35 Burst results for "Multi Million Dollar"

New Multi-Million Dollar Emergency Radio System in Montgomery County

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

New Multi-Million Dollar Emergency Radio System in Montgomery County

"Just two years ago, Montgomery County's public safety radio system, the one that lets first responders coordinate with each other while responding to emergencies was suffering from spotty coverage. Now that has changed. Montgomery County's got a new $42 million public safety, radio system and Peep hearing. Her public information officer for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service calls the new system a big deal for public safety. In 2019. There were a series of communications outages with the new system, he says. We have already seen some enhanced coverage, radio coverage and some of these high rise buildings hearing her says There have also been improvements in areas of the county, where communications used to falter like near the Tri Delta, your reservoir on the Howard County line and along the Potomac River, where first responders are frequently sent to tackle water

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Patrisse Cullors Claims She's a Marxist yet Has a Multi-Million Dollar Portfolio

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | Last month

Patrisse Cullors Claims She's a Marxist yet Has a Multi-Million Dollar Portfolio

"These people can be very persuasive and socialism has been one of the most successful ideas in human history. Successful at what successful it failing. It has a 100% success rate of failure, which remains unblemished every single time. Because of people who are very eloquent and skilled at grifting like Patrice Cullors. But again is one of the co founders of Black Life matters, hers. She proclaims. She's a Marxist Marxist organizers. Socialist, you know socialism from each according to their abilities to each according their needs were based on her multimillion dollar portfolio. She needs a lot and she must have some really spectacular abilities. Because the whole essence

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Pipeline CEO: Ransom Payment 'Hardest Decision' of Career

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Pipeline CEO: Ransom Payment 'Hardest Decision' of Career

"The colonial pipeline's chief is defending his decision to authorize a multi million dollar payment to hackers last month Joseph Blount says it was his call it was the hardest decision I've made in my thirty nine years in the energy industry the F. B. I.'s urging companies not to pay ransomware demands fearing the payments will just encourage more attacks but Blount told a Senate panel the pipeline shutdown led to a gas shortage in much of the eastern US he worried about how much worse things would be if he did not agree to pay that's an unknown we probably don't want to know and it may be an unknown that we don't want to play out in a public forum the justice department's recovered much of the four point four million dollars colonial paid Sager mag ani Washington

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The son With The drug Problem Became the Face of The Biden Family

The Dan Bongino Show

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

The son With The drug Problem Became the Face of The Biden Family

"Today because I don't like hunter Biden. I've never met the man. I find it disgusting and offensive that his dad knew his son had a drug problem and thought it was a good idea that his son with a drug problem, become the forward face of the Biden Crime Family syndicate. And then he put his son overseas to take money from foreign countries. While Biden was the vice president and his son had a drug problem. I find that pretty disgusting people like lunch bucket. Charlie's such a good guy. No, no, ladies, gentlemen. Good guys. Don't do that. Good guys tell their sons with drug problems. Maybe you should clean up your drug problem before I have you do a multi million dollar deal with a corrupt Russian mayor. Better idea. Let's not do that deal at all.

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Colonial Confirms It Paid $4.4M to Pipeline Hackers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Colonial Confirms It Paid $4.4M to Pipeline Hackers

"The head of a company to shut down a major east coast pipeline response to a cyber attack is admitting it paid hackers a multi million dollar ransom the CEO of colonial pipeline told the Wall Street journal he authorized a payment of four point four million dollars in crypto currency to a gang of hackers who broke into his computer systems sources have told the Associated Press that in exchange for the ransom colonial received the software decryption key required twin scramble their data network just a plant told the journal he knew it was a controversial decision but he felt it was the right thing to do for the country he agreed to the payment because the company didn't know the extent of the damage and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the systems back online yeah shut down on may seventh led to panic buying and shortages and gas stations from Washington DC to Florida Jennifer king Washington

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

Real Estate Rookie

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

"Like we're doing everything we can to try and sell it but how did not going through that process. Maybe i wouldn't have bought the six or seven short term rentals that we have in the last eight months or so so i thought it was a really important thing. I didn't wanna pass up on that because everyone needs to understand. That failure is a natural part of success. And no one who's achieved extreme. Success has done so without failing multiple times long so thanks for highlighting that hundred percent that is actually A huge reason. Why i wrote my book. Most of it is about that sucky part of the journey. It is not look at how great we are in how successful i am. It is actually look at how much sucky things. I had to go through to get to a place where i was somewhat better than before and oh and now the floor just fell out again and there's an earthquake and there's there's a swarm of bees and it's just a tuesday in the entire book. Is that explanation. Because if you sometimes notice if you go to the business book section a lot of the books are like and then we p owed and then we sold it for two hundred million dollars and you're like well. How did you hire receptionist. How did you get a business license like. Nobody's talking about that because they don't like to talk about the crappy part so this book is the good the bad the ugly and the beginning and the middle and the squishy horrible other parts attached to it. And that's the journey. So don't be fooled by entrepreneur magazine and forbes like it is not a perfect road to success period. I love those vaccines but sometimes they paint a funny picture like vogue with skinny people. Like you don't have to be need. You can be normal. Because that's what the rest of the world like ellen. I'm curious what your thoughts are. And you're not an expert in all things but you know. I just love your mind. I want to share with the listeners. How do you balance kind of using those people that have achieved success as motivation without falling into the trap of like comparing yourself too much. Because i think there are times where it is good to look at those successes and kind of use that as motivation. But how do you not overdo it to the point where we just like constant comparing yourself now holding yourself back yeah. It's a great question. And i know a lot of successful people that still struggle with it and i definitely have to recognize what i'm doing that or if you're not in a good mental state don't go on social media like that is the last place you need to go to recover going on instagram. And just being like my business isn't doing very well right now. Let me just go stare at the fake part of people's lives to make myself feel better. This is not going to happen so for one. I'd say chill on the social media when you are not doing well you're feeling down about whatever it is that's happening in your journey your career get out there in the world. Go get yourself inspired. If you are down and out about something go to the beach for iran like go to the park look at nature. Just get out of your head. Is what i'm saying and at least for me when i put myself into action. Whatever action that can be painting could be cooking. I love cooking. It's very therapeutic for me. It gets me kind of snapped out of it. I'm like a rate you're done like good job. He used you felt your feelings. Now what are you gonna do like keep going and that is just you feel them. You find them. Don't ignore them..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

Real Estate Rookie

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

"I'm the king of short term rentals. Leave got quite a few spread out across the southern california as well. But you know i guess what i want to back it up a little bit because you come to something that i thought was really important for our listeners. Understand because ash. And i talk about this quite a bit as well as that you said just start small and whatever the next easiest action is like. That's what you should be focusing on. Get people the routes that haven't done any real estate deals yet and they're asking me questions about like you know what happens when i get. It's like five deals. Like how do i get financing after that point mike. Slow down where you gotta get deal numbers. I like you gotta focus right like. Don't worry about how you scale worried about how you get that first one. So here's a question for yellow. This is you know it's not. You're not an expert on all things. And i'm just curious what your thought processes. But if you're trying something new and you don't really know what that next. Step liz you know. How would you go about educating yourself. Because i think that's sometimes would hold people back as well as like. They're not even sure where to start where to begin. You decided with that first step should be. I don't even over think the first step because frankly the first step is probably gonna be the wrong step. So why the hell are you worrying about it so much. You're gonna make a mistake. Those first aprons. I made were terrible but if i hadn't made those first aprons i wouldn't have made all the mistakes that i had to make to get to the next place and there's a line in the book that it says when you get somewhere get to the next somewhere we gotta get yourself in the car and get yourself to the first place to get to the next place so i thought on that is like what is that saying. That is drive new. What is something that you were extremely excited about. If it in this case is starting a business or doing real estate okay. Woven circling open houses like it's not rocket science. Get yourself in an environment where you're around people doing the thing that you want to do and observe them and watch them somewhere. Start reading books. Like that's why it worked at these restaurants. I was trying to learn how to run a restaurant. And guess what i realized. I didn't want to have a restaurant. But if i hadn't done that and i had actually gone gotten alone and started my own restaurants. I would spend a lot more money figuring out that. I hated that before. Just going in like learning and trying it firsthand. Which is what. I ended up doing and then because of doing not i was able to come up with head. Leeann bennett there and went on a completely different path. That has absolutely everything to do with food but yet nothing to do with..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

Real Estate Rookie

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

"Have a company called headley and bennett. We are in apron. Kitchen gear brand based out of los angeles. And when i started our company almost eight years ago we began as really a custom apron. Work where business for just restaurants and through the years it's really evolved into this directive consumer brand that outfits not just professional chefs but home-cooked is well all over the world. So it's been an exciting in amazing journey that. I just got to summarize into a book that i just finished. I'm very excited to push it out into the world and thank you for sending your book to us to. We've really enjoyed it and going through it. The thing i want you to tell everyone is how you actually started. The apron company is the that moment where you realize you were gonna jump for it. It's a moment. I think that actually happens in a lot of people's lives and sometimes you take the leap and other times you stare at the leap and maybe decide. You don't want to do it. But i'm a big believer in just doing it in trying and failing and getting back up again so that is exactly what i did. I was working professionally a couple of restaurants. I wanted to have my own restaurants. And i had gone to culinary school and i had this opportunity that just punched me in the face. Basically i was standing in the restaurant and where it was working. The two michelin star restaurant and then at the same time was working at another restaurant so fine dining and normal dining at the same time so you can imagine that was like a wild simultaneously and at one of those spots. Joseph santana my chef ran up to me and said. Hey there's a girl she's gonna make aprons. Do you wanna buy one. And i had been thinking about a chef coats in howard. Uniforms were just the worst. The fabric was paper. Stanage didn't look good at all and being a professional chef is a bit like being an athlete. You gotta show up and no matter. What comes your way if the push through to the end of the evening and get all the dishes out.

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From No Experience to Multi-Million Dollar Business with Ellen Bennett

Real Estate Rookie

02:04 min | 3 months ago

From No Experience to Multi-Million Dollar Business with Ellen Bennett

"Have a company called headley and bennett. We are in apron. Kitchen gear brand based out of los angeles. And when i started our company almost eight years ago we began as really a custom apron. Work where business for just restaurants and through the years it's really evolved into this directive consumer brand that outfits not just professional chefs but home-cooked is well all over the world. So it's been an exciting in amazing journey that. I just got to summarize into a book that i just finished. I'm very excited to push it out into the world and thank you for sending your book to us to. We've really enjoyed it and going through it. The thing i want you to tell everyone is how you actually started. The apron company is the that moment where you realize you were gonna jump for it. It's a moment. I think that actually happens in a lot of people's lives and sometimes you take the leap and other times you stare at the leap and maybe decide. You don't want to do it. But i'm a big believer in just doing it in trying and failing and getting back up again so that is exactly what i did. I was working professionally a couple of restaurants. I wanted to have my own restaurants. And i had gone to culinary school and i had this opportunity that just punched me in the face. Basically i was standing in the restaurant and where it was working. The two michelin star restaurant and then at the same time was working at another restaurant so fine dining and normal dining at the same time so you can imagine that was like a wild simultaneously and at one of those spots. Joseph santana my chef ran up to me and said. Hey there's a girl she's gonna make aprons. Do you wanna buy one. And i had been thinking about a chef coats in howard. Uniforms were just the worst. The fabric was paper. Stanage didn't look good at all and being a professional chef is a bit like being an athlete. You gotta show up and no matter. What comes your way if the push through to the end of the evening and get all the dishes out.

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

Real Estate Rookie

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

"This is real estate rookie. Show number seventy six. And i guarantee you the people that are more willing to show up into run no matter what hits her face. Those are the ones that are going to be more because they don't care about being uncomfortable. They recognize that. It's part of the journey of becoming sessile by name. Is ashley care. And i'm here with tony robinson and as we get through this episode you'll notice. There's something very very different about him. Tony breaks the news of the got a huge announcement guys as of last i no longer.

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Click Funnels and Branding With Henry Kaminski

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Click Funnels and Branding With Henry Kaminski

"My guest. Today is henry kamensky. Henry gotta start as a self taught graphic designer and eventual brand consultant defying the odds to build a multi million dollar business over twelve years. He's brought his particular expertise that building click funnels to a remarkably diverse range of business owners and professionals from musician. Jon bon jovi and fabio vivani to internet marketing expert russell brunson the latter of whom named henry the million dollar brand dr. Thanks so much for joining me today. Henry diane what an intro. Thank you so much for having me. you are welcome. Thanks so much. Purveying here so i wanna to start with. I have a question for you that branding and then you know i have a bunch of other questions for you but We will go from there. So we'll you explain to the listeners. How branding helps with sales conversion absolutely. So let's define branding the best way that i've learned it as a person expert in this space for over fourteen years. It's the gut feeling people get when they interact with you. Your business product or service. It's that old saying you know what they say about you. After you leave the room that is ranting at its best and i got this definition from mardi new mayer. He is a god in the branding. Space he's wrote books like the brand gap the brand flip And a few others. And when i came across that definition from him it really really resonated with me so when a lot of people think of branding they think of colors think of what it looks like and the the logo and website and all that stuff. Those are your brand assets but brand. Is that feeling that connection that experience that people receive when they come in contact with your business.

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Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit

"Police officer who has not been publicly identified shot. Actually, Babbitt is she was trying to enter the House speaker's lobby on January six, her family's attorney told The singer News and multi million dollar lawsuit is in the works, claiming the officer shot Babbitt for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, pointing out the 35 year old was unarmed. The forthcoming lawsuit comes after the Justice Department said it will not pursue charges against the officer. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland. New covert 19 variant is making its way around the world Daily

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Actor Zach Avery Arrested for Allegedly Running Multi-Million Dollar Movie Ponzi Scheme

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Actor Zach Avery Arrested for Allegedly Running Multi-Million Dollar Movie Ponzi Scheme

"Handsome, rising Hollywood actor busted for masterminding and nearly Million dollar Ponzi scheme. It sounds like a great movie, and I'm sure the real life victims wish it was Zach Avery, whose real name is Zach Horowitz was arrested on Tuesday he is accused of bilking investigate investors out of more than 690 million bucks by claiming he had movie deals with his contacts. You know, he's an actor. And he said, I have die of deals with major outlets like HBO and Netflix. And he showed them all this paperwork of documentation. It was all fraudulent. The SEC says there were no such relationships. The paperwork was a fake. Instead, they say he used the dough to fund a lavish lifestyle shocker, including a multi million dollar home $100,000 trips to Vegas and other luxuries. He was released on bond and faces up to 20 years in the

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Hollywood Actor Zach Avery Arrested In Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Hollywood Actor Zach Avery Arrested In Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme

"Year old California man is under arrest, accused of running a quarter of a billion dollar Ponzi scheme involving movie distribution rights. ABC is Alex Stone has detailed $127 Million and see amount that federal prosecutors here in L A, say Zachary Horwitz, who goes by the screen name of Zach Avery took from investors. They allege he promised their money would be used by his company to acquire licensing rights to movies and H B L a Netflix and agreed to distribute abroad. But the money was actually going to pay earlier investors and to fund his own lifestyle, including a $6 million home. He's due in court next month. Alex Stone, ABC News Los Angeles

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Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

The World

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

"Over the weekend, 22 royal mummies were transported from their old home the Egypt Museum and reach their new home in Cairo at the Jess Open National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Transfer mummies. They didn't just put them on a flatbed truck. No. Farrell's Golden Parade was a multi million dollar event on Saturday night, downtown Cairo seemed like a set for a Cecil B de Mille extravaganza. Special dramatic lighting performers in ancient Egyptian costumes, horse drawn chariots and, of course, that stars of the show 22 mummies. The 18 kings and four ancient queens were transported in nitrogen filled boxes fitted with shock

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22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

Bryan Suits

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

"Mummies have been paraded across the streets of Cairo in a ceremony fit for Kings and Queens, Theo 18 kings and four queens were transported three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations in special tank like Shaq. Serving vehicles. The multi million dollar event came complete with an orchestra dancers, a massive police escort and a visit by the Egyptian president. It reignited talk on social media about the curse of the Pharaohs, which has been blamed on recent events, including a deadly train wreck a month ago and the ship that blocked the Suez Canal for more than a week. Egyptian officials say there is nothing to the curse and the transport went off without a hitch. Amy

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"And all they're going to do is add the right quarterback and get a couple of breaks and they have more of a chance of getting and making a playoff run but of course raiders. Can't even make the playoffs again about a run khalil. Mack go into the bears is way better. Anything did well to to the. I doubt this this. This is a tough one. It's how much is he paying you ryan. Well you know. I don't make a couple of money. Shrew todd couple what. I'm talking horses arm. Chris at a row rob gs in their working. Some objects table whatever. Yeah you know. And then he's like you don't want those guys to win you know they got contracts they make money like ooh. James harden forty fifteen and ten. What yes. I simply operate out of fear so whoever runs may the most. We'll get the point. So let's see who gets this last one. The third and final take for all the marbles. Raji says that costco is the best store of any kind in america. Raji you have thirty seconds. Oh this is the easiest. Take to argue. Because there's only one store in america that you can buy everything from birth diapers to death coffin and that's a costco. You can do. A wholesale prices aren't even just that. I know that. Kobe ruined a lot of stuff. But they given out free samples to anybody who walked in there. You didn't even need a membership card. Just walking with someone who had a membership card. But i'm with them. You get yourself a free bagel by papa. You're gonna get yourself a free ice cream shake. There's nothing better in the world than costco costco. Why because they're getting you to buy forty rolls of toilet paper that you don't need forty rolls of paper towels for what to take up space. I don't need that when i run out of toilet paper. I'll buy another role and they had those knew what a hot dogs are. So cheap there. A dollar hotdogs. Could you need a four dollar alka-seltzer the wash down. Are you kidding me. You don't need to know who king big row. You're not paying attention last year when everybody was buying toilet paper with a pandemic. You know where you can go to costco. You're cool for the next nine months. That's cosco get yourself a lotta toll. Free number two cosco..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Now magic is great but if you're only doing greatness on one half of the court it's hard for you to be a top five player of all stopping rob. Gee what are you talking about. You know what why is neighbors magic. Because he was that good. What are you talking about. He only played what side of the cord and you know what all of his accolades the five championships he resurrected. Karima dudes cooped jabbar's when he came to the lakers. That team was turned around immediately. He had that kind of impact. Twelve time all star stop it. Nba finals mvp three times. One three mvp awards style actually rob. He got the nickname magic. 'cause he played dungeons and dragons in his basement. And then have that game. Look like i say he's a great player and what he did for the lakers and the nba as a whole is nothing to sneeze at. But until you can say with a straight face. That magic johnson was even an above average defender. How can you put him above guys. Who were two way players now. I think we all agree. That lebron jordan wherever you want to do it. But the fact that tim duncan kobe bryant. Were all first team defenders. Almost ten times each is just. That's the separation between them and neither of them won like magic johnson. Magic made his teammates better. And for your defense rob guess. Who's ranks twenty first all time in steals in nba history. That's right magic johnson. No he wasn't the greatest athlete so he wasn't a great individual defender. He had instincts and he got a lot of steals. His defense never was a liability. He wanted high school championship college championship. Nba championship in the span of four years deeply arguably the greatest individual game ever as a rookie game six over philadelphia. Forty two fifteen and seven. Yeah we extra mad is blasphemy. Well as far as i'm concerned as i said today i have magic power so the only magic here today belongs to me So point goes to rob garra..

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Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

Chris Salcedo

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

"Sue Travis County officials for overriding governor Abbotts order to not require mask sexes. Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Austin and Travis County officials over their decision to continue requiring mask wearing in public In a 25 page petition filed Thursday in Austin action as a state district judge to block Austin Mayor Steve Adler, Travis County Judge Andy Brown and City County Medical Director Mark S. Scott from Enforcing their mask mandate. Don Smith w B A P News as part of a multi million dollar partnership. Tarrant

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"Au perfect yan for the audience. I'm going to put everything on the show notes. And if you d m e or julia. I'll even do this have you. Dm julian she tells me someone that listen episode deandre using the word. Slick talk club. Then i will give you a free. Invite for claus. Gave out invites for what you think you. Let's let's up the ante on that the first five people that. Dm me and say slick toke. What is it the worst. I put slick talk club. I dunno 'cause clubhouse right dam may put slick Club where he had this podcast of i five people i will give a free e book to so Let me naar. And i would be happy to look. I'm giving my answer five this this books for awesome. Yeah now even put the instagram into the show notes as well so that we get the dm's going as awesome. Well thank you to use instagram. Thank god for millennials. Right those awesome. Well juliette you're amazing and you're like such a four. It's five pm here. I've been working since six. Am i'm still jacked up from this conversation that i could probably start working a couple hours so love it. This is awesome I just wanna to being on the show. And i can't wait to see you in the club club outside israel the audience and then of course Dropping this episode and make sure that everyone listens gets value. Thank you so much for having me on your show i will. Of course well slick talkers. All show notes will have the links below. Go ahead check them out. Reach out if you have any questions and we'd love to help and you have been listening to slick talk. Thank you so much for listening. We love your support and wanna provide the best. We can to all our listeners. So please find us online social media and on spotify apple podcast and google podcasts..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"What happens. Is that yay. Y'all being reviewed but diarrheal subbing review. It's a how cool is that that the guests being reviewed their on very best behavior and naive hoping for a little pat on the back side. So they're going to behind themselves. They're not going to have parties. The national labor missy room number three is that. Abm bay listing on. Airbnb is gonna make you as hotel. Pull your socks up. You are going because you're being reviewed rot on that. Yes she can be reviewed on the there are other review platforms. But if you get a bad review on airbnb for having hair on the pillow will something really minor. It can actually kill your business so you got to make sure that you are offering everything that you possibly can to to obey bay against that coming through just trying to think what else. Oh this is super important. You'll stop number four. You'll staff on going to thank you because suddenly not only are they dealing with Can be fricken rude. Sometimes it can be nope very nastya staff but in this case because of that recipro- gorbulin. It's all coming back to that platform. And this is. Why up dealing with them is that you'll housekeeping staff on going to walk into a clean room you a guy to have like your receptionist. I going to polite mended people who are not going to be demanding And just think that you will find that you'll you'll stoffel be very thankful nether lots tip i'm gonna give you is is probably the scary pot. So we hear a lot of the meteor back be in a lot of parties and that it's all connected right. So it's normal bells and whistles however i can count on one hand how many times i had to deal with an incident in mark properties and i had i had probably five or six thousand people Sties actually more than that. Because i had four or five hundred people not any other people probably five incidents. I recall that absolutely turned my stomach and made me second. Guess what i was doing this. But he's the clinch. This is why you wanna be on airbnb because if the worst happens if you will gain in the room is trashed..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"You must have been a bowl just going after all these people it. It's interesting says i guess is two sides of it it's getting the listings but also had managed that operation and had to deliver the services. Because that's a lot of properties that's a lot of logistics that go into that so let me let me start with that saw fast. And then i'm gonna tell you how we go. But the lead all the properties So the first thing was. I strive to knew that i wanted to work on my business in it and to do that. You need a really good team. So as soon as i had about five properties. I actually found my first car. I now this This is a gentleman by the name. Glenn glenn was seventy three. When i took him on hayes. He had come to the end of his advertising career. And glenn i had worked together selling book advertising so very different. But he got to the end of his career. He wasn't ready to retire laugh. He said julie cannot do something for you. And i said yes. Have you got a mop heavy. Got a bucket and do not have a work of beckham cleaner. And he said did. And i said well he's five properties. I want you to look to those. And in the end he had ten properties. But he's your little franchise. And i looked at it like a business opportunity for this. This gentleman i said he's your his franchise of ten properties. What i want you to do. Glenn is i want you to co-host onto my main airbnb. Pry false at all of the properties were listed under. Julie on a bambang. Glenn came on as a car. Host name blend named was able to take care of all the messaging for those properties. He would succumb introduce luck when they would say hi. Julie i'd like to start your property. He'd back home. This is glenn on my car. Has julie then. People didn't neither come into a business. I just love coming to julie's house so they thought glenn was my my dad or my own la whatever they want.

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"It was going into a trust account and trust account as if people aren't familiar. It's a a bank account. You just can't touch by law. The government make sure that you are holding other people's money in an account that cannot be action for anything else other than at the end of the month given to the property aina and then you take your commission out so i think if anything it just gave me a bit of credibility You don't need to be a real stunt identify and that's the main thing. Is that you in fact. You don't even need you. Don't even need that hospitality. Becker he just say a willingness to learn and nothing bothering anybody who's listening to this podcast is doing exactly the right thing. Do your research re re good one here. My candidate you can read but read books listening to podcast get on clubhouse tap into some experts because the one thing i was missing when i started off was any help and there was nobody to mental. May those nobody to hold my hand and nobody showed me the ropes. Now there are so many people. Like myself or other experts in the field that i have got clauses that you can do and you can really just You can skip several the the mistakes that we might and then dumps right into funding the success story very true and the not having hospitality background like you just have to be okay with people. My one thing. I was telling my dad. He's kind of like the grumpy. Old man is on like maybe you should have talked to the guests like you can help set up everything. But you're kind of grumpy sometimes trial. I don't think this is a good idea but people like my mom would be great. Send daddy in. When they've had a party exactly exactly you'll be security. But just being able to go with people like i was that like you can communicate properly can have an imagination and be able to see a vision created Whether it's what you saw on your head or not I think is the fun part about that. You be as creative as you want. Go for all sorts of depressed. Multifamily single family home Beach properties city. You name it. There's so many options that can go into. So that's why i think is really cool about it With with that though in two thousand sixteen there weren't many tools like you said like nobody was there to hold your hand literally. You have ellison platform your camera and be able to create a title and a listing detail So pretty much. What my point is is like how the hell did you keep up with one hundred thirty properties at once and says this is where i need to put my hand up and say i have terrible with take. I have no concept. I had to get my twenty two year old son to show me how to use instagram. Chrome asleep bikes. If you're shooting in now and you'll take it. I i can.

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"It but then stumbled into wasn't stumble. I actually always had a passion for real estate. And on built up a portfolio of properties myself i iv's and. i really wanted to lend more. So i got into a dig my real estate coolest. I became a broker. And i found myself sitting in open himes on the weekends with nobody coming through and i was bored and i really felt like gosh. There's going to be selling more to this so So it was win. I could actually say the. That abe embiid chinese my my lawf- by giving me more money and a new this concept that i thought property investors at the that can benefit from the same thing that i've done and it was really about making that opportunity comes along with the stunning and property management company and and offering services to many of the houses and take a little portion of it myself To to manage the died. I operations of short term. Rentals so Yeah sorry. I've forgotten your question already. Okay it's okay say Guess what were the so. You're big your real estate broker. You have all these properties of all these open houses What i guess win. Did you really get into. Was this like your first property. The one bedroom apartment was at one of your own or that a customer or clients that you're listening for for sale or what kind of story so was mine. It was my eye. So i had some a few properties but that was the fifth one that i put on my iron and i would y site of people. If you even considering getting into this industry. Just try it out on your own property. I get a little property to to learn from because you're gonna make mistakes. You're going to have to learn how the platform operates a you need to understand how hospitality uprights i mean you know. Hopefully most of the people listening in have a hospitality background and heaven understanding what guest would want when they come to stay a nausea in a in a property that they painful know they wanting clean. Lean and wanting a good service. They're wanting oh swift replies to messages that type of things so but for those people who have never worked in hospitality or never understood that sauna things..

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Ahmaud Arbery's mother alleges "cover up" by police, prosecutors

All Things Considered

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Ahmaud Arbery's mother alleges "cover up" by police, prosecutors

"One year after her son was shot and killed while jogging. Ahmad, our Berry's mother is suing them in in jail for his murder, as well as members of the local police department and prosecutors office. Member station W A. B M I heard reports are very was 25 years old when he was killed in a suburban Brunswick, Georgia neighborhood last year, according to his friends and family. He was on a dog at the time. Three white men in the neighborhood, suspected him of a burglary and chased him in their trucks. Before our Bree was shot. There's been no evidence he committed a burglary. In the multi million dollar civil suit armories mother alleges local police officers were responsible for her son's death and that the police and local prosecutors conspired to cover it up. Robberies family has characterized his death as a modern day lynching. After he was killed last February. No one was arrested until a video of the shooting went viral in May for NPR news. I'm member hurt in

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Larry King's Estranged Widow Shawn Contests His Will, Claims the Two Were Working Toward 'Reconciliation'

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Larry King's Estranged Widow Shawn Contests His Will, Claims the Two Were Working Toward 'Reconciliation'

"The estate of talk show legend Larry King is heading to court as well. His estranged wife is contesting a hand written wittle written by the late television and radio host, which excluded her from his multi million dollar fortune. John King claims the two were working toward a possible reconciliation when his health took a turn for the

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Prince Harry and His Wife, Meghan, Expecting Second Child

NBC Nightly News

01:25 min | 6 months ago

Prince Harry and His Wife, Meghan, Expecting Second Child

"There's are some happy news today for two british royal transplant. Now making their home here in the us. Prince harry and meghan markle are expecting their second child. Sarah harman is in london with more. It's another royal baby. For prince harry and meghan the couple confirming. They're expecting their second child. Sharing this photo and writing can confirm that archie is going to be a big brother. Megan gave birth to their first son archie harrison in may of twenty eighteen in november. She revealed she had suffered a miscarriage writing of her heartbreak in the new york times and describing and almost unbearable grief after stepping back as working royals last year. The decision i made for my wife and i to step back is not one i made lightly hairy and megan started a new life in california signing multi million dollar deals with net flicks and spotify and swapping royal red carpets for zoom calls and everyone's and mental emotional wellbeing when they stepped away from the royal family harry and meghan gave up their royal highness titles as well as any public funding but harry did not give up his place in the royal line of succession in a statement. Buckingham palace said her majesty. The queen and the entire family were delighted and wish them well. Their new baby will be eight in line to the throne sarah harman. nbc news.

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The art of SEO with Stephan Spencer

SEO 101

09:17 min | 6 months ago

The art of SEO with Stephan Spencer

"Tell us a little bit about how much things have changed. It's been quite a journey. Free has been a journey for all of us but Alan on this wild ride. That wasn't just an internet business journey. It was a personal transformation. Johnny to i'll. I'll get to that in a minute but from an internet marketing perspective. Yeah things have changed a lot. I remember using web position. Gold and thinking. Wow this is really having to make a separate version for every one of these search engines of the same content just feels really nikki to me and and wasteful and stupid and. I just did not like doing that. And didn't do much of it because they hated it so much and thankfully that was something that just got became irrelevant when google came along when Actually when backrub came line which became google. Can you believe that was the name of of kids to their dorm room looking to name things. Funny thing names you know so. I just fell in love with google and wanted to figure out how to reverse engineer it and at the time we were building ecommerce websites as the primary business but baking. Seo into those websites became a fiction of ours and and for me in particular and then i realized that there are a lot of other kinds of websites out there and bigger businesses who would never hire a small agency to build an ecommerce site for them. Because maybe it's a huge brand like target dot com or something so we wanted to offer audits and standalone seo consultancy services beyond just making it into an ecommerce website build and That was back in two thousand or so two thousand two thousand and one and We've been cash. it's been It's been a long road and there've been a lot of google updates and it's not about chasing after the latest update. It's like driving a car using only the rear view mirror. If that's the case and my thet ford to the future of future proofing year Your business and Online business your website and so that would involve things like a and Scalable strategies things of course need to be pearly white hat not just pretty white hat and is to be you know super super white and stuff that you're comfortable sharing with google engineers and saying here's what i'm doing if there's anything you're at all not comfortable with you should reevaluate something. You are happy to to show off to google engineer or Be happy for your competitor. Discover when they're reverse engineering what you're up to in terms of seo than yeah you should reevaluate it. You've said you've mentioned reverse engineering a lot in the first couple minutes of this help take part of reverse of your career has reverse engineering big. Sounds like it's a big. Yeah so i figured out at pretty early stage in in my business career that i could not just reverse engineer google's algorithm but kind of Put a middleware layer between my clients website and the greater internet and thus i could Kind of search and replace real time things that were not search engine optimized on the core website but i would like to search engine optimize it and serve it up to and needed a proxy kind of middleware layer in order to do that. Because if i were to do that on the Let's say blue martini. If you remember that platform install it would take many minds. And maybe a million dollars to implement the changes that i wanted to see on the live site and so i invented a proxy reverse proxy technology Back in two thousand and three called gravity stream and that actually became the majority revenue producing component or part of the agency and a. It was a big reason why i was able to sell the agency in two thousand and ten because that was Like majority of the revenue was performance based pricing. We had client for example. zappa's We charge seven figures in Pay for performance Spend in a year's time because we were generating that much value for them. We charged on a cost per click basis. Fifteen cents a click so everybody wanted to sign up because folks who doesn't want pay for performance if you don't get the performance you don't get the value you don't pay for it so we bring that back down to kind of our core audience which is really people that are just learning about see. Oh just trying to understand how to get better at seo. What can they do at their level. What kind of things would make sense for them to try to reverse engineer without these big multi million dollar tools. Is there something they can do as as new people to really help them totally leverage yeah totally just off the cuff. Some examples here just doing a simple. Google search can help you to reverse engineer. Let's say what buzzfeed is doing in order to get so many links and and so much Click through nee click throughs. It's the the hook and the headline. That's kind of their secret sauce. They have the pick really good Images and they write the articles. Well and you know come up with great quizzes and all that as well but really it starts with the hook and then the headline and if you want to reverse engineer what they're doing as inspiration to raise your own viral content link worthy of viral content. So that you can get like they get. You might put in your topic. Plus site colin buzzfeed dot com in as a google search. And see what comes up as The articles and and the headlines if you want to get a little fancier with it you could do in title colon and then the topic. There's no space after the coal by the way so entitled colon plumbing for example if you're plumber and then site colon buzzfeed dot com. It's so simple. And yet you're aren being essentially ripping off in duplicating But i like. I said with using it as inspiration not copy and paste so. Let's actually do that. Site colon buzzfeed dot com and then in title colon plumbing or vice versa. Doesn't matter the order can do entitled i or cyclone i seven expert plumbing tips to keep in mind. This thanksgiving The race is on for plumbing at the push of a button. What was thanksgiving interesting. Yeah i was going to blow in me to wait a minute plumbing. I'm worried about his thanksgiving is the aftermath. But that's besides okay so anyways you you get the idea that you can find what for whatever topic it is. Unless it's super super nisha. Could let's say you want to write about hurricanes entitled colin hurricane or entitled colin hurricanes and then say cohen buzzfeed dot com buzzfeed dot com. I is my favorite kind of goto a place to reverse engineer. What they're doing in terms of their their hooks and headlines but there's also viral nova distract defy board panda up worthy a lot of these viral sites that get tons and tons of traffic and you just are looking for

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Massive Mega Millions jackpot grows after no winner

News, Traffic and Weather

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Massive Mega Millions jackpot grows after no winner

"Keep growing with no winner winner and and last last night's night's mega mega millions millions There There is is now now nearly nearly $1.5 $1.5 billion. billion. At At stake stake between between that that lottery lottery and and tonight's tonight's Powerball Powerball A A B B C's. C's. Today Today Norman Norman takes takes a a look look at at the the life life that kind of money could buy you. It's overnight that $750 million jackpot goes through another drawing without a winner, the massive mega millions prize now growing to $850 million that is the second largest jackpot in game history. And you've still got a chance to win when the next mega million drawing happens this Tuesday, But tonight you could win. Big Americans are lining up for the Powerball drawing. That's just hours away that jackpot now sitting at a whopping $640 million, and the multi million dollar question what will you do if you strike gold? So we spoke with the financial expert who says the best thing any Lotto winner can do is to make a game plan. And make one fast After Uncle Sam takes his cut. She suggest that winners team up

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on The Growth Hub

The Growth Hub

04:48 min | 8 months ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on The Growth Hub

"On. The show is nick holly. Vp of growth at reagan. And today we're talking about how reagan bootstrap their way to becoming a multi-million dollar. Saas business all the way from new zealand. Now we often hear from folks at large silicon valley european sas companies with big amounts of money behind them. But that's not the case for most sas company so in today's episode. We caught up with nick who leads a small marketing team of four people at reagan. An application monitoring sas company. Nick discusses the challenges of working from a remote location like wellington new zealand. How they make every penny count by measuring in performance with attribution models lt cac ratios and the teams northstar metric. He speaks about. The current team sets up whether you should hire generalists or specialists and some of the challenges of marketing to technical audiences. Nick also shares some of his most important marketing lessons from bootstrapping reagan into a multi million dollar business. So let's get to it with episode. Sixty three of the growth of podcast with nick holly. Vp of growth at brigham. Welcome to another episode of the growth of podcasts. It's my pleasure to welcome. Nick holly to the show who is vp of growth at reagan. So nick thank you so much for joining us today. Here on the growth of podcasts. Pleasure to be him. yeah. I'm thrilled to have you on the show in actually making growth of History today as not just the first ever guest from new zealand from the southern hemisphere. So you're repping off the globe hair no pressure and today we're talking about how you shop your way to become a multibillion dollar sast business without spending huge amounts of money on mock sing along the way in a fairly remote location so i think to kick things off. What some of the challenges when you'll building sass company in a place like new zealand. Yeah i mean there's many answers bit. I think the that kinda stand up to me would be that. We have the debts talent. Maybe the other places in locations have and detonating that.

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Four pounds. I ended up squatting over thousand pounds squatting thousand eighty, and when you're chasing after that elite status and you're trying to get to that next level just really led led to a lot of injury. So I needed to make a product that was gonNA still allow me to do. I, Love I love to train I love to lift weights and the second that even just part of it is taken away from you. It just makes you feel like crap I could still come in squat I could still come in and dead lift but man I loved bench pressing I loved. I. Loved Being Full Power after I love being able to do all three lifts and having full access to those lifts and. The once I created the product, once I made the products I was now able to kind of gift that to other people share that with other people I felt that there would be a strong calling towards it. I think the slingshot is really important because as we move forward our always evolving and we're always learning how to do things better right and if you look at some of the top world record holders of all time in the bench press, they're using a slingshot to make themselves better. So I think it's really important in just the fact of thinking outside the box and creating something that can help people get stronger without getting. Hurt because a big part of mark is a career in powerlifting involved getting hurt and we didn't want to see other people wearing down their joints I feel. It's important innovation in strength training to think outside the box being a younger guy being in my twenties I remember hearing older guys that were now they aged I'm at we used to say, Oh, I used to do that back in the day man I used to stack on four plates or I used to do three plates and I always thought to myself. But why can't these punks you know I can't they still do it you know why can't these older guys still do it and. The main factor was that they got injured they got hurt or something just got to uncomfortable along the way and they could no longer lift weights and I always say when I'm older I'm going to be still moving around those weights. Got Older and as I got deeper into the sport of powerlifting. I myself got hurt many times over and started to recognize the problems and trying to come back from those injuries. A lot of times you just never the same. You can be tough. Mentally you can try to do everything physically the right way and it just seems like. Nothing ever heels up quite the way it once was and to get those new gains that you had when you were a teenager when you're in your early twenties. All that is kind of history in behind you. So I wanted to create a device that would allow people to get back to doing what they love I've I've met people at seminars and that trade shows and they've they've come up to me crying because they love it might sound silly. But they love bench pressing that much and it's been taken away from them simply because they love to do it, they may be have done it too often. They may be have tried a little bit too heavy of weight 'cause they love lifting heavy weights and as a result, they ended up with an injury to their elbow injury to their shoulder injury to their pack. But with a slingshot, you can still train through those injuries and you can also handle more weight. So maybe you know someone who's in their forties fifties sixties could handle weights that that they were throwing around when they were younger. Market I got married actually Italy twenty years ago, this August, which is just almost exactly a month after the launch of the slingshot. So it we had been married almost ten years before we started this company in that ten years I worked in advertising I had what you would call a nine to five regular job the entire time during that ten year span mark on the other hand was a bouncer personal trainer, a fitness enthusiast working on many many different things and it just it worked for us like we we just had our roles. You know he he worked on that and and I had my job and we just made it work and. I was fine to be like that forever, and then in two thousand, eight win. The real estate bubble burst is win reality really hit and I lost my job I hadn't been out of work since college I we've had a job. I'd always had a pretty good job. Meanwhile I'm panicking and I'm like well, we have a mortgage and we have we just had our second tiles. We have two kids. And a house we had just bought and I was definitely freaking out and he was typical like it'll all work out. I would describe mark as a very loving and caring person says very focused and very consistent. No matter what's going on he doesn't get to ruffled or I think that's a good quality. have one mark said that he came up with an invention. My first thought was wait a minute. You need to have money week to week. You know. And I thought well, how's that going to work out and then I take your genome y. he's married. He has a child he has a life they're going to all fake. And an marchal figured out together and they don't need any you can't you can. Out of us. So just back up in pray for him and pray for their idea and pray for him to go forward in into know what he's doing, and for at I did praise the. Lord wake up every powerlifter across America and across the borough and let him know the Damian slingshot. It took off like a rocket ship. You know the first order came in and it sold out like a no time and doing all out of their garage. It was amazing. Almost a miracle. I had no idea. He knew much faster than i. knew that the that the slingshot was going to be this big idea I was more sceptical having the idea of slingshot. I knew it just wasn't enough. I knew that the slingshot could be very successful but I knew it was going to be important to turn the slingshot idea, take it from an idea, turn it into an invention, the difference between ideas and inventions that you actually go through with making it. which most people don't do? You have to actually go through with making the product I knew it was going to be massively important to grow the company the correct way that I had to turn. That idea into an invention and then sprinkle some seeds on it and water at every single day and turn that invention into an actual business. Yeah. I remember mark. I told me about the slingshot and right away I. Think I was one of the only people that got what he was talking about and understood what it, what it could do. The second that I saw I was like this is revolutionary. You basically just taken the top half of the bench shirt the part that actually does something and sort of manufacturing that into something that's really easy to put on and really easy to use, and so you can slip on a slingshot and increase your bench press by like fifty pounds in are probably ten percent I should say in like five seconds and you can train safely without getting hurt and. Progressively just keep getting stronger and I think that's why it's a really important factor people's training the company started out with a very solid foundation based on the product itself the slingshot what everything really started with plus Andy and mark being one passionate about it but quite prepared to take on the big task of bringing that to the market and bringing it to the world. What they've done is taken something that was a wonderful idea of very helpful to the. Sports that it applies to and then added product lines and different applications so that the company is now on this path grow and really touch different markets that it hadn't before creating the product was. was kind of difficult. I. Think a lot of times when people think about making a product, I think they think it's going to be this huge ordeal and especially..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Whatever like you know I I gotta do the stuff like Leela right. You don't understand me. I gotTA keep a rebel and Uber Spirit route so it's like hot but now I see him. Get no questions about it way more factor up at five than I can do about it. It's field tested Proven can argue with it. You know you can't argue with metrics. Rate data doesn't like so I love it for that and then the morning ritual that I stack on top bliss. I'll just go through a very very quickly. This actually was the differentiator in me of being able to do a lot of the things I've been able to do over. The last like especially three to five Muir's is is adjusting some of these little things than this morning ritual. I developed about a year and a half ago where I finally got it like two words goods on just I wanna go throughout navy really really quickly. Stare yeah the the this is a very tune into wanting to understand more about the million dollar habits and rituals Fisher so this was this was huge again like everything. If you do it every day you will notice a massive difference within fifteen to thirty days. Might maybe even faster astor so what I do every morning. I've found these eight categories of life that really kind of everything kind of fits into right and that's what so what I do every morning is I is I go through where I'm out in every category and wanting to improve the way a wake-up and I do this every single day without fail. I will not leave my bed or check instagram or my phone on at all until I do so I would go. How do I feel physically right because the physical bodies this machine and I kind of do this thing like I kind of caught my hands and I go Kay. Does anything hurt. It's anything off because sometimes will work much like we'll get carpal tunnel writes. Sometimes your neck hurts. Somebody who are backwards totally not even aware of it. You just ignore it you stuff it and then it affects their performance formats because our new neurology so linked already so I don't feel physically than second one is I put my hand over my heart and go feel emotionally and is there something I'm stuffing or something nothing. I'm going through the process. I've had days where I sit there for three hours. You know go whoa Okay Award was that right and I know you're big on A. I've got really honest. Feedback work that you do with your audience so that was huge as I am. I WANNA feel anxious. Why do I feel anxious. Okay we too many staff to quickly. We need clients that okay okay. Wait a minute all right on. I was processed this because I can't go through my day with that expect to perform so had I feel emotionally. The third one is my husband temples. I go ahead. I feel mentally and they're as Mike cleaned my clear. My focus am I having thoughts or is my attention like you mentioned going to the robots. Right is my attention on would messages. I got a wedding bells any any jack or am I having my own thoughts and is really fascinating. This one is like am I having my own. Thoughts sounds so simple but it's actually very profound because asking what what thoughts are you having that are actually yours in which are implanted by all these things society tells. US DEBATE huge put my hands this guy to go spiritually. He'll files data today how to feel about it. I wouldn't feel good about it was one thing I can do so where tomorrow I feel better about it now. At the point where any moment I could get I call John Bird theory. I get hit by John Bird and that was it you know I think it's pretty cool to to not have that fear death because that affects a lot of things that my hands dropping energetically Howard kilmer free flowing blocking so my connected to the things around me to the people around me to the energy rounding to the planet to the to the trees to to the experience or am I resisting the experience in creating friction for myself to move forward then I give them a big hug and I go relationships How do I feel with my relationships with myself in with others so myself on my confident. Do I stand for something. Mike Congruent am I honest in my somebody that I would want to be like like that is kind of a funny question but I think we forget about ourselves sometimes and then relationship right what about my family would have our friends what about other people and I got to rate myself at a one to ten on all all these and then if there's something missing. What can I do today. I I have this little would like customer adults to send me reminders for people so that I that I feel better number. Forget someone's birthday so now like a link like what can I do today like improve that by plus on right regime that I take my hands out and I do like the money like resources says number seven is resources. How do I feel with resources resources pure to have everything I need in my life and I'm getting you at that point where it's like. I have genuinely everything I need. I don't need any more stuff so I feel really good now. Talk about the the the team thing in giving back and all schools up and then I send my hands August and I imagine a tree growing out of him and that's eight one is contribution out I feel about contribution and scale one attend have given something without asking for anything in return recently am I contributing as much as I can with the power that half so once I started doing that and I go through it very methodically very slowly then when I get when I get out of bed. There's nothing that can happen in my day that will knock me off my game and I was with my friend Rachel and Henry recently you might know them but the the we're we're having a discussion and a friend of mine kind of getting pushback. What do you mean like. Everything's great like what if I what if I told you right now that God forbid like your mother passed away right. How would you deal with that. I go I'd say that's that's the greatest thing I've ever heard because that's the only you have to get too. That's the point you have to get to. It's part of the experience is apart because to to not have that you're resisting assisting life. You're is acceptance absolutely and it has to be instant in has to be flowing and guess there'd be other much as the process of course of of course right but it has to be wowed again It's amazing. I get to experience this. I think we forget we get to do this. If you WanNa make an impact you get to get to and that's a very powerful thing understand is it's. It's something you'd get to do. It's not something you have to do is not as big wait no. It's it's it's amazing thing. You get got to do with your life. It's total privilege and it should be done with gratitude so yeah. That totally changed the way that I approach. Thanks now because it covers all bases. I have yet to find a thing that doesn't cover spirituality covers like everything's kinda covered in that what it's I'm a big systems guy like my parents are physicists of they're. They're both issues. I'm very like systematic so I like okay. Like what can we do to create a system in. Thank you for your business right near you. Take care of your clients. Don't you take care of yourself that we do that so much right like the best supporting but then where's where's our support team for for ourselves right so hopefully that helps somebody again. Just try it and see how you feel at the end of it and it might take you an hour hour and a half in the morning the first time I did. It took me about an hour and a half to get through that 'cause I went. Oh Okay my lower back's messed up okay light on a note change deadlocked form right next you know and you go through all these things and then I would go through it again and I go in and go through it again and go through it again but it gives you the grade audit where you can look at it and then something happens during the okay. You're kind of non reactive to it because like okay like Armageddon. It'd be like comic coming for the Earth and you're like well if I died today. I feel good about it so anyway anybody. WanNa go get a green smoothie or something like what's wrong. What's wrong with you. We're audited too high and I'm like yeah but like Green. smoothie sounds really good right. It's like yeah but it makes it easy. It's crazy Russian but it makes it easier to run your business right because when when they're total meltdown then you're able to kind of do the rock both in your own life or whether that's your business or in your family life your personal life a things happen right so it's like. How much time do we spend being reactive to these things that then affects Xsara Billy to live that best version of ourselves competes hopefully after useful for I feel that on every level man for sure it's so important you should shoot a video and put that up on Youtube Channel so we can see the eight parts to the ritual either. I think that's amazing. Thank you for sharing that now. Loco you also known as a really powerful copywriter to and listening to copywriting is typing up an email email saying it out to subscribers right. This is this ought of like riding. A powerful email brings people into whatever it is. You're offering an in creating engaging agent around. This is the copywriting now. We also do this nowadays on social media. I saw you write a great caption. That's captivating. It's engaging it increases. This is your region. The Algorithms and also people are going to be a bit more trusted if they feel like you're being vulnerable enough and they also know that is like patent in the way you've written it where it pulls him in and it makes makes them want to stay on and read the whole thing so could you just share with us. Just in a nutshell. Maybe like three or four point zero five points of what what we should keep in mind when we're writing captions providing providing emails were writing status though writing copyright on a sales page selling our associates sure absolutely okay so the caveat. Please stop me when I go too long on this. This is like my jam right here so you'd have to be like no no more otherwise. I'll just give you sell the first thing is understanding this emotion versus logic phenomenon that we have very. I think a copy as the pendulum between emotion and logic. That's the most simple one I'm adding a third one called flavor but we're going to not unpack that one because maybe a little bit over adds adds up whenever you're saying this is kind of like people by Basil feelings faxes at essentially what you mean but absolutely absolutely and whenever you engage with anything a we we have this pendulum swings back between logic emotion and logic and emotion right take for example. A starbucks coffee gives a perfect example sample like you drive has a starbucks starbucks and what happened in your brain right you you drive past it and you go. It's a five dollar coffee that stupid. Why would I do that and then the emotion kicks in yeah because I really want it but I really wanted and then the logic totally gets shut down and then you're you're. You're drinking next thing. You know you're just drinking coffee like like that's usually how it works so when when you're writing great copy let's say you're working on a post on instagram or an email or video sales letter or understand that a the state that somebody is in when they hit that page is going to be different for everyone only hit that post is going to be different so one of the first things that. I almost always do you is. I decided which point of that pendulum I want to swing them to. I and I almost always bring them into emotion. I because somebody might land on that post and they might be already in super emotional state that might be super pumped up and that's going to work well but it also might be at work they might be in a super logical head space and that that emotional post might not hit them so I would recommend ask yourself. What is the first point of impact that you're making with. Somebody who's seeing Read it and read it out..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

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12:02 min | 2 years ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Success doesn't matter where human so I have a sixty two six millimeter that I keep on my bed said it's a it's a handgun and I remember going out and taking the gun out taking the bullets out and just just putting talk temple and I said like either you choose either you ended or you keep going either you ended or keep talking and I laid there for until the sun on came up staring at myself in the mirror with his gun in my time and there was something very very weird that happened in my psychology where I let go up to such a high level that it rewired any new challenge into instant dove or something that happened in my body that said Dude. This is way too crazy. If you keep doing this you're physically going to die. We're not going to be here anymore. which which your primal mingling part of your brain says okay for going to be here anymore? This is bad. I need to fix something so it rewired my brain to trigger dopamine off of those stress triggers now so now for example when a client is unhappy or something collapses totally in the company. I get excited. I get this accelerated rush because in that moment I made the choice and so it's it's like I can't go. I can't go back like I don't get the choice to go back. That's it. It's like it's like you. Jumped jumped off the cliff. You're you can't get back up there. That's all there is to it and say that story is a tough one for me to say because like I've said it a couple of times and even to admit that you that I was there like that's that's the hard part and I think for those of you that are listening that you have to you have to be able to steer yourself with the mayor with stuff and much less imagine staring yourself with Marissa and then sharing it with with the entire world saying judge me judge away. No sweat no big deal. I'm Dan good at what I do but you know what I'm human. I'm human at the end of the day and I don't consider it a mistake. I consider it a huge blessing a huge amazing blessing and creates this unique dynamic dynamic inside of your own mind where you start to think okay wait a minute. There's a whole nother level here like we were talking about a money mindset. Mike being able to shift into a new bracket while it applies with money and it also performance because like moment is you can't perform when you're in stress and so if you're listening and you have this dream in you feel stock understand you have to experiment with with the things that you're doing trigger new things in your life. That was my version of experiments kind of an intense one right. It wasn't bolander didn't sign up you know I didn't go like hey let me do this today. It was just doing a million. A month like the run rate was crazy. I was doing my best. It was just too much to handle. I overextended right and that's what happened and I think it's okay to like acknowledge. I didn't say like Whoa that's pretty. That's pretty nuts man. That's a pretty crazy thing to go through. It's not an easy thing to share. It's not an easy and go through but hopefully there is somebody who is there. There's like wow you know. What maybe it's not that bad. If I go and and I write that book or go on stage or I take on those coaching fines. That's not that bad comparatively. Maybe I should just go for it and see what happens. Maybe whoa wait. WHOA I went for it and it worked of of now have to go forward again right and that that I think is harder. Fear is that now you have to commit like wiest humans or so non-committal where like I want to be able to do whatever and as soon as you commit your that's it. You're the weird entrepreneur guy that's it. You know like look people are yeah that people will judge you. It's okay so so commit to that so what I'm getting out there. Is it a rate with your yourself interet with the things that are like that. You're doing with your actual day because when you start to change the guy who says you can't you can't think yourself in action but you can act yourself into emotion. I think that's really really papa. You can't think yourself into action but you can act yourself in emotion. If you ever have a bad day or a tough day take the actions. I just just focus on getting that action out there right. Maybe you don't feel great in your body. Just go to the gym. Just go for a walk. Just get the sunlight and then the emotions will come because our biological systems terms are so hardwired with our brain that we forget sometimes we we assume that our brain is more powerful than our body but it actually is very synergistic so I know there's there's a lot thereby hopefully so I went totally off topic. I like this is so good man because I feel like this is like this is the area that little entrepreneurs Bernez a very unaware of because they are sucked into the allure of like the glory of being you know business owner and getting significance and making the money and I can say you know hand on Hotman. I've had multiple experiences of feeling like that like I probably get it. Maybe once every few months to get that feeling of like I just WanNa like little and it's like what if not like in the sense that I put like a gun to my head like you did it. That's that was a really interesting. Experience showed without some appreciate vulnerable on it. I think for me is more like just wanting to run away from it. All like what would it be like. If I just like didn't do this anymore and this is many like who's very committed somewhere somewhere somebody at work and and so many other connect with we have these conversations and they say like yeah. Sometimes I feel like I just wanted to check out and just off the grid and the other day man. I'm like sitting there going through social media analytic literally through my fine down on the bed like throw it away from me. I'm like I. I felt like icky feeling this just like like I was being ruled by. The robots like literally felt like I'm no longer playing to game. I WANNA play at the office. WHO's game you playing and we're going to be so careful half of that and it's like we get to choose where we live emotionally each day and so. You've gotTA have a game plan for that man. Everything's touching ching everything. Everything can be affected. It's like if you're going all in on your business to the point where your lacking connection family and friends you're gonNA feel it. If you only business to the point where you stress then going to be like we're talking about this before like making sure you're getting optimizing your body and having good sleep and knowing how much energy after that day like if you're neglecting acting that is going to be a point where you're not going to be making the money that you desire to make you haven't been looking after yourself from the back end. Now you have a ring on your finger and I noticed that I know what that ring is. Maybe let people that either like aren't able to see this video version of this but like listening to it. Mikio has this black ring and it's got this awesome technology in it. It's called the aura raining so show does man like why. Why do you wear the Orrin 'cause I keep hearing entrepreneurs and people that are striving for one or life say how amazing it is. I'm on even get one myself yet. Okay so the orange for those guys that are not familiar is this ring goes on your finger and it tracks your sleep. It's it's mended attracts other things but it's really to track your sleep and attracts all the same things that you know the sleep cycle app kind of tracks so a lot of people start there. That's where I started but it is so much more accurate and so much more definitive data than against is one of the few gadget guy those guys they can't see. I've got like all the gadgets it's and this is one of the really transformed my life really come when he says he's got all the gadgets he literally has like thirty one or two screens. It looks like it looks like the mother ship. He's about to take off and take on another planet. I'm a big ironman Fan so I love this idea of being in that space so yeah I bless you. GotTa test. It's fine. It's like a kid with toys right. We're these crazy entrepreneurs. I don't know how they give us money to its. We're totally totally not qualified to have all these but but anyway this thing it's attracts your sleep attracts deep ram which love it also tracks. HR V. which Hariri ability which is very very important to gauge age how healthy your heart is as one of the best kind of metrics for heart health because I think often we over extended over caffeinate and I do notice you know a bit of a drop in my performance my age. RV Dips a little bit actually goes along with your high so it's changed my life and the way that it has it is it gives you the score so gives you a sleep score and they'd gives you a readiness score and so when you wake up in the morning Bob Off sink it up and again. This isn't like my product. I'm I'm like no not affiliated bell but I'm totally going to make the most awesome pitch over please anyway. it gives you so the sleep score or is how well did you sleep and then. Iranian scores already are on the day and what I like about that is allows me. Mattress is my performance that day before even started so if I'm if I'm rocking if I'm like ninety to ninety five ninety seven. I know I can wake up. I can hit the gym hard. I will still be able to blaze through all the work. I needed blaze through. I better do that high. Impact work. I I take like whatever you know that that concept whatever that hard thing is that I need to tackle go for it and now you're sharp mode police through it. Go go go whereas if I wake up in my scores a little bit lower I go okay while Lemme pace my day out for let me go less hard. Maybe do a few less sets. Let let me let me pull that back. Let me go more consistent. Let me focus on getting a score up higher for the next day so I can do the really high end backward and I'm seeing it as a number just it's. It's something psychological where you know you don't have to get Soviet. Have that where you wake up and you feel Kinda tired some of those days I look at my score and I'm like no actually good way what's going on this year and then and then some days you wake up and you feel like you're a rockstar any checking. Your four is good and you're like okay. That's very interesting. So of our ability to self diagnose is not very good like as humans like we think we're good but we're really not that great at it and to be honest the more that the more that I tested my own psychology is hyper hyper hyper hyper flawed in my ability to diagnose my own capacity for output so that's why these devices are super awesome and then also the morning rituals really helped a ton after that weird thing created a morning ritual dance my life out and that's changed my life so earn get. It is highly recommended. Treatment saved my life. A super huge like completely transformed my performance. I'd Say I'm thirty two seventy percent or effective if not two to three times more effective. It's it's very hard a base that but one thing that I know is I know where I'm announced really powerful is. Is You know if you're a sixty out of one hundred million sixty eighty and you know you're not going to overcommit that day and that's allowing to recover and that if you know you're doing great you're going to have a certain sense of confidence and certainty with how you take those actions that day in how you have those conversations have meetings and in that intact points. GonNa feel that much more congruent because nothing really knock you off your game. It's like a party cut. You often traffic. You're like doesn't matter like there's no effect. There's no effect right and you're like Oh. I'm under ninety two. I feel good whatever nobody yet yes yes. Thanks for sharing sharing that it's it's interesting because I look like the most important commodity is not money because it comes and goes right and the most important commodity isn't time will it isn't if you poss- away and you no longer are here to a certain degree. The most important commodity while you're here is energy because because that's the fuel that's the source for you to be able to output during a day with the time that you have here and I love that you've got this way of measuring it more becoming more self aware and you probably if you took the ordering off you probably a more switched on and aware of yourself now just because he'd been wearing engaging it right right absolutely absolutely and as this ability to self regulate that this huge and as a certain awareness because sleep is sleep is something we cut into is as to cut into it all the time. Oh my gosh look back and I did not even really like to know you'll be more effective. If you go to bed early wake up early on my key..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

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10:57 min | 2 years ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"They don't understand the monetization elements government like you're not going to be able to escape your nine to five with a just just just doing instagram right. You'll have to have the monetary model behind it and I think I think it should scare people. I think if it didn't scare people everybody would do it in it would actually get so saturated. Nobody would be you so I think the fact that that element adopting the first dip it should kind of freak you out and it should make you have that reality check of like when you hear. That is the first thing go like what what goes on in your mind is it oh well. I don't know what it takes to build a real business. I'm scared at freaks me out. I don't know if I have the tools if that's what it is you're on the right bike. Paths like you have to understand that if that's the first thing that triggers in your mind is I'm kind of freaked out that that's the tip. I don't really know how great a product. How do I monetize good good. Good good you eat now. It's not an unknown unknown anymore now. It's a known unknown you know what things you need to master with things you need to learn and what they need to develop and a successor awesome treat it like a business. Get your money right because the biggest thing there is once you free up your time than you can do it fulltime then. You don't have to juggle right. I spent years man I spent years being an executive in the company and building the executive moonlighting right. I mean it's a superman complex feeling oh totally yeah. I mean we talk about you. Know Shadow selves in all this we can go into stuff to for sure but I think that's something that I see so. Many people struggle according to a girl varies. She has million followers. She lives with two roommates right and I go. How do you live with your 'cause. He doesn't understand the business component so if you want to be a coach if you want to be speaker if you want to be an influence or a writer start asking yourself. How are you going to free up your time. Free up your time time because that's the critical that time is allow you to do the things to make the impact right like this right now. You and I are sitting here we are this is a seat. This is our time time being planted as a seed or those of you that are listening so that that seed in you can sprouted can grow in bear fruit in your life and for you that'd be able to make that same impact. You're going to need to have the potency of your time to be able to devote to it in concentration and attention decision making to That's the first step a the second tip master human psychology understand what makes you tick understand your strengths and your weaknesses and understand what makes other other people tick and then test test test test test don't end in the third tip will be don't worry about getting imperfect right off the bat because because I think too many people are like okay well. I don't have the perfect website. I don't have the perfect book cover. I don't have the perfect human psychology omit we can unpack more. I brushed over because there is a really really leap rabbit hole NLP ETC number one treat it like a business ranked number two is master your own psychology strengths and weaknesses. Dole impact. Maybe a little bit more so you can kind of get an idea for it. We have blind spots the biggest biggest thing that freaks me out. I should have video about this. He said the title is I'm scared in scaring off caps because I am I'm I'm freaked out and here's here's what freaks me out. Okay a billing a great product doesn't freak me out creating great content. nope potentially getting rejected note potentially winning and not knowing how to deal with it nope having too many people on my team and not knowing how to sustain that cash flow note. Here's one thing that now is the blind spots in my own psychology not that I'm not aware of and not getting the immediate feedback that I need from my network on new to fix those things. That's the number. One thing that freaks me out is that there's probably is something that I'm making this a mistake that I don't know this mistake and not even a conscious enough of that particular thing because I don't know that the is right. It's like a good analogy is when you get on an airplane replant when you're in your home. You're like everything's in your holiday. In the you go to the airport you get on an airplane and then you take off ever had that where you take off you look down on all the houses and you oh my house is just one of those houses whoa that weird yeah yeah yeah totally right so it's the same thing thing with with the human psychology element like how many things are you not seeing that are actually affecting everything across the board and are aren't aware of south is that and then also make sure Korea planet to other people as well because different people react to different things right. We're talking you know. Primary reputational systems were talking different. Histories were talking different incentives. Different drivers different fears that everybody has an if you want your business to work number one number two understanding because businesses are people. You're you're delivering value to real humans if you WANNA actually do you actually really want to do especially if you're a coach again speaker writer. It's somebody's gotta read your somebody's. He's GonNa listen to your contact. Somebody's got to get tapped into it has to make an impact enough for them to be moved enough to actually take a certain action with data and then obviously the third thing is don't worry about getting imperfect because I did this man. I spent almost half a million dollars on tech platform suspended. Take my own money and that was while I was working at other gigs to support that bill that out and it's awesome and I was like Oh. It's going to be the greatest thing ever and then you know what happened. Russell came out with click funnels and he completely obliterated me and it was the same offering and I just couldn't compete right so it being total cost and we're totally redoing it but it's a great lesson that I've had to learn on people do this over and over and over again whether it's my staff were working the Eric. Hey I'm ready launch. What if it's not perfect what if what if people don't like it and Markham nation is a lot better to get it out there and get the feedback and I have some monster mental models that give as well for how to think about putting this stuff out getting feedback iterating brewing it agile development if you were to take that agile development concept applied to your content apply to your mission statement. There'll be a fourth one. I'll give it as a bonus yet really clear on your mission and by mission I I mean what is it bigger than you. What is is bigger than you. If you really want to do this if you want to quote get building online business being influenced her to get a sense of a sense of the scale here all three of those companies the mention our million dollars per month okay so that's a million dollars per month in run rate that we did the marketing on when it comes to Obama's and we also did the back end financial allocation on that so we're dealing with the front end bring that in and the back pedal allocate that between staff between expenses etc so when you're dealing at that level their mission has to be greater than just you. It has to be because it's not about you anymore. You start with it being being about you. You start with it being about the lifestyle you start with it being about the freedom but there's a point where it transitions and it's when you get that kid that's really bought in on staff and he's like. I get it he he lives in Argentina. He's nineteen man he he he he looks up to me right. He's he's like dude. We're GONNA do this. We're GONNA do this. We're GONNA do is on my like. I think he believes on this thing more than I I do. This is crazy because our mission statement is is gotten so dialed. 'em There's quote. It's like it's a lot easier to do something big than it. This view something small so if you say WanNa be coach ask yourself. What is the big mission statement that you stand for. What is the beacon that you are like like. If if your mission is the era you're just the tip of it. You're not the entire area just the tip of the Arrow for us. It's helping entrepreneurs in global space to be better entrepreneurs because I believe that the innovations was gonna comment. It's GonNa. It's GonNa save this planet. I truly believe that the only way to save this thing that you know with the plastic crazy stuff is to get entrepreneurs in a really really good place to innovate right kind of what we saw with Alana's like support for Elon Musk has the way I gotta think about it right so those those would be my tips. It's like if you want to build old a business online. As a word business treated like a business master your analogy master other people's psychology learn how to communicate your value offerings rings and don't be scared to launch soon and then last but not least obviously make sure that you die on that mission statement so that when people come up to you and they ask you hey hey what do you do. There's a really big difference between saying hey. I you know I'm a coach versus. Hey we do this together. It's a we statement is something that they can feel like. They're a part of they can attach to and they can make up part of their identity as well. Why love your stuff as well. You've you've really doubted that. Thank you brother Yeah. I'm so big on the ten year division game plan all of my students everyone that comes to my events they learn how to map that ten year vision and it's such a great starting point. It happened with me. I was in the room with Jordan Belfort. The Wolf Wall Street almost ten years nine and a half years ago cost to my vision for addicted to success and all the other things that I was creating the when you have a vision that is big and powerful powerful. It's shadows your fears and you can clearly articulated to the world so that people the right people start showing up and then the people that aren't meant to being division will clearly clearly understand that way. This guy is going this direction and he's going this Pavley. I'M GONNA move out the way it it just clean cuts to everything and keeps you disciplines to to stay on path with your mission so I love that you include that in there along with all the other great points full points that we shed thanks very much man. I do remember Owen Cook from Sharing is probably about a year or so back he's talking about marketing and what they've done with our state and he said that they put up this page and they had a video on their cells video and doing the primary for like maybe the first second ron and they had only made maybe thirty thousand forty forty thousand dollars and they'll kinda will scratch hit like what's going on then went and shot another video and would that video they ended up relaunching the the same program but made a million million of it and he said that was when he realized how important it is to test an experiment and to like keep creating content and putting it out there and now they have a commitment. I don't know if they still do but I remember saying to have a commitment where they get together as a group and brainstorm ideas on on shooting more cells videos and facebook videos the things like that to really start building more intesting experimenting sustaining that are so with Tyler Perez when hung out with him six years back the first thing off me he's like what are you testing right now and I'm like Oh. I've got a pop up on my website and captured emails and he's like what else do you test it like. He was really going in on me on the testing experimenting and are now nor you know six years down the line on now know why it's so important because it could be the difference between making you know two thousand dollars or two hundred thousand dollars wherever it may be totally totally It starts with your personal life. It's it's so funny..

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"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"multi million dollar" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Brown and I'm here today today. With the man the myth the legend Maceio Kuznetzov Nuggets in Austin and Maceio and I have known each other for at elites six years we first met each other at high Lopez House in the Hollywood hills and I remember Maceio really being hands on with the marketing experience a tie was creating has his genius about him where he can see things that most people and he is really incredible tapping into the technical ankle side but also bringing the visionary aspect into how we build brands businesses and he has also had the opportunity to work with RSD guys real social dynamics. Yeah makes he's being behind. Also jump cuts regime incredible company that teaches you how to blow up on Youtube essentially and these are multi multi million dollar companies that he's being behind being very hands on with some excited for you guys to listen today to the wisdom that Miko has mcco. He's GonNa share with you some awesome techniques strategies and incredible insights into how you can really step in and blow your brand business and your message up to have more impact talked in this world so Mikhail. Thanks for jumping man. Thanks for having me brother. It's a pleasure to be here and really pumped man. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA unpack some knowledge today. It's going to be great. It's a really I think help people dial in to this fear point that we all have of our own powers humans that were kind of scared to unleashing the way I think it's I think we know it's there and we're kind of freaked out that we might become superheroes. If we unleash it might not be able to handle it you know so. I'm hoping to get at least one person person. That's listening to dial another super power and like just say you know what I'm going for it and give them the tools that they needed. Yes that sounds great to me. I do believe leave that when you have been in the game for awhile and you've really flexed and seeing what you're able to do you can have this fear of your potential right. It can't come into players like wow if I really stepped in and playing at twenty right now. Imagine what eighty percent or ninety percent would look like so for you. What do you believe. Is You operating at one hundred percent. How would that look for you so that we can get more how your morning ticks totally man so. I think there is this combination of predictive analysis in plus. Take so it's like. Do you have the skills. Can you actually be in flow freely enough to not have to think about applying those skills right. Look at any performer whether that's sports where that's business the sense of intangibles there that you can't truly break down in that as you know I mean I'm sure you've read the book flow talks about that so the way the way that I view that is this perfect thread of execution impact where every single micro element of your day actually has an impact potential Angela too so the web you'd has I if you spend you know you're like watching Netflix six well okay. You didn't really make an impact point day but if you spend your day doing something else then then you maximize your and professional so this idea of like this limited time ticker of our time rate of going okay well. Did I use up every little element of that resource that I had because of what I'm seeing over and over and over again is we're in this society. Where attention is the new commodity right. Everybody knows that instagram. It's like I catch myself checking instagram all the time writing. Did I get any. DM Oh more DM's on we got more stuff and then you look at those little micro elements and go wow I spent XYZ time like sand the spills out so if we're talking two hundred percent I'm kind of developing this theory of micro variance where it's really symbolic break it down really quickly before we kind of gone wants since he walked right. Listen you of every little micro decision you make is a disorder that so you choose to go build your business instead of of you know going out and partying you choose to do x y and then every decision is abyss then that position because he chose to build your business were able to have conversations about. Mel Business and different doors are going to open so you're asking a hundred percent question because I'm very meticulous in optimization that hundred percent question comes down to making a perfect secret micronutrient decisions than add up to maximum output and impact for that particular Take a you know a chunk of twenty hours. Did we make the most optimal decisions during that time to have the maximum impact and just to be clear that doesn't just apply to finance that applies to happiness levels at applies to impact levels with relationships ships applies to some spiritual aspects as well so we're not just talking just chased money were also saying are you staying in balance and in harmony with yourself as a human being the the potential that you have so that maybe a little bit over some people's heads but I think it's really important because like as a marketer and you're phenomenal marketers well. It's our job literally to put people's attention into our into arlene right and so you have a this hyper competitive culture where everybody's fighting for the attention of everybody everybody else and that creates the greatest very orienting a reality for most people because most people don't understand what's going on the they're not familiar with NLP they they just don't have the tools to be aware of their unconsciousness and so what's happening is these people are getting distracted. They're getting knocked off their path and then they're finding themselves. You know a a year or ten years later going wait a minute. I had this big dream and what happened. I got distracted. I got I got sidetracked and I see over again in the truly believe like if we want and to have an amazing planet in an amazing culture as humans for the future of our species that we are here we need. We need to dial in on some of these little micro so that's what that's what a hundred getting out sequence perfect and then making maximum impact votes a love it man. I love that we just go to dive into your mind and see how you operate there today and it is true. It's focused one day at a time a light that you've looked at it like because you know what we can do often can put so much weight on on our shoulders because we're comparing ourselves so often to everyone else but we need to like. Do it big member. We'll just talking about this before. The call is difference between being big and being great and and so many people are trying to be big nowadays as like this kind of scream above the noise to try and get out there when really if you really care about what you do and your authentically choosing wait this actually does light me up and I care about this and I wanted to deliver this value to the world through my products and services then you focus on being great right and actually getting results and his little long-term play. It's very interesting to watch the scape. I mean I know you've you've been doing this is probably as long as even longer in more than a decade in the online world and just so much noise is out there but what I love about that is that there's going to be a lot of people willing to really step up and do it right because they're trying to take shortcuts shortcuts along the way totally to do that. I think the biggest thing providing people is being human being vulnerable easy to not be human right one of the the a really great marketer friend of mine told me he's like people only see what your show them. People only see what you show them and this is so true right was over media. It's like you can you can paint the perfect canvas. Put that out out there and that's it and then it doesn't leave any room for you to be human at that point and become so easy to do that that is become almost baitual where look look getting the perfect filter getting the perfect post. Getting perfect is getting imperfect that and so I think the human element is what we need to come back to what we're going to see is a big slingshot effect and we're ready kind of seeing it right. Where do you look historically. The the Internet got great right the Internet's like a baby still like as you and I are having this conversation. It's it's it's in it's infancy and so created and then what happened was all these marketers came out and they can offer anything without any repercussion for having even fulfill it then all this the trust level dropped right the trust level drop up because people you know there wasn't really accountability marketplace and so now what we're seeing is this personal branding because the idea with the personal brandon brandon goes he can put a face off. You can put a face on it. It feels congruent. It feels honest and it breaks through this idea of like wearing the masks but to do that. It's the you have to be here to be human. You have to be comfortable trouble with your own. Boehner abilities human you have to be comfortable with your own fears with your own ambitions and be a little bit more unapologetic. I think too many people make excuses excuses for the things that they truly want to do and they justify and if I can make one recommendation one of the big things that scene across the board with the money mindsets of every single person that I've worked with. Is there unapologetic about the things that they WANNA do and they they don't even acknowledge the obstacles it's not even a breakthrough obstacles this kind of thing it's non acknowledgement. It's passing through lightly without even consciously being aware that there was an obstacle at all and I think that that comes down to being so oh confident with the fact that were human or mortal one day we're GONNA die. Time is limited. We get a chance to make an impact. That's it going for. It and I think what's he made got decision. I'm going for it to not revisit that decision again. I think that's a huge one. Where like I'm GonNa go for it and then when things get tough people were like go back like maybe I shouldn't do. The notes like once once you've committed. That's you don't have to go back to that decision ever again and it just push push forward. That's it. You've made the focus your bandwidth on making other decisions. There's actually make it happen. Instead of re considering whether or not you should be doing that. You're supposed to be doing yeah. It's funny. It's like move with haste but also be patient as his dance between the through and this is entrepreneurship as what it what it is and you step in and to build something greater than where you currently are. It's GonNa require a lot from you a lot of discipline and we have a lot of listeners that are listening to this podcast right now that are working nine to five in the hamster wheel of life. Some people like the job the people I don't know I didn't really they're stuck in this loop. In this sailing. I want to create a business. I WanNa build something that has meaning compact that also brings in well so I have security and freedom and power and all those other things are just from your experience working with people like Tyler Pez and the jump cut guys is in RSD team these multi million dollar companies and they've had a lot of exposure to be marketed really well being behind all their marketing so you're doing something right right. What would you say to somebody that starting out right now. That's about to make the jump to start their own business. They know they need to go online to do it. What have you gone John from working with these three powerful companies that you would give as advice to new entrepreneurs okay so the first piece is going to be a a kind of a macro smaller pace but is very very important okay and that is get your money right now. Get the resource element of it correct. I just did a video about this. Call the influence or trap where it's so easy to go chase the likes and the followers in the comments and to get a totally sidetracked from the fact that are you building a business or make destroyed know whether it's time with us. Jump cut whether that'S D. Whether that's any of the other people that I work with it's it's a it's a it's a business understand okay. Making a post on instagram is not a business putting out a youtube video is not a business and I am me not because so many people get so sidetrack..

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