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A Lesson in Tenacity, Agility, & Grit with "Fresh" from Richfresh

Dose of Leadership

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

A Lesson in Tenacity, Agility, & Grit with "Fresh" from Richfresh

"Patrick henry also known as fresh here on dose of leadership. Welcome to show my friend. Thank you for having me man at such a pleasure to be here. I'm very intrigued about your story. Always love good. Hustle grit entrepreneurial story. But i'm really curious about your mindset. Because i think your mindset can teach us a lot talked a lot of people on the show and if there's anything that comes out or they always say what did you learn from doing this for eight years and it's always about the to nasty right is less about. The talent talents kind of a given is the tenacity that kind of separates people. What do you what do you think when you hear that. I used to spend them very similar. said The talent also will succeed with hustle without talent succeeds beyond talent without hustled. I used to hear that. So it's like the examples of people that weren't necessarily the most talented in the world. The thing that they did but they hustle and they were everywhere with their thing and you saw them succeeding. You know i mean. I live in an era of soldier. Boy is eligible is not the most talented rapper. He was really the one that solidified for me. Like wait to say soldier boy can make all this. Money is not the the most talented rapper. however he made he was everywhere. he hustled. Like no one else you know. So even though he didn't necessarily have the talent that a drake has he was everywhere and he still got the check. Mec- products that may not necessarily be the most revolutionary product. But the way they kitchen may have a product is better all the time complaining man. They sold that on my products. Even better you know man. If only i if only you you think that your product being better or your singing voice being better or you being prettier to yourself you think that's the thing that's not the thing that's what your mom and dad gave in other thing is what do you do with that. How do you move with what you have. And if you hustle. You likely are not going to succeed. So yeah i've heard a lot brought up

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Discussing Startup Struggles With the Founders of Teleport

Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Discussing Startup Struggles With the Founders of Teleport

"Now as it been a struggle working together like you know best friends all the time and now it's a business and its money has that how has it changed your relationship and as been a struggle I'd say in terms of has been a struggle working together. I'd say no. It's the only thing that's been. That's made the struggle bearable or or easier. I'd say starting a business particularly startup. any business is one of the most brutally humbling experience. You'll ever go through and if you don't have not only passion for what you're doing shared very common objective between the team of what you're trying to accomplish and maybe even more importantly in a maniacal frame of delayed gratification. I think that might be one of the biggest ones where specifically you're starting a software company. These take things. Take a lot of time to build to develop and when you're trying to build an organization that's gonna withstand something like ovid or more importantly the next decade in prosper and grow your. You're not just building a little product here in there. You're not building something that's going to get a quick hits out drop shipping. You're not doing affiliate marketing. It's it's not something where your you know your your fruit. Labor's gonna come next month. It's something where you're knowingly going into an experience where you're going to start building for the next year possibly more and you might not get a big win a big hit of gratification or relief. A reason of why. You're doing this for a long time. And i think that's the reason why most people probably failed because they just give up just so hard so i'd say that's Yeah that's my answer is really. It's it's about grit in sticking with it and finding someone equally as crazy as you who who wants to do that and believes that underlying

Why You Don't Need to Love What You Do

The $100 MBA Show

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Why You Don't Need to Love What You Do

"When i started my entrepreneur journey about nineteen years ago. I really struggled with starting a business that i could stick with for a long period of time because i was convinced or i was told that i have to love it every moment and it has to be my passion. It has to be my calling. And it's so grandiose it so hard to do something that you love every single day and then i realized that's a bunch of bs you don't need to do you love most people. Don't even the most highly successful people in the book. Grit by angela. Wf she talks about olympic athletes swimmers in particular she interviews all of them and she asked him the question. Do you love swimming pretty logical question. I mean if you're a gold medalist you probably love swimming. Riots your passion. The answer was very interesting. This particular gold medallist said. Do i love swimming. Are you asking me if i love waking up at four in the morning so i can jump into a cold pool and spend two hours doing laps looking at nothing but a blue line on the bottom of the swimming pool floor having a really restricted diet. Non being able to eat what. I love having to study film having to train six to eight hours a day to work towards one event every four years. No of course. I don't love that. But i'm willing to do that because i love being champion. I love being great at what i do. And that answer was goal to me because that's exactly the reality of the world. That's the reality of success. People will put up with hard work things that they would never do. The right mind because it's painful. Why do they do it because they want to win because they want to be successful because they want comes with that success so if you wake up every morning and you are not smiling ear to ear every minute of the day when you do the work you need to do for your business. It doesn't mean you're in the wrong business. It doesn't mean you can't be successful.

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Preview: British GT and BRDC British F3

The Autosport Podcast

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Preview: British GT and BRDC British F3

"It seems a long time ago now but in pre krona virus world bris. Gt attracted a sellout grid for twenty twenty. Before then lost a number of entries by the time this season actually underway and then by the time of the some five hundred phenomena it was backed up bumper field again since then. There's been a change in the rules. Concerning drive at ratings which ruled out the successful silver silver combinations in. Gt three loss. So how would you say the series assault faring. Up heading into this season or steaming you could say in some ways british. Tt's almost back to normal with pro-am pairings. Going the right wins again. When i lost counted Twelve gt three entries schedule for this year from six manufacturers which is a pretty decent effort all told fourteen. Cars from from eight different manufacturers. Gd for it's a tricky when you can look at it. Two different ways and say actually british teased on well to get. The grit has an equally. You could say well should be higher. But then the caveat to that is perhaps we were spoiled before the pandemic and this is just the reality of Of what motorsport in the international sense is like at the moment. I mean i know you wrote a column recently for the magazine talking about the pent up. Demand of club racing and the bump grids there but gt racing is quite a bit more expensive. When you look at the piece of kit drives going out there with njit three ending easy for you mentioned there about the silver silver pairings being banned last year if anything was a bit of an outlier in that sense given the there were a few drivers that were looking to the european series or Had been planning to do something else. Wed than the pandemic hit and plans changed in quite a lot of the silver entries that we ended up with last year. Were were very last minute. Affairs then ended up dominating the season than we only had four races which are actually won by pro-am perrin's all the rest were were silvers.

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New Tesla Powerwall, China Protest, Volkswagen Investigation

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:56 min | Last month

New Tesla Powerwall, China Protest, Volkswagen Investigation

"Year and stay. We've got some news. On tesla energy. A new energy product actually called the power while plus we'll go through the details on that then we also have an update on the situation on the protest in china and some news on volkswagen slash volkswagen. I stay for tesla stock today especially in a downmarket. Tessa finishing up almost five percent. I green day sense earnings to seven hundred nine dollars. Forty four cents that compared to the nasdaq down about nine tenths of a percent. Interestingly on the rise today this was the highest volume day for tesla of the week and sense earnings about forty million shares trading hands. Even though fridays in general tend to be about five to ten percent less volume as we learned during the s. and p. five hundred inclusion analysis period. So interesting to see that. I didn't see a whole lot of news that would have driven the stock today. But oftentimes things that are not. News-based are what's driving the stock right. So let's talk about the power wall plus this was posted yesterday on reddit by user tang. Who said that they were just finalizing their designed for tessler today in san interesting thing power while plus they have shared at the spec sheet for the power while plus and this is a different product than tesla shows online with the power while to now a lot of the specs are the same here but what it looks like tesla has done has integrated some of the components that previously would have been separated in what looks like a continued effort to increase the ease of insulation. We heard yulon talk a lot about this. On tests earnings call and of course we had heard from on the week prior on twitter that tesla solar whether the solar glass roof or rooftop solar would only be sold with an accompanying power wall on the earnings call. Ilan said that he believes this is the most important thing about the solitary of situation noting that installations would be much easier because power from solar would only ever go to the power wall then the power. Walt self would be the only thing that we need to interact as a power supply to the house. Or interact with the grit. It sounds like increasing. The power capability of the power wall was also a key component. Here so not changing the energy but allowing it to provide greater power to be able to handle peak power

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Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan Announces Senate Bid

Lifestyles Unlimited

00:38 sec | Last month

Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan Announces Senate Bid

"Longtime congressman dives into the race for an open Senate seat in Ohio in term, Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan is launching a bid in Ohio for the U. S Senate. The success of America isn't housed in the halls of Congress. It lies in the callous hands and the unrelenting grit of America's workers. Those who dug the deepest announcement makes the 47 year old Ryan, the Democratic front runner for the Senate seat after Ohio Republican Rob Portman announced that he wouldn't seek a third term and in what could be one of 22 Two's most closely watched Senate races in the Democrats efforts to try and keep the GOP from winning back a majority.

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Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93

Lars Larson

00:36 sec | Last month

Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93

"Civil rights advocate and former vice president Walter Mondale dies and I am proud. Go to Washington. Mondale twice winning reelection to the Senate, then in 76. When Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter captured the Democratic presidential nomination, Mondale got a call. We had a talk about what he Had in mind. And so the grits and French ticket was born. The Carter Mondale administration would face for extremely difficult years. Tough times paved the way for Republican challenger Ronald Reagan to win the White House in 1980 bucks is Mike Tobin. Mr Mondale died at 93 at home in

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The Ghosts of Northern Ireland’s Troubles Are Back

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:28 min | 2 months ago

The Ghosts of Northern Ireland’s Troubles Are Back

"To northern ireland now where violent protests have grit the region for almost two weeks. That's the sound of rioting which has involved children as young as twelve throwing bricks fireworks and petrol bombs at lines of police officers and vehicles in the last week. Ninety officers have been injured. This unrest relates back to brexit and today a court in belfast will decide whether to hear a legal challenge to the northern ireland protocol. That was part of the. Uk's brexit deal that imposed trade barriers between the region and the rest of britain to allow trade to continue seamlessly on the island of ireland. The bbc's john campbell has more on that story from belfast. Basically you have unionists. One of the men political groupings in northern ireland at the core of their politics is the desire to remain part of the united kingdom and to resist any attempt to reunite with the other part of ireland the republic of ireland. They want a judge to rule. Brexit deal for northern ireland would be unconstitutional. And they hope that would force the uk government to go and renegotiated. And what they are. Trying to argue is that the brexit dale breaches the good friday agreement. Peace accord because it changes northern ireland's constitutional position without the consent of a vote on the also says it breaches a much older law known as the act of union which says there shouldn't be any customs borders within the uk

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Is Laziness Real?

No Stupid Questions

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Is Laziness Real?

"Susan kemp has this task. Do you think laziness is really a thing. She writes for the last year. I've been debating of laziness is real or just some concept we created in order to. I don't know protestant guilt trip ourselves doing things. I like. susan already say that someone doesn't do their homework. Maybe they have an undiagnosed sleep disorder or are chronically sleep deprived and that's why they can't focus maybe their diet is off so they're tire. Maybe they're just tired because school starts at seven thirty. Am and science says. That is stupid. Actually i think science says that early school start is bad for some people but not others are different krona types yes well. In general though adolescents tend to be later risers so the science would say that starting school for most high school students at seven. Thirty is dumb okay. So she's right on that. I'm wrong in that she continues. Maybe they live in a poor socioeconomic situation where there's either a lot of noise at home or not a stable place to work etc. Maybe they're peers. Don't value education even if they opt for video games isn't that more lake dopamine zero Rather than pure laziness. So i thought i would ask. She writes and i find this to be an amazingly interesting question. What's the answer. I love his incomes question. I think that it depends on what you mean by laziness if she is asking. Dui laziness is really a thing or a protestant guilt trip. Who's no way you're gonna say that laziness isn't real. You're the grit lady. Well when you call somebody lazy what do you think we really mean. I think it means that we don't think they're eager to put in the work. What we observe is they're not working and we are inferring. Were assuming that they don't want to put in the work. And then she's listing all these other reasons that could account for the scene behavior. Maybe they can't put in the work. Maybe circumstances are conspiring against them. There's a judgment that we're passing on someone when we call them lazy. That is about their motivation.

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How Automation Can Create a Better Future of Work

HumAIn Podcast

02:28 min | 2 months ago

How Automation Can Create a Better Future of Work

"Thanks so much for joining us on the show. Thanks for having me. David them happy to be here. Well i'd love to tee up for audience where you are today with your startup. You've been scaling up. Very involved with enterprises very involve product releases and this movement is exciting. I'm really interested to hear that as someone who's an educator and developer to see that there's exciting tools out there to build and make products so can you share with our audience. About what tonkin does today. oh yeah absolutely. I think you touched any important point. There duncan We raised a round right before the garona pandemic it's so Of twenty twenty in being going rapidly since. It's very exciting time for us. Duncan is almost five years now. And so i like to say that i've been singing the same song for five years in you know it wasn't the same market as it was five years ago which is a great thing for us in. I think you touched on the important point. What does it mean to enable more people to use software. And what impact would that have own enterprises in business in everyone's life. I think that's what we're all about. It's been amazing to see in the last decade how this movement that started perhaps with companies like your has now grown into these verticals of mar tech and sales tack and building for anyone. What inspired your growth and tonkin to scale. I think the biggest moment for me. It was actually my previous jobs before. Starting talking i was engieering in a public company public softer company in had the opportunity to grow my team quite rapidly join cuisine and gritting their from on handful of people to over one hundred fifty people until so really doing very couple years. Maybe when you think about the challenges that comes with growing operations there's internal challenges and then there's the external oranges of working with parliament and in really walking across different processes. Now i'm a software guy. I've been writing coaches. I was standing result kind of thing in so for me. It software should always be the solution right. Always the first bush to go to an even though we had all those great tools in place and you know the top. Crm's in the top medium project management tools in like most companies.

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Blasting Houston Leaders Over Opposition To New Voting Bills

Houston Matters

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Blasting Houston Leaders Over Opposition To New Voting Bills

"On today's panel houston chronicle editor of opinion. Lisa falkenberg vivian. Ho health economist at rice university and baylor college of medicine and marcus davis the breakfast club restaurant and host of fish grits and politics. Lisa vivian marcus. Welcome to houston matters. Craig thank you panel. Texas lieutenant governor. Dan patrick had some choice. Things to say. Tuesday about the houston area's leaders and voting procedures in the last election cycle patrick speaking at the state capital criticized harris county for twenty four hour drive thru voting and mass mailing absentee ballot applications to eligible county residents all efforts last november to improve voting access during the pandemic. And all of which would be outlawed if senate bill seven passes this session. Patrick noted harris county does not make policy and create law for the rest of the state. He was responding to a monday. Press conference here in houston in which leaders including mayor turner and harris county judge. Lena hidalgo criticized espy seven arguing. It would discourage minority voter participation. turner called the bill. Jim crow two point. Oh echoing criticism of similar legislation in georgia. Patrick called that characterization race baiting the rhetoric is strong from state and local leaders. Over sb seven and voting procedures. Is this good bad or ugly. Lisa falkenberg from the perspective of journalists. It's good because strong rhetoric makes great headlines right from a from a perspective of texan. Just a texan. Who wants my government work. you know. it's bad it's ugly. You did this. This whole argument is just ridiculous because during the presidential election no one at the aftermath. Nobody was screaming. Oh texas has all this fraud always went you know. We need a recount in texas. No everybody was perfectly fine with the way the election ran but afterward things are so bad that we need to have all this reform. Texas is already the hardest state of the union to cast a ballot in. We have no need for more restrictions

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A highlight from Being Able To Adjust

A Penny For Your Thoughts c/o Beautiful Girls and All We Have Gone Through

07:34 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Being Able To Adjust

"Just thinking about what was just said a minute. Let me think about what was just say. I know that she didn't try to get the best of me. Like there is no situation to risk. But am i supposed to stop doing what i'm doing to make someone in her life comes and goes when i am not even their compliments and the fact being related related whose relation and trust the people you are around and about which does not dictate what you can say. What will be a pandemic. Which is the situation hand. You'll never be able to heal by going back to what broke. You does not make family. Those relatives family is those with home. You share your good bad and ugly and still love one. Another in the end family are the ones you select justice. Sentence peration okay. Let me see this person. Wants me to go back into someone. I once knew to make the life. Easier could jeopardize what i have been within my life really. I can't even fathom thoughts sitting around with someone who will make me feel ill. It's not all peaches and cream. When the person was in my life the attitude just to wear the shades the fact of lies and disrespect one thinking. It was okay for not looking. Like i was just there to be there but boy do they have another thing coming. You cannot understand a person without understanding what a person has been through in overcome when you can realize for the first time you have no pain of moving on letting the toxicity be removed completely in my life so when i show up i am proud to be. Just how far will you go to make someone feel special instead of making memories. Not say a bucket list. The bucket could not makes a difference in some ways it may be good or just. The course in life makes the pale too small of an ocean with fish swimming of things. I would love without hurting someone. Make sure you have a poll so you can say oh man here. Let me add this to the bucket minute. That was so much fun. I think i could just toss the fish back. So when i am ready to make you feel at ease up i can go back out there again. Not still swimming in the water. It makes the bucket which causes the love of new energy and life away. No one will be able to stand. There is no room in life when it's someone else's fault then it was you who could have done something about who what where or win. That is a real question. You can ask yourself to put it mildly given the opportunity to do again i just could have a because the path he walked. No one is able to pick up those shoes even if they just lifted off the show. So start from. The beginning is putting you and your place in a new era. It cannot be traced back to you. The lie said a coming within a person smile. You know obsolete nothing about you what you will do so let us get the shop. Talk to make the talk real. Sure let them through in through the good pitch. Lynn whack the heck out of the ball for the grand slam play. The denny's could not even recreate knowing how to say. I apologize is so much different in. I am sorry that is just thrown around like passing a term paper or something and the difference with an apologetic state is within sincerity of the mistake or the unwillingness of the situation helping to make the healing process as well as the relationship with understanding. Do not grit your teeth. Do not make fix miles. Do not come around when someone asks about you. Just do not look at the calendar. Just say i thought i would say hey to keep you on. Reserve didn't with such is only a quick fix. When you can say how you feel tell the truth and you can work. The situation and there is how to get things started. I know you don't understand but you have to live with you. And i am responsible for what i do. So if you love me like you say you do not thin you will keep your issues within you. Not price them on people. You had no intentions of trying to see. It will not help you in it. Postpones the inevitable of another day because no one sees you like idea flipping pages like you're in the book. When going through life you have a lot of comings and goings some people maybe in your life or duration and then there are others who just come around to see what you're doing. Do not bat your eyes pull down the shade glasses or even turn your head to the side not understanding the situation. Just hold up your head and take responsibility for what you did or even said and no one is in a Incidence this is even happening. It is just the time to pull out the weeds in your life that causes you to grow in a patch of something. Someone may not even want it around now. I say that to say this. It is not i who must decide about you in life. You must be the one to find out the answer within yourself and put forth the effort to say. I have nothing to lose. But so much to gain when i decide to make that change.

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Designing charismatic voice assistants with Marie Kleinert and Ray-Allen Taylor - VUI Agency

VUX World

07:08 min | 2 months ago

Designing charismatic voice assistants with Marie Kleinert and Ray-Allen Taylor - VUI Agency

"Some text to speech systems. I mean as far you can understand them. They sound grit. Wavenet sounds sounds cool. Custom voices like the bbc. Sounds pretty good. But what people don't really understand. Is that really to make them sound proper. Natural not robotic and not kind of boring and making you switch off with through. It does require a little bit of you. Know attention requires shaping and moulding is that is that where you see linguists really helping our as far as the snl. Monaco been making things. Sound mall human definitely like like probably for maybe the beginning choosing the voice actually. It's also nice to help To know about the phonetics of voice and the a voice can can foreign by and So that you can really help Explaining why certain some good or Might not be the right fit for. Maybe you're brand custom assistant but also as you said for lulu as l. tuning meaning and so on ready to help haven't earphones and to Now want paul's those can actually do in terms of emphasis and all these Now trend mechanics actually Which are in a voice and the voice paramedics s. I mean that's that's the end part of it. And he can do so many mistakes and so many wrong things at the beginning when you start developing the essence start thinking about how should this t t a sound and whereas the defensive record him on oh and how won't get changed the whole deal in that that's another erkki. Just do without them and if that goes wrong the best estimate on help you to find unit to have occurs matic voice in the end in. Go one step. I suppose before as well and making sure that you've actually you've got the right words in the first place in the right order. So we're getting talkin about covers my voice assistance. We're gonna question from malcolm auckland moment while we're on the concept of voices and you know t t s and all that kind of stuff that you You announced a partnership with vocal ide- relatively recently joined. Tell us a little bit. More about will then tells we're thinking about how could we. Maybe we would try to fit our like persona dine that we create on linguistic character traits and so on that we would actually like most of the cases to also have the voice which exit to that. So i think it's good to Also partner or To communicate with each eds providers Right at the start so that you don't come into project and you have already selected boys and then you then you do the persona. The is i smarts to Yeah start at the beginning and work together where working at the moment is usually have two models. One is very general like it says everything perfectly and house perfect pronunciations and has all the words so it can sound nice but most of the time it's very without a character without charismatic without everything because it's not recorded that way then afterwards he pulled on top the voice like like how should it sound and sounding is not the same as emotions and things like that and we thought and still believing that is historic data at the beginning And to should start at the beginning to have a Voice and that's why we got in contact with them and then start thinking about. How could we developed the first grade a mental models for this voice before even going into how voice sound so. We wanna give it emotions. I was Interest in what are you finding from the work that you do in. We'll we'll get into the the supposed to relate to charisma. It is really commitment. But it's more broader than that. I i would would agree. But i would. I would put charisma as kind of a personality. Trait could be one of many kind of traits. If you like but the concept of having a persona and overarching persona on a brand voice is something that you know some companies have. It's what we talk about quite a lot. You know but the doesn't seem to be a tremendous lord of examples of things. I cost him. Brian voices in in the conversation is based on lord. It's getting there but what you see in from the work. They are doomed. The clients that you're doing. What's the appetite for those those custom voices and costumed personas and things. That is that like a monday thing that you always do or is it something that you kind of need to spend a bit more time selling en and all kinds of stuff well again quite fast. As a matter of fact the courses will once you explained to them that this is. I mean this is the person speaking to your customers in the end was you'll worry so. The persona design is not only the part fall forward voicing auditor that a sound or emotional voice. It's also words. it's It's it's you'll conversational partner so to to have conversation unique to people you need to persons bolsa. Dan own uses story. And if you just go for a use case and i want to fulfil you use case then it's very one sided conversation nobody stat. Even if i'm not interested in a conversation and talk to you and you come on and you bubble bobble you keep on talking. I will have a use. I have my own user story already will have in my act out this conversation. And that's how i speak. That's how i phrase my sentences replies to you and presumably design is more than just. How does voice. It's it's how does it speak. how do i react. What do i want. The i want to try and sell something as well to make that person more comfortable in this situation or Maybe educate that person on something else that i could also do in grand like i'm telling you how to screw in schools somewhere because he just went to a care and bought new bad. It's so much more than just the

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Rejoice Ncha Fon Shares Why Not Everybody Is As Blessed As We Are

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

04:36 min | 2 months ago

Rejoice Ncha Fon Shares Why Not Everybody Is As Blessed As We Are

"Welcome. Thank you jurisdiction. Yes it's been a struggle with internet bug. We're it looks like it's doing okay. How is it doing georgia. Okay now are some thank you for having me on for inviting me. This episode is supported by premium gene with free shipping on all products premium. Jane is dedicated to delivering the natural benefits of cbd to those who truly need it. Go to premium. Jane dot com and save twenty percent with coupon code gratitude. I am really honored to be here. Hi everyone my name east archery. Rejoice you know it could be a little bit stressful when you think about it because it's literally the verb of being happy you know so but i don't know if we will today speculation most of the time but i'm trying right now so really unable to be here and when georgian reached out and he was like you should join she comes the podcast I don't know like majority of those. Who are your podcast. Have an idea of what the alive. And i don't know from one of those so really Onto each year to talk about my story. So thank you jim. I'm pleasure my pleasure and and about the last part that you mentioned believing that we're we're all in this together and we're figuring things out as we go along and i think the fact that we are on this journey is together is what makes this Journey beautiful that we are learning from each other and growing together and Enriching our lives. And i think we can. We can all add something to that so. I'm really happy that you accepted my invitation q. So i wanted to ask you first. What's your take on gratitude. What does it mean for you and You have a definition or something that resonates with you Yes so to me. Gratitude to pons and enjoy the process and one of the times we find ourselves setting goals for ourselves When i reach that goal then i'll be happy then. I'll be grateful for reaching that goal but the thing is that girl doesn't often bring us happiness yet because imagine if you don't reach that goal in time from that you set for yourself than are you going to be happy. Are you not going to be great food for whatever you've learned during that process are you wouldn't to be grateful for the people who have helped you to get to that point. We are even if it's not the final goal that he wanted to so gusty to need means to pause the process and to leave in the present again will always thinking okay three years from now. What am i going to do. And that's great. That's guts grit plant great plan to have. But are you happy a fool for what you're going through right now. How are you kia things and so to leave in the present and to thankful for everything whether small or big these things just make me are ship things lot more and now when i see somebody who's beautiful. Who's handsome hoax good. I appreciate them. Because i knew that me thinking about appreciating them. I actually appreciate them. You know if if you see somebody doing well. I work or really good job. And you're you're thinking to yourself. Oh that looks really nice will. It doesn't hurt actually save. You know so really being appreciative of everything big or small and living in the moment in the present. Aligning yourself time to pause. Enjoy the process of you. Growing a few being a better version of yourself is one of the things that threats to really means fridley.

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Where Estate Planning and Social Inequality Meet

Pod 4 Good

04:26 min | 3 months ago

Where Estate Planning and Social Inequality Meet

"I'm richie philanthropy. Jesse vice admiral flint pod. Chris miller and today our guests are laurel and riley carbone kern founders of tall grass estate. Planning their goal was to create a different kind of law firm when they're reaches out to people who are routinely overlooked traditional law firms or people who are hesitant to work with traditional law firms we talked to riley in laurel about social justice through estate planning the lord of the rings and why everyone needs estate planning even sar on the deceiver enjoy. We are very excited. Have riley and laurel kaduna kern from tall grass estate. Planning on the podcast today. Hello both of you view. Elo mainly grits. Thank you welcome. Mo- more popular of the two of us. I would say it's all the incheon. Listen we fight over the attention. That's always been our problem. And i relate to. That aren't i don't have to fight for our listeners. They're going to be asking this point why we are having an estate. Planning company on the podcast. So we'll start with the most basic question which is how is estate planning social justice issue. I recognize that estate. Planning sounds like feels like smells like the most untold listed whitebread topic. Anyone has ever thought about. We are as spicy as as yes manny's however we are grateful to be able to do a fair amount of pro bono low bono work and we see in that practice a number of things pop up like over and over and over again people who their grandparents great grandparents own a piece of property and then didn't know about estate planning and so now they're in a situation where like fifteen people own it To be able to like apply for grants for certain things they would need to track all of down or pay for a quiet title action. It should be something that is giving them wealth insecurity but instead it's costing them money to have this asset and if you know what state planning is if you're willing to hear about it and learn about it It can really enhanced generational wealth for for non. Just you know middle class. America or or upper class market but like literally everyone. And that's why it's so important to us to help. People understand estate. Planning is for every single person. The the misconception is that estate planning is about figuring out who gets your stuff when you die and there's a whole lot of people who look at their lives and think i don't have stuff so who cares That's that's a wrong understanding of what it is. It's really just about making sure that the right people are in control at the right times of the right things and what we see your your question about it. Being a social justice issue is that there are massive disparity in who plans for that kind of control and because all of us no matter. What our demographic Racial status religious status nationality cetera. All of us are subject to losing that control because of disability and death because of the disparity in who plans there's also a disparity generational wealth and the influence political influence financial prosperity. That come along with that so over generations you see the disparity linked to you know we think of as as a as a pretty clear as one example reinforcement of systemic racism. Disproportionately people who have large amounts of money are larger. Amounts of money are thinking about doing estate planning right. It has occurred to them. Hey i should probably do a power return. He get a trust in place right but the reason that they're doing that planning the things that they see may be happening down the down the line in their lives and being possible. Those things are possible for every single person regardless of how much you have but if you have a plan in place it's gonna affect your life and your loved ones a lot differently than if you don't have that planning in place

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How To Know When To Strip or Sand Furniture

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

03:27 min | 3 months ago

How To Know When To Strip or Sand Furniture

"Let's dive into some tips. So the first category is when you get a piece a lot of times you have to strip it down or sand it. So do you know in distribute it versus sandy. Do you have any tips for that while you have to figure out if it's wood or if it's veneer and you're go from there for me. Normally the way i tell is like the weight so if it's pretty like substantial heavier is normally would versus like veneer like md. Ask fours and stuff and then like you can always stay on like maybe the back and just kinda like get a little bit in and then see what happens when you get that. I lay off and you can kind of tell if it is like because you're obviously going to hit the md board pretty quick with your sander. And then if you do then you gotta start stripping disturbs driven out if you hit past the grain into a board that looks like well like either particle board or not would not i will never yeah so in some of it's personal preference. I know even real wood pieces. Some people prefer to strip instead of sand. Cassia ending really does take off like a layer and then if you have certain things like that are more ornate strippers really better because some stuff. You can't stand like i know you're dresser or your nightstand from last season. Had that really intense like brady would kind of crazy now. A super crazy but i took so long for that piece actually ended up taking off the like actually detail of that would. He's because i couldn't strip it couldn't like sand it like there was nothing i could do to get the paint off and so then to remove that actually just like paint over that do you remember neck. turn out so good. I still have another one. That has never finished. So that's all non dance and then another thing. A lot of people wonder about sanding is kind of what grits to use all. Save the secret magic bullet for you to share with everyone you love. But just in general you kind of have to grits. You have your shaping grit so that's gonna be lower numbers like eighty hundred sixty and those are going to be kind of shape the wood and then you have your smoothing grits. So that's higher numbers like one twenty two twenty and that's going to smooth out your would before finish so usually if you have paint that you're just trying to strip you can start with eighty or a hundred you don't really need to go lower than that and then you work your way up if you wanna paint you can stop around to twenty but if you're finishing your would what is. Our magic secrets are manager. Cigaret- that we just found out about getting are amazing sander mirka sedan. Was that if you three. Twenty grit neighbor. The three twenty is like i never realized you should like go above two twenty. Three twenty is like next level against just so smooth. It flake like butter for real. I mean every time. I finish something. And it's with three twenty eyesight. I wish people can actually feel this because it's like nothing you thought before. I don't know it really is like such a game changer. To use three twenty on all of

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Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

Yeah, She's Driven

07:33 min | 3 months ago

Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

"Let's talk about what who you are how you got online and what your favorite platforms are. So let's start there. yes. I'm originally from england. I came to america. Twenty two to get my commercial pilot's license. Because i thought that was how is gonna travel around the world but it turns out when you get you commercial pilot's license. You don't get to go to bali short trip so hang on a second. This isn't quite what i signed up for. But i did my training in long beach and i grew up watching laguna hills on mtv. And i was like one day lauren. Conrad and i'm gonna drive down h. And i'm going to be in my convertible. We're gonna have lunch together. And so. I always have that vision of wanting to live in southern california. I didn't realize that a pilot's license was going to be the thing that got me here. But when i got here i fell in love and i didn't end up becoming a pilot. I got my whole license but came to america on an old one visa and started to go jobs like this. British jackson turns out a lot of british people. Thinking the same thing in la special. But i did go for an audition to be on a youtube channel and that was probably about ten years ago now nine ten years ago and i got the audition and i found out that my one talent in life is talking and working out at the same time. I can do that all day long. So i started working for a channel on youtube. Grew it to like three million subscribers. We eighteen months. I got paid forty dollars per episode but it was just the excitement of being part of youtube and it was workout videos. And i found something that i knew. This was my thing after about a year and a half. They decided they didn't want to film anymore. I didn't understand why no problem and it took me about a year and a half to get my confidence to fill my own channel and have my own videos now. Been doing that for coming on six seven years. I've got my own fitness that we have a pocus. I just had a best selling book and life is great. But it's really been a lot of grit determination and hard work. But now i'm in a place. Where just loving life and just enjoying everything that's happening so talk to us about the. What is the team. Look like to be able to build videos and editing and all that stuff. What does that look like when you when you start when somebody says okay. I want to assemble cheang because nobody talks about the team. The talking about you should do this. Here's the tactics. let's start there. I love that question. And it's so funny because i think it's always something that i'm working on so i do have a team now but when i'm very first study doing youtube and i still have my camera like a souvenir i had one hundred and fifty dollar sony camera setup on a tripod and i would shoot myself and i had the camera and i didn't realize until about six months later that you could flip the camera so that you can actually see yourself so no joke i would get into the show. I would do my jumping. Jacks put my arms in the air go round replay double check that i was in frame and then go back again. Yes you guys were always learning. So there's a war you if you have a flip camera that you can actually build meals but we didn't have fancy iphones back then. So this hundred and fifty dollars. Sony camera and then as i started to get more things coming on i would have insurance and are actually find people of craigslist. That's where i found most of my employees. Because i have much money at the beginning to help so i started to get people who would do things like my cleaning and my laundry so that i could spend time on that so it was like. Where can i navigate my time. Where is it best spent. And what can i delegate to other people with the money that i have like that sits like what do you have and use that phospholipids. Six years of having this company. I now have a full app team. I have somebody that does my emails. I have a chief business officer. I have a video an editor a personal assistant. Somebody puts all the input in the app. And has that runs my social media and mound. My mom is also working for me. So like i have like nine ten people that a part of my team but at the beginning i did everything i edited did. The blogs did the calendar. Absolutely everything and as things got better. I've been able to bring more people on at a different level. So okay she craigslist. So what did you do run on ad on craigslist. Or he just started surfing people on the job descriptions and setting the messages in. How did you know even how to lead them. You know what i mean like. That's like all right now. we're i. This was hilarious. This more. No kidding this is talk about the flip. The camera thing. I had the flip the camera moment this morning. I'm driving down the street. And i own a virtual system company fifty voice. Okay i own want. And i literally. I'm driving down the street. And i'm talking to the woman who is running dot company. 'cause i don't run that company at all. I have one meeting a week. And i don't run the company and i said wait a minute as a as a running strategy for that committed. Why is my company. The other company hardcore business. Why are we looking for social media. People to post are to put my social media. Team is like all of a sudden decide to be trainers and they're all gone right and there's all happened like the last six weeks and so i find myself postings or outdated like eight figure company and i'm back to posting right and i go. Why am i looking for a virtual assistant. Why don't you go find me. Virtual system works. That would be great for this job and so you know sometimes the common sense is in common and you know one of the things i think you probably develop skills on is like Like okay we find them on craigslist or wherever. And how do you get over the hump of not knowing how to lead them or what to ask them to do so for me. I've done everything in my business. So i knew how to set up even the web stuff. I knew how to write a blog. I learned all the skills myself then. I put an ad out honestly. It was for like an intern. Like hey social media person needs how with you know inputting blogs or whatever was the i was doing. I basically wrote my own job description of what i needed. Help with like you need any experience because at the time the people that i was hiring work. Twenty twenty one twenty two. Because i couldn't afford to pay them. You know somebody who was thirty five and had ten years of experience in like managing a team. So i like she learned all the skills myself i would put an ad out and then i would meet them nor at my house but like a nice cafe because it looked better right. So i do these interviews and i have interviewed. I've really got it down. At the beginning. I was interviewing like ten fifteen people a day for two days straight instead of just doing a quick zun things like oh. It's right in front of us. Why don't you just young paul with them because you know in the first i believe ten seconds if this is going to be the right person for you like with. It's just a feeling and for me. It didn't matter about how much experience they had. It was if i liked you and if we connected and if we gelled so like great i like you. You're a cool person. I'm gonna have you come in and then we're going to do an internship so for a couple of weeks just to see if you've got it and you know we're right fit. I'm gonna teach you these skills that i know. Then y'all gonna do it tell. Show tried to tell them what to do. Show them how to do it with them. Let go off and do it themselves and so we just things that i knew to how to teach them and you know this was thanks to a made and things always perfect. But it's better to have people doing eighty percents of you rather than to do absolutely everything because you never be out of scale and you won't be able to

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How Authentic Confidence Can Boost Your Poker Game

Poker on the Mind Podcast

03:03 min | 3 months ago

How Authentic Confidence Can Boost Your Poker Game

"The first thing that i would say to people. Is you need to invest in cultivating your authentic confidence and not just trying to manufacture confidence. And i'll explain what i mean by that to me. Manufactured confidence is when you're looking in the mirror and you're doing that like on the greatest on the best. Okay one time and this has been years ago. I went to one of those. I can't remember. I can't remember if it was a t boot camp or w. s. o. P. boot camp but it was one of them and this has been at least ten years ago probably more but at the time they had this guy. I don't even know if i should say his name is so horrible. Nobody should ever looks at sky up but he was the mindset coat he is not around. So i don't even i don't know what rockies under but he. He went away okay but his his lecture was. Oh stand up and just scream out like on the grits fokker player in the world and the greatest poker player in the world right now. I'm pretty sure. I've told this story before because just set irradiating but to me. That's manufacturer confidence right. It's not real. I'm just like i could scream out anything right. I'm beyond say okay You know. I i can screw it out is not real right okay. So how do we get this. Authentic confidence which i think is what year student and everybody. Who's listening really needs to think about. So i think we're gonna do just a little Language lesson really fast. So confidence if we look at the root of that is cone fiduciary which means with trust or within intense trust. Okay well let's think about that for a minute if we want confidence. What do we want to have intense. Trust in okay. Well our fells. Yes but more importantly we want to have intense trust with our process at war systems. If you wanna think of it that way and i know you you talked about that a little bit in your answer to him you didn't. You didn't exactly say it this way but a news what you meant And you were telling him to continue to work on his game to make sure that the downswing wasn't effecting his decisions right so basically what you are saying. Is you need to work on your game to the stent that you have this confidence that you know what to do bore. I'd say if you're newer to the game. You're going to be like i. But i don't know what to do. That's true but you can say. I have confidence in myself that i'm going to make notes on this and then i'm gonna go find out what i needed to do whether i get a coach or ask question the facebook group or you know i look up. Articles or podcast. Whatever the case may be okay. So that's what i'm talking about.

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"grit" Discussed on The Hustle & Grit Experience

The Hustle & Grit Experience

07:11 min | 9 months ago

"grit" Discussed on The Hustle & Grit Experience

"So you can live a hustle and grit lifestyle. Follow me at Instagram Prince. William's two underscores. You can also find me at my YouTube channel the real Prince William's if you like this content comment and share my episodes to all those that you feel will benefit from this knowledge. So the title of this episode is called the Flow State and in this episode, we're going to be discussing how the flow with life and the power of intention choice. We would talk about three points. What is the flow how to get into the flow and the power of the Flow State and intentional? So I want you to stay locked in and enjoy the discussion because we are going to get right into it. And in this discussion we're going to be breaking down the flow Paradigm. The flow Paradigm is what many refer to as flowstate. We're going to talk about what is Flow State why this is important and how to apply this to your everyday life and your mentality concept and ideology because when you're in the zone able to clear an empty the mind of your distractions and this allows you to have higher levels of consciousness where you can tap into the infinite knowledge of your subconscious mind with the mind is neither relaxed or excited but it's always ready to perform in a high-speed the subconscious mind has no intentions that has no plans. It has no direction. This is also a very powerful because when you're in the zone or you're in that flow State what you're creating and what comes out of you has better outcomes than you could have ever planned or Imagine song. Is the Flow State so how you get into the flow state will getting into the Zone The Flow State of Mind. It takes complete mental focus wage. So you want to be fully engaged on the task at hand and you want to be fully immersed in whatever activity it is that you're you're engaged with indicator. This is you want to do something that you enjoy. There are some factors that I want you to take note of one you have to enjoy what you're doing. You have to be in complete Focus off and it has to be no distractions, but obviously there's a Time component without all these smaller together like puzzle pieces. The this mindset is often hard to replicate home. That's why there has to be completed focus and not in no distractions. This is the definition of being in the moment where you to participate is fully engaged in that activity. And even though that activity may be changing. It doesn't seem hard at all. It says time is another component of all of this being in the zone when you're in the zone time seems to be distorted in the office around you seems to disappear. This is actually one way, you know that you're in the zone because time doesn't exist and everything around you slows down. Is actually a overwhelming feeling there's a there's a sense of joy and fulfillment that comes over you once you're in the zone. You actually are living your best life. You're living in your best moments and you can do no wrong. Everything seems to come together and you're completely enjoying the moment and everything that you're doing in the moment. It just seems like everything flows. So I say why is this important what the flow of being in? The zone is important because in spite of what people think you're more productive when your mind isn't scattered across many tabs because then it has the ability to focus in on a single text. We're all taught that multitasking is the way to be a more efficient, especially in this fast-paced work environment were deadlines are really part of our reality. But in actuality is the opposite so that's the key. That's the secret of being in flow or being in the zone. It's about said the attention and focusing on a goal and giving that goal uninterrupted time. So again, it takes about 15 to 30 minutes of uninterrupted time to reach that level of love. This is the approximate time. It takes your brain activity to change from the beta waves to the alpha waves. This is important because when you're an alpha wave brain package, you can change a program another subconscious mind through the powers of suggestion. So finishing your task and achieving your goals according to research makes us happier and more fulfilled. But how many of us once we reach the goal? We didn't get the feeling that we thought we were going to get. The what the reason why this happens is because the mind values the journey not the destination our brains are wired in a way that we get a more sustained dopamine released while we're on the way to the goal. But once we reach the goal our brains, give us a jolted open mean which makes us feel good in the moment, but once the the moment is over the highest over so let this let this be known if not the things that makes us happy, but it's the purpose of the mind that makes us happy birthday. So, how do you get into the Zone how you reached the Flow State? Well, whose work you love? Choose important but challenging tasks, but just make sure that task is a so challenging that you can't get it done block out all of the noise off of the distractions. Find the quiet in the chaos and set your intentions and don't be finished until you're finished find a peak time. This means finding a time that works with your own natural energy levels. It means tapping into your most creative times in a day and then focus in on that task as long as possible turn off the phone and don't be checked your emails. Cuz remember this is the time for you to work on the thing that you love to do before fully immersed in that which brings you happiness and joy. This is the message. I hope you enjoyed this information. My name is Prince William's the real Prince William's and I'm here to help you flow and grow off the next time I salute you..

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"The best of times or the worst month sharing our best ideas creates a stronger foundation for everyone just a different version of what the industry does for the public find a location location location off for everyone to thrive once again. The real estate industry is the modern world's most enduring and successful Artisan industry. It combines new strategies Technologies and operating ideas with the wisdom and best length from the past. This is our industry is true secret to success we learn from what has worked before while embracing opportunities to change every day the industry turns uncertainty that into accomplishment by Never Letting challenges get in the way. It's endless optimism and grit speak for itself if history is any guide there is no question. A bright future is once again, it's just over the horizon about overcoming obstacles and creating opportunities during a downturn in short know because stories of turning Rags to Riches are never outdated or irrelevant to one's time. Even during the circumstances in which this guide is being released a global pandemic on a scale not seen in 100 years. It's more important than ever that stories of disruptions difficulties and determination to overcome are collected and shared this guide is exactly what we need. Now when the global pandemic turned from a collection of Health warnings back to a near halting of the global economy..

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Grid-locked. We all have heard of grit. The ultimate character trait possessed by the successful and auspicious. We'd be remiss if we didn't. I pay a mosh to dr angela. Duckworth noted psychologists and ceo of the non for profit character lab. Dr duckworth is credited with broadest development of the meeting and scientific study of grit grit announ perseverance and passion for long-term goals duckworth and others. Two thousand seven. Her studies showed grit was a common factor among high achievers and that grit isn't closely tied to q. But rather to conscientiousness. It's that we aren't porn geniuses or not but that those of us that self aware are more poised to hone our skills and succeed. Now dr duckworth didn't invent grit honestly. Grit was probably invented along with fire in the wheel. Persistence and tenacity were written. As virtue by aristotle the construct of ambition and conscientiousness focuses of research by william james and francis gutmann in the early nineteen hundreds psychologists and other students devoted to understanding. Humanity have looked at motivation and determination from many angles regardless. We know it to be the key to success before we unlock our own potential. It's important to gauge where you are in your own journey until you focus on self awareness. You can't hone and sharpen your perseverance in short you're grid-locked think about the following statements. These have been adapted from angela. Duckworth research and the grit character playbook from character lab. Dr duckworth nonprofit that connects researchers and educators to steady character traits among thriving children. If more statements that you agree with the grittier your character may be character lab twenty twenty. I enjoy company projects that take multiple years to complete. I have long term goals defined and worked towards them everyday and encourage the same structure in my associates. Every decision made from my company is connected to clearly set values. When it comes to my business there is at least one piece that i never get bored of thinking about and learning more on the company's setbacks large or small. Don't discourage me for long. I am a hard worker. My employees and associates are hard workers. I finished whatever. I began the goals. I have set for my company get achieved. I never stopped working to improve my company if there was ever a career. That demanded grit. Wouldn't it be those of us in real estate. No to transactions are the same. No clients have the same needs no to agents approach in negotiations the same way no two managers lead with the same style no to ceo's run their brokerage with the exact same values. Real estate has historically been a key industry. The both shapes and response to every aspect of our culture shelter is one of our most basic needs an intern real estate as an industry is rooted deeply in both emotional and a logical motivations. There's no precise cookbook. That guarantees the success and longevity in this highly variegated industry only evidence of proven triumph told through the tales of those that overcame previous disruptions. If there was a career the demanded grit. This is it. This handbook was born out of an immediate response to the fifth item in that list company setbacks. Larger small don't discourage me for long over the last decade as the industry rose from the two thousand eight economic trench real estate collectively began pointing toward disruptors as both heroes of innovation and villains of preservation every real estate conference and content publisher focused on tech forward brokerages as impervious new competitors. Many of our fellows feared the imminent death of the real estate agent or brokerage through automation and national portals. Totting them out of the transaction or that millennials collectively weren't going to purchase homes and crashed the entire institution of homeownership. It's fair to say most of us weren't prepared for the disruption of our recovery from the great recession to be in the form of a global viral pandemic. how do you respond to a global shutdown with grit. Every metro is different. Some states identified real estate as non essential and ordered shelter in place for months other states have imposed minimal restrictions. The reactions are in the face of an unprecedented situation. Some brokers and companies have just gone dark. some are saccharin with their empty words of support while others. The voices in this book are facing his obstacle like.

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Vision. There's and carry the torch that means everyone we hire to work for. Our company must be aligned with our vision and values it means every agent. We recruit must embrace our culture and deliver at every. Turn when you call yourself a family run. Brokerage family can only mean having blood relatives. In the stakeholder group that's not enough to be called a family run brokerage at least not for me. Family means that the entire company lives by the values and culture. It refers to the carrying empathy and collaboration displayed by everyone who works at the company while i am blessed to have my son drayton here as president. I view everyone throughout the company my managing brokers agents asked family in a large way. They run important parts of this operation. And it's their care and dedication to what we've all created the makes us family. My advice to others is to think about family as this extended reality and to.

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"To a hero's journey starts with the origin. Story unstoppable real estate brands are deemed so because they grow from strong foundations with values cemented into the core of every decision made every brokerage founder built their brand because of a vision to do things not just differently but better than ever before this vision. The aspiration to achieve is what drives a brand identity. The strength of brand ensures its longevity understanding that your brand is the foundation of your company gives you the power and freedom to adapt to anything. What does brand have to do with unlocking grit when any hero story is told it always begins with the origin. The why what. Continuously drives and motivates the hero toward success. If grid is the how then our.

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Women find their momentum in passion and perseverance with a vision for the future. What keeps a leaders grit from fading though. Is it history or data philosophy or action. id's repetition that grant strong leaders the endurance to surmount unprecedent challenges ryan gorman president and ceo of colo banker puts it succinctly. It isn't just endurance. its resilience. Where does the leaders resilience come from. Devotion authentically bentley and holy believing in your brand resilience is derived from an optimistic belief Our ability to persevere to have grit is a yin and yang circle. We work to achieve a positive goal in the future. And the view of the future motivates our work gorman refers to this aspect for executives as servant leadership inspiring leadership a lesson by I'm deeply in leadership. By example i've always been most comfortable in a player coach model and the popular term servant. Leadership has always resonated with me in this covid nineteen crisis. That means i want to be there for our people. I always try to be highly available and live in the field with our agents which is completely aligned. With how available are agents are for our clients and how available are broker. Owners and managers are for our agents after a couple of months in crisis. I've learned that. I need to lead. By example in a different way by making time and space for deep thinking we are rethinking. Everything we do and how we do it and that requires reflection as well as stretching our minds by contemplating things entirely unrelated to our business. It's hard for me to make time for myself. It has never been my strong suit. I'm wired to be responsive and of service. I've had to reframe this concept in my own mind as making time for my people by making time for solo contemplation. I've begun time blocking by taking a two hour. Walk every morning as the sun rises and before my household awakens. That has been a game changer for me and has inspired even more creative thinking across the team. Then we always rise to the challenge. During the two thousand eight crisis i saw agents and brokers change everything about their businesses. In order to thrive against all odds it was and still is inspiring to me. There are a lot of differences between that crisis and the cove nineteen crisis one of which is speed both speed of crisis and response watching and supporting our coldwell banker professionals as they rise almost instantly to this challenge lead by example and ground their crucial positively in facts and competencies honestly makes it easy for me to take share inspiration when the team and i communicate about rethinking our businesses challenging.

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Anton adaptable brokers. Make an agile market just as any brokerage that has been around at least twelve years. We've been through times of uncertainty. Before and this time we were more ready to adapt. Seasoned companies were prepared to act swiftly to reduce expenses and maximize cash flow to ensure they could get through this pause in the market having a flexible mindset. A bit of cash in the bank and a creative approach to solving problems is a big part of it. You can have all the plans in the world but resistance to change can be the biggest obstacle at times like these thankfully though throughout covid nineteen. We've seen the resilience and flexibility of the real estate industry across the board consumers have been adaptable and compliant as the industry scramble to ensure we were able to continue to serve them safely. They drove in separate. Cars wore masks and patiently waited if there was a one in one out policy. We've also seen people in the market become even more serious about the process and make decisions more efficiently. They're physically viewing fewer homes when appropriate embracing new technology and appreciating the high quality photography tours and tech that our industry has so beautifully inc. Smart and informed sellers are beginning to recognize that we can successfully show homes safely and even transact completely virtually in many many places the understand that inventory is very low right now and as a result it really is an incredible opportunity to list the assessing trends to stay ahead of consumer expectations as we keep a finger on the pulse of trends brokers and agents or seeing around the world we know something is working when the demand bubbles up from the end user when clients are asking for three detour for example clearly. That trend.

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Make the best predictions they can but it's up to each business owner to make the best decisions for themselves as i mentioned at the beginning. Don't take anyone forecast as gospel especially during a global pandemic as you evaluate and comprehend market predictions and trends stay true to your value proposition mission and vision as you react and adapt to market fluctuations to make the best decisions for your business to survive and thrive the clear values. You reviewed in chapter two came back again as we look at. These external forces gardner reminds us that no matter the forecasts. You're interpreting make decisions that stay true to your values. Your mission and your vision reacting to economic change is but one half of a solid plan to prevail. Strong brands must also evaluate their investments and structure to adapt to any market change. The next lesson comes from slightly outside the real estate. Realm rob ayman is the managing director of vector capital a private equity firm that gross entrance forms technology businesses rob directs vector.

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Brokerage and should be considered when analyzing expenses and investments of your pl when it comes to technology differentiating between a cost and an investment is key. It's easy to see a significant line item for technology as an expense. However if the roi is there isn't it..

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Investment decisions. A lesson by steve murray during a crisis brokerage leaders have to move swiftly to cut costs rather than taking a longer view of what to do with their infrastructure as they would under normal circumstances they move quickly to save quickly. This move is unfortunately an understandable businessess ity even to stay afloat however mistakes come when once past the immediate danger brokerage leaders. Don't take the time to ask if we weren't doing things the way we had been. How would we be managing after the initial quick cuts. It's vital to take a step back and look at the forest. Not just the trees. How can we better approach. Expenses versus investments both now during the covid nineteen crisis and any future times of uncertainty. That come our way examining expenses. As a result of the covid nineteen impact there are likely to main areas of operation. That brokerages are examining when it comes to their costs. The first is office space. It is the second largest corporate expense to a brokerage after employees wages. Brokerages will examine whether an office space is still necessary with the move to more virtual business practices. Many brokerages across the country had already moved to a hybrid model before the coronavirus pandemic and we can expect to see more of that as we now have a gate through an out of this crisis. A challenge for many brokerages has always been seeing the whole picture in a meaningful way to make better decisions. Capital allocation on time because of this brokerage leaders will also address the lack of seamless transition processing platforms from start to finish which ties to their back. End systems for financial analysis and forecasting having these systems in place could help identify weaknesses in their recruiting retention and productivity measurements measuring as a rule of thumb the key measurements to pay attention to especially when looking at roi our gross margin per agent ebitda per agent and marginal cost per agent and per transaction. Those are the key drivers of our y in any.

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Questions internally before you even begin when technology launches fail. It's because everyone is focused on the launch. Just like with a nasa mission. The takeoff isn't the end goal while software features and price are usually at the top of. Everyone's mind before you even make it. They're ensure you have a clear goal of what you want the software to accomplish for your business. This will not only help. Make your search easier but will make the on boarding and adoption of the technology that much stronger. Some crucial questions to answer. What is my goal for implementing this technology. What productivity impact do we want to see. Is my organization ready to manage the change. That comes with new software. Do i have enough staff to do the training and do we have the bandwidth to market it. Have we done this before. And did we do a good job. What can we internally improve this time around. Will the technology compliment my company culture. How will incorporate the new software into my culture. How will i get my managers involved and keep them involved. Adopting technology in a virtual world. Once you've answered those questions and selected your platform. There are a few things you can do to reach a high adoption rate. Even in the new virtual world we find ourselves in due to the covid nineteen crisis. One step at a time. How do you eat an elephant. One bite at a time. Your team has direction and deadlines and kpi's to hit but remember that the key to a successful technology launch is to take it one step at a time to stem change and you'll have to steer the ship rather than starting from scratch integrate the new technology with your existing processes as much as possible for example instead of training agent how to do a cma and then training them how to use the technology you have use the technology to train them how to do a c. m. said agents up for success by enabling them to take things one step at a time. The key to your training strategy should be small chunks of information that are more easily digested for example self paced learning we find that self paced learning especially when it is gamified through learning management system. Or lms of any kind is a really good way to get your agents more engaged..

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Ourselves our agents and our clients operating from a mindset of abundance is where everything is possible giving her agents not only the permission to think outside of the box but encouraging them to do so in our approach to our work is why we have been able to continue to think bigger. Don't settle for the same old stuff. One of the ways we are thinking. Outside of the box is by implementing our chase. Ready listing program. We've completely rethought. How homes hit the market by transforming the process to enable buyers to make an educated and confident decision quickly and remotely and backing the process with leading technology. This is just one of the most recent ways we've been able to cultivate a commitment to innovation not settling and sure enough. We've seen tangible results. Those listings are selling faster and often for more money because the homes are ready for a buyer to purchase strategies like these remove a lot of stress from the sellers buyers and agents and map to that unified goal. We've set it. Takes courage listen to the ever changing needs if your consumers and agents and act on it. It's always our goal to go above and beyond what is expected and we pride ourselves on being centers in the market. It takes courage to do. What other companies won't we believe that every action should foster collaboration and make a positive and lasting difference. In someone's life it all starts by shaking off fear of the unknown and not being afraid to think outside of the box. A positive view of the future especially in the midst of a crisis is to turn negatively on. Its head to think outside the box at some point during the daily press conferences and uncertainty. We've all wished for return normal. Let's face it though. Nothing great ever came from normal and cozy suggests don't settle for the same old stuff using crisis as an opportunity for creativity and innovation separates the winners from those with their heads in the sand. Take that same. Innovative outlook the combination of systems and values to your management agents like steve maria. Luda to sometimes you need to.

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"You're responsible for creating a culture that all people can operate in a common language and a set of beliefs. When you start to do that. What a great place to work you will have created it will attract the business and talent to create a perpetual growth machine for years to come. A strong sphere leads to a durable business. A fish doesn't hop from puddle. The puddle in order to breathe. If cold leads are puddles then relationships are see. They don't dry up coacher with methods like ninja selling that align with your core values innovate by fusing your values your technology and coaching to create superstar. Agents this is what innovation and the real estate industry looks like. Innovation is the combination of the. Why the how the what to empower and amazing who who was mastered this fresh way of thought with grit employs julie coach chief real estate officer at chase international brings innovative vision and commitment to technological solutions that surpass expectations for her agents. Thinking outside of the box. A lesson by julie coach. The real estate industry is resilient and tough. We've been through several downturns in the past. I was bounce back. But oftentimes those downturns lead to a need for more creativity. The goal should be to find ways to streamline your agents and their clients lives and make them easier and sometimes that requires leaders to think outside of.

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"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"By robots powered by artificial intelligence. We're forgetting that. The definition of technology is purely equipment designed from the practical application of knowledge. There's a word in there. That's very important equipment. Real estate technologies designed to equip and enable agent to do their job better than before it frees a brokerage to serve its market faster and more efficiently technology doesn't operate independently of humanity grid is demonstrated in a long term persistence to achievable. That doesn't mean someone with grit sits and waits for their wish to drop in their lap. It's the passion the drive to find the solution and regal.

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Add value when thinking about how to create a durable business for any future crises. Consider how you can add value for your agents your agents and their spheres are your greatest asset help them achieve their best by giving them the tools to succeed while encouraging them to remain human and always add value. The real value. That agents offer their sphere. Is there humanity. The trust the confidence the connection this holds more value for a buyer and seller than any pages statistics any home value estimate any instant offer this mindset is more valuable for an agent and broker then strategies rooted in fear and reaction or in automating the human interaction an agent's role today is to be the trusted adviser for their sphere a broker's role today is to be the trusted adviser for their agents it takes a growth mindset to stay agile anticipate the needs of your associates. Dan forsman closes out this chapter and this book with a lesson in leading with a growth mindset a reflection that brings elements from the entire into an.

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"The overall culture and performance of their agents reflects that crit back for all to see that cycle is what perpetuates longevity for a company resist disruptors and emboldens it to grow and scale into an unbeatable. Business few adults who grew up in north america seahawks balloon without thinking of one of the most well-known real estate brands remax adam kontos. Ceo of this leading franchiser begins this chapter on company culture and performance with a lesson on how to develop the habit of continuous improvement grid is passion and perseverance. Over a long period of time the habit of continuous improvement doesn't mean you never achieve a goal. It means that when you reach the bar immediately set a new goal and keep pressing forward developing a habit of continuous improvement. A lesson by adam kontos spend any time around top producers and high achievers and you quickly realize how many of them understand the importance of continuous improvement in real estate and other industries. If you're moving forward with a curious mind and hunger to be better tomorrow than you were yesterday you're positioning yourself. For long term impact and lasting success. Everything stems from that hunger. You see the power of taking action. You notice the compound effect of small incremental changes and you realize the good habits lift you up while bad habits. Hold you down personally. I frame my own improvement around routines and systems. I have a disciplined perspective shaped by military background so i thrive with structure and organization. I really wake up early. Spend time working out. Listen to podcasts or audiobooks and try to start each day with a win. The rest of my day is largely scheduled out. Although i stay flexible enough to deal with unexpected situations that need my attention. Ultimately i see time management as choice management and many choices often determine how much i can accomplish on any given day the top performers. I are intentional with their choices to their good decisions lead to good habits which usually result in very productive days. I also think it's critical to hunt for better ways and That's the drive. Behind innovation another critical ingredient of success. I work alongside brokers agents. Corporate leaders who accomplished many great things in their work and a hearty respect for innovation is a common thread among them to forward thinkers. The idea of doing things the way we've always done them is flat out unacceptable. They realized time waits for no one and better ways constantly emerge so they stay ready. Consider the experience of the covid nineteen crisis. Our industry was confronted with the limitations of social distancing and physical interaction. We all benefit from innovative systems and.

adam kontos Ceo america
"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"grit" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"Was ever a stellar candidate. For an industry requiring grit. It'd be real estate finding your value and driving that core strength to pursue long-term goals. That's grit and that will separate the vickers from the victims following any disruption. These stories were of course all collected in response. To one of the most up ending situations. Humanity has faced the global coronavirus pandemic however facing the mother of all disruptions enables us to see our industry as part of an even larger picture. The way we've responded and created our own paths to recovery will intern dictate how we respond to any challenge. The future brings these shared lessons. Herald us into an era of collaboration of healthy competition working to make every agent better and every brokerage a unique and valuable brand these lessons. Guide each of us personally and professionally to unlock a great power. Legendary leaders are heroes that built their vision from an origin story. They founded brands unclear values. They grew their company through dynamic leadership. Agile systems and innovative technology. The result is evident in an optimistic culture and impressive. measurable performance. Grit isn't something. We can just stick on like a bandage. Grit won't develop out of fear. Ignorance or retirements grit can't be mass. Produced man is not one size fits all grid is unlocked through dedication to a growth mindset relentless pursuit of your vision and dreams and is sustained by our deep relationships..

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