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"ramsey networks" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You america. Thanks for tune in. This is the ramsey show This is james childs producer of the ramsey. Show if you listen to all our shows with the ramsey network app on their smartphone browse by topic or even six looks to your friends. Download the ramsey network app. Inter favorite app store today. Like you're in a rut and living life just going through the motions build confidence in yourself and learn to trust the god who created you. Check out the christy wright show where christie inspires you to breakthrough your limitations and create the life. You're proud to live. Hey all i'm christie right. You know it's so easy to feel stuck. You live life just going through the motions doing dishes. Doing laundry carpool lines and a whole list of commitments. That bring you know joy. Why do we live like that. That's why i want you to check out the christy wright show each episode will help you build confidence in yourself and the god that created you. You're more from the ramsey network including the christy. Right show wherever you listen to podcasts. Hey james producer of the ramsey show. This episode is over but check the episode notes for links to products and services. You heard about during this episode. Thanks for listening..

"ramsey networks" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"It's wednesday and this is the ramsey call of the day part of the ramsey networks to angeles california and talked to alex. Hey alex.

How To Make Better Decisions, Faster With Matt Bodnar

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:40 min | 1 year ago

How To Make Better Decisions, Faster With Matt Bodnar

"Every day were making decisions. Now hopefully take our business to the next level. What do we do with this particular team member. How do we find the best vendor. What colors and fonts should go on the website for next marketing campaign and hundreds of other decisions like these that we have to make every single week. The stakes are high. We can't afford to make a bad decision from the ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves their teams and the prophets. I'm your host. Daniel tardy am i guess. Today is matt bonner match the chairman at fresh technologies and he's done a lot of cool stuff. He's helped star businesses run businesses launch. New business turn businesses around and especially as passionate about helping businesses scale up from the startup stage to be in a big deal. He knows a lot about decision making strategy and how to align our behaviors with our goals. But he didn't start out in this space in fact he actually started out as a successful analyst on wall street. He was making a lot of money at goldman sachs and so. I was super curious to ask them. Hey matt why did you leave. One of the biggest influences in this is a book. That's influenced me tremendously. Was the four hour workweek. The whole tim ferriss thing and so reading that and really thinking about what do i want to do with my life. And and where do i wanna spend my time and and thinking about. I mean in a place like that you can see the trajectory. Stay here fifteen years. I'm back. I if i stay here twenty years on that guy etc and so i could see what the future looks like and all they wanted to do something more entrepreneurial and i had this epiphany i was reading this article on bloomberg about one of the founders of google. I forget if it was larry page or or sergei would basically set this thing. And they've saying you know which everyone is. The ceo at the time and their salary was one hundred thousand dollars and as a first year analyst at goldman. My salary was more than that. And so i read the article and i kind of had. This chuckled to myself as like a twenty one year. Old or twenty two year old. And i'm like. I'm so awesome like i have a bigger seat salary than the ceo. Google and then literally there was a comma and the next half. The sentence was like andy's worth twenty seven billion dollars stock or whatever and so it was just like an anvil like crushing on the head. That was like oh. You don't get wealthy from a salary you get wealthy from having equity in something and that was really. That was a big difference for me that that made me realize that having a having a high salary doesn't really mean it helps but but ultimately ownership equity is really where you generate the most value. So did that. Prompt you to think i wanna start my own thing. I wanna build something. My dad's a very successful restaurant tour and he he had been doing. A bunch of stuff in nashville. And kind of the southeast. Broadly for you know. While i was in middle school high school all that stuff and he was always when i was up at at goldman he was always like a bug in my ear. Hey come back and you know. Help me out. Come join me join me. And so eventually I answered that call in and move back to national got involved with him in a in a company called fresh hospitality which is an investment business. Essentially that invests kind of across the food and restaurant world and scales various different restaurant brands. How big was the team when you joined basically me my dad My brother and one other gentleman whose name was nikola haggas is basically four of us at the time and There for yeah. Yeah and i mean there were there were other. I mean we were essentially almost like a small private equity or venture capital firm and so I mean the operating companies that we invested in obviously had a bigger sure employees based but really that was it at the beginning. And and since then we've built this whole kind of ecosystem and infrastructure of businesses. You've worked with a lot of businesses here locally many that. I've personally been a patron and i remember martin's barbecue when we went when they were a little like double wide trailer out. South nolansville autobody shop was yes barbecue around. And nobody knew who they were. Unless you live like right in that little community and now i mean if if you know martinsburg if you've been in nashville you know martin's barbecue i mean it's just it's the spot that you go if you're a nashville I'd love to hear that story. You know i mean you you you guys. Clearly were part of them you know becoming a big deal and kind of putting him on the map And i know you guys do that with countless other. You know restaurants But how do you. How do you find the martin's barbecue when they're just this little local story and nobody really knows who they are. I mean we're we're at a point. Now where and i think you see this in a lot of different businesses where you get inbound deal flow right and so i mean we. We met pat actually through a A point of sale reseller that we that we had a relationship with was selling terminals and that he's a hey. This guy's got a really cool thing. You should go check it out and so we went and we went and just had lunch. They're checked it out and got to know him and You know helped partner up from from day. One when they were back over that little auto body shop and You know our whole thesis for for how we invest in a company's specifically within the fresh Platform is we have this whole ecosystem that we've developed over the last decade or so of everything from technology to accounting to Real estate expertise marketing the whole the whole suite of services that sit around a business and we go in and we ate we provide them growth capital but we also provide them what we call our intellectual capital of all those different things to help them scale up and so you know we. We plugged that infrastructure in and really helped him. I identify a great site. And that was their store nolansville. That they moved to that was across the street. The kind of bigger flagship store and then started very strategically looking at. Hey what are some other great opportunities for this brand and and really one of the biggest strategic decisions we made up martin was we ultimately decided that we needed to have a presence downtown and to to truly be a competitive player in the in the nashville barbecue space and plant our flag so to speak. We we needed. We needed something downtown in. That's how we ended up ultimately finding the property at martin's we call it rutledge but the downtown martins barbecue and and that's we now we sort of we. We jokingly referred to it as the mothership because it's it's this behemoth compared to the other typical martin stores but it's been a really great opponent of that business.

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Yes. That fall January 24th 1980 Gary Coleman becomes the first black performer to win a People's Choice award, taking home favorite young TV performer for his role in the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes. And that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio Free I Heart Radio APP is Number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart Radio. Podcast preview 43 million borrowers have about $1.5 Trillion in federal student loan debt. We don't understand the true impact that this debt is having going into debt has life altering consequences every single year, another million student loan borrowers default on that debt and absolutely zero plan to tackle this from Ramsey Network comes borrowed future a new podcast exploring the student loan debt crisis in America. Behind all the numbers and frightening stats are real people dealing with the consequences of their student loans every day. Really, It stopped me from being you'll both get a house. It's stopped us from starting our family in this poverty stricken home. 8% doesn't really seem like a lot, but I guess it's a lot when you're looking at $12,000 and then over the course of years I just woke up one day and was $39,000. You just don't know what to do. You're paralyzed and you get depressed. I didn't sleep for like the first year because I was always worried. Something's gonna happen Bobble along with those stories, you're also going to hear from experts who want to see change in the student loan industry from billionaires like Mark Cuban to thought leaders like Seth Godin and financial experts like Dave Ramsey. There's a lot of blame to go around here because we built the system and the system evolved because every piece in the system did what it was supposed to do. I'm George Camel and over the next several episodes. I'm gonna find out how we got here..

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Absolutely. Zero plan to tackle this from Ramsey Network comes borrowed future a new podcast exploring the student loan debt crisis in America. Behind all the numbers and frightening stats are real people dealing with the consequences of their student loans every day. Really, it stopped me from then you'll both get a house. It's stopped us from starting our family. In this poverty stricken home. 8% doesn't really seem like a lot, but I guess it's a lot when you're looking at $12,000. And then over the course of years I just woke up one day I was $39,000. You just don't know what to do. You're paralyzed and you get depressed. I didn't sleep for like the first year because I was always worried. Something's gonna happen. Bobble. Along with those stories. You're also going to hear from experts who want to see change in the student loan industry from billionaires like Mark Cuban to thought leaders like Seth Godin and financial experts like Dave Ramsey. There is a lot of blame to go around here because way built the system. And the system evolved because every piece in the system did what it was supposed to do. I'm George Camel and over the next several episodes, we're gonna find out how we got here. The impact student loans are having on people like you. And offer a solution that could change the economy and generations to come. Borrow the future. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and pot goons. Radio 1055 w E R C burning w E R C F M broadcasting for the Weber Mortgage Studios in available everywhere on the I. Heart Radio Acts eight o'clock. He must be held accountable..

"ramsey networks" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"Eric is with in tucson arizona. Higher power you dave. Thanks for taking my call. I greatly appreciate it sure. What's up my wife. Rena hey hey <hes>. here's the scenario. We moved to tucson a year ago. We both left our jobs for me to take a position here in college. Athletics and my wife accepted a position with a nonprofit christian organization as a local ministry missionary with a two year commitment here in tucson <hes>. And here we are a year. Later position was eliminated dakota and we are left with paying off seventy four thousand nine hundred dollars in student loans. We had a hundred and fifteen thousand a year and a half ago and because of our two year commitment here in tucson. I'm unable to pursue my passion in college athletics of this time so my question is in order to pay off these student loans. Do i risk looking for a job. That i may not be passionate about that as well or do i pursue a job that i'm more passionate about. That may not pay as well. How about how about picking an option. That doesn't suck. Yeah one that pays well that you're passionate about. Why is that off the table. it's not good. Yeah you've got yourself in a corner man. You dreamed all this upper. It's all going bad for you. I don't know why. I think one of the dilemmas here. I've committed two years in tucson and if arab wants to continue working in college athletics. I mean really. That's not an option at the time and so that's the only way. There's not a lot of going on in college athletics. have you noticed. There's nobody in the stands right. All of them's budgets are blown up with an atomic bomb. So i don't know how how you or causing him to not be able to do that. I think the pandemic is causing him to not be able to do that. So you need to figure out what about college athletics that you're passionate about and find different ways to do that until college. Athletics can come back. Oh and by the way during that time two years could run out now. Let's let's play pretend on just one other thing and then i got to get john on this <hes>. E- eric your your wife's name. What again brianna. Okay brannagh you said you gave a two year commitment as a missionary it so let me just tell ya. As far as i'm concerned as a christian you're released from that commitment if your husband has to move because your family has to eat right you go to those you go to your supervisor and say hey here's not able to fulfill this missionaries voluntary organization. It's a nonprofit situation. And so you know you're making twelve twelve cents a minute or something and he gets a chance to you. Get a chance to make a living in the city. But i don't think that's really an option anyway. I think he's going to be doing something completely different. Don't box yourself up into this binary choice. Don't be choices living. But you don't have enough options that's

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Has say hello to those beautiful Hawaiian beaches in that magazine Progressive casualty insurance company. Definitely. It's what comes next for forward. It's doing what we've done for over a century building and facing any problems with integrity, empathy and the strength to outlast them. Ford will always pivot to do the right thing and to build for who And what matter most. Community. Built for America built Ford proud. Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart radio podcast Preview 43 Million borrowers have about $1.5 Trillion in federal student loan debt. We don't understand the true impact that this debt is having going into debt has life altering consequences every single year, another million student loan bar. Words default on that debt and absolutely zero plan to tackle this from Ramsey Network comes borrowed future a new podcast exploring the student loan debt crisis in America. Behind all the numbers and frightening stats are real people dealing with the consequences of their student loans every day. Really, it stopped me from then you'll both get a house. It stopped us from starting our family in this poverty stricken home. 8% doesn't really seem like a lot, but I guess it's a lot when you're looking at $12,000. And then over the course of years, I just woke up one day I was $39,000. You just don't know what to do. You're paralyzed and you get depressed. I didn't sleep for like the first year because I was always worried something's gonna happen. All along with those stories. You're also going to hear from experts who want to see change in the student loan industry from billionaires like Mark Cuban to thought leaders like Seth Godin and financial experts like Dave Ramsey. There is a lot of blame to go around here because we built the system. And the system evolved because every piece in the system did what it was supposed to do. I'm George Camel and over the next several episodes, we're gonna find out how we got here. The impact student loans are having on people. Kristina Mendoza, Sam Shane Sacramental voices You can trust they can't became morning news continues on news 93.1. Hey, fbk. I realize that Christmas is the time to be with the people you love.

The 6 Types of Working Genius with Patrick Lencioni

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

The 6 Types of Working Genius with Patrick Lencioni

"With have different talents than you. Sometimes that can be frustrating. But it's actually a good thing because we all have different strengths and different weaknesses. we have different personality styles. You guys know this. It takes a village but what we do to try to figure out the space and understand our people better. If you're like me you start taking. These assessments disc myers briggs in your graham. All good things. But here's what a lot of those things. Don't tell us. Can this person actually do their job from the ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast where we help business. Leaders grow themselves teams and the prophets. i'm your host tardy and my guest. today is paddling. Joni pats the founder and president of the table group where he spends his time speaking and writing about leadership teamwork organizational health. But here's the thing is. He's not just another consultant. We have worked with him. At ramsey solutions and andre leadership for years. We've given every one of his books to oliver team members and would give him out at our entreleadership events because his stuff is so legit. When it comes to team culture values you've got to be reading pellet joni now this is exciting. He and his team have developed a model that helps leaders identify their teams areas of working genius areas of life draining weaknesses. That if they're doing those activities too long they're going to burn out and quit. You don't want that so this is going to be a lot of fun but before we get into the model we have to first start with understanding the foundation of a great team. Well it all starts with trust which is humility based and vulnerability based if people can't come to sit down with their team and say i don't know the answer i need help. I'm sorry i was a jerk yesterday. Or i don't know what to do here somebody else or you. You're smarter than i am at this. I wanna be like you if people can't come work and be emotionally buck naked if you will it then you're done because if people can't come and be raw open honest they're not going to be able to engage in conflict because they're not going to be telling the truth and they're gonna feel like that's too risky. They're not gonna commit to decisions because they never really weighed in. They're not gonna hold each other accountable and say hey. You're my friend but you gotta do better than that on this one which is a great thing on a team. But if you can't be vulnerable you're not going to do that and they're not gonna actually do. What's in the best interest of the team. They're going to look at themselves. So that's the basic way that teams function from trust to results. But in order to do that you really need to be humble hungry. Smart person which is i. I don't think too much myself. I think others are more important than i am. Honor them. I work really hard. I'm hungry and inter personally smart. I know how to deal with human beings and if you can find humble hungry and smart people and put them in an environment where they build trust have good conflict hold each other accountable and do all those things. It's going to work. It's not complicated. I know i just went through that very quick. And i talked about eight different things but it's very simple. Are there blockers to trust aside from not having those people who are hungry humble smart well i would say there's blockers if the league doesn't have that and it's counter cultural by the way i should say that to people don't grow up thinking about being vulnerable they teach you to grow up and you know reveal just the parts of yourself that you think people like and this is. This is a problem. So that's why human beings have a hard time being vulnerable is because we think we're supposed to come into the world and protect ourselves but that's not what makes a team great so i think that if you have people that are humble hungry and smart and the leader gets that and nurtures that i. I don't know that there's other blockers. I'm trying to think what might that be. I mean there's environmental factors. Maybe working a company. That doesn't mike that doesn't reward that but if if the person at the top thinks it's important and crates environment from the top and i will tell you daniel that you know one of the reasons that i work with ceos and their teams because it needs to be modeled from the very top and it's not that they're more fun to party with like. Oh i want to be important. I just think if you can get the people at the very top organization to do that. You have a fighting chance in the rest of it. And when i go into an organization and i start at the at the bottom someplace. They're constantly looking up and going. Do you think they're ever going to get this so it just makes more sense to come. Which is why love talking entrepreneurs could is like you can turn your. You can turn your company into a trustworthy us. Good team quickly if you make that so with you and your leader well it sounds like what you're saying in some ways similar to our friend john maxwell he's has everything rises and falls on leadership absolutely. And if you're not working with the leader you're not working with the highest leveraged point of culture. Yeah that's their job. Yes and when they don't realize that when they think their job is just figuring out the technical parts of the of the operations then it's really difficult. So yeah john. And i would be incomplete alignment around that and that's why the leader is so important but that leader can't believe that they're inherently more important than the people lead their actions and behaviors are just more important. Yeah i think the is that they're more important but not more significant. Yeah you know. It's it's the it's the it's the challenge of humility article years ago called the trouble with humility and that is that as a leader. I have to believe i am just like anybody else here. I'm just a child of god a person. That's i'm no. I don't have more significance as you say. And so i have to believe that. But my words and actions are going to have a disproportionate impact on everything else around here. The problem is when people realize that their words and actions are disproportionately important. Sometimes they start to personalize it and say man. I'm pretty important here similarly people that say. Hey i'm not that important. So they forget

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Using Stories to Market Your Business with Amy Porterfield

The EntreLeadership Podcast

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Using Stories to Market Your Business with Amy Porterfield

"Hey is this happened in your business. Last month was a bad month so this month. We're going to run a sale. A big promotion. We're gonna email list and say by now because it. We gotta get some cash in the door. It's not really a marketing plan. You know what that's called. It's called spray and pray from the ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast where we help business. Leaders themselves their teams and the prophets. I'm your host daniel tardy and my guest today. is amy porterfield. She's a longtime friend of entreleadership. She's also an online marketing expert to helping entrepreneurs and small business owners win. Aim is going to share with you. Why you have to have a plan for your marketing and the good news is it doesn't have to be complicated in fact the foundation it simple because marketing starts with just telling people's stories so when you tell the story especially about somebody else that you served and you've helped when you tell the story right meaning you talk about the struggles and the challenges in the fears that they had the winds and what that meant for them and what they've overcome people can see themselves in those stories so much easier than you. Just saying i've got this great product. It has amazing benefits in features. You need it. That's one thing but also when you sell when you promote no matter how much your audience loves you. They put up a wall whether it be just a little while or really big wall. There's always a little defense up there and we're going to talk about it later. But i do webinars to sell my digital courses and on a webinar for the first forty five minutes you are giving giving giving and so when you do ask for them to buy your product. Their defenses are all the way up. Because you were giving and you were inviting them in in different ways in offering value so the same thing with the story when people see themselves in other people's stories and they can relate and resonate. They those defenses. Come down and they say i want a piece of that i if she could do it i can do it too and so i'm all about helping. People put their guard down. Because it's a natural thing to put it up especially when you're asking someone to spend money so i noticed you said when you tell the story right. Yeah what's the right way to tell the story. Well you had talked about donald miller when we were off camera and you had mentioned and you know that man is have learned so much from story brand in how he tells his story but if you can tell the story and somebody can literally put themselves in that story because they can relate to it. I feel as though the story is is doing the work it was meant to do. And so to me. You have to have all those important elements that donald miller talks about in terms of putting a story together in order for it to resonate and a lot of my students who are just getting started though one and tell the story but with a one tells i hope so and so get x. Results they were this way. I and now. They're this way now like there before and after and done. But when i when i think about telling a good story i want to talk about the richness of it and i have a student. Her name is niro. she lives in los angeles. She's a single mom of three. Her mom lives with her. She was a not making barely any money as a baker and she knew she wanted a different life for her kids and she was working two jobs. One like chucky cheese and one baking out of her kitchen but then she realized how to create a digital course and she created her first digital course to create caramel candy apples. Who would have thought that a caramel candy apple. Digital course how to do it would be a huge success but she made over sixty thousand dollars on her first launch and then she did it again had the same success and when i asked her deniro what does this mean for you and she said all i wanna do is retire. My mom she cleans houses. She's she supported me. She is an amazing support to our family. I want to help her retire when when she told me that like my heart. Don't been but when i tell that story i don't just say how much deniro made in. What digital course she created. But i talk about what it means to her. And i think people can relate to that part of the story more than anything Yeah i mean just as you tell that story. I think everybody's going whoa caramel apples. And how could either something similar and caramel apples. That i'm going to sell an what did you do again. What did you teach on that web and like it just it pulls you win when you tell a story like that. So what What keeps us from telling the stories you know. I think we probably cognitively most business owners that have been around for a few years. Understand the power of story to some degree. I i know some of a struggle with feeling like we're wasting our audiences time or were belaboring things or it's not worth it. Why do we hesitate when it comes to this powerful mechanism you know. I can totally relate. When i first started telling stories. I would rush through him so quickly because i thought i was wasting. My audience is time like they wanted me to get to get to the point. And i i often Surround myself with a great storyteller. Because i love a good story and if you really think about your let's say you're out with some friends you're sitting around a fire and you all are just having a good time in someone tells a story and the when they add more detail when they add more layers to it when they really pull you in. You're like tell me more i'm here. I'm fully there. So you love that when they add the details and they really bring it to life. So why would it be any different. When you're telling your audience these really rich stories versus rushing to the punch line. It's the same kind of feeling they get on a webinar or had a campfire. And so i realized i needed to slow down so i did the exact thing that most of my students do they want to rush through it because they think they should and so. That's one thing another part in and this is gonna sound silly. And i've never really talked about this but we had to make it a practice in our business to get the stories like if we didn't have a process in the company to get these stories in the most richest way possible with all the details. I wouldn't be able to tell the stories so backup a little bit. We put a process in place where people can send us in their wins their results their satisfaction with our product and then we reach out to them on zoom and Someone on my team will do an interview and just ask them tons of questions and record it and transcribe it and then we kind of bring it into a story while my team then gives me all the details of that story so what my point was going to be is that i had to practice these stories if i want to add layers and richness to a story on a webinar or in a facebook. Live or on a podcast. I need a practice at a little meaning. I can't look at a bunch of bullets until the story. Well

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The Practice of Shipping Creative Work with Seth Godin

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05:21 min | 1 year ago

The Practice of Shipping Creative Work with Seth Godin

"Okay I got a question when you think about the word creative. What's that word mean to? You feel like a lot of business owners if you're like me, you know a creative person that. You hire design things to make things look pretty to work on your brand. But here's the thing. If you're a business owner. You gotta think about creativity broader than just that. In fact, I'm going to tell you if you want to build a p performing company. You. have to be creative. From the Ramsey network, this is the entreleadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves to their teams and the prophets. I'm your host, Daniel Tardy. Am I guess today is Seth Godin guys are you kidding me seth is one of the most brilliant marketers thinkers thought leaders on the topics of well a lot of things leadership business certainly all things customer service and guys I'm telling you even if you think you're not creative. You've got to listen to this because creativity. It's not just something that you do where you're creating things that are visual are designing things being creative as a leader means you have a vision for the future you see what could be and what should be, and then you create that reality that's why it's called creativity. And you do that through casting a vision and showing people a better version of the future creativity isn't just about designing things guys it's about leadership. Let's. Differentiate between leadership and management. 'cause they're not the same thing and most small business people just do management management is having the power to tell people what to do to get people to do what they did yesterday but faster and cheaper, and we need management because that creates the industrial economy that enables us to make and keep promises. But leadership leadership is not mandatory. Leadership is voluntary. Leadership is I choose to lead where I choose to follow you and because voluntary because we're doing something that might not work it's not for everybody but it's where all the juice lies because when we lean into leadership. When we assert to people that we think something might work. We might feel inside like we're not so sure but we're offering this tremendous. Privilege this gift to the people we work with, which is they're hoping that someone will open a door in China light. That's our job all throughout building the entreleadership area I was I was the first employee of entreleadership. We don't call ourselves employees. We say where team members, we don't like the connotation of employees because it implies punching a clock and exchanging dollars. For hours as the first team member in this area believing in this thing believing it could be this massive thing that's making an impact in the area of small business. I know I can relate to times that I I had a massive vision and desire but I wasn't sure how we're going to get there. I didn't know for sure that we would get there. Yet I was telling people were going here and and there's this higher docs in our minds. A little bit of we're really clear and certain we're going and I don't know if we're going to get there and you can feel a bit like a fraud at times. You can feel like I'm making this thing up why are these people even following me? Yeah. Imposter Syndrome rears its ugly head. A lot of people think that they're the only ones with imposter syndrome but everyone has it unless you're psychopath imposter syndrome is that feeling that you haven't proven it that you can't be sure you to do to speak up and to lead you must be a fraud at people say, how do I get rid of imposter syndrome? and. My answer is you don't 'cause you are an impostor in the moment you are leading in the moment you show up and say over here, you can't be sure. And if you feel like an impostor, that's a good sign because it means you're leaning into the work and so I am not proposing that we defraud anybody. I'm not proposing that we guarantee anything 'cause a guaranteeing confidence are tricky places the Hind but I think we get to say to people i. let me paint a picture for where we might be able to go if we're able to make this thing working and if people like that picture and they're willing to follow in meet with you. That's the best way to get to where you hope to go. I think tracking with this idea of we're always an impostor to some extent, and yet there's also a wisdom and having a sense of what we're doing. So we don't lead people off the cliff what's the difference between being foolish and the perpetual imposture and the way you're talking about? Yes so that all of this comes down to generosity. I rule no one wants to be hustled. No one wakes up in the mornings. Hopes own hustles me uses social pressure close talking. Extortion, whatever it is to get me to do something. No we don't have to hustle to make a difference. The alternative is to say, what's The generous thing to do you know if you saw somebody drowning in a few feet of water and you had a chance to jump in and Save Them? Even. If you weren't the best swimmer who ever lived even if you didn't have a certification from the Red Cross, which do it what would you walk away a say? I can't prove I can see ask you this person. That's great. You jump in the water.

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on 600 WREC

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02:23 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And absolutely zero plan to tackle this from Ramsey Network comes borrowed future a new podcast exploring this student loan debt crisis in America, behind all the numbers and frightening stats. Are really people dealing with the consequences of their student loans. Every day really did stop me from being held up at the house. It stopped us from starting our family in this poverty stricken home. 8% doesn't really seem like a lot, but I guess it's a lot when you're looking at $12,000. And then over the course of years I just woke up one day and was $39,000 You just don't know what to do. You're paralyzed and you get depressed. I didn't sleep for like the first year I was always worried something happened. Hobble along with those authorities. You're also going to hear from experts who want to see change in the student loan industry from billionaires like Mark Cuban, too, thought leaders like Seth Goten and financial experts like Dave Ramsey. There is a lot of blame to go around here because way build the system and the system evolved because every piece in the system did what it was supposed to do. I'm George Camel. Over the next several episodes. We're gonna find out how we got here. The impact student loans are having on people like you and offer a solution that could change the economy and generations to come. Borrowed feature. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one free I heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Is an I. Heart radio podcast preview. What if I had known at the beginning of fish? What I know now, you know the band is like an organic ever growing thing. That's a conversation I had with Trey Anastasio, lead singer and guitarist of Fish for a piece I wrote back in 2002. I first saw fish at a tiny club in the late eighties. Now, decades later, the band is still touring. Still making a cultural impact, and I'm still covering them. I'm Dean. But Nick and this is long May they run season one fish I saw in the late eighties. And the people.

"ramsey networks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Default on that debt and absolutely zero plan to tackle this from Ramsey Network comes borrowed future a new podcast exploring this student loan debt crisis in America. Behind all the numbers and frightening stats are real people dealing with the consequences of their student loans every day. Really, it stopped me from being in the house. It stopped us from starting our family in this poverty stricken home. 8% doesn't really seem like a lot, but I guess it's a lot when you're looking at $12,000. And then over the course of years, I just woke up one day and was $39,000. You just don't know what to do. You're paralyzed and you get depressed. I didn't sleep for like the first year because I was always worried something's gonna happen. Hobble along with those authorities. You're also going to hear from experts who want to see change in the student loan industry from billionaires like Mark Cuban, too, thought leaders like Seth Goten and financial experts like Dave Ramsey. There is a lot of blame to go around here because way built the system. And the system evolved because every piece in the system did what it was supposed to do. I'm George Camel and over the next several episodes, we're gonna find out how we got here. The impact student loans are having on people like you. And offer a solution that could change the economy and generations to come. Borrowed feature. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I. Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one turn to get your house sold quickly. Ah, lot of houses when priced incorrectly sit. Ah lot of houses whose real estate agents don't have a marketing plan, sit If you don't want your house to sit but our ready to sell called Chad madam in his team they sell home three times. Percent more than the market average. Let them win you over with the meeting where they can give.

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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Why All Leaders Need an Assistant with Tricia Sciortino

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06:49 min | 1 year ago

Why All Leaders Need an Assistant with Tricia Sciortino

"The lies that my time should be spent getting the work done. Checking off tasks, meeting with clients, pushing projects through work work, grind grind, and takes that to get business off the ground but. At some point, you end up doing a really good job. On the wrong things not bad things. But the wrong things are the things that were the right things when you start it but now they're the wrong things because. Somebody else can do it. And you'll never build and scale a peak referring business if you don't start delegating. From the Ramsey network, this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host Daniel Tardy and delegation is something that my guest today knows a lot about. TRICIA short Tino. She's the CEO of Belay play. Well, they're friends of ours. They've been friends for a long time. Their founders came to an entreleadership within many years ago, and they have built a performing business using the principles that we teach you guys on this podcast every day and their company that specializes in helping businesses understand the value of their time may help leaders learn how to delegate and work with somebody who can do the job sometimes better than that leader themselves. Sounds kind of easy but Tristesse found that there's this thing that leaders do I've done this I. Know You've done this where we say. I don't feel comfortable delegating that yet. and. We ended up holding on things too long that we should be handing to somebody else. So we can work on the business and not just in it. And we hang onto long because we don't actually value our biggest asset and that is. Our time. There are so many people spinning their wheels and maybe investing in the things that don't have high Roi. I mean we we have such a limited resource in our time. So I personally am so maniacal about what I'm going to spend my time on how much time I'm going to spend on that thing and honestly being really clear about the things I'm not gonNA spend my time on and I think a lot. Of people don't necessarily run that filter through their mind they think about what they should be doing but maybe they don't spend enough time thinking about what they should not be doing and the the things you should not be doing could fall into a couple of different categories. It's something that doesn't have real Roi. It's something that isn't gonNA show up in the business at the end of the day it's minutia or its. Back end work and you can't actually see that in the long-term vision and Growth Strategy of your organization I think as the leader of an organization or company the things you should and can be focused on the things only really you can do and as the leader, it's those high level things like casting vision for the organization you know breathing into your team with your core values and your growth strategy and vision those. Are the things that we all know we should spend time on but in order to spend the right amount of time on those things, you actually have to say, no to a lot of other things you could work eighty hours a week, but should you and then are you the best to you when you do show up because are you burnt out and overworked and overwhelmed by all the things you're trying to do? I know one of the things you guys specialize in is delegating to a personal assistant. You guys work with hundreds and hundreds of leaders all over the country and pair them with executive assistant services. Somebody that's going to be their business partner and help pick up a lot of those things that they don't personally have to be doing and I have an incredible executive assistant that I work with here and knowing how amazing this is at this point, and then looking back at all the silly things that I tried to do myself. In my journey. I never should have been doing that to begin with I was so naive to think I'm the best person to do this. I'm just GONNA, take care of it because when my assistant does shelly does it faster she does it better. She's more efficient than I would ever be and she actually enjoys it. You know I interest. So many of these things I was doing just out of duty out of out of like I just have to do this to be responsible whereas shelley's like she's wired for this like she really does thrive in these activities and it's this beautiful partnership where I'm better off, she's better off. The teams better off because we're getting things done together as a partnership. But what do you say to leaders who maybe haven't had that experience they're going I, don't know I i. get the idea of having an assistant and I maybe they were my calendar and book my travel I mean, what do they really do that? I can't just go ahead and take care of myself. Yes I feel the same way about my assistant Melissa she really does help me ten x Mike Capacity truly to me. It is such an important relationship when executive and an executive assistant because they really do free you up to do the things we talked about for you up to do the things that only leader can do now what I love what you said is so true, we see it all the time is that most leaders and entrepreneurs don't thrive in the details. Nor should you be in them? So the beauty of it is that there are literally people wired to thrive on details they were born and excited about details and spreadsheets, and planning traveling calendars, and that is they're happy place. So you really start recognizing that everybody has their own zone of genius and there are people who complimented each other and sit in their different zone of genius. So if my zone of genius may be sales marketing vision and maybe my my weak areas are administration serum. Management. Calendar Planning will then you have that partner that can come alongside you and really fill your gaps you kind of become. That Ying and the Yang where they're able to partner with you and take care of the things that either you're not really good at or you actually don't like doing them. You know. So letting that stuff go and really building into that relationship is so important my assistant Melissa really gives me peace I tell her all the time when she helps me, Kinda, really just accomplish the things that get done in a given day or week that what she does. She gives me a great night's sleep because I know the things are handled and I don't have to be the one to handle them. So I am unburdened. By the fact that she's there from so she really does unburden me. From the details that may sit in what might my day to day looks like?

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Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Leadership with Dr. Chip Dodd

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Leadership with Dr. Chip Dodd

"From the Ramsey network, this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves teams, and their prophets. I'm your host Daniel Tardy, and today we're talking with chip dodd about what it means to be a fully integrated leader chips in expert in leadership development, he's a coach, an author speaker counselor and a therapist, which means he knows the importance of bringing all of what a leader has to offer their head. They're hard their mind and their emotions into the same conversation so that we can maximize impact as leaders. And it all starts with a clear definition of what it actually means to lead. I think that there is a one troupe primary type of leader and that leader true leader is the point of the spear is actually visionary. and. That person is the one who has something within him or her. That's compelling them to go towards this thing that they have not ever realized, but they're moved from within and that thing is like what they think about all the time. and. So they have a call upon their lives, but it's a call that's from the inside out. It's true leader. So that leader is a person who has a vision. And it's ruled by pushed by a man. And a passion is a willingness to be in pain for whatever it is that this person's headed towards. So it's a willingness to be in pain for something that matters more than pain. So. Leader is a person who has this thing going on inside of them that they can't stop thinking about it's almost almost like tilts towards illness in some ways like obsession. And then that leader. is, someone who says I'm going to go do this and then they put out a call That's where you have full harder participants like I'm going to go do this thing anyone interested anyone feel led to it because if you are come on so the leaders actually listening to something greater than himself or herself, and then the participants are called towards the vision the leader has, but they'll follow the leader towards it. So leader is a person who is going to cast a vision they're going to encourage, exhort teach they're going to challenge. They're going to call forth. They're going to exemplify they're gonNA show. and. So they've got to stay really healthy because people are following their hearts while they're following this vision So the vision that the people that join them are doing it through invitation not fruit just fulfilling a role. It's invited to be part of something bigger than myself. Love the true business. You know I'm thinking about how you're defining that a love it I think of my own leadership journey I was trying to get really good at vision and being a leader because I had the title of leader before I really had that passion and I didn't understand what is the thing I have pain about that I'm willing to suffer that I'm willing to you know this is bigger than. Me and I remember struggling lot and kind of feeling like I was faking it until that passion thing showed up because I had the responsibility and I was told be good at visions on reading books about vision and I'm you know cast vision like you're supposed to the five steps to cast vision if it wasn't coming from my heart? Yes, and you're talking about something that's inside you. That's a passion that you said you'd be willing to be in pain. What is it about the being in pain component of that? If we could we could probably if you sit down with any, what we think of as a a woman who's like she says, I've always wanted to be a mother. So. When she becomes the mother. Then, you you get a great picture of what passion looks like. It's a willingness to be paying for something that matters more than pain. Any time of night I'll get up when I hear the cry out if they're in the street, I, step into it I mean I'll step in front of a bullet. A willingness to be paying for something matters more than paint. So the vision of what she is picturing this child having are becoming is directed by that thing inside of herself that's willing to look stupid. Willing to even have people say things negative about her as a willingness to challenge the processes around her I mean, it's it's allows you to stand up and show herself from the inside out rather than being concerned about the external locus of control. In fact, it's like. A person who is walking in passion they got how life works you be who you made to be, which is like a certain thing. We may talk about then out of being your May to be you do what you're made to do. And, then you'll have what you're made to have in like in really good business money is a by product doing what you're made to do or doing something well, and even if it's widgets I, mean making great widgets that ended up plugging into certain instrument. If the person has a craving for excellence, those are going to be great widgets will what a witches do in live well, they fit into this instrument. But doing it well is being doing and having versus doing having. So you become somebody

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Opportunity Through Persistence with Cordia Harrington

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:33 min | 1 year ago

Opportunity Through Persistence with Cordia Harrington

"Hey, guys you know what I love about America and the free, market? Enterprise. What I love about business leadership is what I love about Andre Leadership and that is that we believe that great success can come from humble beginnings. You guys know this. You know in our country, it doesn't matter what your skin color is. It doesn't matter if you're male or female. All. It takes passion drive and a desire to make a difference. You may say why don't have enough money to get started? I don't have enough education I. Don't know the right people guys. I'm telling you those are all just excuses. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders, themselves, their teams and their prophets. I'm your host Daniels Hardy and my guest today is Accordia Harrington she's the founder and CEO of the Bakery Coast today they've got multiple plants and customers around the world including. McDonald's Oh Charlie's pretty big deal. But. It didn't start out that way and like a lot of great success stories that start with really humble beginnings accordions is really not that much different. And all began for her and a small town in Arkansas. I started my first business in Russellville. Arkansas. Do you know where that is i? Know Arkansas. Russell. Okay. Well. Down a beautiful town on a lake about halfway between Little Rock and Fort Smith and my first business was a real estate company concept one realtors and foretelling we use tweet emblem on a real estate vine. Yeah. Little. Did I know? And that began. With the good fortune of having bartered for office space from a doctor that had a big empty building and least my chairs and my desk three dollars a month for the deaths and a dollar fifty a month for the chairs and I was in the real estate business us all five hundred, eighty, seven dollars to buy plywood signs to put in front yards and it grew and it was so much fun. The ladies that I hired. We were the first off you mill business in Arkansas, and the men bankers would literally come by to see what we're doing. And we would stage houses. That's before we knew what staging was and we would try to rearrange the furniture in houses so that they showed the best and it took off so you're showcasing the houses to make them look great. That's very common these days. What was it uncommon? Totally people thought we were so weird to come into their house and stake some pictures down in rearrange the furniture Abed we were trying to give them the best opportunity to get their house sold. You know back then houses there eighteen hundred square foot house two car garage on an acre of land with a lakeview guess how much it was I can't even guess forty thousand, you're really cloak. Thousand. and. So you know and there were lots of properties available and not very many buyers. So it was it was an interesting business in the only reason. I. Got Out of it. I. Loved it. I loved working with the families helping a find a home bettering their life but the people that moved to town the For your family bought the local McDonalds. Daniel. But when I grew up, I didn't know you could own a McDonald's and when I found out, they owned it. I was like all. That is cool. They lived on a Beautiful Lake House they drove a Mercedes than they had every weekend with their family. So for me I thought Gosh this would be so great. They didn't like living in Russellville they wanted to move I love Libyan Russellville K- I can imagine a real estate you weren't necessarily your weekends with wasn't a thing and you're just grinding all the time. So was it was the opportunity for flexibility? What was what like when you kind of had the dream I mean Mercedes is nice but was like drawing you to them exactly. Well, unfortunately, I went through a divorce and my children were one three and five when I did that in having a job that I could be off on the nights and weekends was very motivating. I was driven to spend more time with my kids and yeah I, mean the perks looked nice to but are really wanted quality time with my. Kids an and in as much as I love real estate, it was just impossible. So many business owners I talk to really the family is the reason that they get into owning their own business. You know maybe they work at a corporation at its ninety hours a week than ever see their family, even the money can be nice but I mean, you look up and your kids are. Little and they start growing and you go I'm missing out on their lives. Curious to hear from you how you continue to keep that value as the business grows and scales because there's a little bit of the grass is greener on the other side. If I have my own business, I'll have the flexibility and the autonomy, and it can also be that same dragon that takes you away. From your family if you're not careful yet you're totally right and I haven't the greatest respect for restaurant owners because when I did buy my first McDonald's we were unable to stay in. Russellville that just wasn't the way McDonalds did things and that was offered the chance to buy the EFFINGHAM. Illinois McDonald's where that is I know effingham driven through there once okay. Most people have driven by. Again, a big town of ten thousand people and we had an interstate McDonald's that I purchased. At the time I paid a very high price for it. This was nineteen, eighty, nine paid a million, six, fifty, four it and I had to figure out how to grow sales in order to make that Walker, twenty, seven, thousand, dollar a month payment. And the only way to do it was to drive more sales as you know, that's the way it. But if you'RE GONNA ten thousand, how do you find more people? Yeah. I can imagine I mean the supply and demand kicks in a real way. What was it? An existing store was this new store? It was an existing store in the man was retiring and it was a good store because it was in the middle point if you're driving from St Louis Chicago. Great Place to stop get a bite to eat go to the restroom. Great Location. But again, how do you grow the sales and so? Back and that day an eighty nine we didn't have cell phones, but we did have CB radios. So we began to have some fun get on the radio and go hey, good buddy. If you're driving a bus stop by, we'll give you a free meal if you bring your bus

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And absolutely zero plan to tackle this from Ramsey Network comes borrowed future a new podcast exploring this student loan debt crisis in America, behind all the numbers and frightening stats. Are really people dealing with the consequences of their student loans every day. Really, it stopped me from your house. It's doctors from starting our family in this poverty stricken home. 8% doesn't really seem like a lot, but I guess it's a lot when you're looking at $12,000. And then over the course of years, I just woke up one day and was $39,000. You just don't know what to do. You're paralyzed and you get depressed. I didn't sleep for the first year because I was always worried something happened. Awful. Along with those stories. You're also going to hear from experts who want to see change in the student loan industry from billionaires like Mark Cuban, too, thought leaders like Seth Goten and financial experts like Dave Ramsey. There's a lot of blame to go around here because we built the system and the system evolved because every piece in the system did what it was supposed to do. I'm George Camel and over the next several episodes. Find out how we got here. The impact student loans are having on people like you and offer a solution that could change the economy and generations to come will feature Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one radio. Here. The top three Blake Shelton songs You've summed up Number three. A guy with a girl just wants to know you. Annan over number two all named the dogs you are you think? Now pick a song with crickets. Name number one. God's country makes you devil Buddy didn't stick around. This is God..

Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify

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02:42 min | 1 year ago

Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify

"Hello. Everybody I have an announcement Hello Joe Rogan. What's your announcement starting on September first the entire Jr library will be available on spotify the entire. Library you say 'cause the Joe Rogan experience is now in spotify but forty-six episodes missing including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones far right journalist Milo Yannopoulos an anti Semite Owen Benjamin neither spotify nor Rogan is saying why Rogan's also announced that it becomes an exclusive on the first of December. In his podcast Adam Curry's says he's building something called podcast two point Oh. It's a new podcast that outlines an alternative to the apple podcasts directory. I. Think we've figured out some incentive for develop AC- says he'll also be on the first show from Joe Rogan's new studio in Dallas. spotify down rejecting new podcast served with non secure audio addresses according to e mail seen by pulled news audio served using HDP rather than https also doesn't play in chrome on embedded players. Apple podcast expressed a preference for https back in May two, thousand eighteen but haven't yet insisted on it. The vintage video podcasts spend three hundred and fifty dollars on ads for their show in podcast APP overcast called them one hundred and nineteen new subscriptions they say quote the campaign was worth what we paid for it. That's Nice Hobby, radio has launched hard m. n. a new podcast APP built specifically for Minnesota Nice Idea Patriot has raised nine hundred million dollars in new funding says CEO Jack Conte Patriots. Valuation is one point, two, billion dollars, and the IRA has the full sheduled for the IB podcast upfront event in September and the host comedian Francesca Ramsey. And in Podcast News, Here's how to promote your podcast a stunning story of a plastic surgeon asked by wanted terrorist to make them look unrecognizable full marks to plastic surgeon podcast for that. News from the Ramsey network is the Dr John Baloney show a show that provides real talk about life relationships and mental health challenges. It'll come out three times a week and seventy million is back for season three starting on September the fourteenth each week that people denominated podcast from Antica? Williamson. Co brings localities taking action from the school to prison pipeline. To racialist policing to the spread of covid nineteen in jail.

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Why Does Your Business Exist? with Jimmy Mellado

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Why Does Your Business Exist? with Jimmy Mellado

"In business and leadership everybody's talking about purpose vision mission goals you know all that stuff sounds fancy, right? We know enough to know we need this stuff but what the heck is it especially purpose. This idea of purpose can feel kind of philosophical or mystical. I'm GonNa tell you though it's not guys. It's the reason you exist and if you don't have one you're screwed. From the Ramsey network, this is the entree leadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniel Tardy today. My guest is Jimmy Mulatto. Jimmy's been a part of a successful startup. He's an Olympic athlete and today he's the CEO of Compassion International. He leads a team of over three thousand employees and over thirty five countries. Talk about a guy who understands why you have to have direction a goal passion fire a purpose. And for Jimmy. Figuring out his purpose started at a really young age. There were some real strong themes early early in life than I immediately think back of Nicaragua. says. A little boy was born outside the United States grew up in six different countries. I'm one generation away from poverty. My mom knows what it's like to keep a dirt floor clean daughter migrant farmers on the Mexico US border, Mexican culture but my dad and her married and they were adventurer. So they move forty one times in sixty two years of marriage. And I was in six countries before celebrating my first birthday grew up and seven. So fascinating and I love the my childhood. But in in nineteen seventy, two, I was living in Nicaragua and third grade and I watched the Berlin Olympics and something happened and I said I WANNA be a part of the Olympic movement and that started you know sixteen years of training and working and dedicating myself to getting just developing the skill, the craft, and all these different events was a generalist I wasn't a specialist I just loved all the events and the decathlon fit me. Purpose that you had loved to be a part of the Olympics that drove me for sixteen years until seeing that that vision realized and that's just one area and purpose can emerge in different areas of life. You have an epiphany have calling you have a transformative moment or something traumatic happens, and then all sudden this energy inside of you wells up you wanNA make a difference. You want to make an impact somewhere. That's the birth. Of purpose it could be purpose for life. Yeah. But everybody's looking for purpose, but it could be purpose for. An organization every organizations dying to have real purpose defined it. You know a lot of times purpose. I know in my story a lot a lot of businesses we work with it starts out as as something closer to survival or just pay the bills. You know you're not really thinking about this big impact. You'RE GONNA make on the universe it's almost like, yeah, that's for smart people. I just got to get this thing off the ground. Is it always that way or the big organizations that really make a difference do they know from the beginning like this is why they're gonNA EXIST Well I mean I don't know for certain but from my experience, it's always been that way for me. When you're starting something, it's fragile. It's not defined. It's just got energy and you don't know where that energy is actually going to go my first year leading a startup organization the Willow Creek Association, which is a training leadership training organization that was started in thousand ninety two when I was a part of that as a six employees, we lost a quarter million dollars at first. Year and our very existence was threatened. So our immediate like right here purpose was survive another year survive another day survive another payroll. That's the real visceral reality of startups and and they're all consuming. But that more closer in purpose it really does always have to be in the context of a longer longer-term purpose and I will say this it's not always clear. It's not always clear what that longer term purposes when you're a startup situation, you've got some that created there was the sense. That hey, we want to help churches thrive. So the Willow Creek Association got created but then how does that look? What's the priority? What's the focus? What's the strategy? How are we gonNA do that and how are we going to do that in a sustainable way? So all those questions get answered it takes time to answer them and in the meantime you gotta survive. Yes. It seems like you're saying it's not an exercise you do at a retreat it's more a process that you. Refine. As you're figuring out what you're about and you're experimenting with the marketplace Senate, it's evolving to some degree. Absolutely no doubt about it. Net actual real life experience is speaking into how that purpose will get crystallized and become clear over time and it will if you keep pursuing it,

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How to Coach Your Sales Team with Jeb Blount

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:29 min | 2 years ago

How to Coach Your Sales Team with Jeb Blount

"I don't know what feelings come to mind for you when you hear the word sales. Maybe you've been sold to. AB. Something's been pushed on you. You're like a lot of people, your experience with sales as somebody's manipulating you to do something that you don't really want to do. That's gross. Fear, small business owner. If you lead a business, if you're part of a sales team, the truth is you don't have a business if you don't sell. From the Ramsey network this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host, Daniel Tardy, and today my guest is Jeb Blunt. Jebsen author speaker, but he's not just one of those motivational gurus. The last thing we need is more hype around this topic we need real answers we need real people, give it a solutions for not just how to sell stuff not how to push things on people, but actually how to serve. At entreleadership teach. Doing sells well as it's all about serving people. And that's what JEB beliefs. Lot of organizations are doing this while they're serving their selling growing and some organizations they're not because they're actually spending less time selling, serving and spend a lot more time just talking about it. The problem for a lot of small business people and I was there I, love the corporate environment and started my own business is that you plan to plan to plan to plan to sell. So you spend more time trying to get your business cards set up than you actually do trying to go out and get customers. So entrepreneurs are the first people. And if you are an entrepreneur businessperson, you're always going to be the number one salesperson for your organization. You can't ever forget that. So for small business people acquiring customers and keeping customers is the number. One thing you do. That's how you make an impact organization and is how you scale and if you don't do those things very well, everything else doesn't matter. I want to talk about the art of sales and how that works in a second. But in let's stay with this idea that small business and entrepreneurs you know these guys figure out they figure out how to sell. You know an oftentimes I'm visiting with the founder of a small business who you know they are still selling actively and they're actually kind of getting stuck because they can't go work on the business and build the operations and lead and build a team because like you said, they're still there number one sales person. There's this tension of will bring in revenue. How do I let that? Go while I go build the business well, that goes back to. You can't scale yourself. So if you're going to run a business you have to at some point, elevate yourself to a leader that doesn't mean that you you're not selling anymore because in my business deals in the line myself people bring me in and sometimes I'll be the person that pushes it over. But the goal is to coach them to the point and grow them to the point where they don't need me because my whole goal is leader to make myself obsolete and the people don't need me into deal however, I think that is the inflection point for every small business as when does the business owner in the entrepreneur move from doer right to scaler and Listening to your podcast with Dave that you did a couple of three weeks ago and you know he's talking about not barring money or not taking the sea. So when you're growing slow as he says and I'm a business that grew slow with no debt no, no capital no investors get free. You know the point is that you have to there's pain in that scale, and the hardest thing that you're going to do is higher for a salesperson. You're probably going to fail and then when you have the second salesperson. The third salesperson you're probably GONNA fail until you find the right person. Why is that? Why? Why do you have to feel so many times to get it right if you're a really big company and you're hiring salespeople, you have the capital to go and find talent you've got you've got an HR department that does the recruiting for you. You've got a battery of task to bring them in and you have the ability to hire lots of people and maybe maybe heart ten people in three of them work but you're. Still Ahead. But if you're a small business owner and you're selling and you're doing and you're delivering and you're taking care everything and then you're trying to be good at hiring people in professionals that are good. Hiring sales people fail often. So small business people come to me and you know that we coach and they say, well, you know how do I hire salesperson and I say the same thing it's not easy and you're gonNA fail but you need to do it and you need to understand that you're GONNA have. To go through the process until you find that anchor and once you find that anchor then you take care of that person Thiessen which you know, and then go on the next anchor we wanted to be easy. We want there to be an easy button around there's not an easy by around it. There's not an easy button I not an easy button anywhere there isn't, and so what happens though is in then you end up hiring people can see the next steps you hire people and you do you scale yourself. And then one day you walk into a conference room and I've been there and all your people are sitting in a conference room and they're having a conversation about systems and processes and workflows, and all those things and you look around and there's nobody in the organization selling anything and you have to say stop wait a minute. We can be the best organized system company in the world. But if we don't go sell stuff, this doesn't make a difference because we're not creating casual so you moved from balancing your time. Into business versus working on the business to then helping balance other people's time working to grow the business versus working on the business and the problems continue to grow they just they're just different but the fact doesn't change that businesses job is to get and keep customers. That's it. That's number one you do that you're. GonNa win and that's

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Determining Your One Thing with Gary Keller

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Determining Your One Thing with Gary Keller

"Hey. If you're a small business owner by now, you have figured out that you can't just work in the business you got to work on the business you've got to get above it gotta do strategic planning and team building all the things that cause a business to actually scale to the next level. That's what it takes to achieve your dreams. But how do you do that? It's not that easy. From the Ramsey network this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host Daniel. Tardy, and today we're GonNa talk about how you actually scale a business. How do you get out of that startup stage the treadmill stage you know the bootstrap thing where it's hard and just grinding whatever you WANNA call that stage you've got to break through it to get to the next level. But, it all starts with what we call humble beginnings. All businesses start, but they don't have to stay there and they should stay there had you've got dreams of this thing becoming a big deal and my guest today it's GonNa teach you exactly how that works. Gary Keller is the CO founder, chairman and CEO of keller-williams maybe you've heard of them well, in fact, they're the world's largest real estate firm by agent count he's a titan of his industry he's built a dynasty. But it didn't start that way. And a Gary's, case. He was a real estate agent. With no track, record. So I didn't have any real focus in college and my dad, my sophomore year says, Hey, you probably need to get a major. So he had me that summer spin a day with a lawyer David account a with a banker with a realtor not like the real tournament went back to college and turns out they were just a major mural state. So that's how I came to get my degree allstate was the dad said, just go shadow these people. As exercise I mean most dads don't have their sons do this. So that's that's fascinating to me. He was an educator. So my mother and father were both educated so that that made sense to him. I got to college study real estate came out attributed like a job. So one of the biggest mistakes the independent contractors make is they don't treat it like a job, right they get in there for the freedom and the flexibility and the possibility of untold wealth, and what they do is they take advantage of the freedom and flexibility and they overtake advantage of it, and then they never get the wealth. It's a job it's a job. So I came out of college come to Austin I'd been here once before my. Family I didn't know anybody at the time other than a former school friend and join US Real Estate Company and start selling real estate and all I did was treated like a job that is I got up early and I went to work. So I showed up and by the way there was nobody there and literally would pull my little Volkswagen into the office and there was nobody there and I just got to work and they said look you're gonNA have to generate because we're not going to give you any clients. And of course, I went oh my gosh and they didn't talk about that in college at all. You know they talked about real estate they never said you to generate a client, right? and. So I had to go learn to Lee generate and I read some books and two classes and I went out and I saw five houses my first thirty days in a city that actually never been to write other than once and I did it just by following the books I did what they told me I. Didn't one of the mistakes that we make. I think is that we try to be creative on the front end of doing something instead of the back end and when I mean is is that I had a college professor say Gary Pretty Smart. But if you look around, you realize that people have lived before you. And you might WanNA study them before you go and try to reinvent the wheel and that had a profound impact on me because my went. Okay. So what he's saying is I, should go find out where people who are doing this the best are and just mimic them until I internalize what they're doing. So I, understand it and then I can be creative off of that but. I shouldn't go in and just be creative on the front end because what do I know it would take me years to get smart by doing it and learning from me doing it. I could really speed that up I copy and other people in the beginning. So that's really what got me going. What I came to understand was sales is helping people make good decisions and I didn't. Care in the end I had no real vested interest if the decision was not to buy or if it was to buy because I was looking for clients for life and in the short term, you would think well, I needed everyone to buy because I or or sell with me because I need to make money now but I looked up and I realized pretty quick I wanted to. Have a great career, not just a great year in the way to have a great career was to not overly emphasize the moments income focus on doing right by people they'll do right by you. Right people don't care how much you know until they care right? Did you it these mantras that are not really just mantras they're actually golden rules in philosophies about how to look at things.

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Should I Let My Little Brother Move In With Us?

Ramsey Call of the Day

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Should I Let My Little Brother Move In With Us?

"It's of Tuesday and this is the Ramsey call of the day part of the Ramsey networks. Lincoln Nebraska Dylan is Pie Dylan what's up? So. Excited to talk you. Know. I'm calling because I'm currently in baby step two with my husband. And we originally started at twenty, five thousand and we're down to about sixteen thousand. And my parents are going through a really bad divorce and my sixteen year old little brother would like to move in with me and my husband We're kind of at odds about it because. I want to let him move in but my husband. Wants to stay get intense and he's concerned. It will be too much of an expense if we let him move in. Are. You do you live near where he lives now? No they live about forty, five minutes away from Moscow I guess not too bad but he would stay in his same school community as a car. no she would transfer to school here in mine town. About forty five minutes from here. And what is the financial condition of your parents? Very poor they've filed bankruptcy and they are still even after the bankruptcy twenty, five, thousand and. What's your household income? Sixty five, thousand. What costs are associated with bringing him in food. food he would be would have to help him get a car because he doesn't have one and with daycare with my son Conflict with school scheduling. Bus Doesn't run front of Your House. You sorry. There's a bus not run for the school in front of Your House. No. But he he could. He could walk for a while it would just be hard one turn you really cold. How Far Away is it? About, a mile here That's not bad as nice little hike. uphill both ways and snow right You could tell his grandkids about it some day. It sounds like things are pretty miserable for him I want to help him. Me Too. So how is he miserable enough to? Take on some other forms of misery in order to get out of there like for instance, when he moves in with you, he starts he starts a job immediately and I saves up right quick and gets him a thousand dollar car. And he pays for it. He would be willing to work I I'm just concerned it would affect his grades. I'm concerned that he's living in a cesspool and he needs to get out. I'm not, concerned. About his range. He needs to work. If I'm your husband and you came to me and said, look, he'll take a job and he'll work this many hours and make much money He'll pay US fifty bucks a month for food and he'll save up to everything else and beyond a budget the way we teach him in order to save up and pay cash for his furlough thousand dollar car that we're going to help him get. We could be saving his life please let's do this for my brother. I think that's a regional thing. But if your little brother wants to move in there and sit on the couch and eat Doritos, all afternoon and suck. And play video games and sit on his butt. And then gripe because he ain't got a car that you gave him that he's entitled to because he breathes air this is different animal you following me. So I'm just I if he is as desperate to get out of that mess as it sounds like he is then he's desperate enough to do some crap. When he hits the road overture housing, it's get his life straightened out. I'm sorry for him. It's a tough road. He's at such situation. He's in his parents are both completely unplugged. Basically emotionally have abandoned him financially of abandoned him and he's sixteen years old. Let's talk. I'm. heartbreaking. But. If I'm your husband, your husband, he doesn't WanNa take a project on. He wants to bring in bring in someone that he can be a blessing to. If I'm your husband that's what I would be sitting on and so I think you can lay out some guidelines and then talk to your little brother and say these are our conditions if you will meet those, you're welcome. And of course, when you live under my roof, you live by my rules to. Come home drunk at sixteen years old. You're not doing dope it sixteen years old you're not doing you know out I just fill in the blank right? On Sunday. We're going to church or this is what we do at our house. Okay. If you live in my house, you do what we do at my house. You don't WanNa live there. It's okay. You don't like that that's live somewhere else. But when you're under my roof, this is high works. That's kind of old school. Should we did have a basic savings account for the car? Yeah. Just help him. I don't care if he puts it in a fruit jar. Just won't even I just wanted to sixty hours a week and go get him thousand dollars. Right? Quick. Okay sounds good. Just Bust I. Mean I just want him bust his butt man I want he's got a lot of emotion. He can burn off a bunch of it working. Yeah I agree I think that he's definitely willing to do what it takes anything more I just had reservations about forcing him to work so much I don't I don't have any reservations about it at all the best thing ever happened to him. He he won't die from it when you're working really really hard right before you pass out, she went to worry about work killing you won't kill you. So it's okay. You're going to be. All right. That's going to be the best thing ever happened to him. You're giving him safe emotional environment to live in someone that loves him and actually cares about his well being you're a good person. You're good sister. Well done. Just put some guidelines on it. So your husband feels like he's participating in. Process it's helpful and not enabling a bunch of crap.

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The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

"Have, you ever gotten those spots where you start treating your business, your leadership, your team, maybe even your family and quite frankly your entire life like a game of mole, like you hit this one thing and you think you're good, and then another thing pops up and then another thing boss up. Then you have to hit two things at once and then you need five hands because you have to five things at once they keep coming up and you're going frantic and you're going crazy and you just can't get to all of it. Have you ever been there? Whenever you engage in that version of life. That's a lot like whack a mole. You start to realize that you're focusing only on symptoms and you never actually get to the source from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host. Alex Jed. Today, we get to talk with Dan Heath WHO's an author and researcher who has spent over a decade working on this exact. Exact topic, not just how you as a leader solve problems, but how do you prevent them from ever occurring? How do you not just attack the symptom, but get down to the source to the root cause. Now, he calls this upstream thinking and it's the title of his new book upstream and this whole idea that can transform your priorities, your leadership, and your team would all originated with a parable about you having a picnic by the river? So you and a friend are having a picnic beside a river. You've laid out your picnic blanket. You're just preparing to sit down and eat when you hear a shout behind you from the direction of the river and you look back and there's a child and the river. Kinda thrashing around apparently drowning and. Instinctively jump in both of you and you fish the child out you bring them to shore and Just. When you're adrenaline starting to recede a little bit, you hear a second. Shout, you look back and it's another child also apparently drowning. So you go. You rescue them, bring them to shore, and no sooner. Have you done now that you hear to shouts now it's two kids in the river, and so you're in, you're out, you're rescuing kids and you're starting to get exhausted. And about that time your friend swims to shore and starts walking away as though to leave you alone and you say, Hey, where you going I can't do this by myself. All these kids they need rescuing, and your friend says I'm going upstream to tackle the guy who's thrown all these kids in the river, and that in a nutshell is what this book is about. It's about this phenomenon. What's so often life whether it's our personal life or a businesses we get trapped in the cycle of reaction, we're putting out fires responding to emergencies. We're always. Always downstream dealing with problems after they happen, but we rarely make the space. We rarely devote the time and attention that we would need to go upstream and forestalled head off these problems before they ever happen, and that's what I'm chasing with this. I'd love to know what was the genesis of this thought being a book for you. Where did that come from? As something that you said man I want to spend a ton of time studying researching and writing about that. The first time I started a file called upstream was in two thousand nine. And two things that happened was I heard that parable for the first time. Then it was the first time. This notion of upstream thinking was planted in my head, and the other is around the time. I heard that parable I had this conversation with the assistant deputy chief of police in Canadian city, and he told me this story of this thought experiment really stuck with me ever since and he said, imagine you've got to police officers and one of them goes down in the morning during the morning rush. And she positions herself in this intersection. That's kind of notorious. It's chaotic. Accidents there, and just by being a visible presence in that intersection, she calms people down. She gets them to be more cautious and she prevents accidents from happening. So that's officer one. and. Then officer to go to a different part of downtown where there is prohibited right turn signal, and she hides around the corner and when people cheat and and make that prohibited right turn. She jumps out and slaps them with the ticket. And this deputy chief said, which of these two officers do you think did more for the public good and for public safety and he said? Indisputably was the first right. She probably prevented some accidents maybe even prevented someone from being killed. But if you ask who is going to be praised who's going to be rewarded, who's going to be promoted, it's officer to because she comes back with a stack of tickets that show what she's accomplished, and meanwhile, if you think about officer one, how does she prove? She did anything. You know how do you prove that something did not happen. And we might say, well, you can look at data and that's certainly true I mean. We could keep a log of how many accidents happen at this intersection before and after the officer was stationed there, and if there's a downtick claimed credit for that. But notice even in that scenario where we have the data backing up our work, we still don't know. Know who exactly was helped? There was some guy headed downtown to go to his job that morning and he noticed the presence of the officer. He slowed down a little bit. He was fine in an alternate reality where she wasn't there. He would have been in a crash in died that morning. He'll never know that that's right. Officer will never know who? Who she helped. So there's this kind of maddening ambiguity about upstream work that even though it's essential, even though it can stop problems before they happen. It also brings a lot of ambiguity and complexity, and in that idea coupled with that parable Kinda. Got Me hooked and I've been fascinated by ever since

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Rediscovering the Joy of Work with Bruce Daisley

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:09 min | 2 years ago

Rediscovering the Joy of Work with Bruce Daisley

"Work. Is this really fascinating thing because it's something that almost all Americans do every single weekday. We spend a lot of time at work. And for some people, it's incredibly healthy, rich, life-giving robust, but then there's a whole other group of people sometimes in the same industry, sometimes in the same job that view work, unhealthy, stressful, draining demeaning and frustrating from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and their prophets. I'm your host Alex, Judd and today we get to. To talk with Bruce Days Lee Bruce Bruce's someone that has spent a large part of his career, really trying to understand and examine what it takes to create a life giving rich robust work environment. This is something that he really started to learn. Whenever he served as the European vice president for twitter, but then dove even deeper into as he wrote the book and hosted the podcast called. Eat Sleep, work repeat, but all of this focus on creating and perpetuating effective work environments all started with one very simple curiosity. Yes first and foremost started off probably in a job. The other always dreamed of you know of I. Was honored to have setup the London twitter office from a handful of people, and it was, so it was combination of intense startup, mentality and then working. Tech, firm that I thought that was the holy Grail, and I think from my perspective. I found myself developing a curiosity. The I want to understand why sometimes we have a magic in our work teams, and why sometimes that Magic's option? It's a like if you went to a party every day. If all of us live, maybe Beverly Hills lifestyle, but if we were all going to a party everyday pretty quickly, you'd start thinking okay. This good par is in bad policies, these good energy and bad energy, and I guess to some extent. I wanted to understand that energy that sometimes we find ourselves enveloped in incredible positive effervescent energy I wanted to know how could bring some of that to my own workplace so I mean I'll be candid with you. You. I started from a a bad place. The party had died the Party paper guests relieving the Party and you know we had one year where around forty percent of the London team left, and it's incredible failing when that Matt people leave team because you know every Thursday is a leaving drinks, and you just constantly feel like you waiting for the next. person's telling you they're going. And at that stage. I just felt like okay. I need to take. Remedial action I need to do something to bring life back to the organization, and so I think from my perspective I set about trying to do the challenge I found. Is there a lot of the books you buy? These things will talk in big lofty terms. They'll say oh. You need to bring purpose back and I found myself on a Wednesday morning sitting at my desk, thinking okay, if I wanNA bring up back what other specific actions I need to take now I almost wanted. The manner of a cookbook wanted something it was. Rather than telling me what to do. I wanted to know how to do so I think all of my stuff really has been lay. Persons take to try to understand what psychology neuroscience own manner of other social science. He's telling us about. How make work better? And that's what I love about your perspective in what I've seen from talks. Also in your book is you came at this content from a matter of it sounds like necessity like you were a consumer of this content. It sounds like because you were putting into action. Is that right very much? So you know I wanted to stop making changes. I'll give you a spectator a lot of us. Probably you know if we'd look to the word of the year in two thousand and nineteen, there were so many articles about burnout, US J., and a was really interesting. You probably don't get that volume of writing and commentary on on something. Everything from you know Wall Street Journal. Today like. Also women's mags. Everywhere fitness magazines. It was everywhere and so I was really interested. Right? Okay, one of the reasons. Why so many of my team acquitting? It seems to be that burn is contributing. I wanted to know right specifically. If that's the one thing, I'm going to tackle, what could I do? And sometimes there's just not an easy answer to those things. And I found the because I was the audience that I was thinking about I wanted to try to solve for some of these some of these things that may be get written about as trends, but unwritten about. As a way to try and solve them as about thinking okay, so if I was running a team of. Two. Hundred people one of the things that I could do that would make worked better for my team and I think specifically my view us, what are the ways that we can make our workplaces more productive? Happy? Yes, but productive specifically largely because I think to some extent happiness follows when the workplace he's productive. You know you don't necessarily need to be fizzing with euphoria. I'm not seeking to make happiness in that sense that you know we gifting people, cupcakes and smoothies to. Put them into a delirious stay of over stimulated ajoy, but rather more wanting to make sure that they felt like jobs will rewarding that jobs were satisfying were getting things done, and there's no shortage of evidence for those things after when you delve into the research of this failed some of the things that come out remarkably obvious

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6 Drivers of Business with Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

6 Drivers of Business with Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan

"Over the past few years, coaching, small business owners were in the country. One of the things that I've learned. Is that y'all do not lack intensity folks. Passion is kind of the price of admission. If you WANNA, start a lead and own your own business so I don't doubt your passion, but what I've seen is that the difference maker between business owners that fail and those that succeed is that the ones who succeed the ones who win at the highest level are the ones who have a plan for consistently executing on the things that matter most over an extended period of time, and that begs the question what matters most from the Ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast. podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams in their profits. I'm your host Alex Jones and today we get to sit down with two of our senior leaders. Here at Entree Leadership Daniel Tardy, and Sarah slowing and I am so excited because they're going to walk you. The small business owner through the things that we have identified here at Entree leadership matter most for your organization, we call them the six drivers of business success, and if you're going to grow as a leader as a team and as a business, you're going to have to focus on all six of them now six drivers, it sounds super simple, but just like most things it is far from easy. Alex remember the first time that I started learning about business. I started hearing from my dad and my granddad. These different phrases that were busy phrases. You know things like a pnl an income statement. Sales and marketing revenue, and you know. I think businesses such a fascinating world, but it's also really complicated because there's all these words these. These different ways of doing business, and then you get to hear most businesses fail. Crap how they feel. And how do you make sure you don't fail? And you start learning about it and you kind of get excited to explore this this world, but then you also realize it's Pandora's box and adjust keeps going, and there's so much infinity when it comes to what it takes to win in business, and that was the backdrop of what. What I stepped into a leadership role in business for the first time, essentially going there so much here, it's so confusing it so overwhelming I'm going to do my best I got a few things figured out, but I still feel like there's something about blind spot. That's going to take me out and I. Don't really know what to focus on and so. The key with all of this is, we have figured out the business actually. Isn't that complicated? We just make it complicated and we spend a lot of time with Dave with our leadership team, and looking at our journey, and looking at thousands of customers that we've worked with and we've said. What's true with all these businesses? That's making them work. And we figured out as it's really about six simple things that if you'll focus on these six things, you're GonNa win, and you actually don't have to worry about anything else. And so we took this very complicated. Overwhelming space that for people like me tend to feel intimidated with how much complexity there is and go. Let's just put the cookies on the bottom shelf and go. What are we really talking about here? And I know the last time we had a conversation here. We talked about those different stages that we've really realized every small business including our own goes through from the treadmill all the way to the peak performer, and ultimately the legacy builder, and it seems like Sarah that there's kind of like this option of like you can either wander through those stages on your own, or you can follow a guided path, and it seems like the. The Path is the better option for the business owner. I mean it's my preferred option. Just because I feel like if I can get to where I'm wanting to go faster, because someone else has forged the way and can say hey, here are the key milestones. There's a reason why I don't usually take all the back roads when I'm trying to get somewhere. Fast I like all the back roads when I've got the luxury of kind. Kind of you know if I'm just trying to see the sights, but if I'm if my purpose is getting somewhere, then I want to get there. You know as efficiently as possible. So yeah I'd love having kind of a roadmap and signs that I'm on the right path for those things and I would even argue you don't really wonder from the treadmill to the Pathfinder to the trailblazer most people if they don't focus on the six. Six areas. They never actually get off the treadmill. You know so. It's not just a matter of. Do you want to get there faster slow, or do you want to take the long way or the short way? Unfortunately, if you stay on the treadmill and you don't focus on these areas, one of them will become your blind spot or your Achilles heel and cause you to stay on the treadmill so long that eventually you collapsed satistics. Happens with small businesses who stay on the treadmill and it's not even necessarily that the business fails. It's you are then you're lifestyles threaten. Most of these folks start their business for freedom. You know they don't want to answer to other people. They want to go to their kids. Soccer Games they WANNA make money to be able to afford to vacations and if they stay on. On that treadmill. They never actually get to do those things and it's crazy. Sometimes, it's like unfortunately will coincide with business. Owners will meet them when they are sick and tired of being sick and tired, and it's like I'm just so fed up with being trapped by the thing that I built and it sounds like what this path is about. Yes, totally yeah, I mean I. I feel sad when I hear that because I know so many business owners. They believe that there's a better way that's why they started, but use the word feeling trapped by the thing they started. You know and it's very normal for small business owner to end up in that spot where they feel trapped. They feel desperate. They feel hopeless and so our goal with creating this framework and observing and researching. What does it really take to win and business is to take that business owner who's feeling trapped and starting to wonder if they have what it takes and give them a clear guided plan that says if you'll just focus on these things you're gonNA. GonNa win because what happens. Is that business owners starts thinking. They're the problem and they don't have what it takes. They're not cut out for it in the truth is like they probably are a lot better than they feel like they are. They just need a clear plan so that if they follow the plan, they combine that with their driving their ingenuity, and then they're off to the races and

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How to Be a Vision-Driven Leader with Michael Hyatt

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

How to Be a Vision-Driven Leader with Michael Hyatt

"I was in the coaching conversation with the business owner, the other day and we were walking through some of the powerful questions that every business leader should be answering questions one was. Why do you exist as a business? And they had the answer that question question to? What you stand for as a business, and they were able to answer that question as well and then the third question I asked him was wear. Is Your Business going and I'll never forget? They looked at me and they said I don't know. From the Ramsey network is the entree viewership podcast where we help business leaders themselves, their teams, and their profits I'm your host Alex Judd and the answer to that question of where are we going is found in your organization's vision and today we talked to someone who's both a practitioner and teacher on this topic of clarifying and executing on a crystal clear vision today. We're talking with Michael Hyatt and Michael. Hyatt has had a lot of success in the arena of vision and growth with the company that is currently running. It's a lesson that he actually learned from a failure when he tried to start his first publishing house at thirty one years old. We started back in nineteen, eighty six, and we had the good fortune of publishing oral hershiser's biography. Now he was the themed Pitcher of the dodgers, and they had just won the world series. He was a household name. Everybody'd heard of him. The book rocketed to the top of the New York Times bestseller list and it was there for seven months. And so it brought in a ton of cash a lot of notoriety and thinks that happens. Is you become successful as you start attracting a lot of opportunities, but if you're not careful, opportunities or distraction, show up on your doorstep, and you can't tell the difference between opportunities and distractions so distractions masquerades opportunities, so it happened us, so we decided you know we were bulletproof. In everything we touched turned to gold, so we thought we'll publish. Reference Books will publish. Gift books will publish children's books. We've been published a large Bible project. The problem was it fractured our focus it. Our resources and that business went bust. And, the reason it happened was because we didn't have a vision that we're starting with. It would be akin to deciding. You're going to add an addition onto your house. And as long as the Home Depot truck shows up and keeps unloading lumber and sheet rock, and you just keep building adding on, and that's exactly what we did. There was no blueprint. There was no plan and we failed for lack of vision, which is exactly interestingly what the book of proverbs says that without vision the people perish. That is so fascinating and I think it's one of those things that. That in leadership, courses and classes and books. We read about it all the time. You have to have a vision. If you're going to be leader, but so often, it seems like they dismissed. Thing that no one knows what it actually is, so can you? Can you set the record straight right now? When you say you need to have a vision as a leader? What are you actually talking about? Not. Talking about is a vision statement. You know we've been told that we need to have this short. Brief almo, slogan or motto that we could put on a coffee Mug or that. We had put on a bumper sticker. Can't. That's not robust enough so when I talk about vision. I'm talking about a vision script, and specifically I mean at this way. It's a written document. That's three to five pages in length. Okay, so it's going to be more robust and pithy thing but something. That's really thoughtful. The describes a future state. It outlines a clear, inspiring, practical and attractive picture of your organization's, future. Here's it's fun. It describes reality as you see it. Three to five years from now. And it's written in the present tense as though it's already happened. Now when you begin to do that, will you begin to visualize something like that? Right in the present tense? That's the first process of creating anything. And I basically learned this process the big idea from Stephen, Covey who said begin with the end in mind. And so to start a business or even a department, that's a part of a large organization without a vision. Is kind of a fool's errand. Leadership leadership presupposes that you know where you're going. You're going somewhere. You know where you're going. But if you don't know where you're going, right, how can you lead anybody there? Yeah. It's gotTa start. With vision. You jumped into this four terms already clear, inspiring, practical and attractive. I want us to jump into kind of the tactical of what those words look like. You're just a bit, but I love the fact that you say that this is robust, so it's not a pithy statement is catching that vision. Is that something that comes from? Is it a skill that can be developed, is it? A wiring is a gifting as A. A personality trait because sometimes we call people visionary, and it just makes it seem like okay well. They're visionary, which means if I'm not a visionary than I can't do right. That's a lot of people. Give up before they start because they think of somebody like Steve Jobs. That's right, you know. He could stand up and not only hold the stage, but I mean he. Had you totally into that reality distortion zone. Actually vision you know. His wife famously said at his memorial service that Steve Not only saw reality clearly, but he saw what reality lacked. And why it was imperative to bridge that gap between what he saw, and what could be so every other cell manufacturer saw that the market was saturated that every cell phone that could possibly be invented had been invented besieged, said Nope I got a different idea, and it was the iphone. As we know it today,

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Get an eight it's an eight episode podcast at Ramsey networks easy to download from any podcast anywhere you get podcasts out there whether it's apple or Google play or whatever it is you're using Spotify wherever it's at it's a all of them you can get it all and you'll hear a lot of comments from Anthony Tyler is whether scholars in Michigan I Cuyler welcome the Dave Ramsey show thank you for having me on the number you entered into good how can we help well so I recently started your baby steps I had to actually restart baby step one I had that done it was done to I only had about twenty five hundred mask are great baby step two but had to tap into my savings to it's electric car repairs down so I'm working on now but my question for you today is I have a year left on my sleeve and next year I should hopefully have this all goes to plan about ten to fifteen thousand saved up for a car and I'm wondering what you recommend if I should use that call to purchase a used vehicle in cash or step down in vehicle until around five thousand use the additional money that I have put that in as well into an emergency fund how old are you calling nine twenty seven twenty seven how much debt are you in right now about twenty five hundred twenty five just credit cards no student loans no student loans and you're talking about putting fifteen thousand I was into a car ten thousand me ten thousand dollars into a car in coming back and paying paying off the debt that I hear that correctly well I would be paying the debt off before I purchased the vehicle after I finished it is a matter how much you want me to put ten thousand the car and then start your emergency fund or do you take five thousand on the car and five thousand on the emergency from I'm doing five thousand on the car five thousand emergency fund I mean you're young you're you're a smart kid so right now I'm going to say do five thousand dollars not been honestly it's not rebut them out despite a reliable car you can actually possibly find a reliable car for twenty five hundred dollars a caller so do the research may get out there and see what you find in the confines of the twenty five hundred you should be able to get at least two months in your babes at number three with seventy five hundred dollars at your age right now yeah so the principal color that we're using to answer the question is that a five thousand dollar car is a necessity or three thousand or something whatever and there you know a basic car is a necessity the difference from a five thousand our car a ten thousand dollar car is a luxury yes and we don't do luxuries until you have the emergency fund in place and so because you would be at baby step three doing your emergency fund buying a nicer car is not an emergency from five to ten jumping up from South America ten thousand cards not in some emergency show Anthony's exactly right that's why we would say let's go and do the five K. car and put five K. in your emergency fund and then let's get that emerge from built up if you want to step back up in Carl further later than you would save up and do that you know add to it later in a year a year and a half something like that you're gonna be in a position to do that Layla is whether Selena is in Arizona hello welcome but I ran he shot I am so excited to be speaking with you you too what's up well you're not you're guiding I work at.

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is a part of the Ramsey network and I'm sitting in this hour for Dave Ramsey is we have a career theme to our seventy percent of Americans are unhappy at work to the point that they hate their job Monday mornings represent misery misery why well there are several factors the two biggest number one they have no connection to the work there's no passion the probably good job but the job itself does it given the juice as I like to say on my show and the other reason is there in a toxic environment you got a toxic leader toxic co workers and you can be square in the middle of work that you are good at and love I call it the sweet spot but because of a toxic work situation you want to come into work and so that's what we do we focus on helping you discover what you were created to do and they come up with a plan to get there that's the mission of the can Coleman show part of the Ramsey network and so that's what we do this our triple eight eight two five five two two five triple eight eight two five five two two five let's go to Texas where Blake is on the line Blake how can I help Hey thanks for taking my call sure what's going on let's see I am currently in condom working toward my degree I'm not I'm in addition that my passion that's all I do I am currently a little bit concerned about like because over the past year of certain realize I'm leaving my passion not finding it anytime they don't do it because he my fiance you know we're getting married soon learn more debt than we should be and I'm taking off from college in order to work at your job to help get her to college number of concern that I'm going to continue going to pass I'm going I'm gonna lose all of my passion for and I'm not gonna be able to do what I love I'm trying to figure out a way to continue to be in that in that environment while still taking care of my family yeah well I appreciate the call and I appreciate your concern but I can tell you it's misguided you will not lose your passion for music you just won't you love it so let's identify what the dream is if we could fast forward into the future and you said can this is the dream what is it I want to be I I would like to be a once we don't need to keep your life in danger for another round of tax on playing for the saxophone player to be able to help them to get into the they wanted I've noticed when I'm going to school there's a whole lot that I was missing I want to be able to provide that for other people great and also be able to you know be a part of my own bank are be me more still active in the media got it so you're teaching and you're also playing some gigs in and pretty regular that would be the dream right okay great now here's the good news Blake that's all possible but it's not possible right now because it's not possible right now your goal at all I'm gonna lose it no you're not so how do you keep that flame alive in the answer that is you still do a little bit of of the musician game I don't care what that looks like a male be once a month maybe you're only doing a lesson here and there but right now you've decided and by the way I would tell you you're a noble man you're very good man you're working a lot of extra hours to help put the fiance through college and you got a lot of debt to pay off and and you know how to pay it off Dave Ramsey's baby steps work you know all that so you continue to work that plan but understand that this is a season this is the season where you are preparing yourself for the long haul it's so you you you've got real commitments here that you've made and so when she gets the school and she starts making money yes or no yes of course and so now hopefully you two were together on the plan to let's pay off the debt we're gonna go after it and we're gonna be very intense about it and all the while I know you work a lot hours but there's at least some point during the week for you could play it in some type of a band or you could teach some type of a lesson in my right yes of course of course right so it's not to the level that you want to be involved with music but you're not saying goodbye to music you're not saying my music is dead I can't do it anymore therefore the passions that that's not what we're saying what we're saying is I want to be teaching music full time I want to be playing a lot in a band and and I'm going to be able to do that and when I'm able to do it I'm gonna be able to do it more peace and more passion than I've ever had because I'm not overwhelmed with debt in for jobs so hang in there and let me just say this four Blake a lot of people out there who you know what you want to do but it's gonna be awhile because that that hurts it stinks it can put you in a really bad place in your head and heart so here's what you need to focus on it is always worth the struggle it's always worth it because the struggle is something you're gonna have to face anyway so let's take Blake situation he's gonna have to pay the debt off anyway he's already committed to help his fiance get to school he's gonna have to do that anyway that's all tough stuff but when that's done the dream is gonna be sitting there waiting for him and how sweet do you think the dream is gonna be for Blake at that point how sweet do you think the dream is going to be for you for some of the really candid with you it took me ten years to get that dream job ten years ten years to get the national shows part of Dave's network ten years tell me tell you something I appreciate it a whole lot more than somebody who got it after two years why because of the struggle because of the suffering to get there and when you get it it means a whole lot more to you so rest in that rest in that triple eight eight two five five two two five is the number this is the career our of the Dave Ramsey show I'm can Coleman of the can call in show the Randy network sitting in for day let's go to Julie who's on the line in Ohio Julie how can I help Hey there hello I have been a realtor for eight years and sales person for thirty five years and I sell like a teacher using these words I really have about two hundred transaction done on my belt and nine of them were pieces of land anti it turned around and sold the town homes or residential homes on top of that which is about sixty five homes on the ninety civilians one story short I've done this for other builders impacted due to my cell I am very apprehensive to to take the next step what are you most afraid of the money you know when you when you do a project like this it's not just your money I mean I don't have that kind of money I have the expertise but not not the money and therefore I don't have the expertise of course of pull someone enter your higher that part out how much money let's let's break this down let's break this fear down with real facts how much money would you need to get started in this enterprise well II in first target your primary piece of land it just hypothetically if I found the right piece of land you know maybe I think seven I thank fourteen all units but I'm thinking maybe start with well I'd like to start how much work it I got it how much money how much money so if you would seven unit for times four hundred dollars twenty thousand it's a two point eight million yeah okay so there's your target and maybe your maybe even then you shoot into high maybe you just do a couple a lot to maybe try to sell to a family or something like that but either way let's take your example so you're scared in the only thing you really scared of is the money going to drive that you should be don't go into debt so how may I help you good so how much so how long will it take you to save up two point eight million in this hypothetical well I'd have to have investors for sure okay and that's not unusual for development right but my point is I'm trying to help you break down what you're really afraid of you you're telling me there's a lost under the bed and I don't think there's a monster the bed it's all about do you have a solid plan to come up with a two point eight million dollars and if you have a solid plan you've already done this for other people so the only thing missing in your story I'm doing it your way or on your own is the money when you come up with the money you've already done this you sold way you've developed you've been a part of that you know how to do this you can do this.

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The Ramsey network and I'm sitting in this hour for Dave Ramsey is we have a career theme to our seventy percent of Americans are unhappy at work to the point that they hate their job Monday mornings represent misery misery why well there are several factors the two biggest number one they have no connection to the workers no passion the probably good at the job but the job itself does it given the juice as I like to say on my show and the other reason is there in a toxic environment you got a toxic leader toxic co workers and you can be square in the middle of work that you are good at and love I call it the sweet spot but because of a toxic work situation you want to come into work and so that's what we do we focus on helping you discover what you were created to do and they come up with a plan to get there that's the mission of the can Coleman show part of the Ramsey network and so that's what we do this our triple eight eight two five five two two five triple eight eight two five five two two five let's go to Texas where Blake is on the line Blake how can I help Hey thanks for taking my call sure what's going on one three I am currently in college and working toward my degree I'm not I'm in the nation that my passion that's all I do I am currently a little bit concerned about like because over the past year of certain realize I'm losing my passion not finding it anytime they don't do it because he my fiance you know we're getting married soon learn more debt than we should be and I'm taking off from college in order to work at your job to help get her to college number of concern that I'm going to continue going to pass I'm going I'm gonna lose all of my passion for and I'm not gonna be able to do what I love I'm trying to figure out a way to continue to be in that in that environment while still taking care of my family yeah well I appreciate the call and I appreciate your concern but I can tell you it's misguided you will not lose your passion for music you just won't you love it so let's identify what the dream is if we could fast forward into the future and you said can this is the dream what is it I want to be I I would like to be a one of them need to keep your leg and danger for other on attacks on planes understand some players will be able to help them to get into the Disney wanted I've noticed when I'm going to school there's a whole lot that I was missing I want to be able to provide that for other people great and also be able to you know be a part of my own band are we need more still active in the media got it so you're teaching and you're also playing some gigs in and pretty regular that would be the dream right okay great now here's the good news plate that's all possible but it's not possible right now it because it's not possible right now your goal at all I'm gonna lose it no you're not so how do you keep that flame alive in the answer that is you still do a little bit of of the musician game I don't care what that looks like it may only be once a month maybe you're only doing a lesson here and there but right now you've decided and by the way I would tell you you're a noble man you're very good man you're working a lot of extra hours to help put the fiance through college and you got a lot of debt to pay off and and you know how to pay it off Dave Ramsey's baby steps work you know all that so you continue to work that plan but understand that this is a season this is the season where you are preparing yourself for the long haul it's so you you you've got real commitments here that you've made and so when she gets the school and she starts making money yes or no yes of course and so now hopefully you two were together on the plan so let's pay off the debt we're gonna go after it and we're gonna be very intense about it and all the while I know you work a lot hours but there's at least some point during the week for you could play it in some type of a band or you could teach some type of a lesson in my right yeah of course of course right so it's not to the level that you want to be involved with music but you're not saying goodbye to music you're not saying my music is dead I can't do it anymore therefore the passions that that's not what we're saying what we're saying is I want to be teaching music full time I want to be playing a lot in a band and and I'm going to be able to do that and when I'm able to do it I'm gonna be able to do it more peace and more passion than I've ever had because I'm not overwhelmed with debt in for jobs so hang in there and let me just say this for Blake in a lot of people out there who you know what you want to do but it's gonna be awhile because that that hurts it stinks it can put you in a really bad place in your head and heart so here's what you need to focus on it is always worth the struggle it's always worth it because the struggle is something you're gonna have to face anyway so let's take Blake situation he's gonna have to pay the debt off anyway he's already committed to help his fiance get to school he's gonna have to do that anyway that's all tough stuff but when that's done the dream is gonna be sitting there waiting for him and how sweet do you think the dream is gonna be for Blake at that point how sweet do you think the dream is going to be for you for some of the really candid with you it took me ten years to get that dream job ten years ten years to get the national shows part of Dave's network ten years tell me tell you something I appreciate it a whole lot more than somebody who got it after two years why because of the struggle because of the suffering to get there Hey when you get it it means a whole lot more to you so rest in that rest in that triple eight eight two five five two two five is the number this is a career our of the Dave Ramsey show I'm can Coleman of the can call in show the Randy network sitting in for day let's go to Julie who's on the line in Ohio Julie how can I help Hey there hello I have been a realtor for eight years have been sales person for thirty five years and I sell like a teacher using these words I really have about two hundred transaction done on my belt and nine of them were pieces of land and I turned around and sold the town homes or residential homes on top of that which is about sixty five homes on the ninety civilians she was so short I've done this for other builders impacted due to my cell I am very apprehensive to to take the next step what are you most afraid of the money you know when you when you do a project like this it's not just your money I mean I don't have that kind of money I have the expertise but not not the money and therefore I don't have the expertise of course of pull someone enter your higher that part out how much money let's let's break this down let's break this fear down what the real facts how much money would you need to get started in this enterprise well II in first target your primary piece of land it just hypothetically if I found the right piece of land you know maybe I think seven I thank fourteen all units but I'm thinking maybe start with well I'd like to tell how much work it I got it how much money how much money so if you would seven unit for times four hundred dollars twenty thousand it's a two point eight million yeah okay so there's your target and maybe your maybe even then you shoot into high maybe just do couple allots maybe try to sell to a family or something like that but either way let's take your example so you're scared in the only thing you really scared of is the money going to direct you should be don't go into debt so how may I help you good so how much so how long will it take you to save up two point eight million in this hypothetical well I'd have to have investors for sure okay and that's not unusual for development right but my point is I'm trying to help you break down what you're really afraid of you you're telling me there's a lost under the bed and I don't think there's a monster the bed it's all about do you have a solid plan to come up with a two point eight million dollars and if you have a solid plan you've already done this for other people so the only thing missing in your story I'm doing it your way or on your own is the money when you come up with the money you've already done this you've sold way.

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Only way another one says everyone needs to hear this podcast college is important but not worth financial suicide another one says this is the first honest approach to the student loan crisis that your here not just a commentary or criticism but real world solutions to the number one finance challenge in America there we go nice nice reviews thank you for your review post a review subscribe download check it out borrowed future and it's on it's I'm really proud of our team the in the first Ramsey network production that is not just one of us Ramsey personalities yeah king this is a full blown docu series like we made a documentary out of it at all if the success continues there needs to be done so you may see it other places as we go along because we're not gonna stop talking about this until Congress which making these loans and don't you political idiots tell me you're gonna start for giving loans while you're still making loans that's so intellectually dishonest you keep making the loans but you're gonna pay him but you're gonna forgive though existing ones we talk about the existing ones what that problem represents but not while you're still making them that's not even a discussion will put on the table sorry boys and girls we know politics as usual when we see it regardless of which idiot party it is all right Omar is with us in Texas Hey Omar what's up Hey there are yeah good man how can I help yes Sir I thank you so much for taking my call I stumbled upon your videos back in November last year and I was a student back then I graduate in December start working I'm sorry graduating in January started working good for you what your degree in I'm a physician assistant great awesome degree very cool okay yes Sir thank you so I I I II one hundred fifty thousand dollars in debt thirty thousand credit cards hundred twenty three loans I clean up yeah I put up all the credit card plus and if there's something thousand in their student loans did it man yes yes Sir is so and I started a new job two months ago and my boss he offered to pay off on my student loans it right now is that right he he he said pulling strings attached to scribble mom a new terms and conditions apply he said that he told me just to pay it back so I'd always not paying all these loaning you the money yes good morning the interest rate yeah that's very generous but now now yeah.

"ramsey networks" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ramsey networks" Discussed on 710 WOR

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