35 Burst results for "Level"

Liz Harrington Shares Her Assessment of the Republican Party

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 12 hrs ago

Liz Harrington Shares Her Assessment of the Republican Party

"My question is, how do you read the, you know, if we're going to beat the Democrats, we have to do it with the Republicans. There's no other way to do it. There's no other party to look to. My question is, give us a your assessment of the Republican Party, what needs to happen, is there a schism between the kind of maga wing of the Republican Party and the establishment does the one have to take over the other. Where do you see this going? Well, I think that disconnect is kind of similar. It's people that have kind of just been very comfortable within the system. A system that is status quo that's very corrupt. And that is not beholden to the people. And so where there's so much unity, though, is within the party. The actual voters, the people in these states, I mean, the power of president Trump's endorsement is so strong because he speaks for the people and he has a real pulse on where the people and all these various states and all these various positions are. So we are unified, but it's so interesting to know because you bring up there is this more comfort level to kind of talk about hunter's laptop or talk about the censorship or these other issues which are huge and go at the heart of the attacks on our First Amendment and everything else. But why not talk about the issue that made the raid possible? There's no raid if you have a free and fair election. There's no border wide open, all these things. Inflation, there's none of that. If we have a free and fair election, that's what we have to talk about and fix because and that's where I think they're very protective of.

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Is It Time for a Refresh at the FBI? Matt Whitaker Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:04 min | 19 hrs ago

Is It Time for a Refresh at the FBI? Matt Whitaker Weighs In

"This as well as the vast majority of FBI DoJ is 99%. I mean, they're tired of this. I think, you know, I've talked to them, and I know you have, well, they're just tired of this. You're right. Do we go back? Because you were sitting at the top of the ladder there. You saw some of this play out, you've known some of these players, is it time just for, I mean, down to some deputy level, it's time for a refresh at the FBI, probably at DoJ as well. And how do we make how can we encourage that to happen? Because this has gotten singing grain. Yeah. It is. I think it's also time for Congress quite frankly to exert its really one lever that it has. And that is funding. There needs to, you know, the FBI has, I think, maybe 30 agents dedicated to lobbying Congress. They are very effective at building these relationships, explaining their mission, explaining how important their mission is and how they do their mission. But when you're priorities are taking people off of violent crime, international terrorism, you know, listen, we've had 50 people in terrorist watch list try to enter our country in the last year on the southern border. You know, all of these issues, Doug. I think it's time to start having a conversation legitimate conversation about funding for the FBI and their priorities because they always come and then they ask for more money. I supported, for example, them plussing up their cyber capabilities seemed important seems sort of forward leaning. But you know, what I think they're using those resources for instead of doing the issues I just described and so many other important issues, you know, child sex trafficking and just there's a million issues, as you know, that the FBI investigates. I think they're spending way too much time on these political cases. For example, this one against Donald Trump,

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God, In His Mercy, Is Forcing Us to Choose

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 1 d ago

God, In His Mercy, Is Forcing Us to Choose

"In his mercy is forcing us to choose. We can no longer drift along ignorant. You see these things, and you increasingly have to choose to look away, look away, look away. And at some point, you can't look away, and if you look away, you're guilty, because these things you ought not to look away. At some point, something is triggered and you say, wait a second. Wait a second. You did what? What happened? For me, one of those moments was the Hunter Biden laptop cover up. I thought when in October of 2020, the legacy media completely not only refused to cover what would have been just one of the most important stories ever. I mean, it makes Watergate look like a joke. They were not only refused to cover it, but then demonized en masse anyone who spoke about it and called it Russian disinformation. And I thought this is the through the looking glass moment because I've seen many crazy things, but this I didn't think this could happen. But the level of desperation of the Marxist maniacs is such that they will now say and do anything. They've sold their souls, they don't care about truth. They don't care about liberty and reality and what it's just whatever we need to do to win. So that was a moment for me when I just thought, or at least it was one of those milestones where I said, I am not going to shut up. I will be the last one to shut up. I couldn't care less if you kill me. I'm not going to live as a slave. I'm going to speak freely by God's grace.

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President Trump Speaks His Truth

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | 1 d ago

President Trump Speaks His Truth

"Donald Trump issued a statement. I'd like to read it to you. These are dark times for our nation. That's my beautiful home Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida is currently under siege, raided and occupied by a large group of FBI agents. Nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before. After working in cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate. It is prosecutorial misconduct. The weaponization of the justice system and an attack by radical left Democrats who desperately don't want me to run for president in 2024, especially based on recent polls, and who will likewise do anything to stop Republicans and conservatives in the upcoming midterm elections. Such an assault can only take place in broken third world countries, sadly America has now become one of those countries, corrupt at a level not seen before.

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Eric Trump: When Will Enough Be Enough?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 1 d ago

Eric Trump: When Will Enough Be Enough?

"For example, last night on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News channel, president Trump's son Eric was with the 45th president in New York City. In fact, it was Eric who got the call that there's an FBI guy with a machine gun at the gate of Mar-a-Lago. There are 30 FBI agents. They've just cracked into a safe that it turns out was allegedly empty and they're carting away boxes and boxes of documents. And I wanted to pay close attention to what Eric Trump had to say to Sean last night on Fox News channel. What could they possibly think existed? Inside of Mar-a-Lago in a box that was taken from The White House that was so damaging that the FBI director and the attorney general of the United States would have to raid a former president's residence and grab everything out of there because that doesn't make sense. What could what secret document could possibly rise to that level? I don't know, they'll probably find a note for me telling him how proud I am of him and what a great job he was doing as president. They might find some pictures of my kids, maybe some nice headlines, maybe a nice note from you Sean. It's insane. How many times can you cry wolf? I mean, the FBI dragged this whole country through hell for three years based on lies and deceit and dirty dossiers and fisa warrants and everything else, right? And everything proved to be incorrect, fraudulent, made up and absolute sham, they dragged this country through hell, and here they are again, rating the guy's house. I mean, when do you give up? When do you say enough's enough?

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Trump: Clinton Was Allowed to Delete Emails, Never Held Accountable

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Trump: Clinton Was Allowed to Delete Emails, Never Held Accountable

"With the now fully debunked Russia, scam impeachment, and so much more, it just never ends. It's political targeting at the highest level. Hillary was allowed to delete an acid wash 33,000 emails after they were subpoenaed by Congress. Absolutely nothing has happened to hold her accountable. She even took antique furniture and other items from The White House. I stood up to America's bureaucratic corruption. I restored power to the people and truly delivered for our country like we have never seen before. The establishment hated it. Now as they watch my endorsed candidates win big victories and see my dominance in all polls, they're trying to stop me and the Republican Party once more. The lawlessness, political persecution, and witch hunt must be exposed and stopped. I will continue to fight for the great American people. That's

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President Trump's Statement Announcing FBI Raid at Mar-a-Lago

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 1 d ago

President Trump's Statement Announcing FBI Raid at Mar-a-Lago

"45th president of the United States and his statement that was released on the truth social platform since he has been banned from Twitter, revealing that FBI agents had raided his home at Mar-a-Lago. He wrote, these are dark times for our nation as my beautiful home Mar-a-Lago and Palm Beach, Florida is currently under siege, raided and occupied by a large group of FBI agents. Nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before. Began after I was working in cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate. It is prosecutorial misconduct. The weaponization of the justice system and an attack by radical left Democrats who desperately don't want me to run for president in 2024, especially based on recent polls and who will likewise do anything to stop Republicans and conservatives in the upcoming midterm elections, such an assault could only take place in broken third world countries. Sadly, America has now become one of those countries corrupt at a level not seen before. They even broke into my safe. What is the difference between this and Watergate were operatives broke into the Democrat National Committee here in reverse, Democrats broke into the home of the 45th president of the United States.

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'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

"High school graduates are headed to college and still dealing with the learning disruptions of a pandemic They were sophomores in high school when the pandemic hit now young adults worry that upheaval and long stretches of remote learning have left them unprepared for college level work Angel hope is taking the summer bridge program at the university of Wisconsin at Madison I was more of going to online school to pass not really to learn He graduated near the top of his high school class and yet I think if I didn't take this program and I went straight into the fall I would be moderately unprepared Alison Wagner with the scholarship program all in Milwaukee It says many students are going on to college academically malnourished She saw startling numbers of applicants who spent half their school hours working part time jobs or couldn't study higher level math or science because of teacher shortages experts fear Many will struggle unless America's schools can find a way to close those learning gaps I'm Jennifer King

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Inflation Bill With Sinema and Manchin's Backing Is Horribly Misnamed

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:31 min | 2 d ago

Inflation Bill With Sinema and Manchin's Backing Is Horribly Misnamed

"Thanks to a an abject surrender by both Joe Manchin and Kristen sinema. I guess we should have known this was coming. They remain anchored in the Democratic Party. I've had some hopeful queries to the contrary, but clearly mansion deep in his heart is a Democrat. And he has used his influence as a cinema to produce some maybe slight scale backs and moderation. And certainly delays. In the democratic effort to throw money at the economy. And what makes the whole thing I think so repulsive is the attempt to now do that, which is bad enough. But then to label it, the quote inflation reduction act. I mean, this is taking hotspot to an embarrassing level here because let's think about it. What is inflation? Inflation is too much money, chasing the same number of goods. If you expand the amount of money that is hurled into the economy and the amount of goods in the economy remains the same, you're going to get more inflation. So true, the Biden people are saying, we're going to save money here. We're going to save money there. That often becomes a kind of prediction, which may or may not come to pass. What you do know for sure is you're going to spend money.

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Sebastian Talks About the Lies Behind Jan. 6 With Rep. Troy Nehls

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 4 d ago

Sebastian Talks About the Lies Behind Jan. 6 With Rep. Troy Nehls

"First things first, got to talk about it at January 6th. You have been digging into the documents for over a year now. It is the subject of your book. What are the things that the people in power don't want the American people to know about those four hours? Well, what you're seeing from this January 6th sham committee on televisions across America. Now, I know they're not getting the ratings they would like beni Thompson is the puppet and Nancy's the puppet master. You've got Liz Cheney and Adam kenzie gunner. But this book really talks about all the things that they're not talking about. They don't want to talk about the intelligence that the leadership of the capitol police had. Before the event. Before the event weeks leading up to the event. Telling them that they need to prepare. That's right. The capitol police leadership team, specifically the intelligence section, they produced three reports, intelligence reports, dating back to December 15th, December 30th, and then January 3rd. And I highlight all this in the book. And if you would have read that 14 page report, that intelligent summary on January 3rd, you'd have read a paragraph, you would have said, as an entry level law enforcement officer would have said, we need to have the National Guard here, the following day.

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China Flexes Its Muscles Over Taiwan

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:12 min | 5 d ago

China Flexes Its Muscles Over Taiwan

"China is conducting precision missile strikes in the Taiwan strait. So Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan. The idea here was that she was going to demonstrate solidarity with Taiwan. And China immediately started conducting precision missile strikes in the waters off Taiwan's coast as part of military exercises, raising tensions in the region to their highest level in decades. According to The Associated Press, China earlier announced that military exercises by his navy air force and other departments were underway in 6 zones surrounding Taiwan, which Beijing claims as its own territory to be annexed by force if necessary. 5 of the missiles fired by China landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone off haruma. An island far south of Japan's main islands, according to the Japanese defense minister. He said Japan protested the missile landings to China as quote serious threats to Japan's national security and the safety of the Japanese people. Japan's defense ministry speculated that four missiles flew directly over Taipei, the capital city crossing over the mainland and hitting on the other side of Taiwan. Taiwan's defense ministry did not deny the claim saying the flight path was quote outside the atmosphere is not harmful to the vast area on the ground. It flies over. So saying, well, yeah, it overflowed the island, but it was very high up so you wouldn't really even have noticed it. It would seem like kind of a plane. It's very high. That said, the purpose there is to demonstrate which they need to demonstrate because pure geography tells you that Taiwan is under the missile umbrella of China.

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Monkeypox Is Not a Public Health Emergency

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:02 min | 5 d ago

Monkeypox Is Not a Public Health Emergency

"The White House has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. Sort of like Michael Scott, declaring bankruptcy. The Health and Human Services secretary Xavier becerra basically went out to the middle of the office and shouted. I have declared a public health emergency. Here he was yesterday. In light of all of these developments and the evolving circumstances on the ground, I want to make an announcement today that I will be declaring a public health emergency on monkeypox. Okay, and then Xavier becerra said to reporters quote, we are prepared to take our response to the next level in addressing this virus, and we urge every American to take monkeypox seriously. I'm not going to take monkeypox seriously. On a personal level. Sorry, not going to. I don't mean like, I'm not worried about people getting monkeypox or transmitting monkey box. On a personal level, I have zero concern about getting monkeypox, and you shouldn't either unless you are engaging in promiscuous sex with people you don't know. That's all. This idea that everybody is equally vulnerable to monkeypox in the same way that you were vulnerable to COVID is totally crazy. And the fact that the federal government continues to push this line is ridiculous on its face.

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Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow on the Echo Chamber Trap

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 6 d ago

Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow on the Echo Chamber Trap

"Concerned are you that given this massive and totally justified mistrust of the establishment voices, Alex, that we having a an unhealthy fragmentation where people just go to hear their own predispositions echoed back at them. Look, I don't think that's a conservative issue per se, because you and I know what MSNBC said last night. We know what CNN said. But for the low, what is it rush called on the low information voters, especially on the left, the propensity to just be trapped in this ever shrinking echo chamber, does that disturb you? I very much does, and I'm still stunned at people who never read breitbart and never come in contact with our content or aren't familiar with what we're doing because we're other than perhaps Fox. We're certainly the biggest game in the news generation. World on the right and we're providing content that we rigorously fact check. It is scrutinized as such an incredible level. The content is on the saleable and you still don't see it promoted in places like Apple news or Google news because they know that the content that we're putting out there is a threat to the corporate establishment globalist status quo. And now with Democrats occupying the entirety of Washington, that as well. And so people really do make an effort to suppress the information that's a threat to what's going on.

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Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Her Dad to Talk About Abortion

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 6 d ago

Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Her Dad to Talk About Abortion

"A big development in Kansas, which some people who have focused solely on the election primaries have not emphasized. But there was a referendum in Kansas, the point of the referendum was to modify a provision in the Kansas state constitution that would return the abortion issue to the legislature. And this was up before the people of Kansas and they voted the amendment down, which is to say they voted to keep the constitution as it is, and you might say, protect abortion rights, abortion rights, so called in Kansas. Now, Kansas is a moderately conservative state, and so the left is celebrating this. Wow, the abortion issue has so much political traction for us. It's going to help us to promote our promote Democrats in the midterms. So I kind of wanted to get your take on what's happened in Kansas and what is this a message to the pro life movement to gear up? It is because the left is going to stoop to any level to do any kind of disinformation campaign to really scare people into thinking that things are much worse than they are in reality, Kansas is a conservative state. There are solidly pro life state. And even in Kansas, there are only actually have in the whole state a couple abortion clinics. And of course, that is a couple too many clinics, but in reality that this state they're saying is becoming this Mecca of abortion now. People around another states can come to Kansas for abortion, but we're really talking about really just very few people who I think are these very radical pro abortion advocates. And they were the ones who turned up who really got other people to show up by, I think, scaring them. And they're thinking that perhaps the laws were different than they were. And I think the pro life side probably thought, oh, you know, roe V wade's overturned. So we're good to go now and we can just rely on the states to be conservative and pro life that they will pass the laws we want, but the other side really showed up and unfortunately our side didn't.

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband, Paul, Pleads Not Guilty Over DUI Crash

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | Last week

Nancy Pelosi's Husband, Paul, Pleads Not Guilty Over DUI Crash

"I want to talk more about Nancy Pelosi's husband because that was very intriguing and as a former police officer I get very interested in stuff like this. So I have the case report here at least not the case report. I have the text from the complaint that was made against mister Pelosi and I'm going to go through some generalizations or summaries from this particular complaint. So according to the complaint that was made against mister Pelosi that the vehicles that were in a collision at ten 15 p.m. had major collision damage. When a police arrived on the scene, mister Pelosi was still bucketing the seat belt in his Porsche. And when the police officer walked up to him and asked him for his identification, he ended over his driver license along with a card that says 1199 foundation. According to the 1199 foundation website, it provides emergency assistance to California highway patrol employees and scholarships to their children. Donation levels show that the membership card is provided for a minimum gift between 3000 to a $100,000.

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Dr. Ashley Lucas Describes the Success of the PHD Weight Loss System

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last week

Dr. Ashley Lucas Describes the Success of the PHD Weight Loss System

"The system just seems to be so obvious. Instead of locking yourself into a system that you can't maintain properly after you've lost the weight in which of course results in the spring back of all those pounds, as you explained it to me as Rachel is your team explained it to me. It's very simple. It's about chemistry. If you have weight you want to burn. You need to burn it. And if you're eating stuff that your body will burn instead of burning the fat, you never gonna burn the fat. So this is why cutting sugars minimizing carbs in the beginning is how you, in my words, you reset the body chemistry. It worked for me, tell me what I'm getting wrong. What I'm oversimplifying, but explain how the PhD system gets these incredible results. It really is doctor gorka that some have to teach the body how to burn fat for fuel. And nearly every cell in the body prefers to work this way metabolically, but we don't let it by the way that we've been told to eat. And so what we need to do is find that unique place that unique carbohydrate tolerance level where we can get the body into burning fat. For the majority of us, I want you to think that this excess fat weight is locked away in a freezer store that you can't access. So you're hungry all the time. You've got cravings. It doesn't feel good. There's inflammation as a result. And that can come out like knee pain, joint pain, poor sleep, that poor mood, but when we can unlock these freezer stores when we can teach the body how to burn fat for fuel, then this is when you can see this much more effortless pain weight loss. And by finding your unique carbohydrate tolerance level, it doesn't mean that you've got to be keto or very low carb or follow the Atkins diet, but it's going to be unique to you. And that's what we do is we create this customized meal plan to get each person in their unique state of fat burn.

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We Think Arizona's Kari Lake Has It in the Bag

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | Last week

We Think Arizona's Kari Lake Has It in the Bag

"With us right now is the person who looks to be the Republican nominee for governor in Arizona and she looked like as if she was down, but we held the line here and he said, I don't know, there's a lot of people still there. Carrie like joins us right now. Carrie, first, the more important news, congratulations, happy anniversary. Is that 24 years for you and Jeff? Four years with Jeff, my husband sitting right here next to me, 24 years ago, we got married in Sedona. It was the best day of my one of the best days of my life. Well, it seems as if these couple days won't over overcome that, but might rival it. I will say the stress level was pretty high and I wasn't that stressed on my wedding day because I knew I was making the right decision, but, you know, we're living in times where our elections are on shaky ground. That's why I won because the republic is in jeopardy because of shoddy shady elections and people know it and they want to vote for leaders who will go in there and make sure that we restore honesty to our elections, which we do intend to do immediately. Yeah, and so Carrie, it looks as if, you know, the lead right now is 12,000 still a lot of ballots yet to be counted. Are you confident that with these final ballots, they're going to be counted ethically and transparently. We're getting a lot of emails to people that are still nervous. I believe that it's in the bag for you and onward to the general. What are your thoughts? All of our statisticians, all of our experts in this say, it is impossible for my opponent to come back from this. It's going to go in my lead just keeps growing. And my confidence is going to be ethical, what's going on down in Maricopa County, hell no. Since when did ethics come into play when it comes to Arizona elections? And that's why we have to reform them and restore honesty to them.

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Songwriting Legend Diane Warren Shot Down for Having a Good Question

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | Last week

Songwriting Legend Diane Warren Shot Down for Having a Good Question

"So Diane Lauren decides to weigh in on this whole renaissance nonsense. I'm so glad she did because she brought something up that really needs to be discussed. Diane Warren prolific songwriter has worked with Beyoncé before. The song I was here, she wrote that for Beyoncé, but because she spoke up, members of Beyoncé's beehive just, you know, they don't think she's anybody. They think she's some out of touch white lady who doesn't understand the songwriting process. No, because she's probably the best of all time, assholes. But you know, she rightfully questioned why in God's name on the 25 writers on one of Beyoncé's tracks. This is the first time that's happened. Beyoncé's known for crazy. Remember, her daughter Blue Ivy got a producer credit? And it was basically up for a Grammy at like four years old, whatever the fuck? The song they're talking about. I'm done. There's something to answer. It's called alien superstar. It's basically Beyoncé bragging about how she's the best and all you are the hose need to get out of her way, standing stuff from Beyoncé lately. Now, Beyoncé has got a super producer called the dream, he had the response back to Diane on Twitter, and he made it racial in a nanosecond. For no reason. He wrote back to Diane, you mean how does all black culture have so many writers? Well, it started because we couldn't afford certain things thought. Now, so we started sampling and it became an art form. A major part of the black culture in America had that era not happened. Who knows? You good? This tweet is filled with grammatical errors and bad spelling. Just 5th grade level of correspondence. Not that it matters. The guy's got 25, 30 million in the bank, but still. And then this little condescending prick goes further. He says, I know it's not a one on one songwriting contest. You looking far from no one over here. You don't want that smoke. And you know I love you, but come on, stop acting like your records haven't been sampled. Then of course, all white lady gets very scared of said black man and has to bow down because, you know, we can't, you can't go toe to toe with anybody that's not white. It's racist. So the end bows down. I didn't mean that as an attack or as disrespect. I didn't know this. Thank you for making me aware of it. No need to be mean. I meant under suspected Beyoncé, I work with it before. I admire her. I'm sorry for the missing the standing. Have a backbone, Diane Warren.

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Go back to the episode. Where i talk about. Why growth is so hard. It's only like five or six episodes cigar. Why growth is so hard. Because i share with you. Why that he is going to that into too much debt today. But i want you to start to think about being a willingness to change a willingness to grow a willingness to learn because as we're locked in talks about the resistance that's the resistance if we're not willing to go to that next level if we're not willing to look the blocks if we're not willing to take the time to unpack our mindset to figure out what's stopping us. They were always going to stay in the same comfortable's aren't the same vision of selves. And we're not going to grow so we want to embrace that annoyed that it's all part of the process. And so what's really ks. That you recognize that you try to hold onto what is and stay in the past who is willing to embrace the new and recognize the resistance for what it is a little bit of fear. That's all it is and a lag a south to get comfortable with the change. Embrace it welcome it and know that you were born to change the evolve. It's part of your dna something that we as human being a creative pool with always changing so. Are you willing to go to that next level. And what's currently stopping you from getting there and if you take the time to quiet your wind and ask yourself that the answers will absolutely come forth. They will be there right on the neon. Sign that flashing at you going. This is why. And if you allow us off to quiet your mind and find it you can then bring so much more awareness to and recognize how that story. That new devil is keeping you playing small. That new devil is a story telling south of keeping you from that next level. That new devil is keeping wanting to stay safe. And when you shift that you work through that on my goodness the floodgates are going to open in a whole new version of you is going to come forth but also only abundance and success. That comes with that. Because you're starting to up level in a way that you've never op level before and when you up level like that everything comes your away and i don sightings. We've like. i know. That sounds really fantasized. As i say that i'm literally like aw for someone who's listening to who is really stuck in that glorifies could be looked thinking listening to this going. That's really a fantasized. Way of looking at it and look it may be but when i say the shifts in my clients and guard from that level of like not believing in themselves data themselves fear themselves to. Oh my goodness of course..

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"There are certain things that you've done extremely well to get to where you are today so please take the time to acknowledged l. Recognized all the things. You've gone through all the challenge overcame all the time you push through the overwhelm and challenge yourself to keep going. Please acknowledge those qualities within yourself. That got you to where you are today because you're going to need that awareness. You're going to need those belief systems to get you to that next level of growth. Okay to get you over that next precipice. So the reason why. I say this is because as we acknowledge that we start to see. What are the things we've done where the action steps that we've taken to get where we are today and as much as you want to hold onto. The is because they are familiar and because they have gotten you results in the passing of evidence to prove that it worked. It's really time now to start to online those things and sought to learn new ways of being new ways of growing. Because guarantee you the way you got to five k. The way you got ten k. The way you go to twenty k. It's going to be very different than getting to the next version of your thirty k. For decay fifty k. Months okay and the cape hot here is believing that it's possible even if i'm saying that you like twenty k. Months christine you're insane or fifty km months. That's not even possible. Notice notice the chatter. That's going on in your mind of what you believe is possible for you because that's where your work begins. Money mindset is a key element of every stage of growth. So if you're noticing an uncomfortable feeling within yourself you noticing feeling pit of your stomach where you're just like. Oh that feels awful guard that that's why your work is because the more that you can be okay with that nextstep the easier it becomes and so we want to work through any of those blocks keeping you stop at that old level so we want to online the old version of ourselves and stop to create a new version. So this is where. I'll literally was helping client through these last week. Because she's a sage of business where she's grown into a certain level and like i said said things have worked so far and she's gotten to this stage and now to get to this whole new sage. She needs to work out where she wants to go. And so she's created this monster of a business and she has created this space where she's not absolutely loving it and so what she needs to now look at him what i was helping through his actually now creating a whole new version of what she does want to leave into because otherwise we're still we're looking to.

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"So today. I really wanted to talk to you. All about new level new devil. So over the break i created a beautiful guide all about ten money mindset shifts that i've had to put into my business to elevate myself to my next level of success and so if you really want to supercharge your business definitely to the link in the shine arts and grab your copy you can also find the link fire my by on instagram as well and saw as i was working through that and now nasa to step into his whole new year and creating new priorities and you focuses on where i want to take my business this year. I've sat us to thinking about how i'm creating my growth plan and how sitting myself up for success. The she next year the year often. And what i wanted to create on a long-term basis. And as you start to do that you were going to come up against some barry. You're gonna come up against some mindset blocks and that's hardly so wanna share with you some of the things that you may experience as you start to push through a new precipice of success in new precipice of growth milestones. All that sort of thing. So what i mean. By new level new devil is that every new level of business requires a whole new version view and we sat comes a whole new version of blocks and belief systems. That are going to keep you stock and self sabotaging behaviors that are going to keep you playing small. You have created a beautiful comfort zone in the level that you're currently sitting in and that level of comfort ability is going to be challenged as you start to grow to a whole new level. So maybe you've got to the point where added to be quite busy and you quite booked and now you like how do i manage my mindset throughout this busy period. How do i manage. The systems may be look at different processes may need to hire a tame and so all of that is a whole new version rights. A whole new version of you that is required to show up differently to believe that you're capable of learning and growing and upskilling and all managing paper. It's a whole new level of skill set and so every new level requires a whole new version of you. And i'm going to continue to say because i need you to take it on board as part of who you are two nor that you outgrowing throughout experience and i love that saying grocery what you for if you allow yourself to now if you are holding on feast clenched to the old version of you and hauling on fists clench to the old level of business. That has been normal for you. That has comfortable for you. Then you could be creating more resistance than even not necessary so firstly. I want you to acknowledge yourself a how you have come so before you even go to look at that next level of guards. Please take time to stop an acknowledge yourself and celebrate. You a wins. The reason why i say this is not just to enjoy yourself and have been a fun and celebrate. It's actually to embed belief systems that you're able to achieve. You're able to learn and you're able to grow because that's exactly what you've done to get to where you are today so please take the time and actively choose to look at how you created the results you've created so far right. There are certain things that you've done extremely well to get to where you are today so please take the time to acknowledged l. Recognized all the things. You've gone through all the challenge overcame all the time you push through the overwhelm and challenge yourself to keep going. Please acknowledge those qualities within yourself. That got you to where you are today because you're going to need that awareness. You're going to need those belief systems to get you to that next level of growth. Okay to get you over that next precipice. So the reason why. I say this is because as we acknowledge that we start to see. What are the things we've done where the action steps that we've taken to get where we are today and as much as you want to hold onto. The is because they are familiar and because they have gotten you results in the passing of evidence to prove that it worked. It's really time now to start to online those things and sought to learn new ways of being new ways of growing. Because guarantee you the way you got to five k. The way you got ten k. The way you go to twenty k. It's going to be very different than getting to the next version of your thirty k. For decay fifty k. Months okay and the cape hot here is believing that it's possible even if i'm saying that you like twenty k. Months christine you're insane or fifty km months. That's not even possible. Notice notice the chatter. That's going on in your mind of what you believe is possible for you because that's where your work begins. Money mindset is a key element of every stage of growth. So if you're noticing an uncomfortable feeling within yourself you noticing feeling pit of your stomach where you're just like. Oh that feels awful guard that that's why your work is because the more that you can be okay with that nextstep the easier it becomes and so we want to work through any of those blocks keeping you stop at that old level so we want to online the old version of ourselves and stop to create a new version. So this is where. I'll literally was helping client through these last week. Because she's a sage of business where she's grown into a certain level and like i said said things have worked so far and she's gotten to this stage and now to get to this whole new sage. She needs to work out where she wants to go. And so she's created this monster of a business and she has created this space where she's not absolutely loving it and so what she needs to now look at him what i was helping through his actually now creating a whole new version of what she does want to leave into because otherwise we're still we're looking to the past and we're looking at the pine that's attached to that and we're trying to move away from that but when we relive that lines we're actually just creating more of it so what's really key is like i was saying before about my way of looking at this year is now creating a new growth plan of where i want to go and how i'm going to get there and the white had a looking at that is looking at. What is the belief systems. I'm going to have to embed. What are the emotions that. I need to be practicing. What is the language that. I need to be using to describe where i wanna go. And how can. I use that language to describe my experience now now. I'm looking to go into that too much in depth. Because i'm going to talk about the language of success and floor and the ease and the the way that we describe our experience. It's how we create a new experiences. So look i dive into that too much today. But i want you to start to think about how you're describing your experience and let's say that next level of success that you're going after i want you just think about how you would describe yourself in that. How would you describe yourself with that level of success under your belt. And that's the belief systems that you want to start to embed now because the quicker you can believe those beliefs the quick you create that reality. Sorry what what i'm saying is when i talk about new level new devil and you may have heard that term before is that we want to recognize. Where's the resistance. What are the belief systems. That are keeping me stuck. Where am i playing small. What am i telling myself about my current experience which is hindering me for moving pasta. It

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"If you've been listening to this podcast for awhile then united i loved talk about money mindset. It's one of the biggest things that has shifted my business from having inconsistent months to being fully booked and making five hundred a month every single month so if you want to work on your money mindset this year and stop any the money that you nor the you deserve to own in your business then you want to get your hands on my new guide. Ten mindset sheaves to supercharge. You'll business. I'm sharing with you. Every step that i have taken to elevate my income and subtle. Welcome the abundance and not just money like oportunities and all this incredible abundance come into my life in the last two years to your copy. Has the lincoln the shy nights you can also find the link via my bio on instagram dallaglio. Copy now and let's get into today's episode. The next step in life caused by chris thank wilkin is for all hots entrepreneurs who wants to up level then mindset motivation and fitness to make a positive and meaningful impact in the world today. So if you love what you do and wanna hear from inspiring toilet ladies and successful business and where we have real conversation real connections. Then this is for you. I want to assist you in finding the clarity anyway as you need up little your mindset and set your soul on fire to take math it aligns action in your business so you can take your life to the next level ready to get started. Let's go welcome.

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"That i wanted to be doing. And i was just basically doing client web essentially end is that borough climbs the game always always behind and catching and i'm a huge fan of customer experience and customer service of always worked in customer service positions in in the past and that was slipping and that makes me inches so that was my biggest challenge and to be honest. I haven't i become it yet. Because only just taking time to break now so i definitely next stiffens that are willing to do it again. Right difference between being proactive and being reactive and not reactive phase. You're actually not spending on the brain. New feels like consumed fresh so it can feel but actually running on adrenaline because you physically running adrenaline. You're in distress state. The whole time stand constant. Bring your adrenalin down. Actually united tend to be able to feel like you can be proactive. So taking your break. His deflated. I keep the needs to be out to be proactive for sure. Got a imposter was one of them Well that's that's always gonna come up and that's gonna come up at entry level that we moved from his own stern wealth over at prosperity We were at one level. You record at six figures than you get to the next level. You have to work at it. Again and again of kim's working at different levels to one of the biggest ones and just really honoring Honus that's really what it choke and the lace in my souls and so that the tree missing aces in the south. Aleichem is so trust. That came into play that i trust at at knowing my intuition one and my belief in my soul and my movies in in and the reason i did succeed was that i believed it possible and that the missing king has many people they want It's possible and the twentieth.

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"To the next level ready to get started off. Let's go welcome to episode 184 why trying never works? Wow, I have had such a whirlwind of a month and it's been so amazing to celebrate my birthday in September and to reflect the year. That was last year. Oh my God, like this has been crazy. Like I remember sitting with my friends last year celebrating my birthday in 2019. And there is no bloody way that I would have been able to imagine what transpired following that year. Right? Like everything that's happened this year the highs lows the challenges the obstacles the impact it's had on my business that impact it's had on me personally just in the way I could never have even imagined going through what it is that we've just gone through I like it's just crazy and some of the biggest lessons that I've learned that has been how I show up the way that my mindset has impacted every single thing that I do the way that my business has shifted. And by the way that I've been able to Pivot and innovate in the way that I've been able to Really realign with what's really important to me would only have happened with everything that transpired this year. And one of the biggest lessons I've learned is any time that I notice my mindset going into may I will just give it a try oldest. Try this I would try right any time that I'm using the word try it's been such an indicator to where my commitment was really low where I was so focused on trying to prove that. I was just trying to give it my all when I really wasn't actually giving it my all and you know what it's the biggest difference that I see in business owners the ones that I support as well I think business owners out there as long as it's exceed the difference between the ones that don't the ones that do the ones that actually truly reach their potential and a level of success that they want is the commitment to Mastery..

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"May Be more sustainable and make the world a vice by using cloud marketing in supporting the only businesses as well along the way. Yet really vary that slave from business business, but I think the businesses that is exceeding with collaboration like. A quite agile inflexible in two opportunities. That's a very good point to make businesses that are closed off to collaborations, overprotective or order everyone anyone else or They you know maybe in the Pasi Ninety take advantage of other businesses in collaboration that ultimately not gone away in the marketing game, because all of that collaboration of waking. Together, Absolutely no I really love that. Review the shade I think that's really key. And it comes to any form of business partnership soul, even with the customers being argument right in in this time in what's happening in the world right now go to change is going to be open to doing things differently and doing new things. Absolutely yes, I love that I think an. Always pethick time. Why not? Now? It's one of the most cost effective strategies you can. Cry The business and stay relevant and do things differently, so yeah, it's a good time. On -solutely and speaking about not what's next folklorist? Hopefully some more survival bow be good. The next few months I think as well look you know. All of the twenty twenty plans vain thrown out the window because we've had to adapt to this time I. Think it's sticky at us. In a direction, I never expected us going down especially sight, saying and I've kept myself busy tinkering away at act design, which yeah with something I've never. Always thought always in the to hide basket. It's too expensive and more mores at drive down. The more I realized that we actually had elementary schools in house. That would be interested in giving this guy and I am so wrapped up in the design of as I've really enjoyed that. Because you know making everything so immobile and my friendly. User friendly in that way on a small screen means that you have to simplify everything. Get to a point. I've never done before. which has been a really great problem solving challenge and I think it's going to work wonders when we eventually is, which is no Thomson. This'll definitely in design stages. It's still going to be months and months and months. It is, it is such an incredible engaging tool. Small Business Owners in particular on commute to swipe frightens planche and have quick conversations of things like that rather than getting stuck in that Inbox, so I'm really excited by it. That's the next step. Wholesome sounds good, and I cannot wait that lately so I'll make sure that I will. All of the links the shine is connect with the instagram that connects with the website as well as the apostles of the people are gonNA definitely want to jump on ours, so make sure those in the lake sank. The last little question. If business line was willing, take things to the next level. What would your advice be for them? Oh I have. A million courts come to mind the first two that have been to driving courts that I always always always look at when it comes to building clubs are s is the first one is great. Things never came from comfort sirens, and when I look back on the last full five years of growing Columbus arrest the greatest stop has out of of the lowest.

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Tell us more about the peach immortal, because I agree credible what you're doing now with. Tells more about that. Thank you so the pitch photo is an interesting move laboratories. We have always been that matchmaker for brands, so it's always been possible to list your brand on the side match off against other businesses and connect with them just like you would on a dating site. The pitch photo came about because I went to a networking event in the US and I sat next to a fabulous woman who was heading up getting gap, and she was talking about how loved collaborations, but they receive so many opportunities. They have a full-time Pesident managing about one hundred fifty inbound pitches every single month on at figuring out you know who wants Swat which clamps of West wild for them going back and forth, and you know actually executing on the collaboration, so she sang that. That was a bit of a frustration and I of course just lied, and said clubs console that or you, which of course we couldn't at the time because at the time, the match making part of the site is very Opening affinities like opening up to seventy opportunities, otherwise would know existed whereas something like someone like APP. You know they were thinking. We are inundated with appreciated. He's not looking for more. We're looking on how we can streamline the ones that actually coming to us. You know save time that way. So, I think it look. We already have a algorithm that determines who matched up with WHO, and which bank invasions valuable to other businesses. The literally isn't going to be that hard to build another potter a website that allows the streamlining of inbound, which is where the Peach Puerto came along. And I launched off the back of a credit card. Basically I really believed in an idea and I was like this is my last ditch effort to really make yards, but I've always believed at bay, and essentially the like public web page that allow brands to pitch directly to businesses like A. And stuff ital- cosmetics, which is really exciting, and then for is also town, the side instead of receiving one hundred fifty, a house every single month receive one that automatically ranks all of the features based on the value to is also Mack Asaf Patel and what they're actually looking for, and then it's like that team to process when you can hit, yes, of now in whichever ones looking to stay inside the Peach Vote Peach photo was game changing for the business and office sign up and pilot user of that with a sauce, which is incredible amazing. How and all the back of the credit card? I just love that. High on my Gosh, well at that point I mean Columbus had been going for a few years, but that was. The US trip and was out of money at I was like out of motivation. I was just like I can't Sundays anymore. I always thought that we would raise capital, and I would have been out of pushed the company of that way. You know. I almost gave up in by boyfriend saying I. Think you should give this page potent thing ago, and is that anyway? We can secret how to do that. I was like well. I got that credit cards. Doing male could acting. Thank goodness because it was game changing..

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Hiring sites on my gosh winner to the game, all and one of the biggest ones was going over to the state in two thousand eighteen. I wouldn't say it's a mistake because I definitely lead for men, we it gave me the idea for the peach faced, which catapulted from where we were to where we are now, so I can't. Pin that as a huge ache, but I probably That way just you heat a wool and I absolutely collapsed at the end of twenty. I tain I almost I seriously considered closing. Adults on opposite is because it was a huge financial drain. It was a huge mental drain. I lived in three full months, getting rejected by about seventy five investors, so it was just a huge emotional rollercoaster. Coming home at the end of that is just like I. Don't I don't know how by picked it all up in was I. Kate moving to be honest, but indeed at the beginning of. Celery we two months to get over that trip and I think I'm still healing from that to be honest. Is You know no one likes to be rejected over and over and over again and putting myself out there into that those kinds of situations with hot? I don't think I was fully prepared. Full. The response because I'm always been positive pass. By one something I can go out and get it, but cap. Praising was disheartening couldn't get which. Took a heat on my pride, an eager and also just made me self doubt to appoint I'd never experienced before because all of a sudden thinking well. If they don't believe in the company, you know. Maybe it's a bad idea. He Club by then we wanted to Paul role ended up getting a credit con to pay for it in trade, nineteen and I a aside up out of the blue and I. Just thought you kidding me that ISOS is found us completely organically and signed up. They got five hundred peaches in the space of like five weeks, wows insane, and that was such a great validation Draw me out of that like terrible terrible situation that I was in. Related Medicate Knitting To answer them listened million and one million one challenges that I'm still standing. You build resilience along the way I think. Talent is necessary because the universe kate. Those hurdles in challenges until you land a lesson I think. Absolutely it show. You have lent so much about yourself throughout that experience. That I made it like you know we survive. Someone asked me what was my proudest moment. The other day and said there's no one more minutes just being able to survive. I'm surprised myself and proud at myself, but I kept going on us That's huge, honestly like rejects not that level. That's yeah I can understand all the self doubt. Over the need to overcome that in take two months off to be able to deal like a can't even imagine what that would be like well done for pushing for and. rentable connection is also. It's just incredible just like this. I'm not..

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"The Dole has many more opportunities in why doesn't they? Exist full brands. Sorry, that's kind of how clever stars got started. That was in twenty four pains in four years. Now we launched in April Twenty Fifth Days I was about twenty three is Oliver when I had the idea Wilson and so he created a team difficult labs. Yes it's still not an APP. It's impactful because anyone is built in atvs. Hacking expensive that way that I am working out which should be exciting, but yeah, it's a web platform. They make friends too clever, and that's so interesting because I. Can I remember back to that line where you sort right like there was such? A negative ranked locations because people were in full whatever that could get your free and I think that in such. A way that arm collaboration now viewed, and they're very much become pot ship rather than someone being used. So, what is what is it good? Good collaboration, mean to you. It's a win win. That's so important to be a win. Win Exchange of value and I think you know it has to tie back to marketing goal. I mean coverage should. Marketing is a strategy in itself, and it's as point cloud writing collaboration sake I. think going out there and really approaching it strategically going. You know what I really want. Grandma email that are really wanNA based online sales I can use clever to do that. That for example so I think tying back to mafia goals really important, and then you know out of all of that I think a recipe for Blake right collaboration things like talk market that so important, making sure that you're teaming up with a brand that has a similar audience year that way anytime. You do any cross promotion. Chat each other out. You're actually getting in front of people you really want to get in front of. You know. Admitting. To say. Exactly and I think. Yeah absolutely and I've made that mistake myself in the pause number remember when I started cleverest we did. A collaboration with the not for profit loved the papal behind this brand, but our demographics was so vastly different at branding with Song Vosloo Dave Friday like everything, and then it just didn't work for of course because of. yeah, I think target markets, really important to look at brand values, really important that take note of you WanNa. Be Collaborating with the brand that aligns with your brand values. And, complementary, industry spices. I think is a really great place start. If you'll feeling like you don't have a big creative idea, which is often what I find found his saying they'll club right, but I have a big idea in mind I would say darn stop with the idea I would start with finding upon offense that the tug market demographic at aligns on values, and you can use things club Zora's. Zora's to do that. Because the actual partnership idea is going to change Sarmatia depending on who pot with if you partner with a cosmetics company that spending a very different collaboration than if you partner up the Hospitality Company for example so I would say look complementary industry spices that maybe brands at a heating. You'll audience, and then you can figure out the creative idea. I would say Allah wants you. And each all's low fat. That's okay..

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"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Me. Thank you. For having me excited. I'm so excited to. Chat with you just before we jump on a record. About with advice Gar. As much as my listeners now I love, walk back. Love rations that he gets one of the key things that we only be doing in business, and you are the queen when it comes to car labs. To get dotted, just love you to share a little bit. You'll backstory in. You got sided with cloudy. Soroush. Shaw well yes, collaboration set. Refined the Queen yet, but. Collaborative says delays I got started actually originally, I was started in film I. Really Really wanted to bail on his debut. director. Oh Maga roby any stray. Unfortunately. Out But I was lucky enough to. Be a hold of music yards, which is sorry fun and Creative Industries that I didn't even know existed when I was at school and then from there I had a lot of mental. Aside me is really hard to make it in the film industry, especially in Australia, and you'll probably GONNA have to move to la which I didn't want to the time, so I kind of started dabbling around with public relations, and really enjoyed it and ended up. My says be proper JAL in the corporate world was for a take fashion PR agency, which was full on I probably lent more in the fourth straight mountains in that job, but I did in my entire degrading very very valuable landings from that. Big Long Way. You know. Oh, my gosh, it was so Hanko, but it's none of that Joe. I was playing together. Media Launch Events Full Sutton. We throwing the demands of lay massively and I couldn't believe that I was so excited. You know schooling, invest me down. I was like this is what I've been waiting for. This is exhausting like this fool on. The yet bit very. Very Fun at the same time I mean, we will pulling together. The media launch events have action clients for example in part of that collaborations with such Kapot finding venue, collaborations and Goodie bag clever Catering combinations than brands come in and do some kind of experiential sitting around that to make the event more engaging and Olsen and. That was really fun. With such a scramble organizing all of those partnerships and there was a horrible live around free free stuff at the time. It was just we. CAN WE GET FREE COCONUT WATER? Where can we get a free venue and it was kind of like. Hang on a second, that's actually hates Autho on bar sides. And why isn't this being tapped into and actually leveraged promptly in a strategic way, so that was kind of annoying to me at the time, but I hadn't thought club Zora's yet and then. Job, in, small business marketing education classes harm, and we take a founders through a ten twelve months calls on had a diy. They're marketing pot. Patriots was a huge pot that coal, but of course. No one was doing them because they'd taken advantage of the pause. That didn't know where to start. That was sending pizza miles out that terrible. Getting any on our chalet sire around that time into his becoming really popular and the guys that makes me at work. And I thought this is cool that you know. We've never had anything like this muscle in terms of finding someone outlays. Are you pick up?.

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"level" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast

Next Level Worship Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"level" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast

"Hello everybody this is John Martin. The director of ministries for next level worship. I'm so grateful that you're able to join us for today's program. I want to begin by asking a question now. Let me preface the question with this not testing. There's no right or wrong answers but I just want you to think about it and give your true heartfelt answer when you hear the word worship. What do you think of for you? What is worship now? If we were able to be together some of you may have said. Oh I love singing hymns or I think about lifting my hands are I love to dance for the glory of God. I would just tell you that all of those answers are correct. You could have said I enjoy cooking a meal for my family or spending time in the yard working. Those would have been correct as well because Paul Road in First Corinthians chapter ten in verse. Thirty one whether you eat are drink or whatever you do do it. All for the glory of God in other words every action take every thought we think all of us should be done for God's glory. All of us should come underneath the umbrella of worship but I want us to spend a couple of moments thinking about the topic of worship specifically. I want us to look at the why and the of worship Romans Chapter twelve verses one and two says I beseech you brothers by the mercy of God's that you present your bodies as a living sacrifice holy and acceptable unto him. Which is your reasonable act of worship. And that you'd not be conformed to this world but that you'd be transformed by the renewing of your minds so that you can prove that which is the good acceptable and perfect will of God. Paul begins that passage with the word therefore and anytime we see the word therefore in scripture we need to discover what therefore is therefore. Our clue lies in the phrase where Paul says that it's in view of God's mercy are by the mercies of God. The first part of Romans is all about God's Love His mercy. His grace his redemption in chapters one through eleven of Romans Paul lays out that doctrinal foundation for Christianity versus one in two of chapter twelve or the transitional versus where Paul moved from a doctrinal rotation if you will to a more practical demonstration of what Christianity should look like and the transition that he uses to spell out. This is what worship is all about. It's in the light of God's grace and love that Paul calls us to worship. It's because of grace that we can worship therefore I live therefore I see therefore I proclaim the words to an old forgotten song from the early nineteen hundred. Say at best. Would you know why Christ is my song? He redeemed me. He redeemed me. Why is he my joy all day long? He redeemed me. He redeemed me. Would you know why praise his name? And why I seek to spread his pay. He redeemed me. He redeemed me. You see each and every one of us who have experienced firsthand the redeeming power of Jesus. Christ we ought to be on our feet praising him and proclaiming his love we should give to him are all and we should make certain that whether we're eating where we're drinking where they were sleeping. Whatever it is that we're doing that we're doing it all to proclaim his glory and to worship hand you see that's the answer to. Why do we worship? We worship? Because of God's grace we worship because God loves us and that is what allows us to love him. And I'm going to tell you that when it comes to worship the how doesn't matter until you. I understand the why and the why of worship is because of the mercy and.

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"level" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast

Next Level Worship Podcast

11:54 min | 3 years ago

"level" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast

"So as we start out tonight having a conversation about this let's set the stage by saying not trying to write hit songs that everyone likes our goal and secondly we we gotta start doing it in order to develop this gift. And that's what I want to encourage you. You don't get anything being else out of nine. I want you to feel inspired by Scott singing. That Song Lady wrote and hopefully about Stephen Encouraging you and me as well and in going you know what I think. That's something we could try our church manifested far as we go. That would be a huge way on to make an impact in your church tweet at at the station. Church in Birmingham Alabama wrote some songs that that represent what our church is going through his time in a couple of became very popular within her congregation and so choke Stephen. I'm going to turn it over to. He was just talk to share with us. Some tips of you know I'd be generally early speaking about songwriting writing what you consider the equality song. Just what just talk to US basically. Yeah Yeah well I am certainly a believer That anybody can write a song antibody. It doesn't as a matter your your musical experience your music position whether it's at a church or otherwise anybody can write a song. One is is that because I think you only need two things. You need an appreciation enjoyment for music when you need to like music. I think that's a pretty fair. Her a fair fair statement and then the second thing is you need to have an opinion. That's it and you like Music Nick and you need to have an opinion. Yes so in other words you need to have the want to write music. And then he made an opinion the ability to be able to look at something and say I like this or I don't like that okay. Never thought of it like if you have the want and you have the ability to form an opinion then you can write a song. Wow Okay wolves are down there you go. That's all. Yeah now if you want to write a good Song Song Oh good. That's when it starts getting complicated actually heard it shared like that. It may have been Ted talk that I still gotTa Talk And I love opening with it because in talking to people about writing music you know. The experience and skill sets of those people vary from very experienced in season to not at all whether it's in songwriting or even in music general In the way he opened with that statement with that idea just made it feel so accessible yet really. I'm still absorbing it to be honest. Yeah so it's just the idea that everyone has something to contribute to that if they if they choose to Netflix. Want to second that. I'm still that opinion. They have an opinion that the ability to choose one thing or another thing of narrow it down to one lyric Wein O converse one thing when melody super broad brushing possibly get now when you ask the question. How do I write a good song? That's when it gets trickier and that's that's what takes more skill more experience more know how good starting point anybody can take even in pursuing that goal of a good song to help themselves get their Starting from scratch in saying who my Ryan the song for burst developing target audience. I think is very important and again. We're still talking pretty broad because the target audience could just be me. If I'm writing a song Oh okay yeah okay so not necessarily for your church. There are plenty of songs. I've written that. No one will ever hear and I don't I don't need them to because I wrote the song. Hey Scott can can I interject and ask you question. Who did you write that song for? Will you wrote more So first and foremost it was me but just because of the type of ministry people that we have. That's something that's a similar song because they share a similar struggle though. My audience was still in that case I could share. It's not a corporate worship Song Song but it's something I could share with them as a special kind of music. Okay so you kind of had a target in mind okay. Yeah and it can. And that's Great I. I was going to comment on that and in just say I appreciate it. Just the heart what you sharing. What the song nothing? That's really good in can absolutely be a dual audience I would say it's a fair statement that anything I write entirely by myself IRA at least in part for me from my perspective because as his forefront but I do think it's important especially if summarize new thing for you and you're just trying to understand where do I begin and so if that's if that's you ask that question or if you're leading attain and you're trying to direct them in where to begin I think these are helpful ideas India's so ask the question writing. For whom are I've your if your church team your your band is writing the song then. It's probably going to be writing generally generally speaking for your congregation for example. And so if you're looking at songs for a car Gatien than you also have to think of okay. I want to write I- melodies single both regarding the key but also regarding the rhythms of the melody if Iran for the church run the you know the melodic doc movements it needs to be something that that can be learned in in Sant- long with what we've got some non musicians listening. So what do you mean by melodic movement defined that. What do you mean by that thing? I don't have to explain it exactly in terms of simplicity. Sure versus a complex melody. What does that mean? Well the cool thing I the non musicians listening thing. I think you actually have a very almost an advantage in regards to that because you are the average listener. I've always felt that way in terms of songwriting in writing for those of us that spend all this time for him practice hours in study hours into writing music. There's a ton of advantage to that but there's something to be said Who doesn't hear music? Live here your song in what they say about it. Because that is the average listener right there so surrounding melodies. If you're not oughta musician then you probably have the advantage in terms of riding in terms writing accessible melodies okay because mother questions accessible muscle in the sense that they can sing it or they can just listen to it. I believe sing it. Okay in the college the five percent of most songs in churches. Hopefully they would wanNA sing along with. That's personally my go I'M NOT GONNA make try and make biblical cases to watch bill that all the time but that's yet I mean if you're if you're if it's a car Gatien setting well out one for that period of time on stage with people is four feel like a unified they can engage in single ride so melodic movement means that doesn't get so complicated in so wordy or so intricate in its movements. It's up and down from not that it confuses people are caused them not to want to sing. Yeah okay sure we're clear There's a song right now that kills actually playing live that I wrote on enough that I don't enjoy live which one it's called. Hold you is the name of the song and so the courses. Why don't you let me hold you risk Joel head and quit? China fight with the way the drums move. It's a song. It feels like you should be able to engage to. It just feels like something. You WanNa clap to nationally but the clapping it'd be on the offbeat accents with offbeat so it's Oh. Yeah was her own. Yeah am especially why people don't get so so it's just a bunch of you know And I did it so I created the song so it was my my bad but stuff like that for example. You know if I'm writing four congregation I wanna give them Ed good opportunity to be involved in to jump in with that. Okay now there buddy okay with understanding what we're saying that China just yeah And y making sense what that if I'd be interested to know if you guys agree with that That's a good question. I agree with in terms of if you're ever in what what is it like. Is that what it should look like. I guess is what I'm saying. I think the challenge was that I think the challenge with a lot of stuff. That's coming out right now. Is that it's cool. But it's not easily Singapore for a congregation. Yeah Ohka the song. He's are the classic example of the past five ten years of. Oh my yeah yeah yeah yeah yet exactly. Ten years ago fifteen. Eighteen years ago songs were lower keys but now popularity is to go much higher. That is hard right for US guys to sing along with it and you know I think. Nothing's black and white very little especially music because music is so ultimately subjective. It's so broad You know so. I think there is a line of the balance in writing even for a congregation because he don't write stuff. That is so stupid. Simple that people just get burnt out on on it after two weeks you know oh cut. So there's something to be said for writing for writing melodies that that are interesting in terms of movement while also also being successful even if it takes them three weeks to acts two or three times listening like you know. I don't think there's anything wrong with writing something that takes people a few weeks to get a hold. AWW Okay like album go back to Scott Song. What was interesting to me to me is stopped afterward more any pause the insides the word Mora? Yeah was that intentional. Scott did you like okay. I want more ongoing. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA stop you. Gave like a beater to of space between joined the next phrase and I bought last kind of cool to me that that felt intentional. I don't know if it was and that that that helps me remember that word in other. I still remember now even at once though it was not intentional but I appreciate that feedback. Some to think about that again. It wasn't intentional. But I appreciate the feedback because that's something to think about as I write future songs stop. It was like a break you the chorus go again. Scott there is more than you can see right now. That's that's interesting any Emphasizes Worse Mooring. You are important. I think that's it..

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Level Up Your Leadership

06:58 min | 3 years ago

"level" Discussed on Level Up Your Leadership

"So I'll put a link for everyone listening. I'll put a link in the show notes. A put it in the blog posts in them will send you over. I'm a huge fan of online courses and what you're describing is only people who have a lot of money to spend on this campaign. Could then afford to hire you as a consultant in what you're saying is for the rest of us. There's now an opportunity where we can almost bring our own Peter home with us. Who says okay, do this, okay? Do this you going in the right order? So I appreciate that. But we need to make sure that it has a picture of your smiling face on it because there's an energy that you bring as well. That might not translate in the book. When I was working with being, he's a mission was that were would need us in that still image in this will be like a gift to the world. So they can donate me. I love that. And as you speak about mission. I mean, you are a very purpose driven person. How did you find your purpose? Or how did you find a way to align a purpose with a business, womb, long story, actually, was, my grandfather, taking you for walks and extend to me on nature had changed due to chemistry in Vancouver thing that the give me a sense of the importance of sustainability in my very first campaign nineteen eighty two was to protect an pund inaugural next level. And then a join Greenpeace to prove his, yes. Then with this model Assad Mon business in nineteen to ninety eight and then for while Ma biz. This was my purpose but was never really enough. The Mitchell company since nineteen ninety nine had been meaningful campaign from meaningful ideas. But like the fight fighting to save the planet fighting full sustainability was at the core. And that has kind of changed when we were on Colli December January. I don't over Colli has a transformational does something with you. An broadening back to the question of what is really lighting up? What where do I get my energy from whereas by multi that is actually in driving sustainability in groping towards a sustainable economy? And this whole, I'm gonna put more energy. Vice would you have for listeners about how they might be able to find purpose or infused more purpose into the work that they're doing? Themselves yet. The question of why, why am I here, but I know many people ask them, they don't find announcer would say fine, the coach find finding I didn't even pay you to say that. Coach I would love be. Men people that I know that I repeat it will specialized in that go to Colli friends of mine organized trips on choline amiss, actually why we were there because they needed marketing support, even you Rubin said, I need to know that program in that actually is all about finding your purpose finding your talents and removing all the blockages there at you from living your purchase, so would be so one way is to escape that everyday life and go into a reflection mode. And maybe you have some friends or coach or just some other external folks to speak with and to try to find that meditation doses. Doses. What's one piece of advice that you would share with listeners that you've learned either the hard way yourself or you've just noticed has worked throughout all of your years of experience in business. Chris has been at the center, I'm that's the white whitefish because very often you know, it's not a campaign, even if it's only about sales marketing very often if I asked the question of why do you want to treat that go often enough Clinton different solutions come up because the real goal behind this not, what was opposite. We and the thing applies. Ause beings. We have toss that question over and over again. And the mall machines in Robles take over worked from us. More important of becomes identifying what makes us different from them. What makes us different as humanitarian in why am I here? What value can I add to society, because jogs through change jumps from the Johnson more? But we will try to find people who end the personal value to our society. When we don't lead to work in. More. We don't need an income in more than that. What are we doing? And will do things that extraordinaire world of recreate art will will develop further in there will be. No. I and who we are. So if I'm hearing, you right, there are two things that sort of define you ish is maybe you know, this, maybe you don't you really curious why why is I'm interested. And you're also an explorer, so you're not just gonna stay within your you're gonna why what's that about what's that about? Let me hear more about that. Let me go to coli and figure that out was L. There's a lot of curiosity and questioning in experimenting going on for you. Is that how you live your life? Never worked as a physicist. But yeah, let's all is be central blacks now. And I can recommend everybody. Stay curious. We stake here is if you want to find out to, to get your business to the next ten years. Stay, curious and peel open to new solutions field to changes in the sense society, entrances of value ambiguous about solutions never stopped asking questions yet, and year cookbook will guide us through the process of what kinds of questions to ask, how to, so it's not just a big loss. Why like a big loss. What is my purpose, but rather you've given us that formula? So we know exactly what questions to ask in the right order, and so we can get to a meaningful answer. Hopefully, thanks for that will thank you very much Peter for your time today. It was really great having you on the podcast. Thank you to infected will be audience over watch was to watch this. Thanks for listening to another episode of level up your leadership. If you're interested in learning more about today's guests and the topics we've discussed check out the show notes on WWW dot Lisa. Kristen dot com slash podcast. 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Level Up Your Leadership

11:25 min | 3 years ago

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"Can you do authenticity wrong? I think yes, I think that you are derailing your career if you are, quote unquote being assented, but actually doing often Tiffany wrong. Meaning that you're likely using it as an excuse for your bad behaviour in this episode. I talk about what offense ity isn't, and the big mistakes that most people make and how to do off entity right. Enjoy the episode. Hey, welcome back to another episode of level up your leadership the podcast, where leaders like you get to learn about new tools tips and tricks to help take your leadership to the next level. I'm your host Lisa. Kristen I'm an executive coach. And I'm sharing my tips with you. Basically, all of the information that I learn about as I'm coaching, and I see all of these patterns come up. I work with many different industries many different leadership levels for managers and above. And today's episode is all about often Tissot or rather, why you're doing offense ity city wrong, and I hate to use the word wrong, but it actually is wrong. I rarely ever pass a judgment on that kind of stuff. But I wanna make it super clear, how people define authenticity, and how they actually act, quote unquote authentically is not what we mean. When we say authenticity, so I wanted to bring this up because I feel like. When people are using fantasy in the quote unquote wrong way, it's actually derailing their career quite significantly and often to cities, currently having this cultural moment in the workplace. Right. So we know there are no more like stiff talking corporate heads who appear perfect all the time. But I wanna talk about what is authenticity and how you can practice it better. So first of all, what is often to city? How would you define that? I'm most people don't actually take the time to think about that. I'm gonna make it super simple and say, not fake authentic. It's real. It's genuine. It's not fake, and how that gets interpreted as that people think. Oh, well, whatever it is that are my normal habits or my personality, or just however, I've been doing things that's who I am. So I can give you a perfect example. These are exactly the types of people that organizations asked me to come in and coach I was working with a client who is a very fast learner really rising qu. Quickly in the ranks, and he was very fast thinker a fast doer, and of course management loved that, but there was a problem with both his employees, ease, and with his peers they didn't necessarily enjoy working with this gentleman. And the reason was because he was such a fast thinker in fast doer that when he would sit in meetings. He would listen to information process it rather quickly. And then say great conversations done. Why are you guys still talking? And he would either interrupt all the time. Cut them off. Tell them they were wasting time or he would like sideshow, the body language that he wasn't interested. He would check emails, okay, this, I would say is really not great leadership. It's not really a great way to connect with your team. Inspire your team. Motivate your team. But of course when you ask this gentleman, he wasn't doing anything to be purposely hurtful he was just saying, but I'm just being me. That's who I am fast thinker. So what's the problem just being? Me. That's what the company wants the value that I bring. Okay. And what I want you to know if there's one thing you take away from today. Is that often Tissot is absolutely not a convenient excuse for your bad behaviour. Okay. Authenticity is not giving into your emotional state at the moment of what's happening and not really considering what the impact of the consequences are and others. That is not what often to city is. So what is often to city authenticity is all about figuring out who you are, and finding out what's most important to you. And once, you know, that information you then start to align your behaviors and your actions with that authenticity is about living aligned with your character your values your life vision. Your life purpose. It's who you aspire to be. And I'm going to add something important here is who you actively choose to be. It's not about the momentary feeling or default personality inhabits that come to you sort of second nature. Okay. So I'm gonna give you an example of what that looks like I had a different client who was scared to death of public speaking, and she came to me, she took a new role is in pharma. And she had to present a senior management on a regular basis. And she is very passionate about helping her patients. She loves developing these drugs, that save people's lives, she's absolutely committed in the line with this as a life purpose, but she was still shy and terrified to speak in public. So if we said ok, she's gonna be authentic. She would be a nervous presenter. She would look uncomfortable. She would speak uncomfortably because she was uncomfortable. But actually that's not how she wants to show up. So while that may quote unquote be- thentihpei to what she's feeling we got her re aligned with her greater purpose. And we got her a sentence. Cly presenting this. This big opportunity to save lives and to do something beyond herself. And that was really her chosen pass of authenticity. And the reason that I talk about all this stuff where you have to know this bigger stuff that character, the values the vision is because that's the starting point for where you can choose who you want to be. And I actually touched on this a little bit in episode nine of the level up your leadership podcast called the executive coaching formula that leads to success every time that's where I talked about my what, how coaching model and about how you always wanna start with the bigger purpose. The bigger reason the bigger picture and drill down. This is another example, where often to city has to come from a bigger place. Now, I do wanna say, although okay, guess this kind of makes sense to a lot of people, and you might be nodding, your head, okay lease. I got it, but I'm going to tell you, I also know that there's a lot of resistance to my definition in the biggest resistance. That I get on this topic is often around when I teach communication and influencing skills. So why does it happen then because when I talk about influencing I talk about how to be an effective influence, or, and that often means that you have to flex outside of your personality, your preferred methods of communication, if you want to connect and break through with audience on the other side what you really want to do as flex and speak to their preferences. The way that they want to be spoken to, and I can't tell you the pushback that I get and people are like why do I have to change? Right. Isn't that being fake? If I'm just pretending to do it in a certain way. But I really want to do it this way. And I totally understand. And I also want to say that the answer to that question is, no, it's really not fake at all to be flexible and to willing to flex to meet other people's needs. I actually personally view that as being empathetic, so. I'm going to give you a few examples of why I don't believe that it's fake take number one. So if you think about a research, scientists very technical person, and she goes to impose him or a conference and she gives a speech now the next week, she's gonna go to her. Daughter's first grade class is she gonna give the exact same speech that she gave at the symposium to her daughter's first grade class. No. Of course not. And why not exactly what you're thinking? She has to tailor the message to the audience, the first graders would not understand the same technical level of detail, nor would they have the attention span. So which one of those two is authentic to the research scientists, I think neither I think they're both her. So give you another example. Let's say you really love you to and you, you wear your favorite Bano t-shirt shirt to go to the concert and scream in singer lungs out. Right. Would that be the same outfit that you would wear to go have high tea with? Queen of England for most people. The answer would be no. And my question to you is, is that in authentic? If you don't wear a rock concert, t shirt, go see the Queen of England again. I think the answer is no, I think that there is no one set of fixed, quote unquote authentic. You, you're not a static person, you change, and grow and evolve. And guess what? You're flexible to meet the needs of the situation and that doesn't mean you're innocent, because you're not changing the important core parts of who you are. Now, what I say, okay. I really, you know, is it an authentic? If I say, I love the environment of care about the environment. The environment is a deep deep value of mine, and then I don't recycle, and I use a lot of plastic water bottles. And I you know, get plastic bags everywhere I go shopping. That's when it's in authentic, because in authentic means you have a set of values or aspirated of. Who you wanna be or how you wanna show up in the world? And yet your behaviors aren't aligned to that. So I think your personality should absolutely be flexible because there is no one YouTube change, you grow, you evolve but authenticity, is rather about really staying committed to aligning your behaviors with your bigger purposes. And so, again, the way to be offensive in the right way, quote, unquote, in the most effective way in the way that it's meant to be is that you have to go out and consciously define and choose who it is. You really wanna be. And what impact you wanna make on the world? And then you align your behavior with that now for those of you who are interested in knowing more about how do I get to learn how to flex out of my personality or have my communication preferences or influencing preferences, by the way, this can work for so many different things? I actually I had to teach my husband about the five love languages and how to flex. Out of a love language preference, because that's not fixed character. That's just again personality that can be flexible. I'm going to talk about that in the next episode. So make sure to stay tuned to that, for those of you who wanna learn more about how do I define my character? How do I define my values? Check out my website. I have quite a few tools. They are and blog posts about it. And a lot of tools are free. So go in there. I have a values exercise, for example. I have my, what how outlined that you can start to use. I'm always about giving away free tools and helping you get the most out of your life. So please feel free to take advantage of that offer. My website is WWW dot Kristen consulting that C H not dot com because I'm located in Switzerland that

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Level Up Your Leadership

14:32 min | 3 years ago

"level" Discussed on Level Up Your Leadership

"Have that really panicked feeling when you're completely overwhelmed by your to do list. And yet, you have no idea where to start or even what your next step is. I feel like this is so common with all of my clients, put together an entire episode. Yes. This is about how to set goals and believe me, it's not in the way you've always been told. But it's also about how did just break free from all of that anxiety and get really clear because when you're clear, and you know what you're doing how you're going to do it. And you know that you have the ability to take control and make it happen. It's really easy to see a lot of progress and a lot of success. So enjoy this episode of level, up your leadership, all about breaking free from all that executive and stress and getting to really achieve your goals. Welcome got Lisa. Kristen here executive coach and host of this not cast level, up your leadership, where I'm here to help you take your leadership to the next level. So recently, I've been talking to people about overwhelm and exactly. Yeah. You can imagine that comes up, so often as uncoached individuals, but also as just talking to any friends or anybody about how frenetic the paces of life, and particularly at work. There are so many new things coming to people's minds and coming to their plates, and they've never seen this kind of problem before they don't really know what to do. They don't have enough time to think about it, thoroughly, or do the research or Ascalon people's opinions. It's just so fast. And one thing that people have consistently told me is they suffer from indecision, they're overwhelmed there, too many options or not. Option. They just don't know how to make sense of anything that's happening. So today's episode is all about how to get some clarity and make some sense, so you don't feel so overwhelmed, and you can actually make decision and it comes down to three really really, really simple steps to success now. I say they're really simple because they're very simple to understand as you go through. You're gonna be like Lisa this isn't rocket science. Why aren't you teaching quantum computing in a I know all the stuff Minnesota here today is hundred percent. Usable you can go out and use it today. Now, what most people don't have is this overview, this really clear overview, here's the process of how I go from chaos to clarity. A niece three simple steps will help you do it. Step number one know what you want to achieve step number to know how you want to achieve it. And step number three know that you are in charge of cheating. Like I said, not rocket science, right? And yet, most of us, don't do it to let me break down each step and give you the exact tips on how to make that a reality. So step number one know what you want to achieve the first thing that is so important here is there is a distinction between a goal and outcome. And most people tell me they come to me for coaching and they say, I want to get a job. I wanna get promoted in my job. My friends, I'm sorry to tell you. That is not within your control. You can't decide if you're going to get the job. There are so many factors outside of you. For example, you may be external applicant and they decide to hire someone internal nothing. You could have done right. So the first and most important distinction when your goal setting is see what the outcome is. And then take a step back from there and set the goal that is within your control. So give you a pop quiz. Okay. I'm gonna take an. Example, that's not in business. And then I'll also give you an example in business. So you can see that this works in many different places in life. So if you think about an Olympic swimmer. Okay. This is a Jane, she wants to go to the twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo. She wants to win at the hundred meter freestyle. Okay. She was win the gold medal. Is that a goal or is that an outcome, Hawes and thinks yourself before you listen to this podcast? You said that's her goal. She wants to win the gold. No, that's an outcome because she doesn't have control over how fast the other people are swimming. The only thing she has control over is how fast she swims. So the outcome is she wants to get a gold medal. But the goal is to swim at a time that is the most likely to produce the outcome to produce her winning the gold medal while how can she figure that out? So she can look at what's the world record who's likely to be my competition. How fast are they swim? Ming and then you can calculate a time. So you say, okay, actually, I think if I swim it in fifty one seconds, that's very likely that I would get the gold. Okay. So once you have that broken down, you know what you want to achieve. It's not the outcome you can't take action for the outcome. You can take action for the goal. And when you're setting a goal you do wanna go back to that smart goal strategy. So you do want it to be specific measurable, achievable, relevant time-bound at cetera. So there's a reason that's Markle's came to exist, 'cause it helps you to keep them, crisp and clear and specific that way you can know 'em I making Progress M I achieving at cetera. So for this woman Jane who's a swimmer wants to win the gold medal at the Olympics. She's gonna set a goal of I want to swim time of fifty seconds and then she's gonna break down. So where can I break that score down? You know, is it where I leap off and start to? Dive into the water where I could get some time is it. My swimming stroke is by turn way around the places where she can gain some time advantages. And then you break that down into sub goals. So again you have an outcome. You have your Alta Michael, what you wanna cheese and you break that down into sub goals. And that's how you know, step number to know how you want to achieve it. So again, when you broken down into sub goal, so let's say gee swim wants to build the muscles. So she can jump faster builds cardio says she can be underwater for a longer time. You can tell I'm not a swimmer. I'm just making this up, but she now has these different sub goals how much muscle does she want to game how much of cardio, she wanna work. So again you now know how you want to achieve your goals. Now I promised you, I would take this out of business, but I would also put it back into business. So let's say that you're a job seeker. That's your out to what is your goal within that? While maybe it's you say when myself goals is to build network. Right. But then you wanna get really specific about it. It's not I wanna build a network, it's I wanna build a network. So how do I know what network to build? I have to make a list of companies that I might be interested in. Okay. So how do you know what companies you might be interested in? Oh, maybe I need to make a criteria list. So actually, even though you said outcome is gonna get a new job. He said my goal is to build my network. You have to do some, some goals in order to make that effective. So actually, your first goal isn't build a network. Your first goal is figure out the criteria list for which companies I wanna work for and then you can figure out who you're interested in from there, you can figure out who might want wanna network with right? So you can see there are very clear actionable steps where. If you just said, I wanna find a new job. What do you do with that? That's what causes anxiety chaos. You'll see overwhelming if feels uncertain you're not really sure exactly what to do. But when you break tech money you say came in a make a criteria list. Okay. I'm gonna find out the people who work at the companies and I'm gonna go to these events where they are likely to show up super clear and super easy to do. Right. So that's why I say knowing how you want to achieve it as important. Now, here's the tip at promise you most people don't do, and this will change your life, and it's all about accountability. So what that means as you're committed, and you say, okay, I'm going to set this goal and I really wanna make that criteria list, right? Everybody has the best intentions, so we all mean to at some point make that list, right? Like, then life gets in the way. So what happens is your everyday work is hard. You know, your kids get sick would have or whatever excuses that we have and it falls to the bottom of the list, and somehow keeps bothering us I keep meaning to this list, but I can't make any progress on the networking until I have the list but I can't make the list and we're stuck. So what you can do is actually turn your intentions interactions. And what is this one key? Differentiator step is set a time to complete the task in when I say set a time I'm mean set a time so you don't just say, okay, you know in the next couple of weeks. I'm gonna figure this out or before you know next month meeting, I'm gonna finish this thing. No, you don't say before then you say, okay, I'm going to get to precision. I'm gonna say on Tuesday of this week. Don't stop there. This is what I'm telling you is going to be the key difference for you. It's not all doom Tuesday, because again, life gets in the way wake up on. Tired? I'll just get to later work runs late. All I have to rush to do dinner after dinner. You know, I have to finish this thing from work and now I'll just do it Wednesday. But Wednesday's the same in Thursday's the same in Friday's, the same set of saying on Tuesday, you get really clear, you say on Tuesday morning, guess what? That's still not even clear enough. I know it's really annoying. Believe me. I know. But when you commit and you say, I am set and I am going to complete this on Tuesday morning before rectus te you start to build it into you are calendar and into your to do list in a way where you say this is when it's going to get done period. Full stop. So you really want to also think about four Tuesday morning comes what in the likely things that are going to get in my way of me, not doing on Tuesday morning. So you might say, you know, I'm really tired in the mornings. So you could say, okay I might wanna snooze. Alarm. I know that that's likely. So I'm going to ask my partner to literally roll me out of the bed. Get me out of the bed, whatever it takes. Because I'm gonna do it Tuesday morning, I'm committed. Or you say, okay, I'm gonna make sure that I'm not going to be too tired to stay. So on Monday night, I'm going to go to bed. I'm to start brushing my teeth at nine pm. So I'm in bed by ten no excuses that I'm too tired on Tuesday. So once you have your commitment to a specific time you can make arrangements to plan around it to make sure that it happens. And believe me when you have that form of accountability things, get done, you will be shocked at the progress that you can make when you've broken down your outcome into a specific goal and you're specific goal into sub goals that are absolutely attainable. Get a new job is frigging overwhelming, but a criteria lifts totally doable. Right. It helps you to have the momentum to keep moving forward. And the last simple step to having success in your career in work, and life at cheating, any goals that you want is to know that you are in charge of cheating it. So many people learned from school from going to school that there's a teacher, and there's a student and the teacher comes with a lesson plan. And the teacher tells you what you should learn, and test, you on the facts. And there's a right and wrong. And the student does their best to study what the teacher has told them to learn real life, does not work that way in real life. The student is responsible for understanding what steps they wanna take how to get there and actually making them happen. So, so many people show up to their careers or their jobs or mentoring opportunities for life and they're just gonna wait until someone comes and tells them what to do. Or someone comes and tells them now is opportunity for you to move. Why is it that you haven't asked for promotion recently, are you waiting for your boss to say you're? Good enough to get the promotion or you actively taking responsibility. Also, if you ask for a promotion, your bosses, you're not ready yet, take it a step further great boss. What will it take to get me to the next level? What skills do I need to acquire? What is the gap between where Wareham wearing to be event? Go fill that gap again. Don't be scared to stand up and ask for the things that you want in, like this is your life. These are the things that if you wait for someone handed to you, you're gonna be really dissatisfied and after all of this. Like I said, these are just three super simple. Steps to success in achieving your goals in getting clarity and in feeling so overwhelmed. And not feeling like oh, I just don't even know where to begin. So I'm just going to Netflix binge for the rest of the evening because I don't even know where to start rake it down to really easy. Achievable goals, you will be amazed with how much progress, you can make the. The panic that you felt when it was overwhelming uncertain in new and moving too fast. It will go away and you will feel so confident in what you're Jeevan, and how much you're cheating, and how much progress you're making that you'll continue to do it. So I really hope you've enjoyed this episode. I hope it's helpful will you to favor. Leave me a comment on my blog or on, I tunes run Lincoln, wherever it is that work naked. And if we're not connected, come connect with me. I'd love to know how you actually implement these tips. What kind

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"Welcome back to another episode of level of your leadership. I'm your host Lisa. Kristen normally on this podcast. I have conversations with exceptional leaders to unpack how the greeted their success into discover. They are recommended tools and tips and strategies and spider listeners like you to take your leadership to the next level and lately, I've been having some requests from people who say Lisa, you help leaders to develop, why aren't you sharing Newark tips. Why are you always interviewing other people? So I thought great question. I'm curious person, so I always wanted to know how other people do it, but I'm also happy to share tips from what I learned in from the people that I've worked with so today's episode I just wanna share with you. The proprietary coaching nothing that I use had made it up after years of experience, working with different people figuring out what really fundamentally impacts their lives and share that with you today. So joy. He had been when welcome to this episode of level of your leadership in today's episode do something special, I'm gonna share with you all of my trade secrets. So as many of, you know, I am an executive coach work with many different organizations across different industries different locations across the globe. And I've had a lot of experience starting to understand what is it that helps people to really change their behavior? Because that's what coaching is all about. How do you change to become more of the person that you want to be? So I wanna explain to you the very simple process that I've created, and it helps tremendously so it's very easy to remember. It's called the why what how method? So, again, the point of this coaching methodology is to make it release simple and really easy for you to use and practical in your everyday life. And it starts with why. Now, maybe some of you have read or seen the Simon cynic, start with why method where he says, you have to have this greater motivation in purpose, and that's actually true. All of psychology basically, knows that this is true that to have a bigger motivation to have a bigger greater sort of understanding of yourself. You won't are when we talk about until it comes from this space now, what I wanna share with you, in the white category. As most people have zero idea about what drives them. So when I work with coaching clients, I define a few things and you can find these at home as well. These fall under the why category. So the first one in sort of the most important starting point are your values. What's important to you? You may or may not know what they are. You may or may not have named them yet that I promise you that they run your life because what? Makes you the most angry when you get really upset and someone's really ticked you off. It's normally because they stepped on some kind of your value, so I can tell you the most common values that people have are things like chief -ment creativity were some kind of off inspiration family, friends, or some kind of human connection respect is a big one and the one that I would say that people don't offhand realize and yet, it's one of the biggest triggers that makes people upset is freedom. People tend again, everyone's values are different people tend to love their freedom. So when you get upset because someone's imposing some rule on you you're feeling that lack of freedom being honored. And that's why it's important to know your values not only to understand yourself, better and to go, okay. Now, I know what I want to work towards, but you also understand what am I not getting enough of? Oh, actually, I'm really. Really upset with my job. And I didn't realize it's because I don't have that freedom or because I'm not honoring that creativity that I'm really seeking values are also hugely important in the sense that they help with decision making so so many of your decisions in business. There's no right answer immune in life, too. And then very sorry. I wish I could say yours the answer. You know, prioritize one two three done. We know that problems are much more difficult than that. And so what we can do is look at our values and we can say, okay, do I take this promotion that will mean more hours away from home and family and traveling more, great for my career, or do I stay where I am were maybe even take a different job at a different company had we make that decision. Well, when you look at your values, you actually want to put them in an order. So you wanna say actually, I value family over career. Or you can say at this stage I value career over family. There's no right or wrong answer to your values. You just have to be true to yourself, and that will help you to know that you've made the right decision. Now I wanna play. Now it's important, you can't control the outcome. So whether incision was good or bad. You can't. No. But what you can know as I made the right decision based on my values at the time. What is also important in this, why category is understanding life's or your big vision for sort of your life again. Most people have no idea they'd love to know what they're passionate about the love to know. What's this sort of driving factor for their life? And yet, it's difficult to say it requires a lot of intensive sort of self reflection and trial and error and work to see. Now we see other people who sometimes know their true passion, and we're I know so many people are jealous. All but they know what they want. Why don't I know what I want? And it's really just a matter of lection so important to have an understanding of lemon. I want to be in this life. And what do I wanna accomplishes, nothing as a really specific? I wanna get this job. I wanna go to this school. But just as a general like impact, I want to have left on the world and the other really important aspect that shows up in the white category that I think, is so important is personality. And it sounds weird. Why would I personally in your greater purpose and drivers category? And the reason as that your y category is about building, who you are, and your character. What's important to you? What makes your decisions and your personality, and your sort of preferences for how you behave is something that really drives who you are what you accomplish? And it's very. Very important to have a recognition of what is your personality? So argue extroverted are introverted. Are you naturally more of a rational, liberal person are you a creative type etcetera now on the sheet that I give clients and I'll tell you later, I'll give it to you for free. So I'll tell you later how to download it. If you want it, I put an asterisk next to personality. The reason as when you have this big life vision, you should really work towards it. When you have values you should really honor those values in the best way that you can personality. It should really be flexible. And that's what I want to say is also something that's not recognized enough. Many times, people have a personality where they say we'll that's just who I am. Well, it doesn't have to be sometimes in order to meet the goals that you want to live your life, purpose econo-, flex out of what comes naturally comfortably easily for me and a great exa-. Simple as the woman who sort of super famous for being an introvert Susan Cain. She wrote, a quiet power of introverts. She hated public. Speaking was terrified it was the most miserable experience for her. And yet she had this big message that she wanted to share so even though by personality, she wasn't a public speaker. She knew she had a bigger sort of mission, and the need to be speaker. And to share this message. And so she taught herself to flex out. Now, does that mean she loves speaking now all of a sudden she's changed as a person? No. She her personality. Still the same. She still has to balance going on stage in sharing on formation. With some quiet time in order to bring back her full energy so personality should be somewhat flexible, the rest of the stuff. When you're

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