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Abbott Ends Texas Mask Mandate, Says Businesses Can Fully Reopen

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Abbott Ends Texas Mask Mandate, Says Businesses Can Fully Reopen

"Covered restrictions are being lifted in Texas governor Abbott says. As of next Wednesday, all businesses can open at 100% capacity also I am ending the statewide mask mandate. The governor made clear that Texas is in a much different position now than it was nearly a year ago when restrictions started, Texans have mastered The daily habits to avoid getting covered. Governor. Abbott also credits the decision to reopen the state to a continued supply of vaccine and downward trends related The cove in cases and hospitalizations. Clayton Nevil, WB AP

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21 Republican governors attack Biden's COVID-19 stimulus bill for 'penalizing' their states

C-SPAN Programming

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

21 Republican governors attack Biden's COVID-19 stimulus bill for 'penalizing' their states

"Taking aim at one component of the covert 19 relief bill, arguing that a proposed allocation of money does punish those states that did not full Lockdown businesses during the height of the pandemic. The governor's led by South Carolina's Republican governor, Henrique Master issue a statement that criticizes what they call a biased formula used to decide how much money in direct aid each state receives. The Democrat who joined that list is Kansas governor Laura Kelly. The American rescue plan does propose $350 billion in direct a two state and city governments money that would be used to replenish those tax revenue collections that decline during the pandemic. Now he Here's the issue. Most of the funding for each state would be based on its unemployment figures, not overall population, so states were the most citizens were out of work last year would receive a greater share of money. Meanwhile, on the Senate floor Republican leader

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Texas to lift statewide mask mandate

Mark Levin

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Texas to lift statewide mask mandate

"Having a Greg Abbott says state mandates regarding covert 19 are no longer needed in Texas, according to the governor. Circumstances are much different now than they were when restrictions began nearly a year ago, most Texans had no clue about the precautions needed to avoid covet. Now. Texans have mastered the daily habits to avoid getting covet. The governor has lifted the state's mask mandate and says all businesses can open a full capacity as of next

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The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

Sidewalk Ghosts

05:57 min | 1 d ago

The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

"It's gonna be me. I got teased a lot I got beat up a lot. They didn't understand and this was like through elementary and even middle school. And so you know my extra on air started to be created to protect myself. Which was i'm good. I'm strong i'm capable. I can do anything out. And i went deep into the mental toughness side of things. Because i look different. I was different. I didn't quite understand the power of my story. I didn't quite understand all the gifts that was given as a result of it in those early years right. I think when you're a kid what you wanna do is just it and you just wanna have connection and friends and and you don't necessarily have the maturity emotional resilience your ability to kind of navigate through that external narratives protected me. I've played back his opening statement. More times than i can count rationalized. The feeling of is being bullied as a youth. A result of his physical appearance after having his arm torn off of the shoulder when as a child he was run over by a truck a tragedy that he refers to as a gift and one that to this day has left its imprint on the person he has grown to be yet as a badge of entitlement he wears it not but rather carries it as a catalyst to better understanding the trials of others. He speaks of an adult chapter as he set stage for a much larger consideration. What started was i started to chase the what. What house what car. What amount of money. But i was young. And i wanted to take over the world and so i you know it was one of those things and when i say take over the world of the corporate world having no idea what that meant and had to really establish for lack of a better term a cadence of connection that was also empty. And i had this crusty exterior where i had to prove to myself more than even prove to other people how smart i was how capable. I was how i can do these things you know. I had all these goals. That i set for myself to chase the what they all surrounded by the age of thirty and crushed all of them by like twenty six or twenty seven. And i never really reevaluated. Successful in the world's eyes he was a man motivated by chasing the what's as he quested for intellectual honors. He was young driven to receive accolades confirmed his capabilities even to the point of in his words crushing it yet as he looks back in his words once again at his crusty self he shifts perspectives and revealing yet. Another set of life's lessons. I have a very rare and extreme case of growth hormone deficiency. It took years to find. Multiple specialists also perfectly healthy and nothing wrong with being to the point that i almost gave up and my wife finally one last push we went and did it. It took six months testifying that we finally found it needle in a haystack. But the two things that compromised where i had brain fog literal cognitive dysfunction and fatigue at a level that i had never experienced in my life. This kind of rocked me from an identity standpoint. What started to happen. Was i started to feel in a way that i'd never felt before my wife had said to me for the prior ten years before that like that. I didn't feel anything. I didn't have empathy that. You know it was what it was that i just. I kind of navigate. And i was like no no no no i feel everything i just i feel like what are you talking about. You don't know what my body. Of course i'd be all and like respond with defensiveness and like all of those things. Well i'm playing with my daughter. One day and i mean she was probably two at the time around laugh. And we're having all this fun. We laid on the couch to turn the show on and just relax. She leans over puts her arm around. My neck gives me a kiss on the cheek. And says daddy i love you and i started like out of nowhere just broke down in tears. Now men who cry i view as a sign of strength. I've just never manifested my emotions that way so it caught me off guard because i was like what is happening right now and i was happy so i was like. Why are these tears happening. When i'm so happy and it made me start to question if i'm experiencing joy in this capacity right now and i've never felt it to level before what am i missing on the other side pain. Fear despair anger guilt right. And so i started to really unpack emotions and i started to realize how much i was actively suppressing but i was passed it was passive in my mind. I never knew. I was actively suppressing and so that whole period of my life around human connection i had mastered it from a tactical standpoint. Not from like a true connection standpoint. Because i didn't have the spectrum of emotion myself. I didn't and defense which meant i didn't connect and so i used to believe that it was mental toughness alone. Now it's not what. I i genuinely believe those that unlock and go to the next level in this world in this universe are those that understand. Intellectual narratives those that understand emotional narratives those that can connect the mind and the body and those that can regulate between which narratives true or if neither are true given certain scenario so that we can then move forward so really one of the things that i believe most is the ones that unlock are the ones that not just think not just the ones that feel but the ones that think about their thinking that think about their feeling that field thinking and feel their feelings and it's that box that allows us to become whole as human beings and that's where we start get back to the human connection because we have to feel and connect for us to be free right and this is name and as a navigator of this human experience that we all living in sharing and in his signature style. He warmly extends his arms to give each one of us. Some most tangible council the world literally tells us to reduce eliminate or avoid pain. And i'm telling you that the world is right. That was a natural part of our evolutionary responses to protect ourselves back when. But that's not what needs to happen today. We need start by understanding. What's the difference between pain and suffering pain is literally defined a short term intermittent and a direct cause from something and alleviated once direct caused removed. And then what we do as human beings as we screw everything up by putting adjectives and other clarifying words in front of it like acute and chronic so cute. Kate maintains a definition chronic implies that the definition changes because it means that it's not short-term in persists after that direct causes removed. Let's stop calling chronic pain and let's call it what it really is which is suffering.

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How to Master LinkedIn from a LinkedIn Guru: Moritz Lang

Marketing Spark

03:37 min | 1 d ago

How to Master LinkedIn from a LinkedIn Guru: Moritz Lang

"So. I'm gonna ask you a difficult question. And it surrounds the lincoln algorithm which is a mystery to me. It's a complete mystery. I have no idea how it works. Why some post resonate in some fall flat. Why people who rate one line posts get tremendous engagement and other posts. Don't get any at all. What do you know about the album. What kind of secrets can you tell us. Because linked in to be honest doesn't say much at all. It's almost like they've got the secret and they really don't wanna tell anyone because for whatever reason you have any thoughts on what makes the algorithm work what makes content resonate. I always from the start. I actually thought about what kind of tried to think logically from the lincoln algorithm. So what would make sense for the algorithm to to to show so basically starting from the high goal of lincoln wanting you to spend as much time on the platform as possible right because that's one of the main ways that they make money so the wants to show every user basically content that interests them and they will keep their attention on the platform so by providing this kind of content you will automatically be shown a lot and then it's about figuring out what kind of content that people that you're speaking to or that you want to speak to will capture their attention so i think one of the most important things and that's that's not really a secret but like the you know when you have the first few lines of your of your post. These are like the most important words can right. Because you want to draw people in and then also make people spend time on your post like Since half year or something that the dwell time is has has become much more important. So i really try to also have like you know like a story to tell and be interesting but i you have to capture people's attention and of course that works also really good if you're providing consistent content so if you know okay mortars posting and previous posts and there were quite interesting. My my first lines can don't need so much power to convince anymore because he will automatically think that read my post so like being consistent i thing helps and also building relationships so if you like if people know and like you. They're much more likely to retire. Post and if they if they don't like you so i think these are like little things to keep in mind of course. There's a ton of things that you should keep in mind. The post more readable for solo using lot of white space without hitting enter a lot so easy to reach and not like huge text blogs using some emojis may be to make it more appealing asking questions so that people also start to read comments which also counts as the twelve time i suppose at least and all this other people something to read So there's a lot of little things that that you can do. Of course. I always start to think from the main. The main reasoning of what does lincoln wants. What do they want to promote. And how can i sort of provide that in a way not only to be linked but also to help me and also the people that want to talk to because i mean tests to be interesting for them so it's a win win

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Mike Shinoda on Beats, Rhymes and Linkin Park

Broken Record

06:41 min | 1 d ago

Mike Shinoda on Beats, Rhymes and Linkin Park

"Tell me about what you're doing on twitch weird man. It's great i love it. When quarantine for star started everyday was the same day. I was in pajamas half the time. It was just like walking around. in sweats. like wasn't depressed but it was just like everything is the same so when i started streaming effectively because it created like structure so i stream i started then and i still do stream five days a week. A stream weekdays ten to noon or one ish and that was a nice like it was a nice way to be like. Oh i've got like you know. I've got my weekdays now i'm not streaming today. I know it's saturday. It's just a stupid thing. And i got to us. Really dig in with this space and get creative and get weird which is part of the most fun part of it is doing stuff you go. I didn't even know that was a weird idea. That was fun to do and all last year is getting. I was getting faster. And faster and faster in terms of making a track. And then i realized that the end of last year like how do i do. Now that i've done this for a while and starting to get a little bit burnt. It like i wanted to do something different with it and i decided early on my wouldn't do vocals because i think that would burn me out so it's just making instrumentals and then i realized i could since i live on twitch and there's anywhere between i don't know like a thousand and i think we peaked at like almost thirty thousand people watching at one time i wanted to do something to like. Enhance the channel and give back to the people that have been watching so i started taking fans submissions of vocalists and songs. 'cause i just realized looking instagram and looking at tiktok like there's so many good artists out there who have no following. They've got like you know. Six hundred people following them and they're actually very good and so. I just started taking submissions from those people. That i let i called. I mean you'll get this joke right away. I started calling the shots the a an army. So it's like it's like nine hundred people whose job it is to go find me the best stuff and they do they go they go and find the good stuff and they bring it to me. And they're like the more they say the more they shout like. Look at this one. Look at this one. I know it's pretty good so cool. Yeah and so. I've been i do two to three starting like a couple of weeks ago. I've been able to do two to three brand new songs all in a morning. Probably like a stream. And a half. I get a song done from scratch till i finished and i sent him. Something effectively like mixed and mastered so incredible that they can release so fun man. It's really really fun. And the fans. I mean you can imagine how excited they are right and some of the cases what i what. I haven't talked to the fans on the channel about actually on telling you about. This is that i will reach out to somebody and say. Hey that thing you posted on tiktok or instagram was really cool. Would you want me to produce it. And i say that. Because they've used the hashtag they've used shinoda produce me as the hashtag so they've they've raised their hand and said i want my to produce me. I hit them on the. Dmz say you want me to produce and they always say yes and then half the time they say. I haven't finished the song though. Like the thing i posted is verse and a chorus and i don't have a second verse. I don't have a bridge or any you know middle aged or whatever anything else and so. It's like okay. Well like take your time. Don't rush. Because i want you to be. I want you to submit something you love because like the whole ideas for you to get to more people than you've already got to so give me something great and when it's ready than send it to me and i and generally if it's if it's somebody in that scenario i find that they'll get back to me within like three or four days. And what are they usually get back to you with a more expanded same demo but with all the parts. Yeah it's usually like a we. Transfer link or something like that with multi tracked vocals and i always tell them like. I'll tell them like speed it up like to this bpm or whatever or i'll tell the make shirts and you're like very best range. It sounded low to me but up to you. And then i can and they can go crazy on the on the the Overdoses and harmonies and background book. Whatever else they wanna do they do but they do that. Before the trackers before there's a track is that correct. Yeah before there's a there's a trap so what you get is basically finished vocal stems for a song. Yeah i menu start from scratch. You take it as an acapella. Yeah and you build music to support whatever that is. Yeah do you remember when we were doing. A thousand suns together. Yup that at the end of that record before the first single the catalyst was the single on that record before the single came out so no fan had heard the song we released pieces of stems to that song and we told them take these pieces. Make a song out of them. We didn't give them enough to know what the song even was. We just take pieces and make a song out of it. And whoever's thing is the coolest to us we're gonna put you on our record on the album itself and we ended up putting them on. I think it was when When they come from me was the song we put them on but we chose it based on who is like as i recall beginning some of this wrong but as i recall it was like we gave them pieces to remix but they'd never heard the song they were remixing so i called it like the pre mix like they just they had to just assume the song and that's how i feel like there's something to that something about that the release this where it's like. I don't know what you're thinking. Your song is. But here's what i hear just based on that vocal on a grid socal. It's fun man. Superfund that thousand sons is is my favorite of the things we worked on together. That's my favorite. Just because i feel like it really is it. Felt like the beginning of something new and something new and really good. We didn't like the the the record before it minutes to midnight was the whole effort. The whole when are we first met. You asked the band. What are you guys envision doing with this album like y y are we talking like what do you wanna do and we all said like we want to. We wanted to redefine the identity. The banning the whole point was to make something that didn't sound like the stuff that people that are here because albums went in two so similar. And you're like great. That's exactly how i feel. And he's you said. I don't know if i would want to work with the band if you didn't feel that way so it's great. We're all on the same page and we just kind of hit it off from there

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Riot Games VALORANT / MSI Plans Show an Esports World Leaving LAN-Hibernation

Esports Minute

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Riot Games VALORANT / MSI Plans Show an Esports World Leaving LAN-Hibernation

"In Eastport during a pandemic is difficult thing to do Valor has done a pretty good job getting up and running without business as usual to rely on but today where I walk ins and outs of these Sports first land over a year since the game came out in beta in late May for VCT stage two masters. The top teams will be traveling directly vik Iceland to compete with that's still a long ways away, but it's really cool that we can actually have lands booked into the schedule again, even if fans still won't be able to attend this event the only major land to go down during the pandemic was Riot games pulling off League of Legends World in a bubble like environment at the height of the outbreak as cases shoot back down to earth and more people are vaccinated events are slowly going to pick back up cautiously optimistic is how I said, At this rate, it seems like fans will be in stands by early summer at least At A reduced capacity for I'd games they put all their chips in on Iceland this year. In addition to the stage two masters Iceland be the host of MSI running from early May up until a few days before VCT. I mean if you're going to hold multiple events in one country during a pandemic Iceland probably makes a pretty good choice. The back-to-back of MSI and then the stage two masters is kind of reminiscent of the old Festival like feeling of ESL and dreamhack events and honestly should be a ton of fun. It's a Fortune, of course, the fans won't be able to attend and receive that long but for the players will have a great time for people who aren't totally up-to-date on Valor and Esports. I'm getting a little ahead of myself here considering the first stage one Masters event still hasn't even happened that event is taking up in mid-march and it's also really noteworthy as it's going to show the first time since first strike that the overall appetite for top Valerie T sports events. I'm really curious what the viewership is going to be like on that one because it'll really highlight the fan favorite teams and how much will foothold Valerie has been able to take on and its first year certainly isn't make or break. It's the very first year of the Eastport but comparing that viewership to see us go off OverWatch and Call of Duty viewership benchmarks should make for an interesting thought experiment once it happens.

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New economic plan seeks input, investment from Washington DC's Ward 8 residents in the future of their neighborhoods

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

New economic plan seeks input, investment from Washington DC's Ward 8 residents in the future of their neighborhoods

"Are being asked to sign on to help chart the future of their community. The Ward eight Community Economic development planning process has launched with the goal of getting residents to come together and help create a comprehensive economic development plan for the area. The solutions are in the community come up with the solutions that we need to have. Organization facilitator, Mustafa Abdel Salam says He believes these kind of local models are vital to really show there is capacity at the community level to do this that we don't need to wait for people outside the community. Says to create. The plan will include mapping the area social, cultural and economic assets and taking note of the challenges, then set goals and build a master plan to reach those goals. Right now they're looking for members of Ward eight to get involved in the process. Michelle Morello w T

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Physicist Daniel Whiteson Explains: What Is a Neutrino?

Sean Hannity

04:39 min | 5 d ago

Physicist Daniel Whiteson Explains: What Is a Neutrino?

"In the universe. That's there. There's a lot of them out there, but it just doesn't feel the same forces. It doesn't speak the same language that you and I and all the particles that make us speak or use right. That's right. Yeah, it's like, you know, it's like it's a It's death for something I can walk through the loudest bar. You know, with thump, thump, thump music right and not even hear anything. Don't even notice. It's there, right? It's not purposely ignoring you. It just does not hear it interesting. I was thinking a good analogy could also be you know how in the Internet today people communicate using Facebook or Twitter, or instagram or email. These are all different ways that people interact with each other on the Internet. But what if there was somebody who said you know what? I'm not going to use Twitter or Instagram or Facebook? I'm just gonna Respond to people if they write me a handwritten letter. That's right. Yeah, those people are social media knew. Trina. Yes. Yeah, that's kind of what it is. It's like everybody else is talking to each other in one way. But this one particle just says You know what? I'm gonna ignore those different ways to interact. I'm just gonna do my thing. Yeah. And given the toxicity of social media, that probably means the neutrino is the happiest particle And, Yeah, you know, maybe that's the key way should all learn from the treatise. Yeah, eh, So let's remind people, though, what the forces are so there's the strong nuclear force that ties the nucleus together. There's electromagnetism that's responsible for electricity and magnetism and light and all that kind of stuff. And then there's the weak nuclear force as the weakest of of these forces, And then there's gravity. Everything with mass feels gravity right. But in the case of particles, we don't really think about gravity very much because particles have hardly any mass at all. And so gravity doesn't really affect them to really those other three. So the corks the courts, they feel the strong nuclear force and electromagnetism and the weak force. Okay, so they feel everything electrons. They feel electromagnetism, and they feel the weak nuclear force. Neutrinos on Lee feel the weak nuclear force, which is called the weak nuclear force, because it's super duper week, not because it takes a week to act or something like that. So it doesn't just ignore some of the forces that everybody else fields but it only it like they wanted chose to interact with the rest of the universe. Is like the week is one. It's like the most inconsequential one, right? Exactly. It's like, you know, if you could only interact with somebody by sending him a letter to the South Pole, and the letters only go every six months or something. Right? And you know if the neutrino didn't feel any forces at all, then we would have no way to even know it existed. Oh, there could be a whole set of particles that Speak, even maybe a told different set of forces. Yeah, like people think about dark matter, right? Dark matter. We don't know if it feels any of these forces and that's what makes it so difficult to look for and to understand dark matter as far as we know, only speaks gravity, which is why you can only study it when there's like a galaxy sized blob of it. Neutrinos. You feel one of these forces, which is why we can talk about them and study them. Well, let's talk about some of these properties that I was reading about the neutrino. I read that it has a mass that maybe one lesson one million of the mass of the electron. That's right. Neutrinos are super duper duper low mass. And we don't understand why at all, you know, we look at the mass of these particles, the electron, the courts, the other ones. We have no idea why these particles of different masses. We did a whole episode on how they get their masses, which is by interacting with the Higgs Bos on some of them interact a lot where the Higgs goes on, and so they get a lot of mass, and some of them don't interact hardly at all. So they get almost no mass. We don't know why. Like why does this one interact with the Higgs a lot in this one. Almost None of it was like a bunch of parameters in the control panel. The universe and we don't know if there's a pattern to it or if they just set randomly the beginning of the universe. We have no clue, but it seems like an important hint. The neutrinos are so close to zero mass, but not actually zero. Yes. So they are kind of tiny, right? I mean, I know everything's appoint mask mathematically, but thieves things. I mean, they're not disappoint master there. Appointments that are really, really, really, really, really almost no Mass. That's right. But if again it doesn't affect their size, their physical size is a different thing from their mass, their masters like a quantum mechanical label, like electrical charge, right? Sound like something with more masses more stuff to it, But, yeah, you're right. Neutrinos are weird because they have almost no mass, but not zero like they're not the lightest thing in the universe. All right, photons have no mass exactly zero. They travel the speed of light neutrinos just less than the speed of light because have just more than zero mass these

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UFC Fight Night: Derrick Lewis demolishes Curtis Blaydes

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

04:54 min | 6 d ago

UFC Fight Night: Derrick Lewis demolishes Curtis Blaydes

"Let's go right into this thing. Let us discuss the heavyweight division in the ufc because it was on full display last week. It'll be on display this weekend as well and next month with the title on the line but let's focus on ufc vegas nineteen and derek lewis's incredible ferocious and absolutely vicious knockout of curtis blades. In the main event after a really strong opening round from curtis blades lewis delivers one of the nastiest knockout. You will ever see in the second round coming through with the biggest main event upset in the. Us's michael bisbee became. The ufc middleweight champion. A you have c. One ninety nine knocking out. Luke rocco network going to begin with you kind sir. Nice and easy your reaction to a massive win for derek lewis less than a week ago surprise. Surprise i guess is where i would start out. I picked curtis blades. I thought he would be able to at least take down. Derek lewis enough to win the fight and lo and behold. He didn't take him down at all. So that was probably actually the biggest surprise about the fight What wasn't surprising. That derek lewis after being down in the first round after losing that second round blades was doing really well on the feet. And then derek lewis just did what they're glues does. Big are uppercut. Is the fight so relatively shocking shocking result in the sense that derek one. I was fairly confident that blades. Who get it done. But not so not so surprising that derek lewis got another highlight reel nocco assay. We kind of got your instant reaction after the fight on saturday on the post by now you've talked about on the side but now they've had some time to let it all sink in and spoken about it on on different platforms. How big was this win. For derek lewis in the in the grand scheme of things that heavyweight. I mean anytime you win in the top five especially when the heavyweight title is only is within less than a month of your big victory. It's a big thing. I just think. Derek lewis is one of those fighters that he said it himself like the title is great but he's fighting for that paycheck. You got the bonus. You got bulbs paychecks. He's back taxes. Which is obviously still reeling from the massive blizzard. So i'm sure he's going to do great things with that. We saw what he did when the hurricane happened. Driving around saving people so For a normal fighter getting this big win on a big platform so close to not just the title fight probably another a contender fight with jazzy. No rose straight and cyril gone. They're going to be like. Oh this is great for my career. I'm looking at it from the perspective of derek. Lewis wear awesome. I got both of my paychecks and fifty thousand dollars more so yeah massive night for the black beast again. Prize fighters derek lewis through to be one of the most reliable prize fighters on the ufc roster. So yeah ten attempt forms across the board from the heavyweight contender to sort of build upon that jose. Is it time to look at derek. Lewis is not just a fun prizefighter but a serious threat to the title. It's not like he wasn't before but people always view. Derek is this you know fun. Follow on social media this hilarious guy this quote machine who can land knock on at any point of a fight as watch the sport at all outside of his fight weeks doesn't really care about titles but it seems like he's putting together now i know he's added some pieces to his team. You saw lauren. Murphy's husband joe in his corner who's excellent jujitsu coach in practitioner. His own right time to stop looking. Derek lewis as the funny guy with the with the best social media. Game outside of darren taylor. Moore is a legit threat to st bay francis and gado john jones. Whoever is in this division. I would say derek lewis has already the best twitter follow third. Darren tools jason lewis at this point. Because derek lewis is winning fighting and being funny darren till is only doing one of those things. So i i would say derek lows. Of course you have been taken seriously if he touches your jaw you have to take him seriously because you're probably not going to remember when after the referee pulls him off of you so i don't know the answer to this because we haven't seen we don't know we don't know that's like saying oh francis in who is putting together all of these this team to make him a complete fire. All of his fights are like less than two minutes long. So we just don't know for all we know. Derek lewis is the best gogo planet practitioner. It all of the ufc. We're just never going to see it because at the second touches you you die. So if you fight someone like steep bay That is obviously a master game. Planner i think that's better. That's that'll be a better gauge of derek. lewis skills. because we've seen him fight dan mccormick. Who is the definition of a complete mixed martial arts and that wasn't a great night for derek lewis. Yes he took that on like Real short notice to only a month after he got that beatdown he did win. Let's not forget volkov. Put it on their clothes until again. Derek lewis touched his jaw and killed a man on live television. So yeah i don't know. Tb all say. I know that's a cop out. But i don't think anyone knows i think everyone will agree with.

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Rarely seen Van Gogh painting exhibited ahead of auction

Larry Elder

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Rarely seen Van Gogh painting exhibited ahead of auction

"Com. Rare painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh will be put on public display for the first time ahead of an auction next month. The Parisian neighborhood painting a street scene in Montmartre. Picks a windmill named the Peppermill Seen from the street under a bright sky, Sotheby's auction says the picture painted in 18 87, has remained in the same family collection for over 100 years unseen to the public eye. The painting will be exhibited next month in Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Paris. Ahead of election scheduled for March. 25 in the French capital, Sotherby's has estimated its value

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Rarely seen Van Gogh painting exhibited ahead of auction

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

Rarely seen Van Gogh painting exhibited ahead of auction

"A red painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh who we put on public display for the first time the head of an old next month the Parisian neighborhood painting a street scene in March two picks a windmill named the Peppermill seen from the street under a bright sky Sotheby's auction says the picture painted in eighteen eighty seven has remained in the same family collection for over one hundred years on scene to the public online the paintings will be exhibited next month in Amsterdam Hong Kong and Paris ahead of an auction scheduled for March twenty five in the French capital Sothebys has estimated its value between six and ten million dollars I'm Charles the last month

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How severe are Tiger Woods' injuries?

John Landecker

00:43 sec | Last week

How severe are Tiger Woods' injuries?

"Sustained in a single vehicle rollover. Yesterday he's undergone surgery. Dr Brian Cole of Midwest Orthopedics at Rush tells W G and more about the nature of the damage what we call it accommodated or segmental tibia fractures, and that's a very difficult fracture to manage itself. That was rotted. He had a hind foot injury and maybe a mid foot injury, which even in isolation, those air profoundly difficult injuries to manage. Woods. Had back surgery in December. He was hoping to recover in time for the Masters tournament this April. His position in Los Angeles describes Tiger's chances of ever playing golf at the professional level again as highly unlikely back locally. Cook County board President Toni Preckwinkle is offering

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Tiger Woods unlikely to face charges in rollover crash, L.A. County sheriff says

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last week

Tiger Woods unlikely to face charges in rollover crash, L.A. County sheriff says

"Rollover car crash that seriously injured Tiger Woods in suburban L. A yesterday was an accident Investigators won't pursue any charges against the Gulf break. He says it happened on a downhill section of road known for crashes would shattered bones in his lower right leg and multiple locations with Maurin trees in the ankle and foot. Before the accident. He was hopeful about competing in the Masters this April after undergoing his fifth back operation. Career marked by

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Biden aims to distribute masks to millions in 'equity' push

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Biden aims to distribute masks to millions in 'equity' push

"The by didn't ministrations says it will distribute more than twenty five million masks to communities hit hard by the virus pandemic it's part of the administration's push to ensure equity in the pandemic response not all Americans are wearing masks regularly not all Americans have access and not all master equals a virus response coordinator Jeff science says free high quality cloth masks will be available at more than thirteen hundred community health centers and sixty thousand food pantries anybody who needs one can get one we are helping to level the playing field president Biden like president trump before him had considered mailing masks to all Americans but is instead opting for a more conservative effort Sager made Donnie Washington

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Woods faces hard recovery from serious injuries in car crash

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Woods faces hard recovery from serious injuries in car crash

"I'm Julie Walker in a career field with remarkable comebacks this maybe Tiger Woods toughest recovery of all a statement on woods Twitter accounts as the golfer was awake responsive then recovering after his SUV hit a sign and toppled down an embankment near LA the deputy who found him says he's lucky to be alive and police say there's no evidence he was impaired woods broke his leg in several places and injured his foot and ankle thoughts and prayers have come from everywhere Jack Nicklaus Michael Jordan Mike Tyson and former presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump woods played golf with both of them in trouble awarded him the presidential medal of freedom after his great triumph winning the masters after four back surgeries I'm Julie Walker

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Tiger Woods suffers multiple leg injuries in single-car accident in Los Angeles

News, Traffic and Weather

01:52 min | Last week

Tiger Woods suffers multiple leg injuries in single-car accident in Los Angeles

"Woods, suffering serious injuries to his legs when he rolled his car in l. A this morning, Just in a statement on his Twitter page says, is awake, responsive and recovering Well tonight he underwent a long emergency surgery for serious injuries to his lower right leg and ankle, the first deputy on the scene, saying the wreck could have been so much worse. The nature of his vehicle. The fact that he was wearing a seat belt, I would say that greatly increased The likelihood that it saved his life. Rescuers had to use an ax and a pry bar to get Woods out of his SUV. The officer on scene said he was alert and talking at the time tonight. The chief medical officer U. C L, A medical center says Woods has leg fractures and injuries to bones on his right foot and ankle that were stabilized with screws and pens earlier today. Tonight. Come on, Who spoke to you? Dubs number one golfer Know Woolsey, who met Woods at a conference not long ago. Just praying that he get back and Oh, yeah, Everybody knows that Tiger Woods and, um so t hear about that is it's scary because you just don't know what the future is that with golf without him, investigators say there were no signs of impairment. There's still working to get answers about what led up to the crash. They're looking at speed. Is it possible factor? Crash happened on a notoriously dangerous road. Well, it is one of the all time greatest call first with 15 major victories, he second behind Jack Nicklaus, who holds the record with 18 major championships in 2019, He mounted a comeback, winning the Masters just two years after undergoing a spinal fusion. For today's crash. Woods was in the process of recovering from the fifth back surgery of his career. There has been an outpouring of concern and support on social media tonight. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus says he and his wife are deeply concerned and wish Tiger all the best for a full recovery. Pro golfer Justin Thomas tweeted quote sick to my stomach right now praying for Tiger Woods and hoping for an amazing recovery.

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Higher-Order Thinking and Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSIs) in Higher Education

ABA Inside Track

06:07 min | Last week

Higher-Order Thinking and Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSIs) in Higher Education

"You i got interested in the idea of kind of looking at higher order thinking and sort of personal systems of instruction when you yourself were a student and that led me to the question of what was personalized systems of instruction especially computerized ones from beyond. You know i. I think today everyone sort of thinks about all you can do all this stuff online. You learn online. Everyone's an online program. But if you go back maybe fifteen years you know. Maybe even ten years it feels like one of these technologies that couldn't have existed but we know. Psi original work was from well before computers. Were something that everyone had seven of in their house and you know in in the form of a phone so could you tell us a little bit about what. Psi's were like when you were starting out in higher education. You were starting to use them as part of your doctoral program. Sure well can. I use a way back machine to tell you another little tidbit secret. Of course you can do right if we go way back to me being in grade one and then i realized this later that there were reading. Labs and reading. Lab was the self paced set of there. Were these big boxes at the back of our room and you could go through these little reading vignettes. I remember reading about brown bears and things like that. Like that. Just stuck out to me because i love reading about them right like what were they. Where did they live what they eat so forth. And then you would answer these questions and if you'd have to get them all complete and correct and then you could go on to the next one so there was kind of this. It was all mastery based and i realized later this. Psi in like k. Through twelve right like in this really popular back at the time that i was in grade one and you know as students we kind of love this we could go at our own pace and get immediate feedback on whether or not we're right and we keep going on and on and on on these things and there's a little bit of competition among us rate because like you could be finished all of this work in your reading and language arts like whenever it was up to you you could get it all done and then go into something else so that was kind of exciting or are you could help other students in the class so i think that i never thought about it until recently but i think that when i when i was introduced to computer aided psi which was topped by joseph parrot the university of manitoba but this is probably why i love this system so much because it is self paced but the early early psi if you go back to the work of fred keller when he published his seminal article and nineteen sixty eight rate and the journal of applied behavior analysis goodbye teacher based upon a rhyme and he's introducing people to assist them that he's developed and he introduced in brazil as well as the united states. Psi was you know these units of study that you could you know master hopefully in about a week or so and you would go in and you would take a test when you're ready to take the test and then you either pass or you've gotta re study and if you've gotta re study you could go over the task with the proctor or the professor and then you could come back and retake it when you're ready to do so after you know some amount of kind of time out to re steady So if you think about that like things that there's an instructor right like if you have ten units that you have to have students take tests on. How many different tests do you need for them. You know if they get a reset and one you don't just give them the same test you have to have like a whole bunch of questions and different forms of big zam right for each unit so imagine the administration of that right like just can you imagine like panel versus thirty students versus three hundred. What would that be like a lot of tests a lot of grading more file cabinets right basically all the file cabinets right. Yeah file cabinet. Imagine carrying all the tests to and from the classroom and keeping them organnized. And you know. And we didn't have and they didn't have computers back then either right so when joe pair computerized this he actually made it. So that you could go in and you could request a-tast online and this is before point and click okay. This is before we had windows right in the we actually had to learn how to type in commands into the computer. And i never think of myself as somebody who programs but i did. I had to learn programming to be able to do this. Because you have to give the computer commands to get into your account and then to call up a test and then tell it to add more lines if you wanted to add more information to your answer or are you. Talking like a dos. Prompt or more like an old like early. Eighties looking kind of you know unix mainframe mainframe o wow absolutely yeah rob. It's definitely a mainframe computer right. And so so we did that and you know we after you master to test then you could sign on to be a peer reviewer or printer for student who had not yet passed that unit. So i mean think of it right like if you love this stuff and you're and you just go in and on a weekly basis at least on a weekly basis you pass one unit a week or more you can be peer reviewing a whole bunch of them and the peer reviews were great because they were bonus points in the course you and and the final exam where something like sixty percent because it was in person and they that was the quality control you had over the online course was making sure that people were who they said they were and you know that they weren't just doing things open book so you know it was nice being able to pat up though the the bonus points just in case but he bit. But here's here's the track right like when you do that and you're actually going and you're taking your test and your peer reviewing other students test. You're actually

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

03:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Hey everyone welcome to today's episode of the master. Coaching biz. Podcast in our guest. Today is agnes rosette and she is a next level. Success strategist to six-figure coaching businesses and she also hopes women leverage their time and go from silly busy to strategic and smart so welcome. I'm glad to have you here with us. Thank you very much for having me and happy to be here so it's also a little bit more about yourself Well i come from a background in quality management so this is actually where i got all that knowledge and experience to bring game systems and structures and processes that leverage the time and not only bring results but actually help you worthless because you have the right systems in place so that kinda that experience kinda have led me to where i am today helping women in coaching businesses in service businesses to to really leverage that time when they are ready to level up. Because when we're at that stage and for me it was the same. You have two choices you you kind of want to level up but you don't wanna get busier so either you do get busy. Are you work more. Or you find a way how to leverage what you already have. So this is kind of my speciality. Where i go into the business i find that weak link or weakling. Sit there are many. And i'm not reinventing the wheel or inventing anything new. I work with what they already have but to make it a more strategic and smart in a way that it truly leverage is the time instead of wasting it great. That sounds awesome. We all could use that so tell me so. Our audience here is mainly newer coaches. And what would be something that you would say. Okay this is. This is really what you have to do to get started to your time. Yeah well i you have to understand. Why do you want to do it because so many women that i have spoken to. They all say. I do want more time. I do want more time. But then when i ask a specific question what would you do too more extra hours a day. The answer is really weighed in. Not really that clear. So would you want to join another project. Do you want to spend time with your kids. Because if we don't have that clarity not gonna reach that goal and i'm sure that relies to any decision that we make so i is clarity. The second one is really. You have to understand your priorities. In prioritizing is a big part of my mentorship Because when you say but everything is important but it's not the case right there are some things are more important than others and that's just the way it is You have as a coach as a service provider. You have your zone of genius right. The it's very easy to tell what it is because you are coaching in that right but how much time you're actually spending in coaching. And how much time are you doing other things like maybe some admin tasks or a bookkeeping and things just around it. Yes they all are important for your business. You can just eliminate them but how much time comparing to your zone of genius like you know the the comparison. How am i choose that. So it's really important to understand. What is the priority. Where do you want to focus. What are those money-making activities that you need to focus more on

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Hello and welcome to master your coaching biz. A podcast for rising coaches and entrepreneurs who want to design the lights of their dreams and make a massive impact on the world while building inspired successful and profitable business. I'm your host cheryl thacker. Master board certified coach trainer. Isaf mentor coach. International speaker and founder of successful coaches enterprise. I believe that every coach has a unique gift presented the world..

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

07:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Agree or agree with it. Yeah and like you said you'll outgrow the ones that aren't going to be accepting of it and And then the ones that are left are going to be great. And then you're being able to add more because now you've created that space. Yeah new people to come in definitely all right so We're kind of winding down here. So i would like to ask you if you could share One tip for just one kind of strategy or tip for a coach that wants to put their program out there and they're feeling kind of besides the mindset piece like just kind of like what are. We'll be an actionable steps for somebody who's wanting to put their program out there but they're finding themselves stuck again. This is a principle. The us and i use this very often especially when i'm just back to dolch or if i'm thinking i'm assuming gathering thinking should i do this. Should i not do this. Is this going to work. You know. I'm kind of south questioning frank. That point where. I'm not too sure what the rush should do this or not. This is a really good technique. it's cold the value. Joy profit model identified. You've come across this before shero again but what you do. Is you sheet of paper and at the top. You have three columns. The first column is joy. Sorry the first colonies by years off joy and the third column is profit so in your first collect festival assess right listed the side festival like all the different programs whether it's one to one whether it's a great program whether it's a specialized mastermind program and then under the value call them. I want you to write active ten. The ten being the highest one being the lowest of. How much value do you feel. It's going to give your end client whether you've got me or whether it's quite broad whatever it is how much value is it going to give you. End client is going to solve that problem. The looking at the moment said just write a one act of After five the middle column is joy so this one is so important. Because it's looking at you personally. How much joy is it going to bring you to run that one to one program that group coaching program or whatever is how much joy is it going to bring you because at the end of the day. You've got to feel happy with whatever you're teaching because if you don't feel happy with your content told by you're teaching you're not going to be giving the best value to your end client so right yourself when after five and then. The last comment is the profit because at the end of the day. It's all about the money. Isn't it a guy we have to make a move on it because that's what you're going into business that's a completely different talk old together with nature but then you profit you got one two by five being the highest so if for example you'll pricing get i don i pick a number five hundred pounds of five hundred dollars then right one active when active. Five thinking to yourself in your mind. Well if i get five people on my program or ten people twenty people way. What does that equate to. Is that worth my time or actually is that price to change and then at the end i want you to add all the three columns up with all of your programs in all of your masterminds. You'll want to one coaching etc. And then what that should get you at. The end is the one that's got. The high school is the one that really alternately you may be should be doing. I should be promoting first. Because that just gives you that clarity in your mind that if you think oh i could do this I also release program. And i've got this package and little bit is a wound in in a sense of what you can actually offer your clients. Put it all down in the clarity exercise in this. These helpful the i. I did this quite often listeners. We're good that's great. Thank you for that. Welcome you you have a free gift for for my audience. Don't you do. I do did. It's basically a free a book which is old about gratitude so giving e seven mind body soul spirit exercises all to do with gratitude because gratitude has been the number one thing that has really helped me in my personal development journey but having that appreciation having back joy really connecting with that that that all of gratitude because then it gets you in not high vibe that positive liberty and if you get that high vibe in positive level on a daily basis you will thank gonna start attracting. Everything seemed direct resonance with your energy. Because i strongly believe that life could tracks like so this e book. It's totally free. So it's just a case of just clicking on the link and providing your name and email address and then that will come directly to your email and it's completely free awesome as if somebody wanted to get a hold of you and how would they contact you again. so i'm facebook so you just such on facebook. Anything is possible. that's my facebook group and you just click. Click to join the agree. It's a great for women from around the world. Aim to inspire anti motivate you towards achieving your true greatness. And there's a lot of light hailing Coaching so there's a lot of a mixture of things in that it's a growing community it's vibrant community and it's really that to supporting encourage each and everyone. I'm also unlinked. Dan sharon sunday. So it's just under the search click sherman's dummy on this also website details as well Belonging to be in the show notes for everybody to click on. Well thank you so much. I had such a good time. And i loved your your story. And you're you're advice and your little tip their love that exercise of which i'm gonna do when we're done i'm not kidding. So thank you so much and Thank you guys for listening and we will see you on the next episode. Thanks bye bye. Thank you so much for listening in today. I'm so glad we got to spend this time together. If you love today's show. Please consider leaving me review on the apple podcast app. So other coaches can find the podcast for more information about me. Visit successful coaches dot com for daily inspiration affirmations. Follow me on instagram. At coach cheryl thacker too short. A semi a dm. So i can hello until next time to your success..

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

03:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Welcome to today's show. I'm so excited. We have sharon sammy with us today. From sharon semi coaching and sharna and inspirer motivator. Cereal manifester with the aim of shining light everywhere that she goes and she's an empowerment life coach and intuitive healer. Welcome shine enki cheryl for having made. I'm so excited to be here today. Awesome so close. The have you talk a little bit more about yourself a case. So i'm sharon said nice to meet everybody. That's listening i I live in the uk. I'm married. I've got two children so going six those three year old son and i pretty much spent the majority of my working life. The last twenty years in koper banking world in the uk troubling up and down the country a very high profile position with very long working hours and then about fifteen years ago. This is when i kind of changed direction in terms of my thinking. My aspirations where i was leading my life going would Needs ago. I opened up to the world of personal development and that took me down the road all really focusing on how important your mindset is so in a very short space of time i became a right key halo master teacher then i went onto various healing. Modalities which then led me onto becoming a certified life coach Either that fifteen year journey. I was still pretty much working in corporate banking world. Using all of my spare time you know like an hour here. Two hours there every single day. I was so committed and so dedicated towards my personal development and growth that i really accelerated in the holistic world. And then he came to appoint literally this time last year where i sent the message out to the universe. If now is the time for me to leave the corporate banking world and radio full-time. We might business make hacker then within three weeks. That decision was made. I left the banking world and it was like i've come at the culture shadow and i cannot be my true authentic self and ray shine the light like wherever i go. I'm become this impoundment. Coach intuitive healer. And it's been a fantastic phenomenal journey. Awesome i actually learn from really getting added that out but I actually come from a banking background too. So that's interesting and And i love that your bigger. Your journey was Like a lot of other coaches that are going to be listening that you were doing it part time and then you kind of realize that there was an opportunity and you put it out there to the universe to to make this full time in the universe said yes this is the time and gave it to you so i.

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"I am not judging I. You know we all have stuff around money in in different ways. So working working on that and making sure that you're. Comfortable you're on stage. Up Stopping the back would you know the back end pieces in place in bill more confidence? Yeah Yeah I've had like really really great speakers You know. Maybe, the day before they're talking to said, okay. Well, what are you going to offer the like I totally forgot about my offer and I'm like Well I'm glad we're talking now that you would want to have that done well before the day before. What is your opportunity and a lot of times you just spend so much time focusing on the talk. We. Forget. You know. Oh this is the talk is so that I can attract clients the Talker so that I can help the person or people that need my services. Offer they they're not GONNA know that? You have that available, right? Absolutely. Having a call to action or something an offer all the time no matter what you do I think. Yes. Yeah. Ways like I call it the monetization menu like how is money going to come into you and you WANNA have different choices like I said, if you walk into a store and there's nothing on the shelf or there's like two things on the shelf, you're gonNA. Be Like this stores Kinda lame I don't WanNa go to the store like. I don't want that things. So like not the not to overwhelm with Sony products by you give an array that makes sense for your business you know and. Exactly and not maybe one product. I'm not saying that you can't have one product offering. But in a in a speaking situation, you WANNA have a few different options because sometimes you're going to know we're getting a little off track but sometimes you offer would be a free offer and then sometimes it would be you're asking for for. A sale. Credit Card. Offer so. Different you know. I. Know that's okay. I was like I. Kinda like going in the little maybe a little too for people. But that's the kind of stuff that we start getting into. Is like okay. So what for real like what are you going to ask for? All right. So a great. So those are. Three. Three. Obstacles that I can see come up not only for speaking but in in other areas of you know building a successful business. So that's the have those three things have address. what are you? What can you tell? Me Are the two most common mistakes that new speakers make. yeah I would say, probably one of the biggest mistakes is winging it and I winging it to me would be like you've never given it in front of a live audience and you didn't really practice and you didn't really have a plan you just kinda thought. Oh well, I Know I can speak about that. You know if you're like, Oh, well, I'm a business coach seconds to go business coaching. And you just Kinda go up there and go so. I don't really have a plan but like hey, if you guys want questions asked me any questions that you What's happening what's happening and you've lost it all back to- like lost opportunity. Another thing around winging it is just not practicing I. Always find it fascinating. That people are resistant to practice and it's like being resistant to exercise like I don't really feel like exercising but I do it anyway you know I don't really like practicing but I, do it anyway you got..

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"master" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"master" Discussed on The Nod

"Massive P welcome to the show is so how can welcome? No, I'm definitely lead to be. Thank you guys for having me. Our pleasure are plan. Let's get right into it. At the beginning of your career. You famously turned out a one million dollar deal from record executive Jimmy I of. What made you decide to turn down? That money were bank. Education I went to college. Even live together on. Thank being able to read read. These contracts are seen that. When I bet that deal? I wasn't going to be able to use my name for seven years. It was a lot of other things. We just a million dollars, but only have five dollars in my pocket time. I realized that. <hes> that wasn't gonna be able to do. With, my name on my brand for seven years, and it was owning control it. Okay. You own your masters all the music. You're basically pain. uh-huh, a twenty percent fees. To get into record, stores. And you have to do everything else marketing promotions. I think he had the best deal at the time of any black owned. Record Company in history interning. Money now, probably the best thing I ever did it my life. Story would have been different if you had taken that deal. Just been audience like everybody else. I DIDN'T WANNA. Be Audience from day one I wanted to be a one to be own of a company, so I realized. I, would you say to artists nowadays were still kind of struggling to get compensated fairly for for their music, I feel like <hes>. These are of putting the wrong people around, because if you have a manager you have. A visor. Lit You sign those bills or attorney in. You need to get rid of those people. You have to start with him because none of these. Guys are going audit. These companies in nobody is exposing. Bad deals and these companies used to doing it, and so nobody ever win in the ninety s new. Orleans hip hop hand really been. On, the map, how challenging was it for you to kind of breakthrough witness sound at that time we talk about southern the music too close to this thing we had was a ghetto boys, but they newsy head and cross other markets yet, but once we got in. I feel like doors open. I got ending cash money came. All this talk of getting they just. Sound has been on the rise every since I. Remember Seeing your MTV cribs episode when I was like Middle School. One of the most expensive roles in. This room right here. Is probably about three million dollars. I mean honestly you in the episode was the first time I had understanding of credit points, certain things and you were like I paid for this cash paid for that in cash. Why has ownership always been so important to you? Ownership beauty control. They can't really you can't tell you. What do we have off figuring out? What can we do to own some things that we want to change the narrative, and even like doing doing this injustice that we have? We are blocked down right now. My thing is. This vitamin blocked back. Because now we have the control is we will have ingested the. We have the control so best. What ownership? DOCU series, coming out, no limit chronicles, and it charts the rise in success of no limit records, and also you know your career in the music industry. What something that you revealed in the Docu series that people will be surprised to know about you think people be surprised that no, that outboard I went to a Catholic school. I had to fight when I got back to the project. I mean I've been dealing with bullies all my life. And this was a student. So what I love about this documentary? You'RE GONNA be able to talk to all the all the people around me to millionaires I created the grateful people to Ungrateful People I. Want Everything Being I want. To be you know, but you have no idea

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"master" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"master" Discussed on The Nod

"From one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven, two, thousand, and two, there was no bigger name and hypothesis masterpiece and his label. No limit records master. Is the mastermind, one of the most successful labor and your obvious. A distinctive sound with a roster of artists, including asks silk the Shocker FEM- mystical and Snoop Dogg. No limit record sold over one hundred million albums worldwide, including more than twenty gold and platinum records, and produced numerous TV shows and films. In nine hundred ninety eight masterpiece made the Forbes list as one of the highest paid entertainers music. Any now has an. An estimated wealth of over two hundred million dollars us. The first pop entrepreneur to own a cable network and has many business ventures include fashion shoe, brands, household, products, real estate either food and his new bt Docu series. No limit chronicles. We see masterpiece legacy unfold telling the story of the rise of no limit records and its lasting impact on hip hop. Massive P welcome to the show is so how can welcome? No, I'm definitely lead to be. Thank you guys for having me. Our pleasure are plan. Let's get right into it. At the beginning of your career. You famously turned out a one million dollar deal from record executive Jimmy I of. What made you decide to turn down? That money were bank. Education I went to college. Even live together on. Thank being able to read read. These contracts are seen that. When I bet that deal? I wasn't going to be able to use my name for seven years. It was a lot of other things. We just a million dollars, but only have five dollars in my pocket time. I realized that. that wasn't gonna be able to do. With, my name on my brand for seven years, and it was owning control it. Okay. You own your masters all the music. You're basically pain. uh-huh, a twenty percent fees. To.

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Day of the week early as long as I have an idea or I have a question from somebody I can hop on I can Enjoy IT I. I have a lot of fun and people excuse me. People typically in react well to it and And they like that type of Spontaneity from me so I have the energy for that more so during the week all during week than I do for the written content and it might be other things for you like it might be You know maybe your social media marketing especially if you're planning scheduling inhabiting. It might mean that you know. Sunday's our best for you to do it for the week or maybe it's Wednesday that you do it for the next seven to ten days or whatever works for you but it's really looking at where your strengths are and where your energy levels are during the week and planning everything around it and then also just taking a lot of breaks right. Because we attend to as coaches and entrepreneurs senator desk from the minute that we wake up until we actually have to pull ourselves away to go eat. Food are to nurse her bodies or do some exercise or or whatever like take care of the kids at night but otherwise we tend to just sit here in just work from day tonight and that's just not good for us. It's not good for our energy. It's not good for our Our Wellbeing. It's not good for our health either so reeling Once you figure out where your strengths are in play those strengths as far as planning out when you're GONNA do your your tasks in your business also think about. When are you gonNA take care of You? Outside of your business like simple things like schedule a half hour lunch if you use an online scheduled for clients lockout that half hour that our get done at a certain time. Make make a schedule. Have Your schedule. You started whatever eight. Am You're done at four or you know whatever you start at nine you're done at five or six and you'll have that half hour our lunch or if you've got kids you stop at like three in and you your spend some family time in..

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"And I just wanted to talk today about some of the things have been covering in my group and on the blog but basically for those that know me you know that I started successful coaches enterprise because as the training director at a coach school I just kept seeing so many coaches walkaway from trying to establish a business. Either you know raising the beginning or up to about two years in you know they would just get really frustrated overwhelmed and decide that no that was it. They weren't gonNA continue to to try to build their business anymore. And in fact if you look at the statistics eighty percent of coaches. Just don't make it either because they give up or you know other factors that come in to not be able kind of get a business going but that is such a high number and I really wanted to do something about it. And so that's kind of got me started with Coaching coaches along with the other areas. That I was coaching and when I try Established the Mind Map the vision for my business. Big Visual Person I I actually showed all the different areas that I struggled with when I first started and then also the struggles that I've seen the training director from coaches Trying to start their business and I've been the trainee rector for over ten years. I've seen hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of coaches come through and try to start their businesses. And again you for whatever reason usually within the first two years just you know. Stop even if they start their business some coaches. Of course don't start a business or there for ten hance their current businesses as counselor as or are working for companies or things along those lines. But those are those the ones that came in as coaches To start a business only about twenty percent of them actually do it and then out of that twenty percent. There's really an I love. How falls the eighty twenty rule? Out of that twenty percent. The average coach makes about fifty thousand year. Although that's nothing to sneeze at a good that could be a pretty good living especially depending on where you live but for those that you know. Want more their struggle right. They they struggle at that fifty thousand mark and and they don't really know how to get out so I don't know if if you're one of those coaches That you know is in that kind of range where you want know. You're making a living but you WANNA do more or maybe you're struggling You know really get your business going. Maybe you're in the first couple of years and you're not really sure you know what to do to to to build it and so what I've learned through doing. The research really is kind of all the things that take away from us being able to establish successful businesses and one of the biggest things is overwhelmed. You know there's a lot to building a business. It's not an easy thing and I don't. I don't care who's out there telling you it's easy. It's not easy and It takes a lot of time. It takes patients but it also takes things like that. You would never imagine you'd have to do as a coach right. You have to learn things that we don't really particularly Thinking about learning like creating.

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

09:40 min | 11 months ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"But we also can help those businesses. That are kind of you. Know out there on the front and clients that are left behind. Or whatever whatever's in between there's lot that we can do. So what are you doing to get yourself to the other side Your Business Your coaching. And what are you doing to help their clients get to the other side and Coach isn't personally. That are kind of taking away approach. They're kind of waiting for those things to kind of go back to normal and again you know we're gonNA have a new norm. Things will pick back up and things mental You'RE NOT GONNA BE STUCK IN QUARANTINE FOREVER. But but there's GonNa be a new norm. Nothing ever happens globally like this. That doesn't leave permanent. Change WE WANNA help. People explore that too. So like what is this? GonNa look like to you. You know a month for now two months from now three months from now you're from now like how is it? How's IT impacting will? Can we do to lessen the negative impact in trying to capitalize on the positive impact? So we need to kind of figure out for ourselves. What are we willing to do? And what can we put out there to help our clients what they're willing to do in You know one of the things is really firming up our own business right so kind of taking stock of where are you and your business. Well Krino who is your ideal client kinds of basics who's your ideal client will. Can you help them with? What do you have in place for Your Business? Do you have systems in place Do you do you have areas for growth that you could be working on right now like taking this time to really firm up our business. Our our Success and what that looks like us like our vision for our business and then pivoting making the changes that we have to. I'm the stronger that you are in your business. The better you're able to help others matched just common sense again. That that oxygen masks the stronger. You are taking care of yourself the stronger you are to be able to help to take care of others so it really goes across you. Know Normal Gamut there and that's how. I really feel strongly that thought I feel like it's definitely something that we have to make sure that we're taking care of ourselves in firming up our business to make sure that our business is nice and strong in can handle this as we go forward so kind of just making a list. One thing I would suggest is just making a list of you. Know what areas do you need to work on your personal life? You know making sure that you're taking carrier. How your your rental healthier emotional health your physical health. We're the things that you need. That are missing ago and start planning them. Put them into place. Put Him on your schedule. Start you write them down. Start doing them tomorrow or today And then look at your clients and say okay where my clients right now. Where do they need to be? And how can I help sell that Gat in? That's where that's where you will shine. That's where you will step up via later. That's where you'll be able to help others evaluate your skills your services. Your product works Again where your where your business can fit into the into the current climate and then also going forward. What do you need to change The difference will be the. I'm sorry the answer will be different for every coaching business right. We all have different target audiences. We all have different. Cranach's in systems and things that we do for others expertise pass Expertise current expertise that we have things that can help people in different ways. So it's not going to look the same for every coach. I want to encourage you to take that time right to take a few minutes and really right down. What's working for you right now in your schedule. What's not working for you? Where is the gap and then take a look at your clients into the same thing? I'm or your prospects card audience. Where are they now? And where do they need to go and really just you know if you don't know then put the questions out there. Go find out right go. Ask Add some Market research host or calls or social media recounts or something or or even contact previous clients and say. Hey are you doing? Where are you now? How are you holding up? Just get a feel for what what's going on and then look again. Look at your products and your services. How're you how do you need to adjust them to really he doing business in Pete moving forward and I'll tell you even new coaches are getting out there looking at it and saying you know what have an opportunity to help here? I can step up later. I'M GONNA take this time to really look at. How does it up my business? How I wanted to look at the end of the year next year. Three years from now and put those pieces in place and take the time to do that because we have that time. Now you can with everything going on. We have that time now because we are at a slower pace now right. Everything is slowdown in in some areas. That's worked for good along the ones that are the pumps that are out there in the stories in the articles. I've been reading You know like you know in Venice. The can actually see through the water now. It used to be early dirty. You know in India. You can see the top of the mountain where it was just covered with fog and smile before like does a lot of positive things happening right now. In the IT's a reset in a lot of ways are also it could be a potential reset for us and for our clients positive reset. Just come a look at what's important now. What is your best next step? What's important now for your clients? And what is their next best up and if you need any help give me a call. You know. Just reply to my emails that I send out if you're not on my team unless you don't get connected with me facebook. I have a facebook group. There Mass Your coaching Biz and Lincoln instagram on every platform. You can always get a hold of me. I would love to help and support you through this in to give you some actionable items as well. I am offering fifteen to twenty minute chance to Kinda. Just give you some space to talk and talk through what you're going through. See if there is a kind of best next step that you can take to either personal or business for you so definitely. I'm here to support you and I'd really like to know what's going on with you guys again. That the biggest thing that I want to kind of right now is to encourage you to well. I kinda stop and take a deep breath then notice what's going on with you what's going on in your home. What's going on here family? And then what's going on your business and really look at again where those gaps are what you need to put in place So I hope you guys are healthy out there. I hope that you're you know that you'll take this time to really step up for yourself and then to step out as a leader in a show up for your community for Your Business. There's lots of ways to get support if you're needing support definitely again for me. I had the facebook rope My personal as I have linked in instagram watts away to connect with me and get some support have a great community in my facebook groups and also you know there's a ton of other people out there to get support from other podcast stars. I know are you studying giving out support and Really trying to reach people out there and try to make things better for them. And that's what that's what the basically about is just talking about ways to make things better but also to take take action right because again we can't just sit and wait it out. We have to. We have to step. We have to take action and we have to really look at what we can do. Better ourselves our community and to help our clients and what adjustments that are going to be required for that so hopefully ending ruble on too much. You guys got something out of that suggest a quick episode that I wanted to get this out there Into support you and Really want to help you out any way I can. So if you have an idea to support you if you're looking for specific information or you want to hear something a future episode please let me know And Otherwise. We'll talk to you guys again next week with our next interview. Thanks Great Week. Thank you so much for listening in today. I'm so glad we got to spend this time together. If you love today's show. Please consider leaving me review on the apple podcast APP. So other coaches confined the podcast for more information about me. Visit SUCCESSFUL COACHES DOT COM for daily inspiration affirmations. Follow me on instagram. At coach Cheryl factor too short a semi a DM. So I can say hello until next time to your success..

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Because I can't read your stuff all day long because I'm writing my own stuff so there's nothing with that. Take a step back and allow yourself the time to figure out what you do differently. What you put out to this world absolutely agree. I think a lot of coaches do that. They follow and follow coaches as well and I follow you. Follow some other coaches and I also follow people where I want to be late so you always apply also if you WanNa be somewhere then you have to look the people that are in that space right but yeah but not too much because I I can't. I'm not that person that can spend hours listening to podcasts. Er or whatever that's telling me things to do because then you wind up doing things that maybe aren't for you so I definitely understand that so one other question. I have free around the coaching business. Part of it is when you're feeling like you're not making any headway would something that helps you to push forward to make that an gets on stuff. I think giving myself permission to maybe like pursue something different. So if I'm trying one thing I'm trying to push something like I'll give you an example. One of my workbooks Styler Mind I. Two styler is my podcast. I have a workbook called style your mind which does very well and then I have one called styler mind for success and that one does well but for whatever reason it just doesn't sell as many copies as the others can. I have no idea why I get great feedback from as great reviews is just for whatever reason I remember for a while. Really pushing this workaholics. So hard I was talking about every single day like this just has to catch up like what's going on. I believe in that workbook so much. I actually had a course with that content. That did really really well. And for whatever reason I don't know maybe it's a cover. Maybe it's just a really push this thing in. Finally I had to just like let go. It was like it's okay. It doesn't have to sell hundreds of copies a month. It's fine like it will get into the right hands now. I'm going to shift gears. I'm gonNA focus on something else and that's when I actually started my academy so I was like okay. I'm going to shift a little bit. Maybe people want something different for me. Maybe I should give myself permission to do something different. So don't be so stuck on one idea success. Don't be stuck on one product or one program that you had if that's not working for some reason like it's okay to move on and try something new absolutely. I love that so giving yourself permission to I mean not give up on on something but after you've tried and you've done what you can and then it's it's time to move on then give yourself permission to let it go pivot. It's okay to visit your business. It's necessary otherwise you don't involve awesome so you mentioned your your new academy. Please tell us about that so I started my podcast three years ago. Style your mind on an podcasts has over six million unique downloads. Now has a lot of listeners. And I for the longest time I was like. How can I take this a step further like all? These people are tuning in each week. These people are excited about the content. I WANNA give more and I. I Love My coaching. My group coaching programs. I love my private clients but I realized that the price point is out of reach for a lot of people so I started to think about. Okay who is the woman or man right? It's open to everybody who is. Who is the person who needs ongoing support? But maybe doesn't have the budget reading the time or the capacity for a coach right if they wanna coach but maybe not a private coach. Or maybe not something. That's so intense. They don't mean it. They read a book. But what happens after the podcast entered? The last of the book is right. So that's why I came up with the idea for the Kemi. I wanted it to be really cutting edge. I have never seen anything our industry that gives this much personal attention and value for this price. Point so Charge nineteen ninety nine a month. So it's like less than twenty dollars a month and we do to live call so it's one call with me that. I host one call with a guest expert Charlotte. You're going to be one of them. Surprise coming on H has been so this month for example. February is becoming a love of your life. So we're talking about what it takes to be empowered in your own life outside of relationships. I think that's a hot button topic for women so Lou the two calls. I do accustomed workbook each month. We have a private facebook group. So there's a lot of value in there and I was able to create it where the price point is super low so a lot of people can take advantage of. It doesn't really break the bank. College Students Single Moms. I really am cognizant of everyone and I think personal development should be available to everybody. I don't think it should be explicit people who can pay thousands of dollars so that's the concept behind there we have four hundred and fifty women in the Adamy today. My goal is to continue to grow it every single month and actually created this thing called the bring your best bonus so when you sign up you get to bring someone with you and they get a free membership for three months. So they group in economic accountability partner or buddies to join with you. So it's been fun and I love it. I love building community so seeing everybody in the facebook group together has been awesome group. Kind of runs itself you I. I keep updates a couple times a week. I hop in there but everybody just connects in. It's been awesome. I'm how would they find that that academy so they can go to style your Mind Academy Dot Com and sign up and then on my instagram. Of course there's a link in my bio if they want to join that way awesome in Diet instagram? Great thank you so much so just to kind of close us out beside your own content which is definitely inspiring and my favorites and a lot of other people's favorites. What is something that you resource or book or website or something that you could recommend to to our audience listening today. I actually love podcast called. Earn your happy with Lori harder on it not lying promoting because I've listened to for years and I really really loved up podcasts. She is a former fitness model turned authored turn persons. Melton coach and she's just really raw and real and inspiring her. Name's Lori harder. I love her. She's awesome and then a lot of stuff that I need. I don't really consume a lot of personal development so a lot of recommendations are going to not make sense for this. Podcast loggers and things like that. But I would say definitely Laurie harder in terms of books. Think of what. Oh a we had wooded agreed obviously like the old school staff a real lot of Wayne Dyer. You know all of those things. I think anybody getting into coaching should definitely read. Wade Ireland. These hey like all of that. Stocks James Altair is another author that I've been getting into. He actually has a book called. Choose yourself which was very inspirational for METEOROID WIVES. Right girl on fire because it's similar but he obviously writes me very different viewpoint. Why would check out his stuff? To and Seth Golden. Obviously I love. Everybody needs to subscribe to set goldens newsletter. He wrote a blog post called. Hit yourself knowing. Yeah pick yourself you choose yourself. Pick yourself on comedy so much. So if you do regard on fire in resonated I would definitely check him out as well subscribe to hit he. He sends emails out every single morning. They're super short. They're like two paragraphs they're very impactful. And I did like you said like you're you follow fashion bloggers and stuff like that. But that's what gives you inspiration right. That's Kinda Keep Shoe Rhode Island. It really does like I love skinny confidential a friend of mine lauren efforts it's more of a lifestyle Wa. I would say She just everything she covers like beauty and wellness and all that stuff She's great I love her stuff and again. She's an entrepreneur. So she is. I can relate to her but she's not we're not in the same lane you know. Reach them wrong things. So it's like by not to be really inspiring great so besides looking at where you guys WanNa be we also got ourselves in our own soul fit our own mind our own inspiration so I love that. Yes thank so much for joining us. Today I had a great time. It was lovely talking to you and I love that everything that you have going on. I'm actually in your academy as well and I think it's an awesome program and if you WANNA reach Tara you can reach her on instagram. At the champagne diet is rex in. Then you have a group that matches your academy that everybody could join once they join the academy as well all right. Yeah when you sign up for the academy we send you an email that says the group all right awesome. So thank you so much. Thank you guys for listening to us to see in the next episode. Thank you so much for listening in today. I'm so glad we got to spend this time together. If you love today's show. Please consider leaving me a review

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"So I can spend less time but just brings money to pay the bills and then you get on this kind of cycle of failure and negative mindset and allowing money and you get more into debt and it just becomes a big mess I think so. Yeah definitely building up that side hustle but then also the planning part. So that's really important. What you said to having that strategy one thing I try to stress is really having a business plan right. A simple one doesn't have to be anything major but like you said you calculate while I would need this. How many. How many times do I need at this price point or through this program or what have you so is that is that something that you would say was really important for you in the beginning to have that any. I think it builds confidence stow it does and I mean I still do that. You know I still now. It's a little bit more natural because I'm in a flow. But you have to plan. You know you have to know where it's GONNA come from you. You can't just wing it. You can't just hope that you get clients. You had to know how you're going to promote you have to know what's GonNa Happen with that is gonNa look like how many people only to work with so it's especially in the beginning and I think you need to have multiple streams of income so I had my group coaching. I had my books. I had a few private clients at that point. And then I was selling like a digital workbook for I think forty nine dollars glitter guts in Glam. Do you remember that yes? I've been to repurpose that. Bring about archives vintage champagnes absolutely but I had different streams of income so I knew okay if something falls through like if I'm not selling the workbook I still have private islands or private android offer. I don't get one for this month. I've got a group that's going on so just being a little bit strategic in terms of how you're GonNa make it happen and being really creative about what that looks like because you know if you depend on all private clients you might get to a point where you're just burnt out and that's you know you don't WanNa be working with ten people week. Maybe you only have the energetic bandwidth work with five people week and the rest of your incomes come from a product or worse or something that he launched so I think just figuring out giving yourself the room in the space in the time to figure out what works for you is really important and if you can do that while your side hustle and you're gonNA save yourself a lot of heartache once you quit because you're not going to be stressed out you sort of your in your groove in your flow. Yeah absolutely so. If you had to say the key component or one or two key components to really letting go of that negative mindset stepping in using that one velocity what made you feel successful. What was the component that made you feel successful? I think the response that I got from people the feedback that I was getting from people like actually. That's why I love coaching so much. Because you give your. Will you help your client figure out what their goals are going to be? You know in seeing people actually reaching those goals each week and working towards something and hearing them done the next call report and say hey I did this and I got it done and really great about it or I had the shift. I shift mindset. I feel so much better this week. I thought I chose better thoughts. So that direct feedback. There was about a year where I wasn't coaching. I was focusing on my books. Girl Code had come out and I took a break and I wound up missing it so much because it's wonderful to get book reviews to hear from people that they love your book but there's just something different about like working with somebody directly on something so that personal feedback really still drives me to this day. It still makes me feel like okay. This is true success. This is what success looks like. You know the impact that you have on someone in would you say that's a motivating factor for you to keep going as well? Oh yeah completely. Seeing that seeing that hearing feedback knowing that you're helping somebody changed their life. There's nothing like it absolutely agree with you. That's why I do it as well. Yeah so what do you do to help keep that success mindset in front? I think just continuing to like remind myself event. Have gratitude for it. I wake up every day and I'm thankful I really do truly wake up and I said get to do this. You know and I worked hard for it but I get to do this work every single day and I. I'm so aware that there are people around me who are going into jobs that they can't stand or you know having to show up for something they don't believe in or they don't want to do with their lives and I get to do what I love to do. So that's very rewarding. I think just constantly being in his face dude reminds me of that. What do you do when you want to kind of? Take Your Business up much to call in more when something you do there. There's a lot of things so I I definitely work on. I have my own little kind of spiritual practices or my energetic practices. Where I do some journaling. I said intentions I start to visualize what that looks like at visualize myself stepping into that next level. I travel I love to travel. I look to be out to be away from the computer. I always say like my best ideas. Do not happen in front of keyboard or in front of Instagram sometimes can be very draining for me to be in front of a computer for too long so I I love to do things like get out and walk around and I live in New York so I walk over over the city in that inspires me in that keeps me in a good space. Yeah just continuing to to do things at like. Fill me off and feel good so I just want to kind of shift over a little bit so you have a new book out. Yes and this is your ninth. Wow It's also about the book so the book is called girl on fire and I am most proud of this book more than any other book that I've written. I think it's my best one yet. I went through so much in the process. So I'll give you guys like the short version of the story so many times but my dream was always a book in. That's why I started my blog and got into coaching. And when I wrote my first book I wrote the proposal. The proposal I wanted a book deal more than anything like I wanted. My Carrie Bradshaw moment with a book deal and having my Book Launch Party and I had this whole kind of vision land out for it and I'm onto getting literary agents and we shops the book to publishers and the Book wound up getting rejected nineteen times so like nineteen. I told you I didn't know that there were nineteen publisher is out there. I am you know that that many existed but there were and the book gut rejected and then at that moment I decided okay. I could let these people choose my future news my path or I can go ahead and publish and at the time the self publishing industry was really getting James Ramping off. It was in favor of India Amazon created a platform now called Katie. P that allowed authors published with no overhead costs no fees in all so. Obviously you spend money on your designer in your editor but it was really cheap to do it and you get a great royalty rate much more than you get from publisher so I did that and I self published my first book I self published four actually and then girl code which was the fourth was the one that sort of put me on the map. A lot of people know me from that book and it took off and it just did really really well and at that point. One of the publishers actually rejected new years ago. Came back and anger random house. They sent me an email and they're like love your girl ugly red it. We Really WanNa work with you on your next book. End Up working with them and they not only not only. Did I do a new book with them? They actually bought the rights to girl codes that we could expanded even further in get in bookstores in airports foreign language translations and all that stuff and I thought at that point that my dream come true because I finally had his book deal by. I wound up actually really disliking means higher process. A realized quickly that it wasn't for me that I loved self publishing. I love being independent. I love the able to choose myself. I didn't want to have this big team. That really didn't fully understand my vision and it didn't work for me. Let me down a lot of ways. It's very antiquated model. And I missed it. I Miss Self publishing so when I wrote a few more bucks in between just workbooks poetry. I did a lot of different things. And then time canes right you're on fire and I was. I knew I wanted to write almost like a follow up to girl code which is a kind of a roadmap female entrepreneurs so about coming together and sisterhood in living out your dreams and I knew I wanted to write a follow up but I wasn't sure what that was to be as soon as I allowed myself to be really honest about how upset I was with my book deal in that whole process. That's been girl. Fire came out in. The book is really just about lazing your own trail doing things your way not waiting for a middleman. Come along and give you an opportunity. It's about creating your own opportunities choosing yourself realizing that you're good enough. We said earlier. Like why not you buy. Can't you be the one that changes the world that helps people? That does what you WANNA do and lives. You know your dream leg. So that's what that book is about. I'm just so excited about in Scotland. Such a great response. Anything for anyone starting out in business. Even if it's I mean even if you're not in business for yourself especially if you're thinking about creating something in the world whether it's writing a book or music or art or starting a business like you have to read this book and I guarantee you it will literally light a fire under you do it. Would you say that girl girl code is the first kind of pre book and then girl on fire? I don't think you need to read them in any order. I think it's just whatever like I always tell people to read the description on Amazon Amazon gauge. And you look up. I read the Blurb. Read the description and see what speaks you. You know some maybe girlhood lead at the moment maybe growing fires. What you need to have workbooks on there. I mean I have like nine bucks was w well. Just read the blurb and see what call. What's calling to you then go from there? Yeah absolutely none that. I've read your books and I have them so I loved girl code loved like she owns the place and I am not finished a girl on fire but I have started it so hopefully. I'M GONNA finish that out now and my trip to India. Oh that's amazing by the way congratulations. That's so exciting. Thank you. I'm excited for it. All right so great so we have lots of tips from you and seeing kind of a little bit into your mindset. And what's gotten you where you are now but if you had to pick kind of one best piece of advice or strategy for a coach it's trying to build their business in the beginning maybe to scale up where they're kind of feeling stop. Would you say to that Cell Assayed again? I said this earlier but I just want to reiterate it like stop looking around in your industry. Stop comparing yourself to other people. Stop thinking that you need to do it the way that it's been done before. I think when you free yourself of that needs to constantly compare and to constantly compete even if you don't realize you're competing you allow yourself to be authentically you and you allow yourself to really stand out and create thing that the world needs. We don't need another cookie cutter copycat. We don't need another Tony Robbins. We don't need another O'Gara we don't need another. You know whoever art like we we need you so if you're deluding yourself with other people's content at your constantly consuming that you're going to start repeating content. You're gonna not even realize it seen it happened. So many times new coaches they follow someone in then all of a sudden all their copy looks like that. Percy's inch I don't even think it's on purpose. I think so influenced by them and I think it's a good thing they're influenced by you have. There's a fine line right. Who allow yourself to be inspired but not imitate someone right? There's a very very fine line so I think that's my best advice. Just surround yourself other entrepreneurs. I think it's important to be around other people but a lot of my best friends are jewelry designers or you know fashion stylist real estate agents like I. I don't really. I have coach friends. Obviously but I really don't consider content and I love them but I'll tell them you're muted on instagram. Because I can't read your

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Didn't shut up about it. It from the rooftops like I'm a life coach but no at the time. I mean a instagram really. We were on instagram because I went into. Wfan twenty eleven right so this is a long time. I think I got an instrument like twenty thirteen or something so I really had faced buccaneers twitter and I use those tools. I talked about everything that was going to. I remember doing like facebook. Updates talking about training talking about when I got my certification like just everything and I got people really invested in what I was doing. I got excited about it because I was excited about it. When the time came to start promoting my work I remember. I think I actually. I had a few private clients but I started with group coaching. Because I did the master so I became certified in Group coaching which I actually still to this day. My favorite thing to do and I just got these groups together you know and I think one of the things that was held for me was not overcharging in the beginning. I don't want anyone to confuse this with me. Saying charge what you're worth. I think we're all worth a lot and I think the work we do is incredible but I didn't want to make it so accessible to people. I WanNa make coaching acceptable. I wanted to people to feel like they could afford it and I could also get the practice you know so I remember doing coaching programs and I would do maybe like I don't know four or six week program in charge nominal amount. It wasn't anything crazy but I was learning in the process of it. And I you know. Word of mouth started to spread. Someone would suggest the program to a friend or coworker and then China just took off from there. I actually remember your first group program. I was in it. I remember the price I remember. It was four weeks and I think it was one hundred forty nine dollars. It was an incredible group coaching. You put together materials. Which kind of made it feel like of course but it was a group coaching. And you had you curated your audience right from the beginning. The girls in there were amazing. And we all kind of meshed you know and it was really great. I loved it. I try to do things as much as possible. I can with with students or grads in. I just felt like that was going to be something exciting. And it definitely was and it took off from there so I can. I can personally attest to that price. I was actually trying to think of that. Like what did I charge and again? This was like what I mean. How many years ago at this point Debbie is after master? Yeah so yeah seven years ago. Yeah and it's grown from there but it's taken me a really long time to raise my prices to get to this point of really spent a great deal of effort and time and work building my platform. So I think again like not to Tony One. They should not charge what they feel their worth. But I think I do see that happening a lot. That's a lot of new coaches. Get discouraged because they overcharged for something and maybe they are not at the point where they can deliver at that in the beginning you just. That's just what it is. You need the experience of the time so you get the experience. Don't be afraid if don't feel like you have to be where someone else's I've been doing this for ten years right and and I think also that speak to that a little bit more is that you have to get a certain people to notice you right. You have to have visibility in order to start charging that definitely looking at you know coming in and I helped my client start the beginning right. Here's your ace price. Do this for two or three clients or two or runs of your program or whatever. Then let's go to the next level and you just kind of incrementally come up to where you feel like you're you're program should be priced than and. I definitely agree with that. Just I think the coaches that come out with higher prices in the beginning they feel that failure right away in that can set you back And I just don't think that's gone away round navy. It's it's the way to build your confidence is to start small insist slowly building Nothing happens overnight and I think like having. Patience is one of the most underrated skills you can have a new business owner absolutely absolutely so thinking assigned when you first started. What did you have any limiting beliefs? And what were they? Yeah I mean I just I always I still do. Sometimes I still have to work through it. I still always hope that I can deliver. I still always hope that people feel like it's worth it to them like. They're getting everything that they need out of it but what I remind myself Of is that unskilled untrained. I'm intuitive you know I'm passionate and people need to also show up for themselves in a coaching environment. Select your client needs to be coach. -able you know and so it's not all on you. I think as long as you're doing your best and you're pushing through those blocks in showing up anyway and giving all there's a certain amount of faith that you just Kinda have to have the whole process and not every single experience is going to be perfect. I think that's something to understand to just get better with time. So in the beginning if you fumble a little bit or something. Maybe doesn't go the way that you envision to go. It's okay it's not the be all just keep going and that's what always remind myself up. Let's just keep going. You love this. You can't imagine not doing it so just keep showing up and giving it your all. Yeah that's awesome in so when you think about just showing up just to keep showing up one tool that you used when you realized you had limiting beliefs to to kind of get past it so this is actually something that I learned from our coach training. You know writing down limiting beliefs and writings out another beliefs to challenge it so if something felt like if something was making me the all like I couldn't do a good job I would feel stuck in some way. I would think about my past accomplishments other things I had done. Well you know experiences I had had even if it wasn't in coaching because I was so new but thinking about the success I had my corporate job Michael Cave. You can get promoted and you can be a manager of this team and you've gotten performance bonuses and you. Donald these things like what makes you think you can't do it in this industry. You know so really. Just look sometimes. It's just writing it down on a piece of paper writing limiting belief crossing out and then writing the new belief underneath that and just realizing and really truly believing in yourself and realizing that the the real truth is that you can do it in the belief is just a belief in you can choose your thoughts and reminding myself about all the time like I'm choosing my thought some choosing to leave the good. Did you have a lot of support when you first started or or not you know I did but I also definitely have people who thought I was crazy who thought that life coaching was like a scam. I heard a lot of people saying that to me like Oh what is life coach? It's taken seriously and I didn't care. I really just blocked it out. I really just focused on the people who were doing the things I actually. My friends believes me but they didn't really get it and same for my family so I think I really just surround myself with people. I went into facebook groups with other coaches and other entrepreneurs night try to surround myself with people who got it who really understood. I had to work. I mean. I grew my coaching practice in my writing career while I was working my job so I was at MTV for eight years in a corporate position and for six of those eight years. I was coaching and writing. And I remember when I was going to leave a lot. People were nervous like people really thought it was crazy. How are you going to walk away from the six figure? Career your director. You're climbing the corporate ladder. You've got your own office. You've got all these direct reports. What are you doing and I really had to dig deep and believe in myself in believing my vision and realize that people weren't going to get it. People were not going to understand it but I looked around and I said well there are always other people who are doing it. So why not make right exactly? Why not me? Actually I love that. You said you were six of those years you were working on your side. Gig RIGHT UP So what what kind of pushed you to say? Okay I'm done. I'm I'M GONNA quit. I'm going to do this fulltime. I was coaching on the weekends on the evening. So like all of my spare time I was taking on clients and I was writing my books and I remember like a for a few months in a row I was hitting a level in my side hustling com. That was coming close to my full time income and I remember at that point thinking to myself. If I could just have more time I could earn the rest of this money to be able to pay my bills and I would constantly take out a calculator and like added up. I'd be like okay if I do this. Coaching program in this many clients and sell this many books. Like I could do it so it was a little bit of faith in believing that could be possible but also a little bit of strategy and I really recommend anybody who's going out on their own like give yourself some time to build up that hustle like do not just jump with no money coming in because you're GONNA wind up miserable and you're GONNA have to go back and get some kind of crappy job that you're not happy about it. Set you back so I initially wanted to leave in twenty thirteen and I thought that I was ready to do it. And then at the last minute I freaked out. I got full speed. I waited a whole other year so I left in two thousand fourteen and I didn't have a lot savings. I got a bonus. I got like this performance bonus. 'cause I had done well that year and Ernest was like seven thousand dollars or something. That was all that I had the bank so I was like. I gotTa make happen. I have to earn his income and I actually did. I think I either double Triples my income that first month from what I was making an MTV. So I proved to myself that I could do it and obviously I had been doing it for months but with the extra time I worked with. I never worked before that first month. It was October I. I don't know what happened but something took over. It was like a meeting all of this stuff and it works awesome. That is that's amazing and like you said it was a high profile job and you're making you know a lot of money director and so it's tough sometimes to pull yourself from there and have that faith in yourself but I I think I totally agree with building up the side Hustle. I to a point where at least you have some planning or strategy when I see some coaches doing are going to quit my job so I can Venice You know forty hours a week. Doing this My coaching or my entrepreneur. Heart's desire in then. Yeah the after a couple of months. They're like okay. Let me go get a waitress job or let me go do this. So

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"The only thing I really got out of. It was the people because. I'm a people person I loved being around people. I love meeting people from all over the world but the main thing was it gave me a means to allow me to provide for my kids my family and be able to enjoy time with them so that was a very small portion of my life during that twenty five plus years and so I realized that I needed to find something else so I set out to find something that could keep me working with that diverse with a diverse group of people but provide for me and my family while actually being able to enjoy life. Be Healthy and enjoy the work that I do so I went online and started looking at some possible ways to work from home work for myself things along those lines and after are kind of looking and looking and looking at different contracting positions and work at home opportunities. I came across a coach position and I thought well I've coached a lot of people individuals teams etc in my career and it was part of my job as a manager supervisor executive and it could be something that you know this. This coach thing could be something that would be a good fit but once I read a little bit more. I realized that this was a different kind of coaching. And I wasn't really sure what it was and so I said well I'll just go out and I'll learn more so I did some more searching and I did not searching basically around life. Coaching got some information on that and I really liked the idea of helping people in a different way helping them to really find their own answers and to know what was best for themselves versus me telling them what was best for them or me telling them how to do things so why was. I was doing more searching. I came across the school and I found World Coach Institute. Wti An Alley Hernandez who is the director. And I set up an appointment. Allie learn more about coaching in general the school and the certification process. And I liked what I heard from that conversation so I signed up for the course lots of tyrod from that first class. I knew this was my calling. Helping people find their own answers believing that they knew what was best for themselves and just helping them by giving them a process to help them figure it out that resonated with me to my core and I felt like everything. I had done everything I've been through in life led me up to that moment and I was so excited about it. I want to do is keep learning and to get started my business so I went on to take some niche certifications and then a master course eventually. I got my Board certified coach credential through the Center for credentialing education. And then just three years ago. Wind up with Going for my ics credential for the PCC. But when I first started out I was volunteering on a site called recovery nation where I had done some website work with the owner previously. So he had invited me to come on and do some volunteer work on the boards. I coaching so I learned a lot there really about the coaching process. I was building my skills. It was honing my craft and I really enjoyed it and I started. I actually eventually became the director of now. I run that site but back then I needed to make an income and although I enjoyed the volunteering and I was learning a lot from it I had to start to put myself out there and it was scary to think about putting myself out there. But it's what I started out to do and I said I'm going to do it so I started to do all the things that I learned in school. This was about two years in after my certification. I started to do the things that I learned in the school. W I provides a business builder which is really cool. It gives you kind of the basic. Start Your Business but what I realized was that. Although all that information was valuable it wasn't as simple as just kind of putting up your website putting your name out there and that the clients were gonNA come like knocking on your door. So I started following other coaches opting into their lists other entrepreneurs as well attending webinars seminars. Kind of all the free things that I could get my hands on and you know when you think about all the free things that are out there helping you to figure out your target audience. Learning how to market lead generation oftens. Email has like all those things I started to feel really lost in all the information and trying to become an expert in everything. I was getting really really overwhelmed so I sat down and I said you know I really need to start the info that I was exposing myself to and the time and energy I was putting into all these free resources because you can get lost in that you can spend days doing that. And then you're really not moving forward. Your Business Right. So I narrowed down my focus to five coaches and on skips unsubscribe from everyone else and that though. That was much better. I felt like I was making some headway. I was learning specifics. From these coaches that I felt whose content was really helpful for me and it was good. I was I was moving ahead slowly but I realized it wasn't enough I didn't have any regular clients. I wasn't making enough. Money was sporadic client here. And they're really cutting support myself. Let alone grow my business and at that point. I knew that I desperately needed some help because I could spend years in that same situation and I didn't know how to get out of it and to move forward so one day. I just kind of had a lightbulb moment. Even though I had been following the coaches seeing their offers you know seeing the free content as well participating in it for some reason. There's like a block there of like. Why wouldn't you hire your own coach? And not everybody. But a lot of coaches kind of. Don't tie that into like. Wow we could actually get help from somebody that's been there. That's done that in for some reason. That never came up for me before but this one day. It did kind of light bulb moment. I woke up I was like why don't I just hire my own coach? And of course it wasn't that easy at you have to get the money. Figure that money part out but I said you know want. I'm really GONNA do this. I'm going to figure out that money park and so I went to my first coach and it was a group program because group programs tend to be less expensive and it was full of great content and greet Resources and so through that program. I learned about taking structured action. So not just waking up and saying okay. What am I gonNA do today to try to forward my business but really planning it out and taking those steps could lead to a plan right that you create a plan you get up the steps together. They're going to push you forward in Your Business and you take that action every day and after that things really started to come together for me around that time I was also teaching it w a couple times a year and eventually became the training director. Which I'm still doing today. But as new students came in as I started to kind of move forward in my business and get more confident. Get more clients. I saw that the new students coming in. We're kind of going through the same things that I went through and the same things were happening to them. That were happening. That happened to me when I first started my business and so I realized that I could be a resource there. That can really help. So the first thing I did was I created a facebook group Master Coaching Biz. And I started and it wasn't called that back then but it's called that now and I started focusing in on helping new coaches get their business started. Just basically getting their first clients taking that structured actions starting to market things on those lines and as I saw the the need grow more and more new students coming in started reaching out to other people that have just been certified at different schools. I just started to see Kinda common theme and I thought you know what? What can I do to help? These new coaches and I really started to develop a passion for helping the coaches to establish their business to be able to create their dream business and support themselves doing what they enjoy doing. Because that's what I was doing and I thought if I can help others do the same thing. Wouldn't that be awesome? So the next thing I did was I created my master coaching Biz. Twelve week bootcamp. Which basically takes you through laying down that foundation taking everything that you've learned about your coaching and putting it into practice and taking that structured action so getting clients marketing. Getting your voice learning your your target audience using the language just you know basics to get started and I also created some other products of course support coaches over the years and eventually I also started supporting entrepreneurs that support coaches. Because we're all kind of in the in the same arena right. We we hire V. As to help us We will more able to actually and we hire graphics people and website designers in and so we're all on the same space and eventually I saw that entrepreneurs were having the same problems and so I thought okay. That's a good focus. I'm going to support coaches and support those. That support coaches so as I started to do that. I really wanted to start making a bigger impact and I was trying to think of different ways to do that. My Passion really is to touch a million lives out of that million lives being able to have an impact on the coaches that serve them. That's really where my passion is helping coaches so that they can have the impact on the world that they come to coaching for and of course to help them with their livelihood and their family and to just enjoy life and have a healthy balanced life so I was listening to an episode of style. Mind podcast which carrot is the host there and a awesome self help and self realization podcast and while I was listening to that particular episode. I realized you know what this is. A great platform to us to reach more people. Kinda those Aha moments and afterwards you go like Da. Why didn't I think of that sooner? And I thought you know what that would be a great platform for me to be able to help coach on a larger scale. But also I'm able to bring in other people to help those coaches and so being able to provide guidance and support and inspiration from me but also other successful coaches and entrepreneurs that can help bring about that change that we're looking for and help coaches to design the life of their dreams to make a massive impact on the world and help them to build inspired successful and profitable businesses. So that's what brought me to creating this podcast. So on the PODCAST. We're GONNA have interviews with successful coaches giving their best tips and insights on getting clients. Business building mindset health balance along with the entrepreneurs that support coaches that can give strategies and tips on all the tasks that we feel like we have to be experts at in the beginning and learn everything and until we're able to outsource it and then we'll also have trainings inspirational messages. Themed series all kinds of things basically based around everything coaching so. I'm really excited to bring this out into the world and to realize my passion to reach a bigger audience and have a bigger impact on helping coaches to develop successful on profitable businesses. If you WANNA learn more about successful coaches please go to successful coaches dot com. That's where you can see basically everything about me and the business in if you'd like to follow me for some inspiration and daily quotes you can follow me at coach. Cheryl Fakher on instagram. I'm also onstage book and linked in as well and really. I'm just excited. And we already have some interviews lined up for the next couple of episodes so I hope that you are able to listen to those and really just want to say that. I'm excited for this adventure. I hope you'll join me for it and I hope that you get a lot out of it so thank you guys very much. Have a wonderful rest of your day. See on the episode. Bye Bye thank you so much for listening in today. I'm so glad we got to spend this time together. If you love today's show. Please consider leaving a review on the apple podcast APP. So other coaches confined the podcast for more information about me. Visit SUCCESSFUL COACHES DOT COM for daily inspiration affirmations. Follow me on instagram. At coach Cheryl factor too short a semi a DM. So I can say hello until next time to your success..

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Won't say she's perfect to launch. My podcast I'm so excited that she accepted in. I WanNa just say that I have Cara all while on our show today and she is going to be talking to us about all things. Coaching out everything that she has going on as well. Cara is a master life coach and multiple bestselling author. So Hey Karen. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm Cheryl. I'm so excited to be here. In congrats on the PODCAST. They know it's GonNa be incredible. Everybody who's listening right. Now is in for a treat. Thank you so much. So let's get started. Tell me a little bit about yourself and what you do so Like you said. I'm a coach author. I live in New York City born and raised here in New York. Always wanted to be a writer. That's really how my personal coaching journey started. Wanted to write a book I started off with the blogs can build my platform and quickly noticed that the story is that I was writing about. Were really centered around personal development before. I even knew what that was an even know what that meant. We used to call it self help. I guess is like you know. Twelve years ago that I started this log and I started writing stories for women writing about my like my own journey. Kind of giving tips on how to live your best life sharing what I was going through and I was getting a big response from readers might very small readership but I was getting a big response on that snow readers women who really wants to connect and they wanted to take it a step further than just reading a blog post or maybe one. They reading a book when I decided to start coaching and I didn't know what life coaching was. I knew that it was something that I felt like. I could explore that. I thought would help me help others and I signed up for WTI and Cheryl. You're my trading director. A teacher and I learned from you and I really fell in love with the coaching process and NAPA team. A big part of my career. That was totally unplanned. Like I said I just I wanted to be an author and I did go on to become an authored written nine books now. I love writing. I Love Sharing. But I do love coaching. Soit really do a blend of the two. I've got podcasts. And my whole brand is really centered around helping women live. Their best lives. Might brand is felt. The Champagne Diet was actually inspired by an actual loss of pain. Many years ago women effort instantly. I think we think about champagne. We think about celebrations and we think about hosting to something and it's always it's very special. Opponent exclusive event. When you open a bottle of champagne. I really wanted life to feel like that every single day you know not necessarily with champagne every day. Although I wish that were taking the time to be thankful for what you have in taking tech to celebrate the good in lives and just looked better awesome. I love that and I do love champagne diet the the blog that you started. I as soon as you became a student I went and checked it out. So that's awesome. You've grown that so much into different areas but like you said centered around that effort. Present life that self development which yes. It was called self help when we were younger. Think but yeah so awesome so tell me in the beginning kind of mindset. Did you have when you went into? You started with the blog small by but then you went into coaching. What was the mindset there when you when you first started coaching? I really just wanted to help people genuinely. I had no expectations when I started coaching. And I think in a way. It was a blessing that I really wasn't looking around the industry. One of the tips that I always give new coaches is like. Don't subscribe to every single email. Don't do every single Webinar. Don't overwhelm yourself with other people's content. Really focus on why you do what you do and why you want to do it so for me. It was really just thinking about the kind of woman that I wanted to help and work with. And I really didn't see a lot of coaches like me in our industry you know. I love to go out of fashion. I love you know. I live in New York City. I sort of had this kind of pink like thon lifestyle. Very lighthearted I wanted my brands really like include all of that. I wanted to be ran for women who love pink and glitter in Champagne. And all you know like a different approach to personal development so I knew that going in that was my mindset. I wanted to really speak to the woman like me that could identify with that. Love sex new city that you know that whole vibe. Though I really didn't take in other people's content religion look around my industry. I just knew that I had a mission. I wanted to speak to the woman who not probably in a pig off like me Robbins. Maybe she would at some point but a very different kind of style personal style which really ultimately is personal branding which I really didn't realize at the time I was doing you know so my mindset was just really observance and wanting to inspire others and dude in a way that felt fun so so thinking along those lines you wanted to help women and you knew that pretty early on so that that can be difficult for new coaches right to figure out. Who Do I WANNA help? 'cause we're trained you know the training is. You're trained to coach anyone on anything right because it's a process of coaching that you're learning so when you go to think okay so now. Who Do I want coach coaches at thank? You know I can coach anybody. So that's what I'm GONNA do. I'M GONNA run out there and I'm going to coach anybody and then you have people like US army anyway saying Hey. I really think that you need to niche down so that you're heard it can be noisy out there right to you knew early on. But when you're when you're helping your coaches and entrepreneurs figure out their niche is what is what is the the advice are the kind of take. Give them to be able to choose well. I think it's about what you connect to. What is exciting to you? What kind of a person would you want to help you know? Does that person look like you? Maybe five years ago you know. Does that person look like someone in your family that you're really connected to that. You feel like you've gone through something with them and now you WanNa take that and help others and expand on it. I think it's just about looking at your own interest in your own passions. I know I probably wouldn't be passionate about coaching doctors. Let's say you know because I just I don't have connections at. The medicine is not something that I feel drawn to really think about. Whatever it is you're excited about in about what speaking to you again. Don't look around the industry. Like I see a lot of people becoming business coaches because they think is coaches a really successful but they've never actually run a business so they try and they fail and it's not sustainable So really think about what speaking to you for me. It was really speaking to someone who was in my shoes a couple of years ago. I wanted to see slightly younger version of May and I think I still doing a lot of ways again. It doesn't mean you only speech those people I kind of. I didn't realize I wish at all until like I took a look around as great. I kind of do but I feel like there is now. A my brand is really involved in developed in se to a lot of entrepreneurs a lot of coaches on a boss. Babes if you will but what I had planned to do so I think you start with one re people that you want to work with one type of ideal I n allowing yourself to grow and expand as you grow expands and so thinking usually our ideal clients in the beginning anyway our previous version of ourselves which you kind of just said so for you. What was the previous version that you were targeting with your champagne diet to start with the? She was the girl who was. Maybe you know wanting to get a relationship. That wasn't good for her. She's the girl that he wanted to learn to love herself and her body a little bit more. The girl who knew deep down she was really unstoppable fierce and wanted what she wanted life but something was holding her back. There was something she was still listening to the voice in her head. That was telling her she wasn't now. She had limiting beliefs that were holding her back. She wanted this big fabulous life. That was maybe other people didn't really understand and she had to get the courage to move past that she had to get past. Those roadblocks she had to learn to believe in herself. And make it happen and really be okay with standing out and maybe not sort of going against the grain a little bit in sort of stepping up from the status quo instead just turned out and being being you. Yeah and being authentic who she really is you know and I think this goes for a lot of people men and women. We tend to think that there's one way to do life. We kinda going PAT. They're like okay. This is what I should do. I should go to college. Actually get a job. I should buy the House get married. Have kids whatever you know in no particular order. I guess get a job retire. And then what di- that's just so boring to me and I always felt like might look different and I think a Lotta people want their lives. Look different but a lot of people get sucked in and they feel like they're they should be on this path and they wind up. You know some people sadly at the end of their lives feeling like they weren't shooting themselves. There's a study that I've written about many times and it was done by a nurse who I think she was in Australia and she was working with people who were basically in hospice care so they were on their deathbed and she started interviewing them and she asked them. What is your one regret in my like? What is the one thing that you wish you would've done and the number one regret of the dying was? I wish I would have liked. Lives like that was true to myself. Not what others wanted to me so that really drives me and my work and it drives me in my coaching to kind of help people in cover like what is the thing that you really should we WANNA do. Because I think a lot of us are scared to even admit that to ourselves right absolutely agree when you were starting. Your coaching journey. How you know. How did you get your first client? How did you get into the into the coaching? So I just didn't shut up about

New York City Cara WTI US writer Soit director Cheryl di Robbins Australia
"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

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"master" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

"Hello and welcome to Master. Your coaching Biz. A podcast for rising coaches and entrepreneurs who want to design the lights of their dreams and make a massive impact on the world building inspired successful and profitable. I'm your host Cheryl. Fakher Master Board Certified Coach Trainer Icecap mentor-coach International Speaker and founder of successful coaches enterprise. I believe that every coach has a unique gift presented the world. And I'm humbled that. I've had the opportunity to work with hundreds of coaches and entrepreneurs on their journey to mastering their business. Join me each week. As we explore all things coaching to master your business with tools techniques and strategies to create a market your products yet visible make an impact and grow your business. Listen in on interviews with leading coaches and entrepreneurs sharing their stories and best. It's to teach inspire and empower. Yoke observed coaching sessions participate in Cuna and learn how to Master Your Mindset to enhance your coaching skills. Are you ready to build the life and business of your dreams while doing what you love? Let's get started. Hey everyone welcome to the show. I hope you enjoyed our first episode with Kara. The other day I was very excited to have her as my launch guest today. I just wanted to take a few minutes to introduce myself talk about. Why created the podcast and give you some background on how I became a coach and some insight into what we're going to be doing on the shows we go forward was a lot of coaches have cadillac struggles in life that bring them into coaching. And I'm no different about seventeen years ago. I was in the corporate world raising my three boys. I was doing everything I thought was right to be successful. Get ahead Provide for my family and to make it kind of so we wouldn't have to struggle. I wanted what everybody else wanted. Nice vacation for my family a nice house kind of all the regular things that people want the only way I knew how to do it back then was to work really hard and really long and I was averaging about sixty hours a week still doing as much as I could with. My kids go to their sports games. Recitals coming home doing homework making dinner. At eight o'clock at night bats bedtime stories and then flopping in bed from exhaustion and then waking up the next morning and doing it all again and just doing that day in and day out looking forward to the weeks vacation that I got where I could take the kids somewhere. Nice not have to worry about work for a full week and other days where Potentially maybe I had a day off here and there for holidays with the kids. And that's really what I worked towards Being able to do until one day I woke up and I couldn't. I woke up that day in everything. Just shut down and it was very scary. physically emotionally and mentally kind of shut down and became really ill and especially The scariness really came in with the finance and the medical. Because at that time. Even though I've put in all that time and energy over twenty five years into the corporate world nobody was going to take care of me when I became sick and so that all went out the window and I had no financial security so it took me about two to three years to really get to the point where I could go back to work full time and it was a very scary time. I had help from my mom and help from family members and really seeing doctors and trying to get better and as I started to heal. I started to do kind of odd things here and there to help support my family. Things like Small website designs making graphics doing people's taxes things on those lines. I didn't realize that the time that I was kind of testing the waters of being entrepreneur but then I really started to think about. What was I going to do when I was able to go back to work full time? I knew I could go back into the corporate world for my health and I that bothered me a lot and it scared me to death to think I had to relearn something after putting all those years hours months into my corporate positions training learning but the more I thought about it though the more I realized that that life that twenty five years plus of working hard and long really just made me exhausted and miserable times and.