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"sethi" Discussed on For the Love of Podcast

For the Love of Podcast

05:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"sethi" Discussed on For the Love of Podcast

"And it's evolving so quickly to your point. Two years ago is very different landscape than what exists today and two years from now. We'll be very different than today. And it's just it's amazing to watch and witnesses digital revolution. That's happening this information. Ability to use information as a as a good to empower people's lives. One thing that i i love would love to know more about which i don't know too much in my research. I understand that you worked closely with remit sethi in. Who's the author of. I will teach you to be rich. So what would what would you do with him. Are you still working with him. And maybe what are some of the things that you game. Because i've i've followed him and he's doing he's done some amazing work as well. Yeah i worked for him fulltime for about a year and a half before joined teachable. So admittedly teachable. Poach me from me. And at the time. I was the head of his launch team. So remit has really wonderful online programs at the time. I can't really speak to his programs now. Just because i'm not sure. His business has evolved as so many. Have and i haven't worked for embraer's we had courses that helped people book their dream job or launch their own business and we were doing eighteen campaigns a year more than a month than remotely fifty of us. We're all working together before we all had the more modern version of being forced to do that. Like this was at a time. And you know people working in regular jobs and i was just working at home in my studio apartment but what was fascinating about working. It's company is that you really got an insight into not only how he was structuring his courses. How he was helping people achieve an outcome but also how he was marketing. Everything and the copywriters that i met working at roommates company are some of the most fascinating people to talk to because you may think the copywriting is about words but really it's about understanding people and the way to day thought and analyzed what they should say in different places and what people might be feeling and what they should say to meet them at. Those feelings was insane. I feel like. I really opened my mind to the psychology behind being an only business owner. So working for me. Was i think a real pleasure especially in getting to meet all of the other people who worked for him alongside him and i reported to him for a bit not the whole time. I was there. But i really respect. A lot of what remained has done to build up his company and in a lot of ways i think he was a bit ahead of his time. But also say is that we've talked about things..

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"sethi" Discussed on The Frug Life

The Frug Life

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Frug Life

"Welcome to the for life. Today i got an email from ra meet sethi with ten money rules and i thought it was interesting enough that i wanted to share it with you my audience. If you don't know where meat sethi is the author of. I will teach you to be rich and i'm pretty sure. I shared a review of his book on this podcast f. So they'll be lincoln the show notes to that episode so let's dive right into it. Rule one always have one year of emergency fund. Cash or meet goes onto explain. He used to say six months but after covid nineteen. He's up to twelve months. And you know. I agree with this idea now. You personally don't necessarily need to have twelve months but if you do want to have twelve months i support you in that one of the purposes of having money at least in my mind is peace of mind and of having twelve months of expenses. Saved up in cash gives you that gives you peace of mind. I say it's money while used some people might say it's too much money that you should have less of an emergency fund an icee in the way that benefits you the most his next role role to is save ten percent invest twenty percent of gross annual income. I think this also is a pretty good roll. My heart isn't set on the percentages in particular f. You know me. I save and invest everything i can. I don't even know the number offhand. I should try to calculate it. I suppose but in a chapter of my life where. I am living pretty much as frugally as i can where i am investing as much as i can and saving as much as i can. I think for most people this ten percent saving and twenty percent investing is a good number. So i say you can go higher. But you probably shouldn't go. Lower now also uses this point to say that he can spend money on small things and not worry about it like spending money. On appetizers next is rule three be able to pay in full for large expenses before spending for important purchases. Save enough. that cost is not the primary factor in my decision and that is also one hundred percent. True you don't want to finance your wedding on debt. I guess the only exception for that is a house. He says a house. But if you live in california like me buying a house in cash is simply not possible unless you are so well to do. But in general. I agree with this principle as well. I say never get into consumer debt. Always pay off your credit card. Don't borrow for things that aren't a house is role for never questioned spending money on books appetizers health or donating to a friend's charity fundraiser. Into this i say question spending money on whatever you want. As far as books are concerned go to the library and check out a book for free. If fact that's how. I read remains book. I went to the library. Checked it out and read it for free and so books are invaluable sources of knowledge. But you actually don't necessarily need to buy them you can borrow them and you get all the knowledge. So if you are spending tons of money at barnes noble buying paper books maybe you should question that. And as far as appetizers go just eating an entree without an appetizer might be effective dieting for you so again you could with good reason questioned spending money on an appetizer. Now as a treat. Definitely treat yourself so. That's okay when you spend money on your health. You have to be aware of what you're spending your money on. There is a whole industry of health supplements that do little to nothing for you and so also you should question what you spend on health. Because some things don't do anything and they cost a lot of buddy and as for the last point he was making your friends charity fundraiser. While maybe my new nickname is going to have to be mister scrooge. Instead of mr frugh. But you're under no obligation to donate to your friends. Charity fundraiser f. You don't want to if you do go for it but if you don't you have no obligation. His next rule rule five is business class on flights over four hours and to this rule. I say that's nonsense. You can fly coach like everybody else. Actually i ve very rarely been on a four hour flight. So maybe i'm not the best one to a pine on this but personally i'm definitely not an a place to fly business class everywhere. Roll number six by the best. Keep it as long as possible and this rule is potentially pretty good if you buy good and they last longtime you're probably going to be better off than you bought very cheap stuff and let it wear out real quick especially with tools and equipment. I think a good pair of boots will last you a long time. A cheap pair of boots will not last you a long time and you'll be miserable every step of the way rule. Seven no limit on spending for health or education and also to this. I say oh yes. There should be a limit true. Investing in your health can be a good idea. He specifically mentions a personal trainer. And if that is helpful to you you may have health benefits that the financial costs. But that's not a free ticket for anything you want. Likewise when he says education he specifically mentioned courses events etc. but also. I think that is a bad idea. There are no blank checks for example if you wanted to go to an expensive private school and would put you like a million dollars in debt. I say no no way. Don't go a million dollars in debt for anything now. Maybe a million dollars is kind of an exaggeration but at the same time he said no limit. So what's stopping me. Rule eight earn enough to work. Only with people i respect and like i think this is a great goal. I'm not sure about how good it is. As a rule in fact it may be kind of difficult to live by that rule number nine mary. The right person which also is a great rule. Shout out to mrs frugh okay. Roll number ten prioritize time outside the spreadsheet a rich life is lived outside the spreadsheet running in another monte. Carlo analysis won't change things at a certain point. You won the game. Now get out of your chair and turn the page to the next chapter. And i guess i should specify these are ra meets rules for himself and he says your rules may be different. In fact i'd go on to say your rules should be different. You can set your own financial rules for yourself. And i'm hoping to share some of my rules with you more in depth in the near future all right. Well thank you for listening to today's episode of the show. I hope you enjoyed and has always stay frugal.

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"sethi" Discussed on The Frug Life

The Frug Life

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Frug Life

"I got an email from ra meet sethi with ten money rules and i thought it was interesting enough that i wanted to share it with you my audience. If you don't know where meat sethi is the author of. I will teach you to be rich and i'm pretty sure. I shared a review of his book on this podcast f. So they'll be lincoln the show notes to that episode so let's dive right into it. Rule one always have one year of emergency fund. Cash or meet goes onto explain. He used to say six months but after covid nineteen. He's up to twelve months. And you know. I agree with this idea now. You personally don't necessarily need to have twelve months but if you do want to have twelve months i support you in that one of the purposes of having money at least in my mind is peace of mind and of having twelve months of expenses. Saved up in cash gives you that gives you peace of mind. I say it's money while used some people might say it's too much money that you should have less of an emergency fund an icee in the way that benefits you the most his next role role to is save ten percent invest twenty percent of gross annual income. I think this also is a pretty good roll. My heart isn't set on the percentages in particular f. You know me. I save and invest everything i can. I don't even know the number offhand. I should try to calculate it. I suppose but in a chapter of my life where. I am living pretty much as frugally as i can where i am investing as much as i can and saving as much as i can. I think for most people this ten percent saving and twenty percent investing is a good number. So i say you can go higher. But you probably shouldn't go. Lower now also uses this point to say that he can spend money on small things and not worry about it like spending money. On appetizers next is rule three be able to pay in full for large expenses before spending for important purchases. Save enough. that cost is not the primary factor in my decision and that is also one hundred percent. True you don't want to finance your wedding on debt. I guess the only exception for that is a house. He says a house. But if you live in california like me buying a house in cash is simply not possible unless you are so well to do. But in general. I agree with this principle as well. I say never get into consumer debt. Always pay off your credit card. Don't borrow for things that aren't a house is role for never questioned spending money on books appetizers health or donating to a friend's charity fundraiser. Into this i say question spending money on whatever you want. As far as books are concerned go to the library and check out a book for free. If fact that's how. I read remains book. I went to the library. Checked it out and read it for free and so books are invaluable sources of knowledge. But you actually don't necessarily need to buy them you can borrow them and you get all the knowledge. So if you are spending tons of money at barnes noble buying paper books maybe you should question that. And as far as appetizers go just eating an entree without an appetizer might be effective dieting for you so again you could with good reason questioned spending money on an appetizer. Now as a treat. Definitely treat yourself so. That's okay when you spend money on your health. You have to be aware of what you're spending your money on. There is a whole industry of health supplements that do little to nothing for you and so also you should question what you spend on health. Because some things don't do anything and they cost a lot of buddy and as for the last point he was making your friends charity fundraiser. While maybe my new nickname is going to have to be mister scrooge. Instead of mr frugh. But you're under no obligation to donate to your friends. Charity fundraiser f. You don't want to if you do go for it but if you don't you have no obligation. His next rule rule five is business class on flights over four hours and to this rule. I say that's nonsense. You can fly coach like everybody else. Actually i ve very rarely been on a four hour flight. So maybe i'm not the best one to a pine on this but personally i'm definitely not an a place to fly business class everywhere. Roll number six by the best. Keep it as long as possible and this rule is potentially pretty good if you buy good and they last longtime you're probably going to be better off than you bought very cheap stuff and let it wear out real quick especially with tools and equipment. I think a good pair of boots will last you a long time. A cheap pair of boots will not last you a long time and you'll be miserable every step of the way rule. Seven no limit on spending for health or education and also to this. I say oh yes. There should be a limit true. Investing in your health can be a good idea. He specifically mentions a personal trainer. And if that is helpful to you you may have health benefits that the financial costs. But that's not a free ticket for anything you want. Likewise when he says education he specifically mentioned courses events etc. but also. I think that is a bad idea. There are no blank checks for example if you wanted to go to an expensive private school and would put you like a million dollars in debt. I say no no way. Don't go a million dollars in debt for anything now. Maybe a million dollars is kind of an exaggeration but at the same time he said no limit. So what's stopping me. Rule eight earn enough to work. Only with people i respect and like i think this is a great goal. I'm not sure about how good it is. As a rule in fact it may be kind of difficult to live by that rule number nine mary. The right person which also is a great rule. Shout out to mrs frugh okay. Roll number ten prioritize time outside the spreadsheet a rich life is lived outside the spreadsheet running in another monte. Carlo analysis won't change things at a certain point. You won the game. Now get out of your chair and turn the page to the next chapter. And i guess i should specify these are ra meets rules for himself and he says your rules may be different. In fact i'd go on to say your rules should be different. You can set your own financial rules for

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Ramit Sethi's 10 Money Rules

The Frug Life

07:15 min | 4 months ago

Ramit Sethi's 10 Money Rules

"I got an email from ra meet sethi with ten money rules and i thought it was interesting enough that i wanted to share it with you my audience. If you don't know where meat sethi is the author of. I will teach you to be rich and i'm pretty sure. I shared a review of his book on this podcast f. So they'll be lincoln the show notes to that episode so let's dive right into it. Rule one always have one year of emergency fund. Cash or meet goes onto explain. He used to say six months but after covid nineteen. He's up to twelve months. And you know. I agree with this idea now. You personally don't necessarily need to have twelve months but if you do want to have twelve months i support you in that one of the purposes of having money at least in my mind is peace of mind and of having twelve months of expenses. Saved up in cash gives you that gives you peace of mind. I say it's money while used some people might say it's too much money that you should have less of an emergency fund an icee in the way that benefits you the most his next role role to is save ten percent invest twenty percent of gross annual income. I think this also is a pretty good roll. My heart isn't set on the percentages in particular f. You know me. I save and invest everything i can. I don't even know the number offhand. I should try to calculate it. I suppose but in a chapter of my life where. I am living pretty much as frugally as i can where i am investing as much as i can and saving as much as i can. I think for most people this ten percent saving and twenty percent investing is a good number. So i say you can go higher. But you probably shouldn't go. Lower now also uses this point to say that he can spend money on small things and not worry about it like spending money. On appetizers next is rule three be able to pay in full for large expenses before spending for important purchases. Save enough. that cost is not the primary factor in my decision and that is also one hundred percent. True you don't want to finance your wedding on debt. I guess the only exception for that is a house. He says a house. But if you live in california like me buying a house in cash is simply not possible unless you are so well to do. But in general. I agree with this principle as well. I say never get into consumer debt. Always pay off your credit card. Don't borrow for things that aren't a house is role for never questioned spending money on books appetizers health or donating to a friend's charity fundraiser. Into this i say question spending money on whatever you want. As far as books are concerned go to the library and check out a book for free. If fact that's how. I read remains book. I went to the library. Checked it out and read it for free and so books are invaluable sources of knowledge. But you actually don't necessarily need to buy them you can borrow them and you get all the knowledge. So if you are spending tons of money at barnes noble buying paper books maybe you should question that. And as far as appetizers go just eating an entree without an appetizer might be effective dieting for you so again you could with good reason questioned spending money on an appetizer. Now as a treat. Definitely treat yourself so. That's okay when you spend money on your health. You have to be aware of what you're spending your money on. There is a whole industry of health supplements that do little to nothing for you and so also you should question what you spend on health. Because some things don't do anything and they cost a lot of buddy and as for the last point he was making your friends charity fundraiser. While maybe my new nickname is going to have to be mister scrooge. Instead of mr frugh. But you're under no obligation to donate to your friends. Charity fundraiser f. You don't want to if you do go for it but if you don't you have no obligation. His next rule rule five is business class on flights over four hours and to this rule. I say that's nonsense. You can fly coach like everybody else. Actually i ve very rarely been on a four hour flight. So maybe i'm not the best one to a pine on this but personally i'm definitely not an a place to fly business class everywhere. Roll number six by the best. Keep it as long as possible and this rule is potentially pretty good if you buy good and they last longtime you're probably going to be better off than you bought very cheap stuff and let it wear out real quick especially with tools and equipment. I think a good pair of boots will last you a long time. A cheap pair of boots will not last you a long time and you'll be miserable every step of the way rule. Seven no limit on spending for health or education and also to this. I say oh yes. There should be a limit true. Investing in your health can be a good idea. He specifically mentions a personal trainer. And if that is helpful to you you may have health benefits that the financial costs. But that's not a free ticket for anything you want. Likewise when he says education he specifically mentioned courses events etc. but also. I think that is a bad idea. There are no blank checks for example if you wanted to go to an expensive private school and would put you like a million dollars in debt. I say no no way. Don't go a million dollars in debt for anything now. Maybe a million dollars is kind of an exaggeration but at the same time he said no limit. So what's stopping me. Rule eight earn enough to work. Only with people i respect and like i think this is a great goal. I'm not sure about how good it is. As a rule in fact it may be kind of difficult to live by that rule number nine mary. The right person which also is a great rule. Shout out to mrs frugh okay. Roll number ten prioritize time outside the spreadsheet a rich life is lived outside the spreadsheet running in another monte. Carlo analysis won't change things at a certain point. You won the game. Now get out of your chair and turn the page to the next chapter. And i guess i should specify these are ra meets rules for himself and he says your rules may be different. In fact i'd go on to say your rules should be different. You can set your own financial rules for

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"sethi" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"sethi" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"Top performers. Find dream jobs in a completely different way than apple. Kits average applicants are passive. They put their resume online. And wait top performers take a totally different approach and finding a dream job is a skill you learn the skill ulan the job. I love it. Yeah because i. I definitely struggle with the first one that you mentioned just like 'cause you wanna be a grateful person you want. You want to be thankful for what you have. But i also think there can be a barrier there with kind of settling in with saying well. I'm not going to try for the dream. Because i'm just gonna. I'm just grateful. Have something and i'm just gonna play small and stay with that. So i love that i love dressing. I am happy. But i'm not satisfied and you can be both. You can be happy and grateful but not satisfied and we have people that work at my company. They are employees. They've been here for years and they're happy they're paid well but they're not satisfied in certain areas of their life nor am i so there might be an area where i'm like. You know what. I really want to get better at photography or you know what. I'm actually good with this right now. I'm really happy and satisfied with how this area of life is working out for me. I'm good so it's not that we always need to be climbing some invisible ladder their areas of life. But if you're listening to this my guess is that you might not be satisfied with your job. You might maybe not but you might want to get paid more. So for example we teach people how to get substantial raises. Ten thousand to eighty thousand dollar raises. We teach people who used to have to commute an hour hour and a half every day how to get a zero commute job working remotely. These are the kind of things where you you start to imagine in your life and if you're playing small you will instantly talk yourself out of it well. I don't deserve that. That might work. Well if i went to college. I don't know. Because if i got that pay i'd have a lot more responsibility. Trust yourself if you got paid ten thousand dollars more like we can show you the dream program or twenty five thousand dollars more. Trust in yourself that you would be smart enough to know how to handle those responsibilities. I trust myself. And i think you could trust yourself as well. I love it so as i mentioned. We're huge fans. So i happen to know which if everyone listening doesn't already follow me on instagram. You need to my favorite other than just learning all the practical tips and and all the mindset. Things is when you troll your trolls. That's my favorite are always learn something to and it's just empowering but anyway. We're not talking about trolls today. Since i'm a fan. I happen to know that you and your partner moved from new york to la this last year. Which isn't necessarily a career change although oftentimes moving can have to do that but it's more of a life change. I just wondered if you would share with us a little bit about how you guys came to that decision. And maybe if there were any barriers along the way or any self doubting moments or difficulties with that because it's just such a big change in a lot of people are facing stuff like that this year. Yeah we're all facing change in one way or another and my wife. And i had lived in new york for over ten years. That's actually where we met and <hes>. When covid happened. I have a general life rule in times like traumatic times. Which is that. Panic is bad but overreaction is good and this all happened because i took on <hes> trauma and how certain people survive when others do not in things like <hes> fires etc and. I remember back in college reading all these stories about people who they saw something bad happening and they were like we gotta get outta here and they moved fast and that was a big so when covid happened i turned to my wife and i said we gotta go. And maybe it's because. I watched too many batman movies. I saw those those bridges getting lifted up. I was like we gotta get outta yeah and <hes>. I remember texting my friends on what's app and they were like. What are you talking about. It was that early that people were not really leaving or thinking about leaving so we did and we were fortunate to be able to move fast and we had saved money so we were not <hes>. Money was not the primary limiter for us. It was how fast can we move and <hes>. We moved outside the city for a few months. And i have to tell you you know. I don't really love change. I like my routines you know. And so being there was you know we. We're not gonna complain. We were fortunate to be safe. But we're not routine and then finally my wife suggested. Hey we're both from california. We've thought about moving to california. Why don't we give it a shot. Let's just see how it is and if we like it we can stay in if not we can come back to new york and our families are also in california so it made it very appealing to us. And if it wasn't for her. I probably would not have done it because like i said i don't love change but she's pushed me to be a little bit more adventurous and i said all right. Let's try and so we made the move and we love we love l. a. There's so many things we love. I'm still getting used to needing a car but <hes>. We do. I wake up every day and open the door and expected to be frigid or humid. And it's not it's always the same. I love it <hes>. And i think one lesson. I learned <hes>. Which i think maybe all of us can apply at some point in our life. Is that whether it's a a life decision or a negotiation. Eighty percent of the work is really done before you ever walk in the room. You walk into a room and if you're negotiating your salary that work has already been done with the way you approach job the way you filled out your cover letter how you talk to them in your interview. Same thing with us moving. We did not have to worry about savings because we'd been saving ahead of time <hes>. That stuff having those foundational fundamentals done ahead of time allows us all to make nimble moves when it calls it and just when add one last thing. We don't have kids so that definitely makes things simpler. There are lots of parents who can't just pick up and pack up and move across the country instantly. So we're all dealing with different things. But i guess the lesson. I learned back all the way back in college you know. Don't panic but overreaction is good in times like this. that's what eventually brought us across the country.

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Ramit Sethi - How To Start Your Own Thing

The $100 MBA Show

06:02 min | 8 months ago

Ramit Sethi - How To Start Your Own Thing

"A follower in a student of her meets cities worked for the past eight years. And i love his take on building sensible sustainable businesses and a practical step by step way his book. I will teach you to be rich is a must read here on the hundred armed. Ba and for good reason. It's a sensible practical guide on getting your personal finances in order. One of the things that we discuss in today's guest interview is a lot of your money. Problems can be solved by making just a little bit more money. Earning more income. But how do you build that business to allow you to do. So how do you get started. And that's what we get into in today's episode. We're through meet sadie if you want to take it beyond today's episode then you're gonna want to check our meets new program called earn -able more about that later. But if you're curious you can head onto i w t dot com slash earn. But for. now we're going to segue into my conversation with ramiz safety on building your own thing. It's great to have your me on the show I've been a fan of your work. A follower of what you do for a very long time. It's funny because we have similar friends. You've talked about this before. And i've i've learned a lot of things through those people who learn from you. So it's great to actually get the source hunted as podcasts. And we really want to focus today on the subject of building. A business on the side were hopefully it can become their full-time thing. I want to hear a little bit about why you think this is important and and a little bit more about. Why do you think our listeners can benefit from today's lesson. When i asked people in their forties what is their number one concern. The answer is always the same money and when you think about money the way that we have been taught to think about money especially in america is one of restriction. It's sitting no no no. You can't spend money on law as no. You can't go on vacation no. You can't do anything and implicit in that. Is the idea that we only have a fixed pie. This is my money. Don't don't tax me. Don't charge me anything. Because this is all i have for the rest of my life. It's such a fixed mindset. And i have a different framework called the ceo. Framework cut. Costs is one that we're all familiar with e is for earned more and then always for optimizing your spending like negotiating your credit cards and things like that. The part is really what i want to talk about because it is so powerful. It's really a force multiplier and if we all take a hard look in the mirror we will all probably realize that. There's a limit to how much you can cut but there is no limit to how much you can earn so if you think about starting a business and you earn five hundred bucks a month for a lot of people that's life changing. Maybe you start there and you say hey i earned five hundred bucks made a couple of sales. Well maybe i could turn that into three thousand. Well if i can turn three thousand. I could turn that into thirty thousand. Of course i need to learn skills. That are different along the way. But i can see a path to that number and once you start to earn that money. You can decide. Hey do i wanna go full time on this or do i love my job and i just want to keep this on the side and spend saturdays doing it. And that's it. It gives us options. It gives us empowerment. It gives us the ability to create our rich life. So that's why. I'm excited to talk about starting a business how to do it. Pricing psychology. this is the stuff that i love talking about. All of this for those who will follow the show. They know that eyesight hustled for over a decade before. I went into full-time entrepreneurship. And one of the things that i am so thankful that side hustle period was it a gave me time with a safety net to find out. What kind of entrepreneur. i wanna be. What kind of business do i want to run. Do i like retail. Do like online too. I like products or services. And it's such a luxury to have that safety net. But i want to ask the question. At what point. How do they know how did you know it's time to say you know i'm been playing it safe site housing for a certain amount of time. One is the time to make the leap and say you know what leap of faith bell myself fulltime entrepreneurship. Here's what i did. I set a rule for myself. I'm not even going to think about leaving my fulltime job until i earn more from my side hustle. Three months consecutively. That's a pretty high bar that means that month one. I might do it onto. I didn't get it back to square one start again. So it's a pretty high bar. Why did they do that. Because i wanted to organize my finances before. I decided to make a leap because when i started a business. It's very much the same as when i go to make a purchase for something that's really important to me. I would rather save or invest. So that when i go to get that i don't have to think about money. I can get whatever i want. And that's the same way that i approached it with knowing when to make the leap now for other people that may not be the case. You may decide if i'm making x dollars per month. I'm going to make the leap fine little less conservative little bit more aggressive than my rule. 'cause i did it consecutively. But that's your rule. The key thing here is to have a rule ahead of time once you start making money generating customers you're gonna start thinking about other things and it's always good to have a guideline before you start. You can adjust it later. It's just on paper but it's good to have a rule whether it's my rule or your own personal rule for at an when you're ready to make a move

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How To Start Your Own Thing

The $100 MBA Show

04:44 min | 8 months ago

How To Start Your Own Thing

"It's great to have your me on the show I've been a fan of your work. A follower of what you do for a very long time. It's funny because we have similar friends. You've talked about this before. And i've i've learned a lot of things through those people who learn from you. So it's great to actually get the source hunted as podcasts. And we really want to focus today on the subject of building. A business on the side were hopefully it can become their full-time thing. I want to hear a little bit about why you think this is important and and a little bit more about. Why do you think our listeners can benefit from today's lesson. When i asked people in their forties what is their number one concern. The answer is always the same money and when you think about money the way that we have been taught to think about money especially in america is one of restriction. It's sitting no no no. You can't spend money on law as no. You can't go on vacation no. You can't do anything and implicit in that. Is the idea that we only have a fixed pie. This is my money. Don't don't tax me. Don't charge me anything. Because this is all i have for the rest of my life. It's such a fixed mindset. And i have a different framework called the ceo. Framework cut. Costs is one that we're all familiar with e is for earned more and then always for optimizing your spending like negotiating your credit cards and things like that. The part is really what i want to talk about because it is so powerful. It's really a force multiplier and if we all take a hard look in the mirror we will all probably realize that. There's a limit to how much you can cut but there is no limit to how much you can earn so if you think about starting a business and you earn five hundred bucks a month for a lot of people that's life changing. Maybe you start there and you say hey i earned five hundred bucks made a couple of sales. Well maybe i could turn that into three thousand. Well if i can turn three thousand. I could turn that into thirty thousand. Of course i need to learn skills. That are different along the way. But i can see a path to that number and once you start to earn that money. You can decide. Hey do i wanna go full time on this or do i love my job and i just want to keep this on the side and spend saturdays doing it. And that's it. It gives us options. It gives us empowerment. It gives us the ability to create our rich life. So that's why. I'm excited to talk about starting a business how to do it. Pricing psychology. this is the stuff that i love talking about. All of this for those who will follow the show. They know that eyesight hustled for over a decade before. I went into full-time entrepreneurship. And one of the things that i am so thankful that side hustle period was it a gave me time with a safety net to find out. What kind of entrepreneur. i wanna be. What kind of business do i want to run. Do i like retail. Do like online too. I like products or services. And it's such a luxury to have that safety net. But i want to ask the question. At what point. How do they know how did you know it's time to say you know i'm been playing it safe site housing for a certain amount of time. One is the time to make the leap and say you know what leap of faith bell myself fulltime entrepreneurship. Here's what i did. I set a rule for myself. I'm not even going to think about leaving my fulltime job until i earn more from my side hustle. Three months consecutively. That's a pretty high bar that means that month one. I might do it onto. I didn't get it back to square one start again. So it's a pretty high bar. Why did they do that. Because i wanted to organize my finances before. I decided to make a leap because when i started a business. It's very much the same as when i go to make a purchase for something that's really important to me. I would rather save or invest. So that when i go to get that i don't have to think about money. I can get whatever i want. And that's the same way that i approached it with knowing when to make the leap now for other people that may not be the case. You may decide if i'm making x dollars per month. I'm going to make the leap fine little less conservative little bit more aggressive than my rule. 'cause i did it consecutively. But that's your rule.

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03:18 min | 8 months ago

Tu-whit tu-Whoo might be buying Wondery?

"Will wonder is new owner. The amazon the wall street journal in gadget report that talks going on valuing wandering around three hundred million dollars. It might all fall apart. Both apple and sony looked into buying the company last month the released version. Two point one of their podcast measurement technical guidelines for public comment. There's no change log so we've made one for you. There's some recommendations of user agent structure apple watch and a statement about ip version six. Brian bar letter from an ad tech newsletter sounds profitable is disappointed telling us at the press release absolutely overstates the promise of client confirmed ad plays ultimately fall short on all of its other goals spotify as large twenty twenty wraps for podcasters with a personal. Look at the data your podcast. You'll find it linked from the spotify for podcasters dashboard. Steve wilson has left apple podcasts to joined los angeles podcast network q code as chief strategy officer. Poltrak has published top. Us publishers for november. Iheart radio is still number. One wondering has jumped from sixth to fourth and incomplete rancor it measures participating publishes only congratulations to jim collison. Who celebrates ten years of home gadget geeks. Today there's a special live show tonight at nine pm eastern anchor powered more than one million show launches in two thousand and twenty. According to the verge spotify says anchor shows account for more consumption in terms of time spent listening than any other third party podcast hosting or distribution provider on its platform. Well specifies made a big jump in. Us app store charts over the past few days. Joe rogan became an exclusive show this week but it also coincides with the release of year in review. An algorithm can highly viral products. That is all to brag about. Excellent music taste. Spotify made a similar jump in app store rankings. Last year when they released here reviews well anyway. Investors liked what they saw all the stock jumped by twelve point six percent yesterday. Metronome is a new landing page for podcasts. Willing to an example today. Thomas g martin was a private investigator has investigated podcast booking agencies and things. They're all rubbish in response. Somebody called designed by creatives reckons. That thomas's article is nonsense. We don't have a horse in this race. Although a bit bored of the automated emails from people wanting to be a guest on this podcast. Which is you can notice. Doesn't do guests on the seventeen bucks a month plan which is always plan. Everyone gets private feeds. Everyone gets two hundred and fifty subscribers private subscribers. That's captivates mark. Asquith in portland. A new weekly podcast about the world of podcasting. Which don't today with some sethi and with me you'll find pod land in all of your regular podcast apps probably and in australia. Rupert murdoch's news corp has teamed up with lachlan murdoch's nova entertainment to produce a set of daily news headlines. Podcasts called news feeds editions for new south wales queensland south australia and victoria or you know the murdoch's control of the media is one concern of the media diversity inquiry so there's that to

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"sethi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"sethi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's not about Jesus saving them. It's about the idea of the second coming of Seth. The the Neel Sethi ins were considered reptilian shape shifters. Or, they said, they look like reptilian with a shape shifted. Now when you're talking about healing when you're talking about the experts were talking about covert 19. When you're talking about all these things we talk about. It all throws us back to the idea of the medical doctor or the medicine and the ancient symbol for medicine is that produces and that produces is either a snake intertwined on a pole with wings or it's one snake. As the healing one of the neo Sophy in meaning that the answer is in the reptilian. The answer is the reptilian way of changing or or somehow converting. Human beings into something more than being human. Well, the two wants you spoke of the one of her babies is someone of magic, and that's what the medical profession uses. Of course, it's cooler. Lucky's visibly, but you have to ask yourself who started using that one because that's the wind of magic. The one that they used correctly, really is a single single poll in the single snake. On the payroll. Need ambulance that by that pretty amazing And you remember the story there over the story of Moses and the fiery serpents and what he did is he took a huge steak and he put it on a pole. And he said to these guys, he said, I want you to look at this. This snake on a pole and it will heal you. You know he'll you from the reflections of these fiery serpents. So that symbol of the snake that symbol of the reptile as the changing of the body or the changing of who we are is part of this neo Sethi an idea. Well, once again. I mean, we're talking about consciousness. We're talking about the idea of people. The simple fact of the matter is, is that the principle that creative principle power There's never within that which it creates its only expressed by its among older and a manifestation, And that's even let's say mathematics. Mathematics is not in the number that you right on the ball. You can't you can't get rid of all all the physical numbers, but mathematics still exist. It's infinite and instant colonel. It cannot. It's a beautiful It exists throughout all time and space. It cannot be changed. That's what God is. It represents God, and he's dying to talk about the surface and all this stuff. They're still living in a fantasy world because the truth of the matter is we can play. We can dance with the devil on our porch. But if he calls the Teutons if he gets in our house Where we going here Southeast, just a door. That's when we fall into trouble. Because we started then thinking like he does, because everything he does is actually and pathetic. ALS toe What I just said about the soul. But Yeah, Okay, So if we go in and were able to introduce ourselves to the monster, that is the machine And we are giving into the technocracy. And the technocracy in essence is the reptilian technocracy. I mean, metaphorically speaking like was right. David. I was right if this is what we have learned about the idea of the reptile and the reptilian brain and how it evolved over time. David, I'd metaphorically is correct that the new government, the new World Order is a reptilian order with the neo Saffy an agenda. 8777331011. That's 8777331011 will be back with more ground zero. Don't go away. I'm not going very far. It's too uncomfortable. I'm in a hurry. Sometimes I just forget. There's no such thing as a good excuse for not buckling up. You're not only putting yourself at risk of injury or death. It could also cost you lots of money. Cops. They're writing tickets, so why take.

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"sethi" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"sethi" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Just get your 20 minutes in it's a great piece of music anyway, so now I'm kind of bummed I feel like you know, there's there's always another opportunity. This is not our only chance to talk, but I really did have a great time. I thought your questions were awesome and I I like I like the ability to really get into something. It's so different than a typical minute three-minute interview and I think a lot of us are starved for more details. So thanks. Yeah, that's me on that. Oh my gosh. Thank you so much for even saying that roommate. That was like that means a lot table. You know what? I would love us you did come back because I can't tell you I wasn't just saying that to like blow smoke up your butt. But I literally have a whole other five pages of questions because like you said, I want to get rid of weeds and details because I think truthfully like how I am is I listen to a lot of podcasts or or I hear a lot of things on T and it's like and it's like very vapid. There's like no there's no real information. There's like, oh, okay. Now what, you know, I want to understand the nitty-gritty of how to go from A to B to C to D. And like I want to know from you what you do every single day. How you doing because you're the expert in this area, right? So thank you very much. I appreciate that and I hope for everyone listening that it was helpful. I personally loved going through your money dialogue. That was so fun. That's one of my most fun things is really to you ask people about their money dials or their money history or how how they talk about money with their partner. It's so obvious Stating I never get tired of hearing it and the stories are endlessly interesting. I can only imagine where do people fight case of besides the fact that your book and it is really good and I will teach you to be rich off by or how do you pronounce your last name? Ramit Sethi like say the late eighteen say t it really is a very good practical book and you can actually apply these things took your life which is why I loved it and I'm still reading it and it's actually not even a book as much as it is a guy like you can always refer back to it over and over again. It's not like it's a one-and-done which I am and where do people find you like on Instagram Twitter. You can find me on Instagram at roommate on Twitter at roommate and I WT. Com, um for people who want to know how to earn more and they want to know exact phrases to say at your job or even to start and grow a business go to I WT, and get on that newsletter. I think you're dead. Of it. Do you promise to come back on the treadmills? That is a that is a tricky question. I am not going to promise that because I don't know where we're.

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"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"There's going to be twenty thirty forty new business models arising yes. Both solar preneurs and big companies. I'm so glad you're. You're talking about this, too. Because you know a Lotta Times I, believe that most of us have something inside of us. We have a skill right now. That would pay for definitely and like, and the thing is sometimes. It's not obvious so. Here's a little a little exercise that everyone listening can do right now. You can text your friends and you can say hey. I'm listening to this podcast with Marc in remained in. Just, do me a favor. If would I'm looking for three things that you think I'm good at like. What would you come to me and tell me? I go to remediate because I want blink. And people are nervous to ask their friends. It's a lot of people have done this and they're like. Oh I, didn't think they would say anything and their friends love. They'll say you all you know how to. Your apartment. You're so great with style. You are amazing at keeping your niece occupied and showing her all these things. Each of those could be a six figure this. So all of us have something a skill inside of us that the market would pay for. We just have to learn the process of finding it whether it's through our program or on your own, and then we need to take it to the mark now. Looking at it from the other perspective, instead of like an individual's creativity, but what the market needs or is asking for, or the trend is trending toward. What are some of the biggest opportunity areas you see right now? Education is huge. And we've seen it in our own business like we have twenty or so different programs on money business career in psychology. We've seen it. The fitness, especially virtual fitness massive so Zoom classes to do yoga bodybuilding, etc, those are huge. Also pure entertainment is one that is overlooked, and this is an example. I recently took a Sangria making class. In? Like it was just it was a blast. Had Dress up outfits I later found out that the folks who are running that are taking mark. Guess how much they're making per month. You'll never guess guess. By doing sin, greer class. Do they have other classes? Just angry making classes. Gosh I, don't know probably ten thousand a month. That's. A good guess but Yeoman to tell you the number your. It's over one hundred thousand dollars per month. While it is insane. The just recently start this up that they used to do it. Physically in a classroom. But now they do have ended so sophisticated. They have different teams running them at the same time, so they can scale it. So again. We don't need to necessarily be targeting a hundred thousand dollars a month while we start for a lot of people just to make a thousand dollars, extra knees, life change. But right, because we're restarted this by saying start site, Hustler or small side business so that you can invest more. But if it's your passion and you're fulfilling a need. Then be open to taking off and becoming your main thing. I spoke to an artist yesterday one of my students and she I love talking to artists because I think sometimes creatives. Get the wrong ideas about money that it's bad in that there are can't make money and I just love. Sharing artists stories where they are. Creating great art and also being financially successful. He started off charging twenty dollars for small custom pieces of art and she didn't even know if anyone would pay. She then saw demand. People said they love. She started charging more her last PC charge twenty eight hundred bucks for. I asked her. What. What do you do with the money? What does it mean? She just said she had the most beautiful simple answer. She said when I take my kids out to eat somewhere I. don't have to worry about how much it costs to spend on food. I just love that sometimes money can be so simple boy for. Love that I mean it takes friction out and. You can serve more. With more money, some money is not even at all. It's good thing. Okay that's fascinating. Hey folks I want to bring your attention to a product developed by a navy seal friend of mine who is a doctor? I was sealed and he became a doctor, and then he went back and work with the seals, the duct parsley. Some you might have heard them, but now we call them the sleep doc. All these seals were starting to come to him and. With these symptoms that looked like adrenal fatigue, and so he started treating fatiguing, realize that the comedy nominee with all these guys weren't sleeping. Pretty big problem in military SPEC ops the pace of operations and combat. And these guys were just all out of whack. Cortisol was racing their body. Hormones were depleted, and they had essentially the testosterone level of thirteen year. Old Girls is the way he jokes about it. They had a big problem and what he found. Is that working out like mad men, but they're putting away. Their cognitive level was like they were drunk. anyways they were. They had this perception that they could perform, but they just couldn't perform anymore and it was a real problem. So he identified that the common denominator was lack of sleep, so even our. Of Not enough sleep a night over the course of a year is going to lead to fourteen pounds of weight gain, and could degrade your performance by up to thirty percent throws your testosterone..

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"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"It is your money, so you can move wherever you like, and you move it to a low cost brokerage account. and. There are lots of Charles Schwab or what about Robin Hood? I would not recommend robinhood one reason being that they encouraged trading and investing is not trade. Trading is like It's like playing a video game. If that's like that's more like gambling. Yes, exactly and and for me. My investments are meant to generate wealth not to entertain, so that's the difference. Schwab is Great Fidelity. Is Great. I use Van Guard I have most of my money at vanguard. All of those are very competitive. have extremely low cost fees. I'll give you an example. We talked about a one percent feed at You know some some mutual funds advisors charge. Vanguards funds are usually around point one percent so way way lower some. Point, OH, five or even fruit. So, you can call them oppor. You can do it online you transfer your money over, and then you can allocate it or basically design. What your pie chart looks like. Now This can start to get complicated so in Chapter Seven of my book. I, I kind of show people how exactly to do it, but the easiest way for anyone watching or for anyone listening? The easiest way to start investing in something called the target date fund, and it says drop dead simple as you could possibly imagine all you need to do is tell them your age and they have a fund. That's right for you. How can it know? How can it be right because if I'm thirty seven, it knows that it's GonNa assume on not retiring until sixty five, so it has some percentage in equities. Bonds, and over time it changes it becomes more conservative. Though that as I get closer to retirement I'm less expose. That's the way that it were. And what kind of returns are we seeing these days from different? Allegations like that okay, that's a good question. So in general. These tend to Leyrer. The market although depending on if you're if you're sixty five, you should be getting lower returns than at twenty year old right because we haven't seen less risk and that's what you should do, but in general what we know is that the market s and P five hundred ten to return about seven to eight percent over the year. On average, some using go up twenty some years go down fifteen. On average these in general tend to mirror that they can be a little higher or lower, but they're in the rage okay. So, then you, let's see. PLOP your money in there. And then what do you recommend for like just an automatic kind of dollar cost averaging plop take x percent out of your paycheck and ignore it in. Yes, okay! Yeah, so so just a quick example here. I have a video somewhere called Ramiz twelve minute guide to automating accounts, or it's in the book. Imagined that your checking account is like your email inbox, so your money comes there, and then it gets filtered out to the places that you wanted to go. So you know a lot of people don't think about it in the system's win. It just have their money here in every so often like I, should probably send some money to savings. We don't WanNa do that. It's almost like going to the gym. You want to have it on the calendar. You WanNa go at the same time. It's not a choice. It just happens happens. And so same with money every month my money automatically goes to different accounts. It even goes to a sub savings account for a vacation. And for a down payment all these different things that I wanna do, and then at the end I'm left with this guilt. Free Money I could spend it on whatever I want That's cool. And I'm just that peace of mind you know we don't have to. Worry about it. So. Yeah, and so. Now we're okay so now our autumn, putting money in giving giving us some confidence. It's disciplined. We're not GONNA Trade Yup. We're not going to pay big fees to broker because they were not. Now not going to outperform correct. And and so then we WANNA look at. How do we increase the amount of money that we can put in so the way to do that is either spend less. Yep, earn more. Yes, but I wanNA talk about the earning more, but I just WanNa say for everyone listening. If you just caught what Mark said, you are now more advanced than eighty percent of people with money. Just just what you just said Mark About your fees are lower, you're not gonNA. You'RE NOT GONNA pay anyone to outperform. And you're going automated, it's not willpower and now let's focus on earning more right. That is the crux of it. That's the overarching philosophy. Ya get the so simple, but not easy right now. Exactly and there's a lot beneath it, but once you hear it. It just starts to make sense of feels right. Yeah, and then you start to realize man. There's a lot of people are incentivized to tell me otherwise. There's a lot of people who want to sell me stuff. They WanNa make me trade to frequently. They WanNa tell me that they can beat the market on, but. Let's probe on top of that tax law right and so that's always. discombobulated me because you got four one ks in the steps and the IRA's in the and and you can get. Literally.

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"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"It is your money, so you can move wherever you like, and you move it to a low cost brokerage account. and. There are lots of Charles Schwab or what about Robin Hood? I would not recommend robinhood one reason being that they encouraged trading and investing is not trade. Trading is like It's like playing a video game. If that's like that's more like gambling. Yes, exactly and and for me. My investments are meant to generate wealth not to entertain, so that's the difference. Schwab is Great Fidelity. Is Great. I use Van Guard I have most of my money at vanguard. All of those are very competitive. have extremely low cost fees. I'll give you an example. We talked about a one percent feed at You know some some mutual funds advisors charge. Vanguards funds are usually around point one percent so way way lower some. Point, OH, five or even fruit. So, you can call them oppor. You can do it online you transfer your money over, and then you can allocate it or basically design. What your pie chart looks like. Now This can start to get complicated so in Chapter Seven of my book. I, I kind of show people how exactly to do it, but the easiest way for anyone watching or for anyone listening? The easiest way to start investing in something called the target date fund, and it says drop dead simple as you could possibly imagine all you need to do is tell them your age and they have a fund. That's right for you. How can it know? How can it be right because if I'm thirty seven, it knows that it's GonNa assume on not retiring until sixty five, so it has some percentage in equities. Bonds, and over time it changes it becomes more conservative. Though that as I get closer to retirement I'm less expose. That's the way that it were. And what kind of returns are we seeing these days from different? Allegations like that okay, that's a good question. So in general. These tend to Leyrer. The market although depending on if you're if you're sixty five, you should be getting lower returns than at twenty year old right because we haven't seen less risk and that's what you should do, but in general what we know is that the market s and P five hundred ten to return about seven to eight percent over the year. On average, some using go up twenty some years go down fifteen. On average these in general tend to mirror that they can be a little higher or lower, but they're in the rage okay. So, then you, let's see. PLOP your money in there. And then what do you recommend for like just an automatic kind of dollar cost averaging plop take x percent out of your paycheck and ignore it in. Yes, okay! Yeah, so so just a quick example here. I have a video somewhere called Ramiz twelve minute guide to automating accounts, or it's in the book. Imagined that your checking account is like your email inbox, so your money comes there, and then it gets filtered out to the places that you wanted to go. So you know a lot of people don't think about it in the system's win. It just have their money here in every so often like I, should probably send some money to savings. We don't WanNa do that. It's almost like going to the gym. You want to have it on the calendar. You WanNa go at the same time. It's not a choice. It just happens happens. And so same with money every month my money automatically goes to different accounts. It even goes to a sub savings account for a vacation. And for a down payment all these different things that I wanna do, and then at the end I'm left with this guilt. Free Money I could spend it on whatever I want That's cool. And I'm just that peace of mind you know we don't have to. Worry about it. So. Yeah, and so. Now we're okay so now our autumn, putting money in giving giving us some confidence. It's disciplined. We're not GONNA Trade Yup. We're not going to pay big fees to broker because they were not. Now not going to outperform correct. And and so then we WANNA look at. How do we increase the amount of money that we can put in so the way to do that is either spend less. Yep, earn more. Yes, but I wanNA talk about the earning more, but I just WanNa say for everyone listening. If you just caught what Mark said, you are now more advanced than eighty percent of people with money. Just just what you just said Mark About your fees are lower, you're not gonNA. You'RE NOT GONNA pay anyone to outperform. And you're going automated, it's not willpower and now let's focus on earning more right. That is the crux of it. That's the overarching philosophy. Ya get the so simple, but not easy right now. Exactly and there's a lot beneath it, but once you hear it. It just starts to make sense of feels right. Yeah, and then you start to realize man. There's a lot of people are incentivized to tell me otherwise. There's a lot of people who want to sell me stuff. They WanNa make me trade to frequently. They WanNa tell me that they can beat the market on, but. Let's probe on top of that tax law right and so that's always. discombobulated me because you got four one ks in the steps and the IRA's in the and and you can get. Literally.

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"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"I guess the question I have is What spurred you to start the website and you know kind of go down that path in college. Oil were the come from. It is weird for a twenty something guy to start writing about. Personal Finance so there was something that caused me to do it which was? My, parents had told me that I needed to get scholarships to go to college. 'cause they, of course we value education a lot, but they didn't have the money for us, so I'm assistance guy, I like to build systems that I can replicate, and I built assistant to apply to about sixty five scholarships, and I ended up getting my My way paid through Undergrad and Grad School. And, my parents were thrilled. I took the first scholarship check which they wrote to me as a seventeen eighteen year old kid, and this is at the height of the nineteen ninety nine tech boom. And I invested in the stock market and I'm not. That's what everybody does I'm a genius and I promptly lost half that money. And I I was humbled and I realized I didn't really know anything about. So I started learning about investments I started reading all the books watching the shows. And at the same time I was studying persuasion and psychology in college, really academics. And after getting deep in it, what I realize is that so much of what we learn about? Money is hype. It's designed to sell ads. It's showing traders trading on these twenty screens on there, but really the core fundamentals to growing your wealth are simple boring, and just based on pure consistency, and now it reminds me so much of the physical fitness will. You can turn on Instagram, and you'll see a million different supplements and. Workouts, but ultimately what matters is showing up having a program following it every day? If you don't feel good, you still show up and do. Money fitness so many similarities, so that's what got me start new cool. So, what are those for fundamental principles? You know the first thing that is really important for people is to know that. You, a lot of people say I don't have enough money to start investing. Man It's actually the reverse. That's true the way that you grow. Your wealth is to get started investing. A second. Hold on there, so gone a little bit deeper. What what does that mean practically just try to earn a little bit more, so you can save instead of just saying. Take away ten percent. Already can't make ends meet okay, that's a good question, so let's start with somebody who who's like okay. That must be nice book. Where am I supposed to find the money to right? So, there's a the usual advice that people get with monies to cut back on lot tastes, and to take these three dollar expenses, and just spend all your energy focusing on I. Don't believe. I believe in focusing on the big ways, so they're usually a few areas of your life that you can cut back on I. Call It, the CEO Strategy Cutback. Earn more or optimize your spending. Actually think right now is a good time to talk about this. Because a lot of people are under some pre severe financial strain. Maybe we can speak to them in in their folks who have money and they don't know what to do we can. Perfect. So if you're under some financial stream, have you lost a job? Maybe took a pay cut. The obvious first thing to do is to really cut back on any of your any discretionary expenses that you possibly can. I'm not going to Belabor this point because most people know what they can cut back in their food expenses, etc.. I think a bigger opportunity for people is. Skip to that C. E. O.. Strategy Oh. There's a lot of companies you're already transacting with. That will actually give you quite a bit of money back. If you make a call, this goes back to my parents and what they taught me, so there's five areas I want to share with people these five companies. You can call up today. And sometimes that you will actually get a thousand dollars on the call itself. Let me tell you what I mean. Your Cable Company..

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"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Right now and I'm sure Ra-, meet and I will talk about this, but you know going from cove, it and lockdown, and all the fear and fear mongering, trying that, and then all of a sudden on racial. Injustice insensitivity, and or or or all the conflict around that. and. People are wondering. What the heck is going on. And if I could just offer that. One of the ways to deal with the stress is to breathe into it and disengage from it. So, developing, stay on your breathing practice every day, because that'll help bleed off the stress and allow you to maintain a balanced body, but then also consider that you can have a balanced mine in perspective as well. So it never helps to get caught up in fear. And then to fight fear with fear. That actually it actually twenty exits the fear right if you engage negative energy with that same level of conscious energy than it magnifies it. So, it consider. The perspective of courage. And Acceptance Forgiveness. And Love. And that'll help disengage from the fear which will free up your mind to think? From a higher perspective. So. There's a lot of clashing going on and a lot of people, not listening. A lot of people shooting others down for their opinion. Everyone has a right to. and. It's all because everyone's clashing from the perspective of fear feeding the fear. Wolf. But I'm bill mind. We really encourage you to constantly feed the courage wolf. She wants to get in your heart. Get Outta, your head. Fear resides in your head. This definitely plays into financial planning remain. Fear based decision making an it comes to financial planning. Leads to selling the hot or selling, you know the drop, right? You. Know and stuff like that. There's so many ways that fear destroys financial health. He I think with money. You know to the words you used really stood out to me. Courage and fear and Those are not words you commonly associated with money, but I think each of us if you're watching if you're listening. We all think of a time when we were afraid of money. And you know. One of the simplest examples is just looking at our bills at the end of the month. Saying I guess I spent that much? And another fear is I'm never going to be able to afford to do that thing and the final sign of fear is really a sense of resignation. That's IT I can't do it. That's like surrender. I give up, yeah. And then, and then there's courage is well. There's courage to say A. Maybe I haven't learned the skills of money. But I'm, GonNa Start Today. There's courage to admit that. Maybe you haven't made the best decisions in the past, but that's okay. We all have. We'll start from a different place on Thursday. There's also the courage to say what I love to spend. Money on this or that I. Love to buy Nice Clothes. I love to travel, I. Love to donate charitably whatever the case may be, and to really be unapologetic about it has been higher unapologetic, not transactional. Don't do it for the tax. Write off for. Your partner or your your? The the social structures around you, but do it from your heart. I agree with that. You You started your website and your first business, which became a best selling book. In College right and and I love it like every time I read it I will teach you to be rich. It reminds me of Napoleon Hill and his book thinking grow rich, and and why so many people miss the brilliance of that? Because in today's Day and age that sounds like A. Gotcha title, but you know and I think it's the probably the reason that he wrote his back in the twenties. Of people wanted to be rich now it's like. Yeah well first of all. Thank you for the comparison I mean that is a classic is terrific book and I also want to admit that the title of my book. I will teach you to be rich sounds like a huge scam. We all know it sounds crazy. And Yet When you start reading it. You realize that of course money is. An important part of a rich life, but it's a small, but important part right and there's so much can be a moment. We could be a multimillionaire, but if we don't actually know what to use that money for, and we're not rich. We could be making five hundred thousand dollars a year, but if our expenses are higher were not rich, so many ways that we can live rich life using money, but also adding other parts are life, and that's what I look I. Think it helps like words have. Sometimes get debased in society but rich, you know when you look at it, and and you stand out a little bit like we're talking about richness like fullness wholeness, and you use the term like that was a rich experience. You're not talking about money. You're talking about the the wholeness of the experience in so I think that I don't know the exact etymology of term, but I think it's really just. You know society just encrusting and layering onto it. Poor belief systems around what money really is and to me, you know money is just representation of value and service delivered. That's right, and and that's great, but then so sometimes like it's the valiant service that your grandparents grandfather delivered and has been handing down. You just kind of forget. That the money had to be made somehow somewhere, right, that's right. That's absolutely right and until to learn what that money means to me. We also learned that it's different what it means to you, so I'm going to give a couple of examples here. You know when I was in my early twenties. A rich life was to be able to go to a restaurant and order an appetizer that was rich, because growing up I had to immigrant parents. We never ever ordered appetizers. Then it became a little bit bigger, okay. I can hop in a taxi instead of having to take the subway on a on a sweaty to a meeting. And, of course, as my business grew as I got more experience with money. It grew even more. You know I wanNA take six week trip every year. Okay, great I want to donate more great but I think for each of us. It's different for some people it's. I want to never have to think about the cost of sending my son or daughter to a private tutor or a some kind of coach. It's different for everyone and the more you dial in your rich life, the more it will be different from everyone else, and that's exactly how it should be right. How much do you think? Kind of. Feel like I. Know The answer to this, but I'm curious. How much do you think? Richness and wealth. Is really just an energetic attitude like abundance versus scarcity you know. Do you really think that whether someone feels richer.

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"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"sethi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Right now and I'm sure Ra-, meet and I will talk about this, but you know going from cove, it and lockdown, and all the fear and fear mongering, trying that, and then all of a sudden on racial. Injustice insensitivity, and or or or all the conflict around that. and. People are wondering. What the heck is going on. And if I could just offer that. One of the ways to deal with the stress is to breathe into it and disengage from it. So, developing, stay on your breathing practice every day, because that'll help bleed off the stress and allow you to maintain a balanced body, but then also consider that you can have a balanced mine in perspective as well. So it never helps to get caught up in fear. And then to fight fear with fear. That actually it actually twenty exits the fear right if you engage negative energy with that same level of conscious energy than it magnifies it. So, it consider. The perspective of courage. And Acceptance Forgiveness. And Love. And that'll help disengage from the fear which will free up your mind to think? From a higher perspective. So. There's a lot of clashing going on and a lot of people, not listening. A lot of people shooting others down for their opinion. Everyone has a right to. and. It's all because everyone's clashing from the perspective of fear feeding the fear. Wolf. But I'm bill mind. We really encourage you to constantly feed the courage wolf. She wants to get in your heart. Get Outta, your head. Fear resides in your head. This definitely plays into financial planning remain. Fear based decision making an it comes to financial planning. Leads to selling the hot or selling, you know the drop, right? You. Know and stuff like that. There's so many ways that fear destroys financial health. He I think with money. You know to the words you used really stood out to me. Courage and fear and Those are not words you commonly associated with money, but I think each of us if you're watching if you're listening. We all think of a time when we were afraid of money. And you know. One of the simplest examples is just looking at our bills at the end of the month. Saying I guess I spent that much? And another fear is I'm never going to be able to afford to do that thing and the final sign of fear is really a sense of resignation. That's IT I can't do it. That's like surrender. I give up, yeah. And then, and then there's courage is well. There's courage to say A. Maybe I haven't learned the skills of money. But I'm, GonNa Start Today. There's courage to admit that. Maybe you haven't made the best decisions in the past, but that's okay. We all have. We'll start from a different place on Thursday. There's also the courage to say what I love to spend. Money on this or that I. Love to buy Nice Clothes. I love to travel, I. Love to donate charitably whatever the case may be, and to really be unapologetic about it has been higher unapologetic, not transactional. Don't do it for the tax. Write off for. Your partner or your your? The the social structures around you, but do it from your heart. I agree with that. You You started your website and your first business, which became a best selling book. In College right and and I love it like every time I read it I will teach you to be rich. It reminds me of Napoleon Hill and his book thinking grow rich, and and why so many people miss the brilliance of that? Because in today's Day and age that sounds like A. Gotcha title, but you know and I think it's the probably the reason that he wrote his back in the twenties. Of people wanted to be rich now it's like. Yeah well first of all. Thank you for the comparison I mean that is a classic is terrific book and I also want to admit that the title of my book. I will teach you to be rich sounds like a huge scam. We all know it sounds crazy. And Yet When you start reading it. You realize that of course money is. An important part of a rich life, but it's a small, but important part right and there's so much can be a moment. We could be a multimillionaire, but if we don't actually know what to use that money for, and we're not rich. We could be making five hundred thousand dollars a year, but if our expenses are higher were not rich, so many ways that we can live rich life using money, but also adding other parts are life, and that's what I look I. Think it helps like words have. Sometimes get debased in society but rich, you know when you look at it, and and you stand out a little bit like we're talking about richness like fullness wholeness, and you use the term like that was a rich experience. You're not talking about money. You're talking about the the wholeness of the experience in so I think that I don't know the exact etymology of term, but I think it's really just. You know society just encrusting and layering onto it. Poor belief systems around what money really is and to me, you know money is just representation of value and service delivered. That's right, and and that's great, but then so sometimes like it's the valiant service that your grandparents grandfather delivered and has been handing down. You just kind of forget. That the money had to be made somehow somewhere, right, that's right. That's absolutely right and until to learn what that money means to me. We also learned that it's different what it means to you, so I'm going to give a couple of examples here. You know when I was in my early twenties. A rich life was to be able to go to a restaurant and order an appetizer that was rich, because growing up I had to immigrant parents. We never ever ordered appetizers. Then it became a little bit bigger, okay. I can hop in a taxi instead of having to take the subway on a on a sweaty to a meeting. And, of course, as my business grew as I got more experience with money. It grew even more. You know I wanNA take six week trip every year. Okay, great I want to donate more great but I think for each of us. It's different for some people it's. I want to never have to think about the cost of sending my son or daughter to a private tutor or a some kind of coach. It's different for everyone and the more you dial in your rich life, the more it will be different from everyone else, and that's exactly how it should be right. How much do you think? Kind of. Feel like I. Know The answer to this, but I'm curious. How much do you think? Richness and wealth. Is really.

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Boeing splitting CEO and chairman roles

Squawk Pod

08:11 min | 1 year ago

Boeing splitting CEO and chairman roles

"On Swap pod Boeing owing speaks out hiding. It was a set of engineering decisions. That ended up being wrong. Boeing Chairman David Calhoun in an exclusive interview amid mounting pressure. The aftermath of two seven three seven Max crashes has put on the company this airplane will will fly it will be safe as well as the CEO. He is going to experience experience in his first period. One of the most difficult situations any CEO. That I've ever known has lived through and exclusive to this podcast. CNBC'S CNBC's auto and aviation reporter Phil above the narrative completely got away from them anchors on today's squawk box are Joe Kernan becky quick and CNBC contributor Surat Sethi joins as has guest host your host on this podcast that's me CNBC producer. Katie Kramer it's Tuesday November fifth. Two Thousand Nineteen Squad begins right now. So what's your process to hold people accountable to make sure this doesn't can happen again. Senator First of all my company and I are are accountable. I believe that accountability starts with with me My board took some recent actions regarding my position which I fully support and will allow me to focus even more on on safety so every action takes tried to focus on safety that was bowing CEO. Dennis Muilenburg and Florida Senator Rick. Scott during last week's blistering questioning joining of the airplane manufacturers leader on Capitol Hill one month ago Boeing's board stripped Lindbergh at his chairman title in the wake of months of criticism. Boeing grounded the entire fleet of jets. Let's call seven three seven Max. Following two deadly crashes one late last year and one in March of Twenty nineteen today for the first time we hear. From the new chairman of Boeing Blackstone. Executive Dave Calhoun. I caught up with my colleague film about Polo. Thank you Why don't you introduce yourself? I am Filipo. I cover aviation listen and the airlines for CNBC. And I've been doing it for twenty years. How long have you been covering the Boeing Company? Twenty Years Twenty years of watching this company company grow Go through some challenging times and this is clearly the most challenging time. They've gone through so. Tell me about that. The last eight months the headlines for Boeing have been really grim. Well anytime you have a plane crash. It's bad news and I know that's maybe we'll be listening to the same well Duh. Of course it's bad news but it's not just that there was a plane crash It was two of them very short period of time between them that led to the grounding of the seven thirty seven Max and had to put this into some perspective for people the seven thirty seven is the bread and butter for this company It is the cash flow generator. And so when you are effectively effectively saying we're not delivering any of these. You're cutting off. The cash pipeline for Boeing Commercial Airplanes It is a massively important story. Sorry one that everybody has a feeling about it. emotionally Whether they're in the industry or if it's somebody who who flies only occasionally people have A real concern about whether or not these planes which are so popular Are they safe. Will they be safe in the future so today on the show we had David Calhoun. Who is the new non-executive Chairman of Boeing directors? But I but very active. It's pretty clear from his interviewees active. Tell me about the scope of Calhoun job now. And what makes him qualified to lead Boeing during chapter. He's been on the board since two thousand nine and he also has a history going back to his time with GE when he was CEO of Ge Infrastructure Working Ge jet engines He's familiar with the aviation the airline business and he's also familiar with the challenges that go along with running a a large industrial. Austria company like Boeing and essentially. Now that he is non executive chairman that title used to belong to Dennis Muilenburg. And the Board has said. We're going to split your titled. Dennis is going to be. CEO Run day to day activities. The broader questions for the company vision where they're going so forth. That will go to Dave Calhoun L.. Who and when we talked to Dave Calhoun he made it very clear? We want Dennis Muilenburg to focus on getting the Max back in service that is that is the main job really the only job that matters right now for him. I'm sure he's doing some other things as well. I mean it's not like he's in a vacuum But the Max is all encompassing right now. Why why is he speaking out now a month? After kind of taking the reins of Boeing. Will I think the narrative got away from them last week. When Dennis Momberg was on Capitol Hill It was a brutal brutal couple of days. I mean you had senators and representatives outright saying you have no business being CEO. You have no business getting the compensation in that you get. If you had any decency you would step down. You would do more than simply say we're working on this. Is Anybody at Boeing taking a cut or working for free to try to rectify this problem. Like the Japanese do congressman. My board conduct a comprehensive review. That so you're saying you're not giving giving up any compensation at all your continue to work and make thirty million dollars a year after this horrific two accidents that caused all these people's relatives took go to disappear to die. You're not taking a cut in pay. It all began. Our board will make those terminate. You're not accountable. Then you're saying the boards accountable. I went in Quebec. And kind of underlying Steve Cohen of Tennessee. In the second day of my Lindbergh's yeah in front of the House. We talked with them afterwards in the hallway. I mean he's disgusted rested instead. I'm disgusted at at this entire situation here and that he is getting paid what he's getting paid. Which is roughly twenty three million dollars last year so it was wild because Representative Cohen was asking question? Are you taking a pay cut. Is Somebody going to take some financial responsibility for this and mullet Bergara sort of during the headlights. Absolutely and You could fault Boeing for not being better prepared for that question. Look I've covered enough of these over the years on Capitol Hill when a CEO goes in front of a committee especially Leanna safety related matter. I mean that is almost a guaranteed question. Look if you would fault Boeing for anything last week. It's the fact that they didn't anticipate that. This question streams coming because they could've nipped in the bud much quicker by having Dennis Muilenburg even in his opening remarks say I understand what's going on. I understand that I shouldn't be getting the compensation or at least all of the compensation That I received last year That would've short-circuited a lot of this discussion. Instead he said Ed That's not for me. That's for the board decide really came off looking very poor for the company and for him to stand by Joe Three to one his mic. It's it's time for our newsmaker. The morning Boeing Chairman Dave Calhoun the Dow component is you know separated at CEO and chairman roles amid the seven thirty seven Max crisis naming. Calhoun Muniz chairman on October eleventh. Relatively quiet since then in terms of on camera interviews this morning. He's speaking out in a squawk box exclusive. Dave joins us now with their own Philibeaux. Oh global headquarters Phil Good Morning. Good Morning Mr Galvin. Who Good Morning Joe? Joe And I know you guys have a number of questions for Dave and Dave. Let's let's begin first off if you and I were talking before you came out here. Big Question right off. The Bat is about the compensation for Dennis Muilenburg. This came up on Capitol Hill. You have some news regarding and how that's going to be changing correct. Yeah I do of course it was sort of obvious to everyone that was uncomfortable question for Dennis. Dennis doesn't like to speak in behalf behalf of board activities anyway. Dennis called me Saturday morning at ten o'clock with the purpose of suggesting that he Not Take any compensation for two thousand nineteen as in the form of bonuses which is of course most of your compensation it

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"sethi" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"sethi" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Hi i'm ana marie cox and welcome to with friends like these where we talk about the differences between green us without letting them divide us not today today. We are definitely talking about divisions. We're talking about divisions because we're talking about racism and hate and actually sometimes the way that racism isn't about hate. It is just racism hate springs from racism. I think not really the other way around. Racism is a system. He is an emotion both damaging urban talk about both from different angles the intersect second part of the show. I'm gonna talk to abram x. kennedy. He's the author of how to be an anti-racist and was also the author of stamped from the beginning getting a national book award winner. He notes on his website. Who's the youngest ever winner of the national book award but i is arjun singh sethi arjun singh. Sethi is a community activist human rights lawyer and law professor based out of d._c. He's the editor of american hate survivor. Speak out an n._p._r. Best book of two thousand eighteen coming like hydrogen welcome back to the show hi ana marie. Thank you so much for having me so you know we we talked talked about having you on the show in the immediate aftermath of the paso shooting and in the dayton shooting because it was the the anniversary of very closely anniversary of the massacre at the sikh temple in wisconsin right and then also the anniversary closely anniversary of the publication of your book doc american hate survivors speak out and obviously didn't quite work. We didn't get you that week. We kind of been juggling some things and i did have. I thought doc myself. It's not like this is going to be something that doesn't need to be talked about but it turns out as i was looking at the news today not only is this relevant event in a general way not only talking to you about hate crime and hate <hes> violence stemming from white supremacy. It's it's very specifically in the news. A six people have been arrested since el paso for plans to commit mass violence and four of them were explicitly explicitly talking about white nationalism in their plans one of them quoted trump in post and one of them was one of the very fine people who showed up in charlottesville and then just this morning. I saw a story about children. Turn on a bus going to head start programs in idaho that the manager of the program or having to take the signs that identify the bus <unk> as a historic program for migrants off of the bus because other drivers on the road were harassing children. I know that this stuff was happening before. We had it in the news. All the time right. I mean it is weird. Is this isn't really are. We just noticing it. Is it worse like i i have trouble making sense of that because one of these people quoting trump seems like oh this is new in bad and worse but i also read your book so it seems like a continuum as well so i i think it's a little bit of both <hes> i think hate has braided through the everyday lives of vulnerable communities in this country for a very long time. There is no question that when trump announced his candidacy for president of the united states on through the election and inauguration there was an absolute salute uptick in hate violence..

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"sethi" Discussed on Hear the Bern

Hear the Bern

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"sethi" Discussed on Hear the Bern

"Voters, including our roundtable of API Rockstars from Bernie age Q. I also talked author and activist. Arjun Sethi about the Trump era epidemic hate crimes and to Christine Chen of Asian Pacific islander American vote about the growing power of Asian American voters. Now I wouldn't be surprised if you didn't realize may was a heritage month. It was even news to some of our API panel. I think that sometimes we ourselves don't get hyped up about our own months, or whatever, I don't think we've been created this. I don't even know who created those lung headed knows that was to seen a video producer for the Bernie Sanders campaign, who is a Bangladeshi descent, now, she's obviously being a little tongue in cheek. But our joke, made me wonder what are the origins of? API hera. Tich month. Well, it began in nineteen seventy seven as Asian American Pacific islander week when Norman Mineta the first Japanese American mayor of a major US city,.

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"sethi" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sethi" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Hi, I'm Ana, Marie. Cox and welcome to with friends like these. The show where we talk about the differences between us without letting them divide us and I'm going to guess if you're listening to this show you already know that hate crime. Violence has increased in this country over the past coincidentally, two years or so. Basically, since Donald Trump I wrote down the escalator in Trump Tower, you've probably read and seen the in depth, you know, long form journalism that's occurred to uncover the rise. Is of the right and the new white nationalism, which is basically the same as the old white nationalism. A lot of people are really concerned and they should be, but have you noticed that for all the energy we well-meaning folk spend studying the rise of the alt-right and white supremacy. We don't do a whole lot of studying of the people who have been the targets of those groups. We hear a lot of people trying to figure out the motives of those who perpetrate the violence, and we don't hear so much about the survivors of that violence. They all kind of blend together. Well, Arjun Singh, Sethi noticed that we weren't hearing those stories and decided to do something about it. I'm gonna talk to him about the project that came out of that realization. The book. American hate survivors, speak out. I'd like to welcome to the show Arjun Singh, Seth. He is a community activist civil rights lawyer writer, and professor based in Washington DC and in the wake of the two thousand sixteen presidential election, Arjun traveled the country in document the lives of people who've been targeted by hate his new book, American hate survivors, speak out. We'll be released on August seventh and is available for preorder today..

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"sethi" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sethi" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Hi, I'm Ana, Marie. Cox and welcome to with friends like these. The show where we talk about the differences between us without letting them divide us and I'm going to guess if you're listening to this show you already know that hate crime. Violence has increased in this country over the past coincidentally, two years or so. Basically, since Donald Trump I wrote down the escalator in Trump Tower, you've probably read and seen the in depth, you know, long form journalism that's occurred to uncover the rise. Is of the right and the new white nationalism, which is basically the same as the old white nationalism. A lot of people are really concerned and they should be, but have you noticed that for all the energy we well-meaning folk spend studying the rise of the alt-right and white supremacy. We don't do a whole lot of studying of the people who have been the targets of those groups. We hear a lot of people trying to figure out the motives of those who perpetrate the violence, and we don't hear so much about the survivors of that violence. They all kind of blend together. Well, Arjun Singh, Sethi noticed that we weren't hearing those stories and decided to do something about it. I'm gonna talk to him about the project that came out of that realization. The book. American hate survivors, speak out. I'd like to welcome to the show Arjun Singh, Seth. He is a community activist civil rights lawyer writer, and professor based in Washington DC and in the wake of the two thousand sixteen presidential election, Arjun traveled the country in document the lives of people who've been targeted by hate his new book, American hate survivors, speak out. We'll be released on August seventh and is available for preorder today..

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Apple management less focused on innovation

Love Your Work

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Apple management less focused on innovation

"Apple comes out the iphone ten that looks exactly like iphone three g and says this is the future of apple this is the future our company i think that's a very clear indication of what happens when you move from innovative products that yo to see how style coo sil execution person running being at the helm because like imagine i wouldn't apple right and i go up to two jobs i'm like hey i really good idea what if we took a phone created a battery pack that you can pull the back of the phone that would add a layer like i could easily see job saying oh it's interesting and i could definitely not see cook saying that you know what i mean he would be locked in no that's not going to be working for a profit margin especially dropped the price on the back of the screen that's gonna reason operations got an operations guy following a metric right yeah we're gonna take a quick break i am so thrilled to have skill share back as a sponsor of love your work i know that you will love skill share because you are a love your work listener and love your work listeners will have to learn still share is an online learning platform with over eighteen thousand classes in business marketing entrepreneurship technology much much more a class that i personally really enjoyed is called real productivity create your ideal week with skill share founder and ceo michael carjon abercorn and michael has an impressive command over managing his time and mental energy feeling calendar you'll see that it's color coded so anything that's in gray are recurring meetings anything yellow is a signal that anyone could put a meeting in that time block anything in red are like task or things i do on a day by day basis join the millions of students already on skill share today with a special offer just from my listeners get two months of skill share for just ninety nine cents ninety nine cents you can't buy decent pen for ninety nine cents anyway that is right skill share is offering love your work listeners two months of unlimited access to over eighteen thousand classes for just ninety nine cents to sign up to skill dot.

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"sethi" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

04:10 min | 5 years ago

"sethi" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"That's not where they would. We wouldn't they wouldn't come to guard grove necessarily for that. Although the techniques that we use the the archival supplies and really the training that our staff has most of them, you know, took a training or went to school specifically for textile preservation, their fashion historian societally we could handle that type of collection of. But for the most part, I would say we have what you might call a modern fashion collection. Dating back in some cases, a couple of decades, but not necessarily centuries have question. Thank you for joining us. Do you feel? I mean, you sort of swim in these waters every day as sort of a both a protector and archivist do feel there's enough awareness of garments as works of art. As things that are desirable to be collected and maintained. Well, great question. Sethi? I've spent a lot of time trying to create more awareness, not just for guard votes than fit, but for example, a couple years ago shortly before hurricane sandy I was sitting with a collector, she explained that all of her things were out in the Hamptons. And then hurricane sandy hit. When I followed up with her own. Unfortunately, she related the story that she had, you know, she thought she was insured, and he simply was not because she discovered that homeowners insurance excluded floods and because of the flooding from the storm, she was not insured. And so I spent a lot of time researching is sort of brought this issue to the insurance industry's created awareness in. I was lucky that the private client group sort of recognized that there was this gap in the insurance industry when it came to protecting textiles the same way as an art piece or wine collection. And so the answer is a big huge capital. No. Even some fashion designers today when we pick up their collections they had been stored in like a basements or addicts many storage, would you know, the law phen have insect damage. There's just not an awareness of despite the fact these are their legacy. This is their their life's work. They don't necessarily know that putting those things in the basement or an attic or a self storage unit are putting those things at risk. They may not even really think about some light. It's a good point. There are so textiles are extremely extremely vulnerable. I would say it's it's it's sort of in line with having a wine collection because if you don't use the proper climate if you don't use the proper techniques than you've you end up with vinegar in the sensually your collection is worthless. It's the same. If you store your things for many years in a damn baseman, and it gets moldy or if you have an insect fest. People call clothes, the value of those things they're just not, you know, it's not even necessarily what you could sell it for. But you know, what really is the purpose of having a mold ridden moth eaten garment. It's lost. Its it's lost its appeal. So we spent a lot of time with our existing members advising them on how to set up proper storage in their homes a not so late. You know, they don't keep everything with us. Obviously they have. Clothing at home in the fashion designers do keep certain collections site for inspiration. We do advise them on the need to protect things from sunlight insects bull mildew, you know, using the proper garment care providers. Another thing there's only a handful of dry cleaners garment care professionals around the nation that I would ever say that they have any business handling could tour textiles, so educating the industry is an educated collectors in you know, anyone who has exquisite textiles needs to be aware of this. And we do spend as much time with our existing members trying to protect

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