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08:46 min | 1 year ago

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"He wanted to take care of his parents now his parents and him and his wife they were all sent to the concentration camp and everybody but victor frankel died. I mean man this yet. Victor frankel gets out of the concentration camp and proceeds to write a book. And i believe he wrote the book in just a few weeks time and then he spent the rest of his life speaking about it becoming a professor in america. Forget what school he was at but i mean please read this book it will show you what the human mind is capable of enduring and also the body is capable of enduring. I mean it can help you in little stuff like physical tasks in your exercise regimen if physical tasks in in your home life when you want to quit when you have the luxury of quitting think about people that don't have the luxury of quitting people that are escaping their homelands right now and you know trudging across desert or you know trying to avoid being captured avoiding bombs back to patrick bet david. He escaped iran iran So many years ago. I forget what year was and his father was driving them to safety. I forget where they're escaping to and they just crossed a bridge and seconds later a bomb blew up the bridge like him and his little sister. I think looked out the backseat of the car. And we've all been road trips with their parents now. Imagine looking out of the backseat of your car. And seeing the bridge that you just rover blown to bits and head. You've been two minutes late. That bridge would not have been there and you would have no other way out. Had you been ten seconds late you've been blown up it's crazy crazy crazy crazy. You know those those not coincide the timing of things in the world anyways understand that people are going through incredible hardships right now around the world and that we can all do a little bit better patient with people we can be more positive and optimistic and frankl's is very stoic approach. You know it was like. I'm not getting out of here tomorrow but i'm gonna live today so that i may get out eventually and that. That book is very powerful. The next book again. It was called. It's called the night by eli wiesel. I believe to pronounce the name. The night is like you could not write a horror story worse than this. What this he was. He was a young boy he was. I dunno six eight ten. Maybe twelve I believe grew up in romania. And been i was just like. Don't worry the nazis coming here. They're here but they're not gonna do anything they're here and they've you sectioned off. But that's as far as it'll go and the rumors rooms now that's not gonna happen. That's not going to happen Somebody had escaped from camp and came back and Before the nazis gotten to his town and was like warning warning warning and these pointed at everybody in town pointed. That person said that person's crazy now. Maybe some people escaped but they were all everybody knew that there was a crazy guy saying these things and nobody hardly anybody believed him even to the day when the trains showed up to take everybody and even when they saw the houses being empty. Everyone couldn't believe it. Because it's so insane and so this young kid goes off to a camp. And i'm not gonna tell you what he saw. Because it's it's so horrifying you cannot believe the humans are capable of what he saw and yet somehow he survived and involve long marches through the snow. Where you know. He watched other family. Members beat each other to death for for for morsel of bread. Is absolutely inhumane. What this poor boy went through and likewise he went on to obviously to write this book and to do speaking about it. And you think that we are some civil group of debaters. We are not when you are hungry when you are when your family is at risk people will turn back into animals. I you probably like wow this. Balancing guy is super insane. I'm not gonna listen. This podcast ever again and i apologize but i want you to understand that it is not all parades there Good per hits. There's a lot of bad stuff out there and so please understand that. Please adjust your reality. Accordingly protect your family. Prepare ahead. i'm going to have my friend. Mike dillard on here hopefully in the future and talk about you know what happens if the power goes out in texas again for ten days fifteen days. What a lot of kind of doom and gloom people will say is that most american cities are three days away from foreign riots and what that means is most people don't have food in their houses and imagine you cut the power. You cut the food supplies to a major city new york city chicago. Chicago is pretty ugly already. you know. there's a lot of violence in that city. What happens if all the store shelves are gone empty. And so you know you need to start thinking ahead anyways into going from crazy to super insane. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna turn that pessimism around here and say that yes thing. Bad things can happen. Bad things continue to happen and you can't think that where you are bad. Things cannot happen to you. But i will say that. I am so optimistic that i am bring a child into this world. Okay so i am. I am optimistic. I believe in the goodness of people. I mean world war two was a horrible thing but i hope you believe as i do that. No good triumphed over evil in that. A lotta things are not that clear. Cut but good triumphs over evil. And i believe that There is a higher level of of Consciousness inside of all of this and if we read our books and we prepare and we you know forgive others that certainly there is an optimistic future ahead of me and so michelle and i are not only getting married in or near by the time to listen to this. We will be married Not only that but we are also pregnant. Michelle is pregnant. i'm a little less pregnant. But i'm part of the pregnancy and we recently read what to expect when you are expecting but we're we're still reading it because it's a. It's a big book. It's full of all the questions You know and so we're if you have multiple children remember back to when you had your first kid and how nervous nellie you may have been. Well we're at that stage right now and we are calling the midwife and sync but ken michelle get eyelashes eyelashes done. Can she get nails done you. Can you spray. And everybody's laughing at us and and Yeah you know so. That's where we are if If you were once like that we are in your shoes now so we. We read the book what to expect. When you're expecting because long-term optimist short-term realist is like what i like to call myself. And i wish you best. You know whatever your beliefs are the best. I wish you go in and read some of these books. The ones that sounded most interesting to you. you know i'm i'm of the go giver mindset of going out there and doing things for people but listen you can't you can't go through life without thinking that a few raindrops are gonna fall so what to expect..

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05:39 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Really good turnaround story and this is another book that covers family as well. Greg is very faith based As as clayton christianson and so that does shine through a little bit in the books. But if you're not faith-based please don't say this. I don't like this book craig. I'm insulted that you recommend faith-based spoke like just pass it and get on with it. Okay this really really fantastic stuff. And if you're faith-based great i mean your love this book even more greg does a lot of personal review on himself. He actually talks about how age forty five or forty six. After he'd had this success a continental he really felt empty inside. Which is you know. he's got tons of money. He had a great family and yet he felt empty inside and and then he started taking his approach to business into his personal and faith-based life so that is an excellent book a highly recommended and lon clients have been really enjoying it. And there's very practical takeaway exercises to doing it. Then they're scaling up two point. Oh by my friend and mentor verne. Harnish verne harnish actually a quote for the perfect a formula scaling up two point. No is his second most second very popular book. He also wrote the secrets of the rockefeller habits. Which we're actually in this program called scaling up Five thousand course that verne's company puts out and it's been very helpful for the four areas people strategy cash execution and. We're getting our business more organized so that we can scale faster scaling up. two point. zero is the name of the book. It's a fantastic book name You know exactly what it does. But vern admits for basically like fifteen years from nineteen ninety eight to two thousand thirteen or fifteen or whatever he wrote scaling up he hit a poorly named business. He called it gazelles because He had his company gazelles and his book was the secrets of the rockefeller habits which had a lot of great exercises one page plan one. Page strategic plan in the daily huddles and all the meetings etc and we learn. Mike company learned a lot. 'cause we went to a gazelles meeting in two thousand and thirteen and we really skilled our business up next year with one of my fitness offers but like gazelles and the secrets of the rockefeller habits like those do not convey what scaling up two point. Oh does is a title so sometimes titles are very very important and so verna Wrote another book. There's a lot of great exercises in the book. Verne was the guy who also recommended. Great brennan's book. And so because greg brennaman uses a lot of the scaling-up methods and so a highly recommend that so those are the business heavy books now. I want to switch over to this next to the next two books are like intermediate books there. Little bit business. And they're a little bit personal development. The first one is a classic and i actually read this out loud to my wife. Michelle because you really gotta read this book. And i was like you know what i should read this book. And it's a fun book. It's parable fable business. Fable kind of like patrick. Muncie onis books. And so i read this book out loud to michelle while we were on the farm. After we came back from america we were at visiting my family in ontario near toronto. As like hey you know what will. We were quarantined. And so it's like you know. Well read this book because we have a little extra time to ourselves and the go giver is written by my friend bob berg and he has co-authored believe it's john man and they sold a lot of these books you know. There's probably close to a million of these books sold and they have other like the go giver for sales people and stuff like that and i believe bob did a lot of talks in front of network marketers and stuff. So it's very popular in that industry. But i probably bought two hundred copies of the go giver for mastermind clients over the years. Because it's it's such a simple book about you know. Stop doing things for yourself and being selfish and then go out and go give her a person who makes connections and all that sort of stuff. Something that i did okay at naturally but you know reading the go giver made me realize oh i got to do a lot more of this And that was gosh. Two thousand eight or nine. I think my friend. Carrie wilkerson introduced me to the go giver. And it's worth reading again. If you haven't read in ten years five years read it again. If you've never read it go read it because it gets you thinking differently about how you're approaching business life and it's really easy to read and probably take you a couple of hours. It's story so you know you like little story. You're gonna love it. Next book is winning by tim. Grover tim grover. Tim grover wrote a book that changed my life. A couple years ago is called relentless and tim. Grover was personal trainer to michael jordan and the stories in relentless are all about how michael jordan was a relentless and insane competitor. And during the time. When i was reading relentless from tim i was going transitioning my business from the fitness world. Too you know the freedom world. I guess you'd say helping people get more done. Make more money have more time in their businesses. The become better organized all that sort of stuff and it was a tough transition. You know we lost a lot of revenue by stopping. The fitness stuff and transitioning to a new business is always tough. And there were days where i was kind of frustrated and i read three pages of relentless i would be ready to run through a wall and over time reading. Read that book three times. So i actually recommend reading relentless three times.

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Just social on social media. I can probably describe it as much as it's it's easier to see. Daisy has a matching outfits to my dress. The dog will this. This could go all horribly wrong. Visiting the dog will be bringing the rings. She is like the ring slash flower girl. Okay rainbird flower girl. So we'll see how. It goes traditional the traditional tuesday afternoon. You know. just the is when we're getting married because everything else was booked and it's going to be law where people work so tired. So hard twenty-one yester- a retired dover normal jobs genes so then what then hopes and dreams for the future. Yeah do people tease future. Podcast episodes as sour pregnant. Also major news So baby ballantyne arise march twenty twenty two loss purveyor possibly ramones bertha. Esl are are due. Date was march tenth but could possibly be march eighth which was myburgh thing to be. Pretty amazing specially if it's a baby girl because international women's day or jake march. Yeah that's my birthday. So i'm very exciting stuff so probably decorating baby rooms so slow speed and getting some books theory baby all the good stuff so there you go. That's that's our life we wanted to share with you because you couldn't be here today with us or you're watching this in the future. You couldn't have been there on our big day but our goal is to continue traveling world. Continue seeing you in hanging out with you and getting you to understand successful of and to be brave into achieve your goals and not give up. Yeah never never never ever give up. I didn't give up on finding this girl founder and digital pretty darn bright all right. So thank you for being on the early to rise radio podcasts. And michelle and i will talk to you soon redman..

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

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"I don't think there's anything wrong with doing something that you makes. You feel better as long as it doesn't compromise long-term house so so we had an adventure in costa rica. we were able to travel around a little bit. Certainly wanna go back then. We flew from costa rica. Vep miami picked up the dog. The dog camp that She party that for awhile. Stayed a few more weeks in miami and then we had to come home as another example of success love speed so you wanna tell the story about what happened why we had to come home. He ask saliba. Planning on staying in miami until at least july. We had the place until then. And i got the news that my grandpa has a certain type of cancer would only give him three to six months to live and my grandma. Grappa are basically my parents. Like i spent so much time within growing up and He's not indeed. I mean when you're ninety you kind of expect the next stage of life is you're you're in a different place But you just never really think it's going to happen to you or your family kind of weird like that but anyways So being ninety having this thing are like we gotta get outta here. We gotta go home now. Because at that time there was still a two week mandatory quarantine once you are into canada from another country so called a bunch of airlines and there is no direct flights and they wanted to route us one place and then spent three nights in a hotel and with the dog. It was good you way too complicated so we ended up driving. We've got the news. It was sunday. Twelve o'clock i believe and we ended up packing place and driving. You're on the road by six. Pm that night we lost money on airbnb behind booked for months. And all these things but it doesn't matter when something important is thrown in your face and so we were like yeah. We were trying to figure all those things about the travel back to canada. We never been able to get drawn on. Flights of we said well. Let's where all the other options and you know your problem solver. And that's like the most wanted most amazing natural gifts and talents that she's built over time it's like she can solve any problem so we just decided like let's go. Rhino car and drive to canada has much as we could. So we ran into car from miami to detroit and we said that day at six o'clock. Yeah so miami. To orlando day one. I up and then from orlando to kentucky. The next day was beautiful. Yeah it's beautiful tennessee in kentucky rolling feel so peaceful and then one day that was. That was a sunday to orlando. Monday was to kentucky then from kentucky to detroit in the morning on the tuesday and then we had. There was a whole bunch of stuff. We do a drop the car off than we had to get taxied to go across the border. Take a kobe tests at the border. Because one of the other things at that time you were flying back into candidate editor three hotel quarantine unless you drove back if you drove that then you could go directly to your place a corinthian. So that was another reason because we didn't want to be porn team dog in a hotel room. And then so on the other side of the border in windsor across from detroit to windsor we had my driver this Really nice gentleman. Who drives me to the airport. Old time pick us up in windsor and then drive us to my family home. Closer to rome where we spent two weeks and then we had to fly vancouver so we found out and it was like a three week period before. We're actually able to see your grandfather which is like a someone worse things in this day. Usually some other people have hard time seeing relatives or haven't seen your relatives eighteen months but again was like when we when we knew that there was a problem. Success speed. we're able to get back. Meeting enjoyed a lot of time with him. Yeah definitely though so in marsh. I guess does that. I don't know when we decided not to get married this year and then when we added your grandpa was sick really yes. We need to get married this year. Because he's such important part of our family so we are now getting married again in august seventeenth. Hopefully you're watching this on that day and we are doing that and what are you. What are you excited about for the way grandma and grandpa are going to be there. My most coming up from toronto. Yeah i think. It's like the first meeting of both of our families because craig families from the east coast finance from the west coast live on the west coast so just having everyone together. I think we'll be really really amazing. And then you that we chose is beautiful sunny vogue magazine magazine style. It's you'll see. You'll see alligators after. But what you see her dress. My guess. I didn't go traditional. I never resonated with a white wedding dress. So it's Tell detail just social on social media. I can probably describe it as much as it's it's easier to see. Daisy has a matching.

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Where you hang your hat in. You have an apartment building not just a single family home or duplex like when you start to get into bigger buildings. That's when those things are real true assets. The weather pretty much any storm. They're always be the highest asset class. You know when when it comes to lending or mortgaging the world goes to a handbasket. He somewhere bright. What your parameters for. We're real estate gusty deals. Whether it's these are my parameters single host or duplex four flags. Are there any kind of corey. Rigid rules that you fall for sure will start small. Then we'll go bigger the when it comes to single family homes. It is getting harder and harder to make those work in as far as you know. Cashflow rights of cash flow is. What's left over after all expenses paid every single month In a with a lot of people are pivoting to now that it's obviously more popular in what i'm staying in once. You've stated Airbnb so you could get a really good single-family home run the numbers. Will it make sense on airbnb. Spend the money on furniture and that's one of the only places that can still work at least up in canada like you know home. The average home cost him a homing candidates much higher than it is the united states. So that's why. I'm not really super active. Buying single family homes. If i still have single family homes in my portfolio. We're gonna see if does a check the box that would make a good furnish rental as in good neighborhood you know. Would someone want to stay there for one. Two three months if we get a long-term booking When it comes to duplex duplexes are usually more. Even mortgage helpers these days so people would get into a duplex if they can't quite afford a regular home on their own at least as a duplex. that's going to be mortgage helper and if it's done really well to get a great purchase price integrate location that mortgage albert all sudden turn into maybe a break even point. Maybe a little bit of cash flow when he gets into buildings you know. Usually it's four. Units and under his residential considered residential above for unisys considered commercial. So when you start getting into the bigger buildings crack that's when they don't just look at e coms like you know what did the other duplex single family homes sell for. Well that's what we're going to base your appraisal on you get into bigger buildings more like okay. Well let's look at this as a business and how much you know. Income does generate every single month. And how lower the expenses. And that's what you can really tighten up things and that's how you increase the value of the property so using bigger buildings. We're looking for something that we can get. That left right. So is it a little bit under rented right now is a little bit of some investors call. It does building have a little bit of hair on you know that we can shave off in and make make a better proposition to the bank. So when you increase the rents and you decrease the expenses every single month that property becomes more and more valuable and that's what we're typically looking for. We're looking for properties where we can actually get that left. Turn it around in six to twelve months and then pull out our initial investment so that we're We're always recycling our money and we don't have that risk or that exposure where it's like. Oh man we have hundreds of thousands of dollars into every single property you know we actually want to make sure exposure is the smallest possible so we can either buy more properties or use that money for things that we want is for when it comes to real estate investing. Who's your best friend. Like what connections are really valuable for people to have. Even if they don't have now like who should they try and go get her friend friendly with i love that question so you know it's very important to have really good lending contacts really lending contracts. You know there's going to be like your white collar circle of like lenders lawyers Realtors that You know i i. I like working with realtors. Some people are like. I can do all this stuff myself. And yes there are things you can do as a real estate investor on your own however you know a realtor that is really good. What they do is always worth their missions that they are. So that's gonna be your white circle team specifically the lenders know innocent environment where it's like last year. I mean this guy was falling and everyone was like okay. I got i got equity in my house. I go pull it out. So what ended up happening was all the lending pools in all the lending circles and getting Overloaded bogged down the price of lumber. You know so now. It's like landers. Were the rock stars of the industry and you know making sure you had really good connections with not just one lender but what is any sports team have right. They have a really deep bench..

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06:01 min | 1 year ago

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"So right now. I'm forty four. Both forty five and then my my kids are nine seven soon before soon to be too so everybody sleeping through the night which is great because it can get kind of messy when your kids are young and you're just lucky to get up and get sleep but you know you you just learn to get by on last. I mean you know. You don't need to have a town or sleep every single night. I think actually people need a sleep ten hours a night. There's usually some kind of health issue volume totally. Who sleeps ten ninth. I i don't know man. But you know i can get by on. I guess with my all my data. That i track my watch. It's like six and a half to two almost seven hours tonight. That's that's what i need. So what do you think you What do your kids think that you know you're in your office. You're you're making videos. Sometimes syrian computer. Would they think that the dance while you know. It's always interesting when your kids are like daddy. We we take your name and a youtube and stuff came up like you're on people's youtube videos you'll be on this one. Here's another plaid's right. That's right so they know the daddy. Mommy and daddy on a lot of apartment buildings and It's just interesting. I mean they don't really do a great job in school at all teaching kids or really adults about money in general anyways so we're really just trying to teach them like daddy runs businesses that help serve other people and They know that we read lots of things because we have regular apartments furnished apartments like we have thirteen furnished apartments. And i remember one time. There was like some furniture in the garage of that. We a staging whatever. And they're like that's a really big mere. you're gonna rent that mirror and You know just exposing them to a young age that there's there is jobs and opportunities outside of your regular j. o. b. type things or you know. Go get a job. Everybody's in canada. It's like if you've got a government. Job i mean that's the that's the pinnacle everything until you realize it doesn't go. I mean i look at my wife's paycheck and it's she works. she's a teacher. And i just see all the deductions off. They're like we just by a four plex or plex in cash. That's really battlefield. Their retirement just as much as you know your your pension wall so but she really loves her job. I mean who wouldn't want a healthy person where you can just let me walk six hundred meters work and way running shoes to work and it's six hours a day still gonna make things work so that's positive so we'll go back to and actually let me ask you one word bush. What your kids. Of the oldest. Which one is the is. The business entrepreneur is one it stands out like my oldest is more academics so he gets the numbers and you know he didn't understand a little bit more than even my seven year old. I think he understood the understands like the lingo the hard cash and like what you know maybe the lifestyle he's chillan ryan like it's like he's were welcomed by cars he's like that's unhealthy isn't it didn't audi r eight i'm like how do you know these different things right. I think it's just your video games or whatever. But i think he's he's got the more connection of what business can do to you as far as the enjoyment aspect of it and but he like my worker. Bee is going to be getting dirty job sites and whatever and my other so we always joke that my oldest son is going to be the one. That's managing the bucks. Maybe you in the deals and putting things together zal more social than my other son will help to build it and take care of it and then you know the third the third and fourth were not sure yet but it'd be involved. It's funny okay. So let's go back to something very important that he said nobody's really taught how to take care of their money in school so when it comes to real estate messing 'cause we can make a laundry list of things that people do wrong with their money but when it comes to real estate investing where do people go wrong aside from taking too long yet the game. Yeah i mean feeling like they need to have all their own money and that was even my mindset in the beginning was that i had to have all my own money. It was all me to go get that big down payment for some of that was new to buying a property back in two thousand and five added come up with one hundred seven thousand dollars to close on that property so that was a big not to cover for sure and just that you need to need all your own money you don't. There's so much money in the world. Look how much money's been printed this year. i think i heard a stat. That forty percent of all money was never even here a year ago. Just new money floating around in the system. So there's a lot of money out there. If you know how to attract it your way you know you can you can do a short term mortgage or a second Pay that down bima back so you know right now. It's kind of cool. I coach people in their early twenty s to go close on real estate and they don't have all the cash to close on it but they have a really good deal so when you have a really good deal. It's not like the money will magnetically. Just come flying at you but the chances of attracting that money into your network if you can present it. Properly in an an tasteful way to other people the opportunity for them invest in It's you know it's not for everybody. Always going to be the flame and not the not the moth right. You wanna be having things coming your way. So i guess that's probably the biggest thing is just you don't need all the money to actually have a property of your own and maybe on the flip side is that sometimes. Homeownership is overrated. You know you're paying a lot in taxes a lot in maintenance now look you know. We're we're in a nice neighborhood. We add one that most premium lots big so we can have a swimming pool and all that sort of stuff. I'm like an. we're kissing way. Eight or nine hundred bucks a month just in property tax rates. So you know. There's also something to be said that you know if you're not trainer so one smart thing that you you know young people are gonna be doing with. Their money is to start a business because then when you have a two bedroom apartment you know or a high end condo. You can be writing off a good portion of that against your taxes. So you know. There's there's pros and cons. I've seen people do very well either. Way you won't be building up an asset for yourself and really your home isn't your asset. Anyways on your home is.

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05:34 min | 1 year ago

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"The prices whatever. Three hundred fifty thousand and went to four hundred thousand than one day. What am i staff. Message me think is a for text messaging right around the time. The text messaging phones with their like. There's a for sale. Sign off on the law in place that you're renting and i thought you had to deal with the honor that you're going to be able to buy the six blocks so we eventually ended up figuring that out. I know buying first property is actually six unit apartment building and then from there. You know once you do something harder. The beginning is like running a marathon. Is your first running race than if you wanna do. A five day or ten k. It's much easier. Yeah yeah from there. I've just been picking up really good quality buildings in the past three years. I've started to do bigger deals like we're doing apartment buildings and conversions. We bought a big big old shirts that we're going to be. You know cutting up into twenty nine units developing raw land. All those different things to do so. It's getting exciting right. You know you obviously should start smaller but it you know the difference between doing a big deal on a small deal. It's just mindset. It's not you know it's not drastically drastically. Just make up heads on my gosh. It's so much bigger and it's gonna be much harder but it's really not. How did you come up with money for the six months a Figured a way. I mean i Up here in canada we can do a portion of our our t. of Not of visas first. Time homebuyers and then Because back then he needed like twenty five percent down payment. If you didn't want any of these extra government fees and whatnot. So i actually got an advance on my commissions. That euros able to negotiate in advance on the commissions. You know two three months early so that actually had a big windfall like go invest in it so just ended up piecing together a little bit of a credit on closing from the owner. So you know when there's when there's a big enough y he'll figure i had to If you love. I love is pure so much negotiation in in that dealer defined. There's a lot of negotiation. Is that something that he spent a lot of time on new business while i think when you're a real estate investor you need to. It's interesting because i'm actually gonna be starting podcast myself in Banana toying with his action taker dealmaker and you know you either. Got to get really good at negotiating the deal and we're not talking about like hammering people down like a mexican market where you're trying to negotiate the price of the do data thing. I mean it's actually about how creative you can be figuring a way that works for you and the seller and sometimes even the realtors get creative as well and make the deal work to You know price is not always the most important piece of the puzzle right. It is important but it's not always number one and that's something. I really wanna to drill into the heads of the people that i work with to that you know. Don't be pulling so hard on the price lever like you know keep the price the same and then figure it away to work all the other leaders on a deal whether it's you know the term or some of the conditions or maybe it's empty units if you have some tennis being really low rent. There's all kinds of other legal pull on. That might not be very important to the buyer nodes as share. I'll give you that it's kind of like you're negotiating cards right you only have so many participle or to play and if you try to really just pull on not price card you might not always have the best luck what you're looking for is what are your most creative deals where you know. Aside from the six was probably one of them was another one that makes frigates story. I guess one of my recent feels that we just closed on another apartment building and this is the he could go bid. So i remember. It's like when all this stuff was hitting. You know we're both canadian. I was up. I was actually travelling down to the states. So i was down in south carolina. Were really sick people. Even though i don't lift a lot anymore. I do it more for fun. Still the summertime is when we are biking and running so we go down south carolina actually to go bike up mountains. That's our version of fun and bring all the kids down there too so This deal came across my plate. Where littering negotiate the bianco venom in. We both weren't really sure where the market was going so We were trying to stretch out the conditioner. Jared and the negotiation period industries. He stuff was happening. I mean somebody passed away in one of the units and we want to make sure we're doing the right thing there and making sure that the family had time to take care of their sons possessions and whatnot and being careful mindful as possible that situation. So what we ended up doing was in the cellar wine this anyways. They wanted to really long closing because for anybody that knows real estate terms here. They were actually had a huge hard money. Loan on the apartment building so they didn't have your typical They had a mortgage but they also top that mortgage up with like not really loan shark but we call it hard money. So it's it's a more expensive loan. They prepaid for that insurance that interest for the entire year so they're like blessed you a. Let's do a closing date. Twelve months from now in intern for doing that. I was able to manage the property stabilize it. Increase the ran's. I could put as much money as i want to on the property before i owned it. And you know they wanted to really large deposit so they got what they were looking for. Which was a large deposit. I got the ability to extend the closing later and really improve that building to the point. Where when we closed on it. It had gone up in value by two hundred thousand dollars. And you know. Fear lender is giving you eighty percent loan to value essentially. We didn't have to put anything into that deal because the appraisal came out at a at a million we bought a hundred thousand eighty percent loan value. We decided to come up with some illegals closing costs. So that was a creative deal. I wouldn't recommend doing that as your first deal. I've been doing this for fifteen years. So this is something that we were handling the problem. That's amazing now. You mentioned you know that you do lots of your family and your kids.

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03:51 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"It's daily disciplined check in next is naked discipline. What the heck is naked discipline while it's where you get naked and not literally naked but You get naked about your goals and you get public accountability so we call it naked discipline because you are exposing your goals in your shortcomings to people publicly and asking them to hold you accountable to doing the right things. So for example years ago i decided to quit swearing and i told my email list of one hundred and fifty thousand people that i no longer swore and today people continue to apologize for swearing in front of me and it's not because i actually don't like swearing. I didn't quit swearing. 'cause you know i have. I don't like anybody who swears it just. I thought it'd be a good challenge to not swear. And i understand the power When you're on stage at these business seminars and someone drops a well-timed f-bomb it's kind of funny but what about if you can be just as funny without swearing and now as a challenge to me. So that's why. I decided to tell my audience. I got naked discipline. By saying i do not cursor. Swear in if you see me cursing or swearing and say man. That man is a hypocrite. I can't believe anything he says. Putting my my reputation on the line so think about what you want to improve on. Go to your public accountability. Whether it's your facebook group your email list or just a bunch of friends that you play golf with or that you're in a business group with and just say this is the way i am now know. This is my operating system daily discipline operating system that we talked about in the last episode. And i want you to hold me accountable to it if you see me acting out of out of line. Put me back in line all right because i need you so you get the naked discipline which then moves into number sixteen which is the power of positive people and in the power of positive people. You need to hang around people to make you play up level in life. If you wanna be wealthier you got to hang around wealthy people. If you wanna be fit you gotta hang around fitter people if you want to be the strongest you know if you want to bench. Press five hundred pounds and you're only hanging around people. The bench press twenty twenty-five you never gonna hit five hundred pounds on your own. You got to hang around people that make you play up level in life if you want to be. The type of person doesn't curse and swear who turns their phone off with their family who says hello to people as they enter the elevator. That's me that's what i wanna be. I wanna be that polite and courteous british jomon. It's like how i describe it. That's my end goal. Well i need to be around people who support me on that so make sure you spend more time with people who make you play up level in life. If you don't have those people you need to get coaching groups or you need to find those people they are out there. Obviously there's people out there who are aiming to achieve high standards otherwise it'd be no olympics right. You just have. People run in the ten k in the olympics. An hour pace. No one watched. I know we want see. People performed the highest level. So obviously you know one of the biggest. You know weasel moves. I forget from people's like oh there's no good people at their allies to allies. How is there the olympics. I was professional sports. How is their people making millions and millions of dollars if there's nobody good of their it's not true. There's lots of positive people out there and you have to hang around him so make sure you get to one of my events in the future. Make sure that my coaching group and my virtual mastermind groups where you can meet positive people in connect with them and finally you need a discipline coach right. What got you here won't get you there. What got you here to wherever you are right now. On the level of discipline you have will not get you to the next level of discipline and success. If you were able to get to the next level of discipline and success on your own you would be there but what got you here won't get you there and so you need the positive people in your life..

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Early to Rise Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

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"A swing and it catches you and there's this feeling right here of amazing freedom where it's it's a smooth transition and you're like oh my gosh. I just did something absolutely amazing and unsafe again. Even though you're still like two hundred feet above the water and you're just like going back and forth and back and forth and then this guy has to take this little. He writes his little thing down to come. And get you any holes. You all the way back up. That's his job. All day long is to go down. Yeah it's frigging scary and so it just was freeing sensation. In the spring sensation was both literal and figurative in like get free are safe but emotionally. I felt different than i remember. That moment. i can still feel that moment of freedom from fear and again. Not just the fear of heights. I'm not a huge fan. I'm a little scared of heights. And so there was conquering of that fear but it was more the fear of rejection in life. Fear of overcoming things that had held me back and it was one thing not the only thing but it was one of the things that allowed me to move forward on so many of the things that had helped me back up until that point that leads me into my next question which is one or some other good things have come from doing this from jumping off into this bungee swings insulation in south africa. Well it was actually zimbabwe to be correct. Yeah so so. There was and for a long time. I was afraid of asking for help. I was afraid of rejection whether it's sales calls or whether relationships and i realized okay you did that and thing that actually got me to jump was realizing that so many other people had done it before like i wasn't the first person to jump off and so if all these other people had jumped off and it was safe and they did it therefore if i jump off it will work for me too and so i started to realize everybody goes through life and does sales calls or as somebody on a date or whatever it is they're still alive and sometimes it works so i started asking for more help in my business at relationships and allowed me to overcome that. Which because i did that. Because i asked a mutual friend of ours for an introduction to amazing women that we finally met and here we are today not just boyfriend and girlfriend like we were months ago when we're filming videos but actually fiance and getting married soon and it was. It was like you know people say you're taking the plunge. I literally took the plunge and it paid off and it paid off in so many areas alive. So you would say just because you did that one thing that changed everything for you. So what would you say to somebody who maybe doesn't have the opportunity right now to go when to south africa and do this big thing. What's something that they can. Do you know if they've been thinking about conquering your fears. Let something that they can do right now with. So many people have fear of speaking of public and one thing that you could do is simply for the next thirty days to a one minute video with your phone. Hold.

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Early to Rise Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"At free perfect day. Book dot com. Now let's get started with today's show. Well you have a different hosts today. My name is michelle. This lovely men fiance cry ballantyne. Welcome to the michelle show but goodness what are we talking about today. Wouldn't you like to know today. We are talking about fear and what it really means to conquer your fear so recently you were on a podcast on bradley's podcasts. And he was poking a little bit of fun. Why don't you tell everyone about that. Oh my gosh. so most people. If they listened to that podcast he would have thought brad was like calling me names and saying oh were just trying to show off and try to impress other people when you jumped off that cliff and he was saying. I'm not so dumb. I'm going to go and jump off a perfectly good cliff so we were arguing about how some people go and do things like skydiving in in bungee jumping just to impress other people or because other people like challenging them and i said no. It wasn't for that reason. It was for my own personal growth to overcome fear and he finally saw my way when i explained it to him like that. Well you jumped off a cliff. Noah awfully through that. Where did he do. What's going through your mind. And how did that. Actually make you conquer a fear of okay. So i was in south africa with my friend. Joel marion and we were on safari. And then there's this place. Called victoria falls in zimbabwe and so we made a little extra trip up there and as we were going up there goes. Oh by the way. We're going to jump off the cliff up there. They have this thing where you just jump it off in that you swing across the water and no. I'm not. i'm not doing that. And so then. I watched all these guys do it and i realized that i was just holding back and so the next day we went back and i jumped off this cliff. And it's at victoria falls. Like one of the seven wonders of the world. And it's two hundred seventy five feet straight down. Yeah and when you're falling down. I actually ran out of scream. The first time. I i jumped off on a yelled turbulence. Like old turbulent training for anybody who's watching it's been around for a long time i had my program turbulent stranding and jumped off and i said that and as i was screaming on the way down i ran out of air hadn't take another deep breath go because it was such a long fault and people will use this term a lot that something changed their life but it actually did change. My life is a cliche but that moment changed my life. Because i realized if i could do that if i could do that and i could overcome a lot of the little fears. That helped me back for more important things in life scary. It was pretty darn amazing when so what happens is as you jump off. It's not a bunch of where you go right back instead. It's a swing and it catches you and there's this feeling right here of amazing freedom where it's it's a smooth transition and you're like oh my gosh. I just did something absolutely amazing and unsafe again. Even though you're still like two hundred feet above the water and you're just like going back and forth and back and forth and then this guy has to take this little..

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Early to Rise Radio

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Radio and this is going to be one that you're gonna wanna listen to again and again because it's probably going to be one of my podcasts. That most makes you the most money in your entire life. Alright let's jump into the show now. My mom is out today you know. I'm visiting her in canada. And i just watched her do a whole bunch of stuff michelle my fiance and i are visiting her after returning from america and then going back to vancouver where we're getting ready for a wedding that my mom's coming to in all week long my my michelle and i watched my mom cell barbecue tickets okay. So my mom's involved in the agricultural society here in her our little farm town that i grew up in and she's been selling tickets left right and center. She sells ten times more tickets than every other person in the agricultural community. There they have a little society. You know that that operates and raises money for the strafford fall fair every year and my mom is out south delivering the tickets that she sold in fact. She's picking up more tickets to sell the more people and she is just absolutely amazing at sales. Which is the number one high income skill. now i'm going to teach you the four high income skills. And i didn't know my mom had this high income skill but before we get to the high income skills. I need to talk to you about what's not a high income skill because a of people are out there with good skills and trying to make a living high income with these skills but these skills will only get you so far in life for example motivation if you can motivate people that's good skill but that's not really a high income skill because people can go and get motivation on youtube for free now disciplined. This is a skill that i have but it is not a high income skill so it is a skill that has gotten very far in life and it will help you become fit and it can help you become financially secure but really give you that financial independence. No discipline is not it. Unless you had the discipline intelligence become the next warren buffett because of your discipline around your investment choices but very few people are wired to take the emotion out and be entirely disciplined investors. So motivation discipline aren't enough. Neither is being resourceful. Now we'll say that. My mother is absolutely resourceful. Incredibly resourceful she can turn an old rag into a shirt as i had to wear back when we had no money when i was in grade school and she can turn garden into a kitchen full of food for the entire winner. She's a very resourceful woman. But obviously as i mentioned before she never made more than twenty eight thousand dollars a year with her career so therefore resourcefulness is not a high income skill. It's absolutely important when you are a beginner entrepreneur. You have to be resourceful when you don't have resources as my friend bedrose cooley. Says you have to be resourceful. But that's not enough. Another thing is having great customer service. Being a nice person being generous. Those are not high income skills they will get you pretty far in life but they will not get you to financial independence and then finally and this one hurts a lot of people right in the heart technical discipline like being good at plumbing being good at delivering personal training being a good writer being good at coaching people. Being good at flying an airplane those things will give you an income but those things will not give you a high income. I know a lot of amazing personal trainers they can take your broken shoulder and they can get you in shape and fix your shoulder and help you lose body fat and get stronger and gained muscle at the same time but they are broke their broke because they spend all their time working on their technical skills and they think oh well someone will just hire me because i'm a good trainer. Fortunately that's not the case the world doesn't work the way it necessarily should work. You know if it's being fair. I guess you would say there really isn't a whole lot fairness in life and anybody who expects fairness be forced upon the world has got another thing coming to so motivation discipline resourcefulness. Customer service. technical discipline are not enough to give you the financial independence. So what will well. I want to introduce you to my nineteen year old protege while he was nineteen years old when i met him goes by the name of jason capital. Not his real name. That's his pen. Name on the internet and blah blah blah and jason capital was broke at nineteen when i met him at a yanik silver underground marketing event in two thousand and nine great kid. I saw the potential in my pulled him aside. I said hey you got a basketball training program. You making a little bit of money but if all you do is learn email copywriting and then you go to a bunch of other people who have basketball related websites and you say hey. Send these emails promote my product. You'll make some more money and sure enough within a month. He made twenty thousand dollars. Twenty thousand dollars. He used two of the four high income skills to get there then he went on. He wrote a book called high status. He made a lot of videos in the dating world which You know some people when they say. Oh your friends jason capital. He's a bad guy. He made dating videos. Oh okay listen I don't know if they're bad videos ever watched them. They need help and so anyways he learned to become a great speaker and he teaches that in high status now he talks about the three high income skills. But i think there's one high-income skill that's missing because it allowed him to go from a million dollar a year business to ten million dollar. Your business in that. Fourth high income skill is leadership. Think about this actually right now. I'm reading a great book. Right away in all at once by greg brennaman. Greg brennaman turned around continental airlines back in the day. He turned around burger king. He turned around a generator company. It's a fascinating book. It's actually a really fantastic book. But greg was not a salesperson. He was not copywriter and he wasn't a public speaker but he was a leader. A leader of those companies so. Ceo's get rich not being entrepreneurs but being leaders of companies so jason is now making a whole lot more money because he mastered the three high income skills of sales copywriting and speaking then taught it to his students then hired some students and lead them to greatness so that they make a lot of money and they make him a lot of money in so those four high income skills. Are the game. Changers that you want in life so let's dive into the four high income skills. The first is selling sailing and this is where. My mom is absolutely hilarious. She she builds a list and she says that if you get on her list. You're on that list till you die. And so she's able to go back and make offers to more people selling and she makes a great value proposition and she never gives up so learning. The high income skill of selling is the first step in growing your business and building that financial independence absolutely impressed by her sale skills. Now the next thing that you need to learn is copywriting. Copywriting is essentially salesmanship in print. Now salesmanship in print is putting.

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Early to Rise Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

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Early to Rise Radio

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"early" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Through books or formal curriculum but they just kind of learned through life experiences like you know their math curriculum. Last year was building a three out in the woods and learning angles and geometry and cutting skills and things like that as well and you know their their chemistry is that they have a cooking podcast right and so all sorts of molecular gastronomy and combining assault miss sugar and acid and he and you know making souffles or Or something sometimes there. Are you know whatever making miniature volcanoes out in the front yard high. I allow them has not allow the nabet. Encourage them to have a lot of creative. Free play where they just they. Just go out and find the things you're passionate about. And i tried to support them with books or games or activities trips that help support that anytime. We go on trips a family. We don't just leave to go on the trip. We we learn the language. We learned to cook the meals. We we learn the the cultural mannerisms. We study up on the archaeology or the architecture in the area going to and so you know we like to travel schooling but really really big on on education being based around this combination of creative free play and then just experiential learning. So that's what we do with them and they're they're not little ons yet. They're not prison. I think they're turning into into fine young men this far but you know you know how it is apparent in many cases. You're you are learning as you go one step ahead of your have your kids and and hoping they don't know that that's amazing man. If you invaders will get along with that. Cossiga took his. He took his son to utah and they did a he had a bunch of men air and they all share their life experiences with his son and when he turned thirteen. A couple years ago You know he. He wanna have stimulant similar not similar to yours sons right passage where there is wisdom. Passed down from the elders sort of thing. I think that he's gonna love when i share this with them. Now i'm just gonna switch gears a little bit You know you have between Twin sons you have you know. You're you're busy. Got your cooking to all the books and stuff now at early to rise which is a business i run. We are big fans morning routines. Walk us three years. Oh yeah. I mean. I'm i'm a. I'm a big fan morning routines as well and an evening routine. Stop but Yeah so my my morning routine Typically i i wake up around four thirty or five and Don't wait to an alarm clock. i'll just kind of naturally wake and he's like bad and from a from a health standpoint i. We've a lot of principles of arabic medicine into my own personal self care routine mail. Do things like a tongue scraping and coconut oil polling and gargling with essential oils. You know garlic or peppermint or oregano And and really like some of the principles in terms of that that morning routine. And then y'all do all that and come out of the bathroom go downstairs and usually put on a little bit of hot water for some coffee or not and i rotate. Sometimes i'll do like mushroom tea. Sometimes they'll do thought the sometimes. I'll do tulsi tea or green tea. I am a little bit kind of wu on that a little bit too. It's like a wake up in the morning and kind of go into the pantry and just take a deep breath in survey the different coffees and teas and mushroom extracts. What's my body kind of wanting this morning and then Y'all prepare that and typically as the hot water's going or the coffee is skipping the french. Or whatever i do about ten to fifteen minutes of mobility training and that's you know everything from foam rolling to cross balls to dynamic stretching to kind of live that i'm pretty physically actress throughout the day like walking. Am right now with you or stop into swing kettlebells or painful polo bar here. There're so i kinda like treat my morning. Almost like a warm-up for working out in moving the rest of the day plus i figure you know by the time the end of the week rolls around. You know i've i've amassed a good like seventy five ninety minutes of deep tissue work by doing it all you know right right there in the morning with a coffee and stuff is gone. And so you know. I i usually do it. A combination Cleansing and health techniques and kinda oral care techniques and then like some ability and some deep tissue work and then After i've done the the mobility and and the deep tissue and everything. And the coffee's ready i'll Go into my office. And i actually do have some red light panels. I was talking about flip. All those on I use a lot of light therapy in the morning. So i have those on. But then i also typically will wear like glasses that produce blue light or something like sunlight simulator in my office and although in many cases. I'm doing that stretching or foam rolling out a sunshine especially in the spring of the summer. I kinda like harness a whole bunch of different photonic devices in my office to just blast my body with light really get by circadian rhythm going in the morning and usually for those first twenty minutes or so one drinks coffee whatever. I'm just kind of easily myself into the day. I like to read some research articles. I don't jump right in and eat. The frog is the very first thing like jump straight into like the hardest article. I gotta write for the day or the biggest task. Just i find that. I got to turn on the brain a little more slowly just by going through some research and stuff and then i finish up all that finished up the coffee yourself by them and then I right after that. That's when i'll i. I used to like read thirsting. When i woke up like devotional your scripturally or are like some spiritual reading including ch- bible time with stuff like that and i actually found it to be more meaningful for me after identical is other things like wake my brain up so then after i've done like a research and the coffee and everything usually by around you know around six. Am or so. And that's all take a little break and go read the bible and pray and do a little bit of breath work and like a miniature meditation session. Not too long mean. We're talking to four minutes. Closing the is get in touch with the body and at that point then i feel a little more prime for the day. So he then usually. It's about six thirty or so. And then i'll spend about the next hour doing the deep work right like the article. I got really make a dent in for the day or whatever you know whatever kind of seems to be that one thing to take a lot of cognitive willpower or might be harder to do with decision-making fatigue later on in the day. And so i usually wrap that up around seven thirty at a made a pretty good dent. You know whatever that is. 'cause i can get some decent ride and and of course. Our that copy surgeons from my veins charged up and everything and on by then the kids. Why up and that's what we do. Our main main meditation for the morning so gathered family. We all have journals. I actually developed my journal specific. It's called the spiritual disciplines journal and we all sit down and closer eyes begin about six count in six count out. And i use an app called inside timer. That'll chime at various intervals. And so those first two minutes are just getting in touch with the body connection with god connecting with self and then when china goes off the next two minutes continue that breath work is all gratitude so the journal has a prompt to write down. What is your great before we really visualize what is grateful for branch Breathe into our heart center. Really really trying like relay of whatever it is that we are grateful for that morning from the previous evening's and really focus on gratitude for two minutes and then the time goes off again on the timer that i use and then we shift to service where you think of one person he can be ready to pray for help or serve on that day and you spend the next couple of minutes as you're meditating and breathing just planning.

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05:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Many years. I'm kind of like genetically programmed plus in combination with healthy living. Cutting going to live and so for for me it's about the functionality and the mental and physical acuity i i can maintain no matter how many years on alive and and so i think that's important. That's your goal. be more you know. How many people can you love impasse during the years that you do have then you know how. How long are you gonna live. But it's a logical data and you know where we're at right now. Not people are still bowling about. But we're actually asked you know and the and the rate of decline of maximum lifespan. It appears for the most part for the past thirty years. We've kinda topped off somewhere between about one. Hundred twelve and one hundred twenty that hasn't been increasing noticeable even with technologies and medicine hygiene or anything else. And so i m i personally don't see anything Pelling enough to demonstrate that. It's going to be a lot longer than that. Most people live. There are guys like ray kurzweil or appear. Jim nez to say the first person to lift to one. Hundred fifty in modern era is already walking around the face of this planet. And they're basing that high. Suppose based on ludlow's vile hacks talking about like maybe that person is taking a d. and getting stem cell infusions and using hyperbaric chamber and cryotherapy chamber in engaging in things like fasting protocols and all these things that went stacked together may have an impact on you know rate of telomere shortening or inflammation etc. But none of that has yet been proven now and again like until i see long-term human research even if it's up to me logical that shows. Oh hey we're now living on average you know for our supercentenarians to one hundred whatever. Sixteen and a half instead. One hundred fifteen. I really can't say that. I would expect to live any longer than one hundred twenty and that would be like in my wildest dreams at this point based on any of the research. I've seen a same fascinating. What are your kids kids or or just the one son. I got twin sons. Okay yeah are thirteen. And i actually. It's kind of weird for me. Because i used to say my twin boys and i've i've kind of tried to eliminate deaths my vernacular of late because i think that Particularly for young men that we've kind of lost watt indigenous cultures and older hunter gatherer tribes and many non western cultures of pad. Which is almost like that recognized. Ceremonial rite of passage into adolescence. Or even a right of passage later on into adulthood recognize the young man as a contributing member of society who can protect him provide who is walking around wondering. Hey a man yet. What am i not a boy you know you see lot of a lot of of men. Walking around in men's bodies with boys emotions voice psychology. You know doing things like you know knocking up women walking away. Because they don't have the responsibility to protect and provide as a father takes responsibility for for baby that they've helped produced. Yeah which which of course contributes to things like fatherless-ness or abortion You see men. Mickey irresponsible choices whether it be a socially or with the type of impact they decide to have life's been given or the purpose statement themselves because they've never really been been fostered through passage into adulthood women to a certain extent experienced. The women do have like a recognized biological point. At which there they yeah they become their women they start their period recognition. The biologically they become a women and arguably when a woman has her first child right. That's also almost like a right of passage. It's like hey you are. You know you're becoming a matriarch at your roots. You're you're a contributing members. I h research extended a very very deep sense of the word. But man. I think i have less of that. And so i've been really careful the weave that into my own son's upbringing and so like you know last month they you know they. They prepared for like six years wilderness. Survival classes and all sorts of things leading up to last month where they had a. They had a five day right fast as in the wilderness with a backpack. And we'll blanket and nice and you know in the end. It was hard for them. It was dark and it was scary and it was lonely and they weren't with their twin brother in and you know and i had to. I had to kind of cut the cord so speak of as a parent and trust to be okay. But you know they they. They came out of that. We had a very ceremonial like a fire gathering and songs and recognition of their passage into adolescence. And later on this summer. They're doing a kind of a giant party for other family grandparents cousins nephews etcetera where they host a giant dinner. Everybody over the give a speech you know about becoming a man and end and there will be no doubt in my boys. Minds like yeah. This is when i became when i started my transition into adulthood. This is what. I became a man. This is one. I became a contributing member of my parents household. This is what. I learned to protect the island to provide. And so that's something that's been kind of like the theme for me for the past several months in my boys lives and they are on. They're unschooled meaning that we school them.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Read thirty five minutes like this is a good base like mx ligue overhead. This i followed this. I same thing. I forgot to us. You always watch everything speed by one expert on like this is super slow. Speed it out and so. That's dan noticed. Like i can't really quick act on. Listen quickly i eat with so all that stuff combined number really well and one thing i did do is like or i'll take video while by down by just marks. Yeah awesome perfect. Just been amazing and gladly talk really fast because we covered on a saas that i'm gonna make all team watch this because it's super helpful and download sedan. I guess most of the people listen to this speaking english if they wanted to see how you do. What's your what's your instagram. And at what else would you like. People check out so just my name and logo cases growing the bunka just to get in lower case. That's the that's how you find perfect awesome Afford to win. We can see each other again through travel into another event and really appreciate time anytime soon. So there you go. That's how you build a multi million dollar. Business actually has several multi-million dollar businesses and they're growing fast. He reaches almost twenty percent of his country through his facebook ads through his high income skills. And so if you want to grow your business. Like frank yachts which need to learn the high income skills study them. Study faster and apply fast as well. Let me know what you thought of. Today's show drop a comment. Or you know. Send me a message on instagram. At real craig ballantyne or send us an e mail it sported early rise dot com and go over to give us a five star review for the show. We absolutely love it. And if you want to be like frank and work with me go to crtv. Ballantyne dot com forward slash apply. Fill out that application. We'll see if you're a good fit to become nets millionaire. Client like frank talk to you soon..

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04:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Blunt call to action in my instagram stories. Every day which are you know if you use lincoln. Lincoln is very much like instagram. These days with a main feed and stories and you can use the same approach there. Now linked didn't work out very well for us so we're putting all of our focus. We're doing the eighty twenty principle. That richard coke talks about and we're if we found that eighty percent of our results come from just a couple of things we ignore the twenty percent and make that eighty percent stronger so we strengthen our strengths and we kill our weaknesses. Is something that you need to consider in your business as well so instagram is a huge huge strong point for us. And so we spend a lotta time creating instagram content. We then use a lot of videos that i create for instagram videos and we run them as facebook ads to grow our audience and then we film additional facebook ads of about thirty seconds to re target those people who watched the initial videos that send them to a sales page and then on that morning routine page are copywriter has built a great funnel where we are acquiring customers for about forty dollars and we make a out hundred and ten dollars per customer. So that's why we're profitable every single day. And that is one of our sources of growth post pandemic was actually one of our huge sources of growth during the pandemic as well over on the jim side of things. We're using instagram. To grow our business there were also using facebook ads to challenges and people are getting back to the jim you know in most of the united states gyms are open again. Some gyms like the ones. I go to down here in miami. You don't have to wear a mask some other parts of the country. You do have to wear a mask. We have a lot of coaching clients in the gym space and they are getting massive amounts of people returning we had one of our clients. Got him chris. Barth in wisconsin. Eight gym's closed around him. He did not close during the pandemic he stayed open he struggled and now he's having a record month because all those other gyms around him closed he's the only option in town and he's using our facebook ads strategy our email marketing strategy our instagram strategy. He's getting more referrals than ever before he selling back to pass customers get them back in the gym and he's part of business networks including dresses man up project and our w prophets coaching program. He's following all of the points that i want to share with you for you to get involved in on this podcast okay. So there's he doesn't run you two bads but we also run youtube bad so you can get those in there as well now. He doesn't do podcast and he hasn't written a book but he is working on some of those things and he's going to grow his business even more so you can see that if you only have one source of lead generation into your business or you only have one way to deliver the service your products like my gym's the only thing that we were doing in two of our four gems was delivering group training. Denko vid hit. We can no longer deliver that. We were really behind naple. Fortunately we we had to. The other gyms were already doing digital online training and selling supplements so we were quickly able to get the other ones up to speed and do that for them. We went from one is none too to is one pretty quick and then we expanded the marketing sources so my gyms were not using instagram prior to the pandemic and now they are instagram. Marketing is probably the hottest place right now for post pandemic marketing. It just really is where people are still spending the majority of their time. It is the biggest source of organic traffic and sales in eighty percent of businesses. There's some that. Get a lot through lincoln. I have a client that uses are lincoln strategies and he sells business to business labeled clothing so not labeled clothing promotional clothing. So like if you owned a construction company and you wanted to get a hundred t shirts and golf caps with logo on it from nike. He would source the nike clothing..

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02:36 min | 1 year ago

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"A year two years or three years trying to find a buyer and then they'll find out they're not so you can speed it up by doing the same things that build a high value business. I mean the more. I use a real simple scale. The things that you do to make you ready to sell. Are things like having good policies in place having your financial management place. Those things are things that make you ready to sell. And and this is something. I didn't bring up before but it's interesting how this is really important Many owners in fact seventy some percent of owners report feeling regret a year after they sell their business and wishing they hadn't done even if they had a profitable sale and the reason is because they didn't have something to go to they didn't have a personal vision or life or something that they were moving onto. They were just leaving their business and most owners and really hating that regretting it. I would say the first thing you wanna do is make sure you know what you want next whether it's getting into a new business which is very common or whatever you're do what you're doing the grandkids you've got some new adventures or whatever. The thing is that's clear you it's compelling in fills in your life then having the structures in place that makes your business ready to sell. You can make it through diligence and you'll look good. The third is the at being attractive to a buyer. Like what is it that makes a business attract like you've built a strong business and there's just a lot of market in front of you or you've got a machine that kind of just operates on its own or whatever other dynamics that might be in place a lot of that has to do with. These are things that can really impact the multiple. Let's say you have a business. That really likes energizes with another business. Well in can actually multiply their potential revenues profits and so those kinds of things those are called strategic buys where it's not just financially but because of the nature of the business. There's something unique you offer the buyer. That multiplies what they're going to get out of you. And so that becomes a higher negotiation points so the better you've done position yourself in that way the higher the likelihood that you'll have people looking for you and that you'll be able to go through the deal quickly. People screw it up by not being ready. The finances aren't ready. Take five months to produce financial statement. And you know stuff like that and it's It's more common than you think a ivory again. This is super helpful to me on a personal level and a note will be for so many people. Now what we're gonna do..

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