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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Male who worked with youth in Arizona. And as part of and I'm going to forget the name of the specific organization, but it's an Obama foundation organization working with teens who are at risk. And he moved to South Carolina and is now a member of a congregation there. Because he was so excited about joining our board and we are very excited about having him. He grew up in a reformed congregation in Arizona and very much sees himself as a reform Jew. And very excited to have him on the board. Another individual is a chew of color from Memphis who has a kosher catering business. And had worked in a congregation years ago and was on there for it, had stepped off and joins us now. At a different stage in her life. And ready to add her set of experiences to our expanding program offering. The last question is actually a question you really can't answer because we don't know yet, right? Is these folks represent a different kind of intentional curated recruitment process? And they join a 120 other folks. And I always say that you add one new person to the board and the board changes. This is going to be a real culture shift for the union for reform Judaism. And that entity that is the North American board. And the intentionality of creating a new culture that is a reflection of both what the veterans bring as well as the new folks is going will be one of the critical things that happens over the next year. I just wonder if you have any reflections on that because I think I've been thinking about that a lot. We're going to need your help. I think it's a big question because this is just step one and very needed. You can't go forward without it. On the other hand, if this is all we do, we will fail. If we don't think about how we change our structures, we will not succeed if we have to have everyone working in the same ways in the same committee structures and the same in the same conversations, like we have had for the last 150 plus years, we will not succeed because folks aren't going to hang around. If they don't feel like they have a voice and a way of making change in meaningful ways. So that's definitely the challenge. Yeah, and again, as we and I wouldn't blame them. No. That's not on them. It's on us. Correct. Fun all of us. It's on everybody to respect the group that has been a part has been leading the movement. You know, it's all everybody has a role in making that culture shift. But it is, I want to be really clear as we close out this conversation. Don't be daunted about the 39. Don't be daunted about the 150. The lessons in this and that's why I really wanted Daryl to speak with you today. The lessons are universal. Every single thing that Daryl said today is as relevant for a board of 12 as it is for their board of a 150. And when you add one new person, right? One new person to a board of 12. There's a culture shift and a difference and a way in which that group needs to be nurtured in a new and different way. And it's incumbent upon everybody to be thinking about that. It is just not enough to the think differently about recruiting. You have to think differently about how you operate, how you work together. What are the top to bottom? It's a big change. It's a big change. And maybe we'll fast forward a year from now and we'll bring on somebody from the board to speak to how that culture shift has what bumps in the road they had in lessons and takeaways from that piece of piece of the puzzle as well. It will be interesting to see, I'm sure we'll make advances as well as some unfortunate mistakes. There will be a lot of failing forward. But it could not have happened without an intentional process of really working to get the right people on the bus. And yeah, I'm sorry. So no, the one thing I will say, Joan, in today's world, there's so little benefit of the doubt, given, and that's the one thing I think we all have to ask from each other. It's just, you know, if there are things that aren't done as well as they could have been or could be, then let's can we have a little. Grace, a little benefit of the doubt. Yes. And will that can we can we get there? That's the one aspect of this that I continue to be concerned about because everyone is, you know, it's part of COVID. It's part of where we were as a society even before COVID. But I see it in so many ways right now. The ability of folks to be patient is difficult, it's hard right now. I think that's right. And I think this notion I just finished reading a book called subtle acts of exclusion, which is actually a very interesting take on the world of microaggressions, and they rename them subtle acts of exclusion because they're neither micro nor are they aggressions. And the base of part of the basic practical Ness of this is you assume good intention. That everybody comes from a place of good intention. And that if you level the playing field that way in terms of good intention as well as your deep, everyone has a deep and abiding commitment to the union for reform Judaism. That is the critical foundation to grace and patience seems to me. Let's hope. There you go. Daryl messinger. It is always a pleasure to chat with you. You have a really lovely combo platter of determination commitment and passion for the reform movement and it's always really inspiring. So thank you for joining us. Thank you, Joe. All right. Take good care and thanks for the work that you do and we will see you next time. Thanks so much for spending time with me today. I hope you found the conversation valuable as you navigate the messy world of nonprofits. Check out all my other resources at Joan Gary dot com. Hope you find them helpful too. Lastly, thank you for the work you do to repair the world in ways large and small. I'll see you next time.

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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

06:36 min | 3 months ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"You. Yeah. It felt let me tell you, I was a nervous wreck in the middle of it, 'cause I had to deliver in 60 days played. Boy, this committee rose to the challenge. And they pursued folks. They had conversations. And in the process, we spoke to a 150 individuals as well. And that has created that has created not everybody was ready. Not everybody could do it now. But it created a pipeline list that we have curated, and it kept, and we can go back to, and it's at least a starting point. But we didn't just call 40 people and get 40 nominations. Right. A 150, and we reached out in a blast email probably to a thousand plus, right? So I want to be clear, you know, this is a process, yes, was intentional, but it was incredibly open. And the key here was having those conversations and figuring out how to describe what it is we were looking for in order to get folks excited and willing to participate. Sometimes we succeeded most of the time we got folks noting for the future. And sometimes it just wasn't a good fit. Okay, so two more takeaways from Daryl's last answer. One, a committee that understands its charge. Knows what success looks like and for which there is some time sensitivity, not only can be successful, but my sense is they feel a tremendous sense of pride at what they accomplished. And this is the secret sauce of committee work that people just don't understand. That if you can actually get a committee with a clear charge, what defines success and get people going on it, it actually, it's not a burden on them. They're excited about participating in a mix them. It brings them even closer to your organization. So that's certainly something I heard and what Daryl said. And the second thing was they talked to a lot of people. What do you think happens when you talk to a lot of people? A lot of people know more, about who you are Jay is, what its work is about. And so they were also this just incredible team of ambassadors who were out there talking about the work of the URA much more broadly than a will you be on my board. It worked, there were, we were making it up as we went along, so it sounds a lot better right now than the way I remember it. The other thing I would say is this was a great group and they really, as I said, rose to the challenge. However, we could have done more to give them a not so much a script, but role play experience. With these conversations because they were talking to recommenders, they were talking to the potential candidates. They were talking to our staff members to get recommendations, and not everyone had all the information easily, you know, off their tongue, whatever the right expression is here. As well. And so I think we might have lost some folks because the sale wasn't done quite as eloquently as it might have been if we had just a touch more time and could have done some training. Well, and that's obviously those are the kinds of lessons you'll take into that the next chair and co chair will take into their into their adventure when the time comes. The nonprofit leadership lab is led by Joan Gary and is the world's best online community for leaders of small nonprofits. Learn how to raise more money, build the board of your dreams, grow a large audience of supporters and so much more. To learn more and request an invitation to become a member, please go to nonprofit leadership lab dot com slash podcast. That's nonprofit leadership lab dot com slash podcast. I'm talking a little bit about talk a little bit about fundraising. How do you approach that as it related to this whole notion of leaders and diversity and so let's talk a little bit about fundraising? So this was probably the toughest area. And it's part of the ongoing culture shift that we've had at the URA for at least the last 6 years since I became chair. We want to board to see themselves as contributing to the what I have used culture of philanthropy. And that's a culture that says that everyone is a philanthropist at any given level. And that what your obligation is is to be is to model generosity and a commitment through committing your own financial resources. Now, that could mean very different things for different folks. But it's one of the criteria we used for differentiating who might be on the board from those who want. And in some cases, there were individuals who said, well, you just want me for my money. And that's not the case. And I really, I can offer you so much more than money. And that's not the point here. The point is that each board member models generosity, philanthropic, willingness, and commitment. And so we ask folks to make a personally meaningful contribution. To make it one of the three largest annual charitable gifts

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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:46 min | 3 months ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Leaders of significant movement and reform Judaism. That is known as reform Judaism, a denomination of Judaism with the North America, the largest, most diverse movement they need to represent the full diversity of that movement. And be able to access and pull in others as they do as they do that representation. And having played a having had a hand in that governance restructuring, ensuring that these board members that this board had a very clear charge and a clarity of roles was very, very central to the work that was done. And then I used the word advisory because they don't necessarily have all of the governing functions you might think of for a board. On the other hand, they do have responsibility for increasing resources. They are there to help strategic and generative thinking and to advise the smaller governing board. And those are very important functions. You want folks who have perspective and willingness to express what they believe should be the vision and mission of the organization. Correct. Yeah, definitely. And in fact, we steered clear of using the word advisory board because we empowered it with a set of responsibilities and authority that really did not advisory board did not actually align with it with that. So you had this really tight timetable because of how elections happen at the URA. They're not rolling. But what impressed me was in our conversations about your approach towards you and Kerry working with the committee. Is how much time you took up front. The time you took at the very beginning as a committee to have thoughtful conversations on sort of what I heard as three topics, leadership, diversity, and fundraising. Now, of course, there's intersections, there's sort of overlapping. But let's begin with leadership. I'd love to hear about the conversation you're committee had. Because this is what it's all about, right? Every one of these 150 people are expected to play a leadership role in the reform movement and must see themselves in that way. So how did you and the committee talk about this idea of leadership and how did it inform the way that you went about thinking about recruitment? So oftentimes in the past, when we thought about leaders, there was a assumption made about what types of activities and ways that folks showed that they were, in fact, leaders. And when we really started to think about all the ways that folks can show up as leaders, we realize that our assumptions that you had to have served on your congregational board may be as its president. You were older because you were or had free time and had already raised your family and or for that matter had a family and financially able to take the time off of work. And so we realized that we're so many assumptions about who, in fact, could be a leader on this board that we wouldn't get the type of forward thinking open minded perspective about what was really going on in our communities today that we needed to be the mission there for this movement. And that we needed to recognize that while all of what I just described was great. And you want some folks with those characteristics. It excluded so many others. And so we started to think a little bit differently about leadership and how folks might express leadership and different ways at different stages and with much more heterogeneous avenues into the service of the reform movement. Did you come up with a different kind of rubric for those sets of experiences? I'm just curious that you're absolutely right, is that there had long-standing been sort of one picture. Had to draw a new picture. Well, first of all, one way you draw a new picture is you make sure you're nominating committee looks a lot different. Yeah. Right? So if you have folks that have a really wide swath of experience themselves, they can help see and access different networks. That are going to yield a different makeup to your leadership pool. So that's one way. The second is you. Have a conversation and it really was a conversation about what are the what are the limiting assumptions we have today about leaders. And are they in fact true? Because some assumptions are true. But there are quite a few that are not. For instance. Younger professionals don't have the time or the money. To participate on North American board. Well, maybe they, that's a lot of assumptions, right? One that you need a lot of time. And you need a lot of money. But let's not, let's not assume you need either. You may, in fact, find young professionals that have both time and significant capacity. And a very different perspective about how they can add to the organization and meaningful ways. That's just one aspect of this. Yes. The other piece of this as you and Carrie and the committee were working on this process was recognizing that the data suggests that Jews are not just found in congregations. And so that's a whole other piece of this is that the world of North American Jews is very different today from what it was 5 years ago or ten years ago. That is true. And we have by law constraint that we need to have folks be members of congregations to serve on the board. But we didn't make that the constraint for looking for a good leader. Meaning, if we could find a good leader and they were willing to join a congregation, we were willing to nominate them. And in

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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

06:28 min | 3 months ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"How might you tackle the task of recruiting 39 new board members? And how does that even happen? Well, it happens when you have two boards, one of about 30 that governs the institution, and one that plays a vital role in mobilizing, developing a leadership pipeline, increasing resources, both human and financial and enriching the high level thinking an organization does. And this second board has 150 spots. This is all happening at the union for reform Judaism, the largest organization in the reform movement. And you're going to find my conversation with the woman charged to co lead the efforts to identify a diverse slate of 39 folks totally fascinating. Daryl messinger has been a leader in their form movement since like forever. She was the UR Jay's first female board chair. And if that wasn't a big enough task, what happens is that the former chair then becomes a chair or a co chair of the nominating committee. When I think you're going to love about this conversation, is how Daryl and her committee approached the task. The conversations they had before they got down to the business of building a list of leads and prospects. Conversations not just about diversity, but digging deep into and thinking much more deeply about the set of experiences that build leadership. You'll find smart and passionate volunteer leaders in every nook and cranny of our society and I've met a ton of them. Daryl is something special and everyone who has the privilege of knowing her knows it. She joined me a while back to talk about what it looks like to be a 5 star board chair as the entire nonprofit universe is always grappling with the hunt for board members. Daryl has offered us very, very thoughtful insights. Greetings and welcome to nonprofits are messy. I'm your host, Joan Gary, founder of the nonprofit leadership lab, where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic adviser for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote speaker, a blogger, and an author on all things leadership and management. You can learn more at Joan Gary dot com. I think of myself as a woman with a mission to fuel the leadership of the nonprofit sector. My goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue I know that nonprofit leaders are grappling with by finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today is no exception. Daryl messenger is a woman with a mission. She is a national leader in the Jewish community who invests her time and resources to work to create an inclusive Diane namik 21st century Judaism. As an investment manager and communications executive, Daryl has a long and impressive track record of working to grow and scale businesses. She also plays a mean game of pickleball. Hi Daryl, how are you? Great, Joan. Can't wait to take you on on the pickleball court. Just a matter of months here, I think we're going to have our first championship tournament. A tournament. Yes. See Daryl messinger doesn't play pickleball. She organizes tournaments. That's what you need to know about Daryl's DNA. So let's start here. You would think that after being the chair of an organization, the size of the union for reform, Judaism. They might go easy on you. But no, the prior chair gets a really big job. Goes on to become the co chair of the nominations committee. What's the thinking about that trajectory in the U RJ's sort of governance strategy? I think it's a holdout quite frankly. I'm not sure that it makes any sense at all. For the immediate past chair to be the nominating chair. It's why I had a co chair who had been the trustees committee chair. Not that long ago and had really great knowledge of who was currently on the board. As chair, you might be a little less in touch with that. About who just came on and who might be more attuned to who just went off. And that's not necessarily the characteristics that you might be looking for in your next board. It's the thing was the thinking that you knew the board well as the chair and would thus be best suited. Because I don't think this is uncommon. I think a lot of times people who are charities. I think this has been the custom, and it wasn't something that we really examined when we went through some intentional governance changes. However, I think going forward, it may be something that we look at differently. It is why we went towards a co chair. And had for some time now had two individuals, the immediate past, and someone who had been close to the current recent nominees help with the process. Right. Now, I open this, I opened this podcast by talking about filling 39 seats and I think it should be made clear to all who listen, that there was not some mass exit. From the board of the UR J, maybe you can just briefly fill people in on how it came to be that you were filling that many seats. So it is a, as you said, an advisory board of a 150 individuals. And about a quarter of the seats are filled every two years by new folks. And that math gets you right around that number. So I talked a little bit about the role of this entity. Some people think of advisory boards as sort of boards in name only, sometimes they don't have a very clear charge. This is actually a very different kind of group of a 150 that had to be curated quite carefully because they have a set of real responsibilities. That is unlike what some people might call an advisory board. Right. I mean, I think you outlined those responsibilities, this idea that they are the 150

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"Sri Lanka's acting president has declared a state of emergency which gives him broad authority amid growing protests for him to step down The state of emergency was imposed only a few days after rain week re messinger took over as a transitional president the move came after protests demanding his resignation have continued in most parts of the country with some burning his effigy The new president took over from his predecessor gotta buy a japa who fled abroad and resigned after months long mass protests over the country's economic collapse a new more permanent president is due to be voted in by the country's lawmakers and a few days

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"messinger" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Carol i am so pleased to have you join me to get all touchy feely today. Well i'm delighted to be here. Thank you so much john. So let's start by getting on the same page about vocabulary stanford calls this transformational class. Interpersonal dynamics i also hear a ton of people use the acronym e q. I mean i even use it. If i'm talking about someone who reads others. Well who seems quite authentic in their relationships. I might say i think this person has really high q. Help us with definition of terms. Are they similar. Different of a cloth. Talk to me. Yeah so the termi emot- e. q. Was coined by daniel goldin and in a in a now Very famous book and Came out actually. We just celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of his of his seminal work and emotional intelligence or e. q. Is he defines. It is about a set of competencies that essentially Include self awareness. self-regulation Embassy the ability to motivate others and and social skills now one of the reasons that his work was. So seminal was that he legitimized the need for social for what we call the soft skills right in business and in fact what his research showed was that the people who were the best at the soft skills actually were the ones who created the highest performing organizations and were the most successful

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"messinger" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"The guy love just cowboy bleep hanging out with the dark order remember last week and i said hey he's going be challenging in a ten man tag team match dark water versus the super lead and if they win than a hang messinger shot at omega and then the darker is gonna taxi tests remember. Not so they lost very odd booking all out september fourth or fifth. Y'all guts is it going to be done. Brian is gonna be sem park. I told you guys are they. Signed right has been official. But that's when you go into the big wu carbon eighty rampage. The friday night show is coming up. It's going to be premiering this friday there'd be in chicago siham punk. He's going to be there supposedly but why are we derailing. Hangman pages momentum. He's literally helped. Bring you during a family's fan base. And when the fans came back they were ready for it and they were stoked. And you're delayed the wife or a rematch of mega. You're not going to make them punk. I really have no inclination for pump. Debbie challenging for many titles. He's on taker level. And for anybody who's purist listen wrestling. Don't get your knickers and a bunch. It's okay when i say taker is at once taker. Hit his certain years into The business he didn't need the championship anymore. He can still be a spectacle guy he gets kinda. Get those three matches or less. You're getting him in. Roman reigns at wrestlemania naturally..

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"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"I think usually when it's the author about themselves it feels it feels. It feels better in some way. Which i suspect is why you got that kind of feedback on the other thing by the way about about tablets is that i can read it with the lights out in bed and now i can hear my wife cackling in the background because my kindle only remains vertical for about a nanosecond before it collapses onto my chest. But i do. I like the idea of reading in bed there. You go so. I refer jim collins on the podcast which was so fantastic and i know you rave about him. I mean you've raved about him during workshops and retreats and gosh in a bunch of places did he live up to what you thought of him when you when you talk to him about the flywheel in good to great and whatever else. He came on the and discussed with you. I thought he was. He was even better and i. I'm laughing because i. I don't think i ever have had a guest who had listened to so many of my podcasts. I know that was right. So like i had I had done a podcast about being a great board chair with my with my friend. And colleague daryl messinger and like he threw out her name and she'll she called me and she's like. Oh my gosh like did you. Did you feed that. did it. On his own. Yeah he did. He actually really did his homework and I was really impressed by that. I was impressed by his authenticity. His genuine and suzy azam about doing the podcast and And i and. I really think that that's it's it's it's interesting because there was a lot we had to go through to get jim collins to say yes. He accounts for all of his time right. And i mean you know this better than i how hard we had to work to book him And so you often think that when you've worked that hard to book someone that they see it as sort of some obligatory nuisance.

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"messinger" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"The candidates really need it really need it is like know like like the families put so much emphasis on it so why not so. We said yeah. Let's do it so all those features and benefits that that constant feedback loop. We have with our community. I mean i. I kinda like get tangled. When i think about what we've been able to build the relationships that you know the myself co-founders have with our with our advisers on platform. It's really it's really special are we. Are running out of time. Which i expected because i had a million questions the so in the last five minutes when get to a couple of things that we've spoken about Can you give us some advice. as a founder of a company. What advice would you have for other our advisers for your position who have an idea to start software company. What are some of the mistakes you may that they that you give them a warning about. If you're looking at billing some type of wealth tech you know we have to build our own solutions in this industry. Many times I would say be cautious. Who work with from a development standpoint. We did have some false starts. there will be built. Some prototypes So i would make sure that you're definitely It's considering an rsp process you. Don't just meet with one and they sell you meet with you. Know two three one of the things that is kind of guided us to whenever there's something we're looking for it be legal advice or counting or developers get three quotes. Get three quotes. Make an informed. Decision right curate. That don't just take the first one that comes in the door and that really has served us well From finding the right price finding the right partner. That's you know line with our values because we're mission driven so we need to find partners at mission driven and that's kind of another piece of that you know putting that was like an rfp. They'll just take the first offer you know. Make sure you're doing your due diligence for hiring people for bringing in outside consulting all those things so that privacy something that served as well but bernd us early and speaking as someone who runs a consulting firm i can say watch out for consultants be.

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"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"Institute's budget is allocated to charter cancer. Sebastian strong's partnered with leading cancer research institutions around the country and actively collaborates with other childhood cancer foundations that support their key belief. That kids deserve better. Better treatments that are outcomes and better lives. Please help sebastian strong foundation to continue their mission but making a donation spreading the word about eating out at cancer or getting involved. You can do that by visiting their website at sebastian strong dot. Org that sebastian se b. a. S. t. i. a. n. s. t. r. o. n. g. dot. Org you can also follow him on instagram and twitter at subs strong. That's s. s s. T. r. o. n. g. or facebook strong so joe the one of the features. I want to go through with you. That are really think are cool about college and pro. He talk about the the apples to apples. Comparison and how you do differently than other tools or other while why parents can't do the same thing. Yep well. I think one thing when we set out to build our advisor workstation. It was really bill like as a financial planning software. I think a lot of the applications out there for this solving this thing are really built for the consumer. You can't really manage a lot clients in it. So ours is really you know built to the akin of money around capital where you can manage your clients. And it's really built on seeing into the future rights when i think about like the when we talk and dan like. Here's the four year. How much is going to cost you. What's your budget. What's your delta. what's your loan. What's your loan payment. So if everybody can see that i call like future me right like if you could help somebody see into the future because our job as planners is to help people see into the future what the impact of these decisions are but a lot of times with college were accounted were accounting for the past because we have this big bomb at the end where we can help people more proactively planned more proactively see you know and then also the other part of that is. Everybody comes in with their four or five schools. If they're interested in but often times all of them are way out of budget right so with advanced search tool you can shop for schools like you can shop like the shot for airlines on orbits. So you can tell it you know..

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"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"One hand stays up. I said that see now. Look at this because we have. We have an issue here because seventy three percent of parents either. No more concern is how to pay for college navigate the process yet ninety nine percent of you say we don't do that so we saw the opportunity there to raise. The bar called funding device. It's a huge concern speaking as a parent who has gone through it three times. And i'm a avid spreadsheet maker. Whenever i'm making a decision to financial buying a house or a car Probably too much but we also do the did it for college because you so hard to keep track of what college said what what scholarship did they get. What do they get So yeah having an automated looking and seeing the of your software Why did not have this. But there's there's lots of calculators out there that do college occupation and planning every every Every college has a calculator that does things as well. So how will you different than just a calculator that figures college costs. We set out on a mission. It's really like how do you build this thing from into end because all these pieces it's people spreadsheets these calculators. Everything so bifurcated. We said how do we help. Guide the family through this process. You know it's really like. How do we guide families help. Parents be the hero. Have great outcomes for kids so if you start with that why you know the solution becomes to build itself and we built this island spreadsheets for years and we go we do the calculator. Get what they call an. Emc we go to school and get a net price calculator trying to get an idea what it costs But the reality is many of those net. Price calculators are extremely misleading. Our our software's actually more accurate more sophisticated than the net price calculators on the websites themselves for the couch A case in point a concrete example. We're yet to find the net price calculator on the school's website. They can quit for a divorce situation in..

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"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"Student graduate with little or no student loan debt without robbie mom and dad's retirement and really what we feel to do that number one. We have to raise the bar in college funding advice in the industry. If we do that we can end the student loan crisis at its 'cause doing things proactively instead of reactively and to do that you know. Our goal is to empower advisors with the right software training support community to help them have success. Helping families make more informed college bein. Decisions great overview. so i i we're talking earlier. I have three daughters. Two of them have gone through college. So i went to this experience on my own and not know advisor was helping me no sulphur. What's up me. And i've just done the third. She's just going to start in september. But i really could have used your software but the question is you know. So why did you found this company. What was the impetus behind starting. Yes kind of my story. Right is I've been in the financial services industry since two thousand one And so this is my twentieth year. I guess we're we're working on it. I worked for big companies for about a decade rose through the if it was a poor decision but got into leadership about five years in and help build sales teams and run regions and kind of burned out on that For a number of reasons but my partner. And i saw huge opportunity to number one. The feeling movement was beginning so we wanted to go to feel only platform. We also saw a huge gap In college funding. And how this whole thing works at the time. So i'm i'm about thirty two at that time it at the time. My my friends graduating from grad school law school. Nba's those kind of things and they're coming out said. Hey even financial for a long time. How do i work with these loans. And how do i do this. And i said i have no idea. We've never been taught at but you've been a financial planner for ten years. How are you. How do you not know this stuff so you know we compete. Continue to unpack that. We find out that like. I've asked top advisors from some of the top firms in the country. Nobody knows how financial aid works. Nobody knows how this thing really works. We're never trained on. You know that's what we found so. We saw a big opportunity in fast forward. We start capstan. Wealth partners which might ara in columbus ohio and we work with families for seven eight years. And we're still doing that today. And in the industry started calling saying hey what are you doing..

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"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"You should go to. Their website led away make a donation especially since they're having a fundraiser. Right now Kayaking to key west a kayak trip to raise money for cancer research for childhood. Cancer research and They kayak from miami always key west. It's a great event to raise money for cancer research. And they're partnering is a school to partnering with the miami dolphins who are matching all of the donations. That are that have been made in the next couple of weeks of up to one hundred thousand dollars so please go to sebastian strong dot. Org and donate some money. You're helping hewer childhood cancer and here we go with the interview. I'm excited to welcome to the program. Our guest joe messenger co founder and ceo of college. Eight pro joe welcome. Thanks for having me great to be unhappy your here as well. It's been a while we we have a couple of star since starts this as this happens when with busy executives trying to line up Meetings and i'm.

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"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"There's so much emotion wrapped up in this college by decision. So we're saying. Can we help families shops smarter. You can have a runway and you can be proactive instead of reactive. And we can give you a a predictive outcomes of about ninety percent accuracy or out of pocket and we can have those conversations when there are sophomore junior. Not when you have award letters. We've created price transparency. We're going to give you a net cost projection of every school three thousand schools in the country and the reality is every every family is gonna pay the price. It's kind of like when you sit on an airplane. You know Everybody might have paid a different price for that sate and it's very similar in a college classroom. Joe messenger was frustrated. He was frustrated that there were no resources for financial advisers like himself to understand how.

"messinger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"messinger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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