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How To Manage a Bad Day

The $100 MBA Show

06:15 min | 11 months ago

How To Manage a Bad Day

"They say when it rains it pours and it often does. I find that. Sometimes you get these days where everything thing goes wrong. Everything comes crashing down. And you just can't wait for the data be over because it's so bad it's ridiculous but as business owners we can't it. Just step away from her problems we face head on and we had to be able to manage things and improve things because we're ultimately responsible. But how do we do that. How we stay positive as of how do we change things up so we don't have an ulcer and don't make decisions or take actions that we're going to regret later? The first first thing is that you need to be mindful of the signs that you are really having one of those days. When you're getting stressed out things are getting out of control? We we all know ourselves so for you. It could be something different but for me. I know that if I am starting to raise my voice if I'm starting to have a bit of anger in the tone of my voice I know I'm starting to get stressed and I need to change things. I got to do something different so I can course correct. Because that's not a state that I want GonNa be in because I can't improve things like that. I can't make the best decisions when I'm in that state for some people they get quiet some people their body. Eddie language changes you know yourself you need to be mindful of this and have sort of an internal awareness alarm that hey this is happening. I need kick into action and do something to change this. So what are some things you could do to changes number one. Change Your Environment Get out of the office. You might think I'm I'm too busy right now. I am to stress allegata billion things to do. I understand but you're going to be able to accomplish those things with a lot more efficiency and with a lot more efficacy. You'RE GONNA make a lot more difference if you are in the right state of mind so five minutes. Three hundred seconds skins is all it takes. I literally put my phone down. I don't take it with me. Put on some flip flops and step out go outside. Even if it's raining training get an umbrella. It's okay if it's cold. Put a jacket on get out of your environment. Gather the office get some fresh air and walk around the block. Just go for a walk. Step away from the situation for a moment so you can get perspective. Don't talk to anybody. Don't do anything. Just breathe and walk. This often solves loves a lot of problems. It often gives you perspective. It often leads. You organize your mind. You're giving yourself a chance to organize a strategy a plan of action to take take on the frustration. The things that are causing you frustration. We often don't allow our minds to have that chance. We just go go. Go go go and in the the process we make a lot of mistakes in decisions that maybe are not the best so taking again five minutes is all takes. You can literally just just step outside wherever you are. Go for a walk. I personally think a walk is better than just sitting outside because walking is known to allow all your brain to stimulate and salting subconsciously. Some of the best entrepreneurs make their decisions when they're going for a walk. This is recorded and detailed in and so many biographies of ground. PRENEURS and coaches like bill. Campbell and Bill Gates and Steve Jobs and Reed Hastings founder of net afflicts. All these people have mentioned that they go for a walk when they wanNA solve things when they want to be able to reshape the challenge. They're facing so number one. Five minutes is GONNA make a big difference number two. I repeat this to myself about three or four times a day especially when I start are feeling overwhelmed. I have a big to have lots to do with a lot of demands on me I say to myself one thing at a time one thing at a time okay. It's very hard to do anything with any kind of positive result. If you don't focus on one thing at a time so you want to just focus on your task get it done next thing and as you go through cross offer to do this and keep going keep going if you feel super super overwhelmed and tired and you just feel like there's so much to do start with the things that you can get a win quickly. Momentum is a very powerful so start with a smaller tasks you can complete. Maybe be in five ten fifteen minutes thirty minutes whether it's an email whether it's a phone call whether it's whatever on your to do list because this is going to give you some momentum. It's going to see that to who list get shorter and shorter. Because you're crossing things off and it's going to give you some confidence okay. Things are working out. Don't start with a five hour project number three set up a goal all for yourself at the end of the day. Sometimes we need to devise things to allow survive allows to continue. Can you to motivate ourselves. There's nothing wrong with doing that for yourself. This could be something so simple. It could be something like hey if I get what I need to get done today by closing time. Whatever or six o'clock whatever you and you stop working? I'm GONNA treat myself to thirty minutes of my favorite video game or an hour. I'm GONNA treat myself to one scoop of with my favorite ice cream down at the ice cream shop down the street. Simple pleasures things that are not going with the Bank of things that are just things that you love doing. Doing it could be something similar. Like I'm gonNA allow myself to have an hour of guilt free Internet browsing. I just want to surf the web for a bit and just like you know look up things have been meaning to look up. Look at some things on my favorite clothing store online. Spend a few minutes the planning my next vacation. Whatever fun stuff so set up some sort of reward? Sometimes we use the stick a lot with ourselves we gotta use them care to to to say. Hey that's looking forward to and sometimes just enough. That scoop of ice cream might be just enough. I like all right. Let's refocus. Let's get these things done. I can do this another thing. I do that really helps me get through. These tough days is a remind myself of previous tough days. Hey there's

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Selling Alcohol at College Sporting Events Makes Sense and Cents

WAOK Programming

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Selling Alcohol at College Sporting Events Makes Sense and Cents

"So a couple more schools arm have decided that they're going to start offering alcohol sales on campus Florida state being one they're gonna make some changes now it says that they will feature five locations where fans can buy beer and wine during the games but you cannot take it back to your seat the I guess was one of the things that that they that they said that the does not include the that says they can buy beer and wine during the games will be it's considered a separate area from the stadium the Dunlap champions club his main concern a separatist in which is why alcohol sales have been allowed there before but not bill Campbell itself will have all the concessions are out there so this is you can't drink it in your seat as part of the deal so Florida state being one of the school we were not being Vanderbilt now we know the SEC lacks their rules on alcohol sales on campus from alcohol is going to be available to the general public a beginning August thirty first for the Georgia a Vanderbilt game they're gonna Vandy well George game they will they will have alcohol sales available there so this is to push the revenue generated from uncle says be used to support prevention and education programming on campus related to alcohol use so there you go SO two more schools that are are adding alcohol says look we've talked many times before this is the wave of the future this is this is where it's all going to you will not be very much longer that everybody across the country and like we said all the studies that have been done on these campuses like West Virginia for instance show that by having alcohol sales on campus during games you actually have less alcohol related incidents there are less alcohol related incidents that they have for all of this so it does make sense and I kind of understand why because you know you're not having to worry about trying to get all tanked up and everything like that and just do what you're drinking it one big fell swoop but it's it's the revenue thing that that more than anything is what the schools are looking at is how can we generate more revenue how can we do some things that will get more people to want to come to the game not just watch it on TV but how do we get more people that will come on

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"And I'm saying, I want you to unsubscribe stop listening. If you're not doer, right. I don't want people to listen to. This going. I listen to the thrive time show every day, and I'm still really struggling well, why would you want because if you're not a do or you're just going to become more frustrated because now the distance is no, I even know what to do now and I'm not doing it. So I mean this morning on this this show. I mean, you've just told them how Google search works. I mean that's free information. Take us it, it works. It makes it different. It really things I didn't know. I mean so when I first came across this information I was like, man. That, that's awesome. There's a plan. There's a, there's a way to get ahead on Google in the move forward from page to page page. And I've seen my website do that. I went from absolutely the abyss. Yep. In Google to just continue to climb and climb James chapter one versus twenty two through twenty five rates, but be doers of the word, not hearers. Only deceiving yourselves. An anon- religious sense you got to do it. Yeah. There's a book, I'm reading right now called thou shall prosper, which was introduced to me by Tim Redmond, your, your coach in by the way coaches are always learning. Done. So I'm always learning. So reading this book called thou shall prosper and really getting into it's basically it breaks down. Why Jewish people are disproportionately more wealthy than most people? And there are four Piff unease. I have so far that I've got from the book that blows my mind. One, the original Hebrew language. And this is something on the show notes in Hebrew, orig-. The original Hebrew language. There's not a word for fair. So, like there's no argument of like we do this, because it's fair. That's that's interesting. Second idea. I've, I've learned is that the word in Hebrew for work means worship so work at worship mean, the same thing in Hebrew. It's literally, the same word. There's no other. So when you're not work, you're working, you're worshiping God through your work. That's what that means work. It's the same everything you do. For him. Third. Concept blew my mind is that in the Jewish law, the regional the Old Testament. The Hebrew, it talks repeatedly about working six days and resting on the seventh and everybody that I've ever like, you know, personally been friends with who's very wealthy successful Jewish person. I've had like five or six guys, I pulled aside. And I said, hey man, I got an what are you doing? What are they teach this, are you guys like part of the Masons. This is what it is. What are you doing? And I remember sitting down with one mentor, my life in Ilan. And he says. I work on the six day rest on the seventh for the seventh the Lord's day, the sixth, I will work on that. I make my harvest on the sixth Clayton America. We all are everyone here. Everyone around me works, eight hours a day for five days. A week I work six days a week even if we were just running at the same speed I'm getting so much further ahead because of that. Sure. And because I've you work as worship I just take it to a next level. The other knowledge bomb. I got this crazy. The Hebrew translation for money, money means a certificate of appreciation. That's why socialism doesn't work because you're getting appreciation trophy for something. You didn't do exchanged your energy..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Young entrepreneur Twenty-three hadn't raised prices before I was scared to raise prices, I talked to a mentor, a coach, a person who had wisdom, and I did verse acceptable sat down with them. And I said, look at my numbers, what am I doing here? This is. We have we went out for Mexican food, and we were having. Chips and salsa, whenever it wasn't. I remember him looking he he's clay as your revenues growing Sawyer expenses. So you're never going to achieve time freedom or become sustainably profitable because you pay people too much. And I said, okay. So everybody knew that you hire pay them, less and raise prices a little bit. And I thought, oh, but if I raise prices, then I might lose some customers. So this is what I did. I'm sure you've ever done this doctor brick. I went into my office team has guys. I mean it was a millionaire today. He told me we should raise prices in lower pay what you think. I asked for like all buddies, all they hate it breath. Have you ever found yourself unable to move back in the day because certain employees were holding you back or didn't want you to do the right thing, or the, the move the make the tough call? Not not particularly only because I was the guy holding me back. So you're holding yourself. I was holding myself more than any anybody else was holding me hostage, but we did raise prices about a year ago year and a half ago, and we got some pushback, but also had to look at, you know where we're at in the marketplace, as far as our pricing, and we're very competitive, we're no longer the cheapest guy, but we are definitely a great value. And, and we're just continuing to increase the service for what you get for the money. But, but yeah, we, we were the way that we were training, we were actually given away more than than we were making. So, yeah, we had to change something or it was only a short matter time, we wouldn't be here chip on page number nine. Goes on to read it became not only one of the most popular commercial spots on the of the game. But one of the most famous commercials of all time ushering in the era of the Super Bowl commercials. Crazy, right living Vegas the game itself. So again, I want everyone to understand this idea having a coach is someone that teaches you what to do, but it's going to be counterintuitive. Yes, I want to give listeners some secrets. Listener some just down campfire, everybody uses Google. I mean what? My let me get my subtle secret device. Okay. Oh, okay. So secret device. Coaching? Everybody uses. No business owners out there except for you billion thrive members know how to use. All that daughter implement Google manipulate Google, too many. That's all consumers are using presentable, but no business owners know how it works except for you. So listen up and take some notes. Here we go there, four variables that control a Google your Google rink for big variables. You can control. And so is that true their spouse? Okay. Buddy, you get busy with your thousands of variables and you.

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"My mind we have to dinner and a man who talked an interesting way was nets CD seated next to me at this dinner for. All the speakers and all the sponsors in Las Vegas. My wife and I are there. I'm speaking to a group and very nice company. Hired me. Very nice people. Everyone's great. The guy sitting next to me. I don't know who this guy is. I don't know what is jobs but he's not one of the speakers he's not a sponsor. Maybe he's an an event organizer. I don't know. Yeah. But he's got his phone out. We have awesome food. I got like lobster Vanessa. We got lobster. She got something. Nice. The food was great. The food service was great. It was fabulous. So he's sitting there, the whole time, like, writing things down, shredding down right turned him. I said, what are you doing is I am, I'm an active yelp, or what I do is I have looked for ways that this business could improve. And I just I have several of them right now. So the, the waiter comes up and says, guys, you have everything today or how's the food go? And he goes are you happy with the food? Can I help you with anything that kind of thing, and he says, well, first off your presentation was tragic, and I'm? What? So, I feel like I need to defend my man, my main my waiter, because he's a he's a bro and his pride. Twenty six twenty seven college student doing right out of college. Maybe maybe in college, kind of a younger guy, and I just a nice guy super nice and he's in. So I just wanted to just share Oakley just tragic now. Also the way responding right now that shows immaturity, and he's a kid hasn't said a word yet. He just looks pissed and he's the lighting in here. It's just it's off you'd have to redo the whole thing. Now the two core in here. I I don't like the core. Now, this is here, if you guys ever thought about a theme and he's all of a sudden being like he's this, like, restaurant, whisperer restaurant, coach some expert, and then he gives them like a two out of a five, and I'm asking my ask did, what, what, how often do you ever leave a five is I've never left the five great? And I'm like, okay, and why do you give them a two because the world should know this overpriced, have you ever been to a restaurant at all ever? Even one. Time then your mind was worth. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Many times so what do you give them for you? Give a four star to people that are awesome. Yeah. 'cause nothing's five right? I'm like some time this guy. What do you do? What, what is your role? What did you think he was like the lowest? He's the lowest ranked person at this event. Right. He was the biggest opinions. Right. Somehow he looked his way into some dinner, because he volunteered to speak at something or whatever he did. He overpriced inter he's not paying right that he's so upset. He's like the lowest, the ranked guy is like having I don't know this is like allowing you know, Willie totally willing to get up Kate about the state of the union. Unbelievable. But he has a voice because of yelp. That's true. Let's talk more about Bill Campbell here. Steve jobs. I'm gonna really dive in on this. In the book explains here on page. Eight it says. Bill didn't take the job that John offered at Pepsi John Sculley, but nineteen Eighty-three John Sculley decamped to silicone valley to become the CEO of apple working directly with Steve Jobs. And shortly after he gave Bill call would he be willing to leave Kodak and move his family and his wife, the former Roberta spec, Nola, dean at Columbia in nineteen seventy six west to apple would he be willing to leave Kodak to apple with the nine months of joining apple Bill was promoted, the vice president of sales, and marketing and given the task of overseeing the launch of the highly anticipated MacIntosh Apple's new computer that would replace apple to as the company's flagship, this is what gets me every to kick off the launch..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"They bought the technologies and now Steve through vote of the board, all of a sudden he's in charge, again, of the company just got fired from right? So he's back. He's back, maybe. And when he was back, there was excitement, amongst abbot's. They knew he would fix it. However, they had no money now. Where do you think they got the money from where they go where they go, they get if you record guest shareholders, stocks selling big parts of the company? How do you think Steve Jobs? Generated the cash. Oh, goodness. Shareholders he mugged a bunch of people. Well, our good friend, Bill Gates was going through a problem a monopoly suit. Remember soon, in the, the lawsuit alleged, the court case situation was alleging that Bill Gates knowingly did things that were to create an awfully to jazz. Whatever you buy a Hewlett Packard, or Dell or any computer. They can pre loaded with with micro Microsoft, right? And that's unethical because it because we're can't choose. So all these other smaller operating systems like links. Right. They didn't have a choice of a chance to compete. So they're saying it was unethical. And he was going. No, no, it's not an ethical. It's just something I had to do in order to distribute the pros as the distribution deal. So Mirela with Michael. Dell's not unethical. It's just some we had to do. And so anyway. You know, you don't have a lot of friends when you're at the top. So Bill Gates says de call Steve Jobs that he says, I'm sorry, Steve Jobs calls. Bill Gates and says, hey I need some money, how much money it's like hundreds of millions of dollars. We are within hours of bankruptcy. And so what I need is I need money, and he says, okay, how much do you need tells them? No number into Wapping number goes. Now, here's the deal. Now, this is the part that, that historians may disagree on. And just depends on what side of the story you're on. He gets out and says. Here's the deal, though. I will be willing to testify that you did not do XYZ one-two-three, and thus the number one, number one person that would have the, the number one witness the number one company that should have a problem. Right. Because you hurt apple and away. You limited our growth by doing what you did. And by you the number one, they always cite the reason for this, this, this White House to change the up this monopoly is because companies like apple that are superior. Don't have a chance to compete. And he's the argument and that's too. But I will switch and say I love you. You might dude, we worked together only cost you it only all you gotta do though is present at the conference. And I don't know how it went and how it went down how long it took for to happen. But what ends up happening is Bill Gates ends up getting up there and announcing to all of the apple community that he was going to fund apple? So the apple people are like what the crap what because he's such a gutsy call to make all the like why is he at our conference?.

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"And then if the person left the ring, you know, three times they were disqualified. He didn't really have to understand toxin what he was able to win. You know, and that's a big championship show. How does a coach who knows nothing about dentistry, right? Have the ability to help a dentist or in this case a chiropractor. How does how does it coach Tim Redmond in this case? How does it Tim Redmond help a guy like Dr brek Tim Redmond is not a chiropractor and that's Dr breckis, so he's a business coach. So he knows all the business plays now, just because you're football coach doesn't mean you're awesome quarterback. But you still got to know how to train that person and show them how to be their best and show them the holes in their game. And were they need to improve. I think that's what a coach does best, Dr brick how has having a business coach helped your company grow. It's helped in a number of ways accountability is a huge part of them on, you know, being able to no one wants to talk about that. But no, I've heard accountability described as putting up the bumpers on the bowling alley. So, you know, I mean. It better guarantees your success. And the only reason we don't do it is our own fear of, you know, other people's judgment. But you're guaranteed that you will not have a gutter ball. You may not have a strike every time. It's you're guaranteed. You won't have a gutter ball, when you put up those bumpers that right? There's a great analogy I've never described that way. I don't remember who I said that to me, I'm going to quote the great Dr wreck. You said to us. So I think accountability is huge in all areas of your life. And so that's one but then also being able to be that, that person that's removed emotionally and be able to give you that thirty thousand foot view help you get perspective at times when you're in the muck in the Meyer of the daily in it because right now, I'm still very much in my business. I'm working, you know, on strategies and steps to, to work more on the business in the little less in and so Tim's been very strategic in, in helping with, with that planning, and how that looks and so yeah, there's just so many things. And they just better management skills. I mean things that I went to school to be trained as a chiropractor. Some I feel like I'm phenomenal clinician, but there are definitely there were holes is sane in my game as a business owner operator and manager, I don't know, your opinion on this, but I won't even ask for I'll just that's. Good. There are funerals and weddings that we all get invited to. And I think a lot of us, I'm not gonna ask chips. I don't get in trouble here. Appreciate them. A lot of times, there's weddings, you get invited to and funerals where you go. I don't wanna go that. I agree. Volunteer my thing. So I'm saying there's like a wedding, you could go to, and you could go all right? Could find the way you do the things there's a space, but you just are saying it just, I don't want to go so recently as probably about. I don't know. In the last ten years, I told her, I said, you know, I don't want get any weddings. You've been to so many ways. On more than your Fisher for like. I think I've done a thousand weddings because at one point, I was, I was DJ at least one hundred one hundred fifty hundred thirty every year every Friday and Saturday and Sunday. So it was a lot. I love weddings to their my favorite. No. So all I'm saying is that Bill Campbell's funeral? You know, a lot of people, you kinda know the impact someone made typically by who's at the funeral. Right. Is not always the case..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"All the listeners are getting this idea because it's so powerful Bill would sit down with the Gallic Steve Jobs. This is Steve. Steve got rehired to apple. He became the head of apple again on round. Two new would sit down with them and say when you go in there, you know. And you deliver the truth, people are going to perceive at a certain way if you thought through that. Right. Have you thought through the political aspects of when you do this, how, what impact of that because remember getting think about craziness getting Google to allow Amazon to show up and search engine results was quite a move, right? I mean think about huge competitors. And so do you wanna right now, if you if you do a Google search for like grill, gun, or a type in a charcoal grill type in charcoal grill into Google quick and ship. Tumbling comes up their DC Amazon search results coming that's charcoal grill pop-ups. Anything? Okay, we've got WalMart Home Depot Amazon, right there, right there, right there, but to agree to make that happen. I mean that's something that Bill Campbell in the book you're gonna hear he negotiated. He lets Jeff visas. No, hey, buddy. I got your back, we need to work together with Google, right? And a lot of times Google and apple didn't get along. I don't know if your listeners are out there aware of this, but Steve Jobs, did not like Larry and Sergei they're much. Yeah. And it was because he felt there were stealing his ideas and making the Android phone very similar to the iphone. Right. And it was their argument was this, this technology is sort of common knowledge now much like Henry Ford when he was trying to build the automobile. The original creators of the automobile had a patent on the word and the concept of an automobile. Right. I don't think you realize that originally Henry Ford had to break the law, copyright law and order to create another kind of car, it's crazy. So they created the smartphone, basically technology, and they felt that nobody else could ever enter into that space. Well, so Bill Campbell was the person who is able to coach, these guys along the way ship. I'm gonna read on page this kind of intro. The Ford of the book, it says Bill Campbell is the MVP of high school football team, despite standing five feet, ten in weighing one hundred sixty five pounds when the track coach was short on hurdlers Bill volunteered. And says he couldn't jump high enough to clear, the hurdles he just ran right through them bruising himself, all the way to the regional championships. What does that say about a guy doctor, what does it say about a guy who is high school PP football player? They asked him to the track team. Short. Ryan says, I can do it but I can't jump hurdles and just runs through him. What I ransom hurdles one point. And the to understand that knocking over hurdle doesn't penalize you is great knowledge to know as long as you don't. Completely throw it into somebody else's lying. That's awesome. So, yeah, I think it tells me that, you know, this guy from an early age had a whatever it takes to get it done kinda metality like let's understand the rules. Let's figure out the game. And let's play to the best of, of my to my advantage. So I can't jump high, but I can run fast. So I'm going to run through them make up the difference that, that, you know, hitting him slows me down. But I'll make it up in between and obviously he was pretty success with that. It kind of reminds me like Tim Ferriss in, in a number of ways that he approaches things like his, I think it was kicked Teyeba passing championship where he just figured out the rules and then used them against the people who've been doing this for a long time, that I just he nobody else realize you could pick up your stool from your corner and hit together with Tim Ferriss figure that out so well being able to outweigh his opponents thirty pounds you know, because he could manipulate his body weight quickly..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"He was a very hard working a Rudy of high school foot. True. Yes. Was not skilled, but was like the route. He had that passionate. Right. Became the MVP of high school to knock them down. He's right back. He became the captain of the college football team vision. One Columbia, and he thought you know why, I'm so passionate about football. I'm gonna go on and coach. And he did that at Columbia and he talks in the book very unsuccessfully. They lost a lot and then about the time he was my age. Thirty eight thirty nine he decided, I'm going to go into the corporate world in go ahead and get done. So he goes in the core. World starts off doing some kind of sales for Kodak and he gets promoted to be the head of the eastern Europe. Become the head of the European division within a year and a half of being there. I mean it's crazy. That's pretty quick. And then as a big company back, then this was well at the time it was a multiple billion dollar company north of seven billion dollars value, right? Years ago. And now and then Steve Jobs, realizes, this guy can sell a lot of things. Well, so he and the folks at apple reach out to Bill Campbell and say, would you be willing to come? Join our team he does so well in positions they put him in. They make them chairman of the board, which is a big thing becomes one of their top most intrical team members but, but jump. He built a special relationship with Steve Jobs. Yes. Recall, call the part of the book where he made that relationship. I know that wouldn't he got kicked out the when Steve got kicked out of apple? He was the one man on the board. That said you guys are making a mistake. Right. And the gonna make sure you get this easy only guy on the board who stood up for Steve Jobs. The only the only one now I think this is really interesting because this is how I see the world work. Typically, I see a lot of entrepreneurs where there's a there's a dislike of the founder who created the jobs that everyone has I see this a lot. Yeah. I mean it's most of the clients have ever worked with us happens. And I'll tell you why ship, I want to get your take on this. Yeah, if I started company right small company and I grow it, do I have to make some people irritated along the way as a result of holding them accountable. I mean, even if you're the nicest guy in the world, and you do not want ever have friction don't you have to hold people accountable to certain points. One. Billion percent because not nobody on your team. Maybe those rare rare people, but nobody's basically going to have that founders mentality that sense of urgency to push you to where you need to get to so Bill Campbell recognized this Bill Campbell, recognize the passion of Steve jolly trillion percent. I should say instead of a billion percent that is true. Yes..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Eric chop. How are you, sir? I'm doing great Klay. Super excited to be here with you again. Dr brek. How are you? I'm doing fantastic. You I feel like you have had a secretly great Saturday, told us what happened. What, what kind of the Harry like that? How your? In, I went to the room. So, I feel like I'm on point with the moment. Yeah. Okay. I'm now bearded. So that's kind of. Yeah. I wanna look more. Like he's already same is that bearded, so manly. Eric a lot of times. Eric is just a beautiful man. What air does is he will remove that beard? And then he removes like fifteen years. Seven or eight years old time that happened. My wife said, please don't do that again. That's crazy. Okay. But we're talking today about is the wisdom of the world's best business. Call Bill Campbell so wisdom from the world's best business coach now when I say world's best business coach, I think, in our culture, we throw out words, a lot of times without meeting like you might say, oh, that's the best. Oh, that's, that's incredible. A lot of times people ask me, Klay. What do you think about that movie? And the way mine, my mind works every movie is the best ever or my top ten right, right? Or terrible. So they're not between zoo Leandra their night. Oh, yeah. I was just feeling. This is I stopped laughing, there was another one that's out going. For the first time I never seen it possible. There's one scene in the movie where the, the model the main character played by bill's been been Stiller the model. He wants to create a center to give back to the community, and it's a center for kids that can't read good, and one other things. Good. That's what's called. Good. Well, anyway. Anyway. So the I guess, hire an architect to design the project to design the house. And so this guy's impossibly dumb. The character played by Ben Stiller the mall. Good possibly dumb oblivious to all things and pompous to match to go with it. And so this architect shows them a model rendering. That's probably three feet by three feet size to scale of what it's going to look like he looks at it, and he's like, how are the kids supposed to learn to read, good if they can't even fit in the building? Goes off and breaks it, and then, and then I can't stop laughing. I'm just trying to get together. And then he has this punchline so good. He goes, it's gonna have to be at least two times larger. Not. One of my favorite parts is he's giving a googly. He's giving a eulogy which. As a googly. He says what's really hard when your friends dying freak gasoline, fight accident. Watch it again. Okay. The Bill Campbell. We say this is the best this, this is the one that the top ten but really this guy is the best business coach of all time, I would say the number one business coach of all time. Bill Campbell coming in number two. I would I would argue number two would be Chet Holmes. I want you to read off the former clients that Bill Campbell coached about his career. So Bill Campbell was the business coach of silicon valley's business leaders, including Eric Schmidt through former CEO of Google, never heard of it, Steve Jobs, co-founder of apple dot right there. If he just been the coach of the CEO Google, I think it would say, okay, the one of the world's largest companies. Yeah. One of the best needs a coach. Okay. They who do they who do they hire? Maybe I should hire them. Bill Campbell Bill Cam. Okay, and you say, we'll apple they're not struggling. All right. I went to hills mall the other day, Portland. I know they're just to see what kind of gang activity..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Andrew, what's fun factoid? Number fifteen my friend, number fifteen says kids who spend more time on screens tend to be significantly less. Happy than kids who engage in non screen related activities like playing sports engaging with tangible printed materials or spending time socializing with real people in real life. Now, Andrew what I'm going to do is. I'd like to pass this megaphone to John real quick. So I can ask him some questions since he's unmarked on today show. He's he's over there. He's cleaning up the show notes making sure today shows ready to air as we are as we're listening. He's judging his accounting, John are you megaphone Mike there? Okay. That's great. So I'm going to ask John the following questions twenty two questions, and John I'm looking for a yes or no fridge these questions and thrive nation. I want you to answer the question, you're. Because this is very important is we're talking about ample examples that are human mind can handle of the world's best business. Coach Bill Campbell ample examples that the world can handle of the world's best business. Coach Bill Campbell. So does the trillion dollar coach? All right. So John first question should you have your smartphone on while driving? Okay. That's a no John says. No, I ask you, Mr. listener. Is it a no is it a yes? Surely, you can't be serious. I am serious. And don't call me. Shirley, John says, no. That's a negative. It's an non-point smartphone team. All right. John. Should you have your smartphone on while having sex? Unless you're listening to Kenny. So. And so it's like if you're listening to Kenny. What you're doing is you're going. Hey,.

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"And so I just anything I do I want it to be with excellence. And so anything, I touch the people that we employ everything that, you know, I I'm involved with I want excellence, and I cannot stand average or mediocrity. What do you think about this idea? John that Bill. Campbell was the coach for the world for the who's who's who's who two trillion dollars, right? It took us up John doors DO e r John Doerr one of the top venture capitalists of all time talks to Eric Schmidt. The head of Google and Google says, hey, John Doerr. I need some help. What's the best? I need some help. I'm kinda getting overwhelmed anytime, I need some I need somebody to kind of lead the way. But I'm the head of the biggest company in the world of Google. You know, what should I do in John Doerr says my advice to you Eric is to have a coach the coach said that I should have. I'm quoting Eric Schmidt is Bill Campbell. I resented the advice at first because after all I was to say oh Google. I was pretty experienced. I mean, why would I need to coach was I doing something wrong? Margaret was how good a coach advise me. If I'm supposed to be the best in the world at this already. When that's not what a coach does the coach doesn't have to play a sport as well. As you do they have to watch you and get you to perform at your best in the business context. Coach is not a repetitious coach coach is somebody who looks at something with another set of eyes describes it to you in his words and discusses how to approach the problem once. Realized I could trust Bill I could trust them. And that he could help me from this perspective. I decided this was a great idea when there is a business conflict, you tend to get rat holed into it bills..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"All. Top ever throat stop badgering by Gabriel, but stop stop even emails Email straight from Hayes upbringing, but keep reading going. They would respond with shut your mouth through Email going to they would respond with a two to three page e. Time suck explaining why? The report wasn't solved. Jeez. Oh, lord. Everybody would end up spending forty five minutes. Thoughtfully banging out over in electron answer. Everybody was kung FU five bucks them bump bone, and it turned out that and it turned out that when he blasted criticisms like that out into the network. He would find out that there were they were right? And they had just thought they just had thought the situation through very carefully. The executive was just not aware of all the reasons that that they got to that point because he did not follow the process. I try to tell this guy that the electron it criticism was pretty insensitive. I suggested that heat I suggested that he to the next committee that he to the next committee Muzquiz on this is all transcribe down. Right. This is great. Yeah. With the team and say, look, I really didn't like this. And let me tell you why. And then they'd get a chance to say. Well, let me tell you the problem. I don't know how many hours we wasted answering electric messages just to address something that he could have been that could have been settled during a brief hallway conversations. I don't ever see Email sipping. We was signed something via Email when you give people orders via Email when you manage via Email. It does not work. It just does not it just doesn't work that just doesn't like managing via. Now. It's text. That's nounce texting you know, managing through through texting. And I see an again, we're talking some people say, well, we'll Bill Campbell sounds old school guys. Listen, he was coaching apple apple-eating technology company in the world. They have more cash in the Bank than most countries. I know it's crazy. Google the Google, they're huge YouTube Facebook, trust me, these big companies. They're not managing via Email principle. Number nine, maintain a culture of respect. This is big Bill. Campbell says the title doesn't mean much unless you can either unless you can earn their respect as leader..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"This is a controversial idea that we will t- up. We will take another thirty second stretch break that might seem like a second. Then we'll come back. This is what a Bill Campbell says he learned from Steve Jobs. Maybe he's the coach. But he also throughout the most is his learning. He says this the one thing I learned from Steve is to hire a great person for every single position in the company, aka never stopped hiring. Every person has to be great. You can't just accept mediocrity. Because that's what you have. It's a low paying position you can't there's somebody else out to that can take the job and do something really wonderful with it. I hired good people and count on them to provide me with the knowledge and understanding of the position. I don't have z. He never stopped interviewing he's instructing his clients. Never stop interviewing Z what if you're already fully staff. And you already have five employees is why can't you stop interviewing? I think we're the most difficult things for a business owner to do is if they have an average employee a single coma see rate. Let's see solid. See it pass barely. And they don't do enough to just force themselves. Get fired. And yet the business owner doesn't upgrade them when they have the opportunity to upgrade they've been your so long. They bitter related Muhsin their training. And there was somebody very well. You know last year, you honored them with an award in Cincinnati been horrible. All these different reasons, we come back from the break, we shall get more into the ample examples of business coaching one on one with the world's best business. Coach Bill Campbell. Dr Z, we're we're back. There's been a bit along break. I did. I miss you. Right here the whole time. No, okay. Now, I want to ask here. We're talking today about Bill Campbell. Is it crazy to you that one business coach worked with the top ten most valuable companies on plan? I mean, does that blow your mind? No, not at all really know because what happens is is that the cool kids that hang out in the cool, the cool kid club like the cool billionaire club..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Switch careers at age thirty nine. No, you don't know hits really close to home thirty nine. Yeah. A lot of things you could do. I mean, I could do. I mean, the listener out there. I mean, there's a lot of people who didn't really get started until after this point. And I think a lot of people say, well, it's too late or or I've already missed my opportunity. And that's that's bull. I just don't buy into that. I think if you have that passion you have that drive. You've got the the the wherewithal. And the idea you've got something that you want to see come to fruition. I mean, go for it. You only got one life to live make the very most of it saying if you're not wasting so much time watching TV or or sleep in for ten hours a day. I mean, there's a lot of opportunity time that you may not really be realizing grab it and use it. Quick fact hero quick facts. We do the show every day. So I've got these stats baked into my cranium. And Jason you can put a link to on the show notes. But the average American according to Nielsen watches TV five point two hours per day, and is on social media over two hours a day. So that is almost a full time job for most people after breaks. It is a fulltime job. Sure. But I'm saying to you out there at the age of thirty nine he was coaching football unsuccessfully. I might have because is not necessarily a powerhouse for football. So after the age of forty he decided to join J Walter Thompson the advertising agency, and then Kodak where he rose to run Kodak's European business systems business. He ran that European film business now nineteen eighty three now. Okay. So this is like eight forty three. This is what's crazy? He left Kodak which was a fourteen billion dollar company right to join apple a ninety million dollar company in his own mother thought he. Was crazy now. Listen, listen, they're thrives at the age of forty three. He left a huge company. Kodak a fourteen billion dollar company. Kodak was huge. Remember before smartphones. Everybody was praying. He left that coveted go. Join apple all right age forty three then while working for apple. He was hired to become apples VP of marketing and into run Apple's Claris software division from that point forward. A win. Scully refused to spin Claris off into its own independent company. Campbell decided to move on he left he left then he ran into it. And he went on to have major success running into it. Now at a certain point after the age of fifty all right Bill Campbell average of fifty he decided to become the CEO of a company called the Gold Corporation a startup pioneering in tablet, operating system industry. So we've all seen the ipad, the iphone they have that. That touchscreen technology. That's what he worked on. And the go company was sold at a certain point nineteen Ninety-three when Bill Campbell was fifty two AT and T. So the age of fifty he starts career three let me you about career three. He says what I'm gonna do is. I'm going to work for free. So in nineteen ninety seven age fifty seven and beyond. He began to work with Steve Jobs for free with Amazon for free started working with Google for free started working with Facebook for free. You gotta listen to the interview with Eric Schmidt on the Tim Ferriss show. You can hear all this stuff..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"You know, close to a decade seven eight years, I square and Twitter at all the vacuuming all your stories stories. I wanna know a story about getting rich quick. I don't have those stories bad again. That's why just be so careful careful about who you partner with because certain people can't handle the truth will on that note. If I could add one more thing before you close it's a lot of people. See it two ways. It's you have to be able to speak into mainly employee's because partners. You can be honest with coaching clients, you can be honest with paying for the service or they're invested some house. So there's a higher level of honesty, you can take with them. But for somebody who is just like an employee than the company people think there's two roads you either need to tell them what they need to hear or tell them what they want to hear. But right in that little middle sweet spot. Is you tell them what they can handle. And you find okay, I know that I can give them x amount of information without their head exploding that way, they still feel like they are going in the right direction. They're informed. But I'm not going to give them a reason to be catatonic. As example, I'd say let's say five six five or six years ago, we had employees who was awesome, cutting hair. But a personal disaster. It would come in just in cut hair all day. And then occasionally on the way out when we're sixteenth in Boston. She would Klay. How's your day? Great great. How are you walking out? What's going on? I might be pregnant this multiple times. You've heard this from the same person. It's like I am. Can we prayed for you, you know, or sports like my ex you wouldn't believe what he said. And it's every day. There's never a time where out of the drama free dramas river. And so it's a weird situation because when we had to promote somebody I had to promote somebody for a management position. Yeah. It's clear to everybody who works there, except for her that there's no way you could put in charge. Jason why can you not put in emotionally nuclear person in charge of managing people. Because as soon as something goes like crazy, they're going to hit that nuclear launch button. They're gonna blow everything to kingdom. Come. And then it's gonna be the slow or hastily downfall of your company. So I just remember I'm standing in front of our sixteenth in Boston location. And she goes, and my even being considered for management, and I remember going what are names in the hat. That's a hat and then that name in the hat. There's three names and your name is in that hat as what we're looking for is very emotionally stable consistent hardworking people. That's what I am. That's why they don't even say it. Right. So again, that's that's that's probably the hardest. That's one of the top principles prince whenever eleven work on the people, then the problem. Yes. Bill Campbell says it's not working, and I'm going to help you in your next role..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"So if you go there your first exam is free you've been doing this for a long time. You have sixty five patients day, what would happen if you got distracted and decided to take personal phone calls, while helping just patients will I mean, there's a number of things. So even before the phone call if I'm distracted, then you're really not getting that quality service that we were talking about just a minute ago. So it's present time consciousness. I mean that's been been my mantra what I'm all about ever since they won. Because when I'm living at adjustment. It's hard to heart and soul to soul. I mean, there's a an energy connection. It's not just a mash on bones. But yeah, I mean. I do not answer my phone. My family knows don't don't call me unless you know, even if the house on fire fire department, you know, but I mean, if they call back toback, they know if it's not a true true emergency. I mean, still not gonna use the phone, but I'll get to it as quickly as I can. But if it's true emergency don't even call twice, and you've set it up where if they absolutely need to get a hold of you can call your office. They can call the office the. Yeah, the latest let me know. Hey, there really is an emergency. That's very different than the mobile. Office. Nobody. Yeah. I mean that moment is yours. That's very different than the rest of the world. Oh, yeah. There is the world. Never does that. Kids aren't playing in the corner. Had a funny story that Anita share. But it's far from the past reckon shirt, but I will give no details as to who. It may be the people will go, you're horrible. This guy pulled me aside. And he says, hey, man, I today, I was you know, my wife, and I were you know, of do, you know, we're kind of just doing a little. A phone call like. What what what what is? I get a phone call and I did. The answer the phone. He's like we'll do. I saw the call coming through like. No, no. And I go you do this a lot don't you? Do you do this a lot? And he says well the other day today, we were kind of you're doing, you know, and then the phone rang, and I might get out of here. That's he he wouldn't turn his phone off at night. And then like, so do you sleep with your phone on goes? Yes, how often do you get woken up with like Diener update or short? Ding us all the time. Yeah. I don't recall having a full night's sleep. A lot of say, you shouldn't even charge it and you're like in the same room being another room. So I'm just saying out there live a structured life. Think about the things you're going to say no to create those new boundaries now principle number four Bill. Campbell wrote spend your days doing not planning. This is an example from Bill Campbell's life. He liked to spend his Saturday, mornings planning. And then he liked to go ninety miles an hour during the week, but he's finished weekend. Replanning every every Saturday reprint replanning recalibrating refocusing. But then during the week, he would just go Dr brick when do you do? Most of your strategic planning. I do it in the morning. And so, you know, like him my schedule is very similar a lot of people will ask me if it seems boring or Monday, but it really doesn't. It's a matter of I know where I've got to be win and what's going on. And and so I'm not guessing or or you know, trying to figure it out in the last moment. But then, yeah, we'd take some extra time on the weekend to you know, work on the business and on in the business. You know, Bill came less has an another principal when a share with everybody the principal called. He says your company must have unifying products and principles pretzel. Number five. This is important because every company has its own culture..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"And then you hold onto it for ten years. Don't you? Yes. The by the box, right? You wanna start playing with the box. But I mean, okay now, Google Google. Jason why do you like Google and not Yahoo? Google takes me exam. Where I need to go. And they just they found a way to figure out their algorithm toward their faster and just overall better. And I don't have to get news updates about random crap. I don't care about right? That's huge for me. I don't wanna go on the internet black hole. And I don't even wanna know what's going on with most things. I mean, I don't wanna know. I don't want the negativity of the world to block out what I'm searching for. And I really don't care about who's upset about Trump Obama. I just want search for Tulsa dog training and find a good trainer for my dog. Every time you log on. It's just that beautiful graphic. They don't Swami with terrorist attacks or what people voting for. It's great. It's unbelievable. It's that's the kind of stuff you're going to find with the companies that Bill Campbell coached now principal. We'll let me read the notable quotable here from Bill Campbell this Bill Campbell. This article is featured in Forbes, and I will make sure I put a Lincoln the show. It says first of all I don't really take the company to coach unless the founder is passionate and really wants to create something durable. Once you get the founder and the CEO. Oh, you just want to find out. What makes them tick? You're trying to understand what they want to get out of their management team. Then you try to spend time with the team and then put processes in place. I'm not going to tell Larry page and Sergei Brin. How do their search engine algorithms that Google I'm just I'm just trying to bring what they're doing to life? So think about that. He's not getting in there as a coach and saying this is how you should code your website. And what he's doing? He's he's saying, hey, let's get the management team rolling in the same direction. That's what he would do now principle. Number two is trust your managers and make sure they trust their subordinates, Dr brick. What does that mean trust issues? I mean, you've got to you've got to trust that everybody knows their job is doing their job, and and that flows from the top all the way down. So I mean, you know, in that you've got the managers, and then the people below but starts at the top. I don't know if anybody can relate to this. But I can guts terrible when you have somebody doing management, and you don't trust that they're actually doing their job. Right. It's awful. It is awful go in steps to to prevent that. With the you know video cameras surveillance giving more security, and then also the call recording. I agree with Dr breakfast said you put in the call recording clarity voices a program we recommend you put in the video cameras. I agree with all. That. And I wanted to pile on with this Jason elfin the room if we have to write somebody up for, you know, breaking a policy where do we have to put that file we send that immediately as soon as as soon as it's been signed by who it's being documented for by the management and by third party. So we can just verify all the information. We immediately upload that to our disciplinary folder in dropbox. Now, I can tell you this though, I've had situations before where I've had to deal with unemployment situation. And I go to look for the files. Right. And they're not there. And I asked the manager. Hey, where are these? And they say I forgot that really kills trust. Because I have to go back verify every time just as recently as yesterday. I was looking for some core source documents on dropbox and a member my teams like, oh, yeah, they're they're they're they're yes. Yes. And they're not there. And so that's tough. And that's why you just gotta trust but verify trust but verify 'cause if you just blindly trust really put you in a bad situation when you assume it makes a at of U N me notable quotable from Bill Campbell coming in hot..

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"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"bill campbell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"This is what Sheryl Sandberg has to say about the book billion trillion dollar coach in Bill Campbell. She said Bill shared his wisdom. Generously expecting nothing. But the joy he got from teaching others. I was privileged to have him as my coach for several years many times since then when asked for advice by others. I think of Bill and tried to live up to the example, he set John door. One of the top venture capitalists of all time. The chairman at Kleiner Perkins writes. Bill was world class listener hall of fame mentor in the wisest man, I've ever met his ambitious carrying accountable transparent profane humanity built the culture at Google and dozens of other companies into what they are today. Love was bill's distinguishing trait. He got love and he got family. I miss you coach Susan the CEO of YouTube rights whenever I had a tough decision to make. I think about Bill Campbell. What would Bill do I him so much? He had a gift for helping people to realize their full potential and getting organizations to work. Well, together trillion dollar coach the book has done a great job of capturing what made Bill special to me and others the current CEO of Google rights whenever I saw Bill. He gave me perspective about what really matters at the end of the day. It's the people in your life Bill had such strong principles around community. And how to bring people together he used those principles detailed in the book trillion dollar coach to form the. Dacian of Google's leadership training. So all of our leaders can continue to learn from Bill. So I want you guys to think about this for a second the same coach was working with the founders of square and Twitter, Jack Dorsey Google. Apple that's a lot of big Amazon. Huge. I mean think about this bubble quick survey Dr breath. Did you buy something on Amazon this week? Yes. Okay. That's a make a point four youth. Jason did you buy anything this week off of Amazon either personally or for business? I four days out of this week. I did unbelievable. That's that's knowledge. Now think about this Jason have used Google in the last twenty four hours. I use Google within the past fifteen minutes. Right. Okay. Break-up use Google within the past twenty four hours. Yes. Okay. Now another question these are profound about this. I mean, everybody listening. Here's probably used what are these products? We've we've mentioned already now how many of you have used Dr break if you ever used into it or turbo tax that. There we go get what about square Jason abused square or Twitter. I have used square more than of us Twitter, but I've used both. This is unbelievable talk about an impact. I mean, this guy shaped the the world as we as we know it so much of what you're using today was shaped by guy, we've never heard of another example, Ben Horowitz, the man who built and sold ops wear to Hewlett Packard for one point six billion dollars of cash rights. No matter who you are you need to kinds of friends in your life. The first kind is one who can call you and something good happens. And you need someone who will be excited for you. Not a fake excitement veiling envy. But he real excitement you need someone who will actually be more excited for you. Then he would be if that happened to him the second kind of friend is somebody who can call you who you can call and things. Go horribly wrong when your life is on the line, and you only have one phone call who's going to be Bill Campbell is both both of those. Ends been Horowitz. So again Bill Campbell. We're talking about a guy who is so massive so successful such an impact, but people are going. I've never heard about this guy. I don't know a single thing that he's taught people can you get some specifics. Okay. So when I did the days I decided to do a deep deep deep dive into Bill Campbell. Watching interviews. Listening to podcasts, by the way. There's a great new interview that just came out with Tim Ferriss and Eric Schmidt. The author of trillion dollar coach in a CEO of Google where he interviews him about Bill Campbell. I wanna put a link to the Tim Ferriss show on our show that as an entire podcast devoted to Tim Ferriss interviewing Eric Schmidt about his relationship with Bill Campbell..

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