4 Burst results for "Eighty Twenty Hundred Percent"

"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"The process that we follow with our vip cybersecurity blueprint. We're not asking seals to be dumb. Ctl's hell no. I don't want to become right. The therefore reason they feel particular purpose and a much higher level than i ever could. But i am responsible for the culture of the organization therefore i want the twenty percent of actions that are going to allow me to drive eighty percent of the culture. That's going to get most of the results necessary. Same thing with everything else. When i started to cybersecurity i asked myself the question. What's the experience. That's going to push the farthest fastest. When i wanted to become an entrepreneur. The experience right diving the deep end. that's gone. Allow me to get out what. I want to get out to the market fastest about time. Men's move yourself from new york city and our cushy investment banking job into a startup situation in hong kong live in shitty apartments for the first year and a half. because you're trying to build a company whatever it is is that a strip down all the nonsense and drowned the cacophony and just go at it. Focus yeah so one of the realization. That i have around the whole idea of eighty twenty hundred percent agree however or my reflecting my personal journey i rarely find. The twenty. Percents generates eighty percent results. Looking ahead i can look backwards and say oh. Those twenty percents generated eighty percent result. So can you project four knowing not getting into the situation. Identify the twenty percent. That's gone you create eighty percent of results. Yes and no it depends on what problem yourself if you're an astrophysicist trying to figure out a new planetary or solar system and walked in your shoes before your it right new need to figure out your best estimate of twenty percent. That's going to get you in percent off. Furthest of time there are people that have walked in your shoes. So for example. What lessons that. I needed alarm is. How do i build a scalable. Marketing and sales enterprise the does not require countless sales info countless marketers and doesn't require me.

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"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"You know they were doing eighty, twenty hundred percent and we had this huge reaction by lending institutions where they went from being ultra liberal and lending everybody money to like. Now, you got to have an eight, hundred, nine credit score and forty percent down countrywide was basically in the ship cliffs just make it rain. So now you know. FLASH FORWARD TO TWO THOUSAND EIGHT two thousand nine like everybody's trying to learn fha loan officers that never did fha loans before trying to learn. Crazy right so that that I don't remember what it was around two thousand ten. The FHA flip waiver was tied up in this congressional bill like this other funding and it didn't get approved. And I'm sitting with my attorney like dude, like I can't hold all the inventory for ninety one days like what's up And we started talking about how I could still make those deals and sell those deals without have because if you write the contract on day ninety, one in six, forty, five or sixty days to close the loan out. So that's a hundred and thirty days or otherwise I was able to close maybe fifty days. So if you think about that when you're doing two hundred transactions and almost all of them are fixer flip right and ninety five percent are market. People were using fha. So it was literally every be on like I'm going to go from holding it for sixty days to holding it one, hundred, sixty days like this is not go. Your whole time is more than doubling necessarily think about how much cash commitment it takes. Right. If you're doing two hundred deals that means you're done around fifteen to twenty a month, which for me meant, I always had to have about three and a half months worth of mentor. So I had to be carrying seventy five to eighty homes to do twenty before it was literally two thirds of that, and so we started looking at the amount of capital that would be required the interest expense like it it was significant. And we ended up coming up with the Snow Vatian strategy which the terminology vision just basically means replacement right so when I start explaining that the people and Mike you eight BBC, which is probably common. You know commonly understood with most people that would listen. And then you have. Basically Eight A. C., which is just like an assignment agreement. Literally, every wholesaler in the world knows about, but you can't do that with a retail transaction. Right, you can't assign your interest in a contract fha buyer Ruben a conventional mortgage buyer I. I don't know you know that that would be an approvable. Now, lenders item on the hood because it's it's it's there's interruption in the chain of title they don't like that. they can put plenty of fees on the Hud but they won't let us as investors fees, I. So we came up with this nation agreement which. I don't want get too deep off the bat basically what it does is. Extinguishes the contract so I'm buying Steve's house. I have ovation agreement in place in my original agreement says Hey Steve I have no come on just like the assignment language rates as if I if I assigned my interest in this contract it's permissible..

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"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Business consultant at the shooter a group with the people thrive companies thrived podcast. Do you notice that when you're on a treadmill you don't actually get anywhere now. I realize the irony in the situation if you're actually on a treadmill while you're listening to this podcast episode and you're thinking hey ah i'm getting exercise. There's great results. There's great benefits absolutely and that aside using it for exercise is let's talk about how it shows up metaphorically in business and in life what i see is sometimes people we'll just go round and round and round in issue and there's very little forward motion and i'm a big fan of forward forward motion to me that is the the end result the what everybody should be striving for because we can sit here and talk talk about this problem forever but if we don't actually move toward a solution or to a positive result or to something different then all we're doing is just spinning our wheels on that proverbial treadmill going nowhere and i see this with situations issues is that people just can't let go and you'll hear them use the same language and the same phrases over and over what that means is. They're still stuck doc in probably the emotional triggers of that particular situation and who knows how deep zachos could go to something from a previous employer or co worker or even way back in childhood. The problem is there's no forward motion and so what that means is. They're just spinning or like a treadmill. You're taking steps taken steps taken steps but you're not getting anywhere. I do find it somewhat amusing that when you're on a treadmill it will calculate how many steps feet miles. You've walked or ran but haven't gotten anywhere anyway. I'll stop harping on on the treadmill for a moment in the metaphor that we're using with this if you're just spinning around or on that conveyor belt but not making any forward word notion. You've got to go deeper. You've got to get rid of that layer. If you find yourself saying the same things over and over using using the same arguments using the same language and the same phrasing it probably means you're stuck on a treadmill and the best way way to get through that is to process it processing is movement. It is is a series of steps. Sometimes steps can look really small baby steps micro steps and we say hey as long as they're some forward motion. You're making progress so what that might look like. I is acknowledging. You know i keep having these same emotions. He seems the same feelings. Keep being angry. I keep being resentful. I keep feeling fear usually always negative things that keep us in that circular spinning or treadmill motion it. It's recognizing that and trying to get to the root cause then so so what is this about sometimes that's important for deeper processing deeper issues. That's very important if the trauma or the negative give emotions negative situation isn't too deep. Sometimes you can just go okay. I'm obviously having an issue here. Let's get past it that let's get past. It can take a longer another in other respects. We had some clients who were having an an a personal issue and so we came in to try to coach and mediate them through that and so the one expressed to the other this is my issue and it was something that happened in the past. Let's say six months ago and and the woman meredith it art she'd already done it had already made it happen. There's nothing she could go back in time change that the other woman diane couldn't get past what mayor dawn and meredith said i understand. I apologize. I shouldn't have done it which to me. That's a great thing it's we don't often hear apologies angie's or if they're given sometimes it's out of spite or resentment. <unk> doesn't really end up being a real apology but that was not good enough for diane. She couldn't get over it. I had to ask her. Can you move forward that whole forward motion peace and she said i don't think i can well that was pretty clear for us as consultants than this interpersonal personal issue is going to remain in issue and diana ended up leaving the position because she could not get past i that she wasn't willing to and fair enough. That was her choice right. She chose to not want to move past it. Meredith was willing to work through it it. That was a place where there is absolute stuck nece. It wasn't going anywhere and diane wasn't willing to make the effort to make it go somewhere hopefully in her new position in in new environment in a new organization she's happier. I suspect that that inability and i'll call it an inability because she truly truly seemed unable and unwilling to work on the core issue is not going to serve her well vulnerability and strength to be able to look at places where air maybe we have some responsibility in the man in the matter and maybe also looking at we have responsibility to solve the problem to fix the situation in the book conscious living it also i think in his book conscious loving gay hendricks talks about how each person in the relationship has one hundred percent responsibility to fix the situation not fifty fifty not eighty twenty hundred percent and how would different situations look and play out if each party whether we're talking individuals or departments had dat view we take one hundred percent responsibility for fixing this and going right in and trying to fix it forward motion otherwise if you're just repeating the same thing over and over doing the same things that you've always done. You're going to get the same results and you're not going to get anywhere difference so i invite invite you to look at where you think or where your department your team. Your organization feels like it's it's doing something on that treadmill taken steps but they're not actually getting anywhere and there may need to be some time and effort devoted to what's going on here. Another book. I'll reference is is traction by gina whitman and he's the founder of the e. s. entrepreneurial operating system and he talks about in his framework for running effective meetings. I e s and it's where there's issues and ideas stands for identify by discuss solve and the concept. Is you identify it. You discuss it and you saw that right here. Now now weekly strategy meetings whatever issues are there and maybe going deal with one at time 'cause have only so long for a weekly meeting. Maybe an hour or so so so you can't handle twenty issues but maybe you can handle one but it means not. Let's let's get it handled. There needs to be progress if the same mm-hmm issue keeps showing up on the agenda week after week after week that means you're on a treadmill. You're not making any progress. You're not going anywhere. Identify discuss and then solve with that looks like is figuring out what what does solving thing. It look like what probably looks like the absence of the problem so you have to be clear on. That's why identifies the first part what is the problem and then discuss it. What are the solutions. What can we do. What are the real action. Items were the real concrete steps at actually move somewhere that we need to take then there's movement sorta summarize i talked about how you can notice if there is one of the circular or treadmill issues it usually because it's the same wording the same same justifications the same excuses the same feelings that just keep popping up over and over and over and there's very little change or a difference and that the next step is to acknowledge that and perhaps delve into what the core those issues shoes are why why does this exist and then third even having a framework in your organization to deal with that identify defy discuss solve if as you're listening to this episode and there are a couple of issues that are cropping up in your head thinking aw you know what i i think the treadmill issue and you need. Some suggestions are help help in solving it. Please feel free to reach out to us at w._w._w. Dot the schuler group l._l._c. dot com and we look forward to helping when you get off the treadmill and putting some real miles on the scoreboard until next time. May you thrive <music>..

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"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"eighty twenty hundred percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Can also go to my website, three ws, San Fran Mary and EMMY EMMY an N dot com. You know, how to spell San Fran. And if not it's S A N F R E N. Okay. So San Fran Marianne dot com. So we're talking about the market short sales are up the I mean, they're coming back. I had to if you go to equator dot com. You'll find me there Maryanne Dorna, and what are the things that is really telling is the map that they have up. And what does that mean? Well, right now, there's fifty six thousand one hundred and thirteen active are ios in the nation. That's just in a nation. Now funny thing is Florida's leading away. They're a red state literally speaking there also read with short sales are kind of leading the way in California. Hey, we're we're coming up pretty close. Okay. So we need to be able to offset that by knowing what to do and nine what to do is. A short sale is when before it was when the prices were upside down, the the heart the value of the loan was more than the value of the home. So it like drop by half if not more at some cases, and nobody wanted to pay those high mortgage. Head vertically those very exotic mortgages based on like eighty twenty hundred percent loans and all these. All these exotic loans, and all these really arms that grew hands a choke people. And so basically we're coming out of that supposedly, and it's more stabilize market, they're not pushing arms like they used to. Fix thirty year fix. It's always been the bread and butter of homeownership for working people. But Linda, curl out of debts. They end up. Charging too over their limits. And then you end up ten twenty thirty forty fifty thousand dollars worth of credit card debt. And then you end up refinancing your home start. Taking out your equity and one of the one of the downsides of. What's happening with those arms? You end up having to keep refinancing all the time in the Bank makes Pooku bucks. Every time you do that before the bank's only made money once every thirty years on that loan because you know, people paid for it and retired, and, you know, had homeownership, but that's not the case when now with a high debt and the card system that we're in because, you know, your car carrying worker which not necessarily meaning your status, but meaning your credit, so you end up charging too much, and that's what happens and soda every three or four or five years people end up refinancing their homes and taking the equity out. So you don't wanna do that the goal here stability. So now that we're in this market where it's been a ten year. Hike twenty sixteen kind of top that hike and 2017 is the pushback for the pricing. So what's happening at twenty and twenty next carried over into twenty eight. So what's happening is the price of the values are dropping? So if you're a seller. I'm gonna tell her you. You've got to move now because they are coming. According to this map, the REO's are coming. So you need to sell your home prices are still Glennon, you a good chunk of change. You can sell move and start a new chapter of your life. And especially if you're a senior, and by the way, I'm a very good person to work with if you're a senior, I'm very respectful very responsive, and you know, and I like to take care of people and even more so for people who need in a more vulnerable to greediness and more vulnerable to unsavory people doing conducting business with them. If you don't think that's the case go to Arp and find out those statistics. Anyway. I don't want you to go away. Because I want you to find out how not to sell yourself short. By staying connected with San Fran Marianne four one five eight ten one eighty date. We'll be right back with real estate buzz..

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