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"dr ivan miser" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr ivan miser" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And welcome back. It is Frankie Boyer. And this is his truck radio talking to Dr Ivan Miser, and you were in the mist of sharing with us some critical information and You know, we're talking about how Can actually this this pause this time. This time I call it an adult time out. Can really be beneficial. I know that for me, Ivan on painting more. I'm more focused in my artwork. I'm walking regularly with my buddy. And I'm trying really hard to really and truly keep my my Energy, my creativity flowing. It took me a while to get to this place, So I'm not going to live you It wasn't the first month. You know it was a couple of months ago, but But I'm on this this role now where I'm really enjoying. These days, most of the time. Yeah, I am too. You know, this is this is the longest I've ever gone without traveling and I've got 2.3 million miles on one airline alone. So There's a lot of missing, but there's also this opportunity to actually be home. My in my entire married life. I've been married 31 years. I have never spent five months at home. And it's incredible. So you gotta find positives. You know, Here's a Here's a challenge, and I'm gonna give you a positive for here's a challenge. We're going from covert. It's a 12 punch to a recession. And most countries are now moving into a recession or have moved into a recession. And although Cupid was new to me, I've never run into anything like that. I've been through recessions. This is the fourth recession that I've been through with being nice, and I'll tell you something I learned in 1990 the first recession. I was in with me and I I went to a mixer and the only topic of discussion with everyone was how bad business Wass. You ever been in a situation where everybody's talking about how bad things are other than Kobe? Yeah. Yeah, And so everyone's talking about. I saw a guy in the corner. I walked up to him. I introduced myself. It was a chamber function, and I made a mistake. I thought of seeing how you doing? How's business? As soon as I thought, I said, I thought he's going to tell me now. I hope that this is you see, I'm having a great year. He said. You're having a great year. He said. Yeah, what? What business of you and he said, I'm really strange said the real estate market has bottomed out on you're having a great year. Actually, I'm having my best year ever. That is just your first year in real estate deal asked him said, No. I'm gonna really stayed a long time. How could you be having your best year? Any patted down is just so I'm not wearing it and he reached into his pocket and pull out a button. Jackie. I swear to you pulled out a button, and it said, I refuse to participate in a recession. He put it on. I looked at him. I said, you have a button. So he's having a great year, he said. Well, the bunnies the mindset, he said, You gotta look for the opportunities that exist and they're out there. I said, Take me to school here. What are the opportunities for you right now? He said. Two big ones. One is real estate investors. I'm going to them and I'm saying I got a duplex You gotta look at and if you don't look at it, you are not allowed to come to me. Two years from now and tea on Manisha looked at the duplex. Property values are back up, and I could have got it at a bargain. You said. You have to look at this stuff. He said. I'm selling more real estate Tio commercial investors than I've ever sold. I said, What's the 2nd 1 first time home buyers? I'm going to them and I'm saying Real estate's on sale You could not about hours a year ago, you couldn't buy it today at a lower interest rate, and I'm selling more first time home buyers in every resold, and then he pointed it. Other real estate agents and shit. That person's real estate agent that one that one Hey, have you talked to anybody said Yes, he said. They're talking about how bad businesses aren't they said yes. He said. The beauty of this is that a year from now I'm gonna have half the competition. I do know because they're so obsessed with how bad things or I went out Jackie after that, and I mean thousands of buttons that say, I refused to participate in a recession. I'm gonna go out and make him again for this one. Love it. Love it, Ivan. I look at Netflix and years ago. And everybody was You know Netflix is never going to make it in the naysayers. And do you remember back then? It was like There's no way people are going to be streaming and I mean it was It was like, Ah, foreign. Whatever. And now today, Netflix got more. Emmy nominations that any other network Yeah, Amazing. You know, the other amazing part was Netflix in the early days was struggling and they went to Blockbuster video store company and ask them if they would buy them for $50 million. And Blockbuster said no. And the CEO blockbuster back then said Netflix isn't even on our radar as competition. Today. Netflix is where billions and billions of dollars and blockbusters out of business they were disrupted because they didn't adjust and adapt and Right? Boy, one of them? Yes. Look, you know, I just was we were. We were just walking the other morning in this magnificent ship. Is in the harbor. And we just looked at it. It's called the dreamboat. And It's the owner of the Atlantic Falcons, and he also is the owner of Home Depot. And you look at this ship. That Is that sleeps 25 very comfortably. A crew of 33 Two swimming pools of Jacuzzi helicopter pad. I mean, it was just It was designed in Europe and it was worth you know, 200 million plus and all of that, and you look at this. And you say, Wow, but a man Took an idea of going to the local hardware store and expanding it with Home Depot. And look where we are today and look. Att. During the recession. I don't know about you, but I must have gone to home Depot about four or five times. The toilet went this went, I mean, it was a necessity. Yeah. Absolutely not. I'm missing the handyman. Gene skips a generation in my family. But what I saw when I was my dad could fix anything. This is a true story Freaking. My dad could fix anything 17. He called me out to the garage. He put his hand on my shoulder and said son. Better go to college because you're never going to make a living with your hands like thanks dead, but But my I love these stories because This is what this is all about. This is what this pandemic is. Teaching us is to dig in, Dig in and to go beyond what we what we can see. And sometimes you said it at the beginning, Ivan Trust, Trust yourself. The truth is always within us if we're just wide enough to hear it. Absolutely on DH. You know, I I don't know what our future holds. But I do know that we can influence our future and I know absolutely absolutely. And we've gotta we've gotta run, but oh, I'm so happy that you were on and I just wish you all the best. Come back any time Please. Please, please. And we'll continue this conversation so much is needed with this conversation so much hope as you mentioned at the beginning. Yes, absolutely. Ivan, give us the website, please dot com and Ivan Mihir dot com. If you want to see my writing free stuff up there, Ivan Minor anymore. Wonderful and we'll be back.

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"dr ivan miser" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"dr ivan miser" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In Ben Ferguson I'll have more as well on the show well a lot of folks are working from home and for some it's probably an awesome experience but for some maybe not so much joining us this morning is networking specialist and chief visionary officer and former CEO of B. and I an organizational behavior experts we say welcome back to Memphis to Dr Ivan miser Dr Ivan thank you for joining me again in Memphis how are you I am fantastic thanks for having me back it's good to have you back on the program and you this is especially when it comes to organizational behavior because the paradigms and might have had a seismic shift now that we're seeing so many people having to work from home which means staff meetings and all those functions are basically now rather than face to face risks were saying things via more electronic means and for some it's it's it's a change that maybe is a good thing but maybe not so much what it what are you saying at at from atop the forest well first of all I I think you're right to change out of the box and whenever they were out of the bottle we're never going to see it be quite the same and it's it was a major disruption press I mean imagine I I'm the founder of an organization that has nine thousand five hundred locations to meet face to face face to face these are groups of you know thirty forty fifty people each and we had to turn on a dime to slip to online meetings where we met ever and we meet every week I mentioned nine thousand five hundred means a week so that she's out of the bottle I think we're gonna see hybrid systems created throughout various organizations in the world where there's some trees to face meetings but more and more online meetings you know doctor I noticed that I'm seeing more and more people use this as a few apps that are at their wet backs in there some others but zoom seems to have just taken off exponentially which is great for them but they've also been in the news with a lot of bad press for their lack of security so but it's it's been an interesting time because a lot of people out of necessity went to zoom I guess because it's easier but we're learning some lessons kind of on the fly are we here we are learning lessons on the fly and from what I've heard and I have a very close friend whose son works with zoom I T. and they've really jumped on that from what I have heard and and try to fill whatever holes there were but you know there are other platforms you've got the go to meeting which I've used zoom which which I have used and Skype of course so there are other platforms but usually crazy people out there you think this is gonna go away it is always gonna be somebody doing something stupid because there's holes in technology so you know I give a little bit of grace St from what I've seen they've really jumped on the on the the challenges that they've had and that's a good thing and and I guess with the unprecedented demand for it sometimes you don't know what you don't know until you find out that you don't know right and I know that was soon what is your platform you can give people passwords so it's harder to get in did you know that the not cases the internet for factor six is trying to get in on you know that you can use passwords and so that you know they're doing what they can sure sure then Dr Ivan miser joining us on that Memphis morning news I I you know I guess in being productive at home is now and is is not it used to be kind of a luxury you you kind of found it in from the from the office to out to the house but now it's it's got to be the standard right I mean Hey you know what people need to be thinking about when they get up in the morning and prepare to put on their work brain rather than their you know lab leisurely life spring yeah there's there's a number of things but first of all you need to have a dedicated work space at your home even if you know if you can get a server room great sisters a separate bedroom that you can put a table and work from that's probably ideal but if you don't have that well you gotta find a corner of the house dead it is your dedicated work space in your not to anything else there it's important to have some contextual discernment meaning you know your house you know where it's going to be quieter or louder if you've got kids usually the kids are going to be for the most part and so you have to have some contextual discernment of find a quiet area find no distractions I mean there's a lot of other things stay off social media ought no cavity is right you can you can if you need social media for business if you're doing social media business projects that's fine but no cat videos staff you to ballistic for business related on the other end of the spectrum intrinsic breaks it's really easy when you're at home to take no breaks just keep working working it's important to break especially if you have family so at the same time which you probably do so take breaks hang out with the family have lunch with the family you know it's okay to watch TV at lunch but those kinds of distractions you wanna stay away from other than all of various breaks and you have to you really have to learn how to control your calendar don't let the tail wag the dog it and and do something I know one guy who's sitting at home and he spent eight hours a day watching the news no it's crazy if you don't you I urge people to take micro doses of the news especially during work hours I read the news on my phone when I get up I read the news before I go to bed occasionally I might watch some news after work hours but don't sit there during the day and watch the news because you know you know it's like the sky is falling and you don't need that that negativity will find you you don't need to go search it out and there's already enough shoulder tappers during the day whether be real or virtual that will distract you from being productive anyway and and then the morale and all that Dr Ivan miser always a pleasure thank you so much for sharing your time with us we hope you have a a very productive day I have fifty two steps to my office so I'm going to St that is very good thank you doctor I have a great day but this morning there.

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"dr ivan miser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"dr ivan miser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Your spouse present for your children, if you have children, and you can't be present to working while you're on vacation. What did we do before smartphones? Do we actually give our bosses back in the eighties like the hotel phone number of where we'd be staying just in case, you know, what I did that. But it was from urgency's in the boss would call emergencies. You know, it wasn't an emergency. You looked at file and show today because we're so digitally connected in the world. We cannot have the discipline to say no knows one where. Now, you can't tell your boss. One word, but you can be laid a groundwork to people as to sitting expectations. I'm going to be out of reach not going to be available. What do you think you need to know before I leave those kinds of things the right expectations. You can do this to other countries to by the way, North American still worst on this other countries are pretty good at letting people go on vacation people stay there since we're afraid. What are we afraid of? Losing are afraid of having somebody do a better job than us were frayed of not looking good to the Boston looking good to the clients all important things. But you know, what you're kind of important to taking time off all part of creating harmony speaking with Dr Ivan miser, he's co author of a new book called who's in your room the secret to creating your best life. He's also founder of BNI dot com. The world's largest networking organization. We're talking about avoiding work on vacation. You mentioned SU if you do a good job of sort of communicating things to colleagues they can cover your back you can cover. There's when they're away. Yeah. I think it's really important. You wanna talk to a colleague appear generally where you have an arrangement where vacation you might say. In your auto reply on vacation, I won't be back for week. I'm not going to get back to you. But Gordon can respond to you for me. You could say I've been can respond to for me matters. Here's his Email, and it works very well. Look the boss just wants the job done. And if you can get the job done by having someone back up bosses, right? Why why is it that perhaps bosses? Don't communicate this better to an employee. Hey, understand you're going away. We don't want to hear from you. The with your family and decompress. I don't think a lot of buses are maybe as self actualized should be just looking at the bottom line this week the smoke, and they're not realizing that when you have employers that are refreshed and come back come back to work ready to work, you're gonna get higher productivity from I I don't think thinking ahead foreign up. And that's that's a problem in those who do those who get it. Don't don't call don't don't respond to emails, and then he get somebody who can spec and they like working there because they understand the boss has back. Also, take care of them. What about what about those auto replies? Giardi replies. People people sometimes seen him, but I've always had fun without a reply. So I take time off writing. Auto reply. Here's an example of the kind of auto reply that I use. I've been wished the way by big angry looking men in suits and taken to a small room with one light in a little water in the laptop. I've been told to write these are from my publisher. I'm hoping to be released on so I can start responding to emails again. More emails from people say, oh my God. That was so funny. And and then they leave me Lou good conversation piece, Dr Ivan Meisner, founder of BNI dot com. Again, the book is called who's in your room the secret to creating your best life. It's twelve.

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"dr ivan miser" Discussed on The Storytellers Network

The Storytellers Network

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr ivan miser" Discussed on The Storytellers Network

"Went. And jumped into the lap of her co host a in where on live television, and she's screaming in the lap of her co host when I hadn't realized is that the cameramen this is old school cameras. They all got blinded. So three cameramen no one's asking the camera. They're all doing this. The directors in the back when this she screaming live television. She's clutching her chest. She says thank we're still on. Thank god. I didn't swear on live television. Go to swear on my television. Only thing her co said threaten entire said right now he looked off camera. He said what route new pants for her? Please. Erector says cut cut a commercial cut. Go to commercial. We went to commercial. There was my director off camera that was visual. We should leave. So in most states, I'm considered an expert in networking, but in Connecticut, I'm considered an arsonist. The point of the story that I make when I do the speech is look we all screw up. I bet you didn't. I bet your not going to screw up on live television. I have so don't worry about screen up. Nobody cares. Move past it figure out how to do is. Right. You can be highly successful in your networking, and you and you're not gonna mess up on live TV like that's the point. And the story really hits home that everybody makes mistakes. And that's where I say where you know, if you can if you can have some self deprecating humor, somebody looks at you dang. He's really successful. Then they look at me in the. Yeah. But he's done some pretty stupid things too. So we all have that's the story. If I couldn't tell that story life just would not be as as fun. Absolutely. Thanks for sharing the story. I haven't I appreciate it. Wonderful truly, my pleasure. Absolutely. So where's the best place? People can connect with you. So. My blog Ivan Meisner dot com, a lot of free content, including a new book that came out recently. Who's in your room? I was in your room, suite secret to creating your best life. Great book. I got a lot of content up there. It's offering everything up there is free. And of course, if someone is interested in in being I you to be an ied dot com and lots of chapters all around the world accent. And I'll linked to those the shots for listeners too. Great at the book is you can go to the book, you can get it on Amazon, but who's in your room dot online. If you want information about the book, who's in your room dot online, burbot excellent. What thanks again. I appreciate your time today. I've and this was a lot of fun. Thank you. Dan, yet, some great questions questions that I'm rarely ask. Thank god. Thanks. So you had a storyteller Dr Ivan miser of BNI what an incredible organization such a good guy. So I hope you enjoyed the episode. And if you did share it with somebody Senate on social media, Email texted tell somebody I just tell people on the street have a podcast. It up. But if you tell them even better, so thank you for that. And again, if you are new here you want to subscribe, text the word storytellers two three one nine nine six. Visit the website storytellers network dot com for more resources, and how to tell a great story from park howl from Donald Miller from other great resources and just connected me. But of the contact page on there will be a button says contact and send me an Email. Let's out conversation. All right. So there you go. Thank you for listening. If been reviews, thank you for being a part of the story tells us network next time, here's telling stories having stories. Jerry.

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"dr ivan miser" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr ivan miser" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Up next hour, Simon Owen talks about John Bolton, Mike Pompeo and the troops in Syria. Also, big national address, President Trump will talk about that in the seven o'clock hour as well. Joining us right now, he's written over a dozen books. He's countless entrepeneurship dot com. Business insider and has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and numerous other publications. We welcome to the broadcast. Dr Ivan Meisner this morning, Dr Ivan thank you for joining forced in me this morning. How are you, sir? I am fantastic. Thanks for having me on Dr Meisner. I know you are. One of the best when it comes to to networking skills, and creating referral networks where you where others grow themselves grow their businesses by connecting with people. But sometimes it may be time to prune some of those branches in that's sounds like it's easier said than done part of networking. I guess is growing your business. But also, keeping it strong or your network strong. How in the world today today is the organization I founded thirty fourth anniversary this morning, I group met or four years ago. Eight thousand eight hundred groups around the world, did you do that on purpose because today's Elvis's birthday? Taught about that. No, no, not at all. You're right though. The people use run yourself with mom got it right years ago. You would hang out with the right people. And that's what this latest book is about is. How do you choose the right people in your life? You know, we we try to build relationships and oftentimes maybe it's fantasy football. Or maybe it's some other gathering where we have something in common, and there is a relationship there. And it's hard for us to not only hear the word. No. But sometimes it's hard for us to say the word. No. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. In one of the things that we do is. We we give some people some ideas on how DC no without burning bridges without you know, acting like a jerk or or worse and indoors a number of techniques that we give here's here's my favorite one. If I said yes to that. I'd let you down. That's a really easy technique to us. Because when you tell somebody look, I don't wanna let you down. And so I got to say no to this. Because it it. You know, it's not gonna work for me. Another really good technique to follow up with that is told that I run referral organization refer them to somebody who would be better able to help them. So when you say, no, see, no, generally, but refer them to someone else that would be better for them. And that requires simple, and that and that requires knowing your circle of influence. I would I would assume it's it's always nice to be ready to have some sort of an an answer like that. And sometimes it's not necessarily because we don't want to do that. But sometimes life just gets in the way, we get real busy. Yeah. I mean, you know, we only have a certain bandwidth to operate in. And and you know, I when I I don't want to let someone die really don't want to let someone done. And if that's not if I don't have the time to do that. I'd rather refer them to someone whatever you do. Don't seinfeld. It. One of the really funny things about the old TV series. Seinfeld was how the characters would just go off on some crazy complicated. Subterfuge. And then you end up giving him more trouble than if they just been honest beginning that's kind of like Michael Scott from the office. It's kind of a benign neglect is like, well, if I just kind of ignore it, perhaps it ju- perhaps the problem or that whatever relationship or situation, I'm in will just go away. Yeah. Well, nine o'clock is an effective technique. We talk about it in the book benign neglect works when you don't want it to think about friends that you've had over the years that you've lost touch with. And they were friends you'd like to stay in touch something just happened to you lost touch. So imagine doing that. Then with point we have a plan where this person's maybe they're toxic. Or maybe their values are just not congruent with yours and ready to pull away benign neglect can effectively especially when you're doing what we call homeopathic doses. Homeopathic doses. The smallest dose necessary to for treatment. And so let's see going into town where somebody lives where you just don't want to connect with anymore rather than tell them a month in advance that you're coming in town. Call them the night before and say, hey, I'm going to be in town tomorrow, and I'm free between one in one thirty love to get together. And you're you're giving it's such a small window that they may not be available. And if they are available, you you're not there for hours on end, and they don't get upset with you. And you don't get grief because they didn't let them know. And then you get bonus points for being proactive because you did technically reach out to them. You did brilliant, absolutely brilliant. That's fantastic. Dr Dr Ivan miser check him out as I said over a dozen books. Check him out on Amazon dot com, you can find out some of his books and also keep an eye on Wall Street Journal dodge manure latest book is who's in your room, and it's available on Amazon fantastic. Well, congratulations on that. Dr. Please don't be a stranger. We we. Appreciate your time here on Memphis morning news. And wish you have very happy new year. Thank you very much seventy six fifty two. And we look at the roadways getting ready for that rush hour. The anticipation. Here's Heather York. Morning right now. With a wreck on northbound mendenhall Shelby driveway of ambulance units on the scene. 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