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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

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03:57 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Little time for the right time and So that's that's my number. One of all time everything because it's just so tightly precious and as soon as I adopted. I've never on adopted. It's always been on the front page of my fine. I will stay if ever. I love that it's such a beautiful thing for anyone who's like Oh God. I got my minds too busy. All of that stuff. It's another podcast story entirely jobs, but this is a really good place to start with just getting getting a practice, even if it's only a minute or so, Ajay. So the other APP, which is probably my second go to APP, which I use constantly, and all of them sound like them leisure than work but I see them work tools is is audible because I drive a lot. Using around than I travel a lot when we have plans in the sky, and so I tend to not do a lot of. A lot of fiction..

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Balance or sporting club? Wait bounds like we not separate people we're not. We're all the Sonya. This is this is why like the flow of it is? I mean I've I've worked remotely for probably ten years. Houseman wets remotely. We both work in off Khanna world, so we've. We've always worked from home. We've always worked anyway. We can plug in a laptop in the last few years, so we've been actually this is just business as usual frost the fact that we ought leaving the house just know it's just a bit of a bonus. Actually I have to say Dave and I are exactly the same because we work online. It was kind of like right so all of a sudden. We're not weird and the beautiful thing about. The rest of the world is now joining us. They kind of going go to work. Oh, maybe you actually is quite cooler. You can get to know people on video and. To leave the house for meetings. I've had to spend a lot of time fighting down my sense of deep deep putrid smugness because I've been banging. For a decade I've been talking to anyone who'd listen and I constantly. We talked to buses and they'd be like. Oh, no, we've gotta say people. How do we know they'll be working? It'd be like because they'll be praising stuff like Oh, output, which is what they meant to be doing now right because I'm pretty sure the output for people sitting in a desk for eight hours and. Trust would astound me and it's not. You don't have a remote working. You've got a fundamental management problems. You Trust your people to be doing what you ask them to do. So suddenly when all these big companies like Oh. Actually this is pretty good. Just signed eighteen percent on our costs of running open. So I'm feeling pretty much smokes I. Jus I guess the answer to the question because I'm such A. we go from the Tenjin us, but. What is this conversation? I I really think that the important thing is that that we feel ourselves. We feel integrated and I think the integration paces really important. If I feel like, I'm only working, and I'm not not paying and I'm not baking bread and I'm not hanging out with John and I'm not playing with the dog like that's when I'm out of balance, and now sometimes i. I might have to deliver something so I will spend a frantic three or four days, but balanced by breathing and stopping and being really grateful for that work and I I I've worked in jobs where I've worked non-stop and I've always felt like half going to do more more, and it's so deeply unsustainable, and it's so damaging to your health so for me like. It's just the time and and what's what I'm also hoping that people have really seen how much you can get. Don when you're not wasting time sitting at your desk, such that you can take the dog for a walk in the middle of..

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"And again generalizing across. A little bit like horoscopes. It is not for the purpose of that there's there's a much bigger set of aspiration to have the material and the concrete, and that it's fixed and permanent I think again covert is smacked us in the face with a very big lesson about what is actually important and that it's kind of a health and who we are and who we connect with, and that connection is so vital so. I don't. I think. Twenty five year old, we'd be having in the twenty five year olds. I talked to a wild their minds awhile. Entrepreneurial, and say see the world that can explore everywhere them go probably a high level of anxiety, but a much higher level of passion and belief in purpose. And I like I. Don't think there's value in. I can't say what I would have done. Had I not had this experience on facebook north, and but I certainly. I certainly feel like the revelations around. That came recently to me and it was. It's been really recent. And embiid, absolutely by having spent the last ten weeks at home, versus traveling constantly and Bang Bounding Around Bang my curious steep fueled self. Really kind of go. started. Yeah I think I do a lot of. Talk a lot about my spiritual practice in my yoga practice. And I just I in fact yesterday I was writing an article for a newspaper and I suddenly realized that I actually just. The students I get inside with the frenetic energy that I have outside and it was. Oh, that's what that's about so that was interesting, and it's sort of constant, but I've been on that constant experiential path in in parallel. For a long time there was a point at which the quest for understanding self and spirituality became really super important for me, which is probably again in my late twenties early thirties, but it was a pot I was shamed off because in my family spirituality was just..

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Full of purpose another my friends at the vocational teacher has been the home of non him. He'll never do anything else because he loves it. It's it is who he is. So that to me was always very confusing, but as you say. Tree things that really I guess I've grown into now as an adult. I think I'm entering out who feel it's coming soon anyway. And one of The things that you feel are just like disjointed disasters, and in my mind every time I did one of those many things and how to realize that luck valid gifted, and I'd be like. Oh, no, this isn't a one. I would feel. I filed unfilled that yet again. I was on I get where everyone else had gotten. My life was in misery and that's that's mental. Torture debating up upper longtime. A bit it was. It really had that sense and I remember getting to my early thirties, and just having a moment of going I just Congo on like this was just unnoticed, thinking ill, so in that sense of what date bullshit it was to be so privileged, so educated so light, not in any kind of crosses, and to be in this kind of Oh no police. Just thought fucking. This is ridiculous. Your ridiculous and I kind of going what if you just tried going into work and what you're doing, just enjoying it in the moment and being the best, you can be and see if you can be in service to others. Start Reading All those books about yogurt spirituality, and actually just do that thing that they tell you to surrender to who you are and help someone, and it completely transformed my experience of the workplace in that diagnose like Oh. This is this is what we're talking about, and then from there everything. Everything just wrote in the most elegant way, and all the things, I kind of wanted in naked boom. Someone to bring up and say Oh, I've got this job. Can you come and do it and it's like Oh..

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Probably a year lecture I'm very impressed, took you any three months might take a year other than very close friends, but but you do get that perspective in the end, and you do kind of move on and try something else, so polly now I want to ask you because you're such a fascinating woman. And I don't know whether you can cost your mind back, but can you talk to me about basically your career since you left school? And how you've ended up where you are now because I'm guessing that at sixteen or eighteen or whatever you wear when you finish school, you didn't think Oh, I think I'll go for Brandon Brandon leadership person about vulnerability and shame. I totally didn't think that and. I think the benefit. Of Hindsight and the looking backwards. Is that you realize all along the way that things are really connected, and you don't recognize at the time that connected and I think particularly when you're young and. Yeah you full of all that sort of. The remnants of Nazi sticks have ego of Youth Euro just about the moment, and it's the only one thing so. A lot of my. A lot of my career was made just going down rabbit holes, but I had a lot of shame about that because I felt like I should have known what I wanted to do and They had a really really strong belief I should have known what I wanted to do. And what else knew what they wanted to do Ange? Are you talking about? As. You left school. Though because I'm really surprised I mean I knew my. Pain my whole life touted it was like. I think I'd read too many books where everyone was like dance through. Something where they were just going to be that thing and I was like Oh. Everyone else knows. I felt like I was not in on giant cosmic sacred, so the doing things wasn't so much about may recognizing I'm just an experiential. Curious creature was more like I was frantic frantic I was trying to find who I was so. I did this ends amount of stuff. And it was that sense of that identity of who I was feeling secure and feeling grounded and settled was gonna come from me a seeming identity of a job. Now I've been talking to Joseph. Bain frantically leafing through my book because now to break because he person a couple of two or more I don't know how many but one read the dogs of India and you've got the.

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Times people were like Oh would fund you, but you really need a mouse founder and you really need some expertise in anyway, so I'd kind of with the distance to go. This is not for and I'm GonNa sort of shallow channels like BITs okay. I'M GONNA to I've tried and found, and I came home, and I literally went to bed. Put the dinner of my head and I'm like this jetlag by this time, and then like a later I'm like I'm not coming out from here. This bigger than this. And the whole time I was thinking. Of Colorado blog I've got a pace about this this. This is the problem that walgreen failure. It's almost impossible to talk about if the pain is so great and the sense. Of Not being out function and you just that you've really dropped the ball in a way that so profound that as soon as I could get pen to pipe idea, but I swear it was another three months before I could write that Paste Khanna said this is why we don't talk about it because it's so painful and it's so difficult to articulate. That it's only really. I would to be mentioned with some with hailing and some distance, which has really was then we make address, stop and kind of like it's cool. It's fucking not cool. It isn't and you are I mean you know I had that happen to me with the development of my platform and I froze. You literally go I actually don't even know what to do. Other than if can pretend. It didn't happen or cannot be attained. It's not happening. And then as you say, with with a bit of distance and some time you can start to talk about it, and of course we've learned loads of things during that period, but you're not you just. You're so right with shave and I mean I don't know very much. Brennan brand stuff, but is the shame. I think, and it's not. It's not personal. Shame in some somewhere. It's just like it's a shame as well like in. Of itself, it's a shame. Yeah, and it's really was kind of deep irony, of course given on just done all this training on identifying shame and rising struggling being resilient, and there was kind of strongly resilient least rising but I. Turn around but. It was absolutely about Shyam and it was the shame. When you unpack it that not just that I've felt like intellectually I can deal with that, but on a on a really deep level. It's the shame of I'm known enough I wasn't enough to do this. Therefore, I'm probably not even enough in the world and given how many women by you and I work with. We know that the. Achi, my taste, the women in the reason they held themselves back that they're told from birth, not enough reinforced over and over and so. It's really kind of interesting. Bruising lesson of that shame is paralyzing and so much more important than ever to have us. We have to recognize when it's happening. Know what to pull ourselves out of it, and then learn those lessons of resilient, so at the end of the dead laid process besides you have rising strong. Is that you know Brennan says if you're brave enough long enough. You're GonNa full and I think knowing that is kind of like up here is. How do I get up? Dust off and put her on the Brazil. Go back in the ring without just going my life sovereign icon ever do that again. Just go back to you know something that no one will ever see me. It's like, but I also think in started. We hang onto the shame a lot longer, and we don't reward being. We're just. Yeah because to me and I actually do have that ability, and maybe that's why I'm able to keep going as an entrepreneur to just kind of go it was it happened. Move on and a laugh about it and I'll talk about it..

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Role where you are starting to become a little bit immune to criticism of other, she has very beautiful metaphor. She uses like standing in the arena, and we're in many of us are in these battles with the bigger world, but when we on caring for what the world is saying about us. We're any caring for what service we giving. It's easier to stand there. GET DOWN, stand up, so of course he's had a lot of resonance may as someone who's interested in the exploration of self, but also in startup world where. The Hawk of startups is that you must file over and over and over again and. We don't we talked about failure in Australia, but we talk about it like the Americans talk about it because I really actually do file a pretty well. We do failure in an struggling why which is, we talk about finally one more success again and we can say oh I did fell one. Which? Sorry the strategies around that because I actually obviously through my PR thing. I'm saying to people. Struggle to success. Story is really what people want to read I all want to hear the a failure, and that you've managed to recover from it somehow and yet there is that positioning in Australia of on Malaysia. I know what I'm doing so therefore. I don't want to tell you that I had all these issues in the past because you might look at me and think I'm no longer an expert. Yeah and I'm so I'm GonNa, I'M GONNA. Put that in a and I'm going to come back to drills because I'll finish often the story. Brunei because otherwise the listeners are just going to be like I'm getting confused by her rabbit holes now she's. Obsolete bringing the Brennan stuff it really resonated with me because at the time I was doing a dot up and was having my iron experience date rabbit holes of failure. And Bernice send out of things saying that she was going to do a training facilitators. I did a lot of facilitating. Speaking Front of crowds and Offering it to and Zoe. He's one of my best friends was also she's also facilitate issue header on company in Sydney, and we by. Let's both applying..

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She's THE Boss Chats

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Because my vision of you I was actually trying to describe you to someone the other day and I said I have such a clear vision of you. Because we both were at that pitch fest and I reckon we were one of four women around probably two hundred blocks. It had all been set up like the Pitch Club. Do you remember? Like a boxing ring that people had to get up stand and Tokyo and you were comparing it, and you will wearing like a fifty style dress and a pair of any mass shoes I just remember it so well. And how? Looking. Like. You couldn't get more of a sausage fest than it was putting people in a boxing ring for that in shop tank and I think that really speaks to the heart of one of the reasons. It's so difficult for women to to find that grounded place in this up sector, but you're right. I mean I think much as I. Love Rabbit Holes. I love startups for the same reason because it's like you know what you're going to get. It's the mystery of popping down that hall following the ultimate. New Shiny thing, isn't it? It's new shiny, but also I like I love to explore finding new ways to satisfy customers so from that you X. Perspective. Don. Up's always solving problems and so. What's someone's problem is a really great thing to solve it. I mean you'd know as well from having been in all businesses, particularly NPR's which telling the stories that are solving the problem, so other people can go. Oh, I want that to. You. The capacity of Idei and find new things. So interesting, so it's probably less about the shiny and collectible y and more about the lack. I feel good I can take that one off. I always think of it is just something new and exciting and interesting and I once I sort of touched the outside of it if there's anything that I can do to be involved in it or help with it or whatever that's the rabbit hole that I go down, so talk to me a little bit, so you do this Brenna Bram. Pilot Life. Pilot light wasn't pilot night here, right? So Y I want to know how you even thought of Brenna brand because I had never I know I'm probably one of very few women, but I had never heard of her before. You mentioned her. Probably two years ago I think it was when I was standing as we were chatting. So, can you tell me? Why did she raise the night with you? And why have you set this up in Australia? So, it's another interesting rabbit hole because. Can someone told me about. Recommended I read one of her books. That would have been four years ago. I was just like yeah, yeah. I'll get around to that and I never I never jived with it, and I never went down that path that was just kept saying Oh. Yeah, you should read this, but a lot of other books in my bookshelf to raid and. Then for some reason one day I was just like A. Book?.

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05:50 min | 1 year ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Hi and welcome to. She's the boss chats. I'm your host, Gills Brooke and in the show I interview amazing women and female founders. Bad what it is that they're doing and why they're doing it. It's all about US lifting up the women around us. I K well. I'm very very excited today, because I have my great friend and a woman who I have to say, his inspired me for many years ever since I first met her. As the compare of a pitch fist in Melbourne Dr Polly McGee welcome. Hey so great to be here. Thank you for asking me. It's my absolute pleasure, I just such a big fan of yours so this is W- early days in my new. She's the boss Podcast, which is really all about you, and what a great boss chick you are! So, the first thing that I want to ask you is what exactly do you do? Can you tell us about your business and what you're doing now and why? It's a great question for the now in fact, because it's something I reckon I've struggled with for lace. Fifteen years white. Light. What did he do so? This is going to be a long unexpected answer. I suspect. Long. Through a rebranding process and one of the things that I really struggled with was that. I'm what's nine apparently in the design industry as a slasher which actual last year. was even better. Sounds like something out of. What's that one lead the face? What does it, Texas chainsaw massacre? You're the slasher. Yes Evil Dead Stop. mcanuff slushy and it's interesting because I distinctly remember being coached by. Professional consultancy coach always have three or four things up your slave, so I would say well. I'm an author and digital strategist stint I'm a fifteen other million things, but people would always be like. So, what are you doing clean? Meter on stage talking and that same e books and they'd say me doing consultant saying that Samy catering for a local. Buddhist gig and it seems during stuff unlock. It was super, super confusing which I took for a long time because. All of my career's which are many varied. I have to say I've always done lots of things at once..

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"Was the York that pulled them out of the most horrific circumstance. So they're already committed for live often. You have no idea because I say nothing of the time three is lighter up. That's when they'll tell you. That's right. Which is why the beginning to be able to sit down students, and again, like there's an upfront opportunity cost of time when you're spending time in investing time early in the relationship, but off feel that the payoff of that is going to be to have a much longer retention much better additionality in terms of products services, one on ones anything else that comes with they'll bring a revenue streaming. And it also helps that person to to really be part of the wholeness of yoga. It is interesting as well because it's not just your time. It's all say that. And I find a lot of people would even take the time to fill out any client form, which is all about tell me about you. What do you want to get out of this does hackery might this better for you? And. You know, people just don't even take the time to fill that out. So I wonder if they take full healing sensitive them, come Ian. I want to sit down with you. I'm going to new and all about your name to not have time for that worked out or are gonna flow close, and they probably will be. And this is a moment where you can say, hey, you can slow down you taught to run so fast. And that you can you can connect all the Ican sisal. You're probably not going to be someone who will stay for a long time. And we'll be if you want a studio where people are going and bringing more the limbs and the I have no criticism at all. I'm completely agnostic really want to go to a gym and do a forty five minute yoga session. Any yoga is good yoga. It's old guy to apothecary enlightenment. And I don't care how you get on that path. And I think lots of people do want quick some smash smash smash. But then that's not this year. You guys are running. And if it was you'd be in the gym up the road, and you'd have that sort of world. So I think when you when you have a more specialized in nation bespoke practice, you can charge more for it. You offering something that's much more unusual diz value in that it's not commodity to teach at the gym up there. I liked it. It's like this. So many buddies say gyms, I love it. When I say men who do a lot of white work doing yoga because he know how their bodies on. And it's the greatest thing ever. 'cause it's a really good thing to say something for the first time say what feels like on a body this incredibly taught. So look, I'm I'm very proud. I don't think we can be like, oh, yuck. Should be done here. It's like it's not that rarefied yoga's for the papal. It should be everywhere with everybody in people just seem to suit your throw a little bit of false day, mid attention. And this update Lubbe type just really need it. Once-off grape that I've encountered at gyms. And no one else is men here for Todd who now have gone through the die who Justice discovered yoga, and you can just hell have good Mexican feel. And then they love it so much there was this one guy in particular. I do the God it relaxation. I would literally get to relax you as and he'd already be snoring. That's I mean, I feel that again. Like, I mean, I'm talking when I sat I'm talking through Marlins. Remind is through my experience, and it's really it's really important that we never have a universal appeal. What are our pinions? Are my opinion about yoga is that I often say it through the lens of use beauty and flexibility. And it's always Miami very distressed because I think one of the K groups who really benefit from yoga older people because I keep some flexible for longer but often it's a real bomb. Too many hot it's a real bummed to learning into oscillation and to sort of getting to a retirement age. And there's a lot of stuff that is often not repaid in people who are that maybe payment opposite origination. That they wouldn't have come to yoga and necessarily. But when you get them there, it can be incredibly transformative and hailing and gnashing for them. But if most of them are going to say pictures of yoga which PayPal doing a back bend or during these pretzel poses in. Locker it's really off putting and most people would say to that yet. And I reckon half the people I speak to including myself on start doing. I think the first thing I said to the teacher. I went to was unvarying flexible and hey to his credit. He's a it was a fantastic teacher. And hey, just shut me down in flames. It was fantastic. It was a very excoriating experience of sort of going. That's ridiculous. No one's flexible get in that class, and he'll yourself, and it was really going on. I loved him, and I pretty much detail your training because of the what hits it to me about the bodies that should be healed and the people that weren't represented on the mat, and he was very much into inclusive. Diversity, and I think that that's the right thing. And I'm always really happy on a your studio is very beyond diversity. And we want all the bodies we want all the bodies to get in syllabi and inhaling where they need to be for themselves on the met. And it's the beauty of yoga as a practice, and it is sore adaptable. It doesn't go going on. You can adapt this practice. So you'll get what you need out of us. And it's so sad. When you just don't say that represented online, and in the media and the turn to from yoga me 'cause that look like what they say representing the it's not it's yogurt that seems seeming it's every pilot lot. And if you can't say, you can't ban are really believing that. And it's one of the things that drove me for better off a west to Ticon running this it tick business because there's so few women in technology. There are so few female CEOs of stops. There are so few women who are funded by external capital and

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"That thing you'll because you just be anything you can do to get that feeling of wellness again that feeling of surrender that feeling stillness. So my feeling is that what makes people be loyal is a connection. And I think for the artists who are happy to happy will come to a month for two weeks of classes, the Bitta value proposition for them is to say, I'm gonna sit down with you for an out. I want you to tell me all about you and your life, and what it is. That's brought you want you looking for in this. 'cause I want to know that other can say, hey, I think. The yolk, right, but you're not going to suit aerial yoga. And you might not say anything. Hey, but I've got a friend who's teaching this down the road. And I want to send you to them. You want to know up front that you, and you take the rot match values. What we'd call in start will product market fit, and once you can establish product McAfee, the accustomed you can say today's the costs, I think you should do. These are the teachers who are going to work best with you. And then let's have a guy. So I want you to come and experience this and then afterwards, I'm going to sit down with you. I'm gonna talk through it. Because that way, you think about what again, we would call in the customer journey mapping. So what happens to the customer just before they make a decision to do yoga. So it's not even not even looking outside your front door. There's somewhere in their own lives having the cross is this sort of point at which they have to do something to make a change. If you really think about that whole journey, and you have a persona of that customer anything. They've got your person he at what are they doing? How that making that choice where might they be finding where are they looking for you? What's going to make him say? Ariel of Vikram or hot of flow or yin or whatever it's gonna be you're the Nazis any kind of hybrid widens, and then you've got to work workout. So where do you actually intersect with your customer really early on? What can he give them information? Wait, can you give them more than they get in? That's not when they're in the studio getting the freebie, which is actually taking a dollar out of the mouth of your hungry cat. What that's doing it. You want to be with them when they're making those decisions. So they're informed. As really the best thing is for them that additionality that additional value for them. That's really good valley here because that means you you rot at once. And you still at the time. So you've got blogs out that you've got your put cost talking about the value that can into sit with you then. So the world is really about having find us customers and connect with them really early on. So by the time, they get to the studio they know you, and they love you, and they want what you have. And they know it's going to be the thing that's going to fix them. And they want twice about signing up for a month offering year like you want that talk of customer and so. The heavy lifting is done at the decision making process, and that's usually done by giving more than they get really having them. So well informed that they know what they want. Someone who is gonna love a big shiny corporate studio experience might not necessarily wanna come in have an intimate experience because they want something different from that. So you know, that's not your market to stop win. So really Nyland down Robin going through the cookie Cada yoga one on one. How do we do it? We just do lots of socials, and we put everything on Facebook and Instagram, and then we just give out free posits really a much more sophisticated understanding of the purchasing decisions that customer is making in all contexts of their life before during after and the after is really important as well because you wanna be able to follow up once people have come particularly in the early days and say how you feeling Tunis later just a little amo. How you feeling what is there anything? That's come up. You can we support you? Because sometimes when you fister stuff's going to be different for you. So really getting that it's much bigger than. That experience the having in the room those little things as little follow up. So the things that are going to make them feel sane and heard and as the fundamental human condition that we miss out on when someone says it's an here's us we are loyal to them for life. And so I think we need to sort of rework the way we do mocking. The why we do promotions Viagra because I just don't believe that that it's ever going to be profitable. And you're ever going to really get the amount of up selling and additionality from during the Fraser are destroyed think that conversion exists. And I think people were more hardcore about analyzing what the actual numbers are that would find that. They got money leaking out the door. And there's a better way to do it. And the simplest way is to go. We don't do that. Because we really valuable. We'd love you to experience it. But if you want that visit place down the road, they'll give you a month. We've got to stand up ground, but a standing space and say we've got a valley here what we do changes people's lives. Every single one of us has taken has had a student that has told us at some point that they were going to kill themselves or self harming although. You know in terrible circumstances. I've had many of these conversations and yoga was

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"Them. Hello, Ron here. Just popping in for a moment to let you know about out patriotic page. Now, this podcast will always be free. But from as little as one dollar a month, you can help support the podcast Haya T is get great benefits such as shutouts on the podcast and exit two extra content in speaking of which with filmed a short bonus video with paulie wishy talks about transforming your amazing hot Senate idea into a good hustle. She shared some great information for just go to patriarch dot com slash flow on this podcast to learn more only the link and now show notes or let's get back to the conversation with paulie. He should mention the insurance because it something we've been working we've at our in studio, we have definitely seen Barth sods. We have had people got the intrepid house and have liked stayed on and tried lots of different classes because for us a lot of people will come to us aerial because there's not that many arrow yoga studios around but because they've got past. I'll try all of the other classes that we all thought, and then stayed on at the end of the pulse. We've had one person come to fifteen sessions on Tuesday. Sherry us at a price Ron member to their bodies. I celebrate that then she was lovely could energy to fish. So it's a really interesting one and Lynn I've had a tiny studio betray PayPal. I didn't have any internal those because I've only got three spots out. But it's sorry expected when you have the aesthetics, and in some ways, it has worked really well for us, and it has what really well with reaching people who don't have as much money who might be wouldn't you know shell out thirty five dollars for an earlier decision. And then stay on for the map class, which is another twenty dollars afterwards and have ended up lap becoming pug community and family. But we've also looked at way it just being like, oh my gosh. That'd be handbills. If everyone is on insurance past and all that classes, a fool, but you have to osteo about she'll be released. Super tricky. An when I toot around with strongly last year and was just talking aimlessly to yoga teaches in hearing this stories that are realized how pervasive best thinking had become and so I thought a lot about so what? The internal pasta. And if we go back to buy six, this is way, if we hawk back to our earlier conversation, if we go back to bicycle and say, what are we trying to achieve with this? So the outcome of what we're doing is to have a consistent flow of cash through the door. And what a lot of the teachers I spoke to really struggled with this idea of consistency. And that their incomes was lumpy that it's very hard to have what we can pie that this week. So you need to know that those people are gonna come back. The reason that people stay in any business and a loyal and h two has different retentions tons depending on what it is. If you having software as a service, you might have retention from eleven months to fifteen months maybe longer, but you know, there's always competition out this. So the thing that you need to do is to get people attached to your brand, you won't be able to be such rhyming evangelist that whatever the cost that you charge, and it's not it's reasonable because it's within the pantheon of what people charge for yoga that they're going to choose you every time that happens. We know that happens, and we're not people pay more when there's a personal connect. There's always things like convenience and price sensitivity. But Jim really when we feel good. And when we have a transformational experience and the majority of people come to yoga because they're unwell on on some level. And then looking to connect they're looking to fix their bodies looking to fix their hearts, whatever it is. When that happens, we can't put a price on that an so instantly the value proposition becomes very different and your thinking about the other things, you aren't gonna spend money on you might get that bottle of wine or you want go into that

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"For my meditation yoga practice, because I really learned to not be cleaning about stuff at the moment. Because I've got a capital round going. I'm trying to raise funds, and I talked to a lot of investors, and I never will. And just feel crushed if I don't get funded because it's like, you're you're not the right person that was the rot compensation having that moment, but I'm just going to keep on sitting here. And and asking the questions and win the wheels. Moving in the flow is a speeding in the right way. Everything will line up, and I have to trust that lining up. So again, highly unsophisticated, you're not gonna find this McKinsey. But this is to me, it's the best way to do it. I guess when you're saying about talking to industries, especially for someone who is new to this Nissen's stuff. The first me to invest it. Probably going to be pretty awkward, and you're probably not going to know what to say sorry. It's probably good to get a few of those not so great consult out of the way and follow Moi's one. So that when the rock says that comes along you already you can Nilesh, so you're an internal Janus already because one of the things that they teach. You is always had the first meeting for the people who are less. Luckily, ever funding. So you can do just that. And I had one in Sydney recently with a very kind and generous high net worth and entrepreneur advisor, and truly there's a lot of Greis in humility in the paper that work with entrepreneurs a night to go out of their way to be really generous. Anyway, Florida city the plan was Lyotard been texting him signing the plans that we had one hour together because he had backed back appointment so Diane had might a lunch hour appointment for me. So I sort of in that classic way rice sting to a cafe with my moon buried on Santa broken foot. We mow my baggage kind of that sort of really hot dog and a helping lights on us all about oh God, I don't a west. It's time and sat down. Into started like wrapping with him. And he just said that I k- I want you to take a bread I want you to have a drink of water. And he said on this point you to just have a migrant because your sofa on so you're talking so fast, and you just need to bring about if you do this with investors. It's just not going to fly. And it was really it was sorry loving in so gentlemen, soap born of that wealth of experience. And it's okay now, tell me the value proposition. Let's go through these now. And it was really it was really nice. And there was a pilot is like oh, God, I'm such a dick. I can't believe I did that. But there was another parliament, it just went that was real and always being may. And and I really let from the conversation I had with him. And it was exactly what it was meant to bake. Because that really it reminded me that like when you wind up going million miles now, and no one's ever in Canada before is like the full police Chaumont just God. Thank you. We pass on this one. But it was really. So it's that kind of stuff where you're like. So now, I've got the next meeting. I know I'm going to walk in there. And I'm going to be like, 'i breathing not just in the. W chest. I actually breaking into stomach and he set you up till them a couple of sentences, then stop that the muscular question. Attacks very noble. It's good to be able to make them in stikes. But I also feel that what you want from an investor is much like everyone wanting you laugh, you want them to connect with the auto values level. And I know a lumber people who've turned on deals because I knew the long game would be really bad for them. And for the company also know people who've taken deals because they felt they had to and I felt to grow and when the rubber hit the road, the clash of values was so profound, and it can really destroy accompanying a culture because you you end up working towards returning money for the investors versus the things which you don't feel really right? So that will it has to come from a valiant sort of bias. So my feeling is the right person who is going to invest in may we'll be the one who invests in me and who citizens as all that. And sees the picture that I'm trying to create and I see the value in that surpass. We should take it back a little bit to talk about the good hustle. And it might me talk about what they're actually is. So the good hustle. Who was sa- may at actually came out of yoga surprisingly. I had in my continuous such for jobs. Even though I was practicing being president. We I still was very much looking for the job that was going to define me, which I still probably hadn't caught on an intellectual level on the job didn't define me. But I'll still looking for that thing where I felt I got into my grave on myself spice, and it was it was styled insecure. I think I'd be probably on underlying level. I was looking for a level of security, and and this is my liable and uncomfortable in that rather than just being in that in that various of Luminol spice all the time which again these Mollison about that's the spice. I'm meant to dwell in new I should just get used to it. So I had finished another really massive awful corporate executive job. And I kinda went that is I'm done. I'm done. Why do I keep thinking I need to put on a suit and going there and be that girl because I'm not that girl on who am I on prove something to about my capacity as usual there was an innovative kind of going on. So I thought I mean, the tight myself off, and I'm going to try and is a yoga teacher because I just wanted some time out and there

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"Going the wrong direction. Because if you're building something for you your audience and a customer of one you're not gonna get very far. This again comes back to yoga I can pretty much bring everything back to yoga. I challenge you to test me, take yoga. Everything's perfect daddy yoga, but the point of that is that when you are in service to others, and this is a K maximum of the journey when you're in service to others. They are the only people that matter so often talked to entrepreneurs about this idea of being in service because aside from the fact that there is such a a sweet and beautiful connection that you have it actually means that you don't assume, you know, better. You don't assume that your Lynn's your life experience, your agenda, your whatever it is is I to inform the use of the people who are going to be customers. So when you actually go out of new genuinely consult with PayPal new genuinely open, and this isn't just for startups or agile businesses. This is for government. I you listening is this is for Nafa prophets who get very caught up in the idea of who were serving without really being on them talking to their people enough. So we all fall into this trap of the romance of our idea, and that we know enough, and we never know enough. So it's very much about listening. Being prepared to be wrong. But also, the if you have your yogurt road of surrendering and not being attached. When the stuff doesn't happen in the way. So it would I think again, we often believe we should be very strictly planned, and we can have a some gonna have all of us stuff. But we have to wait for the moment that a customer walked through the doors are left to pay for that can do little tweak and the need concert will because we're heading off left. You wanna go, right? Sorry, buddy. You just have to sort of say if this is taking me to the ultimate outcome of what I wanted to this is taking me to my why of course, I can do that. And how do you want, and let's do it together. So the native app to really listen without ego. And to bail to surround yourself with paper who are much smarter than new and who are as committed as you ought to the important Israeli super important. But the most important thing is listening and listening within Jewish of AM to feel when the red flags come up knowing that it's like kinda just stop and be still and that while up world, we feel outwit constantly having smashed oven crush it. And. Twenty four hours a day. United sta- the hardest working toughest mother in the town. The reality is it's really not step back and say, what did I stop these? What am I actually doing and just sit with that? And even if it a lot longer and a lot more uncomfortable than you thought it should be. I think that often will bring a better result, which is making me think of a quote from Gandhi who say something, I think, I'm probably Mangla this sorry Gandhi. Sorry, sorry, Gandhi support us, but it was something along the lines of the white on a giant purchased and he had a very strong. Wishing that wasn't the right thing to do and all of the purchases were there. Everyone was ready to go few days went by. And then he said this is not right. It's the wrong time. We're not doing this. And there was a lot of people that were highly critical of that decision could all been wanting to go and hate us sort of said, look if I listen to you on my hill. Listen to you. I'm here. Listen to go. It was something along those lines. And that I need to full of that. And I feel that that's that's a lesson that we can all take you know, you might have all these customers or will. They venture capitalists through. Oh, the staff who a lot. Yeah. You go going this direction if you of Saint flags and feeling it's wrong. Sometimes you go to only gotten just mackinaw popular decision. And that's what later she sheets. So what are some of those red flags that should be sounding ellipse forests or is it so specific Todd decide it's context specific job. But I think it's also odd gots, I am just a massive. I'm a massive fan of that sense of that the intuition when you feel discomfit true discomfort, not the discomfort of being out of your comfort signed. But that thing where you got someone tipped tapping on your show that has been going up or you constantly just having a remembrance that isn't wrought for may. There's a lot of very physical flags that I kind of let guide me even if I know they are Arkansas regulate with my inner voice, and I do that three minutes. I really listened to that sort of I presence. I know that I have a wisdom in me. And again, I thank you guys early. Like, that's not something you want to say around a title of. Investors or coded for the second one. Given shook in. Hot everyone. But but the reality is made that's the way that I do it. I mean, some red flags are things like you con-continue traction with your product or what you think it's going to be useful. People are telling you that. That's not news. They won it four or that your customers are constantly having problems with an and bringing that to you tension. So I think there's lots of that kind of stuff in his macro market stuff where you can't control that at all. But if you developing fintech project, just before there's a J say, those kind of things up problematic, but sort of out of you control. So you can keep your eye on the sky. If say what's happening in the economy, what's happening in trends, all that kind of stuff. But it's normally a combination of things more than anything else and unload of it, unfortunately, it's it's hindsight driven and you go over that a couple of times. And then he noticed you've put your brakes on time the answer could be the same. But how do we know over on the right track? What are the signs to look all of that again? Like for me the right track. Is there I know impediments. You don't slow down the exact person. Made steps in. When you add that person to you tame, the exact customer appears the product fix that unit is in your mind. The investors are there every opportunity it opens up for you. And I think that's how I know when stuff's Raleigh. And a really learned. I'm so grateful for

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"To connection. But in this Donald Rome, it's really about almost connecting with something bigger. Must entrepreneurs a drawn through something. That's coming through the night. They see a vision, and I pursue it almost single pointedly. And I talk about this in the booking that why that when you look at hell in the eight limbs of yoga, how young is new to prepare themselves for enlightenment, which is a big word that kind terrifies people. But in the why of stealing down and being single focused being a yogis about having a single focus lens on your life and on getting to this point of enlightenment, which is really as we know about dissolving into into everyone else to becoming one with everyone. And I think that the single pointed us is a really sort of interesting thing that I took from. That Rome it's about actually being able to bring you because in in hold that focus. It's about the steroids and understanding that authorities again in west and pollen sound like I'll go Connie chocolate. I can't have champagne, but really it's about saying to achieve something that he's really meaningful for me that he's going to have a really meaningful impact on the world. I actually have to rein myself in and I have to actually recognize that this pleasure, and this constant hate seeking pleasure missile that we all are in the west. When we relinquish those attachments. We can achieve a lot more than we think we can because I'm minds on full and BC all these consumption all these Nate and all these designs. So you say that and you say that in entrepreneurs you see that in starts because they're happy to literally sit in the guard. So we've got this one narrative that runs around the boys, and it pretty much always these boys her in the garage on the computers smashing away, the next thing. Oh, it's tesla. It's facebook. But the reality is that that's actually about the authority, and it's about the solemness and then loneliness and the Ossetian, and we're not sitting in a cave. But I can tell you having just been six months of journey now. I've just having started a startup, and I've never felt so isolated in my life and line is kind of the wrong word, but it's actually the 'isolation and a lot of entrepreneurs said to me, you know, it's really London. I'd be like shut up here in a co Ed and spicy go. You might around you. But there is no one except you who's pulling the Lakers, and there's no one except you has that responsibility. And it's a really strange spice, and it's a NAS spice. I'm happy to be able to be there from an observational perspective and not getting caught up in the author had someone to help me because it's kind of like this is what they talk about. This is that sense of of being solo on a Lord. And I think that's that's been an interesting parallel. I think now I mean the doing of the doing in the being at the same time, it's I'm really kind of picking up more stuff. But I feel those Yogi parallels very very strong student, you work through the process, and maybe maybe array shrouded opponent on his actually, maybe it's a giant exit Knipe, yo or maybe it's actually saying the fruits of your life. In terms of people's laws being changed? Well, maybe it's being an abject fight, and realizing that you can't have attachment to anything because you don't know what the lessons on the impacts of that failure are going to be on others, which are equally as profound often. So it's really it's really a very hard discipline staying in that spice and just observing in the center, that's actually something that was coming to my mind as you were talking because in one sense, the single Flint pointed focus, but also they're the lessons in inheritance and Sarindah so can people get so stuck in the necessary tunnel of focus and driven towards this particular goal that they miss out on the signs that may be this direction is actually don't productive and wit is that agility coming into the change course when it becomes clear that the project he started is not the project that the world meets. Yeah. Hundred percent, Joe. And I think one of the problems for entreprer. That they they love the ideas that babies it's like this is my beautiful by me. Never started entrepreneur that's an ugly, baby. Because. We're going to change the world this. And so it's a it's a dense, and it's a dance while I talk about the selection that the greatest possible is to have a team of people around you who are contrarians and who had challenging your ID's. It's really easy to be on a single track to say on developing lit say a piece of software or an app, or whatever it is. And I'm we're going in this direction. But only people who can really tell you what you're doing customers. And so unless you are on the coalface from the very beginning talking to customers and understanding the anes you invariably going

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"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"polly mcgee" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"Hello. My name is Ron. And this is the float artist podcast every episode we interviewed inspiring movers thinkers and teachers about how they find their flow and much much more. I hope you're having an absolutely wonderful day on doing okay myself. I've had a few ups and downs this way. But generally on pretty good. We had a chair yoga teacher training studio. Garden of yoga with click inane who was on the podcast awhile back, and it was great meeting clear and all the other participants. It was really lovely. Now. We have eight great episode. The you this week. It's a recorded conversation between myself co host Joe Stewart and the amazing exuberance. Polly negate, paulie as a Yogi entrepreneur teacher and author of the book, the good hustle. I fist me Polly. When she was leading a yoga business planning intensive workshop in Melvin recently. And I really enjoyed it. Here's a way of really cutting through to the core of what it is that you as a hot sainted business owner trying to achieve even when you hook. Quite sure how to articulate it yourself so found the workshop really valuable and Polly is just lovely. She's a bundle of joy and energy. And just a pleasure to be around. So Joan were really looking forward to catching up with here for this interview in her book, the good hustle pulley combines the ancient wisdom and philosophy of yoga with contemporary business practices, and they compelling blend of mindfulness, spirituality and entrepreneurial action. It really is a great rate, and we have a signed copy to give away to win a copy of the book. All you have to do is like how Facebook page, and while you're there keg, a friend with a hot center business who has a good hustle going. It's that easy only the Lincoln the show nurse. Now. Just before we stop the ends of you are like to ask that you. Please review shit will. Scribe to the podcast where ever you download your podcast from. It would really help us get the would out there. That's more than enough for me. Let's get stuck into our conversation with paulie. Thank you so much for meeting with us today. Polly McGee good to have heavy here. Finally bet you could just stop by telling us a little bit about your background. And where you grew up, my background is psychology. And I think that that's one of the things that really defines kind of where I'm meandered around now. Anyway, I grew up in Sydney in the north shore up in tonight's and had a fairly chaotic world of not ever really knowing what I wanted to which is a real thing for me as a child. I really I felt like I needed some direction. I wanted to be one of those kids that wanted to be a ballerina or an engineer and just knew I wanted to know. And I just didn't know I had absolutely no idea. And I saw everyone else around me so much direction may flooding around. So this cost me an unnecessary amount of trauma. But I finished went to school went to Uni headed Uni dropped out became a chef did that for a while that was fun and that kind of suited me a lot as love food, and I love cooking. I love serving people. And if I'm using the lens and the language of now I'd side that that desire to. Fade into seven to really love people through fade was quite strong my whole life. But then I was like, oh, no I can't keep on doing this. My hands getting a bit sore. And so I just went down many rabbit holes in the pursuit of who. Am I what am I going to do which there's a very lowest in fact in my book sort of towards the beginning. I actually list out every job that I've done, and it is so encyclopedic. And it hasn't finished averted a couple more since then by it was everything from being a shop fitter and a window dresser and editing adult films and teaching at university. And being a senior public servant like it's sort of us. And people would be like what I don't get that. But in the end, I was so sur-, what am I going to find it? And I felt like I was trying on careers and trying on things to do to find out who I was. But I didn't have the sophistication to think of it like that at the time. I was rummaging around putting on ill-fitting jobs, and then going nuts, actually, no relations cove. So in the end, I just sat down and I had a good long look at myself. And I just thought I can keep on going forever. I was in my mid thirties by then it was like I can keep during this. And I'm sure my husband by that stage had five years of me. Good job. What are we going to do with my life? And hey, of course, was

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