21 Burst results for "Lincoln Post"

"lincoln post" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

"Performance management of employees and customer negotiations. How many times have we seen someone. That's really hard working and smart walkaway from that uncomfortable. Work or avoid. It will usually. It's because they have an identified the mass that they're wearing and they haven't surrendered the outcome so they can summon the energy. That's necessary to actually do that uncomfortable. Work and if you can make that your habit if you can make identifying your mask surrendering outcomes uncomfortable with your habit. You can go from out to see. Oh yeah yeah well. It's taking the time to. I would imagine me sitting down with my therapist going to these places and walking away from the work whatever it is like the daily work right to explore these things. There's no transaction. That's happening there right. You're actually spending money. You're losing in that regards but you can't put the value on it if you really take it serious. You're optimizing the engine that drives all the other activity. And if you need more than one person that's exponential in nature right. How much convincing. Cause i hear you talking so saint before. Like how much convincing did you have to. Maybe it was yourself for some other people. See this into as well like that. Your addiction is a superpower because people could say that like we have a marketing company right. That's a really good marketing message. Let's use that and let's explore that and that's no this is real. I can hear it in anything that i've seen that you've put out whether it's a short video a lincoln post your book. Ted talk our conversation. You are convinced that your addiction is your superpower and not even convinced like that's a fact. How long did that take for you. Because i would imagine when you realize that. And maybe there wasn't like this moment this special moment like oh my god here we go. That changed everything for you. That's a great question. What i would say is no one told me this. And it didn't come in one moment and the reason i'm so passionate sharing it as because i think it's something that's lacking the recovery community and something that's lacking in those that are affected by addiction..

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Viral posts on differing social media sites

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

06:13 min | 5 months ago

Viral posts on differing social media sites

"Both of us have been reviewing this really Wonderful well-done article by hoot suite. And who if you don now is a social media aggregation tools so you can use social media to make managing and sending in engaging in social media networks are multiple platforms much. Easier evans. Said that i'm so. They are experts note in social media and they wrote an article in. I won't name the article here for if you wanna go read. It will actually be in the show notes as well. Aim of the article is fourteen is central social media etiquette rules for brands. But today we're going to break down these fourteen rules and some of them we don't hundred percent agree with and we're gonna try to give you some reasons why we don't agree with them and that how it applies to you and to be interviewed matthew matt if wanna shortening the end so mask gonna go on these opie like the so bad. Let's get started here. i. I'm gonna thi this up. I want you to run with it but i think that the mindset when social media came out in you it now but this because you were a book on the to talk with that as well but i think that when social media started grabbing attention financial services there was this idea that it was the holy relic. The new holy grail was the next seminar american for this industry. And i don't think i've seen so many crash and with a strategy. It's been incredible. There's a lot of issues and we're going to help sort through some of those today. But i'll let you bet. Well it can be the holy grail. And when when i wrote the social media handbook for financial advisers one of the biggest things that we wanted to include in the book with with bloomberg finance. Was this idea that there is different etiquette there's different rules across different platforms and why it's so fun. That hoot suite wrote this article and something they don't include in this article. Is that the etiquette on. Twitter is very different than the etiquette on linked in instagram facebook. Pinterest right or tiktok or whatever else you're using out there and you truly need to understand what room you're in. That's the first point that they bring up here which is to read the room. If you're on linked in lincoln is not the place to talk about politics it is not the place to talk about your personal life. It is one place that you go to learn from other business owners. That is the culture that is there now if you want to be a little bit more personal engaging than you can go to facebook. I'm gonna throw this at you. Sure i've seen some incredibly viral post on lincoln. Here's an example. Recently we talked with internally as a team there is a post about a professional woman who took down her professional photo one with her like kind of working from home and this is what i looked like everyday not going the office and she talked about trying to be to be authentic under social media and the the post went viral like unlinked in which is not quite as comet right very true but i believe it had four thousand likes summer. But but here's the thing about that. That post specifically is it still was in the right room in the right context. She was talking about how to portray her personal brand in an environment that likes to know about people's personal brand. Now that's not saying that she shouldn't have put that on twitter instagram facebook especially instagram right. Because that would have been a great instagram post. But you do need to understand that you can have and in some situations but it has to be or in other situations if she would put some something about eating her favorite food at her favorite restaurant that she ports support wholeheartedly. You don't wanna put that on linked. In in fact you'll get blasted on lincoln for doing that but you're not gonna get blasted on facebook or instagram or even twitter even though twitter that's not appropriate either because twitter's consumption. The people who use twitter want hard and fast information about something very very specific. So that's what i think about reading the room. You all have to understand where your ideal clients are right. Some of them around lincoln. Some of them are on facebook. Some of them on twitter. Some of them are on instagram. And hack some of them are on tiktok and you need to understand where your ideal client is. And if you don't know how to figure that out we've actually got a couple of really great free white papers on. The page are on our on our website that talk about how to figure out how to really tease out. Who your ideal klein is. So i think the rule there is that if you have something with a personal spin on it but it relates back to business and being authentic or true or there's Personal lesson that you can come back and bring to business lesson. Those are more than those are acceptable lincoln post. Just not personal personal. That's correct. yeah and so. There are people on lincoln who publish their kids accomplishments. Their own accomplishments outside of work and i would say in most cases those end up being what i would call borderline lincoln. Post sometimes in really depends on the spin or what year prouty break. How big of an accomplishment but some personal accomplishments are relevant to business because somebody overcame something. Big right yes. So i guess. Those those meet the acceptable and sometimes Can become very viral anyhow. So that's the first tip here so bowl on number two here. I'm actually merge

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"lincoln post" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on The Playbook

"What is that and so then? They showed me on instagram. You know what that meant, and then they're like. Go ahead DM me, so they showed me you know I'm deeming them, and so then I told my girls. They're all MLM's whereas me and Melena I'm like okay. Eminem me back. In, like what are you talking about? Eminem you go you know you told me to Dm you U M me back and they can't understand it. Because my name's David Meltzer I. D. M. Ing like you just use your initials of your like Sarah Summers. You'd be assessing me and I'd be the ending you. Meanwhile I stuck consistently at that that piece had nothing to do with this business now my personal brand on linked in Youtube Instagram, three million subscribers on an entrepreneur as the top podcast top fifty podcast of all time. All, because I, pivoted and kept my options open, there's. I can't tell you how many people laughed at me. Made Fun of me Scott when I went to the Super Bowl three years ago, and I met with Gary because I was helping him with his sports agency, and he's the one that convinced me to start my own content, and you know I'm speaking. Guys were making fun of me at the Super Bowl Go. Hey, where are you going to speak today? The bathroom you know? Who Do you think you are Tony Robbins? Trust me when you're posting. INSTAGRAM. Post in Lincoln Post and nobody's following you and it seems like it's cool. Right and doing Ted talks with four hundred people. That watched your your video. It's not where it is today. Right, but I know there are no such things as overnight successes. There are anomalies people that have a quantum memory that allow them to be successful, but that's the point zero zero zero one percent. That's Lebron. James and Kobe Bryant's of the world. You know those guys. The Soccer Berg's of the world one in a billion. The rest of us that don't have that quantum nature. It's a seventeen and a half year plan..

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Doing something with no expectation of return.

Hacking Your Leadership

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Doing something with no expectation of return.

"On this episode. I WanNa talk about doing something with no expectation of return. There's been a lot going on recently in. The impact of the corona virus has been felt by everyone as it stands today. Many people are working from home in. Some cities are in a total lockdown with only essential travel being allowed. It's tough for everyone to find normalcy and anxiety. Uncertainty are off the charts. Right now it can be difficult to find the good in times like these. But I'll tell you what I didn't have to look that far. I saw a quote the other day that I appreciated in close friend of mine texted me and ask for help immediately. I thought of that quote. If you haven't heard or seen my most recent Lincoln post all read it now. It says there was something else. My Mother did that. I've always remembered. Always look for the helpers. Tell me there's always someone who is trying to help. I did and I came to see. The world is full of doctors and nurses police and firemen volunteers neighbors and friends. Who are ready to jump in to help when things go wrong. This was a quote from the amazing. Mr Rogers. The text I received was from Daniel. Metallica my friend and a bespoke tailor in Jacksonville Florida. Daniel owns the Taylor shopping. Does everything from alterations to custom handmade sues. He's had to close his shop. Due to social distancing and for the health of his family but Daniel didn't just go home and wait. Daniel heard that there was a shortage of face masks and that people can make them using tightly woven cotton well. Daniel has a shop full of the world's best fabrics and the world's best suppliers. So what did he do? He started making masks and after a few days he's made a few thousand and was texting me to ask for help about spreading the word if any suppliers or fabric manufacturers were willing to donate fabric. He would be willing to make masks for free for his community with no expectation of return. Let's find a way to be more like Daniel during this pandemic

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"And I have to do that because I have adhd. And if. I didn't do that. I would be just ping being being being everywhere and then usually the first thing I do is if I'm gonNA post something for Lincoln. That do it first thing in the morning and I will admit that I have a list of content and ideas and things that I wanNA post but a lot of times it is like what do I want to say today and it's usually very relevant and based on something that has happened to me in the last day or so so most everything that you're seeing that I'm posting on. Lincoln is relevant to the day a lot of times and then yet my day to day is just filled with either deal strategy but could be technical. Demos that we're working through and then also basic. Sdr functions may not make a lot of calls. I send emails. I'm constantly working on disruptive prospecting activities in coming up with a plan of action for different events trade shows webinars and driving attendance to those and so my days are very varied in you know the different tasks that I accomplished. Every day is a little bit different and I'm usually heading home by lake about four. Pm TO TRY TO AVOID DALLAS FORT worth traffic. I know you live Austin. You probably experience some of the same stuff occasionally. It's a mess and I'm usually home in the evenings and you know from there. It's sports and supper and horses and just life from and that's about my day to day. They usually end up working a little bit more in the evening when the kids go to bed. I usually hop on do some sort of work whether it's on five on Friday or linked and stuff or work so when you do the time blocking how many blocks a typical day give us a a little bit d percents of what those tend to look like yes so basically I start blocking at eight. Am and I easily blocked by either. Our the half hour depending on the task so my first hour block is Adleman. And I use that on current opportunities because that's where the highest level of focus needs to be and I wanNA spend the most amount of time there and so if that rolls over into the next hour. I'm okay with that because that's the essential activities that I need to get accomplished for the day so I usually do. Current opportunities it Kinda prioritize it by that and then. I block off usually hour. Chunks of time one hour is just for prospecting calls so it could be for calling on next steps could be for calling for Webinar followups or trade. Show follow up Sir inviting people to trade shows but I block off an hour of my time and I said it too busy so no one else can block that time and I protect my prospecting time and I do that. One hour at least for calls one hour for email prospecting and that's because lots of tweaking templates subject lines and you know coming up with relevant content and updating links and you know so there's time that goes into that so everything I do is by our chunks and then I will also throw in like little half hour chunks like Lincoln Post or respond to Lincoln messages or Sharon article on link Dan or whatever that may be an. I'll give myself a fifteen or thirty minute window of time to do that. And I slide those in throughout the day as well so every hour including my lunchtime I block off my lunch in just flag that it's personal but my whole calendar is full with either hour or half hour or fifteen minute increments from eight. Am in the morning until four PM in the afternoon. Yeah and I do that every day. And there's some things that we occurs to like Lincoln owes recur every day and I have other tasks like my calling blocks and my emailing blocks that I just set to reoccur everyday and then that way. I don't have to go in every day. And just you know manually. Update my schedule. It's one of those things that just makes it a little bit more efficient and I know every day. I'm going to have this time in this time to do these administrative or prospecting functions perfect. Been you mentioned podcasts. An audible so what are you typically listening to on the drive? Oh my goodness so. I made the mistake of posting about all the different podcasts. That people are listening to do and I was really overwhelmed. There's like a ton of podcast. But the last few podcasts. I've listened to were Morgan. Jay Ingram's PODCASTS HIS SDR chronicles. I listed that because he invited me on and I did a podcast him and then also the lunch break. Podcasts James Baden. I've been listening to that. Your podcast of listening to one episode. I have gotten one episode down and then on audible. I has been re listening to you. Never split the difference by Chris. Voss this'll be my second time going through that I love that one fanatical prospecting JEB blunt. Really any JEB. One is great to listen to you because that I think that he is far more focused and intentional in his process. So I like to listen to that and then I also have about five books like physical books that I need to finish reading but I I keep getting sent books. Does that happen to you? I don't always think Oh. You have no idea what happens to me. I live in a little bit different world. In fact I was just thinking the other day. I'm like I need to have a local event and everybody who shows up is going to get some kind of book because it's just getting a little out of control. I'm way more audible these days in fact. I don't remember the last time I read a physical book. That wasn't more for pleasure. For whatever reason it's just been much more audible so these books are really starting to accumulate around here and if you come into the Sales Success Summit. Maybe that's where they show up like it's just GonNa to be a big table of books but giant pile. You can take whatever you want. Yeah that's so funny. You should do that. That would be calm and you should encourage people to bring their books. You Know I. It's funny because I thought about doing that before right just doing sort of a big book exchange kind of thing. I'm trying to recognize a lot of people are traveling. Do you really want to add a whole bunch of book weight? But you know if everybody's bringing sort of two books like hey here's books that really have impacted me that have been meaningful that. I'm willing to pass along. I think that exchange would be a lot of fun and I guess they are traveling right. So you're going to be getting on a plane you've probably got time to consume a book. Yep and I think now I mean there's something that for me. There's this daljit about the old school books and flipping pages and so I listen to audible but I will read a book. I've been blown away by like everyone keeps sending me books and I'm like am I his celebrity. What's happening here? I don't know what's going on and I've actually message to them and said listen. I have to books in front of yours. I'm just being honest. It might take six months to read your book but just know it's on my list and I haven't forgotten about it so but yeah probably more information. We can possibly consume in a lifetime. So we'll give it our best. Yes yes this is the challenge in you know I. It kind of comes back to these recommendations and things like that where you've got to pick and choose. I was just doing this with Jack. Wilson. I had the same situation going on at about four books that I was listening to simultaneously. I finally knocked two of them out. I was like this has gotta stop. I can't keep simulcasting like this. I've got to get focused and get a couple of these done so it's been fun well. Ab This has been even more fun than I thought it would be. An I knew it was going to be a lot of fun so I appreciate you taking time early on Saturday morning to spend with me. I know that this for us is probably just the beginning. I have a feeling that you're gonNA talk some more probably privately certainly some more publicly. If you're open to coming back at some point and then really really looking forward to spending time with you and meeting your husband just hanging out with you guys at the sales success summit in October. Yeah absolutely I mean I really appreciate you bringing the on that. I loved the first conversation that we had. I'll never forget it. It was very enlightening for me. And I got to know you very quickly and I developed a great level of respect for you so I certainly appreciate you bringing me on and let me babble here for a little while and yeah. I'm very much looking forward to. The summit is on the calendar already. We are locked and loaded for that so looking forward to it will come join.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word

For Women Who Love The F-Word

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word

"Coaching just to get out of Post One. Lincoln Post and she's incredible that fear of what people think is so great and I just want to tell you hit number one it is like you can expedite the success of your business by putting your face at the front of it because now people want to identify the human face with things human connection. So that's a fact that we have to accept and also you need to accept that not everybody will love and be at peace with with you in general in life it on or even online so why not. Just do it anyway. People are GonNa say something whether you don't do it whether you do do it. People always got something to say so the view of people having opinions about you is holding you back forget it forget it accepts and move on and do it. I love the girl power. Now this is it was so awesome. Easy like I had been leaving behind this veil of different radio stations having created my brand or having control of my brain and I never really showed authentically who I was. I was just like Xiaomei. Helke like just cute and don't share my opinions but the thing is it's exactly what I said like being vanilla won't win in the twenty nineteen because social media and digital businesses changed so much so Y- cannot cannot compete la like that anymore. That's why you a different. Yes Unique I would like to think so. I think everyone's unique. Everyone's unique right. Oh well don't be better indifferent for exactly exactly. Life is not life is not a competition. Life is not a race you just feed the best version of YOU and and accept your tab. You are unique and different so we want women to own end to have it all. Which is we were being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. One is your favorite effort. Financial Independence Financial Independence financial independence. Nobody talks about this enough. I agree to podcast. Go listen to me. I'm telling. Ya The older. You get some thirty five now. The dinner tables I sit around the more stories of of some separations in marriages and things that come up. And one of the biggest regrets those women say after the divorces that they didn't put their if they bought an asset with the husband that they let me put the name on the lease and they didn't put their name down or that they didn't set stronger financial goals for themselves because when they were married they kind of went under his wing and let him control everything. I'm telling you life is long and life is an incredible rollercoaster and life is rich and you want to be you. Want to be the ship. That is always boyd. Amongst all those waves and one of the best ways that you can do that and protecting both to yourself in any storms when the water's choppy is by having your own account with your own money. Your own assets. I bought my property when I was studying with my money from Dubai at that time. I don't know any other radio broadcasters. That was saving up to buy their own houses and I set as a goal and I had that in my head. And it's achievable. You can even earning that much. It is so achievable and it just starts by even starting to think about it so just starting to think about that. Financial Independence. Just stop? Think about how you define that and slowly. It will reveal itself to you. Resources Books Youtube videos on how you can of course so rich women this whole network. But that's definitely my favorites. Which is your favorite recommended books that you want the girl to start. On't Oh okay for all of life oh financial independence f. What the very first book. I read at twenty three years of age when I was literally guy's earning nothing. I didn't even have an employment pasta. Singapore I was like at a modeling agency. This is back in the two thousands when that was possible. Toi Toi don't tell the government but I read robot Kia Sakis Rich Dad Poor Dad and learn about the difference between property being an asset or being something that milks y'all money and it was very interesting book because it just started thinking about financial depends like it was important. Step just to stop me thinking about it and then it ended up setting the goal for the next ten years just by getting that in my head and attracted the resources to do it. Yeah that was the book so your vision earlier on we were chatting before you started. You said that you know you want to You know speak every single month one KENO. At least every single then still travel around the world and build an online community as well. You know helping girls and women across the globe so tell us a little bit more. You know I'm GonNa Shine a whole vision piece for you as a so. I have a deadline to set it up. I bought the software to create this online community months ago and then was traveling. Didn't get to do it so I've already got a logo. It's going to be called Simone says community and so like Simon says. Simone says too little quotation marks for Q so. We already have an instagram. So you can go to. I don't know I'm saying we I already have time for it at the most. And and that's going to be an epic product because there were just too many from women the women from the same community this so rich women's services that would not getting access to public speaking training but beyond that confidence issues and wanting to find their voice and I asked my other friends who are public. Speaking coaches who are European Western living in Singapore said get. Dm's like this like no these people right to me like like you know like they know me and and I realize it's because they see an Asian face with a transatlantic the Nakiele that really obviously it gives us that human connection and I realized that Asian women want to be able to tell me in this story. You know my bosses bullying me. These are not things that happened in Australia. For example the HR department would swoop in. These women are having issues that they need another person with Asian culture background to help remove the confidence issues the bullying issues from the public speaking issues. Because you have no confidence or you've been put down you then have no confidence to even open your mouth let alone for me. To teach you breathing techniques it becomes. It's you know it's a whole year. We're not even GONNA get to projection breeding techniques energy. Nothing until we tackle. When was it that you became afraid to speak of an open your mouth so I realized that that was the difference and that I was not servicing these to be honest. I don't think it's going to be about money. You'll be a big moneymaker at all because the price point is going to be very very low for a monthly membership and it's going to be about allowing these women to get ahead in jobs. Wow so we're expecting the community already. I'm aiming for the by the end of January. That's so looking forward to the courses is coming. You know exactly. Mo- leading the classes you know it's GonNa be so fun. I hope so I hope so. That one of the goals that has done a similar business model for Instagram Australia. Every time she gets fifty one hundred fifty community members. She doesn't Party and I would love to see that. I know we've gone digital on ground events and now like so passe but I would love to visibly see some of these women that I get these. Dm's from like I'd like to make that human connection in Passan so that's the hope I would love that by the end of two thousand twelve. I could have a big fricken. Potty with all these women I would love that so check back with Megyn Nisha I will definitely hold you. Most I got this one place. Komen that we have better oval which is helping women's voices be heard yes. I think that's huge. I think that women are so reticent to speak their mind. I'm probably the opposite way. I should be quiet more often. But you know you Voice Mattis. Your Voice Matters. Your opinion matters every time you sit in a meeting. I've seen it so many times when I was working. You know and you don't speak up and you say nothing you're letting a little piece of you die and I know that happened to me. I was so scared to even open my mouth or there was a time. I had a boss who is another female employees female boastfully another female employees. And now that I've left. I really regret not to speak out and say hey that you don't speak to people about their dogs. That is not okay so I I have a lot of maybe. This community is also to kind of UNDO. Some of my regret about that. Yeah Yeah it was bad it was bad. So what is that one thing you'll like? The lady was listening in right now to do so but but at times you next year that Harry patients goal done. Well firstly. Who DOES HAS SKIN. Because it's like insanely good. Okay so what is the big thing for? You'd have that big data scope. Want you to think about authentically who you were. As a child. Most of the time when we lose our way and our actions are no longer in sync with ourselves because life is maybe hit us with some hard knocks. Go back and think about who you were as a little kid when you're innocent and you didn't have any anti telling you to do this or that or boss telling you to do this so that who were you as a kid and I am going to tell you what that little child dreamt of what child wanted tap into that energy and sit with yourself in a quiet place and dream big like when you were that child. And I'm I swear to you that we're not more about your two thousand twenty goals then if you just sat there in your space right now with your phone going off with your kids screaming we only remember. The the biggest awakening for me was remembering who I was a kid and manifesting that innocence and that joy when I was goal setting really works works. I love that so you'll libra no. I usually bro. I'm a Taurus Taurus. Yes I'm a Gemini. You same as my sister saints. He's a total girl boss. My sister is a partner in a law firm. She's incredible like she's if she was talking if you should so she's not she's very private ladies. If you're tuning into this podcast remember that Simone can be reached at Simone Hain Dot Com. Thank you and ask me anything you like right back. I answered everyone. I loved it so everything will be placed in the show notes. Thank you very much for tuning in today and look forward to seeing you soon. Take Care and thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as you build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you did rated five stars you've asked glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone. You are strong together. We are unstoppable..

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Exercising Your Demons

Daily Sales Tips

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Exercising Your Demons

"Listening to the daily sales tips. PODCAST I'm your host Scott Ingram. This tip is fairly closely related to the tip. I shared aired yesterday on minimum viable habits and Mike ten x Ironman. It say it's at least a cousin. Because a couple of the core elements of that tip were around mindset Set an exercise when thing. I've really noticed for myself is how connected mindset and overall attitude are with how frequently. I'm exercising the mental part of sales and the life of a sales professional is something. I'm really committed to spending more time on this coming year. Some of you may have seen my linked within post from earlier this month where I talked about how I was unfunny myself after a particularly down day the reception and the conversation around the topic Vick was fantastic. And I've got linked to that post for you at daily sales dot tips forward slash three forty. Four what I really love. Is that now. The community community is holding me accountable. Andy off go left a really insightful comment about a week later and asked what can you do to avoid the situation going forward forward. Please share your answers with all of us here. So that's partially what this tip is about. I used to suffer from bouts of depression more frequently in the past than I have in the last few years and one of the primary ingredients seems to be around how frequently I exercise in fact when I had that down day that prompted the Lincoln Post I hadn't worked out in three or four days the other phenomenon in noticed about myself as that if I start feeling down I generally. I don't feel like exercise and that's a very slippery slope. I can skip a day. No problem skipping. Today's might be okay but personally I'm probably taking a risk in a perfect world. I'm probably working out five or six times a week to maintain my mental health and at the very least it's an every the other day consistent habit what about you do you have this. Same exercise to mindset connection that ice seem to have I've learned a ton from all the interviews and relationships I've built with top performers through the sales success stories podcast and the summits and when I look at the most common themes I think it's possible. Bowl that mindset trumps. Everything else if your head isn't right. It's practically impossible to achieve the highest levels at least in a healthy th-y and sustainable way. I heard a great quote on the radio. The other day it happened to be in the context of bullfighting but I think it applies incredibly. Well here he. He said that champions train they endure pain and they don't complain met really struck me because to be great in this business of sales you have have to work at it. There are no shortcuts and it's not going to be easy you'RE GONNA be challenged at every turn and in so many different ways but you have to find a way to endure all of that pain and continue to break through again and again and again and you really can't do that if you don't start with the right mindset

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"lincoln post" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on AM Joy

"The Ukraine is own deputy. Rick dates testified. This was not ordinary. Lobbying Manafort in effect shadow. Oh government and he set up phony think-tanks newspapers phony websites. Phony story putting out disinformation when you look at his real documents that he submitted for which he was being paid ten million dollars a year. I want to read just one sentence. He's or Paul Manafort's words. We are now of the belief. This model can greatly benefit the Putin government. He's working for black pudding. There's absolutely no question about it. Yeah and now we see what was a secret. Disinformation Information Grayson going becoming an overt one. Yep absolutely so until Malcolm now you have the fast now you now have a story in the Washington. Lincoln Post that by holding back support in the first place from Ukraine by isolating Ukraine blaming them. Basically forgetting Paul manafort affording trouble for for not being his client anymore. Donald trump is doing nothing but helping Putin then on Friday. The trump administration demanded the Democrats strip the language out of the new bill. That's a must pass bill. They want he wants language out. trump administration officials in recent in days threatened to presidential veto. It could have led to a government shutdown of house. Democrats refused to drop language requiring prompt. Release a future military aid for Ukraine if it was not left out of the spending legislation next thing. Here's Donald Trump. No we won't even play it. Donald trump re tweeted Vladimir Putin defending him all being impeached too. It appears that this is this is a total which he's repeating and re tweeting Putin. So what we. We have thought of as a duo Malcolm since I haven't talked about this for three years. Actually the three of US forever. I know it's really a trio in a lot of ways it's trump Putin and manafort before yes and this is first off. We have stopped using the word conspiracy theory because there's a lot of people out there that liked to frame us as pushing being a fake narrative. This story is not just the trump Ukraine scandal. It is the trump Russia Ukraine scandal. It is all one circle. Oh that we have been working within. It's just that Vladimir Putin is so adept at what he's doing. When he saw Paul manafort going down even as trump's campaign adviser he knew that he now had his claws into trump and that by when trump became president he was started to tell him the narratives that he wanted him to us and the first one was Ukraine? Did it not US Russia's innocent. We're your best friend. Trump wholeheartedly believes that above and beyond anything anything anyone in. US intelligence will tell him. In fact I believe there was an article recently that said trump flat out refused to believe. US Intelligence Hinson said Putin told me that this was the Ukrainians did it. The Russian hacking the Ukrainians did it that the people who had the DNC server. It was. There's an in Washington. DC in hundreds and hundreds of these computer banks that we can all go look at no. It's in Ukraine. All of this is a Russian intelligence allegience narrative being fed to donald trump by a spy master. Who knows how to play the idiot that he is and it is attacking not just the United States but this trying to make further encroachments into Ukraine and damage them at the same time? It's a win win for Putin. Yeah people should not forget that it's always about money who's paying left harness a million dollars Russia. WHO's paying at the end of the day Manafort Russia? This is where they're making their money guys. This is literally a very simple scandal. It's about these guys these people around Donald Trump having having a client Putin and then also it's a weird thing Craig Unger. Thank you for joining us. Malcolm minutes stick around because we've got more next we're GONNA take a closer look at the. US military military in the age of trump and US troops really think of.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Marketing School

"Welcome to marketing school. The only podcast that provides daily top level marketing tips and strategies from entrepreneurs that practice what they preach and we live what they teach. Let's start leveling up your marketing knowledge with your instructors. Neil Patel and Eric Su hey margie school listeners listeners. I have an interesting stop for you. Did you know that Walmart improved their conversion rate by two percent for every second that improve their low time in other words website the speed helps with conversions. In addition to that Google uses it to determine where your site ranks in their index. The fastener website loads the higher. You'll rink for that reason. I want to talk to you today. About a company called Dream House Dream Hose powers the web with fast websites and superior customer service brought to you by team web experts or super committed. Go to your success online. We've worked with them to create a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about a simple marketing a game plan for the first thirty days of twenty twenty so all right so twenty twenty. He's about to start. You're probably figuring. What am I gonNA end up doing and we want instead instead of telling you what you should do for the whole year? We want to just break down the first month so eric and I are going to each. Give one thing that you need to do at the beginning of of the year just four things one thing you can do each week and that'll start helping you kick off twenty twenty in the right way so the first thing I would look at is what channels are working really well for you whether it's SEO social media you're probably missing a few channels so so if emails working for you that means push notifications and chat bots will probably work for you and you can replicate what you're doing there facebook's working well for you chances are linked in INSTAGRAM can probably work well for you as well as well as youtube if SEO's working for you really well paid advertising. Probably can work well even if you're not doing it and you can't figure out the final if you have sales pages that are working well for you that means webinars will probably work for you really well too so figure out what you already doing. And there's already other channels or strategies that are very similar that typically work and just another way to convert more people into customers and I'll start off by doing that in early twenty twenty because we'll give you a quick boost because if someone doesn't convert from a landing page and you can get them through a Webinar F if you know someone's on your email list not everyone's going to open and click through muzzle also. Get Him on your push notification list and also your chap outlets alright so from my end. I think what you could do that if you haven't done this before the end of the year and does you listen live right now. I would definitely Do this now make a list of all the things that are not going so oh well right now and obviously the things that are going well right so you want to have like you Kinda WanNa balance and especially if you're working with the team you don't WanNa completely demotivate them by saying. Oh here's all the issues right and what I would say is each week. What you're doing is you're creating a new list of issues each week and you spend that time? Maybe there's like a ninety minute meeting each week. It could be short short. If you're just starting out but you want to solve those issues. You want to continually solve these issues because what happens is a lot of companies. They don't let things pile up. And then all of a sudden it's like you're you're just completely behind like you have all these issues stack up on you so for us what we run on detraction the USDA entrepreneurs operating system and. It works out really well for us because it's very fluid. It's fast I and we just keep solving issues. You want to have long-term issues. You WanNa have kind of urgent issues to you. WanNa have a good mix of them and that way people can contribute. The next thing I want you to do is figure out some sort of tool that you can end up building. I believe it's the new form of marketing. I've done this with Uber suggests on my website and was caused me to grow the fastest and the the biggest to give you a rough idea around twenty one thousand visits today from just people googling. The Term Uber suggests in landing on my website literally. twenty-one thousand visits today. That's averaged out for Friday Saturday Sundays etc.. I'm averaging twenty one thousand visits a day. Just think about that. You don't have to build the tool like I did. You can go to Code Canyon which is a site that offers a lot of tools for pennies on the dollar five dollars ten dollars. Twenty dollars but offering free tools is the easiest way to get more traffic. And you've got to figure out what's related industry. You're in the mortgage industry mortgage calculators. There's help calculators. There's even they have things for shopping and and parking APPs and video games and all this kind of stuff even have free. Seo Tools like they have tools that you can add for any type of industry on Code Kanye all right from my end. It's taking the we've talked about Omni channel in the past but it's really looking at. Where are your customers actually hanging out so for example for us? Let's okay on the marketing side. We know our people hang out on Lincoln they hang out. There's people hanging on Youtube right now. There's people that hang on twitter too so taken out. Omni channel approach but not just posting esteem just taking using like a social media to unlike blasting to multiple different channels is actually posting natively right. So sure we're live right now but when we go live it's actually native to both to these platforms. That's fine right but when you tweet something people can tell especially. When you outsource you're tweeting people can tell when you're doing that? What I outsource like my Lincoln Post people can tell well when that's happening so when I actually write something it's it's a completely different world right like especially we handle for my team? She was writing a post on. You know it was a post on like basically like Asians right like I'm Asian that piece of content we had was related. Asians she completely cannot relate to that right so. It's really very difficult for her to do that. Is She Asian. No she's not a so it's probably why. Yeah exactly so you can expect people to understand kind of what's going on your mind right. So this is why the Gary v's of the world. He actually writes all his twitter copy and he writes all his instagram copy. Shirt the other stuff. He's not so good at. He has other people helping right like the editing stuff like the blog post that size strength right so figure out like where your customers are hanging out and then we can go spend twenty minutes a day thirty minutes a day. We started doing that recently. And like it's been a world of difference yet so those are the four things that we want you you to focus on in twenty twenty in the first thirty days so pretty much just January makes you do this. bookmark this podcast episodes. You can go back listen to right before twenty twenty any starts again and if you need more help growing next year check out marketing school dot aisles slash live. Where you can meet with Eric and I person and multiple times a year and we just help your business scale? We appreciate you joining us for this session of Marketing School. Be Sure to rate review. Subscribe to the show and visit marketing. School dot I owe for more resources based on today's topic as well as access to more episodes that will help you find True Marketing Success Tax Marketing School Dot. Io until next time class dismissed..

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"lincoln post" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"I've never met them before but they feel like you know we're friends which is cool because we had lots of free meals all the time basically hey we're in London who wants to hang out right. Fifty people have share. That's cool. That's something we actually we wanted to circle around to. Maybe we'll do it. Towards the end of the show is maybe talk about some of the the travel hack ideas that you have because we know you're always on the move so you must have some really cool like little tips for people rolling frazier another mutual friend same kind of idea. We always like to get little travel out of him when we talked to him as well so we'll circle back around that though let's open that loop and we're close it later sounds good so yeah. I really love everything laying out here so it seems like what the topic will once you have that you layer that on it sounds like layer that on with something like the Dollar Day strategy distribution so the cross-channel cross-channel authority I believe is what you call it and and from there yeah is having solid systems because I know that's the whole Skilling your agency or whatever it as you're doing even one one person show. Ideally you have some good systems and be as team around yeah. Let's dig into that. Maybe some kind of how that ties in to where we're starting with the how are sorry the why how and what the topic wheel is your strategy and a lot of people jose strategy and it sounds really good. Your scratched strategy is mechanically in specifically defined as the unique combination of your goals content targeting goals meaning you have to monetize Bryant content. What are you saying organized into the six topics and targeting picketing who are those different people when the outside of the topic wheel so we will y Alan what which is outside Middle Center we have stories stories like all the people you've interviewed. Those are who write those imple- table explaining why entice to the topics which you're showing step-by-step by step how you do something which the meat of this podcast which then goes into the what products and services that you're selling that alignment in the topic wheel you will find that certain stories will just resonate that you could have never predicted before we're. GonNa kick serious ass so we were in Canada we in London a couple of weeks ago and we were with our Buddy Matthew Janney set. Who is the CEO of escape fitness? He is the one of the top fitness entrepreneurs because he sells. When you go to like a lifetime you workout like lifetime fitness at twenty four fitness or equinoxes or do stuff my garage crosby prospect to say stuff so yeah? I've had memberships in the past I don't currently have but even the cross stitch gyms you'll see his equipment there the player in Europe in one of the top players in the US he's neo that company has his own manufacturing in China the factories all this kind of stuff on his podcast. He's interviewed the WHO could be like an Arnold Schwarzenegger or a Lee Haney or Frank Zane the CEO's of these other companies like anyone you would name yeah on his podcast but then how do we make money and then how does he make money and tanner will will give the view to show you kind of behind the scenes how that really works not just to be a successful entrepreneur but to us content marketing and personal branding and the topic we of which full disclosure there are client. How do all these things in combination. Even if you don't have any money you don't have to be a giant company to do this. Yes so basically all over the process but Magic Johnson has a podcast called escaped. Your limits is companies called fitness and what we do. Is We create a public of your page on facebook and we'll post there is different snippets from his podcast cut up just similar to what you guys are currently doing but take the little one minute said sumon videos out of that create a story via talks about what that allows you to do is you you can use different programs like that that transcribed those videos and now you have blog post articles about those rights what you can do to impose that on linked in you can post one minute videos. You can post pictures of the videos you can post means whereas of something that yeah and what does what our processes is. You take videos. Impose the Monitor public figure page because people don't want to buy from escape fitness. They went by match. Janney set very personal branded Taipei to sounds like it's the same for you guys. PEOPLE WANNA buy wolf and not from the hustle and flow flow chart podcast for Nay right so what we'd like to do is via via youtube revealing you facebook is create a platform to funnel a personal brand build a reputation so that people go to manage insects package. Missy was state state fitness stuff right now. They're going on warm touch and they feel like I've already developed this personal relationship already know what Matt's Jansa Jansa POW. I can tell you is a good person from the stories. He's told I can tell he's authoritative from the people that is interviewed so at least some money but never selling right. We never saw escape fitness equipment on the podcast. That would make sense right now. People are coming in on in so how it works for me. Is I get rated videos with magic that the same made videos George how announcement now what I can do is boost that video picture or whatever may beats was audience and how people will see me if you imagine that his audience is a huge ocean and I'd take a cup take a couple of that water and put ord in my bucket in my personal brand then I'm slowly and surely filling up my buckets. You elevate my reputation yeah that's brilliant and that's let's yeah it's such a saying. I know is so super influence from the first time we a dentist on here is is totally just used the podcast as that you know it's a it's a great networking tool but there's a lot of ways to elevate our brand when we're associating ourselves with people like you and then we layer that almost some cool ads that are strategically league position to your audience or someone else's and yeah you're right. It's IT works great end Matt Niger. You have those public pages as this this figure pages you know all the ads just work a lot better and like that's the entry point and from there is showing cool shit that we're doing you. You know maybe cool places where people and you're right sooner or later they're gonNA. They're gonNA reach out and start a conversation about something of ours products or services. Yep and this is this is how this really helps. Build your agency because now that we've been posing Omni channel which is through all the different platforms for Matt Jansen in people have seen him six seven eight nine ten times. What will happen is other people in the space will hit up? Nazi genocide can hit say hey what's going on are you. Are you everywhere so like. I'm seeing you're right. I beg your spending one hundred thousand dollars a month for you getting the money for this war but what happens is if you take care of your in clients they'll send you other clients even in their space because it all meets at one specific threshold right so for for Matthew we had also worked for for personal brand of his gym trainers because the gym trainers can help sell fitness equipment that is needed from state fitness or maybe it's a specific product that he wants to add to his product lines right so we can partner with the companies that make the products so you can share your list in the sets. Now you're in a sustainable business because you're being known for fitness in ear tapping into the fitness industry four five six clients industry you can do that across all units as we have so much relationship power our with Matthew for years and Matthew has so much trust in tanner on me. He's been referring other business now. Tanner has grown this microbusiness where he has multiple clients that have all come from Matthews Referral Yup and they're so strong that Cana- flu private a couple days ago just to fly fly back to have dinner with Matthew and then fly back here to Vegas just to close another deal and think about the power of that to close deals. It's not because cantor is a fantastic ask. Negotiator right is not because lie knows all these sales techniques is because the results speak for themselves. It's clear he's documented. Everything he's demonstrated. He has a team and let's do the selling and a couple of days ago pissed off thousands of people linked in the head of the post but basically copied a post from somebody who sent me a message on linked in offering the IT services okay. I'm sure you get those two sir her and I said something along the lines of hey bro. Don't call me. I'm a human may I know you're asked blastings out thousands of people and a pissed off people because there are a lot of folks who six hundred people replied on my Lincoln Post say old calling is good. If you know what you're doing and I want you pissing on all the cold calling people and said I'm not doing that. What I'm trying to show you is that people are so inundated all of us with these these sorts of random requests from people that are trying to like hustle and song not saying don't hustle or whatever but why not work with the algorithm why not treat everyone like humans and you could force your way there to try to get sale. But why not do it the elegant way. Someone asked me yesterday on Facebook in the digital marketer gauge group saying. Hey I've been cold calling and cold calling it. I started my agency. I don't have any clients and they just need to get my first gig. I'm willing to work for almost nothing please. What do I do not returning my calls. When I do get on a call that they don't Wanna a higher. May you know I'm really desperate. Now need to pay rent nearly bad help and what I said was find an agency that you can wear the owner or whoever will mentor you and you can be a sub either. You can work on the smaller components there because they already have enough power that it got plenty of clients like we got plenty or you're. You're in a particular niche. They don't service or were you you service clients that smaller and they can just push those ones over to you in that way toward elegant in its warm touch. Mike Tanner talked about and also it's not standing immediately yeah so Canada spoken all over the world. We've flown all over and people will say well. How did you you get the keynote at such and such conference right or what did you apply can you. Can you like show me how to apply the right way slightly onstage. I said Dude it's not apply. It's having those relationships relationships and then I'll ask them so. I've spoken seven hundred fifty times on stage in the last twenty three years. My first gained was over twenty years ago in front two thousand people. I was the closing keynote at the conference right. Imagine that two thousand people and you know the stages black. They play the music all that yes how many times I've been rejected objected in terms of applying speak at conferences by the way of good percentage is one in three places. You apply accepts you you. I'm GONNA guess as you're about one hundred percent success rate yeah. Why is it a hundred because of all the the branding that you've done in them. Just seeing you everywhere from all the branding work you've put in because never apply also I was thinking of is going to be the case and then if you look at our client base. I don't want to Brag but we have some well known companies that we work for him..

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How I Cold Emailed My Way Onto 27 of the Top Sales Podcasts

Daily Sales Tips

03:53 min | 1 year ago

How I Cold Emailed My Way Onto 27 of the Top Sales Podcasts

"One of the big challenges we have sales people is really building social proof in utilizing correctly to either get a meeting with an important prospect or to close a deal in a lot of US including ourselves up until very recently because we've made a big push to get podcast and really increase increase social proof are in a position where maybe very few people in your industry no of you so into reaching out to a prospect that may have never heard of you before they may have heard of your company but they're not quite sure who you you are and hopping sales call with a prospect especially as it can be. Kinda tough if they've never heard of you prior to you sending a cold email to them Andy Mandarin. We're GONNA have any relevant case studies for their industry. One of the ways that we overcame this challenge was for prospecting was making a really big push to hop on on more podcasts specifically sales to podcasts and if you're wondering we'll hate jason run a business. How is this going to help me sales people you can hop on podcasts as well-made. Scott's podcast podcast where he interviews top one percent sales people is a really good example of that and if you're in sales getting on a podcast of being able to share that interview especially really if you're talking about something maybe not sales related and more about something in your industry can really bring in some credible industry expertise as well and it's a really great wave for prospects to learn about you that are proactive about finding solutions to the problems but also as something that you can share in a follow up after a sales call so that they can listen to you it again. It's social proof the here you WANNA platform so it's a really good way to offer extra value and get in front of people that may or may not have heard view before so let we tell you a quick story because we've read a big Lincoln Post on this. That's linked in the show notes. I definitely recommend you check out but we were able to get on twenty seven of the top sales podcast in in the last eight months and I got on all of these including Scott's for this this opportunity just through through emails so the big thing that we did when we got started and where where you want to start with this. Is You want some social proof to get on the PODCASTS. I'm GonNa talk a lot about social proof. In this episode. You want to get a couple podcasts under your belt so so that you have something to share when you reach out to these other ones so the way we started is I just asked around on our network and I knew a couple of podcasters and I said Hey can we hop up on your podcast and I'd like to talk about something. I think it'd be really valuable for your audience and I had a friend Bras and another friend list in they helped me get on their podcasts and I could been linked to those in other emails when reaching out to other ones so this is what really helped to get that initial social proof to share with bigger podcasts like you know seller dive on recently with Jeffrey Dahmer make. It Happen Mondays with John Barrows and a few other those if I didn't have social proof I wouldn't have been able to get on so step number one build that initial social proof get on some podcast uncast again. Check out that Lincoln Post. It's a really in depth guide to not only how we did it but how you can also do it as well. Step number. Two is finding podcasts so again. Scott has actually put together an awesome list on the site detailing enlisting on all the top sales podcasts. That's a great place to start and where and we'd take it. A step further other is going in and qualifying some of these. You're going to build an countless different than if you're prospecting for any other type of solution or offering is you're. GonNa come up with an account list of podcasts and you're gonNA come with qualifiers so what I recommend doing what we did was they had to have at least ten reviews on itunes a four star rating and they had to have released an episode within the last thirty days what I found out doing a lot of the sound reaches that a lot of people don't have active audiences because they don't post content consistently gently enough and if they don't have a lot of reviews that's usually an indication. There's not a lot of engagement on there. There's nothing wrong with getting on those podcasts to get started but I wouldn't make that it'd be part of your strategy. The next thing you're going to do is find the contact information and

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Marketing School

"Send your leads your prospects if you have information on them whether they're cold warm which or they're an existing customer. Send them a cameo video like a celebrity to do a personalized shout out and into we've seen that help convert a one-to-one communication piece or touch and it's made a huge impact I mean I think you've done it with your employees. No I have we did one. We were were launching our big hairy audacious goal and we had Kevin from the office do a cameo that was cool so you had actually did something to with Marcus the modus yeah from the prophet and that was really cool as well how much to cost you say that he hundred bucks was only the I think Snoop Dogg does it for a couple hundred bucks and he'll smoke a blunt while he does a personalized video and you did that right you sensitive. I've done a dog video. And how about how. How do you guys at next Steve 'cause you guys are launching new products all the time? How do you guys approach.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"You know, the, the. Very simple or complex marketing flows and systems. It all boils down to three things the job of your marketing is to lead your ideal client to answer. Yes to three questions in order. And if you're if you're gonna drive declined to answer yes, then yes, then yes, you've got an client period, and it doesn't matter if they're total stranger at the beginning, they'll be happy to pay you at the end. And what other three questions three questions for this first question when they come across your your, your message. However, it is whether the hair you on a podcast whether you speak at a conference, whether you're running a Facebook ad Lincoln post, whatever might be every tactic could work in every tactic had fail. So we understand when a works wise at work, when it fails wise fail when it works because you're following this, this process, you're working together with the Brian, the immovable psychology of your ideal client, and that means the first question is should I pay? Attention is an interesting. Right. First question you've come across an ad you. Come across our brand is asking should I pay attention as it? Interesting if your brain concludes. Yes, interesting and instantly, you have question number two. Okay. You got me interested. But who are you can I trust you, are you for real right? Are you? You actually care about me to do stuff for trying to sell me, something so second job of your marketing funnel. Second job of your marketing system is the lead your ideal clients include. Yes, I can trust. You, you, you, you, you know, your stuff that's clear, and you actually seem to care instantly. They have a third question which is okay? You got me interested Ceac can trust. You is what you recommend right for me. Is what you recommend right for me in. That's the final job of your marketing announced selling system. And it doesn't matter if it's one too many like a sales letter or webinar, or one to one is in a sales conversation. The last question is, is what you recommend right for me, and you need to pack. Wjr present your expertise in a way and lead the sales conversation we call the elegant sales conversation in a way that leaves them to feel that yes what you recommend is right for me. So that's the framework, first of all, and anything that anybody's doing when it comes to marketing, or selling their expertise is going to fit into one of those buckets, and the problem is that if you're good at what you do and you care, you just not a natural marker salesperson you wake up in the morning, there's a, a line around the block of tactical methods. Experts everyone's saying gotta do this gotta do that. Did that. And you're totally overwhelmed. And, and we tend to ask the wrong question, we tend to ask, what's working or what should I do? And the answer is completely overwhelm us. Right. Because everybody's got different answer, and they all could work in the all could fail. So what happens is, you know, we, we start start doing something we start, you know, we make some progress and we hit a wall, and then we hit the wall and you start to wonder he fall. I call it the. The clutches of the three doubts. You know, the first is doing the right thing, 'cause you're not sure, and you don't know who to turn to am I doing it. Right. Number two number three's. Why isn't a working for me? We'll ever worked for me. And then when you hit the wall, and you fall into the clutches of the three doubts. We balance off, like the room of that convinced the wall and bounces off in another direction. And what's the direction we figure I must not know enough. I must not know enough. So we go off looking for another book, in other course another training programs on. And then we end up like you know, going around the room, so to speak, but never breaking through the wall never getting out of the outset. Number one is you do know enough just Nissen this, my view. I use that that almost everybody in that situation. You know enough you've got understand that what you're missing is a deep understanding of the things you already know, the mastery, you've got to understand the thinking at a deeper level, for example. Everybody knows the marketing funnel. But if you ask the most people, what's the purpose of marketing funnel? What do they say they say, well, it's the flavor pipeline. It's the close deals just to get sales. Okay. Now what do I do? Well, and that's where we end up going all around. But once you understand what we just explained. We understand that role. No. The real purpose of marketing funnel is to help your ideal client answer. Yes. And then yes, then, yes. Now I know what to do. All need to do is find one thing that, that leads that helps me get my friendly decline. So they have a chance to answer. Yes. To the first question. Yes. Interesting. And then, yes, I can trust you. And then yes what you recommend is right for me at any given point we can see where we're breaking down. Where's my process, breaking down, and I could rather quickly figure out. Okay, what do I need? How do I fix this piece? And instead of being overwhelmed. It gives us focus. So this is just a taste of how I purchase in how I think about it. And this is what I've been doing is really kind of helping people build a simple, repeatable marketing and selling system where you can, you know, identify ideal clients. I covered a lot. Now, I've probably talking too much. But both figures Steve knows how to interrupt when he wants to so, yeah, I, I can't. And I would have if it wasn't so damn interesting because I know reality as what you're describing here is. He if in of course, if we're talking about reinventing mastery as it relates to business and coaching and consulting and filling, you know, getting clients and gives the lions Sicily seamlessly and profitably and predictably. Then this is completely on point, because I don't you know, if the top of my head, you know, I'm trying to think, like even if I can answer those questions in so far as does our, you know, our marketing do that as you've described it in effective way. And I'm not even sure that we're doing as good a job as we possibly can so. Correct me if I'm wrong here. But this is this is both for the online world as well as it would be for any sort of in person type conversation or getting your foot in the door or opening up a negotiation, etc. How or I don't wanna put words in your mouth here. So ease this, in fact, the same sort of process, you would go through if you're meeting someone in person how, how do the to relate. And what are the differences? Well, the only difference is more of the tactical level, but the strategic foundational thinking is that the way I see this is that these of basic questions. He's our underlying structure. They're, they're like they're physically in our brains. We cannot nobody is one of the reasons sales breaks down is because I'm trying to get you to answer. Yes to question. Number three is what you recommend right for me. Sure. Steve, this is gonna be good. You know, see if you really need this. This is this is going to be perfect for you. We've all been there. What's actually going on? That leaves you to feel like okay. I want to back out of here. I don't wanna be here anymore. Right.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"Hey, everyone. This is the rental from the hacking new ship podcasts. And welcome to another thoughtful Thursday episode on this episode. I want to discuss a Lincoln post that I saw the other day that I thought was really good and asked a great question, and I was able to respond and read some of the responses of others was one of my connections. Her name is Courtney Ramsey. She's a retail expert. A keynote speaker, and she does custom training workshop creation and delivery and her post was a Mimi. And it simply said what can individual contributors do now to prepare for a role in leadership. And she said, I'm preparing to talk on developing people for their next role, and they left to hear your opinion comment below and thanks in advance. So of course, I made a comment like I mentioned read a couple of the other ones. And I thought it was a great great thoughtful Thursday kinda short episode for me to talk about. And you know, give a couple of points of things that I would suggest if you are somebody who's currently individual contributor and you do aspire for leadership. So the first thing that. I will talk about is asking for help in helping others. So this seems to be so basic, but the reality is a lot of people with career aspirations for leadership tend to now one a half people believe that they don't know how to do something or they believe that their boss shouldn't be aware of any of their faults are opportunities. So they may even subscribe to the kind of the idea of fake, it till you make it, you know, in that theory, the issue with that is that nobody likes fake people in this day and age being faked just doesn't work. So, you know, having humility being a learner being somebody who was willing to to listen talk to people in ask for help. And also help others is really a big chunk of of how you can truly prepare yourself for leadership role. Having the ability to to understand that you can bring a unique dynamic as a leader and help develop people is really important. But also knowing that you're gonna learn from your people every single day is even more important because that's actually would builds. A lot of those relationships and that trust. So that you can actually be a great leader and help support them in the things that are trying to achieve the second. They would talk about is let your directly to know that you have an interest in becoming a leader. And give them permission to hold you to a higher standard or be more proactive in giving you feedback and sharpening your leadership skills. So yes, I am absolutely saying they should treat you different. And they should if you are saying you want to be a leader, you should be more than happy to accept more responsibility to have a higher level of expectation. Please let your directly to know do not let that be a secret. And then let these opportunities pass you by step up to the plate say what you want and then act accordingly to build the skills that you need to get the job. And then the third thing is get good at influencing without authority nothing stalls and ends more new leader careers than someone who gets the Tyler position in doesn't have the trust respect or support the team. So even if you move to a new team your legacy of how you treated people. The relationships you built or bridges that you Pearn will absolutely follow you in this day and age, we talk about things like social leadership, and you know, people being more confident and comfortable in sharing feedback people being a lot more comfortable in sharing their opinions and things like that. You know, the reality is that, you know, you've got to really just spend the time building those relationships building the trust building the foundational elements of getting people to want to follow you versus half the following to have to follow you. And so that when you get the job or the title, you know, the really the only thing that changes your accountability to their development or the accountability of the expectations of the job. So in short relationships relationships relationships, you know, leadership is the people business, and if you don't love people and helping them achieve goals than leadership is probably not for you. So once again, thank you so much the Courtney Ramsey and a great post on Lincoln. Thank you all for listening to this episode and please follow us on. Instagram at hack, your leadership and show your favorite episode with somebody who may find value in it have a great day. And I'll talk to you all next time.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"This down. And you do the Lincoln post. What do you do next? I work out a do p ninety x at home. It's been doing it for five years. I wish Tony Horton would come out with peony x four because I'm getting a little tired ninety three. But I do X shower drive. My youngest daughter to school and then start the day. So you you you do this every day this week or seventies? No, I do. I do five days a week sleep in a little bit on Saturday and Sunday. But I typically, you know, I listen, my hobby is work. I just I I love to work a love to listen learn about business, and if I in few see me walking around I've got. Earbud and I'm not being rude. I'm trying to learn more about business that I'm trying my best to turn around and apply it to your business. I mean, that's just that's my hobby. And so my weekends. Look a little bit different. I just shifted back a little bit. And of course, try to maximize family times much of the can right. No. You you. I understand that you use the John Lee Dumas journalists is that correct? Am I right? I do know. I do. Yeah. I you know, one thing about that journal. I have two things I have a notebook every day. I write down in my notebook and start in the back of the notebook. I write down five goals, and I do that every single day and start from the back and and then and then I work in h workday. Create a new page in. So that's meeting in the middle. So where I'm working, and where say wanna go just sort of it's conceptually that there that's meeting in the middle. And so that's that's one thing that I write down. But then the John Lee Dumas is I go take his journal. And I write it down one of the things that I love about that journal. Is it starts with? What are you grateful for? And then I would tell you what I didn't. I didn't think about what I was grateful for for a long time. I just didn't. I just started. I started working. It's great exercise. It's a great thing to do. And then the plan out your day organizing that take a picture of that that page I reference that reference that picture on my phone several times throughout the day. So since I don't have to carry but love that. Because it gives me gives me focus and it's one hundred day goal setting. You know, sort of journaling tool, and I find it grateful. I find that great. I've I've probably I'm probably on my fourth or fifth one. I would say really so you use. Okay. So that that's one thing that that's one book that you've purchased. It's John Lee Dumas journal. We've had John John Lee Dumas on the our podcast, and he's had me on his. Podcast so fans of John Lee Dumas now can you as we wrap up today show? I want to respect your time. What are two or three books that you'd recommend for all of our listeners out? There are leaders our listeners out there are big readers, and they love devour books about it. Okay. Favorite? Book of all is the power of habit with. Power have habit. It is a fabulous book. If if if you are if you want a chief more if you've got a vision that you want to you just you just want to do things and see things different for your life..

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"So let's do that together. What if the clearly knows what to do? And they choose not to do it. I think he started looking for a new employee. I mean, it's if they're just choosing not to participate in growth or innovation or they're just participating not do. I mean, I you you I would have a congress conversation with an employee and and try to understand what's going on. But you know. Not that's going to be a short road. That right there. We should let that sit in for a second. Let that simmer. You're saying if somebody refuses to do their job, and they clearly know what to do. That's a short road were moving on. Okay. That I wanna make sure we're getting that out there. Now, you got a lot going on successful consulting business. Have a podcast that you keep updated your attentional guide to ask you what did the first four hours of your typical day? Look like, what time do you typically wake up? Klay. I wake up at four thirty got it. And and I. Drink a little coffee work typically do a linked in post virtually everyday why? And I write about growth and innovation qualities around. What do you do that every day? Like, why do you do a Lincoln post everyday? Well, I wanna have a continue consistent, drip and a consistent message. That is not that that that I wanna I wanna I wanna somehow whether someone's if they never become a client. I want them to feel like, hey, I need to need to go and follow. What carries saying because I can learn something day consume so much content through podcast and audiobooks that you know, I think I would be doing an injustice if I didn't turn around and try to. Try to you know, do the pay it back or pay forward rather? Right. And so the way I do that is just in Lincoln post, and I've had people just started it to to to just have that constant drip. And I've had great feedback. People say, hey, you need to love your your. They're short. They're concise to the point. And that's always a takeaway, you need to create a CEO coffee table book said we'll perfect I'll do that. And so maybe that's a twenty twenty initiative. So you get up at.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Waiting for all week. This is your show. You get to ask me any question. You have. Of a financial nature and whatever question you have no questions dumb one except the one that you do not ask. So pick up the phone now, we have a lot to talk about I'm going to give you three big tax moves that you can make this year. A mall so going to take your calls at eight hundred three to one zero seven ten. And there are various things that happened in the world of finance this week. And I don't know if we can get this clip, but hedge fund titan Ray Dallaglio said that capitalism needs to be reformed on CNBC. This is from the Ducasse Linden PR firms weekly Email on the CNBC on CNBC with the flag of capitalism flies high morning program. Co host Joe Kernan them would Joe before love them took issue with daily approach to fixing the problem in Lincoln post last week Dallaglio who've you don't know Ray dally, oh, he's like the soup Deger of billionaire. Hedge fund managers wrote a book called principles said. Capitalism is evolving in such a way that's not working for the majority of Americans. He contends that it's creating widening income wealth opportunity gaps that pose existential threats Joe Kernan took issue with values approach to fixing the problem. You're fixes are not to capitalism. Your fixes are things like tack tax policy were improving education. What do you think about Ray dally? The hedge fund titans comments this week on CNBC and their various stories of the week. David swinson is considered the Roger Federer of investing hin Vaz for Yale more than eighty five percent of Yale's assets are invested in alternatives. That can't or shouldn't be replaced by index funds the active versus passive debate debate is irrelevant when so much of your investment activity occurs. A completely different investible universe that from institutional investor magazine on if you've heard of David Swanson, but he is the pioneer of the actually him and Marcus go who we've had on sort of the how would you say the endowment style of investing trying to invest conservatively, and it's a little different than the normal. Stick of the forty sixty or the sixty forty portfolio now. Many companies according to the New York Times are exploring how big companies and investors are now hedging themselves against a climate. That may get worse. Here's the question. Are you? When the best time to get your roof fixed. My friends is before a hurricane not during one it too. Many people want to change things when things are bad. And then when things are good they don't want to tweak or they don't want to consider more conservative things. So call us at eight eight nine eight Josh for the fix my roof now conversation, if you're concerned about the risk you're taking in your portfolio..

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"lincoln post" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The podcast you make your first three episodes. You make your first five episodes you release them. And if you don't know anybody if you don't have too many friends, if you don't have a massive social network, you can't get your content out there. Nobody wants to pay attention to it. You know, you tweet about it. You posted on Lincoln post on Facebook. Maybe you make an Instagram account and you get nowhere. And and you just say to yourself. This is frustrating. Like, I've got something to say I want people to hear it. And so you pay money, and you, you know, you're just like, well, I don't know what this promoters going to do. Maybe they'll do something magical, and then they do something magical. And you don't think about it beneath the surface like what could they actually be doing to get like if I if I like, I made this thing I can't get people to listen to it. You don't dig deeper, but you have to you have to imagine like some of these people who who do use the podcast Moore. There have to know that there are something malfeasance and going on you didn't really go into this on the show. But is there some cognitive dissonance that allows people to do this or do they just have like a some sense of morality that lets them justify what's the psychology for somebody that buys, quote, unquote, podcast promotion. Yeah. I bet there's a bunch of different things that go on in their head number one. If you see it on fiber is probably legit. So let's give it a shot. Even though it probably doesn't sound right in your head. Like, I don't know how this person is doing this. But it's like like, I said, it's you know, you would. You'd buy above board services on five or so if it got there, it's probably, you know, people are doing it. So that's one thing is just like, it just seems normal. The other thing is it's curiosity could this possibly be true? Like, I'll throw in five bucks and see if this actually works. And then when it does you're like, okay. Keep this between us. Let's keep this going. Okay. I won't ask questions. You don't ask questions as this keeps us going? Right. So, you know, there's some of that which you know, it's one of those slippery slopes that once you try a little, and it's like really nice, you're like, okay. That wasn't so bad. I'll try a little more and a little bit more. Another person told me that they hired someone to help them promote. And they were doing a good job. They were running the Twitter. They were doing all these ads on Facebook. And all this above board stuff, and they also got into this. And so this was something that, you know, the podcast hosts didn't know that the person they hired to promote them actually was doing this and they were completely oblivious to this tactic. So the you know that was another. Thing. And then maybe there are some people have just with with poor morals altogether. That know that this is a possibly get you banned from apple podcasts, but still go for it anyways. And that's that's the tricky part about blackout marketing is that the kind of by by definition, it's against the terms of service of whatever you're trying to get popular end..

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"lincoln post" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I just need a little, Gary v brand consulting. So let me set the table for here. We have about two million YouTube subscribers. Decent little wave, big Reddit support audience. And then on top of that, we have to such an incredible part of our culture. It's a, it's a great part of the internet grateful. We're very fortunate to have any of that because to be real with you, Gary, we have no idea what the fuck redoing around here. Yes, I understand. So if we handed you the rains much bigger, what's the top line game plan for how ones? So what I do well, reverse engineer. Okay. I start at what we need to have happen, and I go backwards until I get there like plink. Oh, you know, the puck and plan coast Dubai. That's how I think. So go ahead side, say this obsessed with the show and kind of started as a goof, and then we see at snowball you just become obsessed with the growth. That's right. And then I think also would drives me as sort of this chip on my shoulder thing. I see other things that are bigger and more popular, some almost motivator because like everybody thinks their kid is cute, but a bunch of ugly, probably at some level own a house, put it on the market, overprice it because I'm obsessed with love with growth right now. Right. Is there an audio version of the show? No, it's just the straight. I'm so fucking pissed right now, like this needs to be a podcast. You really need to transcribe this entire thing right. Dom get busy. I'm sure you're not writing a blog post or medium article or Lincoln post or something on read it. That is a recap, six paragraphs of this interview either, right? We upload leave, right? But it's about creating the other forms of media podcast yesterday podcast. Yesterday on the popularity this you're gonna be a top three hundred podcast in two seconds that's going to create a viral. Then people are gonna watch the video. You got to be every four hundred percent. Another thing you need to do this live at cultural events were there got fuck everything else to got it over your taking notes? Yes..

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"lincoln post" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"I get up into helena and i can act with the family and i made a big deal out of we've gotta stop and fill up the truck because they they met me at the airport my motherinlaw has this old truck so we're all piled into that and having a nice driving we gotta stop and get gas i mean it's going to be we get out to lincoln which is linked lincoln's an old logging town halfway between helena and missoula it's it's year round populations like eight hundred people okay like i was kinda shocked it had a gas station the only thing lincoln montana is famous for besides lumber is the lincoln post office is where ted kaczynski the unabomber sent his packages from oh nice it's that kind of deep so all we gotta stop gotta get gas we gotta guess my motherinlaw says no we don't we're fine fine it's okay it's okay it's it's a couple of cents more a gallon it's okay and i realized when i got to lincoln montana an hour and a half from anything resembling a town like anything i grew up in as far out in the country as we think of like china peak felt like it felt like i was at the northern most edge of the universe and gas was two dollars a gallon less than what it is here in california i love the community of shaver lake man drive up there and look at the gas prices up there look at them in relation to what's going on here in the valley it's just a few cents more gallon it's five bucks a gallon lincoln like it was like two dollars and thirty cents i was thinking about pouring gas into my suitcase and bringing it home it's been this way and it's not getting through to young people because it's the boiling frog problem if you increase the temperature slowly gradually the.

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"lincoln post" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln post" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And you know exactly what to do and how to do it you are connecting like a mad woman like the houses on fire like if you don't have something ready to go in two months you're gonna starve now that's not going to happen but that's the intensity and if you go that intense you just won't believe what will happen but people are intimidated they're afraid to ask somebody to help him can i tell you i'm going on right now i'm going on a rant because this is so true i'm gonna free some of you today i'm gonna free your soul you ready here goes the issue that most people have with the advice i just gave because you get it did you hear vanessa she got she's a call yeah i've hired before i know there's exactly what i do and i'm not picking over nessa this is all of us so i'm just gonna call this out the issues your frayed to ask somebody to help you you're frayed ask somebody to connect you and then you're afraid what am i going to do go meet somebody that i actually don't know but we have a mutual friend we're fine with facebook we're fine with linked in why because we're sitting behind the safety of a screen and keyboard oh we'll come in on our friends facebook post we'll like lincoln post or something but when it comes time to go to a friend and say hey do you know somebody over at company x and they say yes matter of fact i do.

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