make that decision you log on to your online account you pull out your account number and your pin number those the only two items that you need to give to the provider that you're going to and then you can leave. Wow Shonda you're not going to say hold on. Let me put you on hold and so I can get my manager. Andrew gets thank. You felt satisfied with an answer that was actually if we painted. Sorry I just with the whole boom thing. I wanted exposure about as much as possible. If we can't earn your business than you deserve to go elsewhere I like it. Okay Charles Charles. You what questions would you have for Jeff about switching phone plans this guy? Jeff claims there was this company. Blue mobile he can reduce everybody cell phone bill. What question would you have here for Jeff so I have two quick questions the first one would be? How long would the process be if I wanted to switch over to what you had going on like? It's going to be a long drawn out process. Can you make that short concise? Yeah great question. So as long as we have the accurate information to make the switch usually happens within twenty minutes twenty minutes yes sir. That's a promise after promise for sure. All right twenty. He seems somewhat as a skeptic We'll see we'll see check it out. We'll see right so the process with that happening in twenty minutes the other end has to be reciprocal okay And so the big guys t mobile verizon. At and T. All have that automated so when you go to move and they are moving. They don't try to hold it back from us now. My side if I didn't like you and you were switching from me. I could hold up that process if I wanted to someone saying. Hey Dr Brex moving this stuff over to t mobile and I'm like I'm GonNa hold onto that for. I can hold onto for three days if I wanted to. Okay now Nathan complete carpet man sir. What question would you have for for JEFF WITH BOOM MOBILE FINAL? Final question of the show here and again. The goal is on behalf of our listeners. Out there is to try to stump him to paint them into a corner to ask him the questions that we desert with it we're investigative journalists and what we investigate is does? Does his phone company actually do what they say? They're GONNA do. Nathan what question do you have there? You know once a year or so I get really lonely and I will call my current provider and I know I'm going to get at least five to six hours of really good long conversation. They'll just it's almost as if they try to keep me on the phone as long as possible and eventually near the end. I'm thinking I just went off the call now. I just want to get out when I call in to get tech support. I call and get something do they purposely. Just put you on hold for five to ten minutes to just to eventually make you wanna just hang up or like. What's your process like comparatively do that? There'd be fired so we answer the we answer the call within I two or three rinks and you spend less than probably three minutes on the phone with us our goal and we don't we don't make any money keep you on the phone any longer and our goal and desire isn't to talk to you any longer than we have to. Do you know why they do that. Because I mean every time I've called and I've never been able to get off under thirty minutes. It's almost impossible. Generally you've waited twenty seven of those minutes before you actually talk to somebody and then when you do talk to somebody. They're not educated enough to help. You guys are pretty harsh here. I mean just because that has been my experience every time doesn't mean you should talk about it. Was You on the phone? I'm just say just because every single time we've all had the same experience it doesn't mean you should talk about it right. He's going to throw him under the bus by tell telling specifically of our actual stories. I don't know balanced t guys in the store at one hundred and they are very nice people right now yes the group four or five years ago not so good right now we have a good group of people that are two hundred first memorial. They're nice people and I have. I don't have the ability to use any APPS or programs. I can't ever figure out anything. I went up there the other day to figure out how my GPS works in our graphic designer. Darling Tucker was there and he also is on team north of forty We can't figure out how phones work and they did help us out there Golfer. That kind of support do you offer. Somebody says I can't figure out how to wake my freaking phone work to help people everyday everyday. We help people in the store or we help them on the phone all day long describing how to take care of different things on the phone. How am I going to be in the queue if I do come in need? Help 'cause you know like seventy person memorial. At and T. I walk in the door and it doesn't seem to be that busy necessarily but yet. I'M GONNA wait. You know fifteen twenty minutes. You wait that long. Well if I have to. I don't want to there are times. I'll have to stop and come or do something different to t mobile. I was waiting about a half hour. Yeah it's frustrating and there was about to people in line and I'm usually doing this over my lunch break in a hurry. You know trying to run other gotta get to the bank. Got To go to the post office. Need to go to the cell phone story I like is the bonus feature where they don't actually say hello to you until you're next So the first twenty hours has spent silence wondering if they see you like Allah Graham. Well especially this store. It's like you just wait at the front door because you're waiting to get into the Q. Q. Yes so. If you walk into our store it you're gonNA come first serve first-come-first-served and we get a minute again. We don't. There's no money made by slowing this process down. And so we've got not only do. We have to be super quick. We have to make sure that the customer understands exactly what he came in for to get fixed to online chat we. We worked so many problems online chat as well as called so. Where is the store? The store we have right now is currently in Bartlesville. Ok Looking at locations here in Tulsa and so I could do all this remotely to though I mean sign. I can call. We don't have to show up in what's the website. Www dot boom dot us. So if I'm listening right now from Minnesota absolutely I could call in right now and switch you. Call him right now. You could chat in Steve. Do you go to your high school reunion did you. Do you go to your high score. Union there Mr Carrington did you did you go to. I went to the tenure. Let's say you did go to your high school reunion. My wife made me okay. Well we're going to do now is we're gonNA have kind of a reunion. I graduated in ninety nine. Twenty twenty. I'M GONNA to call so but I haven't talked to for twenty one years right now. His name is Jeff Killa. He lives in Minnesota and apparently he now listens to our show and he's discovered that the guy he went to high school with has a podcast recalling him now where we go. Cohen.

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"About three things and you don't have to start the team three as you're doing well there's three things helping the hammer on one is one. Is You get reviews. And you had content reviews and content to the group interview in three a scripting and fire the pollsters pool. Go with views onto how you doing. How your team to do it? Just the people people here take this sheriff so a year ago I had a sixteen member sales team today. We have two of those people still remaining on my team so I make with them every single week and make sure that they're doing google reviews and we have sixteen different locations on Google my business so we have a lot of locations to get reviews for in the last thirty days we have between all those locations a just under two hundred Google reviews and But I a force them to do a certain number every single week and so they saw a the people who were there have heard from the people the people who are there heard from the people who used to be there that when we started getting more Google reviews we started having more people come in the doors and actually our traffic kiner models is way up and if you look behind the scenes on insights you can see where people are clicking driving directions and showing up at her models because of Google Google. And they're ready to buy their convinced before they get their When we hit a hundred it seemed like it was a tipping point on our main page? That one hundred. The customers were convinced before they came in that they wanted a home from us which I never saw before we change the ads pretty much. The same haven't changed in a long time and The work because the reviews writing content. same the thing every week. Make sure that they do podcasts. And I don't even know how many this last week but lots of everybody every week with the reason why Herod has really solid kosher relationship goes in his employees and ask for their feedback about uh no he does not ask them. Hey what do you and so I can say to them and beating. Hey fire those people and then we're living Louis fire of goes to Dr Brex. She's getting adjustment. He's like you you work with the way she is. Yes I hate that guy he got fired says some defect okay gesture back and he continues to share. How does that he got fired but it is in the day? Whoever was named the fires the reviews important user clients? They should bring their employees to be. Yeah and the other thing was at first. I started by just doing the group interview view when I needed somebody and then it seemed like the more and more. I held people accountable the more and more. I needed somebody all the time. So so crucible where I think we worked a year and a half and I remember we had a conversation saying on Kirkby with.

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

09:52 min | 10 months ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"The opposable thumbs. Okay continue he or she may be gasping for air as they're trying to do it seeing as how they're outside of element unless it's an underwater tree so I'm going to give listeners some examples where we before we get into this idea because I want you to figure out today what is your gifting. What were you called to do all right? The word vocation originally meant calling. That's what it meant in the original. Latin is calling. We're vocation means calling or vocation means calling so I'm asking you what are you into. What is the thing that you pursue when you do you like it? It's like it's called the flow state three lose track of time and space. Because you're so into it. So Jason You the notable quotable for Mr Albert Einstein who by the way yes he was a physicist yes. He did things where you're going. I don't really. We know how applies that like. What did he do? He was a physicist. I mean how does that really impact our life. I'm sure a lot of people think about but yeah it was genius. What did he do of practical value of practical value? He was the one who introduced to President Roosevelt. The idea that the Nazis were developing a nuclear weapon. He pointed out that. Hey if we don't get on IT WE'RE GONNA die why because we hadn't started our program yet and they were almost done so we started the Manhattan project. Albert Einstein recommended that we choose Robert Oppenheimer to lead the project. They began to make the nuclear weapon. That we then dropped on the Japanese thus ending World War Two. We would all be speaking German right now. Though if Albert Einstein who was Jewish but he was born in in Germany did not save America so he read their Albert Einstein in my opinion is one of the founding fathers of modern freedom. We would not be free today day if it weren't for Albert Einstein so please read the notable quotable Jason from Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein says everybody is genius but if you judge a fish by its ability not to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. The question I have for you at this point of our journey together is what is your genius okay. So let's I want to get Dr Brex. Take on this. I'm going to. I'm going to throw myself under the bus to explain to you in what areas of my life. I am official trying to climb a tree. I went to school school and at school. I am semi dyslexic. Which means that? I don't understand the words reading on a page until I read it like the third time time thus it's hard for me also have very very limited capacity to memorize things so when I read something I have to read it over and over over and over and over and over so a lot of school consists of this all right class. I want you guys to do today. Once you get your book your history book read pages eighty through one ten and I want you to memorize memorize the states and the state capitals well for me. That's like an impossible task that to me is like asking a fish just to climate tree but our modern school system is based on memorization. That's the system drew so therefore because that is the system is memorization. I I can't participate in that conversation. I can't do well. They're so therefore in school. I thought I was an idiot and then and I realized fairly quickly. I'm not an idiot. I'm just a fish trying to climb a tree but I tried for a long time to climb that tree thinking I was an idiot. Another example physical coordination. Don't have it so I tried to live up to Dad was a very good athlete. I tried to play sports and I was okay at certain sports I got I got to be pretty good at basketball. Doesn't great but I was trying to climb a tree. Three and I was a fish what was born to do when I'm good at his business is very easy to me. It's what I do it thinking of logical conclusions of if you do this. This works like the scientific method towards business. If I do this this works asking me to me. It's very easy to go. I wonder I wonder how everyone gets to top Google. I know what I'll do. I'll download all of the websites that come up top for the search Tulsa deejays. That aren't mine mine and then I'll look for common denominators in. That's what I did and then I figured it out. I didn't know how to download site a pay. Some the students who are interns to come download the website. It was crazy as they were learning internet. They were they were college writing how to code and learning technology but they were. We're near new. They were about ready to graduate from. Osu with a degree in computer science and they knew how to download websites they didn't know how to get them to the top. Google into me. I just thought if we download the ones that are top. Eventually we'll find a common denominator and that's how I learned about title tags and descriptions and key words and content and all the things I learned about so again. I am naturally borne to be Internet marketing. Search engine hiring business growth accounting marketing expert guy. It's e business easy for me because I feel called to it so dark. Dr Breath you are. Do you feel called to chiropractor do. How do you notice how I was headed towards a medical school while I was in college alleged Kind of the opposite of you. A school came very easy to bring up God gifted me with a great memory. So memorization was an easier thing for me so real quick. Somebody needs to hear this it. It doesn't mean that I have to resent you right or vice versa. No we need to understand our gifting and respect each other because of them and to not compare in order to feel jealousy get off of social media and stop comparing Dr Brick is a very smart man for a good at memorizing. But you're also we're all we're all smart in our own way so you were good at memorizing good at school so you thought I should go to medical school right so I was headed towards medical school and then realized I was disenfranchised franchised with that whole idea and then I discovered chiropractic for the first time I hadn't experienced it as a patient But I started looking into it. Further and further deeper. I got into it the more I realized aligned with my passion and so it did very quickly become apparent to me that it was actually my calling the the philosophy of health. That health comes from the inside out that God has designed to heal that we're one with our world and the nutrients that we bring into. Our Body are important for its health and wellbeing and so all those aspects together gather to said yes. This is this is you. That is good that that right there. My friends that right there. That is good. Now let's say you're listening right now and you say I don't know my calling. Well I'm GonNa say this and then Dr Brooks has as a hot take care. I'm going to say this us. You should spend your entire day all day. Yeah Yeah you know no I know I know right now according to Nielsen I want you put it on the show notes Okay Nielsen. The average average person consumes eleven hours per day of media. Just do a Google Search for eleven hours of Media Nielsen. You'll find it in Google and put a link in the show notes but the average person we. We don't have time for you. The average person you have time but the average person doesn't the average person you listening right now. You have the time. The average person does not have the time to figure out. What's it's going to do with their life? Because they are on social media most of the day eleven hours a day. They don't have to date. They are busy right now. Thankfully when I was trying to figure this out social media within exists so so you sat down and thought about what you wanted to do. I really made a very conscious effort to figure out what path I was going to take and then very very intently intentionally went down a certain direction but I was going to say that I really felt that I could succeed in the school academic setting and so I knew you you know when there was a test What the measure was to success however once I graduated and I was in business? That's when I became fish climbing a tree so just the opposite of you you clay I was I was way out of my element trying to run a business and so that's why I figured out I had to put other people around me like you to be able to to make it for my shortcomings so that we could complement one. Another and the thing. is we all everybody out there in some area of our life we are a fish trying to declamatory right. Now I'm GonNa Queue up audio for you. This is what I spent my entire day on. Yesterday I spent over twelve hours yesterday on this and the way we spend my saturdays just to listeners knows I get up around three usually. Yesterday we were up late on Friday. A kids went to a football game. And so we're later. So Jason United met at the office at what time four forty eighty five or five. Is it five four five forty five so we met clients and do we did and then we got home around nine nine thirty I think and then hung out with family and did some chores about my western flowers and went to the store and watched a movie with my wife and swam and had a great time but then when the kids are off doing their thing and they go visit their friends kind of pocket of time so I had about twelve hours I was working on so it was like five hours on Saturday and maybe two on Thursday night and then another one or two Monday. But I've been working on this all week I. I'm very excited about this. This is an audio td. JAKES has a great sermon. He just did called called grasping the moment. Td jakes grasping the moment. And it's about how you if you are the one who it feels called to do something then you're gonNA run into opposition and people that don't agree with you and people that want to form committees and people and he talks about how trying to seek consensus is the worst thing possible because nobody is going to agree with you because if they already agreed with you they would have already done it and so it's a really good message but I turned it into this this.

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It about solar energy and maybe helping to improve the environment as well as sharing his story why is that GonNa stick in your head why W- it's emotionally triggering a lot of people I love underdog story or they just like something that's different are you trying to tell me that people buy for emotional reasons one hundred percent that's one of the things people look did you oh it's so true so you're trying to tell me that people buy ice cream for emotional reasons yeah for breakup think about the time think about this why do we ever have ice cream we don't know you and I know that ice cream's not good for us it's very good for us but why do we have it it's one of those things it's just it feels great but always something attached to it like do you remember the Blue Bell boxes and how they're like all these different cultural people my favorite was the construction worker is so happy with it yeah I'm just saying is a Lotta people I see people gas station on a Friday after work why did a lot of people go by six packs of beer why is it a logical reason or are they doing it because it makes sense or is it emotion channel it's emotional they're getting ready for the weekend there's had a hard day or week and they need something to deal with the there it is why why do people eat ice cream why do people buy six packs the people smoke is an emotional one hundred percent why do people gambles emotional yeah interesting very few people very few of us out there uh-huh make all of our decisions based on strictly logic drew so if you want to appeal to your ideal unlikely buyers and to stand out in the clutter of commerce you needed this thing called a purple now and so Jason Bill read the Seth Godin quote a Seth Godin is the marketing expert who sold his company Yoyo dyne to Yahoo back in the day and is now gone onto becoming best selling author Seth Godin what is that the golden say about standing out in the closure of commerce so thrilled and says in a crowded marketplace fitting in is failing Nazi running out is the same as being invisible boring is invisible remarkable people and products get talked about so I ask you this question what can you do today with your business with your marketing to stand out in the cluttered world of commerce so it's the story and the story is tough because you might say I'm not wanting to be on a video I'm not right yeah don't you liked this Guy Kinda I love immigrants I hate people who are from here I'm just no but I really do love immigrants do you know why like to hire immigrants that won't take guess as to why I liked her seriously their work ethic gluck immigrant if I get I can't stand white people so hard to work with white people I'm not kidding I have never had because you hear you hear me about this Mormons and Asians my favorite clients true a Mormon says a beautiful thing an Asian they'll just knock out action what are white people that are like cuttings -iety oh Dr Brecca I know you're thinking what did I walk into a great it's dumb sure that's probably not how you thought today's show would go but never know welcome into the box my friend thank you thanks for having me have you have you have you been doing the last couple of weeks two weeks I know I've missed you yeah well any highlights this weekend so far well since I last saw you we did go on a vacation so that was great went down to Sunny Destin Florida really and the wife family we had a great time played in the beach got sand in all the wrong places Oh but yeah and then we've also been looking to hire a new office managers who'd been going through the group reviews we were fortunate to have about two hundred and fifty applicants law and we're down to a slim five that are getting we need shadow when did you launch the group interview process two weeks ago so in two weeks you've already found five good candidates we have and you're doing what what what process are you doing interviews recommended us do that you've talked about many times here on the radio and so we put out a post on facebook and need and at the same post in both places and I don't know if it was how is written or if there was just I feel like the job market's really strong but we had a lot of I I love this this right here is perhaps my favorite story I'm serious you know why I'm so excited about this because you how many kids do you have have three how many wives do you have one okay yeah it's just it it's so fun I hey listen you're listening here believe more before you throw out that there are different factions there are things Day polygamous Mormon right but also a mormon of any type not yet not yet so we'll get that I'm excited about this because I know how passionate you are about your wife and I know how passionate you are about your kids and it is exciting to me to hear that you were able to go on a vacation which has talked about earlier Jason on the show and Dr Brex just walking into this laser show here but did you did you but my goals I was telling Jason my goals for the year and this is what I'm in the process of buying next vehicle this woman get something like this right here but I fell in for four hundred dollars it's got one hundred sixty thousand miles on it in his own mobile or well you get this we get this this box van and if you can picture this is a monkey here right it's going to stop monkeying around yes listen to the world best business podcast and then he's monkeys GonNa have headphones on because what kind of monkey wears headphones right to me that's my for my vehicle that's my goal the box van you might my goal from is going to be like your daily driver yeah take the place of the Hummer I think is beautiful vehicle it is it's never going to die Yeah I mean I don't drive it fast I don't drive it far and I change the oil that thing I mean that thing has hundreds of thousands of miles two hundred thousand plus miles on it right now well and the hamlet name do you name your vehicles that's Kim Jong Attic vehicle what's great about it is it's a fun vehicle to drive the rap is starting to wear off right and I need to put another rap on it but I feel like I need more canvas so I so I've got to get into the top are those people that are in high rise buildings they can just look down on you if you're a great idea about something to get this I'm going to get this vehicle wrap that as far as the vehicle that's my plan silky chickens or what I like to do my time freedom I love yes yesterday about four more check it's not silky about female chickens fabulous there's a lot of fun I love Silky chickens and I don't like vacations at all but that's what I like and then you were explaining what you like but the business exists to serve you and you could use go you could not have gone on this trip because you personally reading the resumes there were there were several years that we did not go on any kind of listen at all you would have back in the day though you would have interviewed every candidate one on one long that takes two hundred fifty resumes since we probably would've yeah I would've gone through every resume hundred fifty resumes have interviewed you know probably fifty up it according to the magazine this just in eighty five percent of it's Li- on their resumes so it's a complete waste of time reading fiction books right hand looking for an office manager their permanent spend my day reading fiction books again you've implemented the group interview and that is so powerful that is so powerful now I was talking about the conference we when we last exited the conference audio talking about why love to hire people with good work ethic specifically I was ranting and it is true that I love having Mormon Employees and I love Asian employees right I've never had an Asian employees with a poor work ethic yet or a Mormon with a poor work ethic yet and I was joking but I was actually being truthful I have a hard time with white people and I am a white person I myself but this is an issue because there's a lot of people who are entitled So if you've grown up middle-class you've I'm sure you've seen this if you've grown up middle-class it can be very easy to mail it in at work water comfort yeah the people don't have any higher expectation themselves I think that's the difference with the immigrants is they know that they're coming with a dream and a hope been they want something more but actually had a conversation just earlier this week a patient who employs people and oftentimes those people are Hispanic yes and she was saying that the younger Hispanic people are second generation second generation now Americanized now and are not as willing to work I'm just throwing it out there for entitlement kills motivation and so what I do and I interview candidates whether you're Mormon oh you're Asian or African American or you're white I'm looking for people that have the grind that have the hustle have mentality needed to get stuff done if you don't I don't want you on my team and I think that's where a lot of people get it wrong they hire people based on their skill but not based on their character you WanNa hire for character and then train for skill and now without any further we go back into the conference audio Dojo of Mojo why I don't like to hire white people wow yeah so we just fix your problem have a video that answers all those questions and then tell your story and you're going to get sales you're the most reviews and helpful Kevin Soak yeah all the way from South Korea and Kevin I'm GonNa give you a gift one of my life goals was to have enough money so I could buy new socks every day and I literally buy new socks every day and these are my new socks I bought some extra this is so important that you listen today today's show and it doesn't just don't allow today show just to pass you by in an we're all that write down your goals because if you're not careful wife will pass you by shoe and then you get hit by a bus and then you're dead so it's so important that you do not let this show pass you by box trucks silky chickens no vacations listen if but I encourage you to figure out what you want to do with your life so I'm going to share with you by default what's going to happen and then Jason would like for you to pontificate as to why this happy I'm sorry and then Dr Brek when he starts to get way in left field feel free to interrupt him okay by default this is what's going to happen you are going to go to college get an alarming amount of debt then you're going to have probably two kids one to two kids a lot of people say you should probably have just to maybe one or two and and you're not GonNa get married through hybrid something vehicle you are going to have a mic mansion somewhere house that is very nice not nice now now he's centric you can't have you got.

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Earmuffs not everyone deserves to be heard. Yeah you gotta sometimes because not everybody deserves to be heard grabbed the duct tape and mentally prepare yourself for yet another mind expanding knowledge bomb from america's arcus number one business coach clay clark. Yes yes yes and yes. Yes dr brek welcome onto the show. How are you doing this morning my friend i'm doing great. Thanks for having hey. I am having a great week. My understanding is your week might be better than my week because because your pool is now open am i right is your pool opens right there where close so we do have water in the pool. We have water in the pool. Waters in the pool. Were the final stages that we have to lock town to open up the incredible awareness at dr brex backyard here. We have to get the chemistry right but other than that. We're ready the chemistry. Is that like you in the in the chemicals need to agree real things or you gotta sit. Sit the mood set the tone. I'll light some candles. Okay okay and wow. I didn't know you know the chlorine the <hes> the calcium hardness the the p._h. Balance in the water right now. It's basically just a really big bat to <hes> talk to me about the p._h. Balance educate us all the people out there that don't have a pool educate decayed us about the chemicals the balance what what what that means listen in ground <hes> recently re plastered pool and so to take care of that surface <hes> you have to have the right p._h. You've got to have the right water hardness <hes> for the for the rest of the chemistry the chlorine to do its proper job to keep the algae growth down and so what happens if you if you don't have the right balance. Oh it gets nasty quick here in oklahoma. At least it gets it gets really nasty. Quick you get a couple of leaves and debris in the pool pool and that's organic matter that the algae can eat off of and the next thing you know you've got a nice green <hes> cesspool instead of fun oasis swamp instead of so now. You're saying that <hes> do you. Do you got it comes by and does this for you or do you do this yourself. Well we have it redone. The whole pool has been renovated wine so somebody else well. We bought the house as a foreclosure. There's a lot of deferred maintenance and so every so often there is a need to do this and it was passed due time time like what kind of stuff do you do. Replace the tile. We did some <hes> stoneworks and tile work <hes> they re plastered the surface so that was a nice process of about an inch inch inch and a half thick. Is there a pool a iraq patio debt. Oh cool but it's kinda hard on your feet. You renovate data at all or is that hand to be worked on on some because we had some pipes break sometime before we own the house and so they did all that but otherwise the regular maintenance stuff i take care of. There's so much to unpack here so you bought your house out of out foreclosure. I did yeah and i like to. I'm not asking you to share your address with the listeners tha. That's what we're not going to go there in the ballpark. Okay seventy i in harvard okay so you go you. You and your wife decide you. You want to buy a foreclosure on. What was your process like for for buying foreclosure. We did a lot of online searching urging a lot of online yeah. Just you know where do you wrote a certain for online. <hes> foreclosures well. There wasn't any specific place <hes> but <hes> i would be on realtor add beyond zillow. How did you know is in foreclosure. You can just find out a through some of the information if it's banking. There's there's a lack of details tells and things that you start to figure out and the price point is is definitely better than it should be for..

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"One cold collartoo to help you make? Cold calls and one what why did I can't why can't you just have one of each? Well, I mean, let's look at long-term if you're trying to get one hundred sixty clients that's a lot for one, coder one video. Okay. And what else Dr Beck, why didn't you just can't have just one also never wanna be held hostage? Yes. Yes. He been a self employed man for a long time right away. Got into that. That deep dark negatively called the truth. 'cause I'm just telling you been there. Ideologue for who played this game? He said, here's the deal wins. It do. And I said, well meet with the client once a week. So next week he says, oh, if you want if you. If you wanna rush -cation, but if you, if you wanna put a rush on it, you can charge me. You can pay a little extra. He's an employee of mine. What what you're saying? If you wanted he goes, Well, I, I worked for the weekend, to get done, but I'm going to have to charge, you, just, you know, just a little extra said, how much true story this guy went from making a thousand week to twenty five hundred dollars if I wanted to rushed for the week and he would do this. I don't know every week. And so I realized I've gotta have team overtime from two thousand seven eight to start building that team. Now, we have that team, but it's really cool now with a guy like Tim scotch we give him homework to do, and then we have homework to do, so he has a the coaching consulting the best practices, but only as a team to actually help him do it. Dr Brett can you talk a little bit about the kinds of things that you typically have to do as homework as a business coaching client, just for the listeners out there that are going, well, this is going to be crazy. I'm gonna leave every meeting with just a ton of homework and I'm not going to be. Able to get anything done. And what's the point of you've been hiring someone to help me if I have to do all this work? Yeah, we keep a weekly running agenda on a docs app, Duggal new Google document. And so, you know, any changes any ad it's both of us can see. But honestly, there is more highlighted under Tim and the team to do than there is on mine, but things for me are things like get the team, the Email lists that we can send out Email reminders for Google reviews or talk to my own team about phone, script or. Right now, we're, we're working on switching over some things from a very archaic filing system to a modern day, digital, you know, practice management system. That sounds like a blast and that's that's super fun. But, you know, it's taking those steps so we break it down into small edible chunks. And then this week, we're working on this junk, and that's going to be utilizing that system for the scheduling the next time it's going to be for the daily patient notes. Yeah. It's, it's really not a lot of tasks that I get put put to each week. There's honestly more think on the the thrive time team every almost every meeting. Now what I'm gonna do is I'm going to jail, by the way, the document, you're working on the five nineteen winds of the week, Tim Scott success story show notes, every time we do a show, I don't think listeners, maybe know this because I don't do a good job talking about it. But every single show, we ever do we transcribe the entire. Not of the show, and we add show notes so that you can prove you can vet and you can know what we're saying is true. So let's put a link Dr BreX website on today shows people can check out Dr brek dot com. Put a link to scotch constructions people can go check out Tim scotches company, and verify that he is real..

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"We will tell you whether your website is mobile compliant. Now, let me give you some some tips, some pro tips, some hints, some ideas here. Real quick here bonus bonus ideas, here we go. If your site is built on. Wordpress. That is a good thing. True Dutch bracket. You've had a website built, not on WordPress. I have it's like invisible. I was invisible. Were you we built on flash? It was through weeks. So I don't know what their platform is. I'm just telling you if you're out there today and your website is not built on WordPress. You might be a good person, but you're gonna lose. Also, if your website is not hosted by go daddy, or a reputable hosting service. I recommend daddy you definitely are going to lose the game. And you'll lie Jason why you would lose the game. If your website is hosted on a private server, that's hosted by some guy. Well, you're not going to be able to update it. It's going to either stay archaic or they're going to have full control. There's really too bad reasons. Dutch unit guest one you're gonna guess why having your website hosted by some random dude is not good one. You're never going to get a hold of him. Yeah. That's I mean, if you ever have a problem, you're, you're not going to get going to get ahold of them. Yep. I don't know the second let me tell you from a search engine perspective while you, okay? Anytime. You're site goes off line. It impacts your go. Rank Google doesn't want sites that are on and off all the time coming up in the search engines. So if you're having your website, hosted by guy, let's say the power goes out, and Tulsa, right? Go daddy has your site backed up on all different servers. So even if the power goes out and Tolstoi the server that's in Vegas is still on run. If Vegas gets hit by something the, the, the server, it's there's servers all server farms all over the country. Right. That's raising one in two to Dr BreX point, you can get a hold of somebody all the time. In bonus reason, number three is, let's say that I have a company and Dr brick, I said, hey, to save money..

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"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr brex" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"So who's helping to sell house we just dealt with the one who was helping sell the house. Okay. And they get. Got six percent. Because now in this case are getting the buyer's commission and the sellers commissioned right because I reached out to them. Right. Right. So they made six percent commission instead of three because they're marketing made sense right because because you call the sign I saw the sign so because their marketing was so effective aka because you saw the sign and called direct day made six percent. Exactly, right. Dr brek if you recently purchased a house, I'll say in the last ten years six years ago six years ago when you were looking for the right house. Did you use the internet and then drive around or what did you do? Yeah. Both. I was on Zillow realtor. Every app. Dental what part of town you wanted to live in. We were kind of open to some different parts of town in general. And so did you do most of your research online? Yes. Most of it. Yes. And then you called. Yes. Did you have a buyer's agent? I did have a realtor. Endymion this person for a long time for a little while. Okay. So this person helps you find the house or do you help? He found I found the house yield yourself. Find the house. Yes. Not for the commission. Yeah. So you helped yourself on the house, and then you told the real who represented you this is how much I want to offer for the house. And then they served as a middleman to go to the sellers sellers agent and say, hey sellers agent. This is what Dr BreX willing to offer. Right. Did you counter back and forth a few times or for a little bit not a lot but a little bit a little bit, and how many days back and forth of negotiation where they're their hours with board rooms with our big meetings was a big discussions where their labor talks whether a lot of confusing within a week. Yeah. Within a week a few days chef was weeks was it days days seen Seen it it instead of? of my first offers dollar. We went back maybe twice back and forth. Maybe twice. Okay. So why don't you agreed on a price your agent? I'm assuming got three percent, correct. And the sellers agent the person representing the house. They got three percent. Correct. I believe so. Yeah. So Chuck, this this concept is always made me crazy. Yeah. And because I have purchased. There was a time between two thousand in one. I think two thousand and twelve or my wife, and I bought a new house every year. Like, we just kept moving. We got a home based business since we moving up to bigger houses bigger houses than we had five kids bigger houses bigger, we get moving and every time we're paying a six percent commission, and it will put I thought why are any agents discharging a flat fee? So I called a buddy of mine. I said, hey, if you will represent me to buy a house, you don't have to anything because the last two times you've done nothing. Either gonna do is. I'm gonna pay you literally thousand. Dollars a thousand just to represent the deal. You do nothing ever. You're not gonna do anything this time because I dealt directly with the agent forty seller. I refused to call. My agent is need someone to help me transaction done. I'll pay a thousand dollars to do nothing. No, no. I can't do it. It's the association it's really frowned upon. You gotta do three percent. Do you have to do three percent? It was just frowned upon only professionals to clay, we do all the contract negotiation. We look at all the deals we help you go. She ate we help you determine the fair market price. And I'm going, I know you're part of this fabulous organization called the national association of really you need the grabs. Hey, get you the about this. There's four justifications most realtors, we'll tell you why they get the six percent say one shop is because we.

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