38 Burst results for "One Thing"

Spoons (MM #3742)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 21 hrs ago

Spoons (MM #3742)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Today is Father's day, and I'm going down a rabbit hole, thinking back to my younger days growing up, when we go out on, Father's Day to Baskin-Robbins, have some ice cream. And the one thing that always drove me crazy, if I didn't get a cone, if I got a cup or a Sunday or something, is they always wanted to give you one of those little teeny tiny plastic spoons and not the big long spoon. Some people call the Sun a spoon, some people call it an iced tea spoon. I just call it the big long spoon, you know, the big long thin spoon, with a handle that's about what, three or four inches long. And I thought to myself to this day, I still have a problem with ice cream places, giving me a short spoon. I know it's kind of weird association with Father's day, but it's kind of true. I don't know when I graduated up to the big spoon, the Sunday spoon, the ice tea spoon, whatever it was, we got a bunch of them in our silverware drawer and that's my preferred spoon, no matter what. For some reason, song ice cream places want to give you the short spoon drives me crazy. Maybe it's cuz they have big hands. Well I don't know why spoons in general not something. I thought it'd be talking about on Father's Day and how much it's got to do with Dad, your guess is about as good as mine dead.

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Fresh update on "one thing" discussed on AM Tampa Bay

AM Tampa Bay

00:54 min | 28 min ago

Fresh update on "one thing" discussed on AM Tampa Bay

"Didn't know I would have taken advantage before going because my blood pressure went through the roof, trying to find parking. And then this. This is the one thing I want to talk. Do you about Nate's chicken? Are you serious? Did you get it? Oh, no. This you are the person who hates vegetables and fruits and all of the bandage on the side, Okay, But there's another option. That's basically Nate's chicken without Spanish. It's got angel hair pasta, the bottom. It's like, jam on or whatever. No, no, no, no. It's the chicken spinach on the side, literally the same thing without you know, I got the Giovanna one. Whatever the hell that's called. Yeah, it's It's Nate's chicken without the vegetable. I couldn't believe you didn't go for the one without the vegetable. Never giving you advice again. Every time I get needs chicken, I usually and mine was $5 cheaper. Yeah, see, because it's $5.5 dollars. Less better. Less is good, Uh, Nate's chicken. I used to order an H chicken and I got the spinach on the side and I give it to joy or whoever I'm with you on the side. Now it was a great meal. It was a good meal is there was packed house Good time and everything, so it's great to get Back together with the team coming up. Next we're gonna talk to T Crest will do a lightning game for recap, and we'll preview Game five here.

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Spoons (MM #3742)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 21 hrs ago

Spoons (MM #3742)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Today is Father's day, and I'm going down a rabbit hole, thinking back to my younger days growing up, when we go out on, Father's Day to Baskin-Robbins, have some ice cream. And the one thing that always drove me crazy, if I didn't get a cone, if I got a cup or a Sunday or something, is they always wanted to give you one of those little teeny tiny plastic spoons and not the big long spoon. Some people call the Sun a spoon, some people call it an iced tea spoon. I just call it the big long spoon, you know, the big long thin spoon, with a handle that's about what, three or four inches long. And I thought to myself to this day, I still have a problem with ice cream places, giving me a short spoon. I know it's kind of weird association with Father's day, but it's kind of true. I don't know when I graduated up to the big spoon, the Sunday spoon, the ice tea spoon, whatever it was, we got a bunch of them in our silverware drawer and that's my preferred spoon, no matter what. For some reason, song ice cream places want to give you the short spoon drives me crazy. Maybe it's cuz they have big hands. Well I don't know why spoons in general not something. I thought it'd be talking about on Father's Day and how much it's got to do with Dad, your guess is about as good as mine dead.

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Fresh update on "one thing" discussed on Millennial to Millionaire Podcast

Millennial to Millionaire Podcast

00:53 min | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "one thing" discussed on Millennial to Millionaire Podcast

"The plane. There's still going to be a place that you go. It's going to have a certain kind of culture starting kind of people and then even if you did something completely in complete solitude you can still talk to your friends. Your co workers your family about this. You could show them pictures you could say. Wow this really happened. You can ask you why you think a certain way you can say well. This trip that. I took of easing this one concert. That i went through was amazing. One thing that i did in able to continue not only to derive the happiness but now you can share that experience with others even though you're not even participating with with them so point number one use your money to buy more experiences and less material purchase now point number now the second way that you can use your money to make yourself happy. It's the spend more money on other people when i say this. I don't mean go broke just giving your money away to everyone but there's been multiple studies shown that when we use our money and spend it on the good of other people rather than ourselves. We're a lot more satisfied. Where a lot happier up afterwards. And this goes back to the point. That i kinda just made. Human beings are very social creatures. So anything that we can do that can help us to connect to others that can increase our self presentation or just kind of hold us in higher. Esteem with others is hoping that will make us happier because we are social features so this includes things like donating tipping your server. You're lifting uber. Driver on buying gifts for people oriented pink for the meal of the person behind you in life. All these things are are ways that we can connect with others improve her social standing and Just make ourselves happier and kinda helps to take away from this constant in Think that finances a selfish thing but we're so always thinking so much about how much we can save ourselves safer our features and even though that might be for the sake of your family or the sake of others that rely on you by doing things donating are using on other people. It kinda helps to show us. The reason why having more money is better than having list because we will do more for others were able to be more selfless creatures and that in and of itself brings on so much more satisfaction. Which is why. I'm always advocating for donating. It's really satisfying thing. So another great thing that spending money on others does is allow you to connect with other people who have the same values as you so something that i'm really passionate about is donating to clean water on a global level. And even though i might never see the people who get the clean water. I might never be able to actually meet the people who benefit from donation. I at least able to know that. I'm connected to somebody who has clean water because of me in on top of that. I'm able to now to know that. I'm part of a community of other people who care about the same thing so now we are connected. Something that i always say. I think i said it in and show the way that you spend. Your money reflects the world you want to live in so what you spend it on others. It's a way of showing that you want to live in a world full of kindness. Compassion love warmth and ultimately selflessness. Multiple studies have confirmed this. And i'm going to be putting on lincoln the bio so you can do your own research and look into some of the studies that have shown this now for the third and final way that you can use your money to make yourself. Happier is to buy more small pleasures rather than fewer large pleasures. This is a little bit technical which saved for last. Because i think the other ones are a lot more a lot easier to explain but ultimately when it comes to making purchases. Human beings are very quick to adapt. You know i talked about it in the first point you know. We got the new pair of shoes and now we have them now. They're not the new pair of shoes there. Just ain't one of our pairs of shoes and it's very easy. I to adapt to things. But when you when you have more frequent small purchases there's more variation there's more variability and that makes it a lot easier for us to continue to derive happiness from it because there's always this new novelty. This is kind of the theory behind those people who just seem to be happy with the very mundane joys of life like acting like really fresh fruit or like having Or like you know getting on the bus for free when we when it comes to purchases and when it comes to using your money to make yourself happier ultimately it's quantity over quality now. This isn't to say you know you can never make an expensive purchase. This isn't off to say that you never take the trip because these are kind of like being like one time events but when it comes to using your money to make yourself happier ultimately the more often you do it. Your mind doesn't know the difference between Doesn't really know the difference between You know big purchasing a small purchase. It just like oh. He used this one dollar. I was happy today. Be the next day. The next the next the next day and something that i brought up when i brought up experiences is the fact that they're very finding which is still true. But it still makes it worth it but by using your money on a consistent basis here able to continue to derive happy on an almost daily basis or a weekly basis which is which is better than doing it on a on a biannual basis. This one like. I said we're cutting requires a little bit more research a little bit more technical but the main point of this is that if you have one hundred dollars it would be better to spend twenty bucks. Five days of the week then it would be to spend one hundred dollars on one single day one single thing because it helps the space things out the temporal discontinuity which is a really big way of saying that is better to get a forty minute massage with a ten minute break and another forty minute massage. Then a full eighty minute massage because now you have to experiences. You have like a certain kind of a gap in between the two that allows you to kind of look at it as two separate things as opposed to just one big thing and this variability this variation and this constant novelty kind of tricks your brain into thinking that you can just be happy every single day than saying. I can only be happy for when i take that one trip. Like i said it'll be including all the links and sources that i use inside the bio. I hope that you're able to get somebody out of this episode and that you can apply one or even all three of these. I want to thank you again for tuning in. I really appreciate your support. And i hope that i can continue to bring more value to you. Please make sure to subscribe. If you haven't already also make sure to follow me on social media on twitter instagram. All of that at the end. Podcast i'll be putting that in the bio as well but ultimately like. I said the main thing i want you to remember. Is that your relationship with your money. Determined your financial trajectory. Thank you so much for tuning. in this. Is the millennials millionaire podcast and here we don't keep it one hundred we keep it one million..

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Finding Your Niche with Lindsay Silberman

Elliman Daily Podcast

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Finding Your Niche with Lindsay Silberman

"Would you tell someone to find their nation developing lung. Think the first day. I would say you know you have to ask yourself. What is the one thing that you know or that you are an expert in that is unrivaled to compare to other people and i also think at least one of the things for me that made my audience so much more engaged people were so drunk falling at is sort of pulled back the curtain on a lot of things in the influencers space. That people weren't talking about the people. Were curious about or to send no and i was all about like sharing information sharing everything i've learned sharing travel tips beauty tips. You know just anything that i felt. I wasn't expert in that other people might not be and that i think something that really can be parlayed until a lot of what your team does is pulling the curtain back on. What your everyday as what people can look for when they're looking to sell or looking to buy. I mean i was just last night. I was thinking. Like if i had a chance to to follow a really prolific broker agent. What would i wanted to refer them. And i was like i have hundreds of questions in my mind like so many things you know what increases the value of a home when you walk into a space like what is the biggest selling point for your just things that i'm sure she to. Everyone here are so obvious monday. But to a lot of average people like we don't know lot of those things. I think just on your just really like honing in on what makes you unique your expertise and then sharing a lot of that with your audience

Fresh update on "one thing" discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

00:34 min | 55 min ago

Fresh update on "one thing" discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"And i got the other direction last week on the podcast we featured us. I'm rarely like in doing this. I think we'll see we'll continue. Add these in. And we didn't say the vitality code. But naomi and i have really developed a process. We like to call the vitality code. Wouldn't you say it's a process it is because it's it's definitely something you have to walk through all of it. It's not just one thing to do all these and they all feed off of each other in intertwine and there's only one that you really gotta do. I and we talked about that. That was the one thing last week. So if you didn't listen to it go back. Listen to that you're gonna get caught. You know you won't miss out with this This week's episode but today we're talking about step to which is really What we want to cost at you know the first step. We're talking about talk Stopping the toxic in in our health in and the second one. We need to clear that detox funnel. So that's step two of really creating your vitality code because who doesn't want to live. A life vitality amy absolutely. I mean we're not here. And i look at people. Here's a prime example. My father just turned eighty eight and a couple of years ago. I had asked him. I said dad. If you could redo anything what would you have done site. this age In bladder care my spouse and i think that's such a true statement we so many times especially the way our society works we work work work work work until he gets at retirement age not taking care of ourselves along the way dealing with stress making sure eating properly doing all these things. Your life might not be the prime anymore right we get. Yeah we get to that point that we've worked so hard for and then we're not we're not ourselves to enjoy it. We don't have the energy we want. We want to travel. But we can't travel because we don't have the the vitality energy to be able to do that. We've got the grand kids and we want to enjoy them but we don't have the energy to get out and play with them like you know we once did so. We're just on a coaching call. And they talked about health freedom. And i love that word. You know health freedom because that's what we want. We want to be able to enjoy all the activities in life without the worry. And that's the big piece of that puzzle is the worry that you know. Will i have you know. Am i gonna pay for this for the next week if i go out and do. Xyz right we don't want you to have to do that in you anaya then through this journey and we've kinda really discovered four key points for kind of key elements and that is part of the vitality code in. We'll talk about more that when we get done but the the second phase is clearing. That detox funnel. Yeah and amy we now. We hear about detox all the time. It's become such a buzzword in such a marketing word as well. I mean 'cause we see it from doing this juice to this. T. these things and we're not saying those aren't great things to be doing to help but really are buys are made detox. Get rid of the toxins because we have to because we are being bombarded by 'em every single day we're breathing them in. I mean stacked behind a truck today in diesel fuel. I was in you know. It's all these things that will be exposed to a regular basis and more so now than what i always talk about our great grandparents. They didn't all these toxins. Our bodies have to be equipped. And we have to make your in this final. When i talk about is clear and working properly because we know like with a final. If you put something in it in a clogged at the bottle.

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Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

02:15 min | 3 d ago

Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

"Now how many of you believe that you can multitask. I know you're nodding right now. I know you're raising your hand. How many of you genuinely feel you can multi. I have my hand out. Because i used to be one of those people and then read a study. That said this. Only two percent of the world's population can multitask. That means ninety. Eight percent of us can not multitask now. The article goes on to say that when people hear that we all believe the very present right. We all believe we can multitask. When the truth is most likely in ninety eight percent icon. So if you're sitting there convincing you solve your in that two percent i promise you you're not and we have to switch to mono tossing or single tasking. This is the idea of being present right now. Is i'm recording this podcast. I don't have my phone in front of me. I don't have my laptop in front of me. I don't have any device in front of me. Apart from the microphone and the recorder. I am fully present with you. And i know you can feel it. I know right now whether you're walking your dog with your cooking whether you're eating whether you editing. Whether you had the jim i know you can feel that i'm present. And why do i do that. Not so i can say i was mono talking or single tuscany. I do it. Because i want you to get the best of me. You know that this podcast will be different if i was texting messaging. You know this. Podcast will be different if i was cooking or if i was at the gym or if i was editing while i was doing this podcast. The quality of our output decreases as we multitask our efficiency and productivity goes up as we monitor. Ask single task. We think that. Hey if i only spent time on one thing at a time then i'm going to slow down. I'm going to achieve less than everybody. That's not true you actually achieve more quality you will actually achieve more debt you will actually achieve more connection by single tasking or monitoring asking.

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Frank Bonner, Herb on 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' Dies at 79

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Frank Bonner, Herb on 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' Dies at 79

"An actor on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati has died Frank Bonner may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to the cast of that popular sit com he was the one who played herb the brash but ineffective ad salesman for the fictional radio station you also remember him as the guy who had a thing for rocking those plaid polyester suits Bonner has died he was seventy nine and his daughter says he died from the complications of Lewy body dementia a disease that eats away at both the body and mind he was diagnosed about three years ago coastal Lonnie Anderson is remembering Bano fondly she says she is heartbroken to hear of his death adding that he was one of the funniest man she has ever worked with and the nicest man she's ever known I'm Oscar wells Gabriel K. R. the

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Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | 3 d ago

Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

"We got this from a lot of listeners. There over thirty five. So they're already dealing with drier. Skin signs of aging. I'm guessing spots and fine lines and things so you don't want to overload your skin with a lot of stuff. How would you treat. pimples on aging skin number. One thing is started retinol or retinoid. has good retinol is not to drying out. It's a good over the counter. One so retinal other than helping. Your pimples is also going to be anti aging help turnover. Collagen give you veterans cantoned Give better complexion. It's like the. It's the most well-studied anti-aging medication we have. If i'd had dollar every time it derm came on our show. Instead retinol. I would be a millionaire. I would believe. I counted how many times i've said it on video. Every time we get a question like retinoids retinoid but is that sort of like no matter. What the problem at a certain point. That should be helping new. Yeah to be honest. Any patient over twenty five. Who comes into the office. Who's like has mild acting like Retinoid like start this right now. You know it's gonna really help you long term and so people like you just wanna prevent pimples from happening right the win a pimple there. You're you're fighting uphill battles so your whole goal with all the treatments you do for. Acne is really to prevent new acne from coming right. So you're not breaking us much not getting apples on the worst possible in all also using nice in a might. That's another good one seven cinema. I'd in Nice in might actually Hopes with oil production to in house with acne has also been shown to be anti aging as people talking about that ingredient ally. No it sent a new ingredient. But i feel like it's getting like a lot of

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We Have to Be Project Managers of Elections and Conservative Principles

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 3 d ago

We Have to Be Project Managers of Elections and Conservative Principles

"Gave a speech this week at the Great Club 45. I've been talking about it all week in Palm Beach because I don't get out of my house at all. So these are really big events for me. It's like yes, I left. I went to a restaurant. So what? You don't understand? I never leave. But I gave this speech about a lot of great people. And 90% of the crowd understood that we have to fight on while still I hate the term getting to the bottom of, but let's just use it here for the sake of time getting to the bottom of what happened in 2020. Some people in the crowd about 10% didn't want to hear that. That's okay. I'm not here to lie to you. You your title to your opinion. Some people think we should focus on 2020 only and forget 2022 2024. It's not worth it until we do 2020. Your opinion. You're entitled to it. It is a free country with the big our God given right to speech. I just vigorously disagree. I know it's not efficient have to focus on two things to focus on two things strongly. And vigorously at the same time. President Trump clearly agrees. We darn well better get to the bottom of what happened in 2020. While simultaneously focusing on 2022. We can't just forfeit away 2022 because of 2020 shenanigans. I mean, how are we ever going to figure out what happened in 2020? If we continue to elect House Democrats and and and and Senate Democrats as well, you think Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are going to help us in that endeavor? Of course they won't. That's absurd. We have to focus on parallel tracks. Regardless of the inefficiency of it. I get it. The human brain wants to focus on one thing at a time. We don't have that option. We don't have that luxury. We are election project managers. Now we are project managers for liberty and freedom right now. There is a liberty and freedom movement. You all are the anointed ones. Go in Peace to love and serve. You are the project managers for liberty. And we have to multitask.

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One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day - Grow Yourself

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day - Grow Yourself

"Should you turn that frown upside down. Welcome today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by the leadership lifestyle podcast. So you've heard the old expression that it takes forty seven muscles to frown but only seventeen to smile. Actually new research has shown that it takes only twelve muscles to frown and eleven to smile. So what are we to do that almost even well. The fact of the matter is the choice is yours on how you want to view things how you want to look at the. But here's one thing in order to have no emotion to not care take zero it. You're saying well of course it takes you don't care but it takes zero muscle inflection to have a blank face of not caring either way you get to decide how you're gonna view things what you're gonna do how you're gonna approached off no matter what's coming at you you get to decide to respond and that is one hundred percent to you

Biden's Continuous Lies About BLM Feed Well for Putin

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Biden's Continuous Lies About BLM Feed Well for Putin

"It's one thing for literally criminals. To break through a cordon go into the capital, killing police officer backstop. Literally. Criminals didn't break through a cordon going to the capital and kill a police officer. No police officer was killed. A protester was killed. The police officer's name is unknown. Because Biden in the attorney general, do not want to release the police officer's name. In a free society. Can you imagine that? If somebody from black lives matter was shot. At the Portland courthouse and died and they were unarmed. They weren't acting violently. That the police officer would be His name concealed or her name. They wouldn't be. No. Can you imagine that? What would the press be saying? But Biden is lying here. Protesters. Even the ones that broke into the Capitol building killed anybody. They didn't kill anybody. But they have to lie. And that's why Putin and others pick up on this stuff. And threw it back at us. They throw our own lives. It Back at us. In order to defend their own

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Future-Proofing the Digital Health Ecosystem

Outcomes Rocket

01:45 min | 4 d ago

Future-Proofing the Digital Health Ecosystem

"Health is becoming front and center and for very good reasons so talk to us a little bit about virtual health. How are you guys adding value to the ecosystem. I mean just to complete the story of how. I got the jump from aging in place to healthcare as you mentioned in the introduction i mean i have a family member asked away for late stage diagnosis and that was my first exposure to the healthcare industry. I found it extremely frustrating experience as many people. Do and the one thing when the you know the individual ultimately ended up passing away. And i think the one thing that i really had difficulty with was the first one was high risk. There were forty year. Smoker ended up having lung cancer. You would think that if you're proactive in healthcare you would suggest maybe a just a basic x ray lung x ray right and if you've been able to discover this early you know that person still beer which is obviously the most important thing but i also have spent we also have saved the Health systems and the amount of time spent the waiting rooms and dealing with chemo. And the amount of money and resources were taxed from from a system that's over and then having the insurance companies spending millions of dollars for end of life care when it again. If they had been proactive. It wouldn't have had to spend that money right so for me. It was just a very simple concept of if all of our incentives are aligned. And we're all lying to find conditions early especially in high risk populations in. Why aren't we being proactive. And white we all work together. So that was my my impetus to start virtual health inspiration which was basically the technology that we're using for aging place it also could be utilized for any type of high risk ovulation. Obviously the elderly in a part of apple also people who are underprivileged underserved and using data to essentially detect those high risk individuals and intervene at the proper moment to save healthcare system. Money and time.

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Experimental  Photography with Jim Zuckerman

Photography Radio

02:40 min | 5 d ago

Experimental Photography with Jim Zuckerman

"Jim how you doing today. I'm great scott. Thanks for inviting me. It is my pleasure jim. I am impressed. I you look at everybody. You got to go to the website. That's just one of the rules here. These days i gotta go to the website and look at jim. Zuckerman dot com. It's j i. M z u c k e r dot com. If it's possible to have a broad scope to somebody's work. You've got every single kind of photography that i think is possible is showing up in your work and it is dynamic. It's colorful it's got a lot of real energy behind it. So i got ask you some reading your website and one of the first things i learned. Is that photography was not always your passion. You were actually studying to be a doctor. And how do you get from wanting to be a doctor to photography well. My sister's boyfriend introduced me to the dark room. And i just found that so exciting. He loaned me his camera. Before i had one showed me how to use it. And i started taking pictures with it and it was just blew. My mind was so exciting. And i thought to myself i have got to do this. And so i made the switch much to the dismay of my family but as you can imagine but i never regretted it net. Not not for a minute and i love photography from the beginning and i still do still have the passion. Oh very cool. Did you remember what it was that turns john with those early experiences. What is it about photography that said this has got a connection to something deep for you. It's a good question. i'm not sure if it was any one particular moment. But i can't remember something that made me want to do special effects and and i did i special effects for ten years. I kind of disdained normal photography in the summer of sixty nine. I was working in pearl harbor. It was a summer job between semesters working on old world war two dry docks maintaining them and in one of the dry docks. I found a piece of broken red glass. It was from an old darkroom from the forties. And i was just experimenting with color infrared film and i realized that if you shoot through the glass like a filter you get one set of colors and if you reflect in the glass you get another set of color so you could. In essence create a double exposure

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Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:03 min | 5 d ago

Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?

"Researchers alexander stein and fabien. Santini just published a fascinating paper on the sustainability of local food systems in the political discussion. They write the promotion of local food. Systems and short supply. Chains is sometimes presented as a means to increase the resilience of the food system. And it's also suggested as a means to improve the environmental footprint of the food system and quote so in their paper. They've reviewed scientific literature on the environmental social and the economic aspects of sustainability and. They reached some surprising conclusions. First off is eating local actually easier on the environment. When consumers tried to eat local they often focus on how far their food has to travel from its source to their plates. You might remember a popular book called the hundred mile diet which exemplified this approach. Barbara kings hovers bestselling animal vegetable. Miracle is another example and one assumption behind this trend is that eating locally will lower the carbon footprint of our diets however this is not necessarily the case for one thing shipping large quantities foods in cargo ships or trains may actually burn less fossil fuel than transporting the same amount of food across much shorter distances in hundreds of small trucks and now just consider thousands of consumers driving two farms one by one in their cars to pick up their local food. This thinking also assumes that transporting food is the only or even the primary factor in how much carbon is emitted in the production of that food but in fact food production can produce a lot of greenhouse gases prior to this final leg of the journey in fact stein in santini conclude that the carbon footprint of diet depends a lot more on what types of foods you choose then. It doesn't how many miles they travel to reach your plate.

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How the Philadelphia Eagles Create Engaging Fan Content With Voice

VOICE Global 2021

02:35 min | 5 d ago

How the Philadelphia Eagles Create Engaging Fan Content With Voice

"Are sports. Bran were sports organizations. Sports club anybody's ever worked in. The sports industry. Knows that you know. We operate as a small business. Our resources review we are strapped. A little bit in terms of how many people are actually in our organization. Even though i think we re tend to lean the little heavier on our side rightfully so. I think we're doing a lot everywhere but we also want to be mindful. We can't hire alexa amazon alexa developers. We can't google news feed developers and You know i would love to hire them to be honest with you but at the end of the day you know we try to partner with vendors. Who help us be as nimble as possible so that we can bring that vendor versatility and at which allows us to play freely an truly focused on our content strategy versus thinking about. How do we program this. How do we not program. Business overall Thinking about strategy. The one thing that we realized is We didn't want to just do something as As as this kind of luted to is we have podcasts distribution channels every weekend absolutely just put all of our podcasts right on our voice channels and be done with it and we would kind of check off that box i think for us what was important is how do we program nuances voice interactions and so have you where we can ultimately start having conversational content without their so if a fan is asking for x. y. they're able to not only get xyz but also taken down a path of potentially learning more about additional content and things of that sort You know my kids play with the disney app. All the time. And mickey comes on and he'll he'll kind of go and ask some trivia questions that my kids are so engaged. Because they're talking with mickey and they like mickey and i'm every week the contents fresh different right so We wanted the ability to program such content without having the you know having a higher additional engineers to help us have program. Weakened weak out. We'll to the philadelphia eagles voice assistance. Here's some things you can say. Good storm you've been saying play. The latest eagles insider podcast flexibility to program really quickly is really what we're looking for and and and our voice is really what costs you know. We'll talk more about the product. I'm sure but you know. We love that flexibility. Beloved nimble nests for rebel. To do what we wanna do week over week. We changed certain. Uh strategic points depending on men's losses in our team is performing what they're doing and what they're not doing all the different nuances the program very easily and really best the solution. We're looking for

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Episode 217 Deadbeat at Dawn - burst 13

The Moratorium

02:01 min | 5 d ago

Episode 217 Deadbeat at Dawn - burst 13

"Christie. Has a gun yet but doesn't know where the bullets are. That's right that's why they come in and they beat the hell out of her with a putter and a driver and which bonecrusher he talks about it later but he says something about snakes yes sir intestines look like snakes so cow snakes man those fucking wild and they're not even swinging clubs overhand and now they're like they're like mashing great. I don't know what they're doing which it sounds like mashing grapes because j. b. home to find her dead on the floor when he picks her up. You can hear all that squishy and this is probably the finest performance. I think we would ever get out of. Jv via is really. He is in that moment Probably because they killed that girl for real and he is like feeling remorseful well if she was hurt and possibly hidden holding her looks so uncomfortable. That girl has to be de. Yeah he's like twisting her the way she should be twisted. When you see somebody laying bloody and broken on the ground first thing you wanna do as like mover neck around a lot in her spine. Hyper extend back. Does goose get into his apartment. The same way every day like climbing up the fire escapes. i guess. I like the back way. It's just this is the coolest way to get to this part. I guess he's like a white trash bat. The hey fines girlfriend dead and instead of trying to seek medical help or she's dead we might as well. Just get rid of the body. Yeah i mean. She's just bloodied to us. But then Bonecrusher said that he saw her intestines so but so he's just going to get rid of her body. You know she had family i will. This is how she who'd want it exactly and

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Matthew Mangione on the Importance of Being at the Forefront of Voice Tech

VOICE Global 2021

03:04 min | 5 d ago

Matthew Mangione on the Importance of Being at the Forefront of Voice Tech

"I operate under the amazon umbrella. Copper oppression is much larger digital marketing. The coast further that but inside the amazon realm where i exist and i am all things amazon so one thing. I love about amazon. I don't even understand how many betas and involved now but there's so many that are out there And in that amazon pay came into my roles in started talking to him and seeing dade since a report at just about and utilizing voice with amazon. Pay us i got in touch with catherine are rip over there for that and said okay. I want to talk to a couple of companies about points. I don't really understand it but this piqued my interest enough in. I saw the vision that they were speaking of. And it makes it makes sense to me. The friction lists transaction five or ten years down the road where where it will be much more than we go through these learning paints and they'll be that song was one of the companies was suggestion that sorry. John talked a couple of companies in that And once i spoke to two blue tag. I knew i liked the technical part in. You guys had that together some experience. Also the people which was really important to me an established the connection with our representative eric so Incoming into the icy in there. When i speak to mine executive team were making the decisions. I'm fighting for voice. They're still not is clear as i am about it. I'm actually at times. Allocate my time. Something else instead of this. And i'm fighting for all the time and i'm really standing my ground because it is something that might feeling is right now is so important to get involved with it. Because i don't wanna be behind anybody five years from now and ten years from now especially the friction this voice until we implanted in our head to be dolly originalist. We can speak it. And that is the way without ever having to go and type in anything so i see that and i see that across degeneration the late adopters at the end will be when i when i look at my my elderly friends and family and their adoption of facebook connection and now i see their powerhouses on. They're they're getting so much information making decisions on that. I see voice the exact same way once my grandparents as oats knows adapt this over and can realize they can just speak simply and get information. it in really order stuffing in be given services to them on request or reminders sent a reminder set have that system that just makes so much sense to me and i know it's not there so i want to be one of the ones on the front line battling going through learning these things trying things out making mistakes. Having great breakthroughs and be at the forefront as adoption curve continues to over which. I i don't see any other way that it will not just the technology is necessary and i think we'll be essential for everybody that five ten years

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Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners

Another Mother Runner

02:11 min | 6 d ago

Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners

"All right. We'll let's start out with the questions. This one is from different sarah. Who is on the hunt for sunscreen recommendations on my name is sarah. I'm runner from ohio. I have three young kids. And i have a question about sons I'm trying to be better about running wearing sunscreen. When i'm out running the no matter which one i try you're gonna stay on. I ended up with it burning. I i need some suggestions on better sunscreen on a very sweaty runner so i don't know if that if that is the problem or what that are. I need better about it when i'm out my friend. Thank you so much love. The podcast sued dimity. I thought of you and one of your best lines. Ever when i heard this question so come on. You gotta say where. Should runners apply sunscreen. Oh from the balls down the bottles down. That was one of our classic lines from. I can't remember which tour. Yes i've always down. Do not put it on your forehead. Do not put it on your forehead. I mean ideally wearing a hat or a son adviser something that will protect your forehead. And i think a to better idea because that part linemen that can also really get depending upon how how. How thin years how thin. Your hair is and where. It's party that that's been a place where people will get unexpectedly burnt. Yes so so. I think it has a good call But yes if you do that then. That's one thing the other thing is after you put it on your hands right. You can use your palm of your hand. You might want to wash them before you head out because often what you do is you rub your eyes right and that will get there so we often said like pull up the bottom of your shirt. He's the bottom of your running tanker. Whatever it happens to be used that to wipe your face instead of your hands or you could wear a cool little Wristband lake napoleon dynamite and use that guy in my strength class yesterday was wearing a head like bjorn borg. John mcenroe style headband. I'm like okay. Didn't know those back in but okay

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Picky Eating Or Something Else?

Food Issues

02:33 min | 6 d ago

Picky Eating Or Something Else?

"Why. Don't we dive right in and talk about picky eating. I think it's safe to say that. Most parents have kids with picky eaters and in fact there was a recent survey that showed that thirty nine percent of parents say that it's a challenge in their home. So what do you see in your practice. I see a lot of picky eating and there's levels of picky eating the general. Please eat your vegetables. And then there was very serious. Actually medical condition called avoided. Restrictive food intake disorder or kids are frantic about food and react in a very abnormal way. That's very difficult for parents to take care of. So it's a significant problem and researchers also found that picky eating is associated. Now is hard to do this with a direct causation. Because we're not gonna starve children and see what happens to them. But there's a direct association between picky eating and an almost double chance of developing mental health. Diagnosis wow okay and do we know why that is. I think that were. We have a pretty good theory about that. Which is that. Your body isn't the government and a deficit. So if you don't have it you budget cut and survival is the most important thing. So that's going. Be the last thing budget cut so things like learning to speak a second language and mood and and energy those are things that will get cut right right and i had seen that you wrote an article about anxiety and picky eating and obviously now we're seeing increasing rates anxiety and depression particularly among children due to the pandemic so what kind of role does anxiety play in in picky eating. an excellent question julie and plays a big role. Because would you think about kids in today's society especially with the shutdown and pandemic that's raging. They have control of so few things the one thing they do get to control they can close their mouth and you can't make them. Yeah so so. That's a place that they very often. What people are anxious. They want to find something. They can have some providence over right so so for kids. It's like well you make me go to bed. You make me stay home making me wear this mask but gosh darn it. I don't have to eat that. All right yeah. So that's where so very often. These issues are playing out in food. So i'm seeing more and more psychological issues that we used to take care of other ways playing out in my realm in nutrition.

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Bret Kinsella on BOT Coin, a New Tool for the Voice and Chatbot Communities

VOICE Global 2021

01:58 min | 6 d ago

Bret Kinsella on BOT Coin, a New Tool for the Voice and Chatbot Communities

"You share with us. A little bit about you know your your impetus for creating coining the idea and And then let's chat a little bit about it and got some announcements to make around. It is okay all right great so the first thing i would just like to say about bitcoin is. I don't think it is like me. Creating more of a we created it because there are a lot of people that were behind this and i wouldn't have done it if it was just voiced bought alone. That was working on this. So that was that was one thing. But if i step back really the whole idea started with this this this other trend. We've seen among people in the industry. The ones that you and i interact with most frequently. And that's the community voice Developers owners the preneurs the business Business folks that the big companies even and what i notice happening starting about two years ago as the startup fragmentation and that accelerated last year. And so you know. I think about like three years ago we all got together in newark right and so we will together and last year. We weren't able to do that so that wasn't able to bind us together. And there were some other types of activities that we're all binding us together whether it's all building skills or doing something else and that just that just evaporated over the last. I would say two years but it was really cute last year. And so i was thinking that. That's one of the things that we do and that's really the core of your business is community but we are sort of a central gathering place at voice spot for lots of things. So i think i think we do something around community known sort of a side project that i'll do just to provide value. Everybody and that. It looked actually for a fleeting moment like clubhouse was helping with that. 'cause everyone was getting together not everybody. But at least ios people and then later the android people We're we're getting talking but that's not really a community platform so that wasn't going to quite do it And so basically. I settled on two things after talking to people about coin and the voice about discord

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

08:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Have more than one thing. We're not here to suggest that you only have one thing. But based on the big goals that you have for your life you pick one to start with and yet asked. The question was the one thing. I can do such the by doing it. Everything else would be easier. Were necessary and you keep asking that question you arrive at an ester that is so small and so simple. It's like a two inch domino effortlessly with the flick of a finger. False but because the dominoes are lined up. Everything else becomes easier or a necessary. So here's a few tactical examples of that. You wanna start living one thing. Check your four one one before you check your email before one was tool. Gives you clarity on your priorities. Even if it's blank if you stare at that before you start your email you will ask the question. What are my priorities. And when you ask that you will identify them and you will write them down and then every day that you check them. You will be confronted with your priorities before you are confronted with everyone else's it will change your life that's an example of thinking and going small kaelin the next one because mind is progress over. Perfection talked about that. A little omer see. This is something that i think. A lot of high achievers are perfectionist at heart and so it can be really hard to get over her not doing something perfect and sometimes we set these big giant goals and yet if we don't think we can achieve it and we don't think we can do it perfectly actually lower the bar rather than embracing the fact that if i set that high goal and i work my darndest to get there that i will have made more progress than i would have. How did not set the goal at all and that progress over perfection. If you can live that and really embrace the fact that you're going to fail and you're going to make mistakes you're going to struggle and you're going to get further than you would have. Had you not set the goal at all. That's right 'cause again folks just like seeing big small. It's easy to think big and say i'm always have cleared on my priorities. I'm gonna time block my entire day. I'm going to protect every time block. I'm gonna perfectly in order priority and even if you make infinitely more progress today than you did yesterday if that progress is not as high as the idea of perfection that was in your mind you will feel like a failure focus on progress over for perfection perfection just yet milwaukee of what's possible and just a fully take you off the hook as one of the poster children of this brand. I have never had a day. That perfectly lift the one thing no one in five and a half years every day. I have acted out of priority every day. I have failed to say no to something. That i said yes to but should have. And if you look at my focus my clarity. The control of my time today versus five and a half years ago is day. Focus on progress. Give up the idea of perfection. The next thing that comes to my mind is graceful accountability. Jeff can you share a little bit about what that means. Now is one of the three commitments of book living accountability cycle but depending on your upbringing. And who you surround yourself with when you hear the word accountability. Some people here accountability and it is a positive thing. Some people here count ability and it is not a positive connotation is that at least with the one thing. It's about graceful accountability with us. Think part of the reason this this works is not only because at simple but because we never sit down with person or an organ agency say here is exactly what you have to do and if you do not follow the plan exactly the way that we have laid it out. You will fail. It's what's the one thing you can do. Sometimes there are things that you can't do literally got off the conversation with one of our corporate partners out in india with everything that's going on in india right now it's been a few months. They looked at their gps and they fallen behind speaking to the chairman of the board. And i'm saying dude. Give yourself some grace you've been on the phone with the government like using your resources trying to get oxygen distributed around the come the country to help save lives. So what if you've fallen behind on some of these priorities. Your focus has been elsewhere. Give yourself some grace and now. Here's the accountability is the goal. Stale the goal. Yes it is okay well based on that. What's one thing you can do differently. What do we need to be focusing on the next thirty days to make up the gap because the goal is still. The goal is not a punitive conversation but we are going to have a relationship with our goals. Let's go that's what we mean by graceful accountability for us listening. Here's how to apply it. You're gonna fail living in the one thing every day. You're never going to be perfect to give yourself grace. Don't make latte the expectation and when you pick yourself back up dust yourself off. Don't beat yourself up and still get back into it because if the goal is still the goal then you need to ask the question. Hey based on everything that's happened. What's one thing. I can do such to by doing it. Everything else will be easier or unnecessary. Jeff that's the point right like that's the living. Your one thing is when it's the getting back up when you don't miss the mark and saying i can do this again and maybe the thing that i want to do. I need to go smaller. Maybe the reason that i did chief it was because it was just ramming my head against that fifty seven domino. When really. what's the one thing i can do versus the one thing. I should do the one thing i want to be able to do. How can they break it down smaller so that i can get their extraordinary. I'm looking to get exactly so folks from ohio. The purpose of this episode was to recap some of the most impactful things that an and i have not only lived but also observed on each of our individual journeys of living the one thing and based on the stories of now three hundred different episodes are question for you is if you could only choose one of these things to focus on dvd. Get clarity on your core values. D need to learn how to have a relationship goals dini to figure out how you get people that you work with to start going on this journey with you. You need to find a community outside of your job. It can support you or do you need to focus on your mindset if you can only do one to start which would it be identify that one and just start whacking away at that domino until false. That will automatically set you up to ask the question. Where do i need to focus next on my journey. If there's anything we can to support you along the way and over the one thing dot com. That's what the number one in the al you you can learn about all the things we talked about today from the core values decker goal setting retreat organizations that community. It's all in there are sincere. Hope is that we get to be a guide with you along your journey to waking up and actually seeing your time like it's your most valuable resource so you can start investing it and actually expecting a return personally and professionally. If there's episode has brought value please think of somebody that you can share it with the world if you did that. And if you're new to the show click the subscribe button so all future are automatically downloaded to device of choice. And while you're at it. Please consider leaving us a rating and review. Not only do we read everyone. It genuinely helps us reach more people in lavar purpose which is to help you invest your time so you can achieve extraordinary results. I'm your host jeff woods. I'm your host came unless you see in the next episode.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Day. But which you accomplish. We told this story in episode. Two ninety. Four with bob medford. If you've not heard that episode it's how one fedex leader used the one thing to achieve extraordinary results. They went there. One thing had been sitting on their play for six years. Just moving forward one thing at a time because of all the things they were saying yes to the moment he asked the question. What is our one thing. He got clarity on and he rallied his entire team around it. Instead of taking six years with not much progress they knocked it out in two weeks and it sounds insane it. I was doubtful when i heard it. But amazing things become possible when everybody is clear what matters and marching deemed ration and all that started because one person with zero direct reports an individual contributor who had doubt about it being able to scale inside their organization s. What's the one thing i can deal. And the answer was limit themselves and they started live themselves. They earned the right to ask. What's one thing i can do now and the answer was talk about it with my manager and by knocking that domino down the domino effect did it's thing the point for you as does not worry about. What will my boss say. How do i get my team on board. First and foremost start your self. Then start speaking about the value that you have experienced and you may look realize okay. We need to have a conversation. That's when ed reached out to us. We got on the call. So that's always an option as well but the bottom line is leadership starts self leadership. Start with you suggest to recap where we're at so far. Yes when we think about some of the most impactful things that we personally have lived and experienced as well as gotten to witness other people experience. One kit clarity on your values you have values whether you're clear on them or not. That's actually not the point. Very small number of core values that are currently acting as the compass for the decisions that you make. If you're clear on them you can make decisions in alignment with them. If you are not clear on them you might make decisions that are in conflict with them which creates stress anxiety. Get clear on your core values. Second if you are a goal setter. It is time to ask the question. How do i not focus on setting my goals. How do i focus on having a relationship with my goals become the type of person who prioritizes just taking time out of your normal rhythm with the people that matter most to cast the vision for your life and make sure that what you say yes to this. Year is in alignment with that vision and the people that you do life with our clear. What matters to you. You're clear on what matters to them. She can support one another and third. We spend so much of our life in our jobs yet we will never achieve as much as we can possibly achieve especially professionally if we do not go on the path of empowering others that we work with to live the ones as well.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Blue. Everyone else out of the water. It wasn't even close. Just like how. Stevens point is shattered. Most of you guys. He had twenty five hundred when vast majority of you had less than one hundred. It's not even close because when you get clear on what matters most every single week and you can show how this not only matters most this week but it matters most in the context of the month a matters most in context of the year which lines up with the business plan. You achieve more in less time with less stress. That is how these things come together. So let's have a conversation about how we want to show you. How when we support companies what that looks like so first thing we have lots of companies that will say like at a guy reach out zack. Last week who wants us to do something for his sales kickoff. If like great we can facilitate training to to help change people's ideas and that can just be that's virtual Used to do stuff in person just to introduce the principles because when you introduce the principles people start to think differently and sometimes they want us to do a series where we might do series over time to really change how they view their time. Call it three to four sessions stretched out every other week or so then at the end of the day of we wanna create something that's lasts in your culture. You don't need us. You don't want us. We want to teach you to fish. So we have to certify leader so that's either certifying leaders internally to drive the adoption so they can have the conversation. I am having right now. And there are some of you who are on this call who are certified ambassadors who are so passionate about the one thing that you wanted to master itself and you want to be an ambassador to go out in the world and to spread it and then ultimately there's full blown cultural implementation and when i talk about cultural implementation i mean..

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Before i check my email. I needed to form the habit of interacting with a four one one so i just checked my priorities before checked. Everyone else's probably one of the most powerful habits formed in my life. That's how all these things fit together. So the question for you. If you are a leader of people the things i would point out. You need a gps. You need a four one one if you are an individual contributor you need a four one one and you do not need your permission for you to get clarity on your priorities. Because this is actually the way that the scales cool part for those of you that are individual contributors One of the largest organizations that we work with the reason we started working with them is because one person named ed might be on. Here was a member of our living in community and he every week asked. What's my one thing. Every week he asked. How do i time block. I one thing and he came up with ways to protect his time block and he just started using a four one one but very adamantly for over a year he insisted jeff this will never work inside an organization of our size. You kept using it..

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"For this role and for you got promoted. You actually had a sense of what those things were and you did them so well. That leadership moved you up the chain true or true so we look at an org chart. I don't look and ask. What are all the things these people need to do. I ask the question whether the two three things that our goals require that this role do exceptionally well. And now when you look at the people that are in that role we just ask the question. Where are we are do. They need to be at. How do we take them on a path to getting there in this is where your and see how the tools of the one thing really start to come into play. So let's walk through how things actually start to to work together. How how this works. This is what we refer to as the productive system and this is just a name for how all the tools of the one thing that together. So what we do. Is we help. Individual sat goals someday from now. This is what your organization does the. Ceo of your organization doesn't wake up and say what are we focusing on this year. No no no no. There's a much bigger vision of where the company needs to be someday from now at their goals around that and based on that there is then short slash long-term goals like where do we need to be in the next three to five years to feel like we're on track based on that brings a lot of focus on what we have to do this next year to know that we're on track for five years no are on track for sunday. These are proven business principles. We've just taken to the personal world goal setting retreat every year. Now when you are a leader of people once you know what your goals are for the year you need to create a gps. You need to create a business plan. This is a one page business plan that literally gets everybody on the same page clarity and alignment. We're gonna talk about an example of this. You're very shortly the not. Everybody needs a gps for those of you. That are individual contributors. You probably don't but if you actually have direct reports yes you need a gps so you can say for our team. This is our number one goal and in order to achieve that here. The handful of twenty percent priorities. We are saying to cheers the order of those priorities. Here's who owns each one at. Here's the supporting strategies for each. And here's who owns. Each one is now every single person understands business. The pie that the team is saying yes to and. Here's the slice. That i personally am responsible for that. Goes on your four one one. The four one one is a tool that gives you as an individual.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"On apple google and spotify. Welcome back at this point. In the webinar we facilitated inexperience a scavenger hunt to help people self discover what the first lie is of productivity. We obviously can't do that with you here since. It's a podcast. If you do want to see that scavenger hunt you can go to the one thing dot com slash webinar. You can find the webinar titled how your team can achieve more with the one thing and it was right at about eighteen minutes. Into the webinar that we facilitated the scavenger on exports number. One lies liat. Everything matters equally when we look at this list. How many of you out of curiosity found yourself trying to get as many items as possible and least amount of time and this is reflective of our daily lives. We wake up we tell ourselves we have to get as many things done in the least amount of time possible and.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"With you. They will actually generate extraordinary results and we have to have a conversation about the challenges that were even addressing here. If i it really comes down to two things. Clarity and alignment by sue things. Down clarity and alignment every challenge from a productive cultural standpoint stem from one of these two things clarity. A lack of clarity or lack of alignment. How many of you know a really clear on what the priorities are for the organization. I'm not talking about everything i'm talking about. The twenty percent priorities that drive eighty percent of results and you can tell me the order of priority. How many of you know like say. Great that we i know it. Prior to number one is how many of you can give me the one name of the person who's most accountable for making that happen. Any of you ever feel like priorities change in your organization. That doesn't happen with this group. Does it no not not here. it always happens. How many of you are really clear on. What do i do when our priorities change and again folks. I'm going to take you off the hook. Welcome to the party. This is every company we have ever talk to ever because remind me it what grade you were taught on how to get clarity on the one thing you were taught on how declared on the priorities required to achieve the one thing in order priority to assign clear ownership to it in a plan for one priorities change. What grade was that. Zero never happened. But that's what we started to realize. Is we interacted with so many of you is. This was the opportunity. What would it be possible. If every person new the one thing for the organization would be possible if every person understood that if this is the one thing if this is that north star that we're going towards these handful of twenty percent priorities that are going to get us there and this is the order of priority. This is the one person who says that's my one thing number two mind one thing and number three my one thing. And here's what we do in priorities change. Then there's the alignment piece when we work on a team. What is our team to say yes to and what are we going to say no to. How many of you work in a department inside an organization where you service multiple departments whether it's marketing whether it's it customer service how many of you feel like you're a central services department where.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"What's as you go on your journey of living. The one thing at some point you're going to begin to wonder if you can achieve everything you want to achieve when your team doesn't live the one thing. How do i live the one thing. If my boss doesn't lift one thing how do i say yes to my one thing. When i've got all these people in my company who are asking me for things they all think it's the most important thing this is where my job personally gets exciting for the last several years we have been diving deep with organizations to help them use the principles of the one thing to achieve more with their team and it doesn't matter if you're a company of five people or literally five hundred thousand like many of the fortune one hundred that we've worked with the principals are simple and they scale. That's the purpose of this episode. Recently we did a monthly webinar. Usually we bring on a bestselling author whose book we think is aligned with the principles but in this last webinar we realized if we could only have one conversation. This was the best way we could bring value. How do we show you a clear road map for how to start living the one thing with your team. How do we cast a vision of what it looks like to use the tools to create a productive culture. Let's address some of the biggest challenges that people have when it comes to managing their time inside these organizations. We share some case studies of what it's looked like when we've worked the companies and our goal. Is that by the end of this episode. You will have clarity on one thing you can do to better drive the one thing with your team or ultimately with the entire organization and that's whether you are a leader and have direct reports or.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Just take a pulse on how I was feeling and why things were happening and when I backtracked it was really are weak. Blew up because we didn't have that time together because it doesn't take that long to get on the same page and it is takes even less time to get off the same page And by the way me blowing everybody schedule up was a simple slack. Message asking somebody where this fell in order of priority on their four one one and when thought they'd have it accomplished by it wasn't like I said I need this done today. I was just asking what when this was going to happen by but that simple message because I was not in sync with. The team literally derailed the entire team for a full day. So here's the question for those of you who are listening to this. If a simple message inquiring into where this falls in order of priority can do that what could an email do could an extra conference call do and you multiply that times. The number of emails and messages and conference calls. That are flying out the door. Every single day how cleared easing people really are and how productive our people really being. And what's the cost of that? And I want to add that clarity and productivity are two things that if not also in conjunction with alignment you can be productive in the wrong direction and you can have clarity on something that someone else sees the entirely opposite side of so in a culture where we are so focused on self reliance and being self made and self love and self sufficient we are so connected to each other and I. I guess I feel it more than ever as we're socially distant and we are in our homes and yet we rely on each other so much and the more connected we are the more productive we are and the more conversations we have that are meaningful versus just filling space so that were again feeling like disconnected because we can't have conversations like that has a toll and a cost absolutely and this is why just one of the surprises for us going through this has been the number of organizations that you know they wanted to do a GPS this year. They wanted to roll for one runs out this year and when covert originally head all our conversation said. Hey let's press pause and wait till this thing blows over then we can have the conversation. That's what I was anticipating happening. When I didn't expect was that within a matter of weeks they'd be circling back and saying we actually understand. We need to be doing this now. We can't wait because like you said it. Just uncovered everything all the weaknesses in the leadership structure all the weaknesses in a model for having communication and accountability. It was exposed and the solution is surprisingly simple. First and foremost. Is Your Business. Plan still relevant the plan that you had for this year. Is it still the plan? The vast majority of people the answer is no. There are some businesses. Where the plan has. They're still going in the same direction but it still is going to require modification in in that there is a very amazing opportunity to galvanize all your people and rally them together. That's by creating A. Gps would we this company on Monday that we did it with you. Know this is a multibillion dollar organization and we had everybody from the chairman of the board the entire C. Suite presidents vice presidents. It we had about seventy people on their total and the feedback at the end of it was the people who were the most junior on the on the org chart who attended the session. What they said was they. They always had seen the leaders. Say here's where we're going. But they never understood why they never understood exactly what the priorities were or why one priority was listed higher than another. They had never experienced such clarity on. Who the person was who is responsible for each and how that would actually influence what they do on a day-to-day basis. They had never seen a way that they could actually have a model that when things new demand came in or new priorities that they could literally look at this and ask what's more important this or this and that they could move forward with a sense of confidence. It brought everyone together and created clarity and alignment just by doing the plan together and then from there to be able to take it and make sure that each person understands clarity alignment on what their priorities are and how that rolls up to the bigger picture by using a four one one and it all started by doing one simple thing creating a brand new. Gps.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"And just like when you're a little kid. What we are asking you to do is simply line them up in a way that you can ask. What's the first one? Then if I just knocked that down it'll actually start to create a domino effect. That everything else does become easier or unnecessary if you get your mindset right that automatically gets you back up to remark in your business and if you re margin your business you will be able to keep the doors open. Which automatically gets you back up to invest your time and not Li Jenning for the purpose of profit but to connect with the heart of a servant that way you're doing the activities consistently moving forward. They will build so much goodwill that when you come out of this thing not only. Are you still alive? But now you're actually setup to thrive. I can give you specific if you'd like one. Here's here's a great. One thing provide a personal solution to two hundred people in the next thirty days. That's ten a day five days a week you can. A person can execute that in order to be able to provide the solution for two hundred. That means you're going to if if that means I'm going to do ten a day and whatever numbers work for you just using these as an example. Do you think I'm GONNA call the first ten? Get the first ten that need me to do something for them and provide the solution for no now in the process of doing this. I'm going to. I'm going to build a plan that will have conversion rates just like regular lead generation. I'm going to call this many people. I'm going to have complete this many conversations. I'm actually going to get this many that I can feel the same logic applies we can just. We're just going to pivot this many. You know this week closing appointments to. I'm going to provide solutions for this. Many he track at the same we get on the phone. We time block we start. We set up build our bunker. Those things all have to be the same and just as organized. But it's it's not an and it can't be so ambiguous that we're like okay. I'M GONNA help people that doesn't get you in action right. Well love about the way you phrase that it specific enough we know if we wanted. We did it or not. I can measure at the end of thirty eight. We'll do it or not. That's right because accountable goals right. That's a goal that you can be held Hold yourself accountable too. Because there's a clear finish line. Everyone and for those of you that have team that lead people. There is a tool that we use. That creates clarity and alignment so that everybody is on the same page. It's a one page business plan called. Gps AN I J. You called me a few weeks ago. And said your. Gps IS DEAD. I'm divorcing you from all of the goals that you had said it is literally dead. It's out the window and that direct language was very helpful for me because I would have gone manner by bedside manner could have used them. How but I was at least been clear but I like the I like the tough. It's good and it created an opportunity for our team to look up and say great we can no longer see what the end of the year looks like yet we in our business. I can see ninety days out for some of you might only see thirty days out. And it gave us an opportunity to wipe the slate clean and say based on everything that we know We've gotten this gift where the true priority is really staring us in the face and the things that we thought were priorities. That were actually distractions. The tide has gone out and we can actually see it for what it is. So let's narrow our focus and put a plan in place where we are clear on. What is our goal for the next thirty days or ninety days? What are the specific priorities in order of priority and who owns each one who is actually accountable for number one? Who's accountable for number two? Who's accountable for number three? And for that person to then come back and say great. These are the handful of strategies that we need to execute over the next thirty or ninety days. And here's who owns each one? Because once you have that alignment in you know which piece of the plan you own you can then transfer that to your for one so you can say instead of the year over the next ninety days. This is what I'm accountable for by that. By the way that's what I have to execute this month and therefore these are the handful of things that no ifs no ends no buts. I must get done this week. Which means better whip my planner and my digital calendar and time blocked those one. Thanks have you ever had that time where you sent an email and as soon as you click said your heart sank because you realized you had typos all over it and deep down. You didn't feel confident. Once she sent. It's happened to all of us if you're a small business owner or a small team and you don't have a full-time copy editor on staff. You are your own copy editor. Which for many of us. It's not our one thing and that's why we have the one thing. Use a tool called Gramm early. Whether you're communicating with your team online or working on a project Bramley is the digital writing tool that you can always rely on to get your message across clearly and effectively. Gramley works across multiple platforms including g mail. Google Docs and slack. There's more to writing well than just catching spelling mistakes. Graham really can help you write confidently no matter where you are. I'll share that as as a small team. We've definitely sent out newsletters to our list offering a free trail when it should have said a free trial and Gramley just helps catch those things for us. And when you get a grammar Lee premium account you can get access to so much more to elevate your writing. You can have things like vocabulary. Suggestions conciseness checks things to help you with your tone and things to make sure that you're not plagiarizing other people's work all the stuff that allows you to write with more confidence and as a listener of the one thing. Podcast you can get twenty percents off Gramley premium when you sign up at Graham early dot com slash one thing. That's twenty percent off grammar lee premium at graham early dot com slash one thing that's g. r. a. m. a. r. l. y. dot com slash o. n. e. t. h. i. n. g. Have you heard about Gusto? Gus Does one thing is helping small business owners run payroll and file taxes. Something that for many of US business owners is an hour one thing and if you're still wearing those hats even awesome opportunity to seek leverage so many of the old payroll processors out there were not designed for the way that modern businesses operate. Today and Gusto is that's why ninety percent of customers say that switching Gusto was easy eighty five percent of them say running payroll is now easier. Then it was what their previous provider and seventy four percent of customers say that it takes them ten minutes or less to run payroll with Gusto. It's because gus to was built for small businesses from the start. It works with you. Unlimited payrolls off cycle payrolls. Multiple States multiple schedules. You name it Gusto. Works with you. Everything in one place all online so that you can stay organized and take care of Your Business and integrates with your favorite tools to make your life easier. Tools like quickbooks zero Google and more GARSO's turning old school payroll on its head and it's getting even better. It's why they won best online payroll for twenty eighteen listeners. Of the one thing podcast can get three free months when they run their first payroll. 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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"You've brought this up multiple times down. It's worth diving in. What's the difference between Prophet for distribution and owners comp? And why do you need both great question? And the and perhaps one of the most misunderstood concepts prophet is a reward for shareholder investment meaning taking the wrist risk of investing starting a business owning equity. Y You're doing. Is you own a business. That's contributing value to your community your country our world and you've done what ninety three percent of the population will never do. Only seven percent of the world's population are business owners notch. Ninety three percent will work for us in some capacity and sometimes they work for his employees other ways. They work for us and bender as vendors but we we all As an entrepreneur. You're supplying for the economy. This is the thank you. The prophet is thank you for. May Take on that extraordinary risk because your business could fail and sadly many small businesses. Do I want to stop that but many do I? Here's an example. I own stock in Ford. Ford sent me a distribution checks. Thirteen dollars twenty-three cents. I can see it right in front of me now In my mind. And here's why didn't do? I didn't say Oh Ford. I don't deserve to take the money back. I'M GONNA plow it back to the company meaning they can spend it now. I own the stock. I'm hoping the stock will go up but if it doesn't it may go down. I took on risk. This is a reward for me taking risks. And we've got a thirteen bucks to I didn't call. Ford's got earned his money. Kinda work the factory line for a little bit. No this is my reward. We are all. Shareholders is our Cheryl's many cases of small business where we started the company when that money comes out. It's a reward for you for taking the risk because evaluation your stock go up or go down and goes down. Because you're the minority shareholder may one hundred percents business consequences harsh so this is a thank you owners? Hey which king come very distribution check. That's just a technicality. But owners compensation is your normalized salary. It's a salary that you get paid for the work you do within your business called an owner-operator real simple way to calculate this is if you had a hire someone else to do all the work you're doing. Would you pay them? You may say well. I'm thinking random number one hundred thousand dollars a year. Great should be your salaries the business needs to pay you. You're an employee just like you would have hired someone else. That salary is designed for your lifestyle. You live off of you. Also our in this business and so when those checks the profit distributions. That's as a reward as a thank you to you for best in the business you can use in any form you feel appropriate for your own interest off your own debt. College celebrate with the winter savings but it never never goes back into fists so here. Here's why we dove into this to this level of depth like Mike shared the vast majority of small business owners over eighty percent are managed by money showing up in the bank account and whatever is left is their comp. And what I'm hearing you say Mike Is. There's a better way it's called figure out what your salary is as the operator pick a number that goes there figure out what your profit is on. A monthly basis for owner distributions. Put It in there and then leverage Parkinson's law so that you have more constraint around your expenses so you get more innovative and creative dude you summarize that perfectly. It's exactly what you said. What's an example of a company? That's done this so I'll give you my favorite example because it it points to not just driving profitability. It points to win we focus on profitability. How absurd the industry standards can be and may should inspire you. The owner to challenge norms. You know the industry operates its way because of habits and routine and culture but doesn't mean that's the way the industry should be and and Bring about disruption can be Extraordinary to the growth and health of a business. So let me get his example. Ed I read about them in the book because they were so extraordinary. There is a baseball team And I won't reveal their names just yet I'll give it to you in a few minutes is baseball team When the owner acquired it is not as Major League team by the way when his owner fired implemented Prophet I. The end result is Through the implementation private I it triggers such innovation and such profitability. That this baseball team is the only baseball team of all minors. Allstars and major leagues sell out four consecutive seasons meaning actual seat sales and attendance every single game. It's a Pack Stadium and no other teams additionally they are the most profitable by. I don't know the exact times but like a five or ten times more profligate any other baseball team on a cash basis than my in the minors or majors. I'm sorry minors or all stars in the majors. This team is more profit on a percentage basis. I believe that most if not all so. Here's the big reveal. The company and the baseball team is called the Savannah Bananas. The best name ever and after this I guess is done anyone listening in you got google them and check them out because the innovation the owner's name is Jessie Cole. And here's what Jesse share with me. When he acquired a team average attendance to his games. The team was not called. The spent bananas by the way was something else was three hundred people in in the stadium and That's true for most minor leagues very low attendance. Peel by baseball teams. That are usually because it's it's an ego thing. It serves their aspirations by a two to have a baseball team Jesse went into the profitable. He implemented profit from day one and says well with three hundred people. You pay ten dollars tickets. Three thousand dollars to operate a team. Forget it. He goes infants profit. I and these are not enough money to operate the scoreboard. Here's what he does. He says. Okay we got to turn off his car board. First of all this is true. They literally turned off the scoreboard to save on electricity and notice that no one in the stadium of the strange people cared or even noticed like who cares about that he he knows he said that tickets were sold through a system as a by is a ridiculously expensive system. Like five I think one hundred thousand dollars and it takes five percent or lever of every ticket sale. He can't do it. He's like so. We went back old fashioned tickets by. He's innovators that we're GONNA make the tickets the shape of a banana and they're gonNA become mementos then he said. Why are people coming to this game? He said most people come to entertain. This is a shocker shocks. Baseball's kind of boring. He he says we need to entertain more but he goes with I. I can't afford entertainment. You know the the the person in the costume running down along the baselines up with the mascot. I can't afford it all I have. Are The baseball players either baseball players that are the best athletes? College comes `this is their free. What he decided was the first day of practice as Esteban. Baseball player will not learn more about baseball. You won't throw better or catch better. Teach you how to line dance absolutely true. They have a line dance. Choreographer there who teach the line dance and so it happened now. These baseball players started the line dance and the audience start as noticed. This is going on you go to baseball game. And there's these baseball players. Doing these dances and stuff is kind of fun. fast forward. They start doing these highly innovative things. They do True title they do a banana in the pants retain. It's not not what you think. You think what they do is they. Were able to negotiate with a banana sponsor To Get Free Bananas and they will announce at the stadium. Haywar and do the banana pants attendees will run to. There's not productive. The stadium runs upper deck grabbing. And throw these bananas off. Adak and baseball players will put these balloon pants on trying to catch him in their pants. The banana asked my favorite thing though. I was so intrigued by this. By favorite thing was I went to multiple games now to observe this flight. Four to object five thousand people in a stadium that can fit forty five hundred people standing room only pack. There's antics going on the whole time. I the privilege of throwing opening pitch few seasons back. I go there and I'm watching and Jessie Cole. The owners still access the announcer. He Goes Hey. We like to start the game off by asking any parent here with babies under five months old to donate their for the opening ceremony. And that's the words you use donate their baby and I'm just kidding. There's mother's running down concrete steps with their baby like a football and they run down and out of all the quote donated babies. They will pick a baby. They will put this little baby in a banana costume. They will scurry the child to a pitcher's mound and all the baseball players will surrounded with her fingers kind of flicking and down and the the owner. Jesse's baby squat down. You can't see the baby to see the huddle around with these fingers. Flickering and all of a sudden on the stereo blasting you hear a KUNA Matata Lion King One Jesse leaps out holding this baby up in the air like Lion King and the audience loses their day. Go crazy and that's how the game starts. And as a result of four seasons sold out their their fifth season the twenty twenty season which starts in June I believe or maybe late May is already Almost sold out. It'll be the next month or so their shirts and all their goodies and those type of stuff uniforms sold throughout the world They've been on. Espn MORE THAN ANY MINOR. League baseball team in history There's even talks doing a TV show about them if you come to Harlem globetrotters of baseball and Just he's actually come friend of mine in attributes a lot less to offer I because when you take your product I it doesn't say you know just cut caused that's a small part of it. Where really says is? How'd you get so innovative and drive the same results and that raised on I love it I love it. And here's here's something out relates to you living the one thing. It's this idea that we've shared for all of us. Who have ever been on a vacation ever. How much did you get.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Then the monotonously generation that was real interesting. When you think about it like that why would you do anything else? It's it's in the book. If doing the most important thing is the most important thing why would you do. Anything else Jonathan I wanNA thank you for coming on the show. Thank you for first and foremost being an advocate. The living the one thing join Ross and your listeners. Thank you for introducing Jonathan so the buck and You know now what's cool as we see people go on this journey where we call it times in Akron teased answer treading. Most people start by just trying to keep their head above water. It ended discover the one thing somebody cool introduces them to it and they start implementing the one thing then they move on to a place where they really start the master at. And that's where you you've been and you move in that final stage of empowering hiring others to the point where you're starting to have conversation with your leadership about how to make this part of the culture you're starting to we roll this out to your team we share. There's with you who's listening to this because quite often we can say well. I'm not the CEO. I'm not the founder. I'm I'm not the decision maker. Hodgepodge all leadership leadership begins with self leadership every company we've been in has started as a result of an individual who lived at themselves. Then they started speaking it and empowering others to limit you have an immense amount of power because when you start living this you have a real relationship with your goals. Suddenly you start investing your time rather than just passively spending it with no expectation of a return it all starts with you if you would like to take it to the next level like Jonathan has done go to the one one thing dot com slash training under the basics courses. You will see a course there on the four one one. You can download the four one template there if when when it's an excel all the allegiant. Abbas I just did another tab. Excellent started tracking my numbers. It's nothing crazy folks but I just have it on the same document as my four one one and you of course to watch through it as well depending on when you're listening to this as we own the end of the year we will be kicking off a sixty six days challenge January I just for our members. So when you're on the page at the very the top where you'll see a big red button that says join the community. Click there and you can learn more about the sixty six day challenge. We will be launching. You could form an amazing seizing power habit or around generation whether it be for your health and you can do with a community. That's actually going to support you along the way that's all happening. The one thing dot com aww slash training..

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Right. It's the number number one live productivity people. I mean it's it's the eighty twenty rule showing up all over the place and I think I've experienced it myself and I've seen it where a lot auto sales people they see all the accounts that they have they run feeling like they have to touch all of them if an account shows interest in. I'm doing a deal. They just say yes and run and try to close the deal without taking a step back and actually asking how much effort and time is it going to take. What's what's the Roi? On that and that low hanging fruit actually a distraction. I'm hearing you say jars. You realize you could spend the amount of time it takes is to close. The deal is the same whether it is a megadeal. or whether it's an Itty bitty bitty deal and you just started saying no to the Betty's yeah it'd became apparently clear even to the point where I started shorting the opportunities in a bucket in my email just based on bills over a certain threshold. They were GONNA be five. The seven of those deals that were in my bills over excise folder that I knew yielded X.. Amount of hours attention per day and then the full. There was just dollar amount underneath that that I would only get to after I went for each of those deals. A big deal bucket by with the idea that if those were getting the attention could earn the right to get to the smaller deals but what I also started finding was. I wasn't getting around to the smaller deal. It was so in that process. Ugh I just started delegating them to other company which. I don't think anyone is really doing but there was no no one thing we couldn't do it. I would just call up and say hey you need X.. Hours of operation needs quote the best. Do you want to make thirty percent on it. It's pretty much big to get presented and then right there was off my plate so I go back to focusing on the big deal and deals. It actually needed my attention. Did people think you were crazy. Yes yes absolutely it just thinking how you know from. There's an expression in cells all the shavings. Make a pile which I do agree with. I don't like leaving anything on the table. I don't think any of us do right but I don't don't think that's what the one thing is. That's not how I interpret it. It's just making sure that the bigger things are taken care of first and then in delegate leverage or get around to the smaller honor things they'll get done I don't like forgetting about them but yeah there were people that I can't I don't have time for the fifteen k quote and what do you mean. There's I knew twenty those just to do one deal. I'm trying to knock out today right so it was. It was different at the beginning. So I love that one or some of the other things. You fast forward that you now realize man I say note of that and you didn't before. Ah Yeah that's one that it was hard Still is hard and it's still refining the main things I'm saying no to now our meetings meetings with no outcome meeting with no agenda something I did again. This is an adjustment at the beginning. Was Fifteen minute meetings five minute meetings instead of the typical. Oh thirty minute meeting. That could be done in five but just because outlooks default is thirty minutes. That's just what people set the meeting at. But that's a bedtime on the calendar allender right so also the other thing we are meeting now. We'll do a weekly call where everyone comes to the table with questions they had instead of the weekly pop up meetings or slack messages or teams messages That sort of thing so you know and now the other thing that is delegating getting some of the smaller opportunities their accounts or you know they need attention but they just they could be managed or run through their affiliate community or or something bar reps that are on the team that are trying to get experience and to win win. So I wouldn't say they know it just those transition into more overseeing instead of love Being in Hamdan with and your words it comes he said something. That's that's very wise. Actually he okay. Well I wouldn't say it's saying no per se folks. Most the time were saying no. We're not actually saying no or saying yes to something else. Were leveraging it to other people were creating systems your email system. You're not saying no to responding into a smaller size accounts. You're not saying yes to them. I which inherently means that your time to respond to them is lengthened and and that is okay. It's it's actually less about saying no to everything and just being really clear about what you're going to say yes to I and one other thing on that just came to mind hearing you say that was something a little bit unexpected. They came came of this. was you know in our roles sales. There's many the fact that there's people that are prospecting. There's people that are closing those people that are account managing managing and our structure. Has Those parts sort of broken out. We have someone. That's doing prospect thing. How much managing smaller accounts and then we have people? People that are managing larger concert field account manager counting. That's right so part of something that I started saying no to or just thing was is the best. What is the best use of my time in sales role and a lot of people would say a little bit of everything but what got what I started thinking more about was if someone that can do the prospecting or if there's someone whose job it is to you prospect and they're not in gold on revenue closed and that really might not the on my plate my best time spent might be actually interacting with people building relationships and that was also a change again? I don't know if it'd be staying. Noticed something but more more or less just changing now with on it. I don't know if the best use of my time in the stroller. Some the other is spent prospect. They making cold calls right. I think what changed for Komo was realizing building relationships and getting in front of customers in person was the one thing I can't delegate leverage or outsource so so the other things can be but those activities they have an amazing return on time and just they they lead the bigger outcome so taking some of those actual activities activities that are associated with cell to the people who actually just get paid on. That was also a change in saying no to that was unexpected when I thought about what are the activities that lead to success in this role and that was something that I just didn't expect but looking into it and realizing what the one thing I can be doing it became more and more clear. Yeah so there's actually a really cool case study about this when Gary Keller step back in as CEO of Keller Williams last year immediately he dove in every every saying and J. asked him at one point like why are you getting involved in everything and he said because I don't know yet what's truly important in requires my attention and what doesn't yet he said. Once I can make that distinguishment. I will immediately leverage all the things that I can. I'm GonNa meet leverage all those things that can be done by other people and the stuff that cannot be leveraged to other people Yet I'm going to do so that I can develop a model in a system around it so that I can leverage myself out. Do you know how long it took him to pretty much leverage himself out of a job now how long about five months violence. It's Kim to completely get get himself back into a true CEO position or chairman of the board position he still has the CEO Tidal but he's got people who wake up and own each part of the business and then he just gets to play coach. Pretty amazing when you commit to living your one thing you commit to having clarity on your priorities so you can have a relationship with your goals challenges just because you know what your priorities. Stories are doesn't mean the world stops spinning one of the biggest challenges are members. Face is their email. Let's be honest folks. Your priorities rarely rarely live in your inbox. They live on your four one one. Your inbox is simply everyone else's priorities. Just stacking up and if you don't have a model and a system for managing edging your inbox effectively. You end up treating everything like a matters equally. We're excited to share a simple tool with you. That will give you back time when it comes to your inbox that the tool is clean. 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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"This is the one thing podcast where we teach you the surprisingly simple truth behind extraordinary results. I'm your host Jeff wits anytime we do corporate training we look at. What does it look like to have the one thing spread throughout an organization to become part of the culture? Answer is different depending if you're working with. It Verse Says Engineers Verses Your Marketing Team your operations team finance and there's always one group that is just a slam dunk. The makes a Lotta Sense salespeople. When sales people truly become productive active when they are clear on their priorities they form habits around the activities? The drive the greatest results they get clear about what they're saying yes to and learn how to say no to all the the things that distract them it drives the overall revenue of the business and makes everything else easier or a necessary. What does it really look like how to live the one thing as a salesperson? That's the purpose of this episode. Today you're going to hear from somebody who is a sales guy. He's specifically in tech sales. Where no he worked hard had great work ethic had good results and then was introduced to the one thing suddenly only? He became very clear that everything didn't matter equally including his customers. He got clear on the ones that mattered most and started to form models Systems so that he focused his time on the accounts that mattered most first and ultimately it put them at the top of the stack. We're going to dive into specifically what that looked like an offer. Those of you who are in a sales capacity or Biz Dev capacity can begin to lift the one thing in that that area as you go through this you'll hear him consistently reference the four one one which is a tool that we use to get clarity on our priorities if you would like to download the four one one one go to the one thing dot com slash training. That's what the number one in the URL the one thing dot com slash training under the basics courses section. So you will see a quick tutorial on the four one one you can download the template and get that video for free if you'd like some more robust training around it under the foundations course section. You will see one of our flagship courses called get results with your four hundred one. This hold your hand. Is You fill out your four one one and also shows you how to roll it out with your team. This is the backbone of what we train when we go inside of corporations and make it part of their culture. The cool thing is when you get access to that course if you become a member of the living room community which is one of the options. When you go there you'll also be automatically able to join us as we kick off the New Year with an exclusive members only sixty XT6 day challenge? You'll join over a thousand people as we lock arms on one thing and make it power habit within the first sixty six days of the year all of that happened by going to the one thing dot com. You can check out the results with your four one one training under the foundations courses or at the very top you can just click that red button that says has joined the community and learn more but that. Let's get into this episode with Jonathan Farber. And how did you come across the one thing. It was actually recommended by a friend of mine that's got into coaching. He came across the book he he said it had a huge impact on them. What it really helps them do is prioritize and kind of clear through some of the clutter? We were both getting busier and He just said it was a must read. We've both read a lot of books as a bunch that kind of go overhead jer cracks may not resonate but he described the one thing is something that puts thoughts words thoughts that we have a lot so got into. It didn't just fell in love with the concept. Yeah well call him out Jordan. Ross you're the man in for for attorney Jonathan on onto this out thank you very much. I'm curious you said you. Both of you read a lot of books yet. This one really stood Out Why you know. There's some books like a mentioned that really put words the thoughts and I think a lot of books. Folks have the potential to do that. But they're overcomplicated the thing about one thing than the title. Surprisingly simple truth is that it was one of those concepts that jumped. I'm down to me is hiding in plain sight. It was something that was right. There wasn't overcomplicated was broken into a couple of simple steps. That if you could just get your arms around and both on in small things. He didn't have to try to reinvent something that wasn't done before so it was a simplicity of it. They're really hit me that you didn't need to do all these extra steps activities it was just thinking about what actually mattered and planning with the end goal in mind. And back into that was acclimate acme when we started doing that love it love. It gives us a sense of professionally. Watch your life looks like yes so day-to-day working in enterprise technology company Work in New York City. There's a lot of clutter. There's a lot of activities could be doing. I cover about one hundred accounts have having inside. CMS supports that but there are a lot of activities and accounts that you get attention for different reasons and Were our goal is on a revenue number. So there's a lot of ways to be busy but there's also a few ways that you can be more productive so we're all gold on a number. We work in a team goal but we collectively strategize how to grow account to open accounts at work with affiliate partners and Spread into technology that we sound that we work with classic tax sales job. Perfect give us a sense. You know anytime. We're inside of companies. Sales is always one of those divisions that this makes show much sense to to drive as part of the culture. 'cause for reps in their life can be a bit chaotic. Even though it seems pretty clear go sell goalie generate. What did your day to day activities and results results look like prior to the one thing from started data end of the day just reacting doing activities that I would sometimes I feel great about feel really busy feel really pulled from meeting to meeting just have five or six meetings in a row? There's no why was having having the clarity on while I was having but thought I was just GonNa have enough activity that it would lead to result that was the only sustainable for a certain period of time and it didn't lead to results Jeff I'll say that doing that. I think I see it in my organization to is a better alternative than people that I do a lot of activity at all you. Can you know for me. Some of my favorite concepts are just around action and doing things but through through that process of taking more and more action and then reflecting on it led me to the refinement of the action figuring out what activities are leading to the actual productivity. And they're not just busy activities so from the standpoint of when the change took place it went from doing a lot to doing a few few things but really just hunkering down and it Kinda cleared a lot of that mental cloud that mental fog that I get to the end of the day I feel like I did a ton but the scoreboard didn't necessarily correlate with that and there were just be inconsistent results. There'd be some amazing months it'd be some non and it was tough to make the station wideout happening so I'm having flashbacks to my sales career when I sold copiers and the medical devices remember. I woke up a looked at my digital calendar islander and basically followed that so if I had an appointment with an account I had that appointment and what I did before that I opened email and I went through the email and if there was a customer fire where I jumped on it because I thought I gotta provide great customer service and I'm going okay. I got time to kill so let me call a few people and the day was essentially holy reacting to e mails and fires making calls in between meetings and hoping that I would hit presents club hoping that I would hit my number and make the kind of commission I wanted to make. It wasn't methodical though. Yeah and what I started happening was about the same time then I got into a corporate selling was about the same time I started investing in real estate it it became more and more clear that something needs to change and it couldn't just be about doing more activity it needed to be about how it was planned and which I tasked we're going to be done became more and more apparent because at the same time as getting into the corporate selling and the technology I was investing in real estate on the side at at the same time and those activities started to become more top of mind or I needed to get more creative with the time that I was spending outside of the office that if if I was coming home or work on the weekend I made sure I was. I was squeezing those hours and making sure that they were actually leading to results and a lot of that came through goal setting and and and kind of modeling. Other people just other sites informs bigger pocketing one of them falling blueprints but then understanding how can they get the most out of that time and then once the plan and the end goal back into it to get. So what. I what I'm hearing you say. Jonathan is you. Prior to the one thing you're really early entrepreneurial you took lots of action based on your natural ability and got your results and when you started to get into real estate investing you realize that because you suddenly had more on your plate you were having ceiling over your achievement or the ceiling over what you could actually accomplish. Then you started looking for a more purposeful approach approach based on models insist on that if you could follow them to really get clarity on activities that would drive results that ceiling would be raised though what. I'm hearing one hundred eight percent so let's fast forward. You did start living the one thing. How did you end up ranking in terms of all the reps near company? Yeah so to the point you made earlier is that it did leads a result But it wasn't sustainable right so the results and achieving Proto was was something that was nice. It was happening after year but it wasn't tactical. It wasn't sustainable. So when I really drilled into the techniques methodology of one thing last year and started doing a four one one started working with an accountability group started. Actually outlining what activities are yielding results. It changed it. Change everything from the real estate side of things to the to the technical side of things actual selling side of things so last year was the first year I was able to go to club which was awesome was able to finish in the commercial space in our company. The number one reps it just based on Attainment and it came through just focusing on larger accounts realizing that larger accounts merger your partners took about the same time and energy as working on the smaller ones and it really hit me one day when I was thinking if I just focus on these five accounts and and we generate business with these five accounts that would surpass the forty transactions in the forty accounts right underneath it. So why would I be focusing on those accounts and that's when things change what I'm hearing you say is you realized every account.

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"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"one thing" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Bite my tongue not to say twice a week because I'm addicted to. If I'M GONNA AWESOME I go big. So why not twice a week with my husband wouldn't that'd be great rates him well. I Wanna I WANNA knowledge. You not sustainable. I want to acknowledge. Did you commend you for thinking begging going small our ego gets in the way and says we have to do so much more especially for those of us that are achievers and to have the humility to trust the domino effect to say. I'm going to get there and it's not gonna be by setting the bar too high. It's going to be by setting the bar at a level where I could get a series of wins. Consistently I think the other side of that is also knowing when it's not not enough to make a difference his it'd be really easy to say oh yea once every quarter. I wanted every once every whatever right once it's every decade that'll do it so as I was thinking about that in you know moving from two times a week to two times a month all should I you do once every month. Once a month does feel like that would be enough to to strengthen a connection <hes> um with humans humid yeah well. Here's what here's why I love what you just said because some people might be thinking lunch twice. A month doesn't help you go to bed earlier earlier. Every night. What you just said though is that you believe that if you can have once twice a month you have enough connection that you won't feel the need to stay up later to try to create the connection and that would make it easier for you to give yourself permission to go to bed earlier and if you did that that would make they get more likely for you to actually get more sleep. which would make it more likely for you to deal with all the stuff that's on your plate? Absolutely absolutely success sequential folks not simultaneous one thing at a time think big go small trust the dominoes will fall and sometimes those dominoes are not the domino's that fall you know when there's that one thing that you do that makes five dominos fall. It's not always a thing. One of those dominoes could be guilt. That's no longer there or it. It should be energy that have makes those five domino's turn into ten domino's that is what's incredibly impactful hatful by really finding. What is the one thing you can do that by doing. It makes everything else easier tiffany. What what guidance would you give somebody to to get started taking the time to figure out what your one thing is and then just keep trying <hes>. It's the same answer every time. Somebody asked me that. Just keep trying. Its journey it. It's not an ultimate destination. Thank you so much for coming on and sharing your story being willing to to welcome us into your life so we have understanding and also so to talk about what your path has been since it is absolutely been my pleasure. I hope that this helps helps other people in the same way that all those that came before me really helps me so I'm thankful to them and unhappy to pay it forward.

tiffany