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"dr brick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:29 min | Last week

"dr brick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I can't say that there has been a distinct change in the man over the year, Trump Yes, I don't know. If you're not. He is not the same. That's not saying he's perfect that he isn't say crazy things that he has had changes morally. Yes, he He really, really, really had really believed that. I really believe it. So let me ask you this. Then. Then why is it that he had sex with a porn star? A couple months after his wife had a child? And why is that? They don't sleep in the same bed and she won't even leave 110%. Donald Trump was super not saved then, and I don't know anything about their marriage. That one way. Yeah, but it was hay was not a saved, man. When Barron Trump was born. What was a parent like 13 years ago? So he was not a saved man who knew Jesus back then? Okay. And I'm not saying And just because, you know Jesus doesn't mean you're good. Doesn't mean your moral doesn't mean you're right. Okay? Not it off. Do you think he's improved? Morally since I too I do, But that is because I've had a personal I've had personal interactions with him. Of course. I didn't know him when he was, you know, in the eighties and nineties. I've only known him in this position of president opinions about him as well. And I've truly seen that He's not the man. I thought he was right. So Years ago, 3.5 years ago when he said he didn't respect John McCain because he was captured. What is morally good about doing that? What is morally good about attacking Nancy Pelosi, based on her looks? What is morally good when he was running for president attacking Ted Cruz's wife, But we're all immoral and you were attacking Herman Cain here earlier, calling him an idiot, which is totally okay. But that doesn't mean that I'm going to call you in world. There's never do that. But I think there's a fine line between calling somebody an idiot because they don't wear a mask. And going after someone's service as a POW. Do you know that you don't listen, I am not the biggest John McCain fan and I don't like him at all. At the end of the day, I personally would never have said an ill word about him, particularly after his death. But again, I can't disagree with tales about Herman Cain after his death, and you're okay with that saying is, it's not as easy as tip for tat, and it's a lot about who you are as a human, I understand, but until word The reason why I say that is because his actions killed him, and his actions could kill others. That's why I call I call him an idiot. Do you understand your point, but I don't agree. I understand, But that's why that's why I call him that and going back to the John McCain issue. I think you have to be a certain type of horrible human being. Yes, I said it horrible human being, by the way, Donald Trump Dodge the military four times. Bill Clinton did too, and it doesn't make it right if you dodge the military, But my point is this somebody like John McCain. This has nothing to do with policy. We could disagree on by the way. I'm with you. I don't always agree on didn't always agree with John McCain but to attack John McCain because he was a prisoner of war. To me shows no proof to me that Donald Trump has changed it all. That is a despicable thing to do. I guess we will have to agree to disagree. I said, I think he still says a lot of despicable things on a regular basis. He retweets people that scream out white power. He did that recently. And now he's trying to give credibility to a doctor who believes in demons, sperm and that is dangerous for the country. So okay, it was Rudy Giuliani. You said that Dr Emanuel is there? I don't believe Donald Trump said that he respects her that she is a respected doctor. He also retweeted her. You can respect someone and disagree with them. I will respect that woman. She is a doctor. She's a minister. I disagree with her complete. Lately honored in person. But how can you respect a doctor who believes an exorcist? Um how can you respect anybody who thinks all gay people are terrorist? How can you respect anybody Who believes it is? I respect human life? I don't believe in demon sperm. I don't believe you get endometriosis. If you had a sex dream with a demon. I don't even know it was Donald Trump. But when Donald Trump retweets that He tried that gives her some credibility and people believe it. Can you understand how that could be dangerous to society? When the president of United States give somebody like that credibility? I think it's dangerous, decided when Twitter will censor the president and conservatives and not censor other public officials because we should not be censoring at all. But that's a different subject. But I do believe that If the president Retweets, somebody like that it is dangerous for society because this woman said, don't wear masks, and there's a cure for the virus. Both are not true. Both are ridiculous. Now, Donald Trump retweets that out which he did, and then it was since deleted because he knew it was wrong or somebody told him it was wrong. Some of his followers, some of his ignorant followers are going to believe it. No, They're not ignorant just because they question because they don't spoon feed themselves, whatever the hell's, but it's not just about questioning. There are people that are going to see that that are going to go out there and think that there's a cure not going to wear a mask. Just like there were people that But there were people who add aquarium cleaner because they thought hydrochloric land was a cure, and no one ever told them tow have aquarium cleaner. We can't keep meeting any traction. But Donald Trump in a Corona virus press conference is the one That even entertained the fact that maybe you could take these type of disinfectants and it could cure the virus. He's the one they were actually working on studies to do that, and he didn't say go and drink Lysol. But life brought in Latin. It's brilliant mind that suit. You told him where to drink, Liesel? No, but he brought it up in a Corona virus press conference, and I think most people would agree it was inappropriate for him to even bring it up because they're still think you should speak at whim and just kind of talk about whatever's on the forefront of his mind. Like Dr Brick said. After that, I don't think that it's terribly helpful, but it's also not helpful in the media. Comes at him and says he told everybody drink Lysol. No, he didnt you are. But I listened to that press conference word for word. He never said any such thing, but he brought it up and he entertained two doctors, which is extremely irresponsible and ridiculous. That's all. That's all I'm saying. I think the president has a responsibility. You know what if we had more truth and transparency like because everyone tells us hydrochloric one doesn't work. Oh, the study show will show me the studies. You might say, Oh, that's too much. You're not smart enough to see no show us be transparent. This lack of transparency is why there's doubt. Well, there there is a lack of transparency on both sides. I just want the president to be a little bit more responsible, right? I guess we have some people on hold. I didn't even give out the number, but I'm going to try to get to as many calls as I can in a very short period of time. Let's start off with Kevin. Kevin, you're first. What's going on? Yeah. Hey, um, I hear you guys discussing all this. It brings me back to when my great parents only at a very young age That I should never hold everyone to a higher standard than I hold myself. Because if I do just makes me look like a hypocrite today, Okay, So what? What? What does that mean? I don't even know what that I don't even know.

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

07:58 min | 3 weeks ago

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

"You're young podcast. Co Host here with you do before you insult everybody. You always have to say with all respect. And then you can say anything. You just have to throw the other I. That gives you licensed to say whatever and then you don't have to apologize, right? Now can now Dr Brek. Yes, you and your wife have pooled. Do you? Not We? Had, you seen a pool somewhere before you decided to install your pool. House with a pool and then we got to renovate it. How did You know you. Growing up my one of my first jobs was as a lifeguard I've always liked the water and so we actually rented a house my dad. Rented House when we were growing up at a pool, and so I got to as is soon. A lot of teenagers get to do take care of it. on behalf of the parents and so I. AM In balance, chemicals and backwash, and all the different things that go into. A bowl when I was a youngster, and so I felt very comfortable, buying a house or looking at houses that had pools, so you had seen a pool growing up therefore when you're looking to buy houses, you. You've experienced a pool, I. We lived in a in a house that had a pool for. At least a handful of years you had seen and experienced it firsthand. And Jason You have seen the Pergola and experienced at first hand. I think that's what how we tie into today's show because we're talking about video reviews, and why they're so powerful Ryan wimpy with tiptop canine good morning sir. How are you I'm doing wonderful. How are you I? AM fired up to talk to you about this idea of getting real video reviews because I found that it top canine. Almost every single time somebody brings in their dog for the one dollar first lesson. When they experience the power of the dog whisperer. Could you explain for the listeners who are not familiar with what TIPTOP CANINE DOT COM is how you how people during that very first sales presentation during that very first demonstration where you only actually charge one dollar. Yeah, well, we actually we work our dog normally in the middle of the street, so they can see our dog off leash June obedience. Trick stuff like that. Then we work with their dogs and. And show results ten or fifteen minutes, so let's let's say that I have Saturday I had multiple dogs under fifteen minutes coming off leash from twelve fifteen feet away, and I couldn't teach them to jump on me, so that wows the heck out of people I went out yesterday to get my daughter a new. A new vehicle turned sixteen, so yeah, this would whatever she saves will double it. We went out yesterday and got her a vehicle and so I was going to take her to grandma's house last night, and to give her the vehicle and that kind of thing and I stopped by the office there at the river walk about six o'clock, maybe six thirty and one of the tip, top canine team members their training, a dog right and the people were wowed I mean the people sitting there and there were wow, then, I just WanNa make sure the listeners are getting this idea when I'm. I'm trying to teach, today is the power of video reviews the power of getting her actual clients on an actual video testifying to their experience Ryan at tiptop canine. You guys have wowed thousands of clients over the years. How long have you been training dogs twelve years twelve years ago? Do you remember life before we had the smartphone technology that made it very easy to get video reviews. Do you remember what what what life was like? When we had the the old school, Nokia phones. Did you remember that yeah? So, yes, so I had the. What was it handed Cam the handicapped handicap. Our count the. Card card. Put it and would download everything and it would take. Like an hour and a half two hours, and then I would have to take it from that to put it in the windows. Media editor whatever. I remember that. There was a flip. Liver ever! I had a flip of video cameras I think it was called. Flip was the brand Hold that thing and you'd film to be super pixelated and he'd have to take that upload that the like you, said the card onto the windows program or whatever it was in. Get that and when you start to upload it to Youtube. And you'd have to leave to go to Church You came back from Church. Four percent of the way, yeah, and when you do, is you traff right and you beg and plead the Jesus would would allow us to finish uploading before your computer would put pause Roy time out, but now we're in a different. World, we're now. We can film on our smartphone. And upload those videos within seconds, or at least a minute, or so so now we have to get video reviews, and I want all the listeners out. There understand what I'm talking about, so I want everybody out there to do a quick google. Search right now for tip top canine reviews. Let's do a search for top canine reviews. Okay I'm searching I'm searching Oh there. It is I. See Video Reviews Right now. I see one two three video reviews for Tiptop, Canine, four, five, six, seven, eight nine Ryan. How many dogs do you think that you've trained over the years? Personally, thousands literally thousands yes. Wouldn't it be great if we had all of them on? This point. Oh, I, mean seriously because he. Had So many people have told you over the years. Hey, you trade in my dog has changed my life because what somebody's life like before they get their dog trained well. What what? How terrible can somebody's life be before? They hire tip canine to train their dog I, believe you are saving marriages. Oh, here, we are so the. Guy That was out at the thrive building doing some sales yesterday. Yeah, he said the lady was literally crying when she realized that he could fix both dogs and crying, and then she was signing up for like five granted dog training, but she's so she's happy. She's literally crying. She was crying. Now. Here's what I see lot now I don't I don't work in your call center? Your wife manages a team of people, but when people call tiptop canine. This is what I've heard from my friends who are who are seeking dog training right there, saying they're cute. Little puppy that they bought a year ago. Right has just eaten part of her wedding dress. or part of their shoes or has nod through a couch Roy Moore. Have what kind of what kind of stuff have you heard Ryan is just you felt bad and you go. You know what I feel bad. You definitely need to have your dog professionally trained. What kind of craziness have you heard dogs? Chew and five thousand or couches making them look like they exploded. Around knocking over children like all day everyday. Knocking over elderly people, they're like. Oh, my dog's high energy, but I can't walk them because he drags me and my shoulder sore for two days. The dog runs away and they chased the dog for three hours trying to get to talk back just partying in the house four five times a day like all sorts of crazy stuff. Some by issues I'm sure. And then there's aggressive dogs, and we work a lot of those to where they're like biting other dogs biting people. They can't take the dog in public. Bite the mailman the Pizza Guy Breck. What kind of problems has somebody called you? Where were they had maybe soreness or pain? Or what kind of problems have you been able to solve as a chiropractor now? Again I'm going to assume on behalf of the listeners that I think Jason Let's assume that we think you and me. We think that Dr Brick is is is a scam. He's a snake oil salesman because he is a chiropractor. Doom that Ryan wimpy is absolute scammer because he is a dog trainer. Does you know some people think that about dog trainers and door chiropractors. Problems. Have you been able to solve over the years? Free for your patients? I mean it's a long list so I, mean you could start at the very top of the head, or the or the foot, but plantar fasciitis for starting in the feet. you know ankle, sprains and strains? I know there's hippos shoes. I know there's a giving give me an example of a real patient..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:41 min | Last month

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

"No one's GONNA be poor. No, it's going to be rich. Everybody's just going to be taken care of from cradle to grave. Behave and follow the communist, manifesto but Jason. Why does it communism work? But they teach these kind of pro-communist ideas from college campuses I. Find It shocking that parents could send their kids to college and then be shocked graduate as communists. But why doesn't communism work mean one? Historically it always fails, but when you what you just said before the reason why people especially here in America unfortunately right now the problem is education and you. You hear like politicians say this a lot, but I'm serious like the problem. Is Education much like the listeners on the show? We could educate you all day, but unless you implement. Nothing's going to happen or unless you research given. Given the let's say the a topic of Communist, but anyway why so appealing to everybody right now? WHO's making bad decisions? Is they believe what you said is true? Everybody gets paid. The same amount and nobody gets left out. However, if you look at any big communist government in any notable country throughout the years, what happened? There's always been a divide. You think that you can't be poor and you're going to be thriving in a communist environment. You're not. You're still going to be subjugated now you have somebody telling you what you can and can't do verbatim now at elephant in the room. Everybody makes the same. Amount, but then the customers can tip whatever they do. Have people that make more money than other so absolutely it's it's definitely merit based in the sense that you can make more by wow in your customer, and you can also make more by doing things that helped the business. Think about this for a second Jason. Think about this for a second. Why does carly tend to get tipped so much? Because carly is like lightning in a bottle, she has charisma. She's a very very good stylist and she also has a growth mindset, so she knows I mean I've seen her do this little move. She has this little journal. You know we think we're cool because we carry clipboards with our to do list the second, that client says something to her that she realizes is going to make like a connection and make them if she can refer back to that. Make them a regular customer. Customer. She'll jot it down so if you're like. Yeah, you know, let's say. Dr Brick got his haircut before he goes to Florida. He said Yeah I'm going to Florida with the Kiddos. We're going. Be going on a boat ride blah. Blah Blah. She'll jot that down next month. He comes in front of women. She's like so you didn't tell me about Florida. Did you get seasick in the media? They're like holy crap. This person remembers why I'm not just a guy in a chair, but in a communist environment. What would happen if we took our everybody's tips? And equalized them in them out to everybody. Equally her hard work would mean nothing, right. That's just an example, so get. We're teaching you these moves. You've got to get out of that. HYPNOTIC board mindset that some people are in which is good work. go to church. Go home. Go to work. Go to church. Go home. Go to work. Go to church. Go home. You're forty. Go to work. Go home you forty five. Go to work. Go to church. Go Home, you backers, you're fifty. Go to work. Go to church. Go Home! Your five go to work. Go to church. Go home. Your sixty go to work. Go to church. Go home. You're sixty five. Go to work. Go to church. Go to home. You're seventy. Go to work. Go to church. Go home. You're dead, stopped doing that and get out of the rhythm focus. Wake up, wake up it. This is your time. Are you talking to me? Yes, I'm talking to you. I don't know if you're talking to me because I. Stop It. Stop thinking successes for other people. Jason Somebody needs to be shaken. Yes, Shamanee's reawakened awakened to be. SHOOK OUT US lumber. Yeah, come on, you used to be in a slumber. Did there's a time of my life? I was in a slumber help somebody, get back, but help them wrestle the out of the Cape, so they can isolate the virus and work with Dr Factually correct to admit another virus I mean everything you're saying is true. If you feel stuck, stop being stuck. If we there's so many times I'll just use you know. Not self-gratification. What's the word I'm looking for different cases? Yes, OH, self-deprecation here! I yeah, apparently I can't do math having a hard time with the English language. Great job. But no, so like I realized I was unhappy I was in a job that was my passion, and I was going the wrong direction, so I had to just stop and make a decision. If I hadn't I would not be where I am in life at all right now. Because that led to another job I ended up, realizing that wasn't the right path, but then saying okay, maybe switch to a different direction. You gotta give again. You can't steer Parkas right so if you're feeling stuck if you feel like you have an idea that you. You want to pursue. If you want to do the group interview if you want to start tracking if you want to find a way to make a great, no brainer so you can bring in more profit. You just have to sit down and decide a win. You're going to do it. You gotta sit down and make the time to get these things done action. I number six. You got install a tracking. She got a track where the leads are coming from where they're not coming from how much you're spending on ads. What's working? What's not? Scoreboard, scoreboard, actually the number seven. You've got to eat with help with. Your digital domino para she had implement the business system, which is get video reviews images on your site surgeon content more of us. Do it everyday. Step Eight. You got to implement. Seth Godin purple cow to stand out in a crowded marketplace. Come up with a brand logo. Something that stands out. Paint your vehicles neon, green. Make sure you're the only doctor in town. That's offering ninety nine dollars I exam in glasses be the guy that stands out in the cluttered marketplace, the purple cow, the field, and the heard of brown cows, stand out.

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"dr brick" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

08:52 min | 3 months ago

"dr brick" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"Music soon but but you don't watch people not wearing their mass ambi going all crazy ways. It's like okay. I guess we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. We're going to not worry about this very much. So you worry about it rest. Don't list don't don't WanNa take doing I wanted to. I was like you know what your y'all ain't doing it. Then you know what I'm about her I don't know I don't have it and I'm not going to give it to anybody so I one hand on my my kiss mass and I'm like look take it off. I'm going to take it off. I wait now of course I wait until I got into the parking lot and I did it. Go get an AR. Fifteen and sit in front of the governor's house body gear and sit there and say you can't. You can't tell me what you do. I'll shoot up the sky manner. You GotTa do the Gym Workout One. We're GONNA do a bunch of pushups and work out in front of him. But you're not that one. You're not that our story overnight. A quarantine fatigue is real and and I'm reading this from my my my news overnight. It says Americans aren't getting unified advice from the federal government. So what they're doing is just improvising. That means taking away many way too many chances regardless of the status of the virus according now this this is what got me with this story. It says here and I didn't write this guys. I'm reading it all right. According to Cell. Phone Data Wow. You wouldn't think that's one of the ways that they're that they're monitoring people but according to Cell Phone Data Twenty five million more. Americans left their homes every day. Last week Then the previous weeks before the average percentage of people saying staying home was around thirty six thirty six percent of drop from forty. Three percent The the week before for a staying home but but in the crazy part of that story I thought was is a cellphone phone data. That's how they're monitoring who stay at home and who isn't staying at home the crazy well. We gave up all of our private information. How I gave up all my private information the other day for a coupon APP. I mean it just what we sign up and we scroll scroll scroll except I need to get me this Wendy's APP because the other corner rusty. Yeah the other part of that is that I mean your cell phones just a normal day-to-day are paying off of different towers. And that's other attract information. No I don't I know you didn't toward that's one of the ways. They're testing at the at the peak of the stay at home order. Forty-three percent of people were staying at home. And now we're at thirty six percent of people that are staying at home and this is twenty five million. More Americans left their homes every day last week. then Then the week before the next wave is GONNA head. I mean it's GonNa hit. It's happened in every other country. Do you know that one state has actually followed the CDC guideline now one st the one that there was a big presentation with Nice. Big Poster Boards and Fancy powerpoint and Dr Brick that their fancy scarf with like these are things to do in order to actually make sure the country open safe and then everybody starts willy. Nilly doing whatever the hell they want. It's like okay. Just forget about them and it is a wild west in that sense but just protect your own yeah. The World Health Organization issued a warning yesterday and they said listen. This virus may never go away and we're going to have to learn to live with it like we had to learn to live with. Hiv HIV is not gone away. But we'd come to terms with the virus and and that's what they're thinking is going to happen with with a corona virus. Now there's been born. They don't know if they can get rid of it so Hiv. It's like okay if you didn't use needles and if you didn't have unprotected sex daddy much are not gonna get HIV unfortunate some blood transfusions. You have family members Russia. That happened with as well. Yeah and that. That's that's dangerous but this is like going to the grocery store and some Douche coughing on you and and you get it and I'm listening to the grocery store where full-body role body come. You don't WanNa wear. I'm where my t rex an inflatable that. I got him Halloween two years ago everywhere because as close the has Matsui. I don't care yeah. It's nice scary. People Social Distance and fun it the same way. Here's something else that organizations talked about and this is I think Applies directly to you. Ryan homes This pandemic should and may will may and should change the way. We use toilets forever. It says here that when you know when you flush the toilet you're supposed to close the lid to the toilet since flushing lid can Shootout tons of droplets And also can you know Infect you from Corona virus because the water droplets poop had everything. Go in the air when you play toilet. The reason there's a lid for the toilet is so you close it when you flush in my life never flash it? It says here that you're gonNA start seeing lids for public toilets With no touch flushing And then also more space between all because they say that is. That's one of the places where you get a lot of possibility of catching krona virus. So close in the lead is important and there needs to come out of the mythbusters episode for this because there's still a at a level of air that can get through between the first seat and the lid but there's a lot better shot if you close the lid and plus the toilet so it's Kinda like wearing the mask still that barrier. I'm not wearing a mask in public toilets. Not Wearing a mask at home. This is America flush toilet and it's up it shoots tons of droplets if there was any corona virus. Someone's maybe you go to the bathroom like a hamster tiny square pellets. And they just go sink right to the bottom okay. Have Your toothbrush like on your countertop in the bathroom the toilet no no drop you. Don't keep your toothbrush in your bathroom bathroom. But it's far away like it's it's actually in the linen closet which has a little section just for the toothbrush because I want anywhere near the toilet. That's ridiculous you're weakening your immune system okay. Everybody knows that you get stronger with doodoo mouth. So now we know that you don't flaws and you have doodoo mouth just self proclaimed that Ryan brushing his teeth poop crafts now. I don't know I don't. I haven't really used that toilet lid until I had to come and work here. So that's crazy to make because that is such a woman thing like I remember being a single guy and not using and then my wife coming and be like. Are You an animal? Do you understand that? This kind of savage argue that. Where have you been living in the jungle and on my own? She's like you said it down and I can't help but you know shut the lid. Now who do I as I'm sitting? I flush as I'm sitting. Oh no no because then you get then you get that by fun. Bursting air came to this. Saturday is blocking what's happening in entertainment. You're you're telling me that you flush the toilet wire so sitting on the tour and you're looking at why nats would fly around your buttocks. That's not real and I immediately take a shower at four. I go over how how? How close DUTREUIL. I'm the Hud Button at route. Don't plow bottle those those are the gross. This is how you feel. When you're that postponed the toilet mom Neymar none of that. I mean you're supposed to stand up class. You did not have a class and going to the bathroom when you have a bathroom glass. You don't allow us when you're sitting down. Whatever Doodoo or whatever the the water droplets go up and they're all over your butt right all of your taint a bug. Take a shower after you go to the bathroom. You had never taken a shower here. I've never gone a number to here to every time you go on number two everytime you go number two you take a shower. Yes yes I would like to really break his balls on this one but I had a roommate. That did that but we all know that was crazy..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

09:25 min | 3 months ago

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

"Left a couple of fast questions here. So Jason I'm GonNa have you asked any questions you'd like to ask about the hiring process that your clients would ask Dr Brick and then we have the founder of complete carpet here with us and I liked him have him give him an opportunity to ask as well. So we'll start with you. What what's what. What question do you think your clients would have for mister stairs or question would be so the fact? I guess two part question one. How did you narrow it down to you? Have to go through eighty five people to get. Yes because I think that's important. A lot of my clients haven't figured out how many knows they need before they get. Yes within two would be. How did you basically convince yourself and your team to continually do the same hiring process every single week? And that's what I found is people say. Oh I can do the group interview building outline and I'll help them build the responses and I'll help them monitor. Everything were not being super tedious but I them to do the group interview. Yeah it was great. You find anybody know all right next week the group of you now. Yeah so so what? What was your flow in order to convince yourself in the people you work for you that this is what how. How does that number one out of eighty five come from and how do you keep your clients doing it every week? Well first of all we track we everything in our company so the number of resumes that come in we just remember how many resumes how many people say they're going to come to the interview track that number tracked hundred people actually show up. We track that number. How many people did we hire? We track that number. Okay how do you? How do you convince your clients to do it every week? How do I convince my clients to do it every week? And then once again I go back to their core values and their their purpose there f six goals in their company. Because if I just tried to convince them to do something my way with tying it into what they want through. It'll never works. I JEDI MIND TRICK. It has to come back to their desire what they want out of life. And if you want this then you need to take this step Gotcha. So that's how that's how we do that and does a very good job of doing that and I would just say if you go to thrive time dot com forward slash. Does it work? Time should come forward slash does dash it dash work. You will see real client. Hundreds of clients sharing how the group interview has worked for them. And I found that when people when you hear enough people doing it and you see that it works at a certain point we start going. You know I don't know how to. I don't know how that smartphone works at all but I'm gonNA use it bobby. Are you sure? Do you know how the technology works. No I don't understand it but I believe I can use this phone to. I've seen so many testimonies I'm gonNA use the phone. Island smile almost disbelieving. The phone could connect to a satellite and send a signal to a person in a different place. And then you know your aunt. Mabel scared of technology and thinks the Internet's going to kill us all but meanwhile you're like I'm going to pick up his eventually. You you see enough proof and you just you just do it and it's fun because many of the testimonials on that video are our clients an absolutely. It's a beautiful beautiful thing. Okay Dr Brick. What's your final question for Mister stairs? So when you're talking about doing a group interview each and every week and somebody's listening and they're currently doing an interview you know Five six times a year How much freedom have you actually found that this group interview provides you versus those? Who would say well? I'm I'm only doing this big interview process a couple of times a year versus each and every week are have you found that it is actually freeing. Oh it's completely frank yeah. I'm no longer held hostage by any of the employees again. The fourteen months that we were talking about that was back earlier. Thousand Nineteen I think for the total of two thousand nineteen. We hire ten people just got through doing the W. twos right so I think we had ten people and it was hilarious because I was looking at those. Who aren't these because they were only there for like three or four days weeks You know but man they were rocking it now you they don't great until they aren't even if you go through the stranger and do the group interview process. What stairs saying sayings? If someone's not going to do the job then. They're going to move on pretty quickly. They're not going to stay loyal to a dysfunction. I personally tied up in the. Oh this person there can be awesome. Because I know they're probably going to be awesome until they're not and then we're just going to move them out and bring somebody else in and so every single time that we have moved somebody out. I have immediately been able to replace him most of the time the very next day. That's what makes the a Bob. Stoops the guy who really took the. Oh you football program to the next level. That's what makes bill check great. Is Everything here for years? It's a whole new team and they have to recruit people while also coaching their current people. Now we have the founder of complete carpet on the show here And what questions would you have here for? Clair's Oh absolutely the I want to go back to the L. You've got the you've got the Y. Go back to the C. Yes at the last conference that are actually quite a few the conferences you get up to do the C. on your core values and you tell them you need to write down three core values and I look across. 'cause I the first conference. I was the same person but now that I've got a chance I've already written them down. I look at the other people and everyone down like friendly Happy Smart and you name off some that. You can't put those as your values and pretty much put their pen away and then I got nothing. I got nothing on that. What do you got to help them? Because I think that's where a lot of business owners get stuck because it's not that they don't find people that they don't know the type of people are looking for how do they. How do you get over that hurdle? 'cause for me. That was hard. That was hard figuring what is what is my actual core value. Yeah because it takes thought in most business owners have have lost the ability to think because they have been trapped in work. They wake up in the morning and they just work. There's there's people out there that I'm talking to you right now. Okay just put your hands on the radio because I'm talking to you. You have lost the ability to think because you have spent so much time just working you have had the same problem over and over and over. That is frustrating. You But you continue to just work through it. You continue to just pressed through it and some how you're interpreting that as you being a strong person you being a strong leader you being a good business owner because you continue to do the same thing over and over and over. But you're not getting set free so I think the first thing Nathan. Y people are struggle with that is because they have lost the ability to think and so it takes time if the conferences. We don't have time. I say so. Write these things down but literally. This could take you twenty four sixty hours to dive in and think what are my core values. And I'm a huge proponent and Klay taught me this you want to be careful not to just come up with things of their funny. They have a good sense of humor and they can be on tagger retain integrity and and trust. You know. It's like okay. If you want to have those those are fine but one of your core values has got to be around producing results. And it's gotTa be around. You can get her done. Or however you want to say that one of your values has to be results oriented and again for me coming out of public schools and coming out of ministry that results oriented and that was really great. That was really great. A schoolteacher you're not really judged by the results you know you just you. That's why merit based pay. Never never teachers are never in favor of it because they go well. What if my kids are difficult? You've got to be better. Yeah go so careful on up an audio clip here. This is a song by sublime called what I got you. The Song Jason. This to me is a song. The theme Song of the average entrepreneur the average preneurs according INC MAGAZINE. Ninety six percent of business owners fail within ten years. So this is the official theme song for most entrepreneurs just cable part of it. Here let me get here. Wasn't he's lyrics. Learns to street. Choose to reason things wrong. Got To find the reason. Why is there it is? That's what they're doing. They're getting up there getting in their truck and might be lighting up a cigarette putting shoes on their feet and trying to figure out why their money's all gone yeah. Maybe requires pro activity to pull the weeds and one of the weeds. It's killing your business bad. Nothing works unless they do clay stares. Thank you so much for joining us on today's show again. If you WANNA get those specific questions that he asks his ideal and likely candidates you can get those by going to Klay stairs dot com. That's a that's again. That's clay stairs. Dot Com easy for me to say CLAY STARES DOT COM S. T. A. I R. E. S. CLAY STAIRS DOT com. Get those questions today. And we'd like to each and every show with a boom and I will caution you. These bikes are hot. I gotta take two steps back and it's like one giant step for forward boom mankind broken break to what..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:28 min | 7 months ago

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

"Deliver services and we can't continue to give away services You know for free or or losing money on them. And so that was one one of the big steps We also had to get rid of toxic employees or contractors in our case the massage therapist are self employed contractors But a little warning about therapists by the way the only difference between the rapist and a therapist is a space. I just think about it. Okay back to you. That reminds me Sean Connery on Saturday. Night live right now. Okay so other changes you've made this year. What other changes you made you fix up nonexistent on On our SEO literally was was is non-existent you may have found if you put my name in exactly exactly spelled correctly. You might found me on like twenty pages back got it. But now you've got all the content tags Hugo reviews all started from scratch and we now have like two two hundred fifty seven reviews and we're climbing The Google search engine each day. I I was doing a Search for you Was Was it yesterday and I I I think you were over to fifty. And he pulled up real quick to fifty seven. You're right two hundred and fifty seven Google reviews and so are you. Are you having people are finding you online now. Yes and that's a that's a nice new thing you know people come in and like hey I saw you reviews. Are you having up ten percent more than last year. Twenty percent. What are you up? We're up uh-huh so it fluctuates a little bit. But but I mean literally from like a year and a half ago to now. Yeah we're up double double now. Have you have you you fixed years. Have you changed or improved your sales scripting or your sales processes me half. Yeah we very Intensely win over a lot of scripting scripting and things But then also we do We do have a no brainer offer. And so the conversion aspect of that to go from. Hey this is all free eighty two I do expect you pay me at some point Getting a better conversion script for me to work from has also been very helpful and then you from HR Dr Perspective and hiring people. I'm not going to put words your mouth. But most people most clients. We worked with most doctors who worked with before business owners before they come into our program. Have a hard hard time finding good people And then after they're in the program that's usually not a problem anymore right Is that the case with you or you GonNa Finding people or have you changed your recruitment process Just before starting working with Tim We had to we had some change up in some you know. Some people left on their own accord and got got it. We're about to have that conversation anyway. So it worked out. Nice timing but Yeah so we brought on some great people in the last year and And now we're we're operating from a totally different way of thinking about that with not being held captive and a hostage in my own office and how how do you feel. Now I mean do you'd do you and your wife does it. Does it feel better to feel. Had more pride about the business now that you're more profitable difference in her arms to really. Yeah Yeah I mean I've I've been a doctor for the last fifteen years but You know to be successful doctors kind of a little better. The actual tangible action steps tips like give me a task to do today that I can. I can put my hands to work y'All and doing that but I mean I I had to borrow money from family members. James Thank you that Big Shot to your dad. I O U But yeah I mean it was tough on my wife. She's a schoolteacher. And we were were. We were living paycheck to paycheck. Every month Trying to Rob Peter to pay Paul got it and not fun not fun at all and you're a doctor you're practiser yes embarrassed your your business does not have to be embarrassing and you don't have to feel stuck but you do have to take action if you WANNA get unstuck Thomas. Edison has said and I it quoted so many times on the show vision without execution is hallucination. So if you feel stuck you feel overwhelmed. You don't know what to do. Just reach out to us today. Just reach out to us today. To thrive time show DOT COM and schedule a thirteen point. One on one assessment with yours truly and we can see if if we can help you Again Months Clark. I'm a business coach. Big Shut up Dr Brick and it's always like the in each and every show with the boom freak to what uh-huh..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:20 min | 8 months ago

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

"Tell US straight data delegate. We got to celebrate. I'm in bed awake for myself. Let's start let's stop right there. He you have so much on your plate. You do have to delegate some things like maybe mailing something I delegate that I delegate transcribing the show I don't don't get the show notes. I don't delegate creating the content or writing the title for the shows right or the outlines but I do delegate making the cool icons the graphic design the artwork that goes with every show I delegate we'll get that. Why do you do that because i? I'm really good at Photoshop and used it I would. I would spend hours doing them if I didn't delegate it and I feel like that's the one part I can deal at the John and Darlan Tucker's better than I am. I was really good. He's much better. So you want to delegate things I mean Dr Recommen- you can delegate a lot of things what things can you delegate there at your at Your chiropractic center what can you delegate. So like calls to patients who missed missed appointments. Okay that's something that yeah my staff takes care of that and scheduling Some of the billing tasks once I've put my notes in then they can actually take those notes and use them to create the billing statements but the adjustments. The you know the exams those remind those things one is is important for me to do them feel like anybody who delegates the wrong things. Just WanNa make a cover of Warren g's regulators because delegators delegates tell me the do things Jayson UC clients before. We're able to help them when when you first meet a client and before we can help them. What are some of the things that are trying to delegate? They should not be delegating. They're are tracking A. It's the biggest one I've had at least five five maybe ten. Oh man it's a lot this month. I Bet I bet you. It's by twenty clients that I've had a spiritual spiritual interaction with them because of the clients drifting how it goes you send me their information. I call him talked to One lady grow grow lady. She was delegating tracking to a million under team who was not accurately recording the number of leads. They got every week so they were getting breakfast. Forty leads a week and they were closing about twenty of those leads And she said they were only get about twenty one leads a week. Why do you think that the person who has dealt who is tracking the numbers was artificially reporting a lower number of leads? Dr Brick well. Then there's accessory looked better. We just found out this week's tracking one woman and there's guys who just on these specific ones this week. One woman closed three out of forty presentations and and the medical space three maybe certain industries where that's normal I mean let Her who you wanted to definitely predecessor close though like ninety percent the and it is as bill. Let's listen to a little bit more of the song real quick. This is a powerful song. Delegate this one's called elevate my drink now this is. He's talking about how he's having success. He's marinate non it but listen.

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

10:21 min | 8 months ago

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

"Every time he hadn't been to sleep in a month every single time. And how do you think that went over brick at all never went over. Well yeah and again again. If you're out there wanting to have success you've gotta prepare so coach Belichick has to prepare for his team's meetings just like he expects his players to prepare now. Matthew Slater has a shared love of the game and a devotion to his faith. Just Father Jackie slater chose to pass on more within just his love of football to his son because Jackie chose also pass on his deep Christian faith to Matthew. Although Jackie and his son share connection to the game of football they share a deeper deeper connection to their shared faith and everything. I've read about these guys every video. I've seen every audio clip. I've watched these guys really really really really really do. They have a huge faith in Christ but they also believe in themselves. They have faith in the system. That's why he was on the team for for twenty years. Jackie was on the same team for twenty. Matthew's been on the same team for now. This is thirteen years homeys. That's crazy. seven pro all selections and two Super Bowl Championships. There's a lot of fruit there and Matthews career throughout Matthews career. He's been selected to be on the all pro bowl team seven times times. He's been a big part of two super bowl championships. Matthew much like many of the all time Patriot great players before him is universally known as being player and person who plays as the game quote unquote the Patriot Way. meaning that he always knows what needs to be done and when it needs to be done. Although the Patriots have many great players on their roster each in every year it would be difficult to find another player who was more respected on the roster than Matthew Slater the game changing factor in Super Bowl. Fifty three three a lot of people don't know this but during the Super Bowl fifty three matthew slater always seem to have just that that kind of the ability to kind of just kind of get in the right place place at the right time and throughout the Game Matthew Slater was able to down punts for Punter Ryan Allen which always seemed to put the Los Angeles Rams in a back against the wall situation. Dr Brett can you explain what that means when the Patriots have to punt the ball because they haven't advanced the ball enough to they haven't got I down and now we have to kick the ball to the other guy. Can you explain what it feels like to play with your back against the wall where your pin down right there in your own zone on your own one yard line or five years. Ideally if The returner doesn't catch the ball One of the things that you can do as the team kicking it is To get get to the ball and you want to get that ball as close to the opposite end zone as possible. It's like the one yard line within the five yard line is always beneficial because now that team that's about to take over. An offense has to go ninety five yards in order to score for Versus if the guy returns the punt say he catches it on the ten yard line and he runs twenty yards ahead now. They're at the thirty yard line. And so they we only have seventy yards to go instead of ninety five. Now Talk to me about how it feels when you're a quarterback or an author flags you were receiver at the terrible place to be to start at your one yard line wife wife well for one you have your back against a A pervert wall anyway The end zone is not a place that you want to be holding the ball while when you're trying to go the opposite direction Because if you get tackled in that end zone than the opposite team gets two points. It's called a safety safety and So Oh you know win. You're starting at the one yard line. You are automatically in the end zone standing and your line has their line is coming with full force because because this is their one shot if you if you make yardage now you're you're a little bit further advanced. How does there what does it? How does it feel when you're down there? How does it feel when you're down there? It feels awful. Yeah I mean I got nowhere to go. It's very stressful. You've got the crowd just screaming crazy. You've got all the defensive you know if they're going to show a blitz it's coming And they're I'm gonNA bring as many as they can as long as they can still keep some coverage So yeah you may have six seven Beasley men coming right at you as a quarterback With one one goal in mind and that is to hammer you with all force possible And bring you down in the end zone now. Jason explained to the listeners out. There who maybe aren't familiar with this. How important important is it to fold towels elephant in the room? People would assume that it's not but it's extremely important. We do it every thirty minutes. And who's the Best Tau folder. You've ever oversee Oh man Mark Miranda just folds the towel so fast I so pretty. I don't know how he does it. Mark Miranda's jobless yeah. He'll literally just like he'll pull one Out and then do like this little whip thing and it's perfectly folded in threes and just ready to go. How valuable is it to have a guy like that on the team extremely valuable? Why because we use those towels for every single service each stylus have like a back stock of tin ready to go for each customer? We have to have them in the shampoo room. It's part of the whole experience. And if we ever run out it's like pulling the emergency brake on like a train. Everybody's just like they lose their momentum. Were freaking out. We can't do our job. We're losing a crucial service like it's as dumb as minuscule as it seems. It's a very big detail. Okay so what happens Dr Brick in you have a guy like matthew slater not on your team and your team. mm-hmm always lets. The other team gained twenty yards on every punt return. What happened Well your opportunities for success goes down. So yeah I mean the other team has that chance They're sitting in a much more comfortable position. The quarterback can perform with less stress And so Yeah you're you're always in your never in that really good good position where now your team has the greater odds of success. What happens if you don't have a guy like matthew slater in your in your locker room or or in your office? What happens to your office culture? If you've got super talented people that are negative. What happens well again? You go back to that tone and I think tone and attitude or so crucial in any business. It doesn't matter what industry you're in But yeah a guy like Matthew slater brings the right tone. brings as a positive tone and maturity Like I said the character. And he's a person that even if you don't agree with everything he says or what he believes gives you can respect him and because he's doing it in practice he's consistent And so it's Day in and day out. It's not just for the cameras. It's not just as for the showtime of the game He's doing this on a regular everyday basis and he's done it not only consistently daily but over a long period of time for twelve years He's been doing this and So that's a huge part of what allows your team to be successful Is Setting that proper tone and then again just having the the right tone on a consistent basis so that your customers are getting a consistent service or consistent product customer service is so crucial and You want your customers to have the best experience. You've got to set the right down. So let's talk about this Antonio Brown on was signed by the Patriots. He lasted a week He's the player who famously Wrong wouldn't play for the Wouldn't play for the raiders. Because he didn't like his helmet didn't like his shoes Didn't like The practice he didn't like contract so it wouldn't play for the steelers didn't like his. He apparently had a cryotherapy says he frost bit his feet didn't like his helmet. That picture was nasty. He didn't like his feet didn't like his helmet. Didn't like the practice routine. Didn't like the tone of the general manager. Didn't WanNa play on the steelers. I didn't like the rule about staying off the social media Didn't like the fact that you can't text the harassing text messages. Didn't like a lot of things so the Patriots kept him on the team for like seven days. What happens in a culture jason of even one negative person one negative person that negative person can start to spread like a weed or rather like a wildfire very fast? Give me an example from from your time. Managing dough mention the person's name. Now put them on blast billion listeners. Now but tell me about. Tell me about what happens when there's one negative a person and let's say the downtown shop when you work there you go What what what? What kind of? How does that manifest itself? Well it starts out with that one person having a bad day and you know they come in and you can. You may be having like a really good morning. Your spirits or super high. The teams are super high. Then that one person comes huffing and puffing and the whole thing is they want you to ask them what's throng second unload their entire clip and shoot. Bullets will eventually as you do that. You start to break down that positively that everybody else has built up and that person's negative attitude attitude spreads to the next person right next to him and that spreads to the next person but then at the same time as each person gets more progressively pissed. They're gonNA start venting to the customers so we've made an awkward word uncomfortable experience for the customer itself and then that gets up to management a management can real management can sense that. There's something wrong so I start asking the employees the employees as a freaking out and then they're overwhelmed because they're like dear God. I've got eight people's fractured psyche. To Take care of right now and usually usually employs will say. I don't WanNA throw anybody under the bus US right and I don't want to you know but and he customer usually I don't I don't WanNa throw some into the bus but the person who came here today had kind of a bad attitude. You know maybe I'm asking you. This is only very actionable whenever I want everyone right now to take a moment sheet of paper and write down. Who is your Matthew Slater? Who is your character? Who is the person who is sets the standard for Work Ethic for diligence? Who is that person? And who is your Antonio Brown. Who is the person who super talented? You gave them a shot but they are a disaster of a person in our culture killer in brick by default every single time. When I go win to coach business they have Antonio Brown on their teams? Yeah a culture killer and I have to find him well and it's it's really hard. I had an example given to me years and years ago It was at a church camp. And we were in a cabin with bunks and We had our one of our strongest physically strongest Campers Campers up on the top bunk..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:00 min | 9 months ago

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

"With the man. The Myth the legend Dr Brick. Rick how are you sir. How excited to have you on the show today? I'm excited about a great. Many things excited to get into today's topic which is can. Can you teach fish to climb trees Elon. Musk versus Tom. Brady are you versus everybody nobody else. Let's let's let's talk about this. There's a neat thing that was created back when I was in college called Napster which allowed you to download files commercials absolutely download files. That was kind of a NEAT NEAT nifty thing and it changes the music industry right and then there's this thing that came out a little bit later called facebook book All right now facebook. I I don't like facebook. I'm not into facebook. I don't WanNa go on facebook. I'm Kinda Bill Belichick as relates to facebook. But I think it's very important for you the listener to understand what facebook instagram twitter youtube. What what they've done to you and if it's a good thing great and if it's a bad thing it's okay when I want you to be aware of and let's have this conversation for a second? FACEBOOK essentially allows you to be perpetually actually distracted in a great game called comparison and Jealousy. So let's let's give it example. Let's say that my good friend friend. Dr Breakfast is on facebook. And my good friend Jason's on facebook. Now Jason. You just got married right. I did and he got married. And what is your wife's name. Her name is Alexis Alexis. The Lexus is a very kind person. Beautiful Lady Great Lady. Nice Person Okay so you get married to Alexis and your photos turned out. Great Andrew took photos. I'm Andrew used to work for us when I owned epic photos now. Andrew decided to volunteer to take photos for you and the photos turned out great all there. So they're really. They really did great. You picked it's a great place you got married. I'm getting married at the botanical gardens. Which is a beautiful location Can you explain to the listeners. What that location looks like? It's like a massive park with a a bunch of plants and flowers and fountains and flowing just streams giant pond and the upkeep is. I don't know like what they pay the groundskeepers but they should be paying them. Like a crapload because these guys do a great job like everything is just pristine it is it really is a wonderful facility and and did this just in. It's nicer than most people's backyards. So what happens is though is some people not not you not not you have other people. I'm sure it's not our listeners. But some people then began to see. See your photos on facebook of of your wife and you and they start to go. I wish my life was that good. Because it's like it because that's a great time and left to get married great photos with this or they start to say. I wish my wedding photos were that good right. I wish my photos would have turned out that good. I wish my I alive. Would Dr Breakfast. Okay he's like Donna's he's a fitness guru. He's a he's a chiropractor he's a great guy and so Dr Brac you know no. He's on facebook just doing his life ready doing maybe they post highlights of a birthday or a party or something positive but then someone else goes. Oh God I'm not as fit as him And they feel bad so then people go on facebook and they're like well before I post this photo myself. I'm going to change the angle of the camera because this angle shoot up or even straight on. What kind of fat? If I shoot down I looked kind of thin so I wanted to change. It can go ahead real quick before we take the photo. Can I just change real quickly. And and then we have little filters we can. There's little filters do you change the filter. 'cause you want to remove any impurities any type of thing that would make you look normal. They make you look like a real person because we don't WanNa look like a real person we want to look like. We're a super person because we don't want to be real real we WANNA be. We want to be better than real. And so what happens. Is We start to compare. So what are we talking about. We're talking about. Is that you listening today. Have a gift. I believe that you weren't a mistake. I believe that you were born with a purpose and you have a gift and I don't know what the Gift Tis but I do know that you have a gift purpose and you were born to do something well. I don't know what it is. I don't know maybe you were born to be a chiropractor. Maybe you were born to be a great musician. Maybe you were born to be. I don't know drummer. Maybe you're you're born to be great baker. A great mom great dad. Maybe you're born to be a great dentist but if you were born to be a fish and then I teach you how to climb a tree if you attend my tree climbing school and I'm trying to teach you Mr fish to climb a tree. You're not going to do well and Jason. Why would have fish not do well in my tree climbing schools? Well it could be due to lack of arms or opposable thumbs. The fact that he's.

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:05 min | 1 year ago

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

"On the business in Dr brick, nobody's coming to me and saying, please do this. Right. Please spend all weekend reading books and all the books, you've read, I've got some seriously, not fun books over here about search engine optimization. I've gone through nine of them so far. And I've taken that kind of note to they're all being put into this book and that thing's going to be hot, but Dr brick working on your business can be hard. Sometimes, I think without a coach for some it's impossible. Well, yeah, I think a lot of ways you wouldn't even know where to begin there, it is already know. Like I said, I was putting out the fires, and I didn't have enough of a perch or view to be able to see what's going to be coming next. And what am I not seeing because I'm just so busy with my head spinning trying to get through today? Jason on Saturday. What did we do what time did we meet up on Saturday, and what were we doing, and who was with us, so Saturday, we had all of the newer, coaches, and senior Jonathan, and we met at thrive at five AM. Technically, four forty five and for about four forty five to nine fifteen nine thirty. We just ran through training on properly assigning action items, but also understanding how Google canonical compliance is interesting. A lot of our clients have no idea. Do these boot camps, right? I was I worked with you guys a lot on rhetoric because what happens is or how you communicate because what happens is Jason. Let's do a pop quiz here. What are the four variables that impact? Somebody's search engine. That is a great question. First and foremost, G four variables that affect somebody's search engine. Teacher. They are the most original HTML content. Nice. The most Google reviews the most Google conical compliance into the most Google will compliance. Now again. Did you know those things before you started working with those two years ago, I did not. And what company, did you start working for two years ago, I started working for elephant in the room and what was your position you originally hired for I was hired onto a manager. But did basically assistant managing call center and then manage, and then you've got promoted to what job superman injure, what does that mean? That means I oversaw, the three locations in the corporate, quote, unquote. Yup area, and then also stats emotional management's all that. And then you got promoted again to do what to coach interesting. So, but he, he did not know these skills before I did not now he does very interesting. Dr break, I was looking at the, the up the patriots dirty move. They just did this year. You hear about the dirty move to move on. So good. We've got a guy on our team. I'll pull it up here. So you can see this guy. He's perhaps, the most athletic man I've ever seen on the big screen here. Seems Jamie Collins and he Bill chick schemed together to come up with this play watch this play. It's going to blow your mind. It's so dirty. And so good. Here we go. Watch us move..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:15 min | 1 year ago

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

"Spa dot com of our listeners go to that website. They're going to see a diligent client. He's very coach -able, who has a no-brainer on their website. Yep. That, right. There is a sign of a great coaching client, when they're willing to come out with a great offer. Dr brick talk about the, the no brainer offer that you're offering at Dr breath dot com. Right. So we have are no brainer. Is that you can come into the clinic for a free consultation exam x. Ray therapy and first treatment all at no cost, no obligation. How's that working for you working? Great. How's it worked for the clients? I think they love it. Have you been growing the last year and a half or so? Definitely how much have you grown as a percentage, as a percentage? Well we're somewhere between a hundred fifty to two hundred percent. I mean, we've, we've almost doubled some months of have been double, and then some just under. But yeah, we're, we're pretty close to double month after month. So before we get back into this testimonial with Kalis stairs, and sharing about the client that he works with Tim scotch. I just want to encourage everybody out there to think about this for second in our country. Jason official United States population right now that we know about. I mean, obviously, there's other people who are here that we don't maybe document or know about, but. What's the number you could find there? My friend of you've found a number as of two thousand eighteen was three hundred and twenty seven point two million people. Okay. So let's think about that for a second. There's three hundred and twenty seven million people, and of those three hundred twenty seven million what we know right now is roughly ten percent of our population starts a business. Now, why I'm not going to go with the hard stat on that is because nine out of ten businesses according to Forbes fail. So there's a lot of LLC starting a lot of them ending a lot of them opening a lot of them shutting down. All I'm saying is it if you're out there and you want to start a business about only about just ten percent of the population actually do it now according to Forbes sixty seven percent of people want to start a business, but yet only really one at a ten actually do it. But think about that nine of those fail, which means that you only have statistically one percent chance of achieving the American dream and having your own successful company. So if you are. Crazy enough to be in that ten percent of people that actually go out there and start a business. If you're crazy enough. You're listening today and you're going, I am crazy. I mean, if you're the kind of guy who you know, you've thought about huffing glue. You say no, you've thought about doing. Bungee jumping, you said. No, no, no, not risky enough. If he's I thought I've thought about jumping out of a perfectly perfectly good plane with a parachute, and he say, no not enough. Adrenaline for me if you've thought about pumping gas, while smoking, but you say no, there's just not enough adrenaline there, if you have thought about going down the freeway, sixty five miles an hour in reverse new thought. No, there's not enough risk. If you've thought about ice fishing on lake that is barely frozen. If you are that you say I throw caution to the wind because those things aren't nearly risky enough. And I have started a business because I love the risk. If you're that kind of crazy person, but you were you legitimately one percent, chance of making it Dr break..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:32 min | 1 year ago

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

"So if you go there your first exam is free you've been doing this for a long time. You have sixty five patients day, what would happen if you got distracted and decided to take personal phone calls, while helping just patients will I mean, there's a number of things. So even before the phone call if I'm distracted, then you're really not getting that quality service that we were talking about just a minute ago. So it's present time consciousness. I mean that's been been my mantra what I'm all about ever since they won. Because when I'm living at adjustment. It's hard to heart and soul to soul. I mean, there's a an energy connection. It's not just a mash on bones. But yeah, I mean. I do not answer my phone. My family knows don't don't call me unless you know, even if the house on fire fire department, you know, but I mean, if they call back toback, they know if it's not a true true emergency. I mean, still not gonna use the phone, but I'll get to it as quickly as I can. But if it's true emergency don't even call twice, and you've set it up where if they absolutely need to get a hold of you can call your office. They can call the office the. Yeah, the latest let me know. Hey, there really is an emergency. That's very different than the mobile. Office. Nobody. Yeah. I mean that moment is yours. That's very different than the rest of the world. Oh, yeah. There is the world. Never does that. Kids aren't playing in the corner. Had a funny story that Anita share. But it's far from the past reckon shirt, but I will give no details as to who. It may be the people will go, you're horrible. This guy pulled me aside. And he says, hey, man, I today, I was you know, my wife, and I were you know, of do, you know, we're kind of just doing a little. A phone call like. What what what what is? I get a phone call and I did. The answer the phone. He's like we'll do. I saw the call coming through like. No, no. And I go you do this a lot don't you? Do you do this a lot? And he says well the other day today, we were kind of you're doing, you know, and then the phone rang, and I might get out of here. That's he he wouldn't turn his phone off at night. And then like, so do you sleep with your phone on goes? Yes, how often do you get woken up with like Diener update or short? Ding us all the time. Yeah. I don't recall having a full night's sleep. A lot of say, you shouldn't even charge it and you're like in the same room being another room. So I'm just saying out there live a structured life. Think about the things you're going to say no to create those new boundaries now principle number four Bill. Campbell wrote spend your days doing not planning. This is an example from Bill Campbell's life. He liked to spend his Saturday, mornings planning. And then he liked to go ninety miles an hour during the week, but he's finished weekend. Replanning every every Saturday reprint replanning recalibrating refocusing. But then during the week, he would just go Dr brick when do you do? Most of your strategic planning. I do it in the morning. And so, you know, like him my schedule is very similar a lot of people will ask me if it seems boring or Monday, but it really doesn't. It's a matter of I know where I've got to be win and what's going on. And and so I'm not guessing or or you know, trying to figure it out in the last moment. But then, yeah, we'd take some extra time on the weekend to you know, work on the business and on in the business. You know, Bill came less has an another principal when a share with everybody the principal called. He says your company must have unifying products and principles pretzel. Number five. This is important because every company has its own culture..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:38 min | 1 year ago

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

"And then you hold onto it for ten years. Don't you? Yes. The by the box, right? You wanna start playing with the box. But I mean, okay now, Google Google. Jason why do you like Google and not Yahoo? Google takes me exam. Where I need to go. And they just they found a way to figure out their algorithm toward their faster and just overall better. And I don't have to get news updates about random crap. I don't care about right? That's huge for me. I don't wanna go on the internet black hole. And I don't even wanna know what's going on with most things. I mean, I don't wanna know. I don't want the negativity of the world to block out what I'm searching for. And I really don't care about who's upset about Trump Obama. I just want search for Tulsa dog training and find a good trainer for my dog. Every time you log on. It's just that beautiful graphic. They don't Swami with terrorist attacks or what people voting for. It's great. It's unbelievable. It's that's the kind of stuff you're going to find with the companies that Bill Campbell coached now principal. We'll let me read the notable quotable here from Bill Campbell this Bill Campbell. This article is featured in Forbes, and I will make sure I put a Lincoln the show. It says first of all I don't really take the company to coach unless the founder is passionate and really wants to create something durable. Once you get the founder and the CEO. Oh, you just want to find out. What makes them tick? You're trying to understand what they want to get out of their management team. Then you try to spend time with the team and then put processes in place. I'm not going to tell Larry page and Sergei Brin. How do their search engine algorithms that Google I'm just I'm just trying to bring what they're doing to life? So think about that. He's not getting in there as a coach and saying this is how you should code your website. And what he's doing? He's he's saying, hey, let's get the management team rolling in the same direction. That's what he would do now principle. Number two is trust your managers and make sure they trust their subordinates, Dr brick. What does that mean trust issues? I mean, you've got to you've got to trust that everybody knows their job is doing their job, and and that flows from the top all the way down. So I mean, you know, in that you've got the managers, and then the people below but starts at the top. I don't know if anybody can relate to this. But I can guts terrible when you have somebody doing management, and you don't trust that they're actually doing their job. Right. It's awful. It is awful go in steps to to prevent that. With the you know video cameras surveillance giving more security, and then also the call recording. I agree with Dr breakfast said you put in the call recording clarity voices a program we recommend you put in the video cameras. I agree with all. That. And I wanted to pile on with this Jason elfin the room if we have to write somebody up for, you know, breaking a policy where do we have to put that file we send that immediately as soon as as soon as it's been signed by who it's being documented for by the management and by third party. So we can just verify all the information. We immediately upload that to our disciplinary folder in dropbox. Now, I can tell you this though, I've had situations before where I've had to deal with unemployment situation. And I go to look for the files. Right. And they're not there. And I asked the manager. Hey, where are these? And they say I forgot that really kills trust. Because I have to go back verify every time just as recently as yesterday. I was looking for some core source documents on dropbox and a member my teams like, oh, yeah, they're they're they're they're yes. Yes. And they're not there. And so that's tough. And that's why you just gotta trust but verify trust but verify 'cause if you just blindly trust really put you in a bad situation when you assume it makes a at of U N me notable quotable from Bill Campbell coming in hot..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:58 min | 1 year ago

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

"And it's it's unlimited at the Mercedes dealership. There you go because they assume you're not going to take forty seven cookies. You know, but they're nice. Until this to angels touch. Yeah. We work with a company here and broken arrow called the garage fresh baked cookies. Yeah. And people cannot stand at ten come in it, smells, like fresh baked cookies there making them in the store, they're making in the lobby. It is awesome. So they thought about the needs of people didn't have big screen TV's that Mercedes dealerships here watching great ESPN sports have different channels. You can watch mid got magazines that make sense they've got cars on display shop that are crazy. Awesome car. No want you to look at him sit in fun with them. So they're making it an experience, that's the key. Now, I see a lot of car dealerships out of auto repair shops, where they don't think about the customer experience the customers now sitting on blue chairs from like that they stole from like, a third grade imagery, you know, Know what what I mean? I mean, they got magazines from nineteen four people they've got. And it's not good old people magazine's, I'm reading about the recent death of Princess, Diana. What in the world? Already been filled out says George Lucas plans to launch Star Wars. Anyway. So your people we landed on the moon. Call my wife. I mean, you're reading through old periodical I visualize the place I'm talking about right now with the does the wrong way. Now, let's think about it again. If you go in Schupp, what's something you need to do every three thousand miles four thousand miles with vehicle change, my oil. So I've been told okay. So I go to change oil change oil. We take it in there. Now when you take it in there on a Saturday, how long it's gonna take you to get to the place where you have your oil changed actually at the garage talked about so about fifteen seventeen minutes and once you get there to the garage. If wouldn't you like it if they would do or any business out there listening? That's an automotive repair. Wouldn't it be cool? If they did a twenty point inspection top-down, Dr brick. Yeah. Sure, they did twenty point inspection. And they say here is what's about to go wrong. Say hey, you know, what sir by the way? Seriously. This just happened local place. I took my car to about a month ago. They did not do this for me. I pull out of there, and I was stopping to go into the gas station. And my my kids were still in the car out there. So I go into pay. I noticed my front headlight is out. I'll come on. So I drive back to the place. I was just at and I said, hey, can you change my light while I'm here? And the guy said, yeah, we can't was it out. When I got when I was here. He goes. Sure. Bring it out. So if you had a twenty point checklist, you say to the customer, and so Trump imagine that this was your experience I come back yesterday. Just you know, we did our twenty point inspection looks like your wife or blades need to be replaced. K? Looks.

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:29 min | 1 year ago

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

"So let me just give you an example of these kinds of things we talked to a doctor. He is an ophthalmologist Obama. Dr Tim, Tim as first name, I won't mention his last name's I've promised to my one on the show that guys grown guys in sixty days. Literally, his grown is optimally practice over thirty percents already a big company go, Dr Tim and sixty days, but you know, why following the system everything all every system the entire thing right now. Let me tell you about let me tell you about the the clients that struggle, though, it's when you get really smart person, and we say Chup, we'll kind of role play case. So you're you chop I I want to implement call recording. But I mean to a half to an ethical, and then what system shy us, and I know you're recommending clarity voice. But I have a different one thirty have. And but the problem with this one is that it only lets me record inbound calls. This is the stuff you run into all the time when people are trying to over think something that's already been proven in. Honestly, that's one of the reasons I brought up the tip top example a minute ago because with the franchise model, I love it so much there's not even an opportunity to try and argue with this stuff. It's already set up for you. Therefore, you have to follow that path and in it's just a no brainer. Now what about? Chef we'll push back. Do you get from intelligent people when it comes to putting video cameras in their lobby to ensure quality control. Well, it's unethical. Clay, I can't record. That members target puts up cameras, the Home Depot, and I know that traffic lights put up I know WalMart puts up cameras, but we can't never win. Yeah. And that's what keeps small businesses small. What about the group interview? We're gonna back. Do you get from intelligent people about implementing the group interview? Well, what kind of Telemit's group interview, don't I need to tell them tell them that tell them. It's a massive you have to do with the same day the same time every single week. We'll could've pushed get we. We have a client. As example, we have client right now. Dr Tim again in Alabama the up Malla gist. We told him, and he did it so great. This is awesome. We make a list of the hundred people that you want to refer you the hundred optometrists on philology which mean, which means he has surgery surgery in the eye. Optometrists treat the eye and they refer out surgery ophthalmology. Okay. So he's getting referrals downstream from up. Thomas. We should make a list of the top Thomas in town and bring them by doughnuts. Every week until him to pre sheet the referrals because you'd like to help their patients, and he says, okay done, and we said, and then make sure you ask every single patient for an objective, you know, Google review, and he says, okay? Well, Dr brick no pushback. He's doing it work. He now calls them doughnut referrals texting over Marshall with all these exclamation points. In another doughnut Rivero, but what kind of pushback did we get from very smart person? Oh, yeah. About the dream one hundred. That's a waste of time. I can't dedicate that much. I do step one drop off donuts. Yeah. Step to what do I do that drop off every week anyway. Yeah. Absolutely. Every single week. But what if they told me no, go back the next week Trump off donuts drop off donuts, you hear doctors talk about on the show people. Yeah. People think it's hyperbole. I don't think they believe they tell you never to come back. Oh, I'll see you next week. What kind of pushback, do you get from smart people when you tell them it's time to gather reviews. When I say, it's time you have to capture a review every single day from at least one real customer..

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

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:00 min | 1 year ago

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

"And so the principles all still stick, you know, everything that's that's true for a fortune. Five hundred company is still you know business principle is is still true for a mom and pop start up. Now, this is again, I'm just this is an offensive idea for somebody out there. But I have read all the books that are behind me on that book show. Yeah. That's a lot of books four or five. I read those is because. I wanted to know the specific systems needed to grow business, and it might be offensive for somebody. I know it is because I met people at the conference say this. When you realize that a person who has taken algebra three times. And who really isn't good at much, but who just knows the systems can win all day. And then with somebody who's really smart and has a lot of degrees in a lot of education, and maybe age experience life experience that if they don't know these systems, they can't grow. It can be very frustrating. Yeah. Can I chime in here another win that we've had just to prove that these systems work is tip top canine down in south lake, Texas. This is crazy thirty one thousand dollars in sales in one we one week, and that's only after eight months of being open. Right. I mean, thirty one thousand in a week we've met small business owners that come into our conference to in in a year are doing two hundred thousand dollars of gross revenue in business for twenty years decades. So if you're out there listening today this show is meant to help you build your faith that you can. Can grow your business dramatically, just like Dr brick just like the folks at mod scenes, but nothing works unless you do my Angela nothing works unless you if we teach you the proven path if we do the initial call the thirteen point assessment says I make the plant takes four hours to make that plan takes about an hour to talk to you takes me at my team half hour to talk to to talk to you. So we're talking about five and a half hour investment of our time. The worst thing that you could do is say you want the change and did not be coach able like Dr Breck, and like you're gonna hear from these folks mod scenes doctor breath, you had a a hot a hot tape. Just something that goes back to your point. You're talking about is one of my first mentors. We were at a meeting, and he was talking to a group of us that were still students at the time. And he looked he point out this guy. And he goes you're gonna do really well and business and what he was trying to assess was who was the student who was the student and who's the beast in. So the a student those are the ones that are gonna struggle. They're gonna try to out think the system there and try to out guess it blazer own way, they know better. But the students just more to go. Hey, I don't know off all. Take take me on that path. You guys all all take the steps you say to take I'm nine so their coach -able disagree with Dr Brexit. I want to point this out because what you just said is based on your observations and that conversation, unfortunately, I was the student. So it took me a long time to figure out just follow. The I just wanna make sure we have a lot of smart listeners who listen to this show. And I just wanna make sure that the listeners kind of get this idea rightly divided I have been coaching clients since two thousand seven eight doesn't eight and I will tell you that the ones who are super super smart in unwilling to implement what they're learning like you said out think the system those outnumber. If you looked at the client who are losing, right? The people who are have the business owners. They're losing the super smart people that out think everything and don't implement that's probably three to four business failures. And one at a four is somebody who is. Just maybe not the most academically smart person ever who implements. It's usually it's almost always people that are super sparked that struggle to implement it really is a problem. It's a thing..

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"dr brick" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr brick" Discussed on WINS 1010

"On the florida state capital today demanding action school safety guns and mental health but a number of them were turned away from meetings with elected officials after being told that only those with appointments would be allowed in earlier a group met with the state attorney general pam bondi for a discussion on mental health issues following the massacre at their school that left seventeen dead president trump host listening session at four this afternoon at the white house with those impacted by gun violence scheduled to be their parents teachers and students from parkland florida columbine colorado and new town connecticut the president has announced his support for outlined bumps stocks which were used in the las vegas concert massacre atop democrats weighing is senate minority leader chuck schumer is pushing back against the president's openness to regulate the bump stocks thing well the fact they are quote exploring policy changes to curb gun violence is a welcome shift there are serious problems he claimed with the president's approach schumer says the atf has previously concluded it does not have the authority to regulate bump stocks without congressional action something he believes the president should call for and when it comes to the bipartisan bill the president backed up to the nation's background check system for gun purchases schumer said that bill also includes a tough nra priority allowing concealed carry reciprocity correspondent serena marshall reporting more allegations against or the raw legistor pleaded guilty to group of women at a clinic in philadelphia he's now accused here in new york he was a year ago that forty five old hillary tooling coldest sex abuse hotline and said dr brick carter crucially on eve repeatedly raped her in his new york office she reportedly said she testified before a manhattan grand jury two weeks ago he was indicted on seven sex charges including rape attempted rape and criminal sex act when the victim was unable to give consent dr christiani is wellknown in his field for treating rare neurology syndromes that caused billeting pain.

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