36 Burst results for "Jamie"

Fresh update on "jamie" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:11 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jamie" discussed on ESPN FC

"Fourth mentioned night. Oh apparently they told me. I have to bring that up joel. Sorry taking mondays clashing the premier league liverpool favorites. Going away against leads. Six two four on the lineup of this year's fa cup final. It will be less the city against chelsea. let's booking a place on sunday after beating. South hamilton chelsea went on saturday against city. Meanwhile native is with us as is former less. And for this as well somehow goalkeeper. Casey keller joins casey in the end very much serving this. Yeah sure look that way. I mean even the chances created in the first half the better of the chances easily went leicester's way throughout the match and again classic. Jamie vardi using this pace. Great turn in the in the form of nacho okay. Little bit lucky off of the at the second attempt is the first shot was was clearly wide to brendan rodgers. Has a great team. Spirit in this in this lester side and it was something that that martin o'neill established years ago the team spirit of leicester is is legendary and again they push themselves into another season where they're the expectations there over achieving once again third place in the league down an fa cup final. It's just great to see as a former leicester player that they just continue in this vein of success. They of course. I mentioned we'll face chelsea in the final who eliminated manchester city on saturday. Natan big deal for city. I think so. I think so. I think the plan was to the semi finals a big game. And although rotated squad i think is rotated consistently for the past three or four months and it's a semifinal of a competition and they're excited to win it play as being an england. Fa called means a lot. So i think they will be very disappointed but then in some ways you could see as a positive now because it narrows the focus to complete this stuff in the league and see if they can make a champions league final and obviously the the colleen the final thing coming up in a couple of weeks as well. I was surprised by the performance. I thought it would have been bigger would have been greater but then you look at them this season. I think i was a fifty first game this year. So maybe they kind of run out of energy to deal with everything on for all four fronts. But it's it's one of those things. Unfortunately i think i kind of fuzzy chelsea going into the game. Because i think they've been in some ways some a form and i think they have momentum with them but it's a shame for city. If the quadruple is not going to happen for me you can. You can find me on the shell saying. I didn't think it was likely in the past. Then is proven to be the case. I think they'll get over it. And i think they'll do well between on the end of the year. It's a caravan cup final this weekend. Actually.

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Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | Last week

Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention

"The father of a Parkland school shooting victim was on hand as president Biden announced. Several executive orders aimed that gun control this week while also calling for Congress to pass him widely supported measures. I believe the Senate should immediately pass three House passed bills to close loopholes the loud gun purchasers to bypass the background checks. Fred Guttenberg, who's 14 year old daughter, Jamie, was killed. It's Stoneman Douglas High School tweeted from the White House, calling this the day when gun safety begins. Biden's executive actions include ordering the Justice Department to issue within 30 days ever. Pot's rule to help stop the proliferation of so called ghost guns, homemade ones that have no serial

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Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1

"Jason Robertson scored his tenth and eleventh goals of the season to carry the stars past the Panthers for one I think the biggest thing for us right now is catching that fourth place that's what I want to do that's what I do in a locked room wants to do and we're just focusing on getting the sign next couple games and trying to make that for seat so that's what's most important that's what I'm looking most start towards fuel less Bronson Roberson beat Sergei Bobrovsky in the first two minutes before Jamie Benn made it three nothing midway through the opening period entitled open stopped twenty shots and blanked the Panthers after Alexander bar coffee dimana para play with one and a half seconds left in the second Florida has lost three in a row tying a season high I'm the ferry

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Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending

CNBC's Fast Money

00:42 sec | Last week

Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending

"Your jazz records bathtub. Gin because jamie dimon says it is boom time for the us. Economy the jason morgan. Co going all in on american his annual letter to shareholders. If you didn't have time to read all sixty six pages which include the full-page of footnotes you've got your back. Here's a fast money. Cliffnote version of the letter. Diamond says market valuations are high but justified you to access savings deficit. Spending strong economic growth. Banks are playing an increasingly smaller role in the financial systems. Due to the rise of fintech investors shouldn't have been companies that produce and consume fossil fuels and china's on the rise in america should get ready for it but the bottom line. It is boom time of the usa

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Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:03 min | Last week

Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’

"Well you talk about that. Forecast for the economy and the markets in his annual letter to shareholders. Were talking longtime head of j. P. morgan jamie diamond says deficit spending stimulus money and vaccines could altogether fueled the economic recovery. Well into the year. Twenty twenty three twenty two twenty three. So what about the market. Well if dimas right. And i believe he is and i believe the economy could be fueled could stay in a boom longer than that but if diamonds right we should remember that the market is up. Eighty five percent of the time during long periods of economic growth. Now during that other fifteen percent of the time pullbacks of up to fifteen percent can be the best time to carefully get in and or adjust your existing portfolio for continued growth.

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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president on effect of pandemic on employees

Bloomberg Best

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president on effect of pandemic on employees

"Indicates many workers are ready to give up their paycheck and say I'm out of here I quit. A Microsoft survey of global workers finds the majority feel they're struggling or just surviving and pandemic work conditions and a large percentage you're considering leaving their employer this year. Same survey shows. Most business leaders feel the employees of thriving Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker says the problem is obvious. Workers want a feel like they're valued and that they're rewarded for their work. 46% of respondents say they're planning to move to a new location this year, a reflection of the greater flexibility to work from home. 41% say they're mulling leaving their jobs. JP Morgan boss Jamie Diamond says a lot of the problem is remote work, so it's hard to think okay, culture and character and all those things When you have the zoom world, 18 to 25 year olds are faring the worst. Researchers theorize their feelings of isolation or higher because they're more likely to be early in their careers in single, Quite Jared

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Netflix lands 'Knives Out' sequels in high-priced deal

Fred + Angi On Demand

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Netflix lands 'Knives Out' sequels in high-priced deal

"Netflix has reached a deal for two sequels to the acclaimed. One thousand nine hundred. Done it knives out. yes have you. You saw knives out is so good. Have you know a good. A good Guess who did it kind of john. Yahoo every other thing on netflix. In the last year every single. What every single thing netflix says. I've watched things in different languages at this point like i really moved onto rear at this point. I- subtitles are fine. I just don't care. I'm running out of stuff. I didn't watch out. Sit all everything paid around. Four hundred and fifty million making it their biggest acquisition yet. The previous record was one hundred and thirty million four. The irishman the first knives out grossed three hundred and eleven point four million in worldwide ticket sales So i mean if you gotta think it's going to be good if they're paying that much outbid a ton of other services we'll see because like the first one had a huge cast like of course evidence. Jamie lee curtis. Everyone was in this movie. But then and then daniel craig is the detective so i think it's going to continue like he goes onto another case like he. It's not it's not going to be the same. Cast besides daniel craig. Because he's a detective so he's going to move on to another case to try to figure out who done

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WHO investigators deeply sceptical of China’s Covid origin theory

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

WHO investigators deeply sceptical of China’s Covid origin theory

"An inquiry, led by the World Health Organization into the origins of the Koven 19 virus has created more questions and controversy than answers. Jamie Mezzo, a member of the Wh So Advisory committee tells 60 minutes Leslie stall that the Chinese did not allow the W. H O lead team to carry out a full investigation into the origin of the outbreak. You're saying that China did the investigation and showed the results to the committee and that was it pretty much that was it. Not entirely, but pretty much that was it. Imagine if we had asked the Soviet Union to do a co investigation of Chernobyl, it doesn't really make

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Denton ISD to extend online learning into 2022 through K-8 Virtual Academy

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Denton ISD to extend online learning into 2022 through K-8 Virtual Academy

"System that recognizes the benefits of virtual learning is the dent in independent school district just outside of Dallas, Texas right now, about a third of its more than 30,000 students are taking classes online, and they'll still have that option next year. That's because the district recently announced the launch of a new K eight virtual academy. Jamie Wilson is the superintendent. And he joins us Now. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today, Sarah. Now is this just about accommodating families who are worried about Cove it or are there other reasons why families and students want to stay online? So we've been an in person learning in our school district since the Tuesday after Labor Day. And giving our parents a choice to learn from home. As the years progressed, some families have made the decision to stay at home. That could be for a health reason or it could be because they're actually seeing some benefits to online learning. So we're planning to meet both needs. What kinds of students so far are you seeing benefit the most from virtual learning? Really? We're seeing a cross section of all of our students were seeing students with special needs were seeing students of gifted, talented some of our students who may B A B D or able to focus for shorter periods of time, and some students really can work through their curriculum a little faster, and it allows himself pacing to happen for our students and their families. So really, It's an individual decision that allows our students and their families to make a choice of how they want to receive their instruction. So much of school in addition to academic instruction Let's face it. A lot of it is about learning how to be around other people how to socialize with peers and with adults. How do you compensate for what? Kids who stay home Maybe year after year are not getting in that environment. We undoubtedly believed that our families will choose that be involved in extracurricular activities at school. We may even have some clubs that are available to our students. In addition to that, if you think about our families and in most families in general As we've gone through the pandemic, they've identified themselves small clusters of students for them to get with and be around so that they do get that socially. Most of learning and they do have opportunities to forge relationships. It's really Teaching us some things about collaboration in the ability of our students to self select some collaborators for their online learning is they kind of started with their own hubs in our forced online learning environment, So we think when we get intentional with it, and we train our teachers with making the best of our online learning environment that will even get As good or better results than we're seeing with our in person remembers.

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 "Comedy Team Magic"  Interview & Set with Mack & Jamie  Show #58  - burst 02

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"Comedy Team Magic" Interview & Set with Mack & Jamie Show #58 - burst 02

"Nobody new music like him and having a hard rock station to work on. That must have been fun for you. Jamie in having that i met mack started working together and key. West are the comic strip from new york opened a annex club in fort lauderdale and they would bring down four comedian new york every week before lauderdale and have them perform in that club and we got windows but through a gal who used to living key west but went up there and was a waitress at the club and she called us and said hey you guys are as funny as any of these guys and you should come up work at this club and we were so freak out. We worked with paul reiser. We work with dennis. Wolfer with sindbad. Jerry seinfeld betty murderer cara leader and murphy. All these people would come down to the fort. Lauderdale club four to turn and we would drive up. Every week was a five hour drive. And we drive up to the weekend shows. And we got so that we were regulators there and so we got to know. These people and rick overton All these great comics. I should go to new york so did you.

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USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit

"The University of Southern California has agreed to an $852 million payout settle hundreds of sex abuse claims against its longtime gynecologist, Dr George Tindall's CBS is Jamie. You kiss. He's president released a statement in it. She says that she is quote deeply sorry. For the pain experienced by the women and hopes the settlement provides some relief. But I can tell you we were listening to a press conference held a little bit earlier today, where the victims said there is no amount of money that can make up for what Kendall did. The list. Pled not guilty to 35 criminal

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Britney Spears Requests Jodi Montgomery as Her Permanent Conservator

Colleen and Bradley

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Britney Spears Requests Jodi Montgomery as Her Permanent Conservator

"Attorney filed Mission this week to have Jodi Montgomery officially replaced Britney's dad, Jamie Spears as the permanent conservator over her personal matters. The court documents were filed yesterday and will be reviewed in an upcoming April 27th hearing. And Montgomery, who is Britney's care manager, has been Britney's conservatives since 2019 when she replaced Jamie while he recuperated from health issues. And a judge extended Montgomery's temporary role until at least September of 2021. Don't

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Jamie Foxx to play Mike Tyson in boxer's take on his life

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:18 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jamie Foxx to play Mike Tyson in boxer's take on his life

"Scorsese will be the Executive producer. The serious we'll take a look at the boxer Mike Tyson's life as a whole. I'm John Herrick on the level on the going on w Why. D c dot com Virginia William Hill, America's number one sports book is now here Way have a

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Jamie Foxx To Play Mike Tyson in Boxer's Take on His Life

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jamie Foxx To Play Mike Tyson in Boxer's Take on His Life

"Mike Tyson versus Mike Tyson it's a battle that will take place on TV but not in the way you think recently Hulu announced it was making a mini series about Tyson's life but the ex heavyweight boxing champ was not involved in it now Tyson is throwing a haymaker of his own he says he is producing a limited series on its own life and he has a heavy weight talent Jamie Foxx attached to it fox will star as Tyson and will work along with filmmaker Martin Scorsese as a producer no word on when either project will make it to air or what outlet it will be on when it does I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Jamie Foxx to star in Mike Tyson biopic series

Mason & Ireland

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jamie Foxx to star in Mike Tyson biopic series

"About a month ago hulu announced it was going to do a limited tv series based on the life of mike. Tyson called iron mike and written by screenwriter. Who did i tanya k. Today a second biographical tv series about mike tyson is in the works. This one's going to jamie foxx but unlike the limited so series that hulu announced this one will have tyson's cooperation so he's going to be part of this production as an executive

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Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

Atlanta's Morning News

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

"Across the the metro metro area area remember remember the the victims victims of last of last week's week's deadly deadly spot spot shootings? shootings? As As memorials memorials grow grow for for the the seven seven women women in in one one man man killed killed double double the the SPS SPS Michelle Michelle write write reports reports live live rallies rallies are are held held both both locally locally and and across across the the country country and and support support of of the the Asian Asian community community Yet Yet that's that's right. right. Stop Stop agent agent Hate Hate rallies rallies were were held held this this weekend weekend here here in the in Metro the Metro area area Worth Worth State State representative representative Being Being when when tells tells the the crowd crowd shot shot eight eight people, people, six six of of them them being being Asian Asian women. women. Close Close range range in in the the head. head. Thousands Thousands getting getting together together in in cities cities around around the country the country to to support support the the Asian Asian community community is is well. well. Jamie Jamie Web Web is is the the daughter daughter of of Zhao Zhao Zi Zi Tan. Tan. She's She's the the owner owner of of Asians Asians massage massage Way Way were were supposed supposed to to meet. meet. Sunday Sunday before before all all this this happened. happened. That That was was the the last last thing thing that that my my mom's mom's like like We We didn't didn't really really me me because because I I always always left. left. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the memorials memorials in in front front of of both both young young Asian Asian massage massage and and Acworth Acworth and and gold gold spot spot in in Atlanta Atlanta continue continue to to grow. grow. That's That's where where members members of of several several Korean Korean Church Church congregations congregations gather gather for for Sunday Sunday service service with with this this pastor pastor telling telling CNN, CNN, the the killing killing sorrow sorrow wake wake up up call. call. Many Many Asian Asian Americans Americans tend tend to to avoid. avoid. Those Those kind kind of of things. things. It's It's not not our our business. business. Wear Wear this this focusing focusing on on our our survivor survivor but but is is defy defy awakening awakening moment moment for for us us and and the suspects the suspects Church, Church, Crabapple Crabapple First First Baptist Baptist in Milton, in Milton, will will they they vote vote Sunday Sunday to to expel expel him him from from their their membership, membership, saying saying they they no no longer longer affirm affirm that that he he is is truly truly a a regenerate regenerate believer believer in in Jesus Jesus Christ. Christ.

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Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

Atlanta's Morning News

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

"Across the metro area remember the victims of last week's deadly spot shootings? As memorials grow for the seven women in one man killed double the SPS Michelle write reports live rallies are held both locally and across the country and support of the Asian community Yet that's right. Stop agent Hate rallies were held this weekend here in the Metro area Worth State representative Being when tells the crowd shot eight people, six of them being Asian women. Close range in the head. Thousands getting together in cities around the country to support the Asian community is well. Jamie Web is the daughter of Zhao Zi Tan. She's the owner of Asians massage Way were supposed to meet. Sunday before all this happened. That was the last thing that my mom's like We didn't really me because I always left. Meanwhile, the memorials in front of both young Asian massage and Acworth and gold spot in Atlanta continue to grow. That's where members of several Korean Church congregations gather for Sunday service with this pastor telling CNN, the killing sorrow wake up call. Many Asian Americans tend to avoid. Those kind of things. It's not our business. Wear this focusing on our survivor but is defy awakening moment for us and the suspects Church, Crabapple First Baptist in Milton, will they vote Sunday to expel him from their membership, saying they no longer affirm that he is truly a regenerate believer in Jesus Christ.

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Lightning continue hold over Stars with 4-3 shootout victory

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Lightning continue hold over Stars with 4-3 shootout victory

"Brayden point had a goal and an assist then added the deciding shootout scores the lightning knocked off the stars for three Andre that's Leschi made twenty four saves in winning its ninth straight game Matthew Joseph and Steven Stamkos also scored in regulation for Tampa Bay which vaulted from third place to first in the central division that's Leschi finally allowed a goal after shutting out the stars in his three previous outings against them Jamie Benn and Alexander Radulov each scored in the final three minutes with an extra skater on as Dallas forced overtime on the ferry

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Notable Developments on the College Basketball Coaching Carousel Scuttlebutt

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:45 min | Last month

Notable Developments on the College Basketball Coaching Carousel Scuttlebutt

"A lot of movement on the coaching carousel. Over the past couple of days the big. One of course was indiana firing archie miller. After four seasons. We talked about that on a previous podcast. So go find it. We're not going to spend any time on that here but let me walk you through the other notable developments richard patino out at minnesota and as up tuesday morning. He's the new coach at new mexico. State has quote parted ways with steve. Prohm depaul finally took. Dave laid off the hot seat list. Boston college hired earl. Grant penn state hired mike castrucci berry dead leg spin a pretty good right now. It's spinning man. Yeah listen we give the. We are gearing up for this tournament. We got we got more than forty eight hours till. We're gonna tip the first game here so as expected. We've had some movement on the carousel. So we'll let's get into a little bit of this This scuttle but here kind of take it job by job. Best job openings indiana. Let's kind of go in order. I guess second best job. That's open. I would say iowa state is a better job than minnesota steve. Prohm gets fired late monday night. His jamie pollard was on the selection committee so he traveled back as he should have to meet with promo person and do what he what needed to be done You and i both seven the podcast in january. We expected steve prone to return next season. But we also didn't expect iowa state to never win a game like he just got to an irreversible point. so he's done. He put out a classy statement on tuesday morning. And i don't know whether or not steve prohm will land somewhere else head. Coaching position this coaching cycle but he will be a head coach again. He did take iowa state to three inch tournaments he was really good prior to that at murray state and certainly qualified for. It's just a matter of Is there anything out there. That he would be offered or anything out there that he would want as for the job. The candidates we're early. But i'm told that this is certainly a coach that you know quite well as well i'm told jamie pollard definitely will be considering. Unlv head coach. Tj burger near the top of his list. I can't say that he is the favorite. I just think that it's objectively true. That tj also burger will be under consideration for the iowa state job along the likes of. You're going to hear puerto moser connected to multiple jobs on this podcast because let's face it especially if he wins at least one tournament game. He's just a hot name. And he's going to be attached to iowa st paul minnesota. I i don't know if you'd be a favorite for state. But i think his name makes sense. I think utah. State's craig smith might make sense and then a high. I do have a wildcard one. Uab's andy kennedy has gone to the sec. Good job at ole miss. He's just one year and at uab but he had he had a really good year. In fact i think he won more games in his first season. This past season than just about anyone. Maybe all of all of the first year coach coaches. So i think that's a fact no first year coach at a new program. One more games this season than ak i. It's just i'm lobbying out. There is a name that should be considered. And then i did see fran for shila tweet this and i do. I do think there's something to it. Like a baylor is a one seed could be in the final four. Hey first time since bill henderson all that good stuff tang is a is a high level power conference assistant that is deserving of an opportunity would come at a power conference level. I don't know. But i think it's only a matter of time before jerome tank. Its job as well. So i'm just tossing him in knows the league as potentially someone that They should consider or at least at the very least interview sets an initial pool of

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Giving us exactly what we can handle now. Here's the thing. I'm not a religious man and and and you know. I hear this all the time. God only gives us what we can handle. What if we actually believe that though. What if we actually said you know. What twenty twenty made me stronger. Twenty twenty helped me develop my business. I know for me. I took massive radical steps forward in my business. I did things that really quite seriously. I would have never thought that. I could have done. I came out on the back end of twenty twenty with an actual staff of people working with and for me. And how good is that right. Why did i do that though. Because i didn't sit and focus on the fact. Oh my god. All businesses because business owners and operators. That's my target client as my target audience. I didn't get stuck in the back saying. Oh my god all businesses. They're all closed down because cova closed everything down and there's absolutely no business no. I didn't get focused in on that. Instead what i did is i began looking for all the opportunities i went in deep i went into find each and every area in which i could make a difference for myself because i can't control the outside circumstances i can't control cove. I can't control what's going on. What i can control is number one. What i focus in on what's served me the most. What gave me the best movement forward with my focus. Will it was absolutely recognizing where some of my weaknesses were. I didn't have some particular skills in particular knowledge. I didn't have a full fledged program. That i could actually offer out at the time now. I've got something. That quite honestly. I would have never thought i could have done. But what was was mu recognized number one. What are my strengths. What's my absolute area of passion. Where do i want to focus in on. I got really laser focused and really super clear on that. And then i went and did that. I didn't do all the little stuff that i'm not good at now. Sure there was a part of me. Let let's pick on video editing for a moment here. There was a part of me. That yeah i was trying to go do all the video. Editing i was trying to be that guy that does all that stuff but guess what hours upon hours of time spent right time that you know what i could very much used to do something else that was actually in my zone genius but i chose to want to master this whole video video editing because number one. I told myself a story. Well video editing. It's really expensive and no one can do it as good as you. How many business. Owners and operators out there who are listening to this right now might have told themselves that same story. I gotta believe that it's very possible that you did and i told myself that same story. But here's the thing. When i recognize that you know what jamie yet you can do some stuff but in the big picture of things with what people want to see how they wanna see it. Dude you kinda suck and this wasn't beating myself up. This was simply recognizing where my zone of genius is. What did i suck at doing. Podcast quite literally from july till november december. I sucked at consistency on podcast. Simply because i was too busy focusing on those things where i wasn't in my zone of genius now..

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"See i'm the firm believer in the fact that the theory the idea that success leaves clues always sometimes have to do is go be those investigators to dig it out to find what those clues were so that we don't overlook because sometimes those clues might be one of the major building blocks for you to take your business your life everything that you've always wanted up to that next level and beyond if you don't take this time for reflection and there's no better time to do that and right now if you're not taking that time for reflection i think you're really losing out on a major opportunity dig into all that was great dig into all that sucked dig into everything. Pull out the lessons. Good or bad. Ask yourself better questions of. Hey what is it. That i can now accomplish. What am i now in the in the process of actually accomplishing and actually setting myself up for take some of those lessons. Take that knowledge. Take those experiences and recognize where you can make so much difference. Whether it's good whether it's bad the good ones compound on that make it even stronger. Make it even more impactful. Add one two three five ten percent to it the outcomes. The didn't get you what you wanted. Look for the opportunities to improve them. And i'll tell you a little secret here. Those right questions. I e. What's the opportunity here right now. We will quite literally find those opportunities. Your brain your training it to do that. You know when. I look upon the year that we had here. I started a brand new internet show and let me tell you there was a time where jeez. I really didn't think that i could ever do anything like that jamie. You can't get out there and no one wants to listen to you. No one wants to hear you. Nobody's going to listen to your show etc etc etc. What did i do though. I put those ideas. Those crazy thoughts aside and we started. We started back in may early may of this year now. What was really cool when we started out. Yeah we were a little less polished than what we are now. Hell we thought we were going. Live on zoom and yeah nothing was happening. We ended up recording it. Fortunately so we were able to re share it out after but it wasn't exactly what we expected. What's great though. Is we dug into it. What went right. what didn't right. well. I'll tell you what went right with the show is that we got up and did it. We stepped up. We didn't hold back. We didn't chicken out and say oh. No one's gonna wanna watch this. No we absolutely went for it. What else went right is we started doing it. We started getting out there. The technology evolved. We got further faster forward. We moved ahead now. We're using stream yard now. We're absolutely kicking butt on this and we're having fun doing it. We don't have to sit and write out a whole description for exactly what we're gonna talk about mc we just go for it. We have an absolute blast. Doing it that comes from each and every time where we've had a discussion after the show. Hey what went great. What do we want to improve on. What can we do even better next time. That's the whole idea behind reflection when.

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"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Which amy grace jamie grace. Welcome back to the happy hour. Thank you so much jamie. Iv it's great to chat with your returning guests. You're here a little over two years ago. Episode number two three which is crazy so welcome back in q. I've been married for like five minutes advocate for five minutes. I started talking. I remember that that was like yeah like over two years ago. So yeah back your so cup and today it's you and a special guest. We should let everyone know in case you're them. I one to now and in case you do use the visual gave everybody this terrible lighting but my daughter isabella. My husband is so sweet. He brought her highchair up to my office and so she's just munching away on her lunch right now and just hanging out. Oh this is what we call like mom life. You know. you're sitting here journal podcast. This doesn't come out until the very first week of december but it we're recording october thirteenth. Which is the actual release day of your new book congrats. Today's release day. You're recording podcasts. And you're cutting up food and giving out of juice box to your daughter. This is the life literally holding a juice box in one hand and my right hand. I've got youtube on standby. That'll start on the tv down the hall so that she can run down there and be excited when she hears adama halt to sing k. So i'm prepared jamie. I've i've learned a lot of lessons. Not really sure who taught me this exact lesson by reading. Go do this. This is what. I need everyone to know because they think like. Oh my gosh. She released a book or you released an album. Or you're doing all these things i need to know. That jamie grace released a book today and she still has to feed her daughter lunch. You guys nothing changes in her life. People like how you feel. I'm like wow one year old woke me up at seven. Am or the book called ad aso there. it is there it is well in all seriousness. Congrats congrats inc. Always say that. I feel like releasing a book is feels like getting run over by a mack truck full of party supplies. It is so fun and they're like so many things and yet so exhausting. Yeah yeah it literally. Is everything like when i was attended type like instagram captions and stuff. Almost verbatim of what happens in my brain which is most of the time. Okay and i was just typing. I was like i'm excited. I'm honored i'm tired. I just left it in there. Because i was like. It's true i'm tired. I'd like instead as party supplies. So it's this exhaustion that leads into like just gratitude and joy at the time you know been working on this book literal years and so this good to finally have it out in the world. You know a lot of people ask when you release a book like do you feel vulnerable. And what does it feel like putting yourself out there in your words out there. This is not the first time you put words out there. It's not the first time you put yourself out there by any means. You're an artist. You release music. Is there a difference between handing the world something for us to listen to versus something for us to read that you created. Yeah i mean there's definitely more pressure going into this especially the nature of my music will have a lot of and i'm grateful for this but i'll have like you know people in their thirties like reach out and get like oh. My daughter's a huge fan. It's the music big her up in the morning and that's like a huge lake privilege. A huge blessing. I do think that a lot of times what happens is people forget that like i'm almost thirty and i also have a child and so my music has kind of been like kind of the very much safe for the family which i love like. I'm so glad that i can play my music in front of my nieces and my daughter and not worry about you know like oh no i record this one song. I dropped certain word in that. So i'm definitely grateful for that. It's just it's crazy like even the first time i did the interview with you. I was like well like hope. This comes out right. I was like whoa light. Jamie ivy's like an adult. Like you know like i got to do an interview on like an adult podcast like. Oh this is the podcast. Everybody's kids and so it was definitely more intimidating. Because i haven't changed. I'm still the same person but people are seeing me being in a different way if that makes sense and so it's quite a bit more intimidating for people to see like oh she is an adult she has faced things. Like this isn't just about happy-go-lucky music you know someone in emailed and they were like. Is this book okay for my thirteen year old. She has anxiety and i. You know. I can't really answer that for everybody's kid 'cause everybody's kid is different but you know i have to be honest with people and be like this book isn't written for thirteen year olds you know. This is a book about a twenty something facing adversity. And so it's more intimidating in that sense that i feel like people are like i don't know like saying like saying like oh maybe she's gone through a few things she's grown up now right before is there. It's of like this is the same. Different is the example about to us. It's kinda like win. I mean this was your life. You started doing things what fourteen. I've been owning this phrase lately. Even though it makes me nervous but i was a teen star you know i was on. Tbn as a teenager. Like on a kid's tv show so the reality the reality is when a teen star starts growing up and then they start to have they get married and have children and then they become older people. They're not that same person that they were at fourteen fifteen. That's what you're having to walk through right now right exactly and you know..

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"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Grace jamie grace's a contemporary christian music artists. Who started her career at the age of fourteen yes. She's made several albums recently. Released a book called finding quiet. My journey to peace and anxious world jamie lives on the west coast with her husband and her daughter and she's back on the show she's been on before when she was a newlywed back in two thousand eighteen so i loved hearing about all the life updates since she was last on on today. Show we talk about. Finding quiet through scenes of change. Growing up in the public is a team star in the process of transitioning to her image from child fame to a grown married woman with a family. She also shares about her experience with mental illness and postpartum depression. And how important. It is to seek help when we need it. I think a lot of ways. We all struggle to ask for help because it makes us feel inadequate maybe or less than and i loved it when jamie says i cannot rely on my feelings which are so inconsistent. I have to rely on the truth. You guys are gonna love that when you hear it. Coming up. Asking for help may make us feel inferior but those feelings are not true. The truth is that god will meet all of our needs but we sometimes just have to be willing to ask for and accept the help that he provides. You gotta love my conversation with jamie today before we get to that. I wanted to tell you guys about compassion international if you heard last week my guess. Jonathan l'amante tells us a story of growing up in the dr in the midst of poverty. And how his life was changed forever and the life of his mom was changed forever when their paths intersected with the local church there that local church was the place where compassion international could reach. The community is one of my favorite things about compassion international. And i've been able to see the programs with my own eyes in three different countries. I've seen it in kenya. I've seen it in mexico. And i've seen it in haiti as well. They are doing such good work and they need people like you to link arms with them to help..

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"You've got your host here Gina. J. And today I'm taking a page out of our insiders. League show the show that MIC, and I do every Friday and Saturday and I want to take a piece about commitment and customer service. It's what's included in this edition of. Jj Pine Welcome to this Saturday in Salt Lake how we were going this amazing Saturday morning today. We're GONNA. Talk about customer, service and. Commitment and what does it take to give at Andt? Standing Customs, says you know the business you've been to, and you just walk away in Florida at the level of service. You've gotten all when you walk into a coffee and they know your name and they ask, heyday is all. When not what's going on that just want to help. They just want to serve you even if it means giving business away from their business, and you walk away thinking home, all my God that businesses amazing they just. Help me enough. Even I couldn't sell me product. And what is it that gives what is it that gives that amazing level of customer service, and then the next part of tonight show and talk about commitment you know. What is it that you committed to what what can? What is commitment few opportunities? Does commitment create that it's GonNa. Be An ask. welcome to Jamie will light from Canada. He delivered. He's amazing. Web I yesterday as well as you. WHO MISSED IT? I'm sure they'll be a reply. Jamie Oklahoma today, brother doing and we're going absolutely sounding thing. It's Friday right that's and that's something pretty darn excited to be happening right now. I'm going to be having my little gin. My Little Negroni coming up soon so I'm pretty excited about that. Why because it's celebration for what this incredible last month and a half is provide almost two months. Months now it's been amazing. What's really stuck out for me? Is Some of the exceptional customer service that I've experienced getting some new platforms working with certain platforms to make the Webinar happen bringing some of the content together doing all the work in what I got the great great great opportunity of experiencing with some absolutely phenomenal outstanding massive complete value pack service that blew me away. Away I'm so happy to be able to report that and at the same time at the same time I'm getting some notes customer service out there that is certainly absolutely lacking the next part of it, the commitment that goes into anything the commitment that it takes to really bring that idea that thought that passion to life, and then doubling down on yourself on that investment into you. You to really bring whatever you've wanted forward. It's exciting. You know we've got some good news, but I wanNA start out with just a little bit of an idea, a thought, maybe even a little bit of a question, so a very dear friend of mine she was. You know working with a fairly large company. They had a foundation all that sort of stuff and she was. Threw herself through her own business and whatnot, making monthly contributions really out standing awesome thing to do absolutely amazing things have changed a little bit. Some things have come up with. You know some things holding back in all that it's like Hey, I've got a scale those back for a little bit here. I've got I've got a repurpose without money I think we can all really appreciate that right now. She reached out to that company and they said well. You know what that's not a part of us. That's someone else, and that was it so she's like okay. Thank you so much totally get that totally understand..

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"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"And what do your parents say to help you be open about those conversations. It was pretty early. I remember the first time we talked about sex. No, no! Do you do Deacon. Listen. Third, or, second second grade. I think it was way before then so you might not remember the first time. The, first time you remember the conversation we'll in second grade. There was like a book. Yeah, we started before then though yeah, there was a book. My mom would read me. Yeah, yeah, there's a book series of I. Think has been really really great for helping talk to your kids about sex and I always say that if you're not talking to your kids about sex, somebody else's. So the original question was how do data and I make it comfortable to talk about? It probably is still uncomfortable. I don't really know it's always. It's always uncomfortable. See this is always uncomfortable to everybody always uncomfortable, because sometimes since examples, so if it's always uncomfortable, but yet we keep doing it. What do you think that maintains? You'll. Want us to like learn the right way. So, even though it's uncomfortable, because parents talking about sex and pornography with their teenagers can feel uncomfortable. Do you see the value in the conversation? Yes, yes, okay, that's good. That's good because I think I have some friends who have teenagers that don't ever talk to them about sex or pornography. What do you think about that? That's very bad because somebody in their school might tell them the wrong thing. Yeah came hard conversation about worth it. Right Yep all right. Let's keep going yes. All Right? Here's some this. This came in a lot and I WANNA. Hear from everybody on this. There are lots of different variations of this question, but basically people want to know this. How do you feel or what do you do when your mom gets recognized in public? Or what is it like to have? Parents who are quote unquote kind of famous? Story start with you well. When my mom gets recognized. By somebody like I'll be there. Just watching it happen, and then when I look at her, I'll be like blue mountains famous well. But I kinda like it. See my mom of those people recognize her, so because usually they say. How do you do? You think they recognize story too, but I. Mean they don't talk to me. Tragedy occur digging. What do you think? It's normal now like just people in Heb will oh, my Gosh Jamie IV. Amos. What do you think? It's kind of weird. It's weird. Does it bother you if they know who you are? No, no, that's rarely happen. Okay, okay. Is just walking to the other aisle. Dad, all you guys do that. If someone comes up I'm Jamie I. Read this. All of Y'all leave just leave. Why did you leave because I don't be there? You may be familiar with the major events and battles of world. War Two, but there are so many more stories to uncover. Stories about the. Airman or the incredible women who trained to become pilots and mechanics in honor of the seventy fifth anniversary of the end of world. War Two ancestry has just.

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"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Week on this show I invited girlfriend to join me and we chat about the big things in live the little things in life and everything in between. Happy Happy June guys. We have made it to another month. I hope June treats all well. That's what I hope. Okay, my guest for today's show. Forecast on today. Actually it's four out of five people in the whole planet, and it's my kids Cayden. My son is Sixteen Amos. My son is fifteen deacon. My son is fourteen and story. My daughter is twelve there joining me today on the show now a little over a year ago, we did a special. We call Jamie and friends, and we posted that interview on our Patriotic Party, so our and friends. This was so fun the. The community over there love getting to know these jokers a bit more, and my kids loved it, too, in fact when we started this conversation I'm actually going to share what was said on that conversation and how we got here today with my kids being are three hundred guest guys three hundred episodes. Can you even believe it on today's show? I asked my children your questions. I went on Instagram and ask you guys what would you? You like to ask them and as many as we could get to, we did. We talked about teens in social media. We talked about how to talk about difficult and awkward topics like sex and porn. Yes, there difficult. They're still awkward for my kids and guess what we still talk about them. The kids also share some of their own stories of how each feel as being part of the diverse family like ours before we jump into. into the show I want to announce this week's social winner. We're giving away goody store, listeners and I love giving stuff away. It's like one of my favorite things to do is give stuff away, and I want to thank you guys all of you that have shared on social media about my podcasts. My books about our Bible study that we went through which you can still go through now called.

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"And when did you shit ship from God? This is terrible to this is an opportunity. Was there a defining moment for you or is it just that you have been this positive person that drives all your friends and family nuts because you have this argument of attitude or is there a defining moment where you anyone. WanNa go first. I'll jump in because it was very black and white. I woke up Sunday morning about a week two weeks ago and I realized that Saudi Arabia and Russia started oil war with each other and I'm from Alberta Canada one of the oil capitals of the world and I woke up and the first word I said is not something I can say right now and then the second said was like yes. There's going to be so much pain and so much opportunity. This is ridiculous. I can't believe this through anyone else. I didn't have quite as a process that I referred is in makes us begin that changing all of this and they you know now gatherings and it wasn't until I got the emails for my Kids Sports Segma- Bangle you kids sports. I come home and tell the kids. That's nice board and I said something about Trading exercise doing activities with the kids got a Bush walking intellectual and I thought now is the time to make the best opportunity just to me a bit doing different things with the kids gone bark rotting in the Bush and stuff and yes. If there's so much opportunity why are we worried about this? Let's put some things in place yet. We need to do that. Shit but look it up. Holy Crap this is a chance to do something different. That was sort of a little bit of time but it wasn't until I really impacted me personally. Haw DAMMIT LOWS. I think for me. It was basically Wednesday when most of the bars and restaurants shut down and then we decided to close our store. Thank that was a very difficult. Dark debut left early and I thought what am I gonNA do so for a stayed home for about the first two hours and then it ran out of things to do. Because I'm a person that always needs to be busy and from there. I decided I have to get up. I still have to have a routine. I have to keep learning some taking other now and I just need to be the person that all the plays that I still out. Look forward to and to one little small thing. We started doing this morning in my really good friend to me. She said rate now. Don't think about it. You're sitting semi two pitchers. What makes you happy? And that's what we did and I started it with all my friends. My family. My sister is a nurse in Toronto. One of the biggest hospital. She's the second screener and she sent me some turtles on her desk at her calendar of her kids. But just those little small things if you look around the room you're in for me. It was my two dogs. My husband and I'm not GonNa lie with Peleton happy. It was like everything everybody was here and dogs are still happy having home. My husband hardly ever sees me so I'm just going to enjoy it and I'M GONNA to take it for what it is. You never get a break like this actually enjoy your family or the people that mean the most you jamie. We haven't heard from you know I was perfectly waiting till the end. Because here's Jamie Mr positively that guy that's always there. I did have a moment. I actually had a moment on this last Monday. Here You know. I'm looking for the opportunity. I'm finding it everything's going great and then Monday came around and it was the news. Yes I'm GonNa admit it came from the news my wife Steph. She got reading some stuff out there. I'm like wow you know. We need to do a little bit. Better job of being proactive on supplies that we have here right so it was. You know maybe instead of having to three cans of beans downstairs. We wish to have six right. We weren't looking to do a bunch of hoarding. And for just a moment you know I went that little scarcity I went into that little mindset of Megani. I'm going to take care of myself and I recognize now. We don't need to hoard. We don't need to do anything like that. What I really have to do in this moment is give back. Even more is to be able to look for opportunities for some of these mom and pop shops mic. I saw one of your posts that you put out there. You shared a post about how many businesses. We're going to close because of this and I see this as you know are all of us in. This group are social responsibility to be able to work with other people there to share their business. We don't WanNA see these businesses. Go to business. We don't right. We rely on them every day. Even though we can't necessarily go there and sit down and have that sit down meal. Maybe sometimes once a week twice a week maybe we do need to think about that. Takeout or something along those lines to keep those businesses going to do our part and at the same time everyone else. No I put out a couple posts on social media. I WANNA know who's People's what business they have. I WANNA know if there's a way that I can give back if I can talk about them. Cher what they do share a little bit about their service or whatever it is maybe they come on a show with us. Maybe we start something where we have a show where the panel and we bring some of these businesses on to be able to share their product. Their service whatever. It is to do our part that way to really bring some recognition to them. I don't know but those are the thoughts and that's the ideas that changed me from scarcity. Oh my God I've gotta go stock up to one of optimism to one of finding the opportunity in the moment for me on the eternal voyeur. I liked to sit back and look at people and figure out and it could have been last weekend. My wife were. Tina was on workshops of time by myself to sit in and and being my own thoughts and so many of my friends were scared petrified because they cause I were living Calgary. Alberta and a lot of oil companies are head office in Calgary Alberta and they were scared because they were losing their jobs of personnel. After person after person and all I could think about is how can I support them and I realized all I can be is the calm in the storm and it was that clarity which was part of the impudence to have us get together with. I need to change my thought pattern to be the calm but also being able to say that there is an opportunity in everything in every in every tragedy. There's always an opportunity could be a learning opportunity a development opportunity. But there's always something and it was at that point in time that I realized that this when I changed my thought process and recognize that. This isn't happening to me but rather it's happening for me. It changes when I recognize that. It's happening for me. So how can I do something different? How can I change my thought patterns? How can I get if I'm complained? I now have time if I'm complaining about getting overweight or not eating healthy now is the time when I have the time to to to get now fake to look after myself looking different things looking parts of me that I'm afraid to look at and sometimes that's just a call to Jamie that's all it is isn't it. Yeah I think all those calls. Jamie let me tell you what you serve and that's one of my ways of giving back to because I know there's a lot of people in in there is that scarcity mindset going out there but if I can donate thirty minutes my time I can donate forty five minutes my time to get on a call and make a difference in a person's life. I WANNA do that. I believe for me. I believe I'm a very high altruistic person the diskin values profile and I come out. Altruistic is through the roof. It's about eighty seven. Eighty nine like it's insane. What that means is it. I truly have a passionate desire to help others and see that so when I see people suffering. I just want to give that big hug although I know I'm not allowed to right now in virtual virtual but if it's even just getting on that phone and finding those opportunities in a moment getting one two maybe three tools of how to change what's going on and I can feel good. They can feel good. And that's what's really important to me right. I I I love to give back Hallelujah. Random thoughts that they want to throw in here. Where about forty minutes yes. I can't believe that my entire youth I was alone or close twelve or thirteen and I was ridiculed and ostracised and now it's the cure to kill the virus so this is the answer.

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"That's how we do it right. And I'm neil throws well. I'm from Calgary and we've got guests from and the in the mountain time we've got people in Pacific Time and we have a guest for low land down under Michael's with us and we'll get some introductions later but we're here to talk about picking up your life in this terrible time this terrible like there's nothing we can do about. What's going on the only thing that I have control over is my attitude and so recognizing that it's my attitude that can control how I see the world. I am choosing to be positive. So Neil thrust we'll hear from Calgary Alberta Jamie who are you? Where are you neil? Thank you so much. Money was Jimmy Adam Chuck. I'm with you e coaching. I share my time between Vancouver British Columbia and Carson City Nevada on occasion. And sometimes you can even find me down in Florida. I'm here today. This all came about because you and I kneel. We had a quick little text discussion just on tax. It's like hey we should do a facebook live and you kind of question me a little bit. You know what's your thoughts like man? There is opportunity out there. There's so much opportunity and I'm not talking about capitalizing. I'm talking about shifting the narrative from all the doom and gloom to really seeing the positive really changing that mindset. So we're not going down that rabbit hole we're climbing out of it into the beautiful sunshine. That of course involve evolved into the rest of our amazing guests. That we've since Bailey since you're right on below me. I'd like to welcome you in Bailey. Tell us all about yourself. Thanks Jamie so I'm daily to open from Prince George British Columbia and I am to businesses. I have a home Decor Star. Which is called theory at home and I also have an interior design. Business had theory for eight and a half years now in the design business for twelve and Intel. This week I had employed nine people which I had to lay off most of them. I we're GONNA be okay with all of that and I'm going to wait a little bit more. Our kind of coping through that awesome. Thank you so much for that Bailey. Mc Mc Scott me he's right are blowing my screen. You're random below base all pick on you next nick. Welcome thanks my boss. GonNa Sam Day on from analyst Queensland Dan in Australia and when jiving message Vanson High. We've been chatting this week opportunities and business opportunities in the world at the moment and it will things that are going on. He said George Nicole and laurels yes perfect On 'em you said changing narrative on something that I've been now China now I've businesses and I'll have a contractor business reasonable. Saw his contract business. We have a bad seventy five employees and also do business. Coaching through awaken business while the business side and and that's where all the small businesses Terada China's M. onset really really don't and business and take advantage of the opportunities out there in the world side on pop to get started and folk metal. They will charities on all guys recent stuff. Hey we will be doing at the moment and we're pretty lucky where we haven't had a touched this yet but economically obviously has say. Thanks very much outstanding. Thank you so much John. My brother John. Ross near you our last but certainly certainly not least welcome on. Give us your bio introduce yourself my brother. Yeah my name is John. Ross from amendments in Alberta Canada. I've got a construction contracting business. And also wealth education business which also does investments and things like that my biggest passion is just redefining how we view wealth and inspiring other people to take advantage of that and create their own financial freedom creek thrown wife on their terms and I have literally been vibrating. The last week with all the opportunity. That's going around. It is absolutely unbelievable. And if I'm here to tell people that if you're waiting for the government to save you better waiting you gotTa Save Yourself. It is not going to happen. You're inside your house. Good recording teed. Now's the time to take some time. You're forced to sit at home. You're forced to be at employed. Take this opportunity figure out something else. It is unbelievable. The greatest fortunes in the world were built in the worst times. The point of maximum opportunity is the point of maximum pessimism. And we're almost there. I don't think we're quite there. But we're almost there Hallelujah. Brother everyone on this call ins under the panel here. Is you're preaching to the choir. We are all one hundred percent in that. It's what we do. Is it like every tragedy and it's a travesty here in upon us. What are we going to do and I for me? The first mind ship was is that this is not happening to me. This is happening for me so that I can learn and do it so it's freed up tons of time. I wouldn't normally be able to do this. Call at this time with Jamie but also like life has it. We now have the time. So we're capitalizing. We're getting together and we're working with community and unloving it so thank you all for being on the call and thank you panel for being here. Thank you very definitely key. Today is opportunity right and I think each each of you aren't panel here Bailey mic John. You've got some Opportunities Bailey. I had the opportunity to speak with you a little bit earlier and I'm excited. You shared something really cool with with what you're about to do and I'd love for you to share that here so that you know the entire world the good old. Www world out there that seeing us on social media has an understanding of what your boat to do soap. Share that with us. Please packing small. That came to me this morning because I do have a brick and mortar store and we are small business. We have closed our doors because we didn't WANNA pay humor plays in harm's way around luxury man so unfortunately right now not getting as many sales as we would like so. We did have an order that has shipped out from another local company. Another small business called Cape. Your natural and she started making hand sanitizer and I have forty even arriving on Monday. I already had people that were wanting to buy them but I just decided to give them all for free if you are elderly. You don't bottle on. My husband is religious. It's not super busy right now. Either and we're just GONNA drive around and we're GONNA leave them off people's Square steps and we'd advocate Match more bottles in hand coming in long as it supplies from come across the border from the US. We'll just keep doing it. And I've talked to other small businesses and companies instead. I can't afford to keep buying because I'm still buying not selling it to their now on board if we can get as much as we can and it's kind of like community coming together and showing what we can do. That is amazing. That's what it's all about you taking this opportunity remember. It's all about opportunity and making something amazing out of it. Sure you could do like so. Many others aren't put it on Amazon and market up ten times. But I think that's not the right thing to do people that do that. That are looking to. There's an Elton an offer a second there we've seen people that are looking to make that quick buck and you're doing quite the opposite. You're costing the company some money by bringing this by by having this happened yet at the same time you're making such an impact giving this to those people who need it being able to give it away free number one. How does that make you feel as an entrepreneur as a business owner to be able to do something big and love to hear it makes me feel really good? I rely a hundred percent on our community giving back to APPS for us to be able to open our doors and Pale verse. So there's little small things that we can do. And why Whitney absolutely the best way for people to get a hold you say I am an older person or whatnot and I needed to get some. How can I get a hold that say? Hey you know what I'd I'd love to get all of that. I'd love to be able to use. How can they do that? Avid completely say to me probably either on facebook or instagram. And we're theory harder and if you WANNA get a hold of it that way or you can even find me personally Bailey Tobin and because I don't how many bottles and we'll be picking but I just asked people that don't take it if you don't need it and make sure that there's other people that really do just because of that awesome. That's incredible one of the question. Always still we still got you here on the line with the layoffs and stuff that you've had to do. How did that go? How did it all happen? Maybe how did you come to that decision to take that step well? It wasn't an easy decision because most of us were together for some of us for fifteen years. Some of us were nine and then mostly everybody for three years. So we've Kinda built his family and we we actually are each other family with each other's all families combined together so I wanted to make sure that they were taking care of also that in the end they have a store to come back to so I'd have to reduce their hours and there. Yeah I would be lower than they could possibly get wherever. Just be more money of our savings that would go towards reps so we're just really making sure there's something for the cutback awesome. That's incredible and that does give them that opportunity right away like you said if you were to hold on and scale back the hours when it does come time to review those eae farms. We know that's going to have an effect. We know that's going to impact on you. Guys not step right away and stepping up and doing that. Really really helping him out. Incredible are the ric- down from landowner. Tell US opportunity. What does that mean to you so opportunity for me? That means opportunity the thread odd violent on hand sanitizer. Why because this community businesses shutting down as restaurants is off gone on thinking a little bit differently more customers need. That is that you have to give it to them. You know you supply business and you constantly need toilet. Paper go phone supply get type of pounds of and give it to you to your customers and hand sanitizer the these kinds of things and the dividends. That'll long-term see we'll be it'll change the game you'll business forever when it comes back every body you talks will remember that you help me out in A. Tom Need full free. Asking for money. And impact. Mike on the value of Your Business in the brain. Be Amazing and other things at all to do is any small business industry That needs help. That WanNa talk catching says free. Just gives Cole. Helpful quit smoking. -tunities or innovate. See if his way can help you to try and on reduce Hammy layoffs. You have to make that. We haven't where where probably A multiple cy behind the US. In terms of way we are with where gathering a gathering of more than one hundred people for non essentials. Some small businesses still operation. You know you gotTa Restaurant. They won't be fog people. Instead of fifty all the havoc shot.

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Okay so here I am this morning. I'm working away at the gym. And of course they got the televisions is on watching a little bit of news. And what do I see well first of all before we even get into that something really cool happened in the lower mainland here we finally after years and years and years of debate eight years and years of years of working with the local insurance company. We have finally got Uber and lift here now. This is a pretty big deal. Why will number one? I'm a great big fan of Uber and lift not to say that I don't use taxis. We'll talk about that and a little bit. But I'm a humongous fan of Uber and lift for me. It is so simple pretty much no matter where where I go I need to get a ride. I can pop on the APP whether it's Uber whether it's lift and as long as we're not triple or quadruple time I'm getting that right hale. I'm looking it up up on my APP. I'm getting that right. It's a big deal and I absolutely love to use it. Here's what's going on now just over the weekend. The lower mainland mainly Vancouver issued Uber Uber and lift finally after much debate their licenses to operate this is a big deal in the province of British Columbia. They have the provincially run insurance company. That was one of the big hurdles for Uber and lifting it over here so finally after much debate much back and forth going to court and that they finally got it going. It's actually here. Here's is what's happening though. The mayor of Surrey issued over nine thousand dollars in fines against Uber and lift because they're claiming that they don't have the proper licenses to operate. This is after being granted those lower mainland licenses. Now when I saw that it fucking pissed me off. So here's a person who's in charge the mayor of Surrey. He's an older gentleman. Nothing against older people. Hey I'm getting up there myself. But what he's failing to recognize here is the the need for innovation. The need to be on top of things. Look at what happened to sears. Here in Canada sears gone why a sears gone. because they failed fail to innovate. They fail to optimize and they are no longer in business here. They're gone toast. An iconic brand of Canada gone basically in the blink of an eye. Look here's the fact. If we want to stay in business if we want to be at the top of our game we have to innovate. What's the mayor of Surrey? Not Doing. He's failing to recognize what the needs of the people are. Yeah taxis agree. But here's the thing. Sometimes I don't WanNa get in some stinky fucking cab that that I've had to wait god-knows-how-long for that I've called dispatch. Got Shitty Service. I'm not saying they're all shitty. But let me give an example recently here. I went over to Vancouver Island and I I called a taxi service. Normally there's taxis waiting. We came over on the ferry. Normally there's taxis there. I called taxi. Service were waiting waiting waiting. I called again. I waited for over a half an hour each and every time I would call I would get horrible service. It was just terrible. I let them kindly no that. I couldn't wait till Uber lift. Came and they didn't take that very kind. I'm okay with that. I own that the other thing with these taxi companies. They're failing to innovate now. I know what you're thinking Jamie. There's lots of APPs out there. Lots of taxi companies. Have those APPs this and that they can tell you where we're there at will let me give you another example again over into name. Oh we were we were going out. It was last summer here went on their APP looking. Okay I can make this work. COULD DEAL WITHOUT UBER and lift no problem nine times we got cancelled on our pickup nine times consecutively even after calling. Finally we just hailed one down one that we saw on a road and finally got our way back home right if this is the big difference between Uber and lift because rarely if ever I think after me once or twice and I've used them a lot both companies equally as swell. I've used them a lot and I've never had that kind of poor service. I've never had those kind of cancellations or anything like that. When I when I get onto the APP I can see where they're at? This is one of the reasons why people want this. They want the new evolution of all this mayor of Surrey. Pull your head out of your ass quite literally pull all your head out of your ask and figure out what the people want. Here's the thing heuberger. Lift aren't GonNa take all the business recently. I was on a trip into Calgary. I took a look at the APP. I took a look both Uber. And well. We didn't have lift there yet in Calgary but it was over Uber App. I took a look to see where they were. I took a look to see the pricing. I'm like you know what I'm GonNa do a cab for this one. I consciously chose to do a cab. Why will the cab was right there? I didn't have to hail anything. There wasn't anything right there at the airport so I hopped into the cab right. We're not seeing Auburn. Lift is going to take everything over. We want to give people the choice most oftentimes. I want something I can pull that up on the APP and I can see where everything's going on this also brings up the idea of. How can we work together? We have to stop fucking thinking about just that singular perspective. What are artists artists? Doing artists like singer Songwriter. And all that. How often are we seeing collaboration? One of the biggest collaborations that really sticks. And I know there's been tons and tons and tons but one of the ones that that really stuck out to me was way back in the day. 'EM Riana when they got together and they did that collaboration now of course it's not the first one. There's been collaboration music for for all history and all that but that one really really stuck out because it was just these two different people but here they are coming together. What if we instead found the way to be able to work together? What if we could build to bridge between what the taxi companies are doing? What Uber Lift is doing and together make it stronger because remember we are servants of the public we? We would not exist if we weren't in that place where we're serving when we stop putting ourselves forward when we stop thinking. Oh it's all about me it's all about if I'm the CAB company. How much much money's GonNa dig into me? How can we better serve our clients instead of looking for all the shit? That's going wrong. Why not start to look for all? That's great why not start to look to say Holy Shit. Where can we make a bigger difference? Where can we have an even bigger impact? Where can we provide even better service right? What does it looks like? where could we innovate? What business are we really think about that? Taxi companies. What business are you really in? Is it just to drive people around. No it's it's to get them places it's to provide them safe and secure transport it's to make them feel certain it's to make them have that significance within. It's not just a matter of hopping in some cab and and yet where do you want to go Kahlil get you there. It's more than that. It's an experience cab companies. Take note and listen. Where can you make an even bigger experience for your clients? Where can you go and make that impact so that it's not even a question as to where your clients are going to call? Look I do this with coaching as well. I'm not in it to say. Hey you know what I'm going to coach. But if I'm coaching other coaches which I happen to you I coached quite a few other coaches right now. I think I have about nine coaches on my roster that I'm I'm working with do I hold back and hold little secrets back. And don't tell them so that I can do better. No fuck that that would be terrible and that would be disgusting. I give every single thing I've got. I'm not worried about competition. I coach all around the world. I've got a client of mine. He he lives in the Houston Houston area and for all intents and purposes because I've got a few clients there. I could say that this person is competition but I think that's absolutely ridiculous Carlos. You know who you are brother. Good luck you've been killing it. You've been crushing it. This is a big deal I look at him and I say I want to give him everything. I've gotten more. I want him to be even more successful on me. I want him to kill it and crush it like absolutely no other and if that means me giving every single one of my secrets out to make him succeed to help him succeed lead you can bet your bottom dollar that. I'm going to do that when we get it out of our heads that it's not all me me me when we get into the mindset of how can can we make an even bigger difference. How can we collaborate? How can we actually work together? To give the people that matter the most our customers the absolute most most best most impactful service when we put that mindset on when we get that clear in our heads of how we can serve and not sell. That's really where we win. It's up to us. It's up to each and every one of us to take that to own that mindset to put it in the place where we are making making that impact don't be afraid don't come from a scarcity mindset. Look you can serve go. I'll give you a challenge right now to go to one of your competitors Gulf find where you can make a difference with them. Go look to see if there's an opportunity where you can collaborate breakdown the fucking barriers. That says hey I can't deal with this person because is there my competition. No that's the wrong attitude. Challenge yourself to go and find someone were. You can make a difference where you can have a profound difference with the both of you so that you can both grow mayor of Surrey. Doug mccaren listening. Hey really get this in your head. You're looking at things the wrong way. Where can we help the public? Where can we make a bigger difference working? We really give the people what they need and taxi. Companies if you're one of those it's in that fear mindset. All you have to do is do two percent better header one percent better find a better way to do it. Make Uber and lift. Not An issue. You do that you blow me away. You come up with that infrastructure. That's GonNa get me on your APP instead of theirs. I'm GonNa love you forever. That's all it takes. Don't worry about them. Look were success has made big impacts. Look look at that reengineer it for yourself and find the way that it works biggest takeaway here vaulted find that opportunity to collaborate. This is what it's all about. Oh go make that impact kicks amass and we will catch you on the flip side.

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"jamie" 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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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"jamie" 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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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Welcome back to a nother addition of JJ podcast. This is your host Jamie J and today, we're gonna talk about resourcefulness. What does it mean to be resourceful? Who do you have to work with to get totally resourceful? Let's find out. All right resourcefulness now here's the thing. When you're setting goals when you're out there when you're doing the work to set your success up, a lot of things that I hear because I worked with a lot of clients, a lot of things I hear jeeze, Jamie. You know what I just can't get it all done? I don't have the skills. I don't have this. I don't have that folks. This is where we must where we absolutely must become resourceful. We've got a look at who else can do the task. I use this example, with my coaching clients, right? New coaches, they come out Bom. They want to get that, you know, new coaching practice odor. They wanna share all this information out there. They're not the best person to be creating that website. They're not the best person. Maybe to be doing that marketing at I yeah, I get it. There's some cost involved but get resourceful. I guarantee you, if you look around you, if you start to really dig into it, and start to look for those people that have the resources to do it, you will get it done folk. It's never ever, ever a lack of resources. We have to think outside the box we have to get wild. We have to look at all the available resources that we really do have in our life. Here's a great example go through before you start anything. And start to take a look at where those resources are who could be a resource. Is it some technology that you've got take a list, taken inventory, an actual accounting of all the resources that you really do have, and then ask yourself the really great question. Hey, how can I employ these resources? Is this applicable for me to be able to take this tool this piece of technology, whatever it is an import it into my plan, so that I can achieve the results that I'm working towards achieving? We have to think bigger, and we have to think smarter we have to think stronger, this here is what it's all about, it's going to that place of recognizing all the available tools that you do have in your life. Look, we've got tons. We've got. Many, many many we simply have to account them. Now, we've accounted him, we've got the list, how do we put it into motion putting into motion? That might even be one of the simplest things yet. Look you're planning it out. I've done the podcast on RPM plans on my own process. Oh, w n my oh, w n process, go ahead and put it into practice by fitting in those pieces. What's the question? The question is, does it have to be me? Or must it be someone else? Look, I know you're going to have that list, you're going to have all those things that you have to do. That's cool. Go ahead and figure out if it has to be you, or if it's got to be someone else that's going to take that action or going to help you with that part of it. When you do the process becomes so much simpler. Look, if you can leverage out maybe fifteen twenty thirty even forty percent of all the tasks that you have to do how much easier does it make it? What do you start to believe in your head? Do you start to? Leave that you can do it or you still stuck in that place of on my God. It's too much work. It's too hard. My hallucination is that you're going to really start to believe that you can do it that all comes from being resourceful and employing, your resources. I promise you, they're all around you. All you have to do is look for it, and then make sure that you're utilizing those resources to move forward to get you to wards your alternate outcomes. Now, if you're not doing it, you got to check in with yourself. If you're thinking you're going to be the island on the island. There's no one else that can do this. But me, I'm the best person then you're thinking the wrong thoughts comeback circle back and say, look, I have to put my pride. I have to put some of that shit aside, so that I can get this done. I can rely on other people why. Because I know they can help me. I know they can make a difference in exactly where I'm going and what I'm doing simply by leveraging them simply by being resourceful with myself and you. Utilizing those resources to move me forward. It's might be one of the biggest things I share if you're not doing this, if you're not getting resourceful, and finding who can help you who can add to your bucket of resources, take some time today. Go and look through take stock take an accounting of exactly what you really do have in your life. So that you can move your life forward to exactly where it has to be. It's been a pleasure. It's been a blast. Another great great, great session with you guys. Chatting, I love to be able to do this love senior comments below love getting all those personal DM's as well feeling the love, I want to send that love right back. You guys go and have an amazing day. Go and have an amazing Thursday. Rocket out be the absolute best version of yourself and live your life like no other. We will catch up with you, real soon.

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The Jamie J Podcast

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Welcome back to another dish into the J podcast. This is your host, Jamie J, and today today, we're gonna talk about the little things, and how those little things add up to be something really big. Let's kick it off. Okay. It's all about those little things, those small little things, those little steps that oftentimes, we don't take that we just take for granted that we don't do let me give an example here. So, of course, I'm coaching away. I'm back at it today. Now I know today today's Memorial Day. So I expect that, hey, some of my US clients aren't necessarily going to get the stuff in time to get what it is that they need get done. What does that say about their lives, if they're taking shortcuts? All this little stuff right here right now. How do they ever expect to get the results that they're looking to get it is always it is absolutely always all about the little stuff. The small little bits and pieces. The small little steps that we take to get our ultimate outcome. Some of the things that I need is a coach. Number one is my pre call planning form sent in. I require my clients do that. Why? Because it's all about them. Now, one of my requirements is. That I must I absolutely must have that pre call form twenty four hours before the session. No exceptions. Here's the thing, here's a little test. Is there a way that we could do that? Even though I send out a reminder twenty four hours before if twenty four hours before it doesn't work. Could we do something else? Sure you could. We've all got these great devices like right here. I'm holding in my hand right here. It's my phone. It's got a great little tool on there for being able to set a reminder to let me know. Hey, I've got some sort of action that I've gotta take, I can have it set at thirty six hours, forty eight hours before it's those kind of little things that are going to make the difference between having that awesome, radical success, or instead, going to that place where success does not become your option. What are the little things are you putting off in your life? Let's think about it. It can be something as small as maybe taking out the garbage. I'll just let it sit for another day. Yeah. We could do that. And we can also recognize. That in that moment. We're leading something else fit in. I e procrastination. Now, if your standard is procrastination. Hey, that's cool. Go ahead and live that standard yet, I know I fucking know that if you're listening to this that you have a standard that's much higher than that. Don't let that little bullshit. Getting your way. Don't let those little excuses, pop up that screw you up from getting done the things that you need to get done being an entrepreneur, if you're an entrepreneurial there and you're listening to this, you know that every day is a workday. How do you get the most out of it? Guess spend the time to schedule it. Now, if you're listening to my podcast, you know, I spent a lot of time talking about scheduling, Celica fucking broken record. I'm talking about it over and over and over. Why do I keep doing that? Because it's one of the things that we need the most. And we for the most part, do the least if you wanna have that radical success, if you want to set yourself up for the life that, you know, you deserve to live. Then you've gotta take these small little steps to. Make it happen. Breakdown your day. I could go into the amount of hours in a day week and all that we know we've got twenty four hours a day. We got one hundred sixty hours a week. I calculated it out and based on a forty hour workweek plus a couple of hours commute per day, plus seven hours worth sleep at night, every night, you've still got sixty some odd hours remaining sixty per duct of hours remaining that you could be spending time doing what it is you love doing what it is you want, what makes the most of that time? It's doing the little stuff. It's scheduling it in one of the big profound questions. I asked a client one time was. Hey, when do you schedule time to do your schedule, and it was like the big light bulb went off? Right. We've got to invest the time and all that small little stuff. Even if it is fifteen minutes, we can't let the small stuff build up build up build up because it turns into a fucking monster. We've got to kill the monster when it's little it's critical and important. How do we do that by taking those small little? Incremental steps look for the small stuff, you can get wrapped up looking for all the great big stuff all the great big huge opportunities yet. We will never get those opportunities. We'll never get to that ultimate outcome. Where that opportunity is realized unless we go ahead and set up a plan to get all the small little pieces. Think about it this morning. Now, if you're working today, if you're working like me, there's probably a couple of things that had to happen, number one, you had to get up. We gotta go brush, our teeth for showering in the morning. We're doing our shower. We're getting ready were shaving redoing, all those things we get out, we go pack our lunch, imagine if you didn't do some of those little things you get up, you come into work. You maybe you go downstairs you go to have a coffee and someone's like, oh my God. Your fricken breath stinks. Why? Because you forgot to brush your teeth. Same thing. Lunchtime comes your cranking. All morning. You're ready to eat. You go to the fridge. There's no food in the fridge. Why? Because you didn't pack yourself a lunch. It's that kind of stuff that I'm talking about. We have to make time for those small little bits those small little. Pieces, so that we can live are fulfilled lives. We can achieve what it is that we set out to achieve think about this for yourself. And I really want you to think deep here, this is important shit think deepen really recognize where is it in your life? Where is it in your business that you have those small little things that you're not getting done? Go ahead and think about it, go ahead and really clarify, as to what those things are that, you know, you now must do why does it become a must because when we crush those little things because when we take the action steps to achieve what it is that we want to achieve even the small ones we get to live those lives, fulfilled. We get to live, our businesses fulfilled. And that's what it's at what's the ultimate failure success without fulfillment. That's why we're constantly constantly seeking out that fulfillment. We get fulfillment by taking the small little steps, you can start today do this. Here's an exercise I wanna give it to you right now. Go. Go ahead and make a list now. I know we don't like list. We don't like this. Well, we're going to do something with this list, we I have to identify where we are. So here's the list. What are all the small little things that you've been putting off? What's all the shit that, you know, you've gotta do yet? You've been saying, I'll do it. Another time. I'll do it in another place. Whatever what are some of those small, little pieces that, you know, you must get accomplished. I want you to figure those out. I want you to get really clear come up with five ten fifteen whatever it is. We're looking for the smallest little things. Maybe it is cleaning up your office, so that you can be even more productive so that you when it comes time for you to get on that big project. You're not looking for those little things to get done so that you can feel that sense of accomplishment. No. You'll have the stuff done right. Is it cleaning up? The house is doing the yard work. Is it taking care of yourself? Is it going and getting a Cairo appointment is going and getting that massage when you do those little? Things they all add up, you will get absolutely maximum growth. Like mean I'm talking exponential growth. When you spend the time on those small little things figure it out where it is in your life, that you're falling down. It's the biggest gift you can give yourself. I mean fuck, don't you wanna grow, don't you wanna be in the place where you are? Absolutely crushing it. Absolutely killing it. I know you do you wouldn't be listening to this. If you didn't so take that time get really clear all those little things, what they are that you've been putting off and then go out and get them done. I'm serious. It's going to be one of those biggest gifts those absolute biggest gifts that you could ever give yourself look at the fulfillment, you're gonna have think of how good that's going to feel when you get to that place and you are crushing it out that you've got everything that you needed to get done done. Now you can jump into your project, myself, of course, many of, you know, I'm in the process of creating my dimensions. Courses. I've got the dimensions of goal setting. I've got the dimensions of goal achievement and I've got the dimensions of state management, now, I could find lots of little things that I've gotta do I really could if I really search for them, but I found the things that were relevant to me, getting my outcome me getting my goals, done, and I completed, those small little steps I've linked it up that when I work on this stuff that when I work on these small little pieces when I put the effort into the details to get the details clear and get the, the extra work off my plate. I get to then move onto the bigger stuff like sitting down and writing copy like getting it sent off to my guy. That's creating. Oh my PowerPoint s- like moving things forward, you'll never get to the place of moving forward. If you don't take care of the small little stuff. I get that list out figure out what those items are remember we talked about it. You're gonna have five ten fifteen things. What are we gonna do? We need to link them up with that higher. Reason that higher purpose of why we're doing them we do. Do that so that we can understand. Okay, by me cleaning up my office that's gonna give me that head space. That's going to give me that absolute clarity. So that now I can go work on this project, whatever that project might be. I've got to go take care of all my yard work, so that I can really enjoy this weekend. If I wanna chill, whatever it is look at all those small little pieces. Look at all those small little details and stick to it. Set your life up for success by taking care of the small stuff and then and only then will the big stuff flow easily and effortlessly, I shot a couple of videos this morning for Instagram Facebook linked in and one of the things that I noticed is when I look back at this week and it blew on by, like, I'm talking it blew on by why did it do that? Because I was in the place I was in the absolute zone. There was no stopping me. I couldn't be stopped. I was in the flow state. Why? Because everything was put into place do yourself that same favor. Give yourself that absolute same gift so that you can be in that place where. Are you are on stoppable? Isn't that what it's all about? I would love to hear your thoughts on this. I I'd love to get your takeaways your feedback, and all that make some comments in this hope you check this out on itunes, real soon. And I can't wait to catch up with you on the next episode of the Jaime J podcast will catch you real soon..

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Welcome back to dishes of the Jaime J podcast. This is your host Jamie J, and I've got some interesting stuff to share today. It's going to be about talking about sales talking about prospecting clients, and how to really make that impact on the first call, so stay tuned. All right. So today was an interesting day. I had a client or a potential client book session with me. And I just got off the phone with that person. Now, it was interesting because this was another coach attempting to sell their services to me now. Hey, I love that. Right. What does that person doing? They're going ahead. They're taking the action they're stepping up and they're going for I applaud, right? That's awesome. That's a big deal. What didn't go? Well, was the fact that I could tell this person was reading off of a script. Now for me, if there's anything that turns me off more is when I can tell someone is reading off of a specific script, if you're going to do that first of all master the script understand what it is that you have to say. And then go for it say that message out there get that message out there when it comes from that place of reading that script what happened with report, I can tell you I played along. I enjoy. I'm going to mitt I played along. But here's the thing. It was completely totally ineffective. Now, here's another thing. The person that called me could not remember what the connection was. They didn't know where the connection was coming from. They had misinterpreted as to what it was all about thinking that I had scheduled a call. And all that another thing. Do your research. Nowhere your clients are coming from know what you're doing before you get on that call. Now, this comes from state. I've talked and I've talked I've talked about state, and I'm so passionate about state that I'm doing some programs. It's going to be called the dimensions of state management. Look before you talked to any client before you talked to any prospect get in the right, fuck and state. What's the state for me when I coach it's fucking owning it or I step into my place. And I go for it. I'm not worried about reading off scripts. I'm not worried about what the next thing out of my mouth. Mouth is going to be. I simply absolutely own the state of knowing that whatever's coming that whatever's coming up next is going to be the exact right thing know, your client do the research on it. Find a way that you can provide massive value, research them know, everything about them. If you've got a study their Instagram, if you've got to study their Facebook, they're linked in whatever it is go and do that. Now, here's why that time invested into understanding who that person is is going to give you the distinct advantage and provide you a much much much higher level of being able to work with that potential client come in and offer them value. Find out what they're all about utilize some things that they've done Hagan. I saw you wrote that post, and it really triggered something within me. I see the potential for us to collaborate on something because your mindset I can see where you're coming from. I appreciate it so much, and it's something. That resonates with me as well. Look, here's an opportunity. I just wanna share it with you. It might be right for you. It might not. I know it's going to be the right one. But it might be right. It might be not share it out there. Anyways, get confident about what it is that you're sharing believe the words that are coming out of your mouth. It all starts with state. Now when you go into that state. Would you go into that place where you're absolutely confident where you're absolutely certain that what you're providing for that person? You're talking to is going to give the massive value. Guess what you're not selling anymore. I have a belief that we don't need to sell anything when we come across. And we provide so much freaking value when we do that. And we do that from where we know it's providing your potential client that value you stop selling. You don't have to sell whatsoever. The client is going to see so much fucking value out of that so much value just pouring out of it. They're like how do I sign up events. Thank you yourself. Have you ever been in an event, right? You see the presenter on stage. Some really great presenters. Of course, I've been to tons of Tony Robbins experiences. I've seen Russell Brunson onstage. I mean, the guy made three million dollars in ninety minutes because he provided so much value on that stage. People were rushing the booth to get the products to get the knowledge. What did he do? Did he really have to sell? Sure there were some sales. Tactics behind it not gonna lie. What's he doing? He's there to make some money on the stage. But what did he do? What was brilliant? What was genius he provided massive value? He gave

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"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"jamie" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Well, hello. And welcome back to another dish of the Jamie, Jamie podcast. This is your host, Jamie J. And today, we are going to talk about integrity. What does it mean for you? How is it showing up in your life? Most importantly, where are you using integrity? Alright integrity. What is integrity? So I had a little incident yesterday morning that really got me thinking about it. Now, I gained something. Great from it. I gained the skill of being able to use empathy. I came from a place of understanding what someone had shared now if you're wondering what I'm talking about do go and check out my post on Instagram. I've got it posted up in TV you can check me at Huey coaching. And you'll understand a little bit of the context of where I'm coming from here. This also got me thinking, I had a great conversation with my brother last night. My brother, Doug. We got talking about this, and really what is integrity. So I got I got curious this morning. I thought you know, what what a perfect topic to talk about in my next podcast. So I looked it up. You know, what what isn't integrity Google? What does Google tell me here? It says the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles moral uprightness. It also tells me it's the state of being whole and undivided. Well, isn't that interesting? Strong morals. It got me. Thinking de we remember what that means in this day, you know, in this day when we can go on we can create any sort of internet persona that we want we can put whatever it is. We want out there. We can show all the great things in our life. When our life is really maybe sometimes falling to shit. Yes. It's gonna make us feel good that we're putting that stuff out there. But are we acting out of integrity integrity to me? It means doing what you say. You're going to do. It's doing it. Honestly doing it with all the right intentions. Look when we go ahead. And we take some actions that aren't from the heart that aren't congruent say we're taking some actions to achieve a certain outcome. We're thinking, hey, it doesn't matter. What it's going to take. I'm going to do anything in everything. When do we start to lose our identity in that? When do we start to lose our integrity? Is it just making those couple little white lies though, small little white lies at? Hey, it's no big deal. It's not really a big thing. Or is it something more? To be integrity. What does it mean? It means doing what you say. You're going to do even when no one's watching. Let me say that again. It means doing what you say you're gonna do even when no one's watching because if you can do this, you know, that you're coming from a place of integrity. It's not about simply doing whatever it takes to get the result that you're looking for. It means coming from that place of inside knowing that the actions that you're taking are leading to the greater whole not making up some bullshit. Just to get whatever. You want integrity is a big thing. Look when we come at this when we take any action on and we do it from a place of integrity. We have a lasting impact. When we do it without that integrity. We tend to fall on our faces think about it from a business perspective. If you're doing things that are unethical. You know, what you're making false claims. You're you're promoting something that maybe you don't. Don't have or you don't have all the availability. You're doing it to get that quick sale. You're not doing it from that place of integrity, and guess what those customers. Yeah. The first couple that get in and get the advantage. Great. That's wonderful. The rest of them that have gone that have senior advertisement or whatever it is and have come to purchase that product. And you no longer have it or you never had it or you deceive them into something that's going to cause you a whole lot more harm than really advertising. What it is. What you do? Right. I always come back to business because I have a passion for business. One of the things that I share with all of my clients is the principle of integrity right doing the right thing. Client today talking with her. She did an amazing program. She had an incredible launch her sales are just skyrocketing. Right. She sent out an Email this morning and the Email was sent from the heart. She used integrity behind it. And she was a little bit scared because it was a real heart. Tugging email. She's like my God. Is it too far? I said, you know, what you can never go too far when you're doing it from the heart. I asked her I said did that Email that you sent out? Did it have an impact on you? When you received that from your clashing was absolutely cried. Right. It was impactful to her. Then I said you're sharing that from that place of integrity because you want people to know that you're not just trying to reel him in. You're not just trying to take money from them. And do something unethical. You're doing something from that absolute place of integrity. This is something amazing to share. She still had some concerns about gosh. Maybe it was too much. And I really let her know. I said, no you're coming. You're coming from that beautiful place and people need to see this people need to know, this let your light shine bright come from that place where you were always doing the right thing. It doesn't matter. If someone's watching or someone's not watching what we always want to be doing is making sure that what we're saying. What we're doing what we're? Experiencing. Our lives is always congruent with who we are. That's a great test for integrity. Isn't it? Are we congruent with what we're saying? Does it resonate within us? We've got to ask that question is the actions that I'm taking really my true self or am I putting something on for someone else to see, you know, another thing another thing that makes me think of integrity is the good old follow on follow on Instagram. Now, I've talked about this. I'm not going to go on it a lot. But if you're having to buy your followers and a lot of people do they call it marketing, right? It feels better because I'm going out, and I'm getting someone to market my Instagram. It doesn't matter you're still buying those followers. What what's the deal that? A lot of these marketers are doing out there. They're doing the follow on follow method. They'll go and follow a bunch of people people will get excited. The follow him back. Many people aren't tracking who's on following them. And then they've gained all these followers. Now to me that's unethical. Right. That doesn't work and that would not be integrity for me. That's one thing. I'll never do the other thing. I'm never going to do is really worry about those numbers. I love everyone out there. Who's looking at me on Instagram? I love that. But I'm not gonna go by followers to me. That's not following my truth. If someone wants to follow me if someone wants to see the information, I have the belief that they're absolutely going to do that operating out of a place where you feel that you need to do something because of that peer pressure. That's not following your own integrity to yourself. It's this simple integrity means doing the right thing can always find that. How behind it? We can look it up. What is the right thing? Right. Is it right to do? The follow on follow. Hey, I'm not an internet marketer. I'm not a I'm not an Instagram influence or anything like that. So I'm not one to say, right? If you feel that's right for you. Then go ahead. And do it fact of the matter is and the real bottom line here is that you've got a fall yourself. You've got a set your moral compass on high set that sucker up. So that frequency is vibe. Rating really high and then stick to it. It's not about doing really whatever it takes. It's about doing the right thing as much as you can as hard as you can with as much hustle as you have to get that ultimate outcome. Be true to yourself. What did Shakespeare say to find self be true? I believe that's the origins of that saying you've got to be true to yourself. You've got a set your moral, compass? You know, where are you pointing is it pointing at you for an easy direction to make those choices that you don't really care about the impact. Or are you looking to have long lasting impact that makes a real difference in people's lives? What does it you're looking to do whether it's business whether it's life, no matter what it is get clear on what integrity means to you. Remember, it's doing what you say. You're gonna do doing what you've claimed you're going to do even when no one's watching curious about your thoughts. I've added on a little. Comment section and a request to be on jayjay podcast. If you go to the page, triple W dot, Jaime J podcast dot com on the contact page. You can actually fill in some of your information thoughts and ideas for the show. I'd love to get your feedback. I can't wait to talk to you. And we'll see you real soon.

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WTRH

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jamie" Discussed on WTRH

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