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"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

08:57 min | 4 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Today. I'd like to spend some time discussing the current pandemic that we are in. And what social distancing means to us and what it supposed to achieve and will that really take us to the end of this outbreak as we know it. It's pretty astonishing to see how the entire world has come to a grinding halt. You'd one virus virus that we are not in control Lafayette. And that's where social distancing has come into play in order to use it as a short-term tactic to avoid the spread of the virus and to flatten the coup so to speak Lennon with his new wireless. No one is immune and highly transferable wireless like the current CORONA WIRES. That we have a one. That's behind the current and make him spread pretty quickly population. That's never seen it or that's never experienced it and that's what we're seeing today. So how do you control pandemic? How do you control a wireless that we just came to know about this? Basically a couple of different factors in doing that but before we get there we need to understand the science behind it. In the case of this political virus you need to understand what's the threshold of its productive number meaning to understand what is the threshold of its infection. Which is represented basically by production number called the are not in the case of Corona virus that particular number is between two and three which basically means that anyone with symptoms of the virus. Anyone who's been tested positive for the virus can infect about Putin three people on an average and from there on multiplies foot. So how do we contain it? How do we make sure that it's not as lethal as it seems to be right now? Well there's a couple of different ways to do it one. We all know that vaccine would be great in order to make sure that once someone has symptoms if they have the antibodies produced in their body their body can fight the virus and vinyl. That's what vaccination does but that seems to be months away before we can get to it and there are Pharma companies and governments which are acting pretty rapidly in terms of figuring that out but it will take time that it's needed but in order for the entire population will be able to tackle at wires like this one about Kuta of the population would need to be infected to control it. So what does that mean? Well that's what's called herd immunity and what herd immunity means. Is that if there's a big enough group of people who've had the wireless and who have developed immunity against it then when the wire starts going after new hosts and every time it bumps into somebody who has the immunity against it it becomes weaker and weaker and a repeat of time. It's totally non little anymore. It's weaker and as a result it cannot infect people with the same capacity that it was doing prior. So how'd you yet to hold immunity so for the kind of population that we have worldwide? This means that anywhere between two point. Five billion to five billion people need to be infected in order to maintain that her immunity. That's what we've seen a lot of these other viruses indices us out there one way to do it. As we said would be fined that vaccine. But that's GonNa take time the other way to do it would be to allow the virus who go around freely infecting people which just cannot be done because that means that we're GONNA pay heavily for it in terms of lives. Millions of lives would be lost. And that's where flattening the code comes to what the governments around the world are trying to do by asking people to maintain social distances by social distancing social stenciling is basically a term which according to the CDC means maintaining distance of about six feet from each other. Why six feet. Because that's the amount of distance it takes when somebody sneezes or cuffs for the droplets to come out and for the other person to absorb it so if anybody is less than six feed. There's a chance that the droplets might fall on them or they might just be able to read them in but if they're about six feet or more than that doesn't happen at the same time it's also important to understand that we all have a personal space breathing space around us so when we are normally breathing apparently we can breathe three feet or more out as well so by maintaining about six feet of distance between two people the insure or we take the safety precaution that any kind of contamination or transmission doesn't Tucker and then you look at how much is six feet if you have a bed and you start on both ends That's about six feet. If you have a sofa you stand on both ends of it. That's about six feet so you can measure it that way. In order to understand what six weeks really means. And how to maintain that distance or social distancing is one wheel minimizing potential danger that we have and by ensuring that we stay at our homes by insuring. We maintain social distance when we talk to people or interact with them. We make it a point that anyone who's infected is not able to infect others and that eventually they'll start flattening the cocoa and the number of infections as well as the number of bits would start going down but then the question comes up. How long do we have to do? This will ideally until we have a vaccine but economically and societally becomes difficult. Continue to do that over a period of twelve to eighteen months so whether we are in our homes are not at a later point in time we need to continue to practice. Social distancing inaudible ensure that the number of cases are low. But how can we make sure that when we are out of floor homes and when we are probably or probably not effectively practicing social distancing that we still contain the wireless? Well the only way to do that would be to increase the number of tests that can be done frequently. Keep testing people with symptoms so that we recognize who's infected and then we have to do everything possible in order to contain that person make sure that we quarantine that person find out about their dealings. Interactions with different people over the period of time. And then we contain or quarantine. Those people as well target quarantining is what's going to be useful in order to contain the spread of the virus from time to time Norway to make sure this happens that has to be a rigorous in rapid contact crossing after positive case has been identified. And how that will be done. Is something that we all need to figure out as we move forward but we got to get to the point where this herd immunity so that the metality of the wire schools. Don't at the same time. We also got to get to a point where we have a vaccine in place. In order to tackle the wireless that's when the entire world will be safe from it. Meanwhile stay safe practice social distancing not just for your own health but for your communities held because this is one time where your health is tied with the community held in the communities. Health is tied back to your health. We're all in this together. We're all fighting one single war for our own health. As one world against the wireless stay safe. Stay home practice social distancing. Hey I hope you like that episode. Blue checkout my website RAJIV MODEM DOT COM and by the way do Checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure going to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving. Thank.

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"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

05:03 min | 5 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"No what about the relationship that you were just making about. What about the guests? The guests could end up being your client. That's the twelve hundred dollar client for cost Endo. Pm UP whatever. The muddle is a doing that interview. Because you've got a one on one relationship with that person that's one person. One conversion one clients as opposed to a million clients. So I think thinking about the payoff in that way. Sure absolutely makes sense. So what's up for the new decade? You know what are the plans for the new decade? What's coming up? This podcast is being recorded in January. Twenty twenty looking at January twenty thirty years. I need a time machine because even just looking back in last three years. You'd need a time machine so old. The big brands that coming in it's moves from branded podcast quarreling. True crime at the moment Everyone's coming in and doing all the DIY. But also the big Hollywood agencies of an even in the last three years at conferences. I've saying Hollywood not be there to them. Literally fly across the country from Los Angeles media agencies all the way to Florida in the middle of summertime in Orlando showing up so I think that's costing its content machine and it's a discovery in the way that blogging and Youtube was so all the media companies are coming in and buying up podcasts discovering people so they can get content to make the content from it because its contents gold mine and I think this GonNa be the Professionalization Day professionalization which was saying in the booking industry because it's so accessible to everybody that changes the game so I don't have. I'm you know I'm not an article on the answer on the same as you. I'm watching on like everybody else going. Okay guys West is going to end up right from a business standpoint for your business. Do you have any plans for the next couple of years? Anything that you'd like to share. Yeah we tape it wherever take agency so we are a high touch client working with personal brands and people so I think a lot of key everyone and I think this is a little bit like podcasting. Everybody's looking to scale. They walk the mice clients and the mice bookings but when way not doing it. In that way we look after small roster of clients. So I think it's continuing to serve our clients in the best way possible and just just keep a bit take with the quality and like doing I thought I just wanted to have two hundred clients that concept and don't not every podcast the ban on I'm up in your base. Let's like I enjoy knowing what you're doing and your success and listening to you episodes nine exactly what you've been books so. I WANNA keep keep it small while getting big in the in the value in delivery Kenny this has been great. Thank you so much for joining us today but before I wind up I'd like to have you can one take away for our listeners? Ltd's guests or podcasters. Would you like to say to them? I think. Ask questions. Dr Dern like really reverse engineer and ask yourself what am I trying to do he who am I talking to him what I want them to do because we can all start a podcast ova can all go as a guest on podcast but winging it is a waste you know and also if you're putting time and effort into something it's about doing that research fronts? They've got realistic expectations. Sekine goal in and not be disappointed if you know what if you know what you're doing to ask questions to really know what you're doing so you have a realistic expectation of where you going and then you can just do it and commit also thank you so much. Kelly. This has been a pleasure having you on the show lots to learn from you. Look forward to keeping in touch. Thank you so much thank you. It's a place thank you. I hope you love that episode. That was our episode hundred one zero zero. It's been tremendous journey getting to know so many people out there not just guest but you the listener says well in providing so much of inspiring content that can help you on your journey Eugenia success. You'll johnny trials and errors. Eugenie can make it to the top. Make sure you go and subscribe to plan D success podcast on your favorite podcasting platform or checkout plan. B. Dot life or Rajiv Modem Dot com to check out all the other episodes that are out there and do tell a friend. Do Tell somebody that you think can benefit from this content so they can go and subscribe as well heap subscribed he enjoying the content. Make sure you common review and leave a rating. Thank you.

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"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Of park. Have different things. Say some argue. That forty to sixty hour workweeks are a must need to work. Hard in order to get ahead others argue. That really need to be working eight hours a day to be productive every day. Probably for so. There's the mid around each day. Which was the four day? There's also the mid are working. Hard was as working smart putting more into your day or supporting in less hours. So this argument about quality versus quantity all the time and different people have to say for things about what works. And what doesn't let's leave it to say that it's personal different vehicle. S to work for them versus NACH naked engage in whatever will then whether it's the Warner theater quality. All hours forbidden interwoven. In order to be the most happy but for sure a morning routine is really really useful no matter which can solid having among routine having the discipline to follow of set wanting looking helps you in many many ways and it will inundated by inflammation. That's always charging us and that get all of Elmer's very easily one of the things that I do and I agree of us to do is never start your morning by looking at your phone. In show you get a good set of minimal seven. Dadar sleep followed by getting into your morning rituals. That are listening to some so soothing. Music or meditating are practicing general writing down the loss were you do are for some people. It's the mowing time then. They are the freshest and the most attentive as they can easily put in awesome work right there in the morning that they're writing something whether they're putting together some inflammation for future research. Whatever they are doing in terms of ensuring this concentrated. Hyperactive effluent that comes out of this. I two hours. So that's the time that you need to send her really attention seeking look at. You would want to do because the morning us more or less for a lot of people are really really productive and build pecchia foreign dilip east an hour or so after your walk and follow the same morning routine in terms of repeating again and again have seen it myself have seen from other swear they have pumped about her results. Oriented is how they can get the most from their morning hours and then following up with the rest of your name but there weren't to go and it some woke up time whether you want to go and get some lunch whether you want to go and attend meetings that needs to follow your interest of the day but typically seeking your morning. I can make or break. You dare when you're really really focused. Dare you program your mind for the rest of the day in terms of work you can do in a cheese your interest of the day if you start your morning by. Let's see what you your phone going to the news or trying to answer emails. You're already getting Before your has even begun haven't even planned for Yoga and you're kind of your day which is not a great place to be unique to understand that while at sleep. Your subconscious mind has been loosely wandering around whether you're dreaming or they are not greening buckets making some connections in your head. Themselves work has happened previously or kings that lead to do for the next day. So as you get out the first thing that you do is that is your energy levels dude things in a disciplined fashion that you will do everyday routines to calm yourself up to prepare your mind and body for the rest of the day to reflect on the goals of the day then. Getting earnings Haskell how you'll achieve these goals so different people have different kinds of scant use different kinds of imperatives that they need to take care of Finance Sandra. But it's important that the European that you establish in the morning helps you prepare for the rest of the day focus. You keeps you calm collected and productive and then lets you be charged with your name as you take it forward to conquer the day the wheat absolutely the Ear. And your life as you move forward. Hey I hope you like that episode. Bucci out my website Rajiv Modem Dot Com and by the way checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going to provide you immense value and it will cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving. Thank you very.

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"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"And that is nurtured. Within the rank and file of the company began everybody in the company right from the lowest level to the highest level. It's one of the most important building blocks within an organization and can define success and the scale and extent of success rand while us are the values that the organization would horrid up and that provide an ammunition wigs figured on the Vision as well as the mission so values are very much to the company. Its people its culture its processes. It's how everyone works together. And the values define how execution happens how people behave within an organization. Pao employs behave within an organization in order to reach at school but it's transparency with its customer centered nece with a strong relationships with its responsiveness. But that's the look environment hop holding team work showing pride in their professional and personal behavior. Things like goes are all things that attract and help retain the best talent within an organization help ensure they work with each other. What's the growth of an organization and defined the cultural fabric often organization so companies values again? It will certainly motions. And if prospects look at values and they aligned with them guess what? They will support the company's products and services. We've seen so many examples. Where if your customer base doesn't align with the culture of an organization. They tend to move from it. That's why the brand value aspect of any organization is docked much more watered it should be entrenched in humility in service in transparency in providing the best possible service in providing what the customers need in the noblest form in the most humble those aspects. It will be right emotions from the organization its employees as well as customer base so vision mission and values together form the foundational blocks of any successful business analyst. They're established analyst. They are crystal clear in the employer and the employee's minds in the management teams mind and are transferred to your prospect of customers daylight with it so that they support the business unless all that happens an organization is not moving in the right direction. Teams need to spend time on clarifying and aligning with a unified and uniform vision statement mission statement and values that are partly within the entire organization. That can be the deciding factor in terms of success and failure of a business. Hey I hope you like that. Episode Boo check out my website. Rajiv MODEM DOT COM and by the way checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's GonNa Provide you immense value and it'll cut short Eugenia for searching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving thank.

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Plan B Success

08:14 min | 6 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"You know when you think about a business. What do you think of an entity that wants to make money? That's what more or less businesses have turned out to be today as a result this massive advertising massive fight for high balls to look at them. They're putting a brand and for audience to come their way. You can see it all over the Internet. You can send all over the social networks. That are out. There is a competition to get people. Look at you your business and come by from you. It's kind of become more or less than monetary transaction. That's what generally most businesses as it is out. We know that stats state. That about ninety. Five percent of businesses fail within their two year timeframe after the launched. Why do you think so is it because they do not have their products and services right is it because they don't understand the customers right or is it? Perhaps they're so unaware or unclear about what their proposition Easter. Their customer base that. They're confused in running a business as well as confused in attracting the right customers. Well you could say it's all of the about menu. Think about it. What is a business? And what makes a customer turn around and look at a business? It's the brand value of a business. Write a business is known to the widest customer base based on its brand value that it creates and what are the foundational building blocks off a strong brand generally known to be the vision and mission statements self. A business for a lot of people look at the vision and mission statements as abstract as strategic. Which don't have actionable value on business execution alley not the vision and mission of a business are there for Popa Sh. They may seem abstract. They may see up there. But the choice of the words that you put together in terms of defining the vision of a business and its mission actually can make or break an organization so that's the Vision. This emission and there are the values that were conveyed as a result of all this within the organization which builds the cultural fabric of their organization so the culture of an organization the values that it upholds and flex on its audience or its customer base are all very key so the foundation of a strong business is very much dependent on its vision its mission and its values menu tinkle for brand. Would you remember one of the famous brands? That's out? There is a Nike swoosh. Right just do it. The tag that goes along that something that people remember. There's so many others that people remember the apple logo will will brand and we can name so many that people remember as of how famous these companies have become but ask the question as to what their vision or mission is and not everybody's very familiar with it whereas should be visionary or something with a great idea the provides value to others right when you look at some of these successful companies. When you look at Steve Jobs people consider him visionary white because he talked about the product way ahead of its time before it was even formed and how it would make a difference in people's lives how would provide value when it came to fruition when it came to be realized we can see the difference. It makes in people's lives so if you're running a company if you're an entrepreneur businessman and you want to be profitable you need to think like a visionary you cannot just think like a businessman trying to run after or cheese after the dollar you have to think like visionary in dumps of what makes your organization different. What makes you different as leader of the overnight session? What do you do that is so unique and different from what is available out in the market? How can you ensure that your results by using your products are services? Are Much much better than the competition. Visionaries are nothing. But Moore's artists are talk leader spokesman inventors et Cetera et Cetera. But they're all people are thinking beyond the dollar thinking beyond profitability that are looking to make a contribution and do something different and the right kind of a brand is. Dean are able to create that that can be used to attract people to watch their concept when you look at a bran. The logo is a part of it. As I said vision. Mission is a part of the audience that you're trying to attract his apart fit all of. That's great. But the audience our customer base needs to align with walk. You have to offer. They need to understand your business for what it is. They need to understand what you provide the need to be connected and emotional level in order to back your organization. That's what is important in terms of engaging your customers create and reflect and own the motion stuck you warn of seen in your customer base. That's what a good brand does not about the logo as much. It's not about the colors and all that that's all great. It's easy to remember it creates an imprint in your audience's heads but it's about the emotional equals that people connected person any famous person or somebody in your family. Would you see you immediately? See in your mind's eye and affliction of that person. Perhaps the plots are the way they walk the way they sit or the way they talk. It all comes back to. That's nothing else but the branded that person is in using on you know some of the entrepreneurs that are out there. They were a certain set of clothes. And that's all they're wearing. They walk a sudden talks That's all making an image that's being created so that when you think of them or when that name comes in front of you. You're immediately connecting to that image in your head set of emotions that go with it as well. That all together from the brand and gives the audience or your customer base and Gut Reaction Gut feeling about your business your product or your service and you wanted to be the right kind of feeling and that's what brand value created for you. Hey I hope you like that episode boo checkout my website Rajiv Modem Dot Com and by the way do checkout Bob podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving on. Thank you very.

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"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

06:54 min | 6 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"The result is that many businesspeople per small business owners to large enterprises are even well-funded entrepreneurs never learn how to probably sell the products and services. Well if you're an entrepreneur are if you're in business or even a professional selling you need to learn how to sell number one is to be enthusiastic about work selling unique of believe in it. You need to believe in it before before you sell it to somebody else because only when you're convinced can you be the best at convincing someone else. It's not the same as being cheerful smiling a lot. That's not enthusiasm that kind of comes across as being disingenuous. So don't confuse that for being enthusiastic enthusiasm exudes confidence and attracts attention. Ensures that people look at you and know that they can trust you in short of the act of selling and buying is enjoyable. So that's what you've gotTA target by being a natural being enthusiastic speaker Kosovo Actress way you've got to be your natural self and let your confidence to the talking next you also need to. I know what the questions of the prospect of VR as they keep asking questions you need to be able to answer those questions confidently and more often than not if you can meet those objections with your own questions contradictory questions. That would be great in terms of convincing them pumping from your end. So that's the way to ensure that they get durant cer- they'll start thinking as to what you said. In how exurbs their focus find out. What your prospect really wants and help them get it? That's a true sale. Not Looking at the product or service that you have and trying to push it through the prospect to buy. That's where the defense law school. But if you find out what your prospect really really wants and then convinced them that what you have is what they really need. In order sold their problem then that sedan sale focus on the issue of Issue Rookie or do they want and what are they willing to pay for it and find it. Find a way of looking at your product or service from that angle and then and showing them convincing them that yes what you have will solve the problem. That's how you make a sale and venue haven't convinced somebody in the first instant gone up always coop bitter. It seems hopeless or not. It's important talking before no up in order to close the sale. Don't expect to sail to happen. The races time you talked to somebody pick up the former Kach in person in short short. You're always following up even if the answer is going to be a normal so that at least you northern you've done you complete You've done your full job in dumbbells so taking it from prospecting all opposing the sale of the positively or negatively. Nass Flora's possible absolutely luke. Be Honest with work. You're trying to do you need to believe in your product. You need to believe in your service ask yourself the question. Are you order by. Hi what you're selling. You want to be honest and if you are if you believe in it than nothing can stop you from being the best salesperson out there because you will exude confidence because you can winced that what you have to offer is a good thing and you want to be honest and not make stories up in order to sell your product or service then as you gain experience learn to identify your bio personas. Who's your ideal field liar? What kind of issues or problems do they have better looking to solve? And then get good this process of prospecting in selling doing so that you can use a measurable in repeatable sales process again and again and continue to own your skills warning the product or service that you're selling Mitchell you noy inside out so that no matter what question is thrown at you. You should be able to answer unless you burn a standard product or service currently. There's no way you're gonNA convince somebody else. Good bye always he tabs off also your leads prospects on one side and your clients on the other and it's not just about following up trying to make a sale but even after you've done a sale make sure your slaughter up hold you in good stead. You'll clients remember you for who you are as a person in the next time they have some some me they will think of you. There looked you don't have to bullet holes sales cycle the next time even to buy from you because their trust you. That's how you'll find your shucks you hacks in terms of being a good salesperson and all of his practice active listening. It's not about your telling them. How will your products and services listened to your prospect of customers? Listen to what they're saying so that you can catch. Were listen to them so that you understand what their needs are and then think through your own product and service yes and see how you can position that would be the solution for their problems. Those are the key aspects will being really good Salesperson Bersin and landing sales at the same time being able to turn around and be a friend benefactor entrusted guide for your customers in at the end of the day. That's what he wanted to become. Hey I hope you like that episode. Blue check out my website RAJIV MODEM DOT COM and by the way do checkout checkout Bob podcasts mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's GonNa Provide you immense value and it'll cut short. Ah Researching PODCASTS. By the weeks into a couple of five still get started and moving. Thank you very.

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Plan B Success

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Lot of of times. We face the question if we are being a true leader a leader is one who leaves vote and strategy and in execution however in the corporate world somehow strategy is much older rated a good strategist might not be a good executioner and why's was up but to be a good leader. You need to ease in both strategy as well as execution alright if not as at least strive ways in both strategy is important to ensure game changing tactics that were done things in your favor or in the direction that thank you desire by the Out Strategy just doesn't win the game the application of that strategy and it's perfect execution becomes Old The more important because there are no results without execution an idea or dream is not crew until realized leist. It's just that simple idea or appealed. Green execution by itself can be a futile attempt. If the plan Tom is knocked well taught and laid out. A good leader is one who understands the interdependency of strategy and execution applies intellect act to strategize and discipline to execute. A true leader is one who leads from the front in these areas. Not Not someone who plans but leaves the execution to others one. Clarification I do want to make. Is that a leader. Also has to trust and N.. Delegate he or she needs to learn to trust him delegate if he or she doesn't do it now but this is a learned trait and one that shop with experience in aid who deleted can depend on to perform set. Expectations is a great candidate to delegate to this does not necessarily mean that the aid has to be a replica of the leader. Not at all every person is unique. Different crates can be applied in. Different scenarios are us and that is where leaders acumen comes into play. Choose the right delegates for the right part of the job. There are those does that may see this as a part of strategy itself but in order to make these decisions and leader needs to have spent time leading execution as well and and that too from the front that is when at a later time the leader can afford to lead to delegation yet have complete control over execution. Some argued that in today's world if you things can be learned from others experiences absolutely but execution delegation height I do not think they come that easy. If you want to ensure that every time you'll need you come out of inner. The best experience is your very own at the the same time. One of the key jobs of a leader is to inspire look around you. There are several icons in the present and the past that we look up to. There's all astonishment and the feeling of disbelief when we look at them and what. They have achieved aspiration. And sometimes this crosses the fine line line of wanting to be in the shoes of the person. You're most influenced by into prison. Times constant media modern to actually helped sump was not at his his rights to such influence. It Senate a question whether they deserve it or not but more important. This constant marriage has tremendous influence on the minds of both mature and immature. The younger immature lock especially are more influenced and more easily influenced and in most cases basis. They end up wanting to be who they admire. This can be a positive or a negative thing. Based on the strength of the character of the one influenced fluence. It's important to recognize that the one you admire is just one very unique to draw inspiration from what they did did and the success. The channel Your own efforts to succeed is good. If such success is not attained the frustration that follows and not being able to overcome it to chart your own this harmful this is where maturity seen drawn spacious from those you admire draw inspiration nations from their values their character and such emulated him by these to make a difference in your own life and pass these down in do your team and your followers so that they can make a difference in their lives as a result of this. You develop your own unique chom and your very own personality Smelly devlop exude this personality to achieve success that you desire ensure that you and your personality have a positive influence on those around you. First and foremost this has a deep impact on your immediate family let alone work family. How did this influence for the benefit of your near and dear and grow this influence as far out as you can reach? Remember your some of your Own Experiences there is no one out there like you leave your life in aspire to influence on those that up best in you but everything that the best in you. Hey I hope you like that episode. Blue check out my website RAJIV MODEM DOT COM and by the way do checkout Bob podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short God. You're researching podcasts. By the weeks into a couple of five to get started and moving thank you.

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Plan B Success

05:11 min | 6 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Probably get some exercise fresh up and get ready. Have a quick bite and grab your coffee of the way out to look at the office. You spend an entire eight to ten hours tackling. What you came for summer in between your grab a bite for lunch inge and if you're lucky get a coffee during a break you leave and on the way back review the proceedings in your head or perhaps brutal. ooh that nasty. Meaning you endure that new or mellower. How can tackle the timeline problem. Our resources you take your pick. You're you're making home in the evening. At knowledge your family with the fans smile and go to freshen up and change next. Grab a cup of coffee or your favorite Beverage Park yourself in the coach and hit the TV moment. Your spouse wants is to share their day and your kids cozy up to you. WanNa play with you or need you to help with the homework but you hardly have the energy or the willingness asked to spend time away from relaxing. Yuma force yourself. Once in a while to engage with the are the family inaccuracies. Are you WANNA get down to completing the work at hand personal or cremated that has been lagging behind. Well Board yet. Hey this is the life of an average. Don't don't you see yourself somewhere in there when it's regular it's average and it can be boring. That's where you come in. How do you go about adding zest into your life. There's not much much you can do. About how regular life is structured. But you can slowly but surely make amends. Its nature by consciously making changes resolved. Aw Change Your Day to day life for the better conscious. Change for the better. What changes you may ask. Well think of make a list. I then followed through with the execution of that list. For example spend time with your family and kids get them involved in your life and you involving deaths spend time with your spouse. This strengthens the bond. Between you and those that you spend time with cultivates positively in mutual environmental mutual relationships instead of spending time with the TV play. Okay a game of chess or scrabble with the kids. If there's an activity you're inclined toward. Perhaps there is something that the family can contribute to delegate to them no matter how small and complete together togetherness is here. You don't want to sacrifice. TV Time Low. Find a time that works for all your favorite show together. Make it a habit to have dinner around the table as a family and discussing day or any copy of choice again together. Communication is key here. Have a hobby an anchorage. Everyone in the family to have one as well pursue hobby time. Together variety righty is key here just the way you plan your career and work toward plan your daily life and work it as well trust me. It's as important Martin if not more as your career. Her healthy home in shorts healthy workplace. A healthy home life and shows you have a happy the and successful life outside the home. Find the teams you want to pursue in your and your family's daily life said goals milestones throughout the togetherness happiness and sharing cheer for each other while building a great quality of life together at consciously and cracker progress. You'll be surprised at how much more time and variety you can find within a twenty four hour day. Don't let life lead by. Ah At insulin piece. which will if you don't take control? Take control well were you waiting for. It started now are make twenty twenty that ear Mary. You're in control of your life and you and your family are together as one single. I unit enjoying life for what it is. Hey I hope that episode boo check out my I web site Rajiv Modem Dot Com and by the way do checkout Bob podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested stood in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going want to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short your junior researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving warm. Thank you very.

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Plan B Success

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Comes to your mission and what are you trying to communicate as part of your mission statement to give you a few examples? Campbell's one mission could be you are in the business of enabling people and businesses to realize their full potential. That's a why -able mission for a good coach at the same time and the mission could be your in the business of enriching people's lives with your products and services USCIS in order to inform them educate them and then help them grow their own businesses. That's a unique mission as well when and you look at these two missions or this to mission statements that I just talked about the uniqueness to both of them although the products and services might be a similar one is in the business of enabling people to realize their full potential and the reason the business of informing them educating them and helping them grow their businesses. There's a slight demarcation in terms of what they're both out to do. Oh but it's from a different angle that they're looking at it. That's what makes that mission statement unique in each of these cases and then that background story sorry that we talked about that forms the Brandini that overlaps on this mission statement that reflects itself funded mission statement in order to show what you are out to do for your clients and the clients that understanding assimilated and see them as one with your mission statement and your story they become your coins. The leads that see them though says one distorted become your clients and those that do not they go elsewhere and then the values that you bring to the table. What do you care about? What are you trying to communicate to the world outdoor leads to your clients out there but it's good customer service service or whether it's being in service providing consistent and constant value in order to see them move from point data point beat? Are you being realistic values. Are you being too optimistic. Too broad all of these come into play in terms of creating those values and they again again need to be in line with your background story and with your mission statement. It's about how you WANNA function and don't keep it Rod. Don't keep it too high get granular with your values read granular where people can recognize that. Yes these are the values use. I need in order to Obstacles and get to where I want to be but that's professionalism that it's excellence in creativity whether it's enlightenment in relation. Whatever you're values are they need to reflect through in order to show that you are headed in the right direction and you won't take others along with you? And then the design elements of feel visual representation of your brand goes back to colors. This was back to what you want. Your logo look like goes back to. What is the message that you're passing through your visual representation? That becomes very very important as you come up with your design. It's like a flag of country right. When you look at the flag of the country you can explain it well? Your logo should be explainable as well and in line with your mission statement with your background story and work your outdoor for the world and then the tone that you take everything that you write or saying you know. Are you coming across as an expert. Are you coming across as a friend. Are you coming across. Ross has a coach who understands the pain of going through certain things in order to come out successful on the other end that will be visible. Are you being professional in. Your approach are friendly. Are you being confident. Areso all of these things come through in terms of how you interact with with you leads and clients and then you'll products and services to your products and services you might say my product is the same as the other person's fraud but but not necessarily so you have to make it unique based on your story based on the brand value that you wanNA create there so many coaches out there in the world. Then we talk about a coach. How do you remember that only a few names that you remember one eighty? They've done a great job of marketing themselves over over the years to you've actually experienced some of their services and you're in love it. And how does that happen. That happens. uh-huh because you align with Iran value so that's where you differentiate your products and services in terms of making a meaningful difference taking taking them to the goal that you're leads and clients are looking to attain so those are generally elements of your Brandini and the more focus you put on them the more you keep thinking about them and the more you ingrain in them or vive them in your products and services the more successful you're going to be. What are you values? What's your vision? Where do you WANNA go? Ready won't pick your clients ends with you. What's your mission? Were you out to help out. Does your story get them. Excited follow you. All of these things together foam that Brandini that you need to construct people talk about creating a client Dow with Tara. Absolutely you need to know who you are. Ideal client is But more importantly you need to respect Who You KUNI are? Were you have to offer. And how does that help solve somebody else's the problem in order to get them follow you in order to attract their attention in order to make sure that they're in line with you. Trust you in order to help them get over the hurdles and become successful. That's the strength of your brand. And that's the uniqueness of your brand and DNA. Hey I hope you liked episode. I hope you'll find some value in terms of what your brand is and what you'll Brandini. Brandini is or could be boo. Check out my website. RAJIV MODEM DOT COM and by the way do checkout Bob podcast mastery program program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short Eugenia researching podcasts tests by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving along. Thank.

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Plan B Success

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Oh Man I pretty much have to swallow some amount of fear. Every time atom opens his mouth. You just never know. We will be left Bangkok last week. After six days of being with a group of just absolutely brilliant creators words and animators and yet it was just like. Please don't let us make another investment right. Now please don't let another investment right. Because he he's he's always always got some sort of idea kicking. He's got a brilliant mind that sees the world in a way that most people don't sit I mean just a complete bird's eye view of of something end. Yeah if I had to say what I'm scared of. It's just that we're going to get into to another one before we've got the other one really coax them you just trying to manage that a little bit Masa great for because it's gotten us where we are I. I am very uncomfortable at the concept of leading by example. It's something that's super important to me and it's also something I'm very aware wairoa's and so up to this point in my life I've been able to just go at it but now that leading by example is super important to me. I feel it's is changing me for the better to understand that how I show up in the world impacts the people around me that I love and care about and that other people are watching how I act and that it matters and so my biggest fear probably is failing on that route that causes someone to be inspired to take a different path. Maybe when it's healthiest all right. And what are you most happy about our kids. Yeah Yeah I'm I'm really happy about. Aw The way that we are able to craft how we're raising them and I love that even though that's that's a little bit hard. Adam is one hundred percent a self made man. He never finished college and has continued to prove over and over again that he is brilliant in has a great mind for business until I want my kids to see that you know while education is important. It what's more important is that they work hard and they show up for their lives and they they have great integrity and what they're doing and win the demonstrate that we're happy the other time is so frustrating. Yeah I ah this lifestyle is a Ford says the luxury of being able to teach them those things right. And what do you look forward to. I like being retired with you. One day too far out girl. I look forward to all of the adventures. We have every year we. We are about experiences and I always loved the idea of taking it to that next step family adventure that next. What's that thing? We didn't think we can do. And then let's go do it to me. That is that is something to look forward to. Also I do look forward to retirement. I calculate actually retirement as my kids are out of my house and all the pets are dead. Yeah that's what I'm thinking when I think retirement like we get to do all those fun things without kids. It's the precious there so we get the experience you'll live their lives. That's awesome and work. Would you like your legacy easy to be way. We think about this. A Lot We've talked about this a lot when we talk about our vision values and goals for our family and our businesses and you you know we talk like many business owners. I'm sure I've talked with their their partners as well about how to to curate well how to manage well what to do with it when you get it. What success actually looks like and We've decided together that we don't want our kids to have ferraris when they're nineteen. We won't businesses that generate money that we can put to work in organizations nations that we really really believe in ones that have real impact on big world issues so that they can have farther reach in fixing this broken world that we're leaving our kids and that that's my hope that we have some impact on the world that we're leaving them. What tonight you well said? Let's do that. Awesome Awesome Grid. This has been great. It's been great talking to you. It's inspiring seeing you come together as a family but supports the kind of lifestyle that you haven't the right values that you're teaching. Your kid says well. What does that one thing when you look back at your entire journey? One learning that you can leave for our listeners. The biggest thing that I've figured out after wrestle my company I was never more miserable. And the good buddy of mine said the real definition of failure is being super super successful at something you do not care about. I want to encourage people to not be successful for the sake of being successful and thinking that you can find happiness in dollar signs it does feel good to close the deal and the does filter when the money is pouring in but at the end of the day. There is a reckoning with yourself coming thing and if you don't start addressing it now You are super susceptible to a huge identity crisis and being crushed on the other other side of this entrepreneurial journey. Yeah I think I would agree. you're Y.. Matters and having a bigger purpose us in what you're trying to do with your life can really really steer where you go and I think it's definitely indefinitely worth the time to really really think about that and do a deep dive into what your motivation is actually are what success looks like for you is. It may not be what you I think it is. Yeah we we often said that you have to sacrifice your family for your business. Sorry business for your family. But we discovered his. That's not true. Is that when you core into to your family you have the energy to pour into your business and all of a sudden one plus one is ten and it is shocking the amount of prosperity you can have financially only by taking care of things emotionally at home. He thank you so much for joining us today. Sharing all those valujet's sharing your life with us in. I hope this inspires a lot more. Entrepreneurial did or want to be entrepreneurs at the same time they see the downtowns and they know exactly how to manure her themselves to that journey. Thank you so much for joining US thank you. We really appreciate it. I hope you enjoyed enjoyed the episode. Please do check out my website. Rajiv Modem Dot Com and duly review and a comment on your favorite platform for Plan B. Success podcast thank.

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Plan B Success

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Just not as complicated as some people make people bowl want to kind of thing. It's around the understanding that you know if your client tough Mer patient centric business business basically is very transparent about. Hey you know what you have this question. Here's how we could answer it. How we we can help and kind of wearing that on their sleeve and putting it out there I mean and people people will the beat the path? You're I have a few questions for you back I'm GonNa ask you. Just tell me what it will come to your head in terms of finance. What are you the most thankful for my family for Sir? There's never a day that goes by that I'm not grateful or the my my family and to an extent that you know a few friends that are essentially family to me. Not just the things they've done to me or done on for me visit joy they bring my life. And what are you most. Careful not being is good for the people that are important in my life whether it's family or friends of the people that I serve as I would like to. What are you most happy about? I I really am happy that I've been able to wrap a A. Hey Business and like the kind of work in harmony together I'm able to share the the experiences with my family and provides security or them that I would like to and hopefully you know I can be a pretty good role model for them as well. And I'm I'm doing it doing work that I think is meaningful and that I loved doing though and I i. I've had weren't the my career that weren't pickle enjoyable and I know they didn't help me the best version of myself so I'm pretty happy to have been able to something that seemed like checking all nice. And where do you look forward to just shared experiences with all those people that I've alluded to. I mean I've got a coaching group in later this week and and I really look forward to seeing signal sending time with them. I am excited to go out and play catch with my kids and my older one is about ready to choose the college and I I just you know I look forward to being able to go on college visits. Is You know the the shared experiences of people something. I don't take for granted because we are very much in the kind of Internet connected world. Where Yeah We? In Tennessee people offers media in a way. We never have before that. I really relish those in person shared moment. And what would you like your legacy to be. You know. Hopefully I had it a little bit of value. made the lives of the people around me whether it's family or friends or or clients or even people to read the newsletter that I write. Hopefully I made their day a little bit better business a little bit better their their life consider that pretty big win. That's great. This has been awesome bad so for all the people hearing. That's Patrick me. And and he is. A Father Has Been Coach author entrepreneur. In whichever order you take. The father husband thing is prime in his life. And that's what everything else around that's one takeaway I have from this any takeaway that you would like to leave for the listeners. Pat You you know. I think that we can probably accomplish. Not this more than we think that we can accomplish even better than we think. So don't settle you know spent a lot of my life and a following that that kind of mindset or month or if you you will and it come back to serve me and reward me in so many ways and hopefully for for anybody not listening in you know you can. Do you know you can do some pretty amazing things. If you kind of allow yourself off commit to doing so I would say. That'd be awesome and all the programs all the coaching programs. That bad has everything that does are underpaid. Rick Speak Dot Com As well thank you so much for joining us today Pat. It's it's been a pleasure listening to you and learning from you. Thank you for having me. It's been my pleasure thank you. Hey I hope you like that episode. By the way I I did want to tell you about my website. RAJIV MODEM DOT com that's launched and under that under courses as a particular mastermind course. I just started. It's called plan. B Success reveal which will help you see your attentive self. It'll teach you how to break down the walls how to melt a layer surround you revealed revealed true to yourself and the world to ensure that you attract the success that you deserve go ahead and check it out under courses on the website website and if that intrigues you do sign up an catch you on the other side when we get together for the course thank you very much..

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Plan B Success

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"rajiv modem dot" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Year opens up a whole whole thing? You know the film makes you just see. That is nothing nothing wrong with how you feel about this. Just learn to feel that what you're earning to interpret it that way so for the future. I just see that it's something that needs could be out there and it's just it's one thing of mini that tried to address address the situation of the world. That's the way I look at so I think this is great. You know you're pursuing what you're passionate about something that you like. You're trying to to make a difference in your own way and pretty glad to hear about your journey about your movie as well as your book and the Self Discovery that you go through as a result of trying to do something different than what everybody else does you know. I'm sure it was not Not Easy to learn how publish for that matter. You know even on Amazon so I think that's great you know I. I think more people should do that. You know they're they're things we are all passionate about and we should pursue our passions awesome so in order to make sure that we come out successful on the other end and to your point. There's no telling what other doors this will open for you. In terms of the connections you will make hand where you can take your movie in the book so this is great and thank you so much for joining us today. What would be the one thing that you would want to leave for our listeners? Here that the story that I'm telling you know my experience in the film and the book is really not just a story for a particular kind of earth it's is for humans. It's if you're a human living there I think it's something that acquire is and That would be the biggest the biggest takeaway that I would wanNA leave with someone that it's the world is just really extremely diverse. It's going to continue to get more diverse and we just need a way okay to decide how to handle that in the most positive leg. I always look at it like when you're in the United States you always hear stuff like life life liberty and the pursuit of happiness that's where we all should be striving for and if we have ideas or actions that go with someone life liberty and pursuit of happiness. We probably shouldn't do it if we see someone else do it. If we should probably join together. Hey you know they'll you know. Hey they're they're allowed to do it just like anyone in the you know if you happen to be in the United States we do have some type of responsibility and look at the rest of the world. Say say you know help out others who are find to help others in life liberty and the pursuit of happiness awesome. Thank you so much for joining us today. Kevin this this has been a pleasure. Thank you very much for me and wonderful wonderful experience and you have a great podcast goes thank you. He hope you like that episode by the way I did. I want to tell you about my website. RAJIV MODEM DOT com that's launched and under that under courses as a particular mastermind. Course I just started. It's called plan. B successor veal. which will help you see your pantic? Self it'll teach you how to break down the walls how to melt the layers around you reveal the true to yourself and the world to ensure that you attract the success that you deserve go ahead and check it out under courses on the website and if that intrigues you sign up an catch you on the other side when we get together for the course. Thank you very much the..