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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

07:57 min | 5 d ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"But you know what you're. You're capital L. was really good and you give yourself credit for that or you kept your baby alive and now he's five. Yeah you like you did this thing you maybe you put yourself through school or you paid off your home or you built a company or whatever it Is We have all these ideas of who we want to become, and so rarely do we give ourselves credit or acknowledge what we have accomplished so that we don't have any foundation to build the next step on top of because we're still down here in the back of our heads thinking that were awful and if he would just take the time to go wait a minute. Aren't you the same person who did these ten awesome things hell yeah and if you are that person than what could you do next just kind of shifting over to current times obviously, our brains are a huge reason why we lack motivation perseverance and right now everyone is super stressed. People are more stressed out than ever and what's kind of crazy about all of it is that no, one not even world leaders, CEOS billionaires. Sage wisdom soothsayers have any idea what's going to happen next. So how are you thinking about the stress and anxiety impact of this virus and what do you say to people who are trying to plan for their futures right now what I think is so wild about this time is not that we? Don't know what's going to happen next. It's that we have become aware of a truth that was always here. We have never actually known what was going to happen next but we have held onto this belief that we were in control. Of what it was and I think that was what was so disconcerting definitely for me and I think for a lot of other people was this you know you sort of go. Okay. If I do these things and check these boxes and I follow these rules, then I will be able to have the life that I want to have, and this was this reminder to all of us that we were never in control. OF ANYTHING OUT IN THE WORLD, we've only ever been in control of ourselves, and so when I am able to come back to that truth in myself, it was only ever what I could. What was right in here. What was in my heart? What was in my head Mike Creativity what I wanted to put out into the world that's the only thing I've ever had control of, and if I can cling to that truth. Not only does it take away some of that fear, but it also allows me to be more present. Where my feet are in this moment, this has been This has been really hard as an entrepreneur and I'm guess I'm sure y'all had things plan that suddenly everything's kind of thrown up in the air and that's not what it's going to be anymore and those first couple of weeks going into quarantine and I. Don't know if Y'all had ever worked virtually before we had. Never done that, and that was so terrifying was that new for you guys? Well, it's interesting about a year ago we like made a bunch of shifts rep the company we were like we're GONNA launch a consumer subscription as part of that we were like less like have remote teams. We've always had New York la and whatever, and so now we have people around the world. And it's fine and we'd do. Daily you know zoom. Ten Am and everyone knows what's happening and then we go about our days whatever time zones were in and it's it's actually so refreshing do you feel that way too? Yeah. The first couple of weeks where scary were very scary because number one a huge part of my business is live events and suddenly that's not only is that gone but I have no idea when that comes back and the second pieces. My favorite thing about my company are the people. So these sixty employees that I get to show up every single day and feel their energy and create things and build this together that was very sad for me to to let that piece go and I cannot wait until I get to sit in front of human again instead of a screen but also what has come out of this time is. Unbelievable. Because when you are inside of change or you are inside of crisis or you are in a space like this. You can run away to put your head under the covers and just say I'll wait until there's you know some kind of resolution or you can pivot and you can get creative and we did and the awesome things that come out of this experience will far outweigh those first couple of weeks when I felt sort of panicky and scared because I didn't know what was next. The world shaped by the voices we choose to listen to. The leaders we pay attention to. The ideas we choose to embrace. What if we made the choice right now to create a new world? With better outcomes for more of us. By listening to more voices. What if we made the choice right now? To design a future. Inspired by the diverse voices of one hundred amazing women. Women are speaking. Listen to them. Learn from them. Join US at PG and choose equal right now for an equal future. And now here, equal. Introducing Senecas one hundred women to hear a new podcast by Seneca Women's supported by PNG listen on the iheartradio APP wherever you get your podcasts. What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in hybrid. The thrill of four, hundred horsepower, a twin engine, the joy of impromptu road traps. And the serenity. Of Electric Power pure ECO mode? Visit DMV. Volvo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for. Yourself. There are some people who freeze and who let their thoughts get in their way, and this is not just what the pandemic it's with everything right? It's like I'm not good enough. I can't I won't like it's something bringing me down. It's an external thing. So are these things that develop over time is a neat to us as humans like how do you approach that and what are the most common thoughts that get in our way? So I, I feel most comfortable speaking from a female perspective because I am sure that Dude's encounter this tube I work predominantly with women and so that is where that is what I know best. But what I know about women is depending on where you were raised but I was raised in the US and I was raised in a culture that did not raise me to be confident in myself to think that I had good ideas to think that what I wanted to do was smart or right or good I was mostly raised to be a good girl and to please others and to look a certain way dress a certain way and have a certain kind of life and so. From the time I was a little girl. I think a lot of us from the time. We're a little girls. We aren't raise to have a positive self talk in the back of our head. We're raised with the voice in the back of our head telling everything. That's wrong. I have been reading Glennon Doyle's new book untamed. It's like book while rain every. Day. Because I can't actually spend time reading real books anymore but she's like nails that she's like age ten bats when it all goes down the hill for girls like Oh my God I'm like totally.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

08:01 min | Last week

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"You might be watching this on youtube but if you could see the video right now, you'd see that I have the remarkable Rachel Hollis with me. So Rachel welcome to mind valley. Oh. My Gosh. Thank you so for having me. And Rachel people who don't know who you are. Let me give a quick introduction. So firstly, Rachel, book is currently number four on the Amazon charts and the only people ahead of her is Mariah Carey Ted Cruz, and then the happy in a hurry cookbook. Rachel's Book is number four. Amazon. Right. Now, and the book is called didn't see that coming loved that title in fact, all her books have got the most incredible titles ratio gained her popularity she kind of burst into the scenes in twenty fifteen when she posted a picture of a self. In, a bikini with stretch marks and what she said was this I've stretch marks nowhere bikini. I have a belly that's permanently flabby from carrying three giant babies and I wear a bikini. My belly button is saggy and I wear a bikini and that posts for so natural. It was so real it got something like three, hundred and twenty, five thousand. Like some facebook ten million views and it just exploded ratio and made her sort of a pop culture icon suggests celebrating being yourself. So that's just so call. Now Mitchell went onto write a number of truly remarkable books. The first one was girl wash your face, and then there was girls stop apologizing she became a motivational speaker she was all over TV. She founded a company called the Hollis Company, which is about people living their best lives and INC magazine voted her as top thirty entrepreneurs under thirty. So Rachel and her company exists to on people with the tools to make positive and lasting changes in their life. She has a podcast called a rise podcasts. So please go check that out brise podcasts. Search for that on I tunes in. Please open up Amazon right now and search for didn't see that coming I don't have to tell you how to spell that. The book is number four and there's a reason it's number four. It is a ridiculously good book go ahead and added to your shopping cart and we are about to get started Rachel Welcome. Thank you. There's like a funny correction that I like to do because I think it's a really powerful piece of information for anybody who's a dreamer who setting goals for themselves. Most people say that my first book was grow wash your face. which came in two thousand, eighteen gross your face was may sixth book. I like to tell that because I think it's really important for people to understand that there were five books that came out before that one that nobody cared about while that post went viral in twenty fifteen I had been working for eight years prior to that on riding on communicating on my blog on social media, and so I think it's a really powerful thing to remember for whatever it is that you're pursuing in your life. oftentimes, it really is this entire journey. It's kind of like you're an overnight success after a lifetime of working at something just always loved to correct that because I think it's important for people here. My first book was not wildly successful my first book nobody cared about. I love that Rachel. That is such an important lesson because I did not know that either I thought you just burst onto the scene I had no idea that you put so much time so much hot work not only was it your six book and not your first but that you were already on facebook motivating people sharing inspiration before for that one post, Gut ten, million US absolutely, and I think most people that I know a lot of time success looks like that it looks like your kind of chipping away at something for a very long time, and then you get some great traction and then chipping away again and then you get some great traction on my. Team. We always describe it as this idea of chopping down a tree and I believe that any tree no matter how big it is can be chopped down if you strike it enough times and so my crew truly is the story of just chipping away at something until eventually you can get it to start moving in the direction you're hoping that will that's fantastic. His doubt quality about you that I think is why you have so many fans I, fully on instagram tells you instagram so the audience can follow you. It's Ms. Rachel. Hollis. So Ms Rachel Hollis, which is my name on most social platforms. INSTAGRAM is my favorite. So what does this keep fucking going post about? Serious. Yeah. So that was something when we went into, you know twenty twenty, I think like most people we started as a company just so excited, you know twenty twenty was golden year twenty twenty. We had this twenty twenty vision and who are we going to be and we started to your really strong and you have to know that the bulk of my revenue for my company comes from live events and so we had our first live event. January. We were like business. Amazing. It's so exciting. And had our second one the very first week of March which I realized in fact towel freaking lucky. We were to have that right when it was and then we got back from Toronto and it sort of the world kind of fell apart and here in. Austin. Where I'm base, we went into quarantine as a company and that was so scary I. Mean I know people all over the world that was so scary because we didn't know what was going to happen and I was so hyper aware of this team of sixty people who were counting on this company for a paycheck and you know to support their. Families. Have Health Insurance, and so that felt very scary to me and my cfo and I would me every single week sometimes every single day and just okay. What are we going to do? How are we going to pivot? What's the plan you know? Can we do a virtual event like we just all sorts of ideas and no matter how hard it has been and it has been hard no matter how scary? No matter how unsure we just keep fucking going residual each other we say to our team maybe we'll have a neon sign made and I think it's just a beautiful kind of call to arms of. You'RE GONNA have times in your life that are hard and this is a really important thing to touch on. Because right now, if you look on social media, everybody is talking about twenty twenty I can't wait till twenty twenty s over one hundred, twenty one as if all of our problems are going to go away at midnight on New Year's Eve. Or let's say that magically you could wave a wand and our problems would go away at midnight on new. Year's Eve. You're presupposing that this is the last hard season. You're ever going to have like here's where we need to shift our mindset. Twenty twenty is not the last hard thing you will live through for the rest of your life you are going to encounter loss and grief and crisis in the future you don't know win, but that is what it is to be human, and so we have this really rare opportunity right now to teach ourselves in a difficult time period in this time of fear and people have lost jobs and they've lost companies and they've lost family members that they love. You have this opportunity to use this. To figure out how do you personally deal with hardship? How do you handle pain? How do you keep showing up? Even when it's awful how do you keep fucking going because I'll tell you right now that if you can do that in this year, you're untouchable forever if you can find a way to keep doing what you need to do and keep reaching for the version. Of yourself that you wanna be even when it's awful for the rest of your life, you get to look back on twenty twenty and you get to remember you know what I thought that you're was gonNA knock me down. I thought that was GONNA be the end of me but I am.

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How to FINALLY Write That Book!

RISE Podcast

04:47 min | 3 weeks ago

How to FINALLY Write That Book!

"Hi. I'm Rachel Hollis and this is my podcast I spend so many hours of every single week reading and listening to podcast and watching youtube videos and trying to find out as much as I can about the world around me, and that's what we do on this show we talk about everything life and how to be an entrepreneur what happened to dinosaurs? What's the best recipe for fried, chicken, what's the best plan for intermittent fasting? What's going on with our inner child house therapy working out for you whatever it is my guests are into I want to unpack so that we can all stand. These are conversations. This is information for the curious. This is the Rachel Hollis podcast. So. I will start off by saying I. Not a trained professional I. AM someone who has achieved a great amount of success in this particular field but I just want you to keep in mind that this is learned. This is like on the job learning. This is not something that I learned officially in school. So I am not going to advise you on grammar or or any of that I'm just going to give you nuts and bolts where to begin and where I suggest you begin is with word count now. Maybe right now you're like wait don't start with a character don't I start with yes. Of course you do but I can't help you figure out what you're supposed to write about. Those of us who are dreamers for those of us who want to be authors for those of us who are writers coming up with ideas was never the problem, right? Like it's not a problem what you want to say it's a problem trying to figure out how to get it down or how to get as much of it down as you need. So I am assuming that you already have a vision for what it is you want to write about. and. Then you're next very practical goal is what is the word count now that is something I never heard of until I actually started writing for real and what I will tell you if you're not familiar with this, is that every genre so if you're writing nonfiction if you're writing a cookbook, if you're writing a children's book or fiction anything that you are writing has an industry standard for what the word count is. Something like my cookbooks have a pretty low word count let's say I don't know thirty five. Thousand words because there are so many pictures in it my fiction books, the Word Count was ninety thousand words my nonfiction sixty, five, thousand. So the reason that you need to start with word count is that you need to know what you were going to have to turn in to a publisher or agent in order to be considered legit. So super practical piece of advice is understand what is the word count you are aiming for, and I can't tell you how many times acquaintances reach out to me because they WANNA. They WanNa right there I booker they're excited to star and they're like. Writing Nonfiction and they're like I am so excited I have written two, hundred, thousand words I mean it is just pouring out of me. I cannot wait for the world to see what this is and I'm just like, oh no. I for sure not going to be the one to tell them that. Nobody wants to read a first time author writing nonfiction turning in two hundred, thousand words nobody and right now you're like, no no. But nope, you gotTa Trim that down my friend or some of you are really excited and you wrote a fiction book and. It's fifteen thousand words. It's nowhere near Ninety, and in that instance, maybe you're creating novella or maybe you're creating a short story and all of this presupposes that you are wanting a book by traditional publishing means I guess I should have started their. If your plan is to self publish girl, you write whatever you wanNA write you write a nonfiction book that's three hundred thousand words. You write a fiction book that's one hundred words you get to do you. But if you wanna go the traditional route, then you need to play by some of their roles especially when you're first starting.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Thrive in this season not just survived so that when we come into this beautiful new world we have the opportunity to grow. She's the best. She's Rachel House. Follow her this is the Ken Coleman show. Welcome back America. This is the Ken. Coleman show where men and women are coming to get clarity to get clear on what they do best what they love to do most what results matter most. Oh there's the sweet spot then they want to get qualified they WANNA get connected. They want to get started. They WANNA get promoted. They WANNA get the dream job. Why because we all long to give ourselves away work with meaning you were created to fill unique role that means you are needed and you must do it by the way. The Corona virus crisis does not change any of that hanging. There is a short term deal. It will have some long term effects. I get it but we will get out of it. You will return to work. You will step in your sweet spot. You will live a life of tremendous purpose. None of that changes. I promise. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to Danny. Who joins us in Jackson Minnesota Danny on the Ken Coleman Show Hello? I'm doing a follow up. Call Issue I talked to you probably in the middle of Obituary And I I'm a probation officer Minnesota and I was trying to figure out if I needed to maybe look for a different job. And so after I smoke with you I started to just kind of keep my eyes open And I found a new employment opportunity but I'm just trying to determine sta. Negative consequences outweigh the positive consequences of the list. I love a list. So let's do the negative. I what are the negatives it would be Longer Commute How much like a hundred? Well one hundred and twenty seven miles the whole the whole way so i. It's in the opposite direction. Over my kids. Go to daycare so I have to bring them to daycare and then back Almanac over two hundred twenty seven miles. Let's be realistic traffic wise. How long's that GonNa take each day? I I live. We live in the boonies. It will it will. It won't take long. It'll take it'll be quick Yeah we live right by the interstate. Well how much longer is it going to put on your commute than what you're doing now? I'm thinking like an hour at least so it's GonNa add an hour at least that's a bigger deal than I think you think it is but okay let's keep going so that's one of the negatives what else It's it's a grant position so this is a new position that this organization has applied for a grant and it's It's four three to five years and as long as the program is successful I mean I I. I can't imagine that they would not get the grant again. So I mean it's just uncertain What is what is the position. Is it similar to what you're doing? Nells probation officer or a sort of Basically it's to build Children's advocacy center down here where we live there and the closest ones like an hour and a away so good So it would you would have a lot of re like that would wanna come to it So that's what it is. It's it's the build that from the ground up so like you feel confident manager can make it successful. Yeah I think I could. So what are the negatives? Oh no okay so those might have been the only one so is the pay the same or more. It's more okay. So that's a positive. Let's go over to the positive side since I took you there. So higher pay much higher Starting out it's about eight thousand more than I make. What's the lateral clunk is? There are there detailed raises based on performance that. Yeah Yeah Yeah it. It seemed like they had built the grant to allow for wage increases. Okay so how much is increase over the next year or two three years? Well the grant started it said sixty to sixty five. Oko Ogre so he's not going to go much higher than the aid granted initial no. Okay all right. What are the other positives I'd be working with people that want my help. And that was one of the things that when I spoke a few that it kind of made me realize that yeah I I really should be working with people that want my health because it makes me it would make me feel a lot better. Make like my work was worthwhile for okay. Something anything else. Because I'm going to give you my take here. That's pretty much. The big the big things have you. Are you married and yes I'm married and do you have an opinion in your husband? Have an opinion right now. My husband supports it if it makes me happier. What's your heart telling you right now. Not your head your heart. I think hurts saying that. It's worth the chance. I think I think you go with your harness because I I don't see I don't see enough negative.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

09:15 min | 7 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Very excited to for some of you introduce you for those of you. Who have not been under a rock. You know who Rachel Hollis's two times. She has written and sold a runaway Bestseller New York Times bestselling books girl wash your face a cultural phenomenon and then on the heels of that girl stop apologizing. She is a entrepreneur. She and her husband. Dave run Hollis Co out of Austin Texas the number one job market in the country before the virus. Hit number. Two is Nashville She's a friend. She is a force of nature and she's in the middle of this deal right now with a company of I believe sixty people and textured other day. I said you know what I want to have you on the program Because I want people to hear from you in times of uncertainty. I want I want you to hear from different voices and I'm blessed be able to to bring you different voices so she joins me. In Austin Rachel welcomed the Ken Coleman Show. Oh well how you doing brother? I'm living the dream. Still you know you know. It's a little different but you know I've been telling folks just because this. Massive uncertainty hit us an unprecedented time in history. One thing at least at one thing doesn't change and that's that we were all created to do something on our purpose hasn't evaporated and and I know you feel that so give us a snapshot real quick what you're facing as the as the founder. Ceo of Hollis Co and you've got your team is dispersed the separations happening and you're still running a company still helping people. What's it look like for you? Well about two and a half weeks ago. We saw the direction that things were going and made the decision to go virtual which we have never done before and honestly you know was was scary. I posted a video online. I was I was crying out of fear but I truly and we're near similar to the ramp company in that we love coming to work. We have the best team that there is a huge part of the joy in my life is getting to see these people every day and so I was just sad that that was that was going to look a little different But we immediately hit the ground running and figured out what it looked like to have a team in on a computer. And we've been doing a Lotta zoom calls until like a lot of your listeners. And doing a lot of things virtually to make sure that we can keep that touch point but I think you know for anybody who's listening. Who's an entrepreneur small medium sized businesses? And right now you don't have time to hesitate their time to sort of cry or or feel upset. You've got to be strong and you've got to have courage in you've gotta make decisions to make sure that you can take care of these people who are your responsibility. So that's the world but I find myself in right now so I want to ask you this. You're in the very same businesses Ramsey solutions if we were still down it's in the business of Cope and giving people hope that they can be and do what they were created to do. And I'm interested to know how you the person you know here. You are author. You have these giant international events A podcast it's you know massive audience and you've got all this uncertainty as as the individual yet as the leader of the company and then the face of the brand What have you done to keep being positive right now? And keep injecting hope into your audience so one of our core company values. Is We choose joy? We believe that. That's a decision that you can make. And so we're making the company or making as individuals and when I find myself having moments of uncertainty for sure cried about this. I'm definitely felt stress. I literally force makeup straps. Snap out of it and that looks like practically like okay. I'M GONNA pray. It looks like I'm GonNa put on some music and I'm GonNa Dance. I'm a runner runner to Ken. Like I'm GonNa go go out on the roads and run the sunshine. 'cause the roads will close right now so just actually taking steps to keep in the mindset that. I'm striving for because not only do we have this team at work but I have four babies here at home or on me to be strong Mama and so it looks like every single day sometimes by the minute Staying in the positive mindset that. I'm hoping I was I was watching. I don't know if you've been watching John. Mcenroe's been doing this series. Every day with he's gone live and he's teaching super fantastic is listeners. Haven't checked it out. But he said this thing on On Saturday or Sunday on his life but I have not up thinking about which is crisis reveals what was already enough crisis reveals. What is already NS? An and I keep thinking about this idea of the leadership was already there the current he was already there. The bravery already there for people who are listening for You know whether you're a doctor hospital or your you know a checkout person at the local grocery store which right now is hero of mine Already in you and the crisis gives us an opportunity. Yes bad things happen in a crisis but also the best and most beautiful parts of humanity bloom and flourish in times of hardship and so I'm just clinging to this belief that Goodness will come out of this situation northbound bit like pollyanna. But what is the alternative? The alternative is drowning inside of fear or being paralyzed by not knowing what to do so. Instead I'm in a fine the blessing in this season and I'm gonNA clean to that every single day and and rest on the fact that we're all gonna come out of this a better version than we went in because the the beauty and slowing down is that we find parts of ourselves. I think we've lost in the flurry of China to accomplish so much. She is. Rachel Hollis the bestselling author of girl. Wash your face girl. Stop apologizing the CEO the head and the heart behind. Hollis co Rachel I think there's so many people who are going and things were just fantastic. I've had launched my thing right. I had I had just gotten this Gig and I just decided to do this and I was going to go be that and then all of a sudden Bam the whole world just Kinda got stopped and I didn't have anything to do with it and that's a very bewildering kind of confusing moment for people and yet this is a temporary thing. What would you say to the folks who They got their dreams pressed paused for them right. Now it's not done. It's not over but there's a pause. What would you say to them? Well the first I think is that you have to honor those feelings. You have to honor those feelings. My my husband just came out with his first book last week and you so excited to go on his first tour and here's a grown man forty five years old and he would not mind me telling you that he cried like a baby. Who was so disappointed that he didn't get to have this opportunity but I think it's exactly what he said Ken. It's a pause. It's not forever. It's a moment in time and you. I cried out like allow yourself to feel disappointed. Because that's real and you've kind of shoving feelings down won't serve you. But then the flip side of this and this is really important to me. This is about identity. There's something about our accomplishments or job title that so many of us wrap our identity and Sido and this is really showing you. How Much Weight? We've given to those things who you are is not your job title. It's not the project. It's not the GIG. It's not the opportunity who are are those core values of deeply held beliefs. That will remain true. No matter what else is stripped away and I hope that this season give us an opportunity to get back to what really truly matters. And what are those core elements that make too? We are because that's not something that any job any company in the economy any pandemic can take away. That is our God given essence. That is who we really are and if he clean to that then we know the truth so good so true. What are you excited about? Because we've got about a minute and I wanNA give you a moment to project true. Positively not pollyanna positively by the way. You weren't being that. I think that was what we needed to hear. But now you've had to pause so we have forty five seconds. What are you looking forward to in this thing is done? I you know the the black plague brought around Renaissance Usually in times of hardship. I know your history buff like I am in times of hardship and history. The most beautiful art the most incredible businesses are born out of those places and so I I promise it is true if you go back and look at it time and time and time again good things will arise from this oil Things will grow up and things go block them and that is just true that it's factual so what does it look like for listeners. To be strong and to keep showing up and to fight to.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

08:17 min | 7 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Live from Ramsey studios in Nashville. New are joining a conversation about who you are what you were created to do where you WanNa do it and how you can get there. I'm Ken I'm your friend. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Hey the corona virus and the uncertainty surrounding. It has not changed the fact that you were created to fill unique role. You were needed. You must do it and some of you are more needed than ever before. All right. The Sky is not falling. This is absolutely difficult time lot of stuff influx but the economy will recover. We will get back to it and it's going to be an unbelievable moment in history so you've got to prepare now even if you've been laid off or you feel you're going to be laid off. This is going to be temporary. Do what you gotta do. Were here to help your phone. Call Away I promise. You clarity is what's needed. When you feel fear in doubt so let me help. Fight your fear and your doubt. Let's do it together. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven coming up later in the program. I don't have a lot of guests on the program But I wanted you to hear from somebody WHO's a small business owner who is a dynamic force. Rachel Hollis Number One bestselling author to great books. Girl Wash your face. Girl Stop apologized. She runs a small business in Texas. She's going through this as an individual as a leader as a thought leader. So she's going to join us at the halfway mark of the show. Twelve thirty four. If you live the rest of you it'll be in our third segment so all that coming your way. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. We start in Boston Massachusetts. Where crystals on the Line Crystal? You're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi Ken thank you so much for taking my call today. Happy to can help So my husband works for a small firm Aaron town and he gets paid weekly his firm did not pay anybody in the business on Friday. And I'm looking for some guidance for what to do about that. What did they communicate about that? They didn't communicate anything. Nothing they said. The only thing that we heard was that That there was a communication between the bank and their payroll processor and that they would be paid Monday. Monday has come and gone. Hasn't gotten paid. It's midday today hasn't gotten paid and the company has a history of having some financial struggles. So we're not sure if this is what they're telling employees to maintain the peace or if they're in significant trouble. Well I think it's probably both. I think they're both could. That's the thing I think they're they're trying. They're just not being honest an either. They're hoping that something comes through and they can explain it away So they're biding time. The the question becomes. How does it affect you all financially? Were Okay You know we have a healthy emergency fund and You know I I work outside the home and currently on maternity leave but under percents paid while I'm on leave Well here's that's fine but it's it's concern we well this week whether that's for three months no and I don't think you should look because there's things going on. There's the current nonsense that's happening in interesting. Times ARE TOUGH. But you've got to communicate if you got to let people off you gotta you gotTa you gotTa let go but you got to communicate and you got to be clear to folks. They deserve that So but the bigger problem is that this has been an issue before the there. There's evidence is you said of them not being financially stable right absolutely so it's not a good longterm play anyway. I think what I'm doing if I'm your husband is and again I understand this. This is going to be a little bit different than normal times. But I think he's looking for something else and I think he's. He's betting on the future on himself so he's looking at other things. Let's hope they come through with the pay or whatever In this thing you know takes care of itself temporarily but it would be great. You know if he's looking and he's actively looking and I just doing anything right now like we talked about this on the show. Monday talked about it on the Youtube show. There are a lot of companies that are hiring right now and we even posted on instagram. And I think right now you guys are not in an emergency situation. However it'd be nice not to touch that emergency fund wouldn't it? It would be great and you know and I think for us. What we're we're pretty business savvy ourselves and we're we really wanted to communicate with the firm. We want to keep the business open and I think for us. It's what do we say to to the owner of the firm. How do we approach him? They look just say. Hey I need I need some communication. Because if there's nothing communicated to me I have to assume that things are are. It's the worst case scenario and I've gotta make some decisions so I'm good with whatever I need you to tell me what's going on because we're moving forward. Do you understand what I'm saying? Yes I do. And you've got the leverage they look if you need to lay me off lay me off. Just tell me you know yeah I don't I don't want to be in limbo. Don't have to be in limbo. I'm not going to be in limbo. So why don't we go ahead and just get rid of limbo? I think that's exactly what I'd say. I would take all the pressure off you know and that person giving you the clearing answer but even then I'd still start looking for something else you know. I would tell you exactly what I would do if I were in your situation. Besides what we just said. I'm sitting down you and your hubs today and you're going okay. Here's where we stand. This is what our mercy fund is. What my income is right. Now we don't have to touch that Here two or three things I could probably do. But if people aren't high right now because of the crow virus in in my area of expertise in the field where I wanna be than than who's hiring just needs a warm body right now if it's delivering pizzas. I'm going to go do that because because the point is is I'm GonNa go where somebody needs. My abilities and I can do anything right now. There are a lot of companies that are hiring. And that's what I'm trying to do. And that's a temporary play as well right just to keep some more in keeping income coming in and you all get on that budget and just tighten up right now and then things are going to cycle out pretty soon but he needs to move on anyway. This is not a long term play. This company is not healthy. So this is the this is the kick out of the nest that you need it. I know you don't want it but I think it's what you need so proud of. You guys got this. Let me just say crystal I want you to tell folks how does it feel to know? You got a backup plan and a time of crisis. It's a relief. It's the anxiety around everything else is going on. You know it. It's a huge relief for us and I think we we would. We would be panic buying like everybody else. We would be concerned so We definitely have that peace of mind. It's not a forever plan but it is a plan to whether the storm and and that's the whole point a love your home with baby. That's fun yeah your guidance. I mean I've been. I've been listening for a long time but thanks to your guidance I not only was able to transition out of my role But I was able to transition to something better when I go back and I liked the twin from my career as well awesome crystal. Thank you for sharing that positively crystals why we do show folks that is so so good Let me comment lot of stuff coming at you today. A lot of news you.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on RISE Podcast

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on RISE Podcast

"Get it. I don't even have time to make you down and do the dance thing that so much stuff to teach you so get your heart rate. Get your energy up and then sit back down to near chair. I'm Rachel Hollis and I've built a multimillion dollar media company with a high school diploma and the Free Information I found on the Internet in the fifteen years that I've been building and scaling my company. I have become deeply passionate about helping other entrepreneurs to do the same so each week. I'll be sharing tangible and tactical advice and inspiring interviews with the same intention. Bees are the tools to change your life and your business. This is the rice podcast. Have you understand that? You can't actually pay meaning me for the speaker lineup that we have meaning. These are literally all of my friends. Who just deeply believe in adding value to your lives and teaching. They're not getting paid. They are just here to serve you. So were you up for all my friends and to give it up talk. Are you kidding? I'm sorry I said will you give it up for Tom? Freaking molly with her. Can you say so good.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

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02:14 min | 9 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

07:14 min | 9 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"Because it's got a big tomorrow says any advice. Here's my advice. In the goal find a way to create an elevator pitch. What's in sixty seconds would differentiate you and every other candidate who is going to walk into that interview because of the unique set of life experiences dances and work experiences that you have had? Don't you know. Don't try and tell them about some generic set of qualifications that you have tell them specifically about how you you and you alone are uniquely qualified for this job because of your life experiences and be honest and own some of the stuff that you you have done where you fell in your face and learn from interface or what when you push yourself outside of your comfort zone and how much growth came in having pushed yourself outside of it. I'm always interested in someone who was a good storyteller about the unique set of experiences that they've had in their life and so if you're able to ah hone in today on what you are elevator. Pitch of yourself is did it down know what it is and have it be uniquely about you and your experiences experiences so that there is no other candidate that could possibly consider since you are the only one who's ever had your experiences Are the Toronto terraced tickets. It's sold out. I do believe that the Toronto terrorists tickets are sold out. There are still a handful. There's a couple of hundred Tickets that are left. I want to say in general admission and premier but The tickets are running low. WE'RE GOING TO BE IN TORONTO. The seven six five six seven early early in March. WE'RE GOING TO BE IN TORONTO. I'm excited about that What do you listen to when you're running to keep you motivated? Oh it really depends on where where I'm at in the run in this twenty two miles that I did there. Were points where I was listening to like first of all. I run to A pacing APP which is unconventional. Most people are looking for my playlist. I have an APP where you pick. How fast you WanNa go and then it sets music on a genre genre that you've selected to a certain cadence so every time there's a beat that's when the beat comes that's what my foot hits the ground and so sometimes it's faster sometimes? It's slower some. I generally start with a pacing APP and then when it gets hard. I'll either have to go to something that really pumps me up. Mike think about like nineties hip hop or something that really grounds me me to a bigger sense of my. Why think worship music right so I have extremes and sometimes I tap into one and sometimes I happen to the other but you have to understand for you? Where in the race? You are what you're going to need to stay motivated for me at the beginning of you know like the first for me fifteen miles. I am not thinking about the music I'm thinking about the beat I WanNa like really stay connected into running consistently All right let's see what is happening Can I work for you. Not a joke Yeah submit your resume We are actually we have job openings currently posted at the Hollis Co linked in page so if you are a qualified candidate interested in working working in Austin Texas are aligned with our core company values you reach for growth you are committed to servant leadership you are interested in joy as your up steady state. You are wild about inclusion up and tastic come on down. We'd love to have you. Hey what's up. Stacey flowers stacy is going to be on the stage rise Toronto she killed it. killed it at rise in Fort Myers. I'm so excited to see you again if you have have not yet started following stacey flowers if you do one thing today do that because she is a light on this planet. I'm excited that I get to see her again. Here in Toronto Santo Let's see what else what after I used to track my running. Yep so I'd pace with a thing called spring I track within called run tastic ask by Adidas not an ad it's It's it's just something that I use and There we go any updates on a book tour Nashville. I know that I am coming to Nashville. Israel I have the opportunity. God bless him to come to do a little bit more podcasts stuff with the Ramsey organization and their base. There I'm GonNa try and and figure out how to do an event when I lock in those dates so stay tuned. I am hopeful to have date not terribly long for now. What's my book called? It's called did you have your own way a skeptics guide to growth and film it. You can buy it literally anywhere anywhere. Yes anywhere Can I be adopted by you guys to join teatime. No the in is completely full. I have checked. We have no more capacity in our home whatsoever. I do appreciate it I'd love to have you over for tea time but you can only stay for like twelve or fourteen minutes at most because we have no more room in our house. Thank you for ask Let's see anything else we've been on here forever. What's going on at what point of the to hit Hawaii and Alaska? ooh That's a good question. I don't know I truly I don't know that I'm GonNa make it there but I'd like to organize chartered flights for every single person that lives in Alaska to join a a tour stop. How about organ? I am coming to Oregon Rise Business. Oh can't wait for is business. Rise business was one of my absolute favorite events of two thousand. Nineteen I am. I'm already excited about what is going to happen. In Two thousand twenty It's happening the first weekend in November. It's going to be in Austin Texas. I know that place and we're GONNA put those tickets on sale. Tell everybody about what's going to be happening at the very end of March so stay tuned for that Thank you for Priori my book. I do appreciate that Let's see let's see here. We go what do we get the we get the bonuses for buying a book tour ticket yes you do you get you get the bonuses Got An advanced copy loved the finding your course. Thank you love to hear that. Thank you very much appreciate you saying that Would it be weird to give you a thank you card at your book tour. Know Nicole I will take any card whatsoever. Adrian's asking. How do I get the course preorder book? All you gotTa do is head over to get out of your own way. The Book Dot Com. And follow the prompts. And you'll get the course immediately. Rachel was on this show. I know it's so weird. I'd like hijacked her social. I'm sitting here doing this show. It's never ending. When is the show going to end? Never because I have not been called back down to set but Rachel Hollis was here at the very beginning sitting here in this chair in this chair enjoying getting a little bit makeup and now she's shooting so with that ladies and gentlemen have have yourself a fantastic Tuesday If you are in the coaching community I see you and appreciate you..

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"Have my eternal gratitude for having shown up I appreciate that Let's see how do I deal with fear. Well Joanne. Dan I I dealt with fear over this weekend by forcing myself into something that I am afraid of. I hate heights. Terrified of heights been afraid of heights since the word go and I my kids thirteenth birthday when on the tallest attraction at six flags a stupid ride. I don't know who invented invented or why they do it and I did it so that I could show myself that I could face my fear and survives and so My best advice if you have a fear of public speaking find a way to public speak for thirty one seconds and then when you survive it realized that all of your fear was manufactured in some way push yourself into doing it for ninety seconds. Then do it again in front of a bigger room than do it again. And here's the thing whatever you're afraid of. If you're afraid of not being great the first time time that you try something you will not be great the first time that you try something and that's okay but learning that you cannot be great and survive will change the way that you give weight and power to your fear. Just go out and try something that you're afraid of to show yourself that you're not going to die. Let's see if we love coaching and only signed up for a month to we upgrade to a year absolutely If you pay for January or February and then you're like this is for me. I am here for it. You can upgrade upgrade. We apply whatever. You've you've paid monthly to the annual rate which is like a thirty percent discount so There's literally no risk if you try it for a month and you don't like it get your money back email. No one will ask you a question. You'll have had the benefit of watching it and our best wishes if you get it and you love it and now you WanNa take advantage..

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

12:41 min | 9 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"PODCASTS I recommend it a ton. this show. I gotTa tell you I was live last night telling people about how excited I was about my coaching coming out today. In in it was representing this moment lint. Welcome showrunner you WANNA say hi to the live audience. Here look at this look. This is our show runner. Unbelievable yeah hire. Dr Anne Anne is running the show. This is classic basically ending as wearing showrunner costume. If you wanted to know. What do you dress up as for Halloween? If you want to be a show show runner Anne is is modeling all black. You wear a black hat. You were a black jacket. You have multiple walkie talkies. You have an earpiece their tape on your body that represents your name there. Yeah Oh yeah to earpiece. It's it's a very very fancy production. She's carrying glasses and Keisha. She needs to read something on sets. That's right she has ear pods in case she gets bored. Wants to listen to the rise podcast today all the things. Anne is is fantastic in her job. If you're unfamiliar with what show runner. Does she runs the show Mary boss. She's very demanding this any. It's unbelievable yeah on your go round the show. Any we only have seventy seven more episodes to get done here so I was. I was mentioning last night right. How you have these moments you have these moments in your life where you in real time can appreciate that you are in like the presence presence of something that three years from now you will look back on and be like Oh my goodness that this thing that we are now in three years from now now started three years ago when we were sitting standing inside of the environment that we were in and Dan this this show? So what's I'll just tell you. A quick so imagine net flicks Ryan like imagine that flex except every single thing saying that runs inside of the platform. He is in episodic format under ten minutes. Long right so it's shorter form content content under ten minute slot and the show that she's taping is for a show called the Rachel Holler show and in it there. There will be every single day five days a week There will be a show where there's a little bit of teaching Rachel will be teaching. There's a little bit it of fun. There's a little bit of a turns out date night moments. There's a little bit of the way I would describe it. And what she's they're creating here is a little bit of Oprah meets a little bit of Ellen meets a little bit of Rachel Ray right so like it's all three of these things whereas Rachel at Your Hollis good question if you just joined US Rachel is downstairs shooting on the set of a show that is is named after her. The Rachel Hollis show which debuts on Qube in April but anyway I was having this moment yesterday where like. I'm watching this amazing. Using production happened and emceeing my wife in her element the like gifts that she has been afforded are fully utilized is when she is standing on a stage when she is standing in front of a camera and I was having this like looking through the like like future looking glass. That thing I don't know if it's a thing but looking through like what is it gonna be like three or four years from now and I was like Jeez we're going to look back Eh. Few of these segments. And it's going to be a thing that we can recognize that this was an awesome steppingstone for so. I hope you get to see those moments. I I hope that you in your your Tuesday just as you're walking through your Tuesday today. I hope that you get to see something that has you appreciating it as a steppingstone for something. Amazing that's GONNA take place three years from now because I got to have that yesterday. I'm having it again today. I am on fire for I'm excited for it Saw someone say that. They're excited about coaching. I'm excited about coaching too. Coaching is a thing that happens every single month this month. Coaching came out today. If you're in the life coaching track you are familiar with the idea that we are talking about identity. Who are you And truly spending a lot the time in the conversation around the stories that you tell about your past that inform who you believe yourself to be today because in how how you associate the stories of your past as having been for you or not you are being a warrior for having conquered them or being shackled down with shame or with with feeling like failure in some ways an indictment on you that really colors the way that not only you feel about. What's possible for your life today? But how wildly AH audaciously. You'll dream about your future and so we get into identity today inside of my coaching and then On the career coaching side. We're talking all about emotional intelligence which If you don't know what emotional intelligence is it's understanding a little bit of like discretion how to show up. Meet people where they need to be Matt Matt speak to them in a way that they can hear understanding timing understanding empathy connecting with other people. And how if you're equipped with the tools of Really understanding emotional intelligence that you can position yourself better for promotion that you can serve your teams better All those things. So you're not inside of the coaching community. Dang it I want you inside the coach community Head to the House go dot com and click that link. I would love to have you in there if you ended ended up signing up for it and decide. It's not you know risk cancel. Anytime doesn't matter it's all good If you haven't started coaching you get access to the past sessions. If you sign up for the annual coaching yet you get access to everything if you sign up for a single month you get the month that you signed up for Where am I good question? Even if you've joined US late I'm on the floor of the dressing room area of the set that Rachel shooting on today for a show that she it is making called the Rachel Hollis show on a platform called Qube Q.. U. I B I The platform launches in April. And this show is going to be a May Zing amazing some asking. You explain how. Coaching now works at Rachel's last year but formats. Different format is totally different. We tried to listen to the audience from last year. The students from last year and make some changes to meet you. Where you were hoping to be met I Last year Rachel did coaching and it was live it was at ten. AM and two PM and it happened once a month but sometimes on one week can sometimes on another and the audience asked hey. Would you consider having the coaching happen. Every single time around the same time so said Yep so every first versed Tuesday of the month Coaching Lands Inside of a coaching portal. And then because of the Times those sessions are prerecorded breath and the live. Interactive session is something that happens after you've had to An Opportunity To go through the coaching at your own pace and so Eight days later on the coaching side. You jump into the live. QNA discussion conversation part of the work in the evening. So that if you have kids or a job or life that would keep you from showing up in the middle of the day no worries we will hang out in the afternoon evening If you're in the career coaching it's to Wednesday's later but the idea is you do the work. There's a twenty five or so page workbook that helps direct you through some active learning than we come together and have the conversation about it. Good news is people who have not are really really fans of it. And I'm super super grateful for the feedback that allowed us to make it better all right Unconventional Channel Show. We started late. Because we're out there shooting. We're going to have to keep on shooting so I want to open it up if there are any questions at the end of this very bizarre czar started a morning program. I'm excited that you are here. I'm excited for your Tuesday. Let's see who has a question about anything that is happening if you Let's see Maybe there aren't any questions I don't know. Is it too late to sign up now. It's not too late to sign up. You can and sign up today the courses just drop today encourage you. Are we in Austin. We are in Austin. They flew like twenty five human beings to Austin Texas this to help tape this thing. We're so appreciative that let's see is rise. Run Co ed absolutely whether you're man woman Or cyborg frankly you are welcome to To to jump in here. I'm curious to know the time of your twenty two miles this past weekend. Sunday around twenty eighty two miles save stopped talking about it. I won't How long did it take me to run? It took me three hours and forty minutes or so to run and Man That's a long time but I did it. How long did you train before you committed to a half marathon? I probably had been running In the lead up to the half marathon for about three or four months you gotta start slow and slowly build yourself up but if you were are two Google today training for half marathon and you identify a time that you WANNA go train for like a date. There's a calculator that will tell you how much you should be running in week one week two and week three until you get to twelve or week eighteen. So don't feel like you have to figure it out yourself. There are plenty of resources. I'm going to do a full running. PODCAST on rise together coming out of the marathon to talk about the experience but also talk about every single thing that and I would give as advice to someone who is starting. They're running journey. When can we buy run tickets out? They go on sale in like two weeks two weeks or so two weeks Let's see here Dave. What's challenging you right now I am being challenged in real time by the window that sits immediately in front of me. I have been looking forward to my book coming out in March. I've been looking forward to this book tour. I've been looking forward to frankly coaching. And now that they're all here Holding the responsibility of doing those things well of showing up well on the tour. You're showing up well for the coaching students. And honestly I am. I'm prouder of the book than I am of any single professional accomplishments in my entire career and yet knowing that people are going to read it and they may love it. I hope they love it but they some people might not. That is an interesting thing to have to kind of Work through because my writing it was not to make one hundred percent of people love it my writing. It was to hope that one single person would use the tools that are inside of it to afford them lasting life change and I am positive that that's going to happen but I have to stay connected to it because I like you and human and I worry about the criticism ism of other people and what people might think of this thing that I have berry. Vulnerably poured myself into so I'm just preparing myself. Mentally emotionally even spiritually physically. Like how do I take care of all of my health so that I can show up really really well in a season. That is unlike anything I've ever committed myself to Let's see when we update us on the AUSTEN. Book Tour Austen Book tour is happening on March. Twenty fourth is happening at the paramount theatre. It is going to be the only to stop where Rachel Hollis the one who was sitting in this chair just moments ago. We'll be joining We are going to do a bit of variety show for lack of a better word. And that we're GONNA do About a half hour's worth of start today morning show. We're we're both actually in the show. We're going to do about a half hour's worth of a rise together together podcast where we talk about relationships. And they're gonNA do about a half hour's worth of Of like book tour kind of conversation hated. How has it right the book doc? Tell us a story from the book with a little bit of QNA so If you're interested those tickets will go on sale on Friday Of.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

03:37 min | 9 months ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"Morning foy styling no hold on. Where's my phone I? I don't know Turnout turn down the music. Good morning start today morning show. mm-hmm happening live backstage at equity. Shoot for Rachel. Hollis's new show called the Rachel Hala show and Sitting on the floor of addressing room area to fulfil the commitments. You this audience to show up every single day. Welcome good morning. We're not telling anyone what we did there. I have air pods in my bag. Welcome good morning ask Rachel. Hollis is shooting a television program not television government a program. That's going to be on an unbelievable. The new streaming platform called qube That comes out here in April. And we she you know. Here's the thing I'll say we because I was a part out of it today and yesterday it's insane thing that I was asked to jump into this production The the crew that is in town. I mean it's unbelievable. Believable there's like. How many people would you say that are here? Twenty five people are working on the show and over the course of the next two weeks. You're shooting shooting eighty episodes. Make my arm. Tannen may are. Oh we're getting some real time tanning. That's tanning tanning is happening. Life you handing is happening We were doing something moments ago that involves physical activity. Not telling them what we're GONNA stretchy. Catchy shirt you're wearing something else that looks fantastic. Thank you very much and I'm here for it. I'm here for guessing we're learning aprons so This show basically has everything you've ever dreamed of and more and The first dating shows are going to be shot over the course of the next two weeks and then they shoot the next eighty and then they shoot the next eighty. It's very exciting So welcome good morning. It's Tuesday did you Tuesday. It's Tuesday There's a new rise podcast today. That's what happens on Tuesdays in the inside of this world of ours and there's an amazing conversation that Rachel had with Chris Hogan I do you know Chris Hogan Chris Hogan is an extraordinary leader of leaders He works and has has had a partnership with the the Dave Ramsey Ramsey Organization for a long long time but he has a conversation with Rachel. What was the conversation about? I know it was about leadership. Honey just trying to get you into this show the started a morning. Show that we're having over here. I'll take your arms look fantastic with self-tender. Everyone wants to know. What kind of self self tanner using? What kind of Self Tam is? It's called a COUPLA Cabana bronze. If you had that on your Bingo uh-huh Card Look Ladies and gentlemen not an Ad Copacabana bronze O- on myself. Thanks for having all right. Rachel Hollis this is going down to set. She is going to go and shoot her. Next segment. here's so. I'm going to get back to Chris Hogan into into yeah. Let me talk about Chris Hogan per second Chris Hogan he was a guest of ours. Who is on the stage at rise? Business He is on believable. He's such an amazing leader. And what I love about him is. He's a leader of leaders..

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Yeah i give myself a <unk> for <hes> during our trip our family trip to montana which we do every summer so so you know listen you were there last summer because it was the big was the big milestone birthday celebration for our father and my father-in-law and you do you remember. The bug bites that i got on. My shoulder was like crazy okay so do. I know that there are bugs that bite in montana. Yes i a new and then i go out in montana one day and say hey who needs bug spray. I don't think i've seen any mosquitoes flying around yes i did and did i get bitten all all over the place one hundred percent and this is just because i knew perfectly well and it wasn't even just people telling me i had vivid memories of exactly exactly the same time period a year ago where i got bitten up extraordinarily badly with mosquitoes and yet i was like i can't be bothered to go run and get the bug spray out of the bathroom. I mean gene demerit. This is like the sunscreen phenomenon gretchen where how many times have i gone out in the sun and said oh. I'm sure i won't get burned. Even though all sci says otherwise a friend of mine said that her doctor gave her great test which is unless you need a flashlight. You need sunscreen <hes> ooh well. I think i have to jack. I think i have learned my lesson now. I i do believe in bug spray but listen give us a goldstar or regrets. My ah goldstar goes to feature in post mate so everyone's got post mates. It's where you get food delivered and and there are other apps similar similar to it and they might have the same feature but i've been using post mates and you can time when they deliver the food. This is the gold star. I discovered this was i had we had a couple of families over this weekend and you know i'm trying to entertain more really stresses me how and even though i don't cook i just order food in is always stress me out like when delay order and then everyone's there and trying to get drinks but i have to like step away way for fifteen minutes order and try to get what people want and you know. It's just like a whole production so this weekend. I told people like were ordering from this restaurant. What do you like what request you have. If you don't have requests that's fine. I'll just order and then people texted me like what their kids like and i ordered it all like ten a._m. Set the delivery time for between six thirty seven and then. I never had to deal with it again and it made my evening so much more pleasant. I cannot even tell you. I was just delighted because 'cause you didn't have to kind of monitor that plan for that and be like i should do it in fifteen minutes and run around and be like adam helped me find out what people want so you know. It's just always such a production and what was nice as i could log on and see like oh. They've picked up the food so i knew to sort of be getting getting ready and i feel like it's a it's a game changer for me. I'm very excited. Well i do give a gold star to you for having people over right because that is a major priority for you for a long time and you're making tremendous strides and these are the kinds of things that as you do it you learn and then it gets easier <unk> an easier the more you do it. Which is what we always say ourselves that if we would just do it we would do it more and you and i keep reminding ourselves of that but now you're actually doing it so called star yes. Yes i am in motion and that is it for this episode of happier river to try this at home. Recreate a menu from your childhood. Let us know if you tried right it and what was on your menu. Thank you tour amazing. Guest rachel hollis read her books and listened to her terrific. Podcast rise with rachel show hollis. Thank you to our executive producer. Chuck reed our engineer bob tabah. Everyone at cadence thirteen get in touch.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"To confirm got your narrative. You're not looking for things to prove you wrong. Right. Like, we're looking for ways to be right. Right. Right. And so make sure to say, this is a lot of Brunei Brown stuff. But make sure that story. Yeah. Make sure to check that narrative because that narrative is driving. What you're looking to build either. Rush to wanna build for, you know, because I think our biggest obstacle really is our limiting beliefs in our mindset, and that's so empowering because we have control over it is right. I love so Rachel Hollis who introduced us when she was on my podcast. She said in the seat. She said she said this thing that I've quote her saying this like a million times because I loved it. She goes, I'm just so sick of the story that I had to choose between being an awesome, mom or awesome business on her. She goes I reject that story. She goes the new story is awesome at both. Because I'm an awesome mom, and I'm gonna awesome business owners. That's the worst. Told that like a million times, I was adopting that story. So it's not the implication of which one. Are you failing today? What are we going to miss out on today? Whereas someone not gonna show today. It's a no they're gonna show up. So I'm just looking for them to show up because the story is good and positive and expectant. Yes. Yeah. I even found this out the other day, I was walking past a mirror, and I was just like just like you put on some weight, and I just stopped and I looked back and I said chess here gorgeous. There you go. And I just think that we have that power to we have the power. We're we're just like I haven't spent enough time with the kids, and I've always focusing on what we're not doing. Oh, what if we said? Like, man, I am an awesome mom. That's right. My delight in means, right? I watched a movie with them this week. And I went swimming that time when they asked me to swim with them of focus everything you did do. Yes, and celebrated you know effort over outcome, right? And I know oftentimes ambitious woman as go-getters we are constantly thinking about the next thing which keeps us from stopping and being in the present and really celebrating what we do have. And I think that we have to celebrate what we do have in order to keep living into the more. Right because otherwise, you're living out of scarcity get back to that mindset of having that growth mindset and not seeing so many things as black and white good or bad. I can be good mom or a bad Mon right since you or this. I can do this or this. But there's this and paradox. You know, I say hashtag choosing. And and just think that when we see those things like I can lead macaroni and cheese, and I can drink can Pooja and be healthy. There's so many ends in our lives. And I think when we can embrace his tensions kind of get rid of this dichotomy way of thinking, there's just a lot more freedom when we see ourselves as these co creators and in this relationship right now, we're in this living and active relationship with God. And it's amazing to because regardless of your circumstance, regardless of your kids mood that day, regardless of how much you weigh or how you look or what you're wearing. You always focus on the lack or you could always focus on what you do have gotten a really bad habit. Every time I would get ready for the day. I would leave my bathroom, and I would say to myself the same thing everyday. This will have to do. And I was like that is so one day. I felt God's side of me. I want you to write this when you marry and I wrote a moment stop stopping main to yourself. And it was just like this like it was just like a hug us this is and it doesn't really matter..

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Oh my gosh. Can I just take a moment right. Trying to start this episode with the bad attitude, but I'm just going to be real that when we started this podcast thing, I said that we would test the waters with this whole free style thing. Didn't he. Special, you've been doing. Last couple episodes where you bring in these like weird accent. I mean, all Utah. Every episode very difficult. The point of these freestyles is for you to kind of sum up what today's episode is going to be about to dancing on the hood of cars shaken are, what is it? I don't even what Bill in the blank anything you want to shake you foot, YoM, your elbow, anything they talk about knows it doesn't wiggle though. Welcome guys to another happy episode of the good life with Stevie and Suzano. I'm not actually stayed on billing in today mon-. I'm is Bruce. No, you're still you guys. It's eighty. One is. You know what? Listen. Today's episode is so incredible that I don't even wanna waste our time or their time trying to take the spotlight away from the guests that we have on today's show, Rachel Hollis. If you don't know the name, you're gonna know the name and you're never gonna. Forget outer this. She came onto our. She's coming onto our show today. And let's just say, wow, I have never felt so completely transformed on the air like she'd completely gave us life advice on so many things in areas in our life where we're struggling in and for those of you who don't know Rachel, she's got a best New York Times bestselling book out right now called girl washer face. And when I first learned about Rachel is actually at an influence or luncheon in one of my friends, Lauren Gore's was talking about her, and I had mentioned, I wanted to start reading more books, and she mentioned Rachel Hollas, and that was the first time I heard about it. And since then I've heard her name come up in. In almost every conversation. Whenever I talk about wanting to read more in an inspiring book for women and men, the fact that we have are on the show today. It's really, it's a dream come true for me because I'm such a fan girl knows you can tell us his very excited. But I think the reason that you're so excited bay and I'm excited as well is because I see a lot of you in her or vice versa. She's somebody who took her blog and a business that was all about social media and turned it into something inspirational and really charted. Her own course and says on has been trying to. We've been trying to kind of go that way obviously with the starting to good life, but even on YouTube and on Instagram as well. And so I really see her being super inspiring for you. She her presence, you guys she, she somebody who really walks what she talks and she gave us some really, really good practical advice. She so full of faith. So full of vigor and and she's extremely. Inspiring. So today, if you are somebody who is stuck in a rut, you're looking for motivation, you're looking for good mentor ship ritual Hollis's is.

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"You're, you're in it every day. So you're talking to him every day, you know what they love. And if you're like, man, fifty, seven people have asked the same question will shoot. I should probably do a book about this, right? So with the with the couple's podcasts, it was just we kept getting so many questions. We like, oh, let's answer. These should rise together podcast. Go subscribe rise podcast. The book girl washer face to face into all the things I should have suspected this with you over a million copies sold and growing faster and faster every week, which is crazy, inspiring. Get your big events coming up, what's the events? So we actually have our first couples event, which is this weekend in Austin, I know like, oh, please look, hold rise together together. And then our big r massive conference women's conference is in Minneapolis in June for women. Only women only then cannot buy tickets. We never turn anyone away, but we've never had XP. Speaking, we're gonna talk about like you know, jokes that are not going to be for you, so yeah. So it is for it is for. Yeah. Yeah, that's in Minneapolis. Learn about all this was not you can. The easiest way is go follow at, let's rise dot co on Instagram. That's where all of our events stuff comes up and you can just get inspirational quotes and the whole thing, but you can find out events as soon as they're ready to go. Dot com or miss Rachel Hollis, MS Hollis on Instagram and miss Rachel dot com. The information foul. Yeah, amazing..

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"And so there is a part of me that's like he, he skipped the line, go through. Seems like skip junkies. And I'm like, that's not fair. I mean, that sounds so my gosh, that's so ego and terrible. But that's the truth is that's the hardest part to navigate for me is all the sudden we're in this together. All of a sudden like this is a silly thing, but it's not silly to me. We started doing podcasts together. You know, we don't. Months ago. Yeah, we go to podcast in the top ten world. Yeah, it's crazy crazy. We tape them like honor iphone, which is this fancy Innis yet, but we sergeant a podcast gather immediately. We started showing up and things and they'd be like Rachel and Dave Hollis. And I was like, this is not a wedding invitation. I am Rachel Hollis. I've earned the right to my name by myself. Like Rachel Hollis n. Dave Hollis. It's not reach like, don't lump me in like it was like as soon as we started working together, it became, I don't know. I sound terrible, sounds terrible. But this honesty, this is what I've struggled with the struggle was you didn't wanna feel lumped in with your husband. We started going to book signings, and people would ask him to sign the book too. Yeah, even though he didn't write the book that bothers me. I would bother me too because I'm like, no, this is my book. I like that. But he didn't help with any of this? Did you or no? No, no. I mean, this is our story like, no, but that is again, if your names on the books. But it's also like that is one hundred percent. My ego talking. I have to say it's been like a really lart season. I just like trying to get over. It was like, how is this for me? Like, I'll be super honest. So y'all went to fishing trip and you weren't about it. It was all men. I understand that it was men, but it was, oh, hey, Rachel, the biggest personal developed with people are all going on this trip. Does your husband wanna go. That was really interesting. The whole time like this. It was like the biggest personal self therapy I've done in my entire life was like, okay, okay. How is this for me? How is this for me? How what am I supposed to learn from? When I said you like a text or video, you did respond July. Trying to process in real time. We've talked about this like all of these. Everything that's happened with this has been overwhelming. And so I have been praying for guidance from people in this field praying like, oh, I wish I could talk to someone I wished that I and you an Ed and Brendan have been so incredible to come around me and support me. But I'm like, I've. So I'm like, okay, Lord. How have I been praying for this? And then you give it today. But what the truthfully, I'm at home with my four kids by myself doing like, okay, why Michigan? But but then I'm like, okay, I can think of all kinds of reasons why maybe he needed it more than you did. Maybe he needed this community like, you know how much easy to community of guys that can lift him up and encourage him stopping so selfish. Maybe he needed this more than you did. Maybe you needed this navy. You needed to sit at home and be okay with this attention on him like, okay, so what and how I would..

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"rachel hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"rachel hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"To provide women with the tools to grow. Grow and reach their greatest potential. This is going to blow you away. Make sure to take a screen shot of this tag myself at miss Rachel Hollis on Instagram with the link Lewis house dot com. Slash six, nine, seven to share with your friends again tag both of us on Instagram right now or throughout this interview. If there's a moment that you liked that resonates with you shared on your Instagram story and let us know that you are listening. And before we dive in one and give quick thank you to our sponsor ZipRecruiter dot com slash greatness. Now, if you are looking to build a powerful team for your business, then you've got to check out ZipRecruiter dot com slash greatness because hiring is one of the key elements to growth in your business, and you've got to be very smart when you hire there are job sites that send you tons of the wrong resumes to sort through. And that's not smart. There are job sites that make you wait for the right candidates to apply for your job, and that's not smart in ZipRecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding. You, it finds them for you. It's powerful matching technology scans, thousands of resumes identifies people with the right skills, education and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply. So you get qualified candidates fast, and that's why ZipRecruiter is rated number one by employers in the US and this rating comes from hiring sites on trust pilot with over one thousand reviews. And right now, my listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive address ZipRecruiter dot com. Slash greatness again, go to ZipRecruiter dot com. Slash greatness right now. Tar learn more more time. ZipRecruiter dot com. Slash cream is the smartest way to hire and also a big. Thank you to light stream..

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