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"j.  " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"That gives me great great hope lacquer ties into my last question is this is a pity vendors. Tako takeover the foundations. Podcast why did foundation agree to partner with pd inventors. Well i think there's you know if you think about what it really takes to succeeding you. It's it's folly to magin that one organization is is going to be you know is is the one and only organization that needs to exist to make this happen. I mean just by step whole back and think of one subset of needs which is better treatments there. There are three big entities just in that part of the space. There's government funding in early stages in academia there's fox funding which is highly strategic that is bridging on a basic science. And teeing it up for in the translational space to get it into the clinic at We often our funding in phase. One a little bit face to even and then there's pharma and that's that's before that's just to get a drug approved. Then you have other entities that need to get it to to patients and make it give accessible and affordability so you you. It's just folly to imagine that any success is gonna come by a single entity. And when i think of the role that a lot of Patient organisations way it. It's really Critical for us to reach as far as we can and so working with smart people who are motivated who seek who want to be informed and want to figure out which of these things i can do to really make a difference. We need those kinds of partnerships. And so it it. It's a no brainer. So debbie We gotta get michael. Decide up a pdf venture. So how are you gonna help us do that. Well you know i. He's he's what everybody in spirit on these things and it's just you know it's really. It's a stunning thing for me. To have seen over the years. How many tugs come on his shirt and you know and to remind folks. He's had parkinson's now for thirty years. And so you know. I said before. Everybody can't do everything. And i think it's fair to say he's tunnel bot and let him pick what he's gonna do but please no he's with spirit and we're here and and so I think If you want a role model for an adventure is the original. We're standing on his shoulders. Appreciate all that. He's done to bring us out of the shadows. I have often said that. That without the michael j. fox foundation we would still be lost somewhere back in eighteen. Seventy and we are so very grateful to all that you have done and what michael has done to literally bring us out of the dark and let people know that we exist out. There's more that we need to thank you. And i know that he he. He takes very seriously that the appreciation of that and he took it very seriously stepping into the role. He thought a lot about He he he wanted to do something but he thought a lot about. What's what's the right thing to do. Where could he bring the most value. I think that's an important journey for anybody who wants to get a gauge. You know it's hard not to be tempted to want to do everything and the at the fox. Why should we really. We work hard on that too. I think part of our strengthened successes come from staying very you know very everything. We do has a connection to the goal of speeding drug development and better achievements and sometimes it may not be so obvious. But i assure you everything we're doing is in service of that and takes every ounce of energy we have and i think individuals there's a. There's a similar herald l. in that kind of process in. Obviously i'm looking at people on on screen as we record this and i see people who have done so many things you know so people can juggle and make their choices. But those prioritization are critical so that we don't isn't that we're rational and sober about where we can make the biggest impact. And and i. I couldn't be more grateful or being the person who happened to be the one that michael at the time and to help him realize his vision but i do think tim that he feels a great responsibility and felt a real opportunity to be part of the community by taking those steps. Thank you thank you. Debbie michael foundation for your passion commitment and dedication to get this done. We really do appreciate appreciate your time as well tonight. Names goodness it's my pleasure. Thanks debbie this. Awesome out one of the things to keep in mind about research and sonia. Tim you can talk about. This too is up. People with parkinson's need to help out. They need to raise their hands and participate Because it doesn't get done without us it is actually true without us. There cannot be any better treatments courage. Assistant work that way. The research community needs to partner with patient community to make that happen. We continue that were important in research so we need to really encourage one another end to ourselves involved in research wherever whenever we can and we're not just about research about research and advocacy and wellness and many of the organizations around the world touch on two or three of those pillars as well The pedia vendors are inspiring change around the world as it relates to research now dundee university in scotland. One of our new partners decided to dedicate a hundred percent of their research efforts to parkinson's projects in canada. The pacific parkinson's research institute helps fund. Pd research at the university of british columbia next week. We're going to explore six more organizations re under the advocacy banner and three dedicated to wellness. Will you guys ready to that. Absolutely signed me up. I know you. You'll be like don't push ups getting ready. Lord have jimmy choi screaming in your ear. My god come on three more or fifty more. I do wanna also acknowledge. Sharon kirscher twitchy woman for inspiring this these episodes of the podcast because she did this on her on her own for the her support groups where she invited to different organizations into explaining what they're all about and we thought it was such a great idea that we could. We could do it here too. And so we. We want to thank her for that. You can learn more about the twitchy woman and michael j. fox foundation and all these organizations at pd avengers dot com. And while you're there you might as well just sign up to be a pd avenger mighty. How all right. We'll talk to you next week. This is the michael j. fox foundation podcast on behalf of everyone at the foundation and the pd avengers. We we wish you well and we will talk to you again soon. Did you enjoy this. Podcast shirt with a friend or leave a review on i tunes. It helps listeners. Like you find and support our mission. Learn more about the michael j. fox foundation at michael j. fox dot. Org thanks for listening. This is michael j. fox. Thanks for listening to this. Podcast learn more about the michael. J. fox foundation's work and how you can help. Speed cure and michael j. fox dot org.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"And i had the pleasure. Speaking with her cure. Parkinson's Is an organization that was founded back in two thousand and five by four individuals with parkinson's who wanted to really put some energy behind research into a cure and at that particular time the landscape the research landscape was pretty bleak. A number of big pharmaceutical companies had left left parkinson's just as that drugs were coming off patent. It wasn't making sense for them to be active in the space and there've been a number of studies that hadn't Hadn't been successful. And i think we felt that more needed to be done to really focus the effort towards secure sat impact on the type of research that you now fund very much so the research that we fund is is very much focused on trying to slow down the disease to stop it or reverse it But the re-met for our starch committee who evaluate all our research projects Is that the project needs to in the clinic. That means a phase two clinical trial within five years of funding. Because actually what we want to be able to do. Make a difference to people living republicans. Now what sort of research is on the horizon. for care. parkinson's we have all international link clinical trials program and we walk in collaboration with vinyl receptions. To change each year we pull together a group of ideas With very very strong biochemical evidence on these drug ideas that could move into into clinical trials. It is very active and thriving program with now sixteen trials of ict drugs that are happening around the world. A not all of those funded by us. Some of those are funded by our partners. But for me those meetings. The magic is because we have Partner funders in the room with us but particularly michael j. fox an h also join us partisans. Canada parkinson's uk And and that adds a dynamism but most importantly we will have people living with parkinson's at the table. How do you feel the patients fit into this. Whole clinical trial process. It's feick important. The people with parkinson's are embedded in in all projects. Right from the start. They can really help shape the thinking but also in terms of viability and practicality particularly now as we're moving into an era where a hybrid trials being designed which involves more home visits. We've we've got to be really mindful of making the clinical trial experience for people with parkinson's as positive as it can be and make sure that they feel as if they are very much included in the process as part of the clinical study team as participants not as subjects but as participants proactive participants. On that journey. That that's that's a great way of summarizing I i really think that that aligns with what. Pd ventures is all about as well and speaking of media vendors you've been an extremely supportive encouraging and guiding force for us. Thus far for me pd avenge is is such an important movement. This is about raising the profile of parkinson's nationally internationally and locally the high the profile of parkinson's the greater the chance we will attract government interest and with that government investment and with that government investment. It's not just in the curative research agenda. But it's also in the wellness research that is urgently-needed And i think it is also making sure that parkinson's is on the agenda globally with the. Who with the un you know. People have parkinson's in every country round the world and that health inequality is palpable. It's time that we raise the profile of parkinson's it's time we all work together to do that. Each of us of course have have are in areas especially -ality but we will all benefit if parkinson's becomes a health priority. Hell is such a great advocate and leader and supporter. But we're doing it's great if she's actually the catalyst for what we're doing. She's the one that made the initial call saying. What do people think. That book ending bargains disease. Let's get some folks together dog about he asked. I think we do have to thank for that and you can learn more about your apartments in by going to their website. Parkinson's dot or dot uk. Yeah go to that website and then go to our website. Pedia vendors dot com and sign up to be a pedia vendor. While we're often running. Well run walk by box. It doesn't matter larry. Just move your body. We'll deferring move on to wellness tim. Michael j. fox foundation has been a major influential player in all three pillars that the pdf ventures have committed to as you may know the michael j. fox vanishes largest private thunder parkinson's research having raised more than one billion dollars in finding innovative and at times high risk researched. So it's my pleasure to be here today to talk. Deputy brooks co founder and ceo than jeff. Welcome debbie and thank you for allowing us to take over the podcasts and yeah so excited to be with you guys today. The foundations are celebrated twenty years. And as a co-founder what stands out for you as it relates to how fox condition came to be sometimes Michael nice standing on the sidelines at a board meeting or at a staff holiday party and we just look at each other. How did this happen. I like i think about it. And i realized with michael especially how could not happen any. He's been first of all before he was kind of out and and connecting in the community and shared his diagnosis had kind of indirectly kind of volunteer by raising his hand. He's known to be warm and inspirational and optimistic. But as you get to know him you also catch very quickly. How why is he is and you know i. It wasn't a shocker. To me that he would be able to bring such gifts to any undertaking on the one hand. There's a part of me. That's not surprised. Because of michael. I before i will. I can't. I can't stress it enough of this. Was the debbie brooks foundation for parkinson's research. We'd be nowhere so there's just no denying it but at the same time There's a magical mix of what What we ended up building at the fox That patient centric passion and the scientific grounding and the business oriented approach that i think has Has delivered some beyond our expectations than so and yet i have to say look at it i think and we are not done yet and there is much more to be doing and i think that's what keeps us engaged and excited and motivated and even.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Get started tab in take action on your screen. Studies also recruiting people diagnosed with parkinson's in the last two years who are not take medications yet can learn about the ppi clinton delinked in the resource list in help. Spread the word about the ppi to the rank to share. Is michael j. facts. That reflects ppm i. That's michael defects dot org reg ppm on so mark i'm going to have you kicked this segment segment often hit because of your recent participation in the ppm i helping Not only me. But the community abroad as a yearbook mirror One of the things that is so frustrating. But we can't feel like you can't do anything parter on making z's co away But there is in a way Realized that we're in it for a while and that is participating in clinical trials. And i was fortunate that when timers rank for us and i was available but the ppm. I just opened And i was looking actress. People colty which they are again does so. I signed up. And it's been a very helpful to me too well that i'm benefiting the parkinson's community and cooper's point Only one native binding year from this. And it's the been amazing.

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"j.  " Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

"Old enough to know better. But you're still young enough to say will why not so i make the call. I get a call back and before you know it. there's my granddaughter. Sitting at the desk of president. Barack obama said no taking the pigeon because she had a dream. She wanted to know what it felt like. This is my way of not just saying the words but showing her. This is what permission to dream. Feels like and you know the crazy thing man. We wrap it up. We get ready to leave. And the president of the united states says to my granddaughter. Will you know what if you do real good in school and you do everything. You'll pompous in about thirty years. This could be yours right there right there. She said to him no is twenty eight and a half man. I created a monster. But you know what again. That's what gives me such tremendous for the future man and let me say one more thing. Patrick if i cannot take a lot of time but this to your point about some of us who are little bit older down the road a lot of that and who might feel like oh man i can't it will never happen. I'm too old. Yeah well you know what always talked to folks about a gun in break crop then. They might not ring a bill but he started a little company called mcdonald's he started dead at fifty six years of age. Another guy named john pembleton name may not ring a bill. But i bet you consumed this product. He created something called coca cola what he was fifty eight harland sanders also known as the colonel didn't sell this first piece of chicken till he was sixty two. So how old is too old. Okay let's take that off the table a right. This has been done before sir but now it's our turn you and the book with this chapter that i really love because anybody can follow this vice and begin to do exactly what you're telling us to do you say this is the epilogue. It's brush your teeth and change your life in two days to end the interview. I love for you to give us that methodology of how we can in two days brushing our teeth which is good. You gotta brush your teeth. We can change our lives. That started out as a homework assignment that i gave the high school middle school students all across the country but again it's something we all do it when you do it as backup for second in the field. I'm assuming you saw the pursuit of happiness enrique. Here's guy driving this red ferrari and i go up to ask two questions what you do in. How do you do that with as a new two questions while you're looking at that person mira while you're brushing your teeth. Ask yourself if. I could walk through a door tomorrow morning and be doing anything in the world. What would it looked like would feel like what would it smell like. What would it tastes like. Engage all your senses and then ask yourself the second question. What did i do today to make tomorrow habit. Did i move the dial one notch. Did i take one baby step towards what it is. I say i really wanted to do in. The answer is own you. Did i move the notch again to think about that. Just one notch. Did i take one baby step if the answer is no. That's not really what you wanna do. You what i thought about this chapter because i love this and this is. It's like you can do this. Everybody can do this. I used to live in brazil people in brazil. Brush your teeth like eight times a day. So if you're a brazilian you're gonna have a lot of progress in your life because if you do this every time you brush your teeth. They're very good about oral hygiene for some reason but this is something everybody can do. So chris. i wanna thank you so much for being here if you wanna check out your stop and go to chris gardner media dot com and the name of the book is permission to dream. Chris gardner thanks for being here. No brother thank you had to get. I'm looking forward to see you and new york city so you baby foam Big news we now have a brand new website so head over to foam sapiens dot com. Where you can listen to past episodes learn more about the show and find out how to advertise also head over to spotify where you can find and follow playlists of the best of the show. You can also connect with me on instagram. At patrick j mcginnis on twitter at pj mcginnis and on linked in. I'd love to hear from you so don't be shy. Almost sapiens is recorded in new york. City theme. music is by mike. Mcginnis and editing and post production is by josh l. Stroke if you like today show please be sure to rate it recommended to your friends. And as always you can find the homo sapiens. Dot com and patrick mcguinness dot com advertisement homo sapiens..

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"j.  " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Oh talking about who should consider getting db s a deep brain stimulation surgical procedure for parkinson's and we'll cover how the procedure works. What someone may expect after the surgery and the latest advancements on this research would through a lot of cool things that are happening in the world. We have a lot to discuss. So let's get started later. Due to our panel today dr kelvin. Chow is the clinical professor of urology at the university of michigan medical school that he is also the site investigator of the michael j. fox foundation landmark studies parkinson's progression markers initiative. Better known as p m i at the university of michigan. He is a researcher and has written a book on db s. Welcome to today's webinar. Tie thanks for having me. Jim nez chief people officer and general counsel at the michael j. fox foundation. He was diagnosed with parkinson's disease in two thousand and had dvd surgery in early. Two thousand eighteen his spouse donald moss and animal rights. Advocate is also here with us today. Welcome thanks and we have dr julie. Hemans shaheed the medical director of the movement disorders neuro modulation and brain circuit therapeutics at the icahn school of medicine. The mount sinai new york. She leads the registry for the events with db s parkinson's disease or our d. dash. Pd talk about more more a little bit later. Let's get started with the questions. What is deep brain stimulation. Doctor she said concert with a doctor pickle. Dr absolutely thanks for having me on this I think deep brain stimulation is a very exciting therapy. It's actually been around for a long time for treating parkinson's disease but what it is is a surgical treatment that is actually the most common surgical treatment used these days to manage parkinson's symptoms. It's like a pacemaker. For the brain. So if you think about a pacemaker. In the heart the wires are in the heart of regulate the the heart circuits But here we have a deep brain stimulator delivers a small electrical current into those deep brain structures that are controlling movements and by doing that. It can really kind of block signals that are associated with some of the symptoms of parkinson's disease tremor and stiffness and certain walking imbalanced problems and when we kind of get that stimulation just right for an individual patient we can see all kinds of improvements in holly just the primary parkinson's symptoms but also some of the treatment complications such as the just caniggia's and the fluctuations and maybe even the tremor that wasn't responding well to medications voter shoe took them specifically does does not help. Yes i think. The best way to think about deep brain stimulation is that it. Actually in most cases helps the symptoms. That are helped by leonova or the medications that you would take and so when people have parkinson's disease and go on for a long longer period of time and are treated with liba they might have what we call on and off states where you take the medication and after about a half an hour medication kicks in and then many of your symptoms improve like the tremor the stiffness lowness blocking problems etc on. Then you're considered a non-state and then maybe before your next dose medication. Wears off. In the tremor stiffness lowness all those types of symptoms. Come back yet. Well a deep brain stimulation basically makes you feel like you're on your on state Throughout the entire day so symptoms that respond to liba are the symptoms that are responding to deep brain stimulation if it doesn't respond to leave bud than in. Typically it doesn't it will not respond to stimulation either. The one exception to that rule is tremor at there are many patients who may have a tremor in which you take high doses of these get without a but it doesn't respond a bendy print stimulation will help. But that's the way about how how help you. Yes so if you have extreme differences between neurons offs and it's impacted by but then you probably are good candidates exactly great now Who should consider db s and win is a good time to get db s. Let's bring in our other guest to jimmy donny. What what may jim good candidate for db s well I would say you know i I had symptoms at responded to methadone. First and second tremor and stiffness and i gay in speed of movement. I say brady can you for short too. And then you know the one made e change or get the surgery wise. I was taking a ton of pills. Day and i was dependent on that wherever i went. I carried my parkinson's medication with me. If i was on a trip or something for work i would always. Have you know medicine with me. All the time and i just wanted to break the cycle of continued dependence on medication and my doctor ridden on my symptomology was Maybe a good candidate so we went ahead with. Also you were the right for. That's who let's talk about that a little bit more. dr should head a sheriff's some more information about the viable candidates. Is there an age limit. Yeah that's a common question that we get. I think that You know generally speaking. They're not as specific as lament forgetting deep brain stimulation with that. The main things that we're looking for our weather patients have had you know as described Were describing the the fluctuations that are up In the refractory tremor But we do know that as people get older they can have other medical conditions and potentially other sort of risk factors that might affect their sort of response to the surgery itself into there might be a different surgical as risks associated with patients who are older and so we do want to make sure that those are all investigated appropriately but there really isn't a strength at age cutoff or one of the symptoms that his bothersome for a lot of people especially with wild pd who are still the work field is is sort of the the. The decline of the executive functioning is.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Go for it. You're y is your fuel your. Why is your charge. If it's got no charge in the battery and if it's got no fuel tank it's going nowhere. This is what will happen when people come into this without that strong enough. Why so we would absolutely completely start with the why then. I wanna get them focused. I wanna do a little bit of future pacing and understand where it is that they want to be. What does that look like. What does the future look like for you. Where are you going. We wanna create that excitement. We maybe wanna take some notes on what it is and where we're going most importantly the why we're doing this because there's going to be times where it gets hard. There's going to be times where you're on the last hours of that deal. And someone decides to pull out someone decides not to sign or this or that or something happens or maybe something comes up in the inspection report that reveals a whole bunch of stuff that we didn't want to hear it's that moment right there when you're having to go back and double down that you want to pull out that why you want to give it a really good solid read and make sure that you're in line with that wise like oh yeah because i said i was going to make a difference for all these people because i said i'm growing this. I said i'm doing this right. Load yourself up with seven eight different wise give yourself the absolute best fuel the unlimited fuel by giving your selfless wise knowing. Why you're doing it. That's definitely where i'd start right right. That's so amazing advice because not a lot of people come from that you know some people enter this just because they think of freedom and lots of money and how much of we don't want to say well you know what like there is some freedom and i find it freedom in the form of doing what i want and creating a life that is created by me..

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Podcast this is your host jamie. Jay and i'm juiced to be able to share a very special episode here in that. I had the distinct privilege and opportunity. Go on a recent podcast for a group calling breadwinner of xp realty in prince. George british columbia where he grilled me. and call. and i love you for grilling me. He actually has some really great questions as to how to take your real estate business to the next level. Some hopeful tips tricks and strategies of really how to make twenty twenty one the year of grosso. Instead of me going on live. I'm going to share this podcast here with you today on this episode of the jaime j. Podcast south georgia came all.

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"j.  " Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...

Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"j. " Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...

"Mirabella v sue wonderful to behold time space from the infinitessimal to the infinite tethered to reality by only one thing and immortal language latin. So wait till hello. You are an m move the p. Oddly visa person and i j plus today i am nocturnal What does nocturnal mean. I'm glad i asked. Let's lean on. Latin shall we nocturnal derives from the latin word knock tournus belonging to the knights and knocks knocked us the night. Join me if you will una brief walk of whimsey unless you're driving a vehicle operating heavy machinery or studying for your cha-cha finals all. It will take a dollop of imagine imagination and a warm mental coat. I make sure you have tidied your curriculum. Your room and eating your spirit mid hobby lease under a spiral of broccoli. Then politely say to my tear in potter. I'm editor go soon. I walk therefore i am if they say. What do you mean you say. I am feeling nocturnal. They will understand. They may even give you a crust jhelum. Cookie now walk. Walk like the wind. I we must open the puerta. The cates there. Look it is to sue the forest. It is a knox some rain A clear serene night. Let's gather our bearings. Now shall we could idea to you. Remember your directions. of course you do. September throw north media's south oriented east and okay dens west but wait. Why do we call. North sept ten trio Our latin dictionary friends lewis short. Tell us that. September three ot refers to the seven stars near the north pole called also the wayne w. a. i n. And the great or little bear. Our friends at miriam. Webster tell us this. It's from the latin septem- preez plural the seven stars of ursa major or ursa minor. And that's from septum. Seven plus gronya's meaning well plowing sin look to the northern knights skies for the of september. Three onell the latin sept ten three ona's refers to the seven stars in major that make up the big dipper or sometimes to the seven stars and some minor that comprised the little dipper because of the reliable northerly presence of these stars. Some ten three. Onus was extended to mean northern quarter of the sky or simply the north hence are borrowed adjective some ten three ot meaning northern so apparently ursa major or ursa minor are lingering around like oxen near the northstar. Polaris polaris comes. From the latin stella. Polaris the pollstar way. I just say stella. I'll bet your answer is stellar stella. Means star sodas the latin word ostrom a. s. t. r. u. m. and so does the latin word see us as i d u s. So many stars tonight so many constellations behold behold now mater. Posture might ask you. What is a constellation. But you already know. Con- can mean with and stella his star you my. Mvp are now an astronomer. We have the latin word us throw enormous to guide us through. The knox died night. Shh let's enjoy the celestial wonder of it all celeste. Joan spirals back to the latin word. Shalem or kyle's home meaning heaven and it is so heavenly here. Look look a lunar light. The moon in latin moon is luna. Then we look over there in the bright moonlight. Oh it's a little puppy dog a little too. Poppy let's go pet the little tempus and magister. J. fogy moose. Basically that means time flies and so do is that said. It's now time for the magister. Janet key cab yary knock tournus belonging to the night and knocks knocked us the night. Imagine that ceo imagination kubica lem room speed mirabilis. Wonderful spiral. chris jhelum cookie. By forest. knox serena a clear serene night and here. It comes every month september. Three hundred north midi south or orients east west well done stella polaris polaris the pollstar stellar ostrom and seed us all mean star it it you. Behold behold ostro enormous astronomer shalem or column heaven luna moon and tempus forget which means time flies. I'm calling you my terrific listeners. M the believe these people. Oh yeah and most valuable players so until next time whatever time is join me again. Mvp's for another thrilling right on the time cart and remember. None perot scola said pro vita not for school but for life..

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Details right off their website. You can find them there, but he lay below for. You have a lovely day. Good Luck Luck. Thirty seconds. A minute of your Tom to add value changes the customer experience. Completely, and it's adding value to the customer. And it's about making sure that. You deliver that service whether they buying for you or not. Just because they're not blind from you, it doesn't mean you deliver service to them. And it's one thing that I'll see in business. With customers, even internal customers in big businesses between departments. When they died, deliver the service. They do to customers at sort of the business that hold on the same level. It's the same. People are going to big business in. You got at one place. You just lost guy to that Palmer. Does people because that was friendly? That was help no matter what. In that they always really helpful. And then you guys now whenever guys to see that other person because she never helps in luck, that's. Internal so's everybody's seen that in big business. It's literally bad just adding value, and that's the one thing that you Kotler Sauna. When you delivering Custos, others think it's disgraceful in the difference between Goodson and full service is ninety millimetres sometimes. Honest to God, right, what will drive absolutely outstanding culture? Everything is number one. It's starting from that place. Respect what that tells me with that company like I say it's a big company. We're not going to name names here because that's not cool. It's a big company, but what that tells me. Is there something fundamentally broken within that company? If that's the level of service that's allowed to be? Allowed to carry on allowed to go on allowed to happen as business as normal. That tells us that there's something else. That's fundamentally wrong or fundamentally broken. What's really cool about that is? There is an opportunity to fix it right here. Remember me I'm the Opportunity Guy. I'm always looking for the opportunity, and even just thinking that right now. I got a physical surge to me because I'm like. Oh my God how. How lucky is that company? Because they've got an opportunity to make some changes, they've got an opportunity to step it up and do so much better, but it makes me think about that internal culture, right? What's really going on? What's being allowed to happen or what's being demonstrated right from the top to really have those people thinking? Hey, that's okay to treat customers like that. Right what we have to do Mickey. Mickey landed on something. That's probably one of the most valuable things that any business owner. Any business operator absolutely completely needs to know. Create an amazing fucking raving fan culture inside the business, and that will show up on the outside when your people are happy when they're fulfills when they're absolutely loving what they're doing. They're joyous to show up for work right. They're having a ball. They're actually excited every time they. They were like yeah. I get to go into work today. That's awesome. This is what we're looking to do and guess what it is a very small shift..

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The Jamie J Podcast

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Life has an incredible way of giving us exactly what we need for me recently. That need that absolute desire was knowing that I had to move on that if I wanted to get my business. The business that I know is so incredibly important to me that if I wanted to get that business up. Running launched and really crushing it. I had to make some pretty serious decisions now. A lot of that decision came from the amazing program that I had attended over the last three days last week it was Kirwin raised nail. It and scale it man this program it rocked my freaking world. I don't say that lightly I've been exposed to a lot of stuff. Heck lot of you know. I've worked with the Tony Robbins Company. Hell I've been one of their master and platinum coaches. I've been one of Tony's business results trainers who takes what Tony shares in business mastery and trains it out to clients. I've seen some pretty awesome stuff out there and Kirwin stepped it up to that next level. He showed me what was possible. He got right into the weeds. He got really clear on what steps needed to be taken for me to actually take my business to take my business and scale it to the level that I've always wanted to. I started my business back in late. Two thousand fourteen officially incorporated it back in two thousand fifteen and it's been something that's kind of been one of those things that's been on the back burner. It's always been there. I've worked with people. I've had clients for many many many years and what I recognize. Is this Jamie. You're playing small. You've got to stop doing that Shit. And you've got to get into the place where you're actually making the real true impact that you need to make. This was a game changer. For me and Kirwan's program pushed me to do that. I'll tell you why because there was always something missing for me it was that exact strategy mindset mindset is critical and I'm never going to take away from mindset hell I do a whole program on mindset called the gospel of your mind but what this was all about for me is number one recognizing the actual bio mechanics the quantum mechanics string theory involved in y your body feels what it feels in the actual manifestation of creating a state of creating positively of actually creating that desire that desire for money to actually come to you yes. There is science based behind this. That was a big Game Changer. For me the other thing though is really getting into the weeds and understanding what had to be done. Current shared such practical knowledge with me that once I had seen it quite literally once I had seen I can never unsee it. It was something that was epic. It was game changing and I knew quite literally man. I can never go back. I can never keep doing the same thing over and over and over because I'm going to quickly recognize that I'm frustrated that I'm not happy that I'm dissatisfied in what I'm doing not GonNa take anything away from the Tony Robbins Company. It's been a great company to work with. I've met some amazing clients. It has been an absolute Russian. My Life for me to recognize my full true potential. My full absolute capacity. I had to step the faulk up. It was absolutely time for me to change shit up and that's what happened at two. Am last Friday morning. What's really cool about this? Is there was a challenge issued and it was that challenge. That really got me thinking outside. I had taken all this knowledge in. It was three days of intense pack knowledge. I'm sure you've all heard the saying out there. It's like drinking from the fire. Hose with Kirwin. There was no fucking hose. It was like drinking directly from the hydrant itself. This man he stepped up he served. He delivered the team. The team big show to the. Kt Team you guys fucking amazing. They stepped up. They made this event to never ever ever forget. Here's the best thing about it. It was all done virtual now. Who says that WHO becomes a raving fan off of a virtual summit? I'm sticking my hand up right now. I know you can't see me. But I'm sticking my hand up right now and saying fuck yes. I am an absolute raving fan of this virtual summit because it filled all the gaps for me it was that actual practical knowledge. I mean we went and we created e books. We created a full five video marketing sequence. That I'm in the process of putting up right now. We talked about the nurture email structure. Exactly how everything's gotTa work and guess what there's not a whole lot of selling their guys. This was a big takeaway. It's about the selling. It's truly about the serving. That's one of the big pieces that stuck out for me. Current didn't make it about the selling it all. It wasn't about selling it. As a matter of fact he said don't make it about selling. Remember that you are the prize. You're the one your the thing that people desire. Keep that in your mind just having that there. That was a complete total reframe for me because I got thinking like fuck. I am the prize. I have this shit ton of knowledge in my head and it's my duty. It's my absolute duty to get this out there to share it to go make a difference for the people that need this knowledge and to do it. I had to go full time. I had to really double down on my business. Because I'll be honest I was always telling myself those bullshit stories Jamie. You don't have the time right. You've got to deal with the robins clients. You've got to do this. You've got to do that. You just don't have the time to do all that shit Friday morning at two. Am THE GAUNTLET. Dropped quite literally. It was the change in everything. I stepped away from that certainty right that you know that that money. That's coming in and trust me. It wasn't a ton of money. Ray gave some certainty in in that aspect. What I did those. I got certain in myself. I wasn't holding onto all what was or what could be or. Oh I'M GONNA I'M GONNA have this money coming in. I recognize that I can do so much more on my own. My clients the clients that have worked with me for a long time. They've proven that to me. Why because they come back they see the massive value they take the massive foxing action and achieve their outcomes and achieve their results. I'm going to share this with you if you've ever thought about doing this on your own. I'M NOT GONNA say jump right in. I'm not going to jump right in but what I want to tell you to get really clear on the impact that you're about to have step into it really go to that place eliminate all that doesn't serve you. You can do this in your mind. Easily and effortlessly. Go to that place where you've already achieved all that you're setting out to achieve see it in your mind's eye and see how it resonates with you. What do you see? Where are you? Is it five years? Ten Years in the future is at one year in the future. Whatever it is. Go to that place where you now know that you've achieved everything you've ever wanted to achieve see it clear as faulk get it in your mind myself. When I did this exercise last Wednesday morning man I saw myself I would just finished speaking on stage. I walked off stage. My there's a frigging Red Ferrari outside go figure right. Red Ferrari but here I am. I opened the door. I noticed the texture of the leather. I could see the stitching. I can see the clarity. I could literally smell the smell of that car as I sat into it. I got right fucking clear on where my outcome was. And that led me to this place here. Now what am I doing with all this stuff? I've got some amazing programs coming out that I'm going to be sharing but before I even talk about that. I WANNA send out an invite. This is a partial invite but this is also a partial challenge in facebook. I've started a group of actually had the group for a while. It's called insiders elite. This is really truly an elite group of people. If you're looking to take on some of this knowledge if you're looking to get the inspiration if you WANNA call it that if you're looking to have some radical fucking accountability to achieve your outcomes and your goals if you need that final kick in the ass to get to that place where you know you need to be than you deserve to apply for this group. This is very much an application process. There are some questions that you'll have to answer to get in there because this group is all about radical accountability every single week. There are challenges. And you are expected to participate. Get this group isn't for everyone for those people who want to sit back and chill and just see what everyone else does. That's not what it's about. This is about stepping the fuck up and helping each other out stepping the fuck up and declaring what it is that you're now about to step into something magical happens when you do that when you actually declare it and you make it real you get that shit done. This is impactful. This is important and this might just be the exact kick in the ASS that you've been waiting for that you've needed to get your project to get your passion project out there. I want to challenge people. If you're up for the challenge if you're up for the task step up and do it get into that place. Go apply for the Group. It is outstanding and it will quite literally. Change Your Life. My life changing decision was to get on my path. My life changing decision was to absolutely believe in myself to get totally certain on my outcomes. My desires my passions and bring that shit to life. Why because sitting in my head? It's not doing any good getting it out to each and every one of you making a difference in your lives is exactly what needs to happen with this knowledge. Stay tuned. I'm going to be hearing more about this in the upcoming editions of the Jaime J. Podcast.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"The past contentious some amazing lessons if we're not paying attention to that if we're not really listening and listening to those clues listening to what the past has around us. Men were missing out on an incredible opportunity opportunities. Hey I'm the opportunity guy after all and what I seek out and what I look for is opportunities most importantly opportunities to learn from. Maybe what I've done before that no longer serves right now. Our past has some key key lessons that we can learn from it and as we're learning what we've also got to do is remember not to live in the past. We all know that the past doesn't equal the future but the past is meant for us to learn from for us to gain knowledge for us to seek out the higher meaning the higher importance the higher learnings that it offers us. That's really what the past four. It's not to sit and commiserate and get stuck in those negative feelings those negative emotions or those negative thoughts. It's really to take a look at it and say okay. What did I do that? Maybe didn't work out as well as it should. There's that word and I hate using that word but let's take a look at it. What maybe didn't work out the way it should. What's going to work out the way that it must? The past gives us those clues the passed tunes us in to all that amazing knowledge. And if we're listening for it if we're being careful not to judge ourselves if we're listening to the past and making sure that we're getting the absolute most out of it than we have won the past when utilized properly the past when double down on an information extracted out of it when we take all the amazingness and we get to move forward. That's when we really win the past. Isn't that place for looking for all the things that we did wrong so that we can beat ourselves up. No that's not what it's all about at all. The past gives us clues. The past gives us all those amazing clues and we have to be those people we have to get that curiosity on we have to get that. Curiosity mindset onto say. Okay what can I do? It's even more impactful. That's going to leave a bigger difference. That's going to make an even bigger impact. That's what the past is so great for so many people they wanna live in that place. They want to look in that place of all. That's gone wrong and all that's happened to them. Stop doing that Shit. Stop being in that place where you're looking at the past to lead you forward. That doesn't help and that doesn't get you what you want. The past is there to guide us. Forward don't live in the past. The future is what's ahead where we can live though is right now. So one of the things that we've got always remember too is that we've got to remember to take care of our mental mindset. We've got to take care of our physical health. We've to make sure that we're on top of it you know we've got this virus going on right now and many people might even to the Kroto and virus but really what's going on right now. Is that when we've built that physical health when we've taken care of that physical health along with our mental health when we've got that locked down we're able to put up with stuff like this not just put up with it but absolutely thrive in these times? This is the world giving us a challenge. This is that world giving us that challenge to see if we're really up for it. The only way to do that is along with taking care of that mental mental toolbox. That you've got upstairs is to also take care of that physical body. It is mental emotional spiritual. We've got to bring it all into that and we've got to take care of ourselves. The most important thing that we can do is ensure that we're in a place a space in a time where we are healthy. Take care of yourself as well find the extra space the extra time to really focusing on your body. Yeah a lot of us. We don't have the gym right now. We don't have a lot of that stuff going on right now and you know what that's okay because ultimately we can find the things that we can get out. We can go for those walks. We can engage our physical bodies as long as we're taking some sort of action in order to achieve our ultimate outcome. What we're doing. It is mental. There's that mental aspect of it. Yes we have to tell ourselves that word. We have to use that Gospel in our mind. That says yes you can do it. You can get out. You don't have to restrict yourself into those four walls and as long as you do that as long as you're engaging your body you're building up dot strength within to be able to take on anything anytime anywhere virus or no virus. We've got this without your health. You've got nothing. That health is absolutely everything above and beyond mindset above and beyond everything. Health is the most important thing. Take care of your body. Take that time to respect your body because your body is your temple. Take that time to figure out what's really working for you. If you're finding that you've got those couple extra pounds on maybe now with all the extra time you've got you've got some extra time to go ahead and get out for those walks. Due to sit ups do push ups do something. That's creating that health in your life. Health is the most important thing you have. Don't think of it as something little. Think of it as the most important thing. Look at these people on their bikes amazing. They're taking care of their health looking them. All that is outstanding. And that's what we're looking to do there even practicing a little bit of social distancing there. It's absolutely amazing. Look health is it. Health is where it's at get that mindset around that get comfortable with health get comfortable with doing those push ups sit ups those even just don't squats whatever. It is. Take that time to incorporate that into your life now that you've got that extra time don't let the virus win. So how do you deal with change in your life? Changes happening all around us. Is it a big thing? Some of US can get confused with it and it can be something that hey it can. Pop Up is a really big challenge. Change you be scary. Change can be something that we don't want to accept because it's simply too much. Here's the thing with change. When we apply small little steps we take small little pieces of action towards an outcome we ultimately end up at that ultimate destination and change. The comes easy when you think of changes is great big thing like hey. We've all heard that saying. How do you eat an elephant? One Bite at a time changes a lot like that change. When taken in small little micro elements in micro pieces becomes really easy to do. If I just do one thing different maybe do a little bit of a two percent difference or something like that. I just make one small. Little effort forward and change becomes really easy. Change me something. I look forward to because I get to grow from that. I get to experience all the beauty. That is that change. Change is something to be excited to that is my mindset. My mindset around change is excitement. I've linked that up because I've done it so many times. Change is a beautiful beautiful thing and it starts with just one action doesn't have to be a big action if it's something humongous you're not. GonNa do it because it's going to step you way too far out of that comfort zone. What we're looking to do here is find the micro steps that you can take if you wanted to adopt a new practice into your life. Maybe it's first of all finding where you've got to go do that what you could do. I was just speaking about exercise. I was talking about exercise doing something like that. Maybe that's a change in your life. Maybe all you have to figure out is. Hey what's one thing I can do? What's one simple little practice that I can put into place so that I can adopt change and really own it and really get comfortable with it day. One maybe I start with. I'm going to do ten sit-ups no big deal right it's small. It's simple it's little. That's what we want with change. That's how we want to take change on in small little bits and pieces maybe day two. Okay I'M GONNA do those ten sit-ups again and you know what I'm GonNa add ten pushups into it wou- we're changing our structure. Were changing what we're doing by making those small little micro adjustments this. Isn't that great big macro picture and we don't ever want.

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The Jamie J Podcast

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Had The enlightenment with you. Know a company that unfamiliar with many of us. That are familiar with her. Maybe we're not but I had a bit of an opportunity to see some in behind the scenes workings of this company and you know on the surface so many companies out there they are portraying one thing. They're giving a certain image of how good they are. How much they do of how much impact they're making yet behind the scenes. It's a completely different story if you're one of those companies if you're one of those companies is doing that saying one thing but being the other. I'm promise you that Shit is going to come in. Bite you in the fucking asks practice. What you preach if you're out there preaching a message whether it's through a product or service that you're selling or whatever it is that you're doing then you best be doing that on the inside as well because if you're not congruent with what you're really actually doing within your organization if you're treating your people aren't your people that are working for you if you're treating them in a different way than what you're saying and what you're sharing right all that's GonNa do is cause a negative rift a negative vibe within your company right you got to walk your walk you gotTa Talk Your Talk. You've got to really do what you say you're doing. Don't be one thing. Don't be one person. Don't be one vision on the outside and be something completely totally different on the inside. The absolute worst thing you can do right. There's a lot of companies out there that really do walk their walk and talk. They're talking. You got a lot of admiration for those companies but the ones that say one thing on the surface and do something else on the outside that did give that different image or try to be a certain images that were try but those people that try to be one image when really. That's who they're not men. I got a lot of contempt for those companies. Stop fucking doing that. Stop fucking being in that place where you're trying to be something else. We're trying to share something else where you're trying to be someone else. That's not integrity at all. You are also who you associate yourself with. Think about that. We got to know. We gotta know who you are. Your Business is a reflection of you. Legit your businesses absolutely reflection to you so if you're associated with a business. It's doing something like that. Really checking with yourself. Is that the business you WANNA be with? Is the business of who you're really about. Because I'll tell you what I've been in that place but in that place where I was disccan grew int- with the business that I was working for. And you know what it was uncomfortable as fuck it was one of those things. Man It sucked. I was grumpy. I hated it. I was not in a good place about that. We're recognized that I had to do was make a switch. Make a change because I was so out of alignment my core values my beliefs. My strakes everything that. I was as a person everything that I believe with man. I wasn't in line with the way with the place with really what this company was doing and it made me uncomfortable. I suffered through that and I say suffered because I'm one of those people that wants to give her wants to give it my all wants to do. Everything wants to give one hundred percent where recognizes that? I had to stop doing that shit and it wasn't giving up. It wasn't anything to do with giving up whatsoever. What if all had to do with was getting in alignment with myself was checking myself quite literally? Jamie. Check your fucking self. Is this the person that you are? Are you congruent with With doing what? This company is doing the answer. I had to tell myself I had to get real. The answer I had to give myself was no right. It was just it was just it was just no. I had to say no. You gotTa stop doing that. You GotTa stop being this place. Stop fucking fighting with yourself. Stop being in that place where you are frustrated. Or You're absolutely just disconnect. Bruant with what it is you are with what it is. The company is with with all those sort of things look. It's like this sometimes. You GotTa burn the fucking bridges. Sometimes you gotTa shut that Shit down. Sometimes you simply have to move forward and have to move on you. Can't you can't let it go on? You can't let it stay and tell you why because it's it's the only way for you to allow room for new opportunities remember. I'm the opportunity guy talk about opportunities all the time. The only way you're gonNA make room make time make space for those opportunities is when you cut that old shit out of your life when you stop doing the things that you used to do and start doing the things that you know. You must do whether it's changing your position whether it's changing jobs whether it's just simply taking a new path whatever it is. Make sure that you're moving forward on your own terms. Put your stuff out there. Get clear on what you want if what you're doing you're who you're working with or who you're associating yourself with. Isn't what you fucking want than you've gotta change that you've got to make decision to sever the ties to pull out the hooks to get disconnected from that Shit. That doesn't serve you always of these all about service. Here's the other thing that you're in that place of congruency. If you know that you're you're doing something you're in a position you're in a job your doing whatever you're doing and you're not congruent with it find a way to close those doors. Burn those bridges and do it in a positive perspective. Now when I say burn the bridges. A lot of people think. That's the great big fuck you. I'm out of here I'm done. I'm not saying that's what it's about. I'm not saying by any means that this is the great big. Fuck you or anything like that because the doors and a positive perspective no that it was time for you to make that change. No that it was time for you to make that transition to get on with your life. Here's the other thing and this is maybe a little bit a little bit of information for myself something that I could have used in the past. Take the leap without fear. See the positive in it. See the ability of yourself. See Your own God given natural talents and fucking doubled down on those. We've all got within US many of us not all of us but many of us. I think sometimes we get afraid Hell. I've been there. I've been in that position where I've been afraid where I didn't WanNa move forward rose chicken shit to do something. So what did I do? I kept suffering. I can't putting up with it. I kept staying in that place where I was telling my story that it's GonNa get better. It's going to be okay. Everything's GonNa be alright. Fuck that enough is enough. Sometimes you simply have to believe in yourself. You've just gotTa absolutely double don't believe in your ability you're in this fucking place in your in this fucking position for a reason you've got to get it out there you've got to go do you. You've got to go be you and the only way to do that is to get out from underneath all that. Shit. That isn't serving you. Talk about support systems talk about cheerleaders and all that. Be Your own best fucking support system. Be Your own biggest cheerleader. Don't hold back. Don't fucking wait. Don't wait for someone else to do it or don't wait for someone else to give you that indication. Step the fuck up and do it remember. You've got everything that you need within you. You can be that person that GAL that Guy. Whatever fucking takes to go be whatever it is you. WanNa be remember this. This is from me. This is from Jamie J. I WanNa tell you something. I want to give this to you because this is a fucking piece of gold. You've got this. You've got the ability to do whatever you want to change however you want to change to be the best fucking version of yourself. Think about this. It's a new world out there right. This pandemic this pan-demic is really switched. Shit up it's switched shit up in a beautiful way because now is a new opportunity for a new life. It's an opportunity for business strategies. It's an opportunity for you to have it. Go find what you want to do. Go do something different. Go make that change. Go make that switch and double the fuck down on it and give it everything you've got because now's the time now's the time. Be The leader. Gopi the fucking leader of your own life. Go be the fucking fearless leader in this new incredible world. There's never been a better time. There's never been a better place goal. Take some sort of action to achieve all of your outcomes and more. This is it. This is your time. This is your place you guys know that I love you. Go Fuck and do this and go do it now..

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"The way it was? I'm sorry to tell you you're going to be fucked. Stop that train of thought right now look for those opportunities to innovate to change it. Is it finding more ways to get online to become more virtual to serve in a different way to bring in a product servicing as reading the Hustle Hustle? You guys out there. If you see this I love you. Guys fucking amazing. I saw that Ford Motor Company right. They stopped production obviously production lines but what they are doing right now is they're making ventilators right. They're changing their production lines over to make face shields ventilators that my friends is called innovation innovation innovation. That is called doing something different to get a radically different result. Now is not the time to go hiding underneath yourself or underneath your bed and just wishing and hoping that the shit goes away. No now's the time to double down many of us. We've got extra time. We've got a lot of extra time on her hands right now. Don't waste it. Go do something even if your employees if you've always wanted to start that side hustle man think about this. You don't have that commute time anymore. You're not driving it. What can you do with that extra half hour hour two hours? Whatever it is a day. How can you become more productive in a place? That's looking for so much help right now. Collins another guy that I'm a big fan of supernatural. I love that show but me. She shared something out the other day he he does. The Gish G. I S. H. What he's doing is he's working with his people. He's working with all his followers and fans to make masks reusable material type masks that go over so that we still have those masks. This is that amazing opportunity to go and do something going do something radical. Go take a look and see what he's doing. He's making a massive difference. And so can you. Were not in a place where not time. We're in a space where we have to go hide. It's quite the opposite. We're in a time space a place everything where we're being called to go make that difference. What are you going to do a voted? What the fuck are you going to do about it right now? That makes that difference. That gets it out there so but a week ago. I Did. Facebook live with Beethoven. And she's making a massive freaking difference in what she's doing now might seem like a small little thing she's up from design logic interiors and theory at home up in Prince George British Columbia. And what she's doing is really cool. She's taken a bunch of hand sanitizers that she ordered up. Put It on there Letting people know through her site through calling people and all that that. Hey we've got some and guess what she's not selling she's not taking a fucking penny for it what she's doing is she's getting it out there for free. She's going and delivering it. Nice little beautiful little bags and stuff like that if you If if you're not familiar with WHO I'm talking about. Take a look back to my facebook. Page jump in there. Take a look at the live that I did about a week week and a half ago and go take a look at what she's doing. She's making such a massive impact. It might seem like a small thing but in that if there's those families if there's those people out there that don't have that stuff that they need go help them. It's our duty. It's our duty as a human fucking species to get out there and go make that difference. You can do it. I can do it. We can all do it. This is what I'm talking about when I say the gospel of your mind. It's those words. It's that language that you're sharing with yourself up in that bring yours. Do you let that Gospel tell you all the shit that's going to hold you back. That's GonNa scare you. That's going to get you crying in your bed like a little baby. No we're not gonNA succumb to that. Fear we're going to take control of that motherfucker right up there and we're gonNa tell ourselves that now is the time the word that I'm telling you today is to go is to find the place where you can make the impact. The word I'm telling you today is go. Make A fucking bigger difference. Go be that influence are gonna be that impact. There has never been a better time. The only way to do it is to start. Start Right now this. Is it control those words be the fucking curator of the absolute best content? That's going through your mind right now. This is the gospel of your mind. And let's make sure that message that divine message. It's going through your mind. Is the right message that you need to be hearing all the time not just in times of little bits. I'm talking all the time making your new standard set yourself up for that radical success. So what happens when change it. What happens when you take control of that? Do you get aligned. You feel better. Does the heavens opened up? Oh there's that moment only you can tell only you'll know when you take that action when you take command of everything that's going on up there when you align yourself with that greater purpose that greater purpose of your life. I know there's many of you out there that have always wanted to do. Something always wanted to try something. What's stopping you? I'll tell you what it's not this coverted thing. It's not any of that stuff right now. It's that word that's going through your mind. It's that story that you're telling yourself change your story change your life. It's something I've always wanted to do. Always wanted to share and all I had to do was get off my ass and go and do it. Stop fucking around. Stop wasting time. Stop telling yourself that you can't get in line with such a better story. That gets you doing everything the you need to do. I share this with love. You guys normally great big love. Bug anyways Kinda funny there on my apple profile. My wife was doing the beautiful filmings. Honey I love you. Who's doing the filming here right? Now she put on a little love bug as my Emoji on my on my apple. Id and all that sort of thing. I love Y'all the message. It's strong I get it and some of us. Need that fucking wakeup call. Some of US need to say look enough enough enough of the sadness enough of the wrong story. Some of us just need to get the fuck up get the fuck out there and go make it happen the strategy session. We had it here today. We discussed it. We talked about it. We talked about an amazing amazing things that you can do. Amazing actions that you can do simply just by getting up by getting out there. Get Aligned with yourself get in line with what is that you really give a fuck about and take some actions towards it. You've got the time you've got the space and most of all you've got me to kick you in the ASS to get it out there. I want to know what everyone's doing. I WanNa see what everyone's doing so I wanna hear back from you. What massive fucking action did you do? What actions did you take? What did you do to go? Make that bigger impact. Most importantly what did you do to take control of that gospel of what's going through your mind..

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"All right so it seems like a little bit of a crazy time starting to think about launching this new show right when we're in the midst of all this shit all this fucked up shit that's going on in the world but here's the thing if we can take control of that fucker right up there if we can absolutely go all in and say no. I'm GonNa tell you what the fuck is going on. I'm GonNa tell you what we've got to think when you take control of that because it's your mind it's all about the word you share. So what does the word? You're sharing right now. What are most you sharing? You know what fuck I am. Hearing fear fear fear fear fear. I'm afraid for this afraid for that. I'm afraid for all the shit that's going on right. Not Saying it's a bad thing right now because it sucks the world is kind of in a tough place right now. But I'm not going to allow this fucker. Go into that place of fear. Now what I'M GONNA do is. I'M GONNA take control of it and look for all those opportunities I've been doing. Some facebook lives lately with a couple amazing great guests and I'm looking to do even more. Which kind of funny is Friday? I got all juiced up. I got all jacked up and here I am going to launch it out there so I got a bunch attack. I got this going. I got that going. I launched. We go live and I totally fucked it up. And now here's the thing we talk about mindset and all that what could I have done? I could've beat the shit out of myself like I said man. This sucks you suck. You're terrible you're doing horrible but instead I thought is the opportunity you know what so. What so what so what? I don't get my life feet up there. I don't get to go live. But I get to take mic my co host on the live show. I take and promote his shit out there. See that's all it is. I told myself different story. I took command of this thing. That's going on up there. That's the number one thing that we've got to recognize right now in this world right we can be fearful. We can go lock ourselves away. Yeah I'm practicing the social distancing. I get that. I'm not cool. Cozying up to everyone like that. Get right in your face now. I'm taking the space. A making the space to be able to give that social distancing but at the same time. I don't see it as I can't do anything. I don't see it as man you know what I just gotTa get into my little Ziplock bag and shut the fuck up and not share anything out there. No now's the time to really get that out there to combat some of his garbage. That's going on these garbage fucking thoughts because if we follow the news. If that's all we did is all the news and had our death tracker up there. Oh my God book he said death. Yeah I did but I'm not worried about it because I'm not focused in on all those negative shit things that are happening. What I'm focused in on is all the amazingness that gets to come. Look at this look. At how fucking amazing it is out here now. I could sit in the house. I could sit in the office and do squat. I could sit on my ass. I could maybe create some. I don't know Shit for Instagram or this or that or whatever it is but I don't WanNa do that. I WanNa take full advantage of this beautiful world. There's no one around me. I'm not infecting anyone. I'm not infected myself and I count myself lucky for that. See there's UNMINED again finding the opportunities in the moment I don't have the covert and Oh my God. I'm so fucking thankful for it. It's all about our minds. We've got to control that soccer. We gotta get on it not to play into the fear the fear. What's that GONNA do? Let me tell you the fear is GonNa fuck with you. Fear is going to fuck with you and hold you back from living. That fear is GonNa get you in that mindset. Where you're not finding those ways where you can help out and you can make a difference for me getting this out here. Hey maybe it's just a small or maybe it's really a big thing because I can get this out and maybe I can make that impact in that one person's life to say you know what this is my time. This is my opportunity right many. You know that I'm a coach I do some I. I work with pretty amazing people out. There worked for one of the top coaching industries and the whole entire world and one of the things that I'm seeing people are getting caught up in that fear and that's why I wanNA share this out there. That's why I wanted to take this opportunity today and get something out there. That really counter ax. What the big thing is in the world. Look you can feel it. You can quite literally feel the difference in the world right now but we're going to. We're not going to succumb to that. We're not going to go to that place where we're getting sucked down where we're getting sucked off by that real negative thing because it's not about that we wanna go find those great opportune moment. This here this is a fucking opportune moment. If you're in your house if you're stuck there and I'm not saying for the people that have to be quarantined. That have to stay at home because hey you got to be home for fourteen days. Do that stay home right. Get better quarantine yourself for that fourteen days but afterwards get out temperatures. Not all that warm here. We're Celsius here. I'm filming up in Canada right now. I think the temperatures eleven twelve degrees but for me. This is fucking amazing. Why because I'm not stuck inside? I spend way too much time too much stuff inside and if that's all I did I would get into that mentality. That mindset of stock. I don't want to be stuck in. I don't want any of you to be stuck out there. All it takes is simple. Small little actions dog over there. That's Barkin way it's taken some actions to it's outside. It's probably taking a shit who knows what it's doing but nonetheless it's outside and it's having a little bit of fun. It's what you guys got to do right. Don't get stuck into this. Don't fall prey to that fear because when we do it has a profound effect on our bodies well we get into that fear mindset. It's going to bring all that stress onto us. It's actually GONNA fuck us up even worse. Some cases worse than Corona virus. The disease out there right now is listening to amazing doctor. Dr Pesic was listening to him today. He got on there and he talked about fear. Billions of people are falling ill to the fear that's happening. All that is is just a mindset thing. We gotta change that Shit. We've got to go out and do something different that interrupts that pattern of where we are. Tony Robbins. I was watching him. Today thing came up on success resources. Taking a look at him he was on with doctor. Dr Oz right so here he is. And what does he do? He gets on and he says to profound things things. I work with clients on all the time number one. Change Your physiology. If you're sitting there all stressed out all fucking sitting at your desk and frustrated and all that number one thing you can do stand the fuck up. Go do something different. Don't sit there in that same position and expect yourself to feel that you know empowered excited wonderful joyous way. If you want to feel that way you've got to get into the position that represents that feeling number two is your focus. My God fear fears all around us. Don't focus on fear focus on what you want. Focus on what it feels like after this shit is gone after the Shit is over. Because here's the thing. Psa PSA public service announcement. This thing isn't going to be here forever. Right this corona virus. We'RE NOT GONNA be stuck with it forever. We are going to get beyond it. We are going to get past it and when that time comes off fuck open up. But what I'm saying is if you're healthy if you're in that place you don't have to wait to get out to somewhere like this. You don't have to wait to get outside. You can go ahead and do it right now. There's something holding you back. Ask yourself that question. What's stopping me? What's really stopping me? Is it some sort of bullshit story? I'm telling myself here I am. I'm in a big city right. I'm in a big city. I can get out if I'm out in the country. I can get out no matter where I'm at. I can find someplace somewhere where I can. Socially distanced myself and I can be out there and enjoy this beautiful weather. The Earth everything. We're in spring right now. Things are springing up beautiful blossoms all over the place. It's fucking amazing. Don't let fear that has a hold on you prevent you from seeing all that beauty. Get out there go fucking enjoy. Go make your life a part of the amazing spring. That's happening consider this spring your life. Look things are changing. We're in the process of seeing something new. Come to life right now. Many of us. We don't know what it is but I'll tell you what don't wait for it. Go find it go discovered gold get out there and go live your fucking life so the other thing that gets me jazzed up as well is looking at some of these businesses who are going and making an impact right. That's a big game changer. Big Mindset Change. Your in itself. We can be those businesses at all. Well Shit. This is happening restaurants for example. I'm hearing about restaurants closing up what it is is. That's a mindset that I can't do anything that I'm a victim I'm a victim of my circumstance fucking innovate. This is your call. This is your call to action to go. Change some shit up. It's not about doing things. The same old same old now is the time. If you're a restaurant fuck can you deliver? Can you find a way that changes it up? Can you do something whereby you don't even have to have contact with these people that you can innovate your platform to have all your payments? Everything done online. What about families? Can you change some of your portion sizes? Can you up it so that instead of a one piece meal? It's a two or three or four piecemeal that's going to serve a whole family right. What else what extra value can you bring as? I've been coaching these last two weeks. Man All I talk about providing that massive fucking value not getting sucked into it of got one gentleman. They're amazing client of mine. He's in the auto auto industry sells cars right. And here he is. He's asking himself a question man. How can sell more cars? Right now. Shit's not selling I said. Well what if you ask yourself a different question? What if instead of saying? Hey how can I sell more cars? What if instead you ask the question? Hey how can I make a bigger difference? How can I contact? Some of my clients provide them ridiculous amounts of value hone in on that ridiculous amounts of value. How can I go provide those massive fucking chunks of value so that after this is all done? The clients are flocking to me. The clients are remembering who I was and the impact that I had during this tough time. Ask a different question. Get a fucking different answer. That's really the key right here. Why am I excited? Why am I just because it is about finding a different way my client? He found a different way by the time we got off the call. He was juicy was Jack. He couldn't wait to get off not that kind of get off. He couldn't wait to get off because he was ready to go do that action that he talked about he was ready to go. Make that massive difference and make that massive impact for his clients because he now saw the way it was a mindset shift right. Yeah I talked to him. I asked him to change that state. Change that mindset and definitely change what he was focusing on mindset matters most write that down take note of that mindset matters most. It's the key. It's absolutely everything that you need to know to get through this time. You know I've been saying a few things here in this episode about. Maybe it's a tough time. Maybe it's a shitty time and that's really a third part of the scenario. That's the third part of what puts this altogether because it doesn't have to be a shady time it can be a time of massive fucking opportunity. I am the Opportunity Guy. I'm the guy that's out there. All the time always talking about those opportunities now is the time the opportunity is right now. Go do something different. Here's the thing the world it's moved on the world has moved on from the way things were those of you out there in business. Who think you're going to go back to business.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"I like. What now now I'm very extroverted in love being around people and I don't want him social distance but I'm just laughing that like what I grew up doing was shamed. Now it's promoted as the solution crate. Things going. Funny say the everybody was especially in regional. I ever wants to move to the cities and the cities. Everyone's in love shops is shutting down and out here and regional Sort of sitting on top similar. Well Issue Job Change People's not realize that maybe there's actually not such a ice to to live off a couple of flying plant workers and I said I think Bid Cipher. It is less. Let's I like less. That's gone on ours. Could catch the vars well. The cities and living on the college south financial sitting back outside that off role. Titans in Australia right now. My seven forty twenty night. Thank you for giving up the break. Nearly for is on a Saturday morning. It's more pleasure. We cannot save some people out of this and get some volumes with every minute was worth every minute just amazing people absolutely awesome likewise it is opportunity it is a positive mindset. That's going to get us through all of this ultimately when we train ourselves and we practice it over and over and over we choose not to focus in on all the doom and gloom and all the negativity but maybe where we can simply go and contribute where we can take just a little bit of our time a little bit of our money from our business a little bit of our effort and put it towards that greater good to serve that greater purpose. Maybe then we've actually met our purpose in life. Maybe that's what it's all about like you say neal rate life doesn't happen to us. It happens for us. Perhaps this moment. This time is our time that we can give back that we can go fulfill our destinies in what we were brought here for. Now that's opportunity at the maximum. Can't forget to mention how the world is doing so much better lake earthwise with factories in everything shutting down and all the carbon off gassing and everything so it's nice to see that I think you'd bonus so we're all GonNa hit are twenty fifty commissioner emission reduction in six months. Yeah A it is it is. It is truly amazing and I heard something the other day someone was sharing with me. That an and gosh. I can't remember the location place but the dolphins had actually come back somewhere. Where right leaving ord there for the longest time gas pollution boats all that sort of stuff and now. The dolphins are coming back right. I think this is a recalibration. I think this is a little bit of that. Really everything is going to be changed from this moment forward and for those of us who are embracing it right for those of us who are finding the opportunity in those moments who truly embracing it. We're the ones that we're to go on to succeed right. We'll succeed in a socially responsible way. Not trying to profit off this time but genuinely genuinely helping and I think he's made a slowdown as a whole community. And I think it's like you talked about all the divorces but it's actually making my family better because I'm around more present and my family lives at a town. I'm talking to them every day multiple times a day. So I think if Were creating nights unity within your friends. 'cause I'm reaching out a lot more friends than I would during a busy day. Just see if there can. I have one friend every evening at seven o'clock that calls me just to check-in date was so I think things like that are huge? The only thing I think John I think John would a wanted those two by zoom we would've bought zoom and we talked about it off line. Toilet paper Yes. We did see the the landscape changed. I is about selling coffee shops. For example and with the reduced numbers and Reduced Amana. People may be going to the office even longtime it must the welcome back to normal mobile and everyone's Dosso commerce business starter returned to usual. Wls numbers less people because more people will still be working from home. So what does the coffee shop do they innovate? What'd they w suburban? Oh my coffee shops to set up in suburbia guy with a lot of people at work from home gone up coffee van and go round and these sorts of things I think just to change the landscape of the Business Montano Kofi. Yup will sell it to people out there longer. So we're all there in the suburbs now where there's no coffee shops. So let's set up. Something atanasov absurd that the people that do work from people can access. They still could go have a coffee and laterally coast off like that would normally do in the city and create an experience for the Heisman dies. Lots of innovations in business will really change the landscape. that city environment specifically specifically that city environment. I think because it will reduce the number of people in and more people in the suburbs and Stafan and as the businesses that adapt and shift to that with the ones that will really succeed in the recovery phase and count for the next year or two absolutely that creates big opportunities. You're talking about the coffee. What it what it gave me a flashback to. Is You know years ago when we were having the wars and stuff. Everyone was getting shipped out to where they were. Well Tim Hortons was also getting shipped on his well. The KADIAN coffee chain here rather big chain in Canada and yeah they would ship out those trailers those ready to go trailers so no matter where it was boom. You could still have your Tim Hortons. This creates an opportunity number one right. Maybe instead of tiny home some of these people start taking those trailer chassis and they start moving into you. Know I- into these mobile shops these-these food trucks or something. Maybe it is looking at something like that. Maybe it's recognizing we have to review our permanent whatnot and do it different. We've got a comment here from Erica. Morrison here nine months or a little bit of that growing on as well. No question a it's constantly when the atomic time with your family exactly and are thinking. That's a pretty good consequence as long as we're allowed to hug him though. I don't know there's some rude. Facebook memes that basically say that you know if you're one of those toilet paper hoarders maybe you shouldn't be procreating. A lot of material for COMEDIANS. Going feel is facebook or instagram. I love that a lot of the. The big stars are doing free free concerts. They're just doing their live concerts in their home John Legend and pink. And they just did they hooked it up to the their instagram account. And just saying Chris Hayes. He did it was taking requests. He had the guitar he had the piano and he was making requests and I was like this is amazing this morning. We just sat there and watched. It is beautiful. That's amazing. That's that's incredible. I think that's really what it's all about giving back swift and Jamie you always say to me. How do you bring value right though? These people are bringing value to us. And I think that's something we have to think about how to give back and how to bring value and I think that will help sustain with our businesses and with moving forward where we where we end up in this mixture earlier. Point about how you said like afterwards. How does this change? How does it look? You know you got to adapt and have suburban. Coffee shops in the ice cream truck comes back in a big way. Now you know not not just bellybutton high pants for girls but the ice cream trucks gonNA come back. You're going to see a renaissance. It changes a lot of things. I think this is a really good opportunity for people to take a minute and ask themselves i. K- what have I been putting on the back burner that I keep making excuses for what? What do I really want to? I want to move. Don't WanNa work on my relationship to. I WANNA start a new career to want to go to school like now's the time you know. Everybody waits 'til January first while January first is here so take time. Think about it and let this be the kick in the butt if you need one to get started because I think when you guys mentioned people have a lot more time now and they can reflect and much more connected and I think this gives people an opportunity to look backwards and say wow. I was kind of scared. I feared for my life and I recognize that. What's really important in? This moment is not what I had chasing or not what I thought and Luhya. Yeah I saw somebody put a facebook post out there a couple of days ago and they said like what are you grateful for? By the time I had read it. There was like thirty five comments and all of them said family one every single one of them since I was the one that said business and stock opportunities but it was. It was number three on the wrist found found. We still number one but won't be a week or self distancing well asking three weeks would work. Yeah you might. You might find toilet. Paper is the most important and it. Even that is an interesting conversation because right now there's certain things that are important but some families aren't used to being together for this long and the that dynamic like the people in abusive relationships now that they're tied into it. How do we have the social network to be able to to support them? And I think that's going to be apparent that we may or may not have it and if we don't have it I think that will change two two uplifting bring us to create this social network so that we can support those people.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"All right. I've been hitting the gym. I'm back in the gym it. It's time to get this lazy ass body doing something. That's really going to make a difference and I've started the gym now. It's been about two weeks now so I've gone every day except for two days now. One of the things I like to do is I used to be an avid runner. Now I'm not talking. Ultra Marathon Lake Gauguin's or anything like that. I used to run. I'd run on average five to seven K every few you days or whatnot. It's kind of interesting because I got back on the good old treadmill there and I started out started out running. And I did a whopping eight minutes st eight minutes. Can you believe it aide whole minutes. It's on the treadmill. Yeah kind of laughed at myself because that was a far far contrast from what I used to do. Now I've been running every day. I start out every single. Dale Walk for a couple of minutes. It's just to get the body all limbered up and everything will start running. I notice I went from eight minutes up to twelve minutes up to fourteen minutes and then I had this little barrier that I put in place for my mind I could do twelve minutes. I do fourteen minutes no problem. It was easy simple for me but every time I tried. There's that word you all know that. I can't stand that word every time I tried to do more more that block that barrier would come up and it would stop me for moving ahead. Well something pretty amazing happened this morning. I want to share it all with you because it's so relevant for all all of us. I'm not just celebrating my own accomplishment this morning here I want to paint the picture of what's possible for each and any one of us to be able to remember I am not that ultramarathons Kamera thon guy so here. I am rocking out this morning. I hit the fourteen minute mark and something different happens. Something changes morning. I could keep going so I did. And what's interesting is I set myself small little piece of small little things to focus on. Okay if I can do fifteen minutes. Can I get to seventeen. My logic in my mind was five. Do Seventeen. That's Fifteenth Fifteen street minutes of running. Plus my two minute warmup. Yeah that's pretty good. I hit seventeen and I was still get to go. I kept doing that until thirty two minutes. meaning that I I had my two minute warm up and I ran straight for thirty minutes now for all you marathon saute. This is no big deal for you. It's like whoopy-doo the guy ran thirty minutes. But for me this guy that's basically been outta shape. It was an accomplishment this morning. What I'm seeing? Here's it each and every one of us can do this. It takes commitment. It takes perseverance. And it takes jake setting up a different standard in our mind. Remember what my old standard used to be it used to be. You can get to fourteen minutes. I could get to sixty minutes and I'm done. I'm tapping I'm finished. It's all I got guess. What a whole lot more than my tank? I didn't do anything different. It's not like I had a bunch of extra arrest or anything. I just got off my ass this morning hopped on that treadmill and I fucking crushed crushed. It crushed it from me. What's great is you can do this? Take this it's a bit of a mindset thing do what I did is I set small little milestones. Okay if I can hit seventeen eighteen minutes can I hit twenty minutes. Can I hit twenty two. Can I hit twenty six. Can I hit twenty. Can I hit thirty. I set myself up small little milestones and I believe that I could do it so enough of my accomplishment though something. I'm really proud of but enough about that. Let's get into the myth of multitasking. What the Hell is this whole idea of multitasking? Well well the idea of multitasking is that we can do multiple things at a time. I'm here to tell you. That's a bunch of absolute bullshit. Now where I use this where he uses in particular Taylor in my business. Coaching is when I'm working with managers. We've all heard the old story of the open door policy. Yeah just come on in anytime no problem I can help you and and we'll I think it's great to be able to build that beautiful report with all your people that work with you that work for you when it's time to do some work when it's time to take on the tasks that require that focus. This is when we have to close that door because we can do one thing at a time really great. We were never meant to do multiple things at a time and for myself. I've really recognized the most I can do. Is One thing I can chew gum and walk. Hey if that's multitasking. Then I guess I'm rocking it out but what I'm here to say as we. We can do multiple things when I'm coaching right. When I'm working with clients I'm not sitting there scrolling through facebook feeds and this and that why because I don't have the capacity for that when I'm doing in my one thing and I'm doing it really great and I'm crushing it? I'm getting all the results and guess what I'm saving time. See the idea that we can do multiple things. It actually takes takes US longer right. Yeah I can multitask. Here's the thing though your brain has to shift thought processes rate sitting in planning out a budget versus going and you oh speaking to an employee that comes in and whatnot. You have to interrupt that one task. That budgeting mindset and you have to shift that mindset into something else now lots of practice you can do it fairly effortlessly heartlessly. But they're still a time loss where we make up that time and where we give ourselves out time back is when we focus on that one thing that we can do really great the idea for this podcast. It came this morning I was running on treadmills. I was cranking and I'm like oh I've got to capture this. I've got one of those minds if I don't write it down if I don't capture it right away poof. It's gone on. I didn't want to lose it this morning. So here I tried the whole myth of multitask. So here I am. I'm running away. I'm grabbing the phone and I have to capture this right. I have to capture the title for this podcast. What I'm going to speak about today so I'm trying to type I'm running? I'm half fallen off this treadmill. I'm sure if anyone was looking at me they'd have got a good chuckle out of it. See even on that. We can't multitask not task. We can do one thing really great really quickly really efficiently. Take some time for yourself to say. What is it that I have have to do? I can tell you the reason I bring. This up is because people where they struggle were they have. Some of their biggest challenges is when they're trying to manage multiple tasks all at once. So so. You can't do it what you can do that one thing really great. This is where I tie it into scheduling scheduling in that task. That you have to do that. You have to to get behind so that when the time comes to crush it when the time comes to absolutely give it your all and get the task done on time on budget with everything you need to all it takes to get it done on is to focus in on that one thing. Stop Telling Yourself that myth that we can do multiple things at once we can do one thing really great. Give yourself a gift because it it really is a gift it's GonNa Save you time. It's going to increase your productivity. You're going to get a hell of a lot more done when you focus in on that one thing the idea of multitasking asking you know what recycle that idea get it out. Transform that energy into something that's GonNa help you focus in on that one thing right as we all know about energy it can neither be created nor destroyed only transformed. And this is what we're looking to do with that. Stop worrying about trying. There's that word stop worrying about trying to multitask and instead focus in on that one thing that you're doing right now. The benefits re permit are amazing. You'll get so much more done you'll be so much. More are productive and intern. You'll be so much happier managers. It's okay to close that door if you're focusing on something that requires all your attention. Take it utilize utilize that utilize that moment utilize that time. You will be extremely happy that you did. You're gonNA get more done. Focus in on that one thing. Thank you all so much for tuning in today. It has been an absolute slice. I can't wait to catch you on the flip side.

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"j.  " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"j. " Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Unfair advantage. Doesn't everyone want an unfair advantage. I'm I'M GONNA give it to you today so hey thank you so much for tuning in. I'm excited to be back. Yes it's been a long time way too long. I have been here. I've been there. I've been to Australia really. What an amazing amazing outstanding country a huge mass of show to all my beautiful Ozzy people down there? I love you. I love your country and I cannot ought absolutely cannot wait to be back. I've also been to eastern Canada. Wow it was a short trip but an absolutely amazing one and last but not least. I've also been down down to Florida. Wow I've packed a ton in on top of that. I'm really excited to say that I finished my third program. The dimensions of state eight management. It's done it's live and you can absolutely check it out at U. E. COACHING DOT teachable. Dot Com alright onto the unfair advantage vantage. What's this unfair advantage? Well through having been to all these places I noticed something sticking out and it was the language that people were using no no not faulk and shared and all that but the actual language patterns the words that people use on a frequent basis. What I noticed is that not not everyone but for a lot of people they use words that were eliciting a negative feeling a negative response or a negative emotion? What do I mean by that for those tasks that were hard? They were epic they were challenging way too difficult. There were insurmountable roadblocks. In my way I started to really hear an absolute loot ton of negative language patterns. This got me thinking what would happen if we made some small shifts some small shifts in those inveterate Britt language patterns those patterns that we're using over and over to take them from a place that was an maybe a little bit negative into a place that was much more positive. It also got me wondering how much of the English language are we actually using. WE'LL HAS IT turns out very very very little. I looked at the stats in the Oxford expert English dictionary there's approximately one hundred seventy one thousand plus words available for us to use. What's really interesting though? Is that of those one hundred and seventy one thousand words that we have available to us. We only use on a daily basis on a frequent daily basis. We only use approximately one thousand thousand of those words in our daily communication while we're not using even a tenth of the English language and it's no wonder why we have such a limited experiences. You heard me use that word earlier inveterate meaning a lot of I had to look that up because I wanted to use is something different. I wanted to challenge myself and you some other language that represented what I wanted to share. Do that make that a part of your daily habit going when look those words up heck on the Alexa APP. You can get her to give you the word of the day. It's absolutely amazing going. Use It expand that language pattern. Okay back onto what I was talking about. Those patterns that people were using mainly consisted of negative or negative feeling or negative associated words. What does that mean we were using using those those difficult words words that we're going to prohibit us from being in those states that were going to support our ultimate outcomes? What do we have to do? We have to change those language patterns. This is the unfair advantage. I'm not kidding you. It's a simple little tasks that you can do. I wrote this up in my program included this part of this in my program so you could all have that exercise. I'm going to do something really kind of cool today. I'm GONNA give you that exercise that I wrote up in my chapter that spoke about language. Switch the exercises this. Give yourself the gift of recording the language that you're using those repetitious words that you're using over and over. What are those words that you notice yourself using? Are they positive. Are they great outstanding. Amazing Awesome fucking amazing or is it hard difficult challenging roadblock insurmountable roadblock whatever it is I want you to take notice of those language patterns that you're using and you're GonNa do this for a week you're going to spend one whole week simply recording the language that you're using more specifically the words that you're using take note of that. How do you describe a situation? How do you describe I an argument? How do you describe disagreement? How do you describe something that took you longer than what you expected? What words do you use when you find that? You're having to stay late after work. I got a pretty crazy idea that there might not be some of the most positive words that you could use that moment. Take note of them. Whether you've got a note pad where you're writing them down and putting a little mark next to it or whether you're taking notes in your phone you're utilizing the notes APP taking note of those words and just putting a little character after that take it's not of those language patterns. This is all you're doing for the first seven days at the end of this seven days. Take note of those words that you used most frequently. What we WANNA do then is once you've identified? What those words are? We WanNA switch them. We want to look at the antithesis of those words the opposite so it's hard. Maybe it was fun. If it was difficult maybe it was an opportunity for growth. We WanNA start to input some alternate language patterns into your daily vocabulary. So that number one you can grow because remember. We're either growing or dying there ain't no inbetween. Let's choose growth. That's number one number two let's exchanging overall being. Let's change the person who you are so that you can get more of exactly what it is that you want. That's a big one people. They see us. They perceive US based on who we are based on our body posture based on the language that we use. If we're a Debbie Downer and we're constantly going into all the sorrows and all the difficulties that were having. What are the chances that people are going to want to help you and support you when all you're doing is focusing in on the negative? Give yourself a language upgrade and get into the habit get into the habit of using words that support what you truly want. This is the first step. This is an absolutely big big step in getting all the results that you've ever wanted simply by changing you. It's not about looking outside yourself. It's not about looking at. Who else can do it in this moment for this task this is about you? This is absolute ownership of what it is that you want. How do we get what we want will number one? We gotta get in the right state of mind. We you gotTa tell ourselves the absolute right stories to get ourselves there and then we got to go and fuck do it if we're seeing it worse than it is if we're seeing it as a great big massive of challenge we're not GONNA succeed. It's going to be trouble. It's going to be difficult and it's going to be hard. Let's change that. Give yourself that unfair advantage by giving you you the language upgrade you need this will literally take you miles beyond wherever you thought that you could be. It's simple it's not difficult city. The possibility see your very own ability within you. Don't shadow that don't put that big blanket over it so no one can see that ability most importantly yourself by giving yourself a story or language. That isn't supportive of what you want to do. Look we're coming into a New Year here right quick tomorrow zero two today. I'm recording this. On December thirty tomorrow is the thirty first. It is the end of the year. Set yourself up for success by giving yourself this challenge now make make it your challenge for the first seven days out of the year. Make it something that you really pay attention to so that you can give yourself that upgrade that maybe that really really very much needed upgrade to get yourself into the place where you know you deserve to be yes. There's goals we can talk about goals. We can talk about all that but if we don't have ourselves right if we don't have the stories that we tell that we're telling ourselves in check and in tune with what it is that we want can't we can set all the goals that we want. We're not gonNA make it happen. Start giving yourself that unfair advantage by putting in the proper language patterns that are ultimately going to support you one last quick. Shut up for my course you can catch my course at U. E. Coaching Dot teachable. Dot Com it is the dimensions of state management. And it really is designed to give you that unfair advantage to catapult you far past anything that you thought was possible. I'm sending you all big love. Most importantly I'm sending any all amazing. Incredible wishes for twenty twenty. Twenty twenty is going to be a fucking amazing year. Set yourself up for that success by programming your brain marine to give you the language patterns that support you big loved you all will catch you in twenty twenty.

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