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"steven pressley" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

Relentless Dentist

07:12 min | 8 months ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

"Increase the value and decrease the pricing is the question. I kept asking myself, and so a lot of my coaching will be based around like a master core, so that a lot of it can be done at a lesser price was still out of contact with me, but it will allow more access, and it's more of a scalable model which serves the industry more, so it's neat to see what's available online and that's that's probably the upside the. Technology is that you can. You can multitask and leverage the message because some of the stuff really needs one on one interaction when we get into like the real. On when we're burn through the stomach lining about staff issues in some of that needs some one on one attention, but a lot of it does. So I'm automating a lot of the processes along the way so that there's kind of a continuous flow, and it's just not me getting on the phone every couple of weeks. My son pretty excited about it at so it's a way to turn eleven's lemonade and really serve industry at a at a greater level, but it's still still the same kind of principle based Yup. Start with the leader, and if you don't start with later, something will break once. You've figured out what personal mastery looks like the movement of people mastery at you make sure that you're making the most impact. On patients team and then last is the you know the nuts and bolts of the practice. If you've missed the first two I mean, it doesn't really matter because eventually, something is going to break I think the structure matters. It's really founded as you know in. The latest greatest research on what brings out the best in people what what is a great culture, look? At you create buying like you were talking about from team members to make sure that they're invested, but also you're giving them more than just a paycheck in the workplace. All that stuff is really important to me because I think we're moving into. An Hour. We're well past the industrial age, but we're bringing some trash. Enter practices. Hyper managing people giving them too many check listen not really tapping into their full potential, and there's better ways and the information age to. To tap into human potential, but the one thing I don't think it's going to be tolerated as just a plain old place where you punch a time clock, and you get a paycheck. If people don't find meaning in their work, particularly a you know younger generation like your generation I. Don't think it'll be tolerated. I don't think people will be willing to do that and they're already. You know the you know. The the the life span of the job is is getting less and less, and so you need to be competitive. Competitive and you want to be the laced at work in town, not the best analogous, but the place to work in town so if someone should decide to leave the you've got a little bit of a pipeline messed up. Really excites me. I. Think it's really important because I mean you've had miserable jobs. I've had miserable drives. Like what the hell am I doing like. The paycheck might be nice, but is it worth it and you stick with that question long enough and he say now it's not worth it so. organizations that serve patients. Serve Team members serve the doctor over and over and over again at increasing increasing levels as a question. I sit with every single day and I like to get that out. Do Dentists who want that thing right like I think we're really meant to serve, but we're not giving the blueprint on. How do we check? All these boxes that you mentioned to add staus business, owner, clinician, and excel at all of these, because no dentist wants to not feel. That sense of achievement. I don't I don't pack the dentists like you know I buying this practice I want to be really high level of clinical scale, and if it's just a meteoric business than so so be it like we're not wired that way. We want to have it all, but we've never seen is rare to see. It well executed on the people who view it execute. Execute it well are usually in their fifties and sixties and they've gotten. Their Butts kicked for twenty or thirty years I. Don't ask to be that way. Science shows something completely different man. That's the model that as Cert- made as other people, and so that's what it looks like, but just more on a tech based automated fashion, so that more people can get in touch with Price Point so that all and it'd be launching looking like September when that will really be on the market for people to. Entertain I. Mean there's a lot of good good advice out there, so it's just something if that resonates so be it if not also fun to something that works you know like what I told. My patients as a dentist like I. Need to be your dentist. You'd trust if that's not me I'm okay with that. Let's help you find another one most of them stayed, but some of them needed to find a dentist elsewhere that resonated with them. And serve them in a way that that worked. That clicked that that felt good. So that's that's me and that's my platform, and that's what they'll be doing for the foreseeable future. Yeah, but Baker asking. Wow, dude! I. Love What you said there about you kinda based it back to. You told your patients I don't need to be your dentist, but I want you to have one. That is your heart. Man I've seen Tom and Tom Again. You want to help people I. Think what you need to. If I appreciate. You start with the leader. There's a ton of awesome coaches out there and I've used infringe with many of them I. Don't know that there's another coach out there. Who's the dentist that coaches dentist that work on the person? You know not the clinician off the business, but start with the person and build the base around that. I think it's important. I didn't see it. I think two months in Dr Coaching Man. You know I. I told You I decided. I was going to do is start up because of the coaching that I did with you if it wasn't for that, I would still be an associate working at a job that I didn't necessarily love it and hate. But I knew there was something else inside that I wanted to create. That voice is quiet, but sometimes it yells sometimes it goes away, but it never it never abandons completely right, and so that's year. Purpose Steven Pressley talks a lot about that like where you're called, the do you must do? And sometimes we lose touch bad because there's more pressing things like make sure you make aero. That's all understandable, but the more we can get urgency, and it's. It's immunised far like with a friend like you to say like to start because I. Know you're GonNa. Lose Sleep. I know there's going to be pain. There's going. GOING TO BE DISAPPOINTMENT YOU'RE GONNA have an employee that you love that moves away or go somewhere else like I know all of that is going to happen right, but why do I promote? That is because what we long for as humans is autonomy, and the only way to really control your destiny is to have your own business and make an call the shots, and that comes with a sense of earning responsibility, but if you do it right, you can make more work less have feed all your other passions whether you travel or fishing or With your kids or all of the above right and you just can't do that the same level when somebody else's your boss..

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"steven pressley" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on ExtraTime

"What was the best game that you were part of the Dynamo with the Dynamo rather scant saying as like as far as like what the war were you were you? Were playing it and like. Was there a moment you looked around like wow? This is like salt. Some stuff is happening here. You because you guys knock down drag out fights with sporting case. It has to be a Sporting Kansas City game. I think playing in two thousand twelve eastern conference semi final. I believe against sporting at home we went up early. Actually in the first half with ATTA MOFFITT. Just hit a rocket from terry yards out. And if you watch the slow motion replay I'm standing next And the ball like whizzes by me and I kinda like barely have any time to move to it but it just like it almost takes my head off and I'm wearing. I'm wearing a helmet to and I'm dyslexic. And we turn and just like you can see the slow motion reaction of everyone on the field of just like the actress happen. Adamovich scored goals like looking at the Philly goal in against L. Afc and I was thinking yet. You're like who smacks balls. Like Adam. Moffat is somewhere like tipping his hat to that now the back and forth because I remember really in Collin was on me that game and really every game but like I is he would like kick you and be like he would kick you help you up and pretends. Ask if you're okay and then just kick you again and you'd be like friend or are we so. I tried to avoid him but finally I I I kinda skin. Pretty good on the sideline and got crossover to will. Bruins scored the second goal which ended helping us to go through. And I remember like jogging back and I give them a little pat on the buttons like like at that point I was never gonNA trash talking because if you play that game with a really like he's going to win a sort of behind the scenes having a little bit of banter so those all those series with those guys we absolutely have. We got that game on. The Youtube Shuttle Street is hits man killing a chain that just says ballers will ball nothing. You can do about it. Kaylin I have one. I can't remember that matching real quick to see guys know. Takito was biting me the whole time going hard on my hand or really cullen style on. Koa what I was GONNA say. I haven't vivid memory of like Saturday afternoon. Univision game right when Tam it was trying to get into the playoffs or something where like it became illegal Mexican and no one was defending and it was just like two ends and I just remember it. Being absolute chaos. I think he did the trap in that game. What my favorite one. His first game actually played in a friendly against Celtic at Toyota Park in bridgeview must have been beer at that game between quantum Ach Blanco fans and Celtic one or two beers at that game. It was actually go. Get My Celtics Jersey from I think the man hey outdoor where all the players always put those jerseys they trade looking at this aboriginal art now a charter right. So do who's on it. It's a Presley centrebacks. Never know yeah probably should have got those probably like. I don't know some Symbolic should've gotten but at Blanca. Plate is a greatest hits in that game. It was basically like he did every he did. The bunny hop he did a pass like a ball flew out of the air and he just like turned around and did a bus pass to somebody. Hit the crossbar a couple of times. It was like a. It was like a youtube compilation and I was like allow. This is GonNa be a fun and the Rockstar trip began so if anyone has any games that they want us to try and get on if anyone else has any games they think of send us our way an extra time of course extratime minimalist soccer dot com this one. I don't think we're going to do but we got a lot of good stuff that bring us so other people can send in ideas and we'll do them over the next few weeks Etr expansion team from freehold united. You each get a franchise you hold a joint press conference announced city name crest colors kit sponsor in your first designated playing signing and one expansion draft pick for each club. I think we gotta do this. Yeah Oh yes was awesome. I like that so we'll work on a graphic designer. Get us some straight away and just before anybody takes anybody. Can I go team? Why you gotTa go and sell team from the Seventies. You bring them back Mike so I might go with the rebrand casino team. Hawaii is like there's a cool. There's a soccer store. There that may be a kit sponsor called Paradise Soccer Club. So I kinda like that paradise `seeds then you have to hire Brian. Ching as the team president. Gm Mascot Surf Instructor Yoga Instructor. Does bobby would have to be your first designated player a sense but I think we might even go younger. Shannon Happy Isles out in the sounders organization could come back and now he's from Maui really so there's a place yeah yeah. There's a bunch of Hawaiian a representation across mls less. I thought it was like a cell franchise as well too. I think. There's a really good Hawaiian young players whose her name that. She was like a legend. She played way back in the day. I don't know that means different things to different people in this report back in the day clearly. Kaelin car those burner account at freehold united because he was really prepared for this question. We had any team. That's the way to go out. Of course you'd be hands right like you'd move to Hawaii. Be a hands on owner. Be At by an air for the borders. Yeah I respect that. It's time for people span. The soobee snacks at halftime. For sure I respect you going out of your way. Kaylynn to bring the fans what they need. Natasha Kai is what producing honors thinks. Is the name. Yeah and also. He's messaging me about former Celtic players. They impressively which I don't care about as much but he thinks it's Steven Pressley. Thirty two caps for Scotland Scottish accent. Yeah I don't know it's I sounded like Sean Connery Right. No WISC return. You guys aren't GonNa make the pick for an expansion team. You're not just just the linemen kate. How DOES CASH UPFRONT? So he able to get any time for this background on the market and figure out the color no Hartford no added. My first by per existing was is gonNa have to fight Kaelin to death for Berkeley. But you know we'll see. I'm going to revisit this at a later date I need to. I need to really put vodka to this. Do it right. Yeah I'M GONNA do the same but my first designated player signing would be probably Stephen Apnea because I watched the two thousand six World Cup pilots yesterday and he was a baller and it was really depressing at moments. Watch for the US but just throwing that out there. I don't know anything else on mind. Whiskey turn up. What is your earliest memory of the League? I remember as eleven or twelve year. Old Copying the standings out of the newspaper into a journal in taking it to soccer practice where we replayed the epic end of game shootouts. What do you remember David? You're younger than yeah. My thought as far back as you guys. I'd say my oldest specific. Mls memory is like two thousand four final. Because I knew Beasley Donovan. Were COMING OUT OF OTO. I think Oh four. Oh six qualifying where I really got into soccer watching the US national team. So I had starting in Tamil lasts watching guys week in and week out so I remember the oath for final at Home Depot Center was. That's on right at the other. It's called and then I'd say oh five. School Five. Ogier was definitely not a handball from election. Darrien that our good friend Jimmy. Conrad is definitely not still. I started going back and forth on twitter yes. I had beggar in that one. Call one of the landing lescot goals and then I tell five I went to my first game. It was Chicago Metrostars at Giants Stadium. Like my older memories as oil again. I think it was a double header with England Columbia. That I was definitely not a Macadamia back. Take us back to a renter. Give it to us I will. I remember a time before the less so I remember that far back. Do you remember the original? Asl folding in eighty four. But I.

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"steven pressley" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"So we raise the lasting imprint of that. The last thing printed of that interaction that that individual had in that group maybe the people that sought lights it. Had you know a relationship to that conversation? But how much did that reflect on? Then how much did they think about it? How much people in the future are going to join that route able to you know grow from that interaction? They're probably not it's down to scene. You know the next information coming up the thing is I. I think that there's a there is a gap. There's a whole void for this type of community that is going to learn together and take ownership of education and habit forming to make sense of clinicians. And they're going to have around helping push for the schools. I like it. Yeah I mean it's it's it's an online mimicking of that residency. Experience that you're talking about who? How are we gonNA push these people together? Definitely not on your own right so together. You're trying to create that community and and facilitate that thing that you can that you can make people level up in terms of You know using that martial art background in terms of how will you get better? It's by community and by being pushed. I think there's a lot of other groups of individuals that have already found that and figure this out if you look at. That was one of the things that me learning how to web design. That was a big one. Because there's a lot of people out there who they'll tell you that when they got there they finish their degree in web design and then actually got a job there like I computer science background but I actually learn on the job and where they learn was on you. Have these websites like overflow and you have different communities like Code Academy and and all of the Barney tapped into the Dana. Find Learning to have game up by peer to peer decisions. And being able to help people because when you help someone now you're getting you're getting access to we're stopping here and there. They're people that they've already tapped into that aspect in a wonderful way that it improved everybody on these platforms and they all come away knowing more and having infinite knowledge so unprofessional doing that. It's just that we are for varying analog profession by nation because we're hands on their patients and it makes sense you know we're not as much of a push a little bit digitally as a profession in terms of certain education. You know properties but definitely not in terms of community well-done physio dot. Org where you could find out more information. You ready for three questions. Though I guess so I'm hind feet with three questions on the PT. Pine cavs. Only one answer to that. Of course you ready three questions brought to you by from Arias medical staffing. You're free to move about the country Positions in all settings all across the United States all fifty states in Washington DC. Don't WANNA leave out. The Nation's capital A. R. E. US MEDICAL DOT COM. That's a you are A. Us MEDICAL DOT com. If you're thinking about doing this thing called physical therapy that you want wherever you want. Short term assignments long term assignments. Whatever you like. Arias hasn't been doing it for more than two decades. I question aware questions since. Arias has positions all over the United States. Where someone the? Us You'd WanNa go if you could do a short term assignment anywhere Probably in fact though so I've got a An older sister With kids up in Montana Calix or it's in whitefish right outside of California so I would probably be cal. Close family outdoors. This guy got Glacier rent there that'd be a wonderful experience yeah I not not a bad spot in any weather summer I of course yeah and the great part is anywhere. There's people there needs to be a physical therapist so you're free to move about the country a you are a US medical dot com question. Number two is a what question this helps me build up my My reading lists already been jotting down the some of the titles of books. You've been mentioning but was something you watched read or listen to that inspired you I would say so inspire I would say if you want. Inspiration straight inspiration called do the work By Steven Pressley and I actually got this reference. This was referred to me. I think it was looking at individuals who does productivity and he said. The book inspired me in time. So then I started reading it and it's pretty much legally individual in wear writing from perspective lies is for writers. And how you get over the resistance in the world and keeping you from doing the work and but it but it's so parallel to anybody. Act that sort of quote unquote resistance of the Houston and is a coach. Yelling at your time is very powerful in terms of how it's written and directed blunted. It's going to work real short and it's happening love it question number. Three's who question all about people in our profession who someone you think the audience should know more about Earth. A great question People a long laundry list of individuals. I you know I think I believe more followers on twitter and more recognition is probably Roy film in Maryland number and it certainly in the charge lot European world. And he's got a great. You know you WanNa see you got a great twitter presence in terms of what I'm talking about your profession. He's probably GONNA. This is probably about a field for him that I'm referring him for the use of it. So all right well he's got one more follow. Rogers clicked on it right now. It's at Roy film DP. You're off the hot seat. That's three questions from our friends at artists medical staffing checkout travel pt. 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"steven pressley" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

15:38 min | 1 year ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"You and I we are at war certainly not with each other but right now at this very moment and we are on a battlefield and the stakes of this struggle could not be any higher that's because you are in this fight for the person that you were created to be the grow themselves their teams and their profits I'm your host Alex Judd and today's guest in a rare interview appearance is none other than Steven Pressley as one of the most prolific writers of our time Stephen has captured what he has learned about this battle in the war of art it is a book that everyone from Seth Godin to Oprah Winfrey has listed among the most impactful that they have ever read and just like any war this battle that you are in always begins when you identify the enemy as a writer which I am one of the first things that you realize so when you sit down to the blank page there's some kind of a force there that's kind of a repelling force trying to make you go have a drink or do something do anything else take the day off whatever and I always thought it was unique to meal on I thought well let me it must be the only one feeling this thing but when I wrote the war of art I gave a name to and I call that resistance with a capital are because that's what it took feels like to me it's like it's a resisting this forces invisible forces assisting my efforts to put something down on the page and two I thought when I wrote the war of art that it would be a book only for writers there's only riders would be interested yeah and I was kind of amazed to discover that other creative people actors photographers film people stuff like that and then was really interesting we realize that entre immerse which I had never even thought of but it does make sense anytime you try to move from a lower level to a higher level in your in on the soul level of your life in other words if you're if you're an artist you're trying to go from a blank canvas to a painting to something that's there this force of resistance appears to stop you or to try to stop you and it seems to me that many many many millions of people have been needed by this and didn't even know that it existed didn't even have a name took that may be part of the sinister part of it is that you can go your entire life without even realizing this exists absolute I certainly never knew what resistance kind of kicked my butt for like about seven years I would say of you know kind of a dark I'd journey where before I sort of realized there is this force that nobody told me in school nobody taught me about anywhere and I better learn to get a handle on us if I'm ever going to be able to do my work how do people experience resistance just data day okay it's a great question it's the voice in your head and the voice in your head says something like you're a bomb your loser if you're let's say you're going to write a book it says what did you get the idea that you could write this book this idea hasn't been done a thousand times you're never gonNa do it already heard this voice before choice right but it's a voice of discouragement and stuff like that it's a fear is it's constant thing you know you're you're gonNA fail you're going to embarrass yourself what where do you come off thinking you can pull this thing off the trick about resistance is that when you hear this voice in your head you think it's your own thoughts you think it's your own objective thoughts like your objectively analyzing your own capacities but it's not your objective it's it's resistance it's this this force that exists and I can tell you from all the feedback I've gotten the voice of resistance is the same in everybody's Ed except that it so diabolical that it can tailor itself to use specifically it'll tell you you're too fat to have a show don t odell or you know or you're too old or your to uglier your to this now what would a college you can't start that exactly exactly that's fascinating I think to your point I can think back points in my own life where I will experience what you're talking about but a look at it and I'll call it me being real realistic or me being rationed tackling in other words you're believing this voice in your head that it's you it's your thoughts you know they say I'm sorry to interrupt l. go for it they say you know in meditation I'm not a big meditators but from what I've read that you sit there and you're trying to empty your mind thoughts and these thoughts keep coming in they're usually just distracting dumb thoughts and you think they're your thoughts but in fact as a meditation teacher teach you they're just kind of generic chatter and you just really want to just let them kind of go and pass right through clouds splashing across the sky and it's the same with that voice that you heard in your head and so it can take many forms I know you already mentioned it it seems like it can take the form of something material physical you're eating something that you're drinking maybe not going to them it can be a voice it takes many forms is that takes many forms but usually it's add voice in your head or that feeling of fear in your belly you know I guess for entrepreneurs if you're thinking of starting a business or taking business to the next level that's another case of kind of advancing on the soul level going from a lower level to a higher level and resist since is going to kick in and that voice will stay to you you know what do you dream that you're going to pull this off you know you great at this level maybe you can't take it to the next level etc era and so do you believe that at any given point in their life everyone has experienced whether consciously or unconsciously everyone has -perienced what it's like to be trapped by resistance I think so I mean obviously can't look at it everybody's brain but I certainly got a million times a feedback from I'm from people in it's always the same voice in always the same phenomenon what did that look like for you can you take us to the point in your life where you may be crossed over for I'm being unconsciously to consciously aware that you're being trapped by this thing well for me it was the first novel that I ever tried to write as a young guy I worked for about two years on it was like ninety nine point nine percent of the way through and this some dead the devil or whatever I just blew it up blew it up and blew up my entire you know I was married at blew up my marriage bumper-to-bumper sabotage yes that's exactly the word fact resistance is self the cash and that sort of sent me off on kind of a downward spiral that carried me to a lot of places I didn't want to go and finally I should sort of just sort of realized that there there was this force and that it had taken me by surprise I wasn't ready for it if I had known that was coming it would have been a different story and I sort of said I've I've just got it like an alcoholic somebody realizing that they have a problem with alcohol where you sort of admit to themselves I've got a problem this is more than I can handle that sort of was my realization that and I thought it was unique to me at that time I didn't realize that it was universal but but it is so universal affects anyone trying to do something meaningful what what is it keeping us from it's almost like you grab it as this thing that has this motive and then you say like we're all engaged in this war that we're fighting so what are we fighting four that the enemy or the resist census keeping us from I'm a believer that we all come into this life with a calling with work that we have to do it might be artistic work or it might be entrepreneurial work it might be something might be raising children were might be something you know helping people in in one way or another but we do have our work that we should be doing and resistances entire job in my opinion is to stop us from doing our work that voice that it says you're not worthy you're not good enough that's just trying to stop us or another example friend of Mine Nick Murray is an advisor to financial Oh planners and apparently the big thing that you do in the financial planning world and I'm sure this is true in a lot of entrepreneur things is cold calling prospecting yeah and brings up enormous resistance apparently you know to make that horrible cold call or honest to sell anything thing yeah always brings up a little bit of fear in San so that force is the force of resistance in Knicks terms trying to advise financial planners he believes that he's really saving people's lives financially kind of like Dave Ramsey and the whole system out here of trying to get people to act rationally in terms of money in terms of their planning at so in other words it's a positive goal it's a movement from a lower level to a higher level and instance comes in making those cold calls doing those other sort of entrepreneurial steps how did you define what you're calling was is that it was keeping you from and then I'd love for you to share with us what what is your calling what is your work to do Steiner writer and so you know that blank page there is resistance personified and of course for writers were for artists manifested many many other ways it's still feel that way when you see a blind never gets any easier everything for fifty years never the only way it gets easier is that you know you've defeated it in the past but it never gets any easier fact it gets a little more diabolical because I almost can personify resistance it seems it's it's an intelligent force that can adapt and be creative and change shapes and shift shapes so yeah it doesn't get easier no so how do you define your calling okay I'm Steven and I'm a writer how did you figure that out My first the job was as a copywriter in advertising New York I'll give you the long answer and I had a boss named Ed Hannibal who quit and wrote a novel in a novel was hit so I said to myself my own I do that I'll do the same thing so fun in other words it's sort of started with a kind of a dumb really oh level aspirations even completely naive no concept of what any what it was involved was it tied to a passion no or was in advertising in the first place as a writer was I I wanted to be quote unquote creative I just felt like I'm a verbal personal visual person let me do something that people will like time I could not quit I always would come back to it and little by little by little you know force I'm sure this is true for all writers and artists as they start self belief is really the hardest thing to be able to say I'm a writer probably took me twenty five years at some point I was able to say even I have not succeeded at this yet I'm a writer this is what I do this is my calling this is what I'm aiming for okay so we see that all the time it is a mountain and for people to scale when they go from just other people calling them a leader to them sung I am a leader in responsible for for leading people sometimes they can be in presidents of companies that the people that I've talked to that have been I mean we look to his influential but they're not willing to call themselves a leader is that I mean why do we do that why do we not see ourselves in that way or why are we not willing to self identify a great question I think it's just resistance did a speaking the thing yesterday for the first time I've ever done in one of the things I said to sort of boil it down quickly is that we live on kind of a lower level here on the material world and you is this dark force of resistance and although are calling is summoning us to come up to be a leader to be a writer to be whatever it is and we on the bottom or arriving upward there's this force in the middle who sole role to block us you know to block the higher level from reaching us and block us from reaching the level so I think that's you know when someone has a real hard time embracing idea of I'm a leader I think that's it it's this force and that could almost yeah I mean I look at that and I think man that's Kinda negative view or all facing this force but then I think about the fact that that we're all facing that force by knee sure kind of means that we're all called to something like we all have this is like I want to make a difference everyone wants to make a difference I think it's absolutely true sometimes we underestimate ourselves and others but I think it's a mistake everybody has something to offer to offer and it's a lot of it is not a modest something it's a big something you know in your time speaking with people about this and hearing people talk about how your book connected with them how do you look in the mirror and self evaluate how do you look in the mirror and say hard for me Yeah and how do you look and say okay I'm doing what I was created to do versus man I'm trapped by this the thing and to a degree may be subconsciously getting the best of me and I'm not even aware of it right now that's a good question certainly there was a point in my evolution as a writer where I really sort of hit my stride and I began prior to that either is it right either I was running away from doing other kind of stuff arrives in some sort of shadow career that was kind of at the side of it like say advertising something like that or I was writing for other people as writing gigs for other people but there hasn't been a point where for me at least I started writing my own stuffs because I really felt like I'm writing from from my own heart and I think that higher level and I'm talking about is wants us to do that and there is gotten out of my own way I'm not stopping myself anymore sabotaging myself anymore now it's just for me it just kind of a question of what is the next best staying the next the next leap for me the next challenge for me rather than doing something that would be off to the side and not really on track so I I think I've experienced this.

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"steven pressley" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Life. You know my my best friend from high school. My best girlfriend she had an event where was she went paralyzed and we didn't know if she was going to live or not. <hes> that about two months starting in february yeah and <hes> you know then in in name my my you know my you're not supposed to have favorites but i do have favorite nephew. Nephew who's who's twenty years old who was shot and the ball state <hes> university be which was one of my alma maters. Where i i i went to college <hes> he was shot in the shooting there and he now wants around with two bullets in him on his back <hes> because it's too close to nerves and you know we went through that in in may and you know my father who has dementia he had and then they that was and the books coming out in june eleventh and so if it was as if once again prince divining in my life present itself because i'm two thousand four when i first met him it was very much that when i showed outside was like you know looking for a party and and he knew how to thought he was still partying it stars like the music and the concert but it was like was how bible study you know what i'm saying yeah it's he's not the live others expect and yeah so the project just realizing the fragility of alliance so very unreal and i was already in the process of the final edits of the book and instead of allowing these events to source that i use them to propel it and and also is managing the the emotions that the events elicited you now it was also very finely time that <hes> the the legend of that matter van has written by an author name on steven pressley becomes but he's and he sent me a copy of this booked artists journey at that time which really gave me an extra boost in an extra kick right at that time and no yeah i mean it's just it's just so and he's really cool like it's just a magnificent journey when you when you sit back and 'cause i came so close to publishing this book. You know it was no. You have no idea i went. I went back and forth like before actually just doing lenient even after lead it then the next day after it's released. Isn't you know an amazon best dialing like five different amazon bestselling in categories and that was completely off my radar but more so than that the people who have reacted to the book and comes to me with pictures and messages emails telling me what the problems mean to them. That's the ultimate rewards. That's that's what it's it's all about and it's just been such a beautiful experience. I even the public that i am. It's nearly impossible to put into words. Wow you know <hes> that's that's. That's just amazing amazing <hes> when you when you spoke about <hes> you know some of the different <hes> life stages of life events experiences experiences that are found here <hes> in the book one well mini many jump out to me but this poem here <hes> and i think it goes for you know it's written obviously obviously from a woman's point of view <hes> or experience but clearly as this has been written. I mean they can apply to either <music>. <hes> in any way you wanna look at it but the poem exodus <hes> oh brother yeah <hes> allow me oh right yeah go ahead no do i wanna hear yeah yeah. The tower yeah <hes> right his venom out of your bones owns. Wash treachery from your stand. Forgive your misjudgement. You simply let the wrong one and end purify your heart expelling all sins. This is the place to begin the exodus yeah yeah that's not resilient. Thank you so much. That was dutiful. All these words <laughter> <laughter> it'd be like and i mean just you know just the imagery <hes> you know i am. I allowed my stuff. I need to say this. I need to say this. You gave me an opportunity to come clean because see the people people and this is something many strange because i wanted to talk about people..

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"steven pressley" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

"Every twenty four hours and here are the results during this time the two hundred or so sales, not great, but not bad certainly not glamorous reach a lot more people with my podcast, and why I think that it worked out like this one didn't really push it. I talked about that, just a single announcement. I didn't go to people ahead of time. I went to people that day to make sure the promotion went live because I'd never done this again. I'm trying this out. I don't know that this thing's going to work who knew if it was even going to be worth promoting. So I didn't go to people ahead of time. I think the big reason that didn't sell more books is because podcasters and also people. Listen to podcasts. People who would hear about this book through this podcast. You like audio you like audio that is the way you like to consume media. So a lot of people write me. Hey, we're the audio book while there is no audio book. There's a digital version that comes on KENDALL. There's a paperback version audiobook, though. That's coming. And the reason it's been delayed. I'm not going to sugarcoat this, this is a big book. It's four hundred sixty two pages and looked at it. And I said, I've gotta read this thing. Nelly do have to read it. I've got to read it perfectly. I've already read it probably five or seven times going through at different revisions, and obviously, I wrote it. So I know the content in and out. But it is kind of intimidating to think I need to step into a studio probably going to be ten eleven twelve hours of finished audio and usually, I've got a four to one, maybe a five to one ratio when it comes actually getting the content on tape doing the at its I wouldn't necessarily be editing this audio, but I am going to have to voice it because again I eat my own cooking. And if you're going to have your book you need to read your own book, it's like your podcast needs to be done in your voice. This book is written in my voice, it's not going to have the same affect if a higher voice over guy to read it, it needs to be me, so not bad. Two hundred sociale single announcement here. Single announcement to an Email list announcement me on linked in Facebook posted it on a few social media channels. And then let him our friends. No. That's not bad. Somebody mentioned and I talked about this on my newsletter. If you get my newsletter that if I had written a book, I would want to make more money and I can't disagree with that guy. Yeah. You wanna make more money with the money isn't necessarily from sales, and the payoff, the paycheck, that you get Steven Pressley talks about this. That's not necessarily money. Sometimes the paycheck is just reaching people, and I want to reach people with this message. That is why I'm doing this podcast. That's why I wrote the book in the first place another reason I decided to do. This promotion was that. I wanted my books attached to other podcasting books. So think about how I promoted this offer just a podcast is just two people. I'm a mail list people. Listen to build a big podcast through podcasting, people, that I know who reach podcasters, those podcasters, if they're going to buy my book have likely purchased other books about podcasting. And because of that, the Amazon algorithm is going to connect my podcasting book with those other podcasting books. And it's going to come up on Amazon dot com site in two places. One people viewed this item also viewed this item, people have you'd podcast book, a also viewed big podcasts by David Hooper, people who purchased this item podcast book, a also purchased big podcast by David Hooper. I wanted more of those links on Amazon, not unlike apple podcasts when you pull up the I tunes app on your MacIntosh on your PC. You'll see people who subscribe to this podcast also subscribe to these podcasts, that's an easy win for you to get the word out about what you're doing on Amazon. It means you'll get more sales in the long run, and that's exactly what's happening since this promotion has ended. The book is back to its normal price nine ninety nine strangely enough. Amazon decide. To drop the price of the paperback only ten ninety five right now. And maybe because it's only ten ninety five the paperback is selling a lot more copies than it was prior to this promotion..

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"steven pressley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Well, if you spot traffic problems, call them Reseda Benz of traffic tip line, at four seven nine twenty three thirty six. Next report in ten minutes about a yellow NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A af. Rainy weather at times for the weekend. Good morning. This is w okay. Y meteorolgist. John Belsky flash. Flood watch in effect for the Louisville area through the weekend showers at times today. Other times we rain free will the high of eighty this afternoon down in the upper sixties tonight for the weekend, both days every now, and then some rain and thunderstorms with locally heavy downpours make produce localized flooding, and we'll see highs both days. Upper seventies to near eighty and that's the latest w okay, why forecast, I'm John Belsky? It's seventy one at news. Newsradio eight forty. W. H A S. Our top story is the last day of school for J CPS that sets off several days of graduation celebrations, but the district, ending the year under the cloud of a lawsuit at legal action, coming from a group of black employees suing the district, claiming years of racial discrimination, though, six workers or in the operation services division, signing the class action lawsuit. It on Thursday claiming that they've been passed up for promotions and unfairly targeted due to their race. They say their experiences due to systemic racism, within the district, JCP s not commenting on pending legal issues. It's seventy-two at NewsRadio eight forty Wh AS big counterfeit bus in Jefferson County on Thursday morning. Officers responded to a call of a man unconscious and a pickup truck at the speedway on Westport road. Police say Braxton graven had fallen asleep with drug paraphernalia in plain view on the passenger seat along with a bag containing a lot of counterfeit cash. They said it's over twenty three hundred dollars in counterfeit, gray more Devon del police detective Steven Pressley tells wwl Kyi, many of the sheets were uncut in the money look legitimate to the untrained. I would say that he would be successful in passing some of this currency graven faces charges. The secret services assisting in the investigation. Federal charges are possible. Susan Duvall NewsRadio eight. Forty WHAT. Yes, we go out of New York City, where police along with the F B I've made an arrest potential terror plot. Law enforcement officials say the man's alleged target was Times Square ABC's.

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"steven pressley" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"steven pressley" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"A few of our favorites laura said that her friends in her once tena society to go to cheap improv comedy show on a sunday night because there's nothing in town that was opened so it has all the makings for a good time sunday night comedy show it ended up just being guy with a laser pointer and a bed sheet who somehow use the laser to draw glowing images on the sheet she says that his improv storytelling base it was based on audience suggestions and while he was illustrating on the on the sheet she's had unfortunately he was not a good storyteller or good artist she said worst of all her and her friends made up four fifths of the audience and the fifth audience member was a supportive friend of the laser guy but advocacy they awkwardly chuckled plate along but she said it was painful i didn't know that was a thing i would i would actually like to see that like i feel like an america's got talent like early in the season thing where they just like booed off like a guy in the league if you're one of five people in the audience yeah that's true that's true fever office episode of scott's tots he likes the awkward audience yeah i loved steven pressley's feedback for starters he went to switch foot concert where john got so excited that he fell into the drums which that's got to happen all the time for bands i've seen that people fall yeah all that happened but then he also went even also went to see hardrock christian bang called red deal no red oh yeah i remember it yeah i don't know that my only hardrock christian man i love this pillar played at like rock the universe this year home in the lineup there's still there's still a little hanging he had like a crossover hit i think so they noticed that they were doing ten anniversary tour to university tour and so steven in his wife went and there were two guys in a girl right at the front is day two weren't paying attention to warn enjoying it the guy was on his phone the whole time and so the girls at one point the band i mean the ban members are seeing it i think that's what sometimes audience forget that the people on the stage see your faces and the band members were seeing them and so they pulled the two girls up on stage and they were like dancing around but the guy on his phone never noticed in one of the tar players pretended to slam the guy in the head with his guitar and the whole audience sought but the guy never even notice because he is on its own the whole that's all that's terrible super awkward lou this one awkward but i saw at the try love on her arms does a does a live concert storytelling night every year and this last year john foreman was performing and he he was saying you know he was kind of like it was kind of loose and he was taken suggestions from the crowd and somebody's yelling song he started it and he forgot the lyrics right so not awkward but does guy kind of where you were talking like couple front rows and was yelling out the lyrics to john in like in the court professions that out right john goes come up on stage the guy grabs it just har in for the rest of the show was phenomenal new every every chord it was like living his dream on this phenomenal i love and i do that fighters clip where they bring that kid up and he's just like shredding and they're like all into 'em are just the best i love the great when they react like super impress where it's like oh my this like ten year old is yeah yeah i was lawler last year run the jewels somebody was hold up a sign that said rap whatever song and i can wrap the name of the song it was like some little white gaya and and they saw the sign they're like oh yeah can you come on up here and like they pulled the kid out of the crowded lollapalooza kid crushes it goes crazy viral people friends of sending me the video where you there so i would say my awkwardness experience and i think if shared this on the show before it so i'll do a truncated version of it but when i was i was following tearing in in the.