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Fresh update on "todd" discussed on Papa and Lund

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00:37 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "todd" discussed on Papa and Lund

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Virgin Atlantic files for bankruptcy as airline woes mount

Todd and Don

00:24 sec | 6 hrs ago

Virgin Atlantic files for bankruptcy as airline woes mount

"Another airline has found for bankruptcy. As this thiss pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the travel industry. Virgin Atlantic. The airline founded by billionaire Richard Branson, filed Chapter 15 bankruptcy yesterday in New York. More than 3500 staff. They were laid off yesterday, and some experts predict the air travel industry will not fully recover until late 2020

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When Covid Subsided, Israel Reopened Its Schools. It Didn’t Go Well.

The Takeaway

13:57 min | 1 d ago

When Covid Subsided, Israel Reopened Its Schools. It Didn’t Go Well.

"Since its debut and twenty seventeen, the Chinese APP tick tock has become one of the fastest growing social media tools with more than eight hundred, million active users. The APP lets users make short videos that are often shared across the Internet, but Tiktok isn't all fun games for months. Now, a lot of the attention about the APP has been focused on the national security concerns and the collection of user data, and as a result, the platform has been banned in India, by multiple branches of the US military and by Wells Fargo employees most recently however, president trump took aim at tiktok himself by threatening to ban the APP. We're looking at Tiktok we may be banning TIKTOK. We may be doing some other things, a couple of options, but a lot of things are happening. So we'll see what happens but we are looking at a lot of alternatives with respected dictum. Those remarks were before reports surfaced that Microsoft was pursuing a deal to buy TIKTOK in a press conference at the White House yesterday president trump claimed Microsoft or any other company would have to wait until September fifteen to acquire the APP and would be expected to give a percentage of the profit from the sale to the US Treasury. Joining me now is Graham Webster editor of digit China Project at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center and a fellow at New America Graham thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me. And Cowan Rosenblatt is a youth and Internet cultural reporter for NBC, News. Dot Com callen thanks for being with us as well. Glad to, be here. Cowen who is the average tiktok user? The average tick tock user really is is a dynamic question because there is a huge range of different people who are using the APP but I'd say the most common person you're gonNA find is someone who is either at the tail end of high school or College who is definitely a solidly in generation the Gen Z. and he was using me APP mostly for fun to do dance challenges trends an engaged with communities that serve to their world. Graham. All of that sounds pretty basic I mean it doesn't sound like there's anything to be concerned about so far what type of data does tiktok collect from its users Graham? We'll TIKTOK is like a lot of social media companies these days It's using an AI driven or machine learning driven algorithm to figure out which content to to individual users. So to get this accomplished, they pay attention to obviously whatever you post that also you know what posts on your feed you look at how long you look at them where your device location is They also tried to track individual users like many apps do by looking at things like screen size and operating system and of course, they have a fair amount of information about your social graph, your your connections to friends and other people that you follow. And so what were some of the concerns around the data collection that way Graham given that it feels like there's a lot of, as you mentioned, other social media platforms and advertisers and the like that are tracking everything that we do already. Why? Why is Tiktok being highlighted here and banned in some of the institutions that we mentioned at the top Well, the basic reason is that tick tock is owned by a Chinese company named Bite Dance and they're a fairly new social media company. They had a breakout a few years ago in China with an APP called junior Tokyo that that is a you know an algorithm, IQ news feed and this is China's first big breakout internationally in terms of social media APPS and really getting take-up in in many different countries around the world not just the United States. So there's A concern that data collected by Tick Tock could end up in the hands of the Chinese company or the Chinese government and wild tick. Tock says that it stores all US user data in the US or in Singapore we don't really have a good way as a society right now to check that type of thing and to make sure that companies commit you when they commit to you know storing data and the Safeway making sure that they're actually doing that. Doesn't sound like we have a lot of that in the United States either though Graham. I mean, we have constant security breaches left and right Right. Well, the United States doesn't have a central data governance or data security or privacy Regulatory System the most prominent example of one globally as Europe, which has the general data protection regulation called the GDP are, and that governs things like when an apper services going to collect your personal information they have to gain certain types of consent and follow certain types of rules and there's also kind of limits the. Idea that if you collect data for a certain reason that you got consent for you shouldn't be able to use it for other reasons and that type of governance is just not that prominent in the US partially because the big US social media companies are not especially keen to have their practices heavily regulated they. They find GDP are in Europe to be burdensome and You know get in the way of making money. Kalland back in June president trump organized a rally in Tulsa Oklahoma and rumor has it that tiktok users promoted buying tickets for the event and didn't show up so that the event would be empty. What do we know about how that rubbed of the administration? So, what we know is it seemed to sort of frustrate the administration. Now, there's no evidence that the Tiktok users and K pop stands who are fans of Korean pop music that they had any impact on turnout. We are going through a global pandemic. There are a lot of factors going on right now. So it is really hard to know sort of what that impact was. But what we do know is it likely inflated expectations for turnout. The administration was planning to have a second rally after the main rally in Tulsa. which they then had to cancel, and so we think that it really messed with them. It was a it was a real genuine troll on the part of these tic TAC users against the president, and it really seemed to rub him the wrong way and there are lots of Tiktok users young first time voters who are telling me that when trump said, he wanted to ban this APP that was a retaliation for what they did the stunt they pulled the prank they pulled in Tulsa most what they think is happening. That's what they think is happening why there is no evidence that that's the president's line of thinking but that's what these eighteen to twenty two year olds are telling me that that's their beliefs. Cowan, we talked about The you know whether or not talk users actually had any effect on the trump rally in Tulsa back in June but more more directly here wondering if you're seeing any more political movement on the APP, whether it's a pro trump or pro biden or anti-trump anti, Biden has it started to move away from dance and song and move towards more political leaning so far. It can do both things at once actually. So there are still the dance trends. There are massive accounts that are just enjoying music on the APP but we see a lot of politics on Tiktok now maybe more than ever some young people are telling me they feel that because their home in quarantine and because politics ramping up nationally as we get closer to this election that they're seeing more and more politics in their feet, and what we're seeing is a not so much pro by content, but a lot of anti-trump content and I WANNA be clear. There is Republican Todd Democrat tiktok liberal Tick Tock conservative Tiktok. But what it appears to be is a lot of generation. Z.. Has a anti-trump sentiment and that does not mean they heavy pro biden sentiment. But things that we see our young people say, Hey, on this day, everyone go to president, trump's campaign store and put these products in your cart. But don't check out because allegedly that messes with their inventory or everyone on this day go to president trump's twitter account and report account, and let's see we can get a taken down. So we're still seeing these sort of organized movements sort of Troll, the president and a lot of discussion of politics but whether or not that is in in favor of vice, President Biden or in favor of president trump is sort of yet to be seen. Graham LE. Let's talk a little bit. But I mean, it sounds like tiktok users are for the most part having fun on the site sort of trying to do the things that Collina's talking about here but. On a more serious note, the trump administration has been trying to ban the APP. They're citing national security concerns, concerns over censorship by the Chinese government. Valid are any of those concerns really given what you know about China US politics Well I think it's you have to separate them out So the the concern about censorship I think is legitimate there was there was an example a little while ago where it looked like some of the censorship that they would do in China restricting conversations about things the Communist Party doesn't like discussed had bled over into the international product Now, Tiktok said that they were addressing that wasn't intended again, we don't really. Have a good way in the United States to check up on that and to kind of make sure that speech isn't being censored one way or the other the national security issue I think requires a lot more imagination Now, you know as was mentioned, the the military has has told service members to not use the APP and I think that makes a good amount a sense you know if if you're concerned about an APP Having links to a potential adversary There's all sorts of possibilities of ways that it could be exploited even just using location data of of service members or people who work in sensitive facilities. But if you don't work in sensitive facilities, if you're just sort of going around and and and doing the fun things and engaging in some of the political discourse that Cowan was mentioning you know there's not. A real big national security issue there a I will say that some people think that collecting the full aggregate totality of US Tiktok users could be used later in a analysis to try to do something, but it's really imaginative at this point whereas I think the censorship concerns a real and could be checked on and data privacy concerns are real but should be able to be checked on as well. What about the fact that we we just heard from Ian Bremmer, the president of the Eurasia Group in the previous segment talking about how the United States is viewed internationally in terms of our response to the corona virus. But I did ask in also about his thoughts on what this Tiktok dust up between president trump and China what seemed to Be Rooted in and he said, you know this is also part of trump's sort of relationship with how he views China and Chinese technology he's gone after while way he's gone you know talked a lot about five G. technologies. So do you see that I mean? Do you see that as a pattern in how the president views technologies specifically that's coming out of China. Yeah I think the you know the trump administration's been. Pursuing a campaign of you know escalating what could be a new type of Cold War approach to China and a lot of it is wrapped up in technology and and I think the focus on Tiktok really makes the most sense. If you consider it a distraction from two things I is a distraction from actual problems with China you know the the trump administration got this phase one trade deal which didn't really get to the deep issues of subsidy and market access and intellectual property protection. And, on the other hand, it's distracting from the fact that a lot of these security concerns should apply across many apps. Why just tick Tock you know you're talking about including American made apps like facebook and twitter. Yeah I mean the concerns are different when the parent company is in China but there are really unaccountable data collection methods going on across ad networks and data brokers are building profiles of Americans and people in other countries that can be purchased just with money and you know it's not only add companies that by this data governments can get it to. Callan, as we sort of touched on this earlier. But of course, we I, say this all the time we're heading into one of the most consequential presedential elections in my lifetime at least social media is constantly changing is tiktok going to be a thing and twenty twenty and November, or is it going to be eclipse with something else or it'll change the? Will it change the election? Calvin what are your thoughts on that? I don't see Tiktok going away anytime soon, as long as the president allows it to operate in the United States I think we're gonNA see more is eight organizing on the APP among young people and I think we're GONNA see. TIKTOK. As long as Microsoft buys it or another company comes in to allow it to operate in the US I think it's going to stick around for a long time. I mean the president did Callan has also asked that Microsoft give money to the Treasury. If it makes this sale, we is anybody else interested in buying tiktok or is it just Microsoft right now? I don't think anyone else has come out as far as I'm aware and said that they are interested in purchasing Tik. Tok I think Microsoft even just recently confirmed that they were interested in this conversation, but it appears a deal needs to be made by September fifteenth. So if someone's going to buy it, it has to happen soon. Well you heard it here I guess I callan Rosenblatt is a youth internet culture reporter for NBC News Dot Com and Graham Webster is the editor of the digit China Project at the Stanford? University Cyber Policy Center and he's also a fellow

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Former 'Ellen' Producer Says DeGeneres Was Aware of Abuses

Todd and Don

01:43 min | 2 d ago

Former 'Ellen' Producer Says DeGeneres Was Aware of Abuses

"Former Ellen Show employees, they report sexual harassment and misconduct by top executive producers. And it runs rampant behind the scenes. That's the word on it all starts at the top. It does. I guess it does go. Apparently, ex employees say one executive producer had a reputation of being hands E with the women and then another solicited aural sects at a work party. Never do that at a work party. No, no, and I'm sure it was well received. Sure, yeah, Always a good move. So what? So now the Twitterverse, everybody you're trying to side who's going to be Ellen's replacement. She's not coming back. Well, will the requirement. Be that that it's Ah gay person? I bet I, It has to be otherwise it would look horrible. I'm sure that's going to be the number one priority, and hopefully they have talent. Beyond that. You may be right. I would kind of lead towards funny and entertaining. Well, that it's not that easy anymore, Todd. I guess it is you got you got more, but it's hard to be funny these days. Hopefully, yeah, yeah, ISS it is It's It's hard. It's hard to To know when it's okay to be funny when it's not okay to funny when it's be OK. They said. OK to laugh. Is it not okay? I don't know. S O just got rid of bullying in our schools. That's why that's what happened to make bully and great again. The tide had done shall making bullying great again. How do you pronounce it? Marga? I don't know how you pronounce it AA aa. You're right. It worded the good old bullying Go.

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Four more people killed in weekend shooting spree across New York City

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 3 d ago

Four more people killed in weekend shooting spree across New York City

"Over a period of just 12 hours, three shootings and a stabbing from Friday night into Saturday morning. At 10:40 p.m. Here in the Soundview section of the bronze, 21 year old old She She Kwan Kwan Wilson Wilson shot shot dead dead while while shooting shooting dice dice at at the the corner corner of of Rosedale Rosedale and and Randall Randall Avenues. Avenues. Five Five days days after after the the birth birth of of his his first first child, child, according to his friend Todd, This is unbelievable, like a hit found U Haul. You know, everybody start of young gone crazy, but he calmed down. He just had a baby. Hours earlier, Someone stabbed 48 year old Telmo Ruiz to death in an apartment hallway in Washington Heights. 1:30 a.m. in the Bronx, a 34 year old man shot and killed in the Eastchester Gardens playground. Then it's 6 30 in the morning, a 35 year old man killed by gunfire outside his Far Rockaway apartment in Queens. Li with this reaction. No one's gonna shoot anywhere. She was in the Bronx in my hand and where the world is going crazy right now. Roger Stern, 10 10 wins and sound view the bronze. 84 degrees right now. Mostly sunny. We're going down to 70 for tonight. Midtown Wins

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Workers continue strike at key Navy shipbuilding yard in Hoboken, NJ

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:24 sec | 4 d ago

Workers continue strike at key Navy shipbuilding yard in Hoboken, NJ

"Eleven hundred shipyard workers went on strike at the todd yards at Hoboken New Jersey yesterday despite a government appeal that their work is vital, another fifteen hundred men stayed away from the top yards at Brooklyn waiting to take a strike vote Federal Mediator Howard t Colin wired the hoboken workers that a stoppage in this essential industry could cause serious consequences because of the Korean

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Trump slams mail-in voting as Republicans reject suggestion to ‘delay’ November election

Todd Schnitt

00:18 sec | 5 d ago

Trump slams mail-in voting as Republicans reject suggestion to ‘delay’ November election

"President. Trump is eager to know the results of the upcoming election. He was asked about his tweets, suggesting the election be delayed until everyone convert safely in which he explained he wanted to know the results on November 3rd, not days or weeks later, he then slammed mail in ballots and said he's in favor of absentee

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MLB Postpones Miami Marlins Games Through Sunday Due To COVID-19 Outbreak; Philadelphia Phillies Will Not Play Until Friday

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:50 sec | Last week

MLB Postpones Miami Marlins Games Through Sunday Due To COVID-19 Outbreak; Philadelphia Phillies Will Not Play Until Friday

"Tonight. Meanwhile, Major League Baseball Is facing some serious issues with the virus outbreak that is sick and half of the Miami Marlins team They league has suspended the bottom season through Sunday. The Philadelphia Phillies will be sidelined by the pandemic until Friday. Morpher maybe sees Todd and commissioner Rob Manfred feels confident baseball will be okay despite the fact that half the Marlins team is infected with covert 19. But MLB insider Jeff Passan on SportsCenter says the season just started. You've still got eight weeks of the season left. You've still got trips up and down the East Coast, the West Coast pass and says This is not The Marlins problem to think that this is going to be unique to only one club. Honestly, I think is frankly naive. Yankeesmanager Aaron Boone just wants to stay the course. If you're gonna have success on the baseball field this year is you're gonna have to be able to deal with the curve balls that Khun likely come on a daily and weekly basis. Dr. Anthony Fauci says This could put the

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Fast-Food Chains See Shifts Made During Pandemic Paying Off

Todd and Don

01:01 min | Last week

Fast-Food Chains See Shifts Made During Pandemic Paying Off

"Ozai, and he confirmed that McDonald's Is all in on investing in the the efficiency of drive thru locations, a number of which is a good you know you no indication of post pandemic recovery markets with a higher percentage of drive throughs are showing a quicker recovery. Yeah, it makes sense that restaurants are trying to, you know, cut those losses at food courts and other retail in environments and rely heavily on the foot traffic. Now the story goes on to say the McDonald's restaurant started opening inside the WalMart big box locations back in the early nineties during a period of growth for the fast food industry made a lot of sense. You've got a lot of people walking in and out the door. Yeah, let's share some space. It makes a lot of sense, but there's no drive thru McDonald's window at the Wal Mart, right, so they're getting rid of it. Yeah, that's what's working for people Right now. There's no doubt any drive throughs that you've done Atyour favorite restaurant. You probably noticed that the business the business is brisk. I've done P Terry's a few times to drive through a man. They have got it going on as far as the efficiency of that, speaking

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Senate Republicans Introduce the HEALS Act for Coronavirus Pandemic Relief

Todd and Don

00:58 sec | Last week

Senate Republicans Introduce the HEALS Act for Coronavirus Pandemic Relief

"Of Don show something proposed Heels Act that Senate Republicans rolled out Monday includes a second stimulus check but a payment up Tio $1200 for qualifying individuals. Just one of the slices of the Senate stimulus proposal, if passed, would also renew enhanced unemployment assistance. The offering significantly less financial support than the march cares Act the in a plant more than $100 billion for schools, reopening somehow ever think that the next stimulus package could accomplish Muchmore Monday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, he tweeted out the GOP GOP plan does not meet this moment. Wanting Mohr want to give out more checks for the final shape of the stimulus package will emerge through Ah rounds of bipartisan negotiations, of course, and it's already started and there are a lot of major points that both sides are picking apart. But I guess the one sticking point is that $600 extra a week if approved by Republicans will go back down to

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Pricing Our Climate

Why It Matters

02:20 min | Last week

Pricing Our Climate

"Do you think you can give us some of the big climate updates for the last year? Because twenty twenty has been a bit of a rough one and I think that a lot of people have been distracted from the long term. Twenty twenty has been talked about in the last few years by a lot of climate experts as are really important year. It's the point at which we would expect to start saying emissions decline. My name is Kate. McKenzie, I write a column for Bloomberg Grain I. Also advise organizations that are working towards a the Paris agreement goals in all kinds of capacities. So we sometimes call that bending the curve because you'll emissions have been increasing most years for obviously a many many decades now, and that's the first thing that needs to changes that annual growth rate needs to really end and start reversing at a fairly steep right because there's obviously a lot less air travel and certain other kinds of transit in particular and activity. Obviously, emissions are down this year. It's not really clear whether that's going to be permanent and it's not clear at what point you know that might rebound, and again, we don't want a lot of these particular changes to be permanent because they're so harmful. To cut those missions and otherwise. I we on the right. Track. There's a lot of encouraging signs, but there's also a lot of causes for concern, the overall emissions trajectory. If you kind of plotted out on todd, it's still not on a pathway that we should be on. There's also I. Guess Questions about the international process and the extent to which countries are meeting their commitments under the Paris Agreement to target a cut in their missions, and whether they're actually doing that quickly enough and keeping up with the schedule to be UN climate meeting that usually takes place at the end of the year is postponed this year until late next year but that process is still. Continuing in the background where countries are still being asked to look at their emissions plans look at their long term plans and talk about how they're actually planning to cut their emissions to get to nine zero by twenty

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FDA authorizes first COVID-19 test for people without symptoms

Todd Schnitt

00:18 sec | Last week

FDA authorizes first COVID-19 test for people without symptoms

"Test is getting the green light to be used on people not showing symptoms. On Friday, the FDA authorized lab court to also be able to use their test on a symptomatic patients. The agency said. LabCorp presented scientific proof that their tests can recognize the virus in someone not feeling ill. A

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MLB suspends Marlins' season through weekend amid outbreak

Todd Schnitt

00:18 sec | Last week

MLB suspends Marlins' season through weekend amid outbreak

"Its season after a Corona virus outbreak. The league suspended this season for the Florida Marlins for at least a week after 15 players and two staff members tested positive. It also suspended the Philly season through Friday because they shared the field over the weekend. But so far no Philadelphia players tested positive despite calls by a union

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Coronavirus relief bill negotiations continue as benefits set to expire

Dana Loesch

00:34 sec | Last week

Coronavirus relief bill negotiations continue as benefits set to expire

"Are pushing the Heels act as a new Corona virus relief Bill. Kurt Darling reports on how one of your senators helped piece it together. It's just the starting point of negotiations, says Senator Todd Young, pirate. Start Act might ultimately be included throughout the course of negotiations with the House of Representatives in the White House. The restart act is a bill put forth by young that would expand the Paycheck protection program to make loans more forgivable for small businesses, he says. The heels act as it stands right now would allow for many Hoosier businesses to fall through the cracks in that regard. Kirk Darling. 93

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'Tidal Wave' Of Power Shut-Offs Looms As Nation Grapples With Heat

Todd and Don

00:27 sec | Last week

'Tidal Wave' Of Power Shut-Offs Looms As Nation Grapples With Heat

"That there could be a tidal wave of power shut offs coming across this country. How come well when the commander virus pandemic hit many power companies halt to disconnect. Shins for people who couldn't pay their bill. But time is up. Yeah. Yeah, many of the many of the power shut off moratoriums or expiring as millions of Americans are still unemployed. That combined with the hot temperatures across the country could be a recipe for disaster. Some watchdog groups are really concerned about that. Well, yeah, you know,

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30000 Americans receive Covid-19 vaccine in major test

Todd Schnitt

02:35 min | Last week

30000 Americans receive Covid-19 vaccine in major test

"The Corona virus front. Let me lightning around a bunch of stuff here. Final test of the Madonna Covert 19 vaccine trial. Has begun, according to numerous reports. This is the world's biggest vaccine study and the final phase here launched today with the 1st 30,000 US participants. Beginning the test for this vaccine for this experimental immunization developed by modern along with the date with the National Institutes of Health. Savannah, Georgia, Speaking of Georgia was the first trial site to get up and running there going to be over a dozen across the country for the third phase here, according to Madonna. Now, what's gonna happen is volunteers that get the shot. They're not going to know if they're getting the rial vaccine or the placebo, the inert jab in the arm after two doses of the shot, Then the researchers will look and see which group experiences Mohr infections. As they continue running around doing their their normal things, and especially, they're going to be looking at areas where people are part of the trials, and these areas are experiencing the bumps. The increases. In Corona virus. Certainly Florida Georgia, the Carolinas. You've got the Sunbelt States. Texas, You've got Arizona, California. Clearly they're going to be testing areas in those states. As well and every month now through the fall. The covert 19 prevention network is going to roll out a new study of AH leading candidate vaccines, each one with 30,000 new volunteers. And we're gonna have one vaccine that is going to be a stand out or we're gonna have multiple Mac vaccines from multiple companies that are going to have a high degree of efficacy. We shall see. But clearly we need a vaccine that works. And then, of course, if it does This would this is historic folks. If it does just the amount of time to develop a vaccine, get to this phase and testing with this many people and that the potentially have the vaccine out. By early or mid next year. That's still it's a rocket ride. It's this is historic. It would

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My Secret Hack To Increase Your Webinar Conversion Rates

Marketing Secrets

04:33 min | Last week

My Secret Hack To Increase Your Webinar Conversion Rates

"Right. The webinar fuel Webinar the Anthony. More so than I did really recently. In fact, we tonight for the time you're listening, but recording this day could be week or so. By the time you listen to this this episode, but basically happened. We came in here and we did the web and so. It was a little ready firing. Things was like we planned this to be in a month now a whole month launched and we said No. Let's get it done quick. We gave ourselves like three days. So that meant is like number one which was Monday creator registration page and promoted it right ID number two, then I created the slides because I could which were perfect, but they were Kinda. Good. Day three finish slides, and then we went live, and it was just chaos because we had over ten thousand people registered. We have I think. Thirty five, hundred live cutting, it was chaos so a lot of fun, though and we did the Webinar and overall, the Webinar was awesome. Crushed it sells converted really well like everything was was awesome with it, but the right three or four spots that I could tell them work right right that we miss something. Looking back at the questions that people smit afterwards like they're missing this gap, and the urgency of the scarcity wasn't right in the bud. Things were busy. In fact, it's kind of fun todd. You know I co Co founder and partner Todd. He watched it, and then he messaged me he's like Russell you've messed up. You've heard about this and this and this and I was like house taught. Teach me webinars now, but it was actually really good. It was some of the most of the key things that we didn't click funnels to increase conversions and our webinars and I forgot about it. I was rushing to build these slides out, and so basically was was. was there there was no. There's no urgency in scarcity couple things. If you've ever gone through any my my deep webinar training. Talk about how in the offer stack you want to introduce constraints so later in the stack you can. You can amok was restraints right so what I saw what the thought was instead of saying hey. webinars unlimited everything was coming and saying. Hey, you get a you know. There's going to be limited at twenty twenty webinars. You could build hundred thousand things like that, and so those constraints people nobody constraints with okay, because still pretty good, and then at the end of it like the bonus. These people now say hey, those who get started today while we're live. We're going to release these constraints. Instead of having twenty dollars. You get one hundred or unlimited so this you're going. Get this you can. kind of break things out and so it was cool out of that is. He told them I was like. Oh, my Gosh, she's right and right now were Brandon Fisher on our team. Is that rendering the Webinar and getting it ready? All sorts of stuff like that and say wait before you render the final version I needed record. Some clips ran back to the office. You know it's nighttime now we're. It was the morning or during the day when you. Turn Lights look as close to possible deal before and came back and I redid three sections of the slides to introduce constraints, and then and then only. Restraints by making unlimited offer in. Record those three things quarter part one part two part three brands going through editing it in and then anthea for weight increase with three bonus record right now and then. Brandon said that in taking this presentation, they did really really well, and it's like what are the Holsworthy gap? So could you better and recordings weaving in, and it's really it's really powerful if You badgen light. River. This is probably a horrible example, but it's taught by. Hand is probably tired now, so but on on Seinfeld where it's the time where George's with his buddies and they're. They're They're making fun of him. They keep ripping on him and and he has come back way to stores, comebacks and just work, and so finally he up with the perfect comeback. He's so excited in the comeback with something like. The jerk store called, they're out of you and everyone's like trying to give me a horrible comeback. You'd better come back in. And then he put himself the situations where he can use his comeback. He's been waiting for. It's like this is the perfect comeback. It's GonNa. Crush everybody, destroy him, and and he kept setting finally came back and someone said you know the thing is like the jerk store. They're out of you. You and kind of bombed, but it was funny because he knew all this was lying. If I had this line that would work perfectly and think for for us like the reminder. It's been a while since I've done something like this, but it's like wepener. Overall was given a couple of parts like if I just was said this just had this piece. 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Show Notes Tips from Tech-Minded Podcasters

Podcast Insider

05:39 min | Last week

Show Notes Tips from Tech-Minded Podcasters

"First thing, the big news for those of us in the podcast industry in a lot of podcasters out there is podcasts movement. In Dallas, has been canceled surprise surprise. It's kind of been the theme all this year. You know all these big events getting canceled or push back and then canceled and that's what happened here. They pushed it from August to October and then decided to go virtual. So, they're going to be going virtual. If you applied to speak at podcast movement by the way you're going to have to reapply if you WANNA speak virtually at the virtual event. That's I believe October nineteenth yeah, Eighteen, th through the twenty nineth, so they're going to kind of spread it out over ten days, so at shouldn't a burden, too many people with having to take a lot of time off from work. That'll be good. Yeah I was surprised when I saw how long the virtual event is going to go for, but I do think that's good, because most of us including me. I don't really WANNA. Sit on a you know virtual video conference type thing for you know more than. Probably a few hours a day, so spreading it out will make it easier. I think for most people oh. Yeah for sure, and you know I kind of saw this coming of if you notice all of the little, meet upset. podcast movements been having online every time they do it. They use a different technology. So I think they were just testing out the technology to figure out what they want to do for the the virtual full events so. It'll be interesting to see how it all works out I. Hope I hope it goes well. I know podcast is doing one in August. that's all virtual online, so we'll see how these big conferences work in the virtual world. It really is kind of a brave new world for all of US years. We try to figure out. How to do all these things in the wake of a pandemic, it's It's all new stuff. Oh Yeah I. Think L. for the most part. We're getting through it and getting. Getting. Things done that have to be done. You know that are not related directly to the pandemic or all that so. I think I. Think it's good that it's online this year. I, you know I really hope that things get back to where we can get back in person because I haven't traveled since October which is amazing for me usually. I'm on the road. So Anyway Twenty twenty one. They've already scheduled the podcast movement twenty twenty, one for Nashville Tennessee so. That'll be a new venue for them. Usually they're in bigger cities and guess. Nashville is pretty big, but I. don't know I guess I wouldn't mind checking out Nashville. Yeah. It's an interesting location. I. I know, didn't There was another you know media convention was it's The religious broadcasters association I think that Yeah usually habits meetings in Tennessee. Yeah, and RB National Religious Broadcasters. They usually have there's in Tennessee. They had it out in Anaheim one year. But for the most part it's at the same venue. In Nashville, so I know Mackenzie Angelo and todd have all been to that venue for that show, so they'll be familiar with it. Yeah Yeah it's It's an interesting choice. I like that you know podcast movement has. Tried through its history different locations I. think it's good for everybody because you know, it's a travel under abnormal conditions you know is different for everybody. Some people can afford to go farther and if you have it in a different location. If, people want to drive in. They can or whatever the case is, so it's nice that they've. They've tried to have it in different places over the years. Oh, yeah, when they hit Chicago a I drove. Most of the way in took Amtrak in so that was Kinda cool. Nashville kind of on the outside of my one day drive. Limit so we'll see. You know. Who knows. If, I drive it or fly it or Maybe, I'll find a train that goes that way. I don't know we'll see but I kind of look forward to that Rate. Stood, we have here in the news folder. According to macrumors and many many other sources spotify is introducing their video podcasts for more shows. And I know James Crillon over at Pod News. Dot Net was asking them. You know how. How is that GONNA work is to be are astronaut. turns out that no some sort of proprietary. Thing, so basically you have to upload the video right at spotify, and it only goes to spotify, so it's not like a full video podcast, and if you have a video podcast, that is a full normal, RSS, based video podcast still won't work on spotify.

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The Trader Joe's Haul Episode

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:56 min | 2 weeks ago

The Trader Joe's Haul Episode

"Okay. How do we feel about Colusa? Think! It's good i. mean it's tasty sweet. Okay, so the coffee flavored liquor is now available in to drink cold brew Kansas Okay so the drink contains real Arabica coffee with notes of Caramel chocolate and vanilla mixed with Colusa, even has the foam on top, and it's only eighty calories again. Wow So. That's because see. The thing is about Colusa. It's usually super calorie dense like leakers like the very very sweet, and so the fact that this says eighty calories a can you know I feel like I would try this and I would make some kind of fun recipes out of it so I'm excited to check that out. Put a little whip on top I. think it'll be good two hundred in a blender with some ice. From the recipe creations I smell a facebook live. Okay, so before we jump in. I do want to say that we haven't yet another fantastic sponsor for this week's episode, you guys. Are you excited about the sponsor, very? I know I am it's our old pals at enlightened first of all enlightened? Sorry, they make the best ice cream and frozen products in the Biz in addition to their incredibly delicious badeah being bought a boom snacking broad beans, which are to die for but today we are specifically talking about a new frozen product. They have you know. Enlightened started out with novelties. They had those ice cream bars originally before they got into pints and all the other great stuff that they do, but they have a new bar called enlightened fruit infusions that are low in sugar there, especially popular with the Kito audience because they're totally Kito, friendly, right? Very low in sugar, sixty ninety calories, hardly any fat. Three to seven grams of fiber, three to five grams of sugars and total, which is pretty incredible for a fruit bar, and they're real fruit frozen pops. They literally have seventy to eighty percent less sugar than most of the competition, and they are not made with any artificial sweeteners. I love these bars. They were nice enough to send them to me like during the pandemic freezer, they're really refreshing. Their infused with natural herbs and other feel good ingredients, but all you really taste. Is that fruity deliciousness now I love the flavors that they have with these because think about how cute and fund these are coconut plus immunity immunity. With elements like elderberry and high biscuits that support a healthy immune system have strawberry and chill. With like calming ingredients like Lavender Camomile and more. And like usually that stuff feels a little like I, don't know. Earthy crunchy a little bit out there to me, but I'm just telling you. The strawberry is my favorite flavor, the watermelon soothe. Has Tim. Rick and other anti inflammatory ingredients, and they have a pineapple and renew flavor with digestive benefits from Dandelions, root, Ginger, root, and more so have you tried these bars I have and I'm like blown away that you get all those benefits and it's just a delicious fruit bar. I was Kinda hoping that maybe you'd want to. Make it a little run down the hill and drop it off at our house. Maybe I should have done that I. I don't know what's left. There might just be sticks left like an ice cream truck. Will you like play some music while you pull up to our house amount, enlighten fruit infusions. Sure, but if by any chance you miss the ice cream, hungry girl as she drives by Your House, you can get these at whole foods. All right we might do that and. Everyone else could do that. We were definitely doing home for whole foods home delivery, so we'll definitely do that for sure. Okay. Well good work from the enlightened people. We Love Them I love everything they put out. This is just a new thing for them. And I say Kudos to them because they have really been doing so well with other Kito friendly products. Okay well onto the hall I am so excited. I have. Have to say we're going to jump in and start tasting. Some of the stuff that I found a trader Joe's. I'm not saying all of this is new, but I have to say it is all new to me so and that's what doesn't matter. Yeah, it doesn't and sometimes you know it's good to to pick up some foods that you hope will be around forever. Because Trader Joe's is known for like having all these. Products, and hopefully some of these will stick around for the long haul, but we are starting off with some savoury items. We've got an exciting egg for todd with Swiss cheese and cauliflower so I. I saw these in the freezer section. I know Aaron who works with US swears by these. She said Lisa. You need to try this. You put it in a flat bread. You make a rap out of it I think they're super cute and you. You can do a lot with them. It says the serving as to for Tatas, but I feel like you only need one especially. If you're creative with it, they have one hundred and thirty five calories, each seven and a half grams of fat twelve and a half grams of protein and their little egg pucks. They're cute. They're very fluffy to.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Welcome back. Welcome back and welcome back. This is Todd Dirk, and this is the get your mind and the impact show and. Wow Oh? Wow, I need to take a deep breath. Oh Man. Oh, man, what a crazy few days! It has been but get your mind. Right book just came out two days ago. June second and I just WanNa start with so much gratitude today. Thank you for all the well wishes the DM's the social media post. The love I felt it I've been feeling it and I just WanNa. Thank you for all of the great comments. Questions and everything else. Coming in a today is going to be a celebration I'm going to celebrate all of you I've got fifty questions I'm not going to get through all of them say I'm GonNa. Pick about ten out of the fifty that have come through and enter them, and there's an array of topics so buckle up and is able to want to join me for a get your mind. Right retreat like in Hawaii or a Hamas. I WANNA. Just plant the seed now that we're going to have a retreat. Can I get an amen and Amen? So that after we get through the pandemic and all the book launch that we're going to go into like I. Don't know this coming winter will go down to an island and just have a good ole retreat on that so a few things today. if you are not hard of the get your mind right contests. I want to invite you to it. It's completely free, and it goes from now until June sixteenth and you can win some great prizes. All of my my sponsors and I love all of them. every sponsor that I work with a US them I believe in them, and that's why endorse them with giving great prizes away just for participation, so if you participate, you have a chance to win one of the great prizes. We have a thorough gun. You don't WanNa to gone out there. We have the wreck.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"There's been some parallelism including what I was explaining. Two thousand six. You Open your doors. I don't know if you remember this. You actually said. Hey, you wanNA grow is going to be another eight thousand another five thousand square feet. Let's get a little. Team of ten people in Alpha silicate, this down at the Rock Church and you had just got the building at the Rock Church and you came in, and we had the you know Donna, dig in Ken! Sawyer we had some people that have been with me for a long time, and you actually facilitate an exercise where you said Todd, you're not allowed to talk. I'M GONNA ask questions to all your people not. Is this the rights pepper? You remember that? Was At work. What it was awesome, because it did work because we got great feedback about you said you've got to lean on people who have been with you for many years which you can't be the one doing the meeting to get feedback of you should, if you should expand your business or not, let me do it off. Facilitate the round table and we had a two hour round table. Discussion we had pizza brought into the Rock, and it was like a a was a Monday night from seven to nine o'clock and I'll never forget that you may forget it, but I'll never forget it because. Pay Maybe. That's why I forgot IT I. Yes. Each Even up to now, guys, I share this, but one of the highlights. Is We record this in the month of April? Are Among the May I'm sorry we. We've been doing a Bible study since April early April and a one of the highlights of my week has been Monday nights. with pastor miles is why wife, Debbie and several other couples on that stuff? Stuff and I WANNA. Thank you because Alaska. Couple weeks and months have been certainly tremendously challenged for many people, but what you're doing how you're leading the Rock Church our Bible study man just hats off to everything. You're doing right now with thanks. Thanks, thanks, it's a pleasure even though Mondays every Monday night I'm like why do this on Monday because I'm so. But, it is like giving I'm glad it's a blessing. I just love being in groups with people well always. Here is Mondays the most difficult day for pastor. Right because you give all Sunday and then Monday your absolute shot, and actually you've done a great job since I've known you at least the last decade on Mondays trying to recharge with your body massage and recouping your energy and all that stuff so. It's interesting, but today I want to actually step back. I in in a way you. WanNa think about? These days where you're at right now, a lot's changed in. Let's say twenty years. What's what's most on your heart right now? While is a lot of things. I just turned sixty in March and that it wasn't a big emotional thing for me because I was really excited about turning sixty I wasn't like depressed or anything. But I definitely feel like.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

10:25 min | 2 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Day Anki. Todd I mean I appreciate that in you. Know where gratitude is is more than attitude. That's another tool that's helped me. It is a way of life and because because I didn't have that coach absence team I have to make sure that I'm that for the other people in in order to do that. I have to appreciate have to appreciate the opportunity that I've been given to work with this youth right into appreciate that. Appreciate the because man it is it. Is there how they helped me and they teach me more than I feel like? I get that the users today are awesome. We are still that we get you. So even when they're headaches we have to think that because they are making a better. I I want to end with this I believe everyone needs a mentor. To coach you mean I need I need mentor? You need coaches and mentors. We all need people that we can be held accountable to in that. We can get things done one of the reasons you started. Your developed developing athlete. Podcast was so that you can impact a young athletes in men and women who are striving to be the best in their life If you could tell an athlete three things to remember along their journey of development. What would those three things be? Could you talk about that? A lot on the podcast. What would your three Be Leslie? Number one would be respect. The Rep beat present in each honor. It honor extra in every area of your life every interaction and then the second thing would be to to compete of course compete to be your best in compete. Means to bring out the best in yourself into bring out the best in each other. I don't think you can be your best without helping the people around you there. S Right so help. Your teammates help your parents help. Your friends know that we're all in this together and then the third one would definitely be that you're you can make it through whatever challenges in front of you so honor the struggle. Seek the struggle week. We don't want to be comfortable because when we're comfortable were not growing right to seek it. Say how how can I wrote every opportunity in front of you challenge it use it to wrote and then become the person that are meant to be you know and enjoy the journey. I'm going to add a PS. Enjoy the journey. The highs the lows. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA cry. You'RE GONNA laugh. You're you celebrate. You'RE GONNA win. You'RE GONNA lose like that's right that's like we see that in the mastermind. Some people come in they are at the highest some people at the lowest but they keep showing up in the next thing like that. It's like heels. Valley writes does enjoy the journey in. Enjoy it with people you love. So why now? Thirteen years later. You'll still find yourself in the mastermind because you need coaching. And you need to surround yourself with people. Every opportunity for me is is opportunity to grow and I need to get feedback from you. Need to get feedback from my coaches and say you know. What do you think about this? What do you think about because we see things especially when you're emotionally attached to something a lot of times you have like this view but you can see objectively through other people? I could give tons of ice other people but when it comes to the I might not be able to see that so. I don't need you because you're not a mostly invested in it to give me honest feedback and to look at that and I love giving. I love giving now at the beginning of the mastermind. I did not think anything like why. Am I here now when we get together? What can I help you but can help you right there. I love to others so it just an energy flow that I well. You've always done an amazing job even when you think you have given your spirit energy has always been there and now as a veteran in the group obviously as as as a pioneer someone who has been with me for a long time. I thank you for all that you do for so many and for showing up in Utah about respect. Reps in struggling is your strength Whether it's a daily struggle whether it's a a specific episodic struggle that someone is going through. I want you all to use Leslie as a resource. Because she is an amazing woman who who is his epitomizes. What get your mind? White is all about what impact is all about and now through her podcast in through her book. You're going to want to certainly follow up lizzy lizzy work in someone. Find out more about you. They can follow you on instagram or website. Where where can they do that? Yeah and INSTAGRAM. I'm Leslie t underscore Cooksey and then my website. Is Leslie. See Trujillo tear you day? I L L. DOT COM and I'll put all in the show notes guys but follow her on instagram. Leslie t understood underscore coach see Lesley underscore coach see. Because let me tell you what you see some amazing things that I got into this. Your beach workouts. Their of legend. I'd had athletes come down and talk about. They've done beach workout with Leslie. What the heck do you do in these beach workouts? That make him such such a legend. Man. We compete. We have fun. It sounds like coach. Carol had a huge impact on you and you know he still. Obviously he's having so much great success up there in Seattle seahawks and and I think anytime you have a mentor. That can rub off on you and an almost two decades later still influence you. Your Voice is very evident with your conviction so Leslie. Thank you for being here today. Thank you for sharing all you are. Folks listen her. Podcast developing athletes. Podcast developing apple podcasts. She's got the deer her book that you can read and please feel free to share this episode as well. If you know someone if you have a son or daughter that can benefit from it if you have a friend that can benefit from it. Please make sure you share that as well so leslie. Thanks so much for being here today. Anger having me. Todd love you too girl there? You have it my friends a great episode with Leslie Trujillo Take a look at the show notes. All the information is in there. Remember the continue to train hard. Eat right live inspired respect the rats and of course your struggled is your strength. I hope you enjoy today's episode with your Mayo. Man You talk about impact. You talk about someone. Who's doing amazing things I love? Your struggle is your strength. What are you doing every single day to overcome any adversity any challenge that you face and we know we're an unprecedented times and I just want to continue and encourage to continue to respect the rats man respect. The Rep's is what it's all about. Also you heard the concept. Today's several times of my mastermind group. And if you're a coach your trainer I want to invite you to to look more into the mastermind group. If you right now with everything going on if you feel like you need support. You need my accountability You need my understanding of business or leadership to come down to branding right now in pivoting and changing perhaps on training programming or just personal growth. If you would like me to coach you through the mastermind group all you gotta do is check out. The link is called Toddrick and mastermind dot COM todd Durkan mastermind dot com. All of the information is there. I think the things that are are most prevalent and important with the mastermind number. One you're going to be surrounded by the most amazing community. You could possibly imagine we've got a couple of hundred people in there. That are some of the finest passionate a fitness. You're gonNA find on the planet also when you talk about having the skills in the actual know how of what to do when to do it. You're talking about some of the most experienced people in the fitness industry even beside myself. That will help you with wherever you're at in your walk in whether you're agreeing trainer or you been in the industry for twenty plus years like myself. We all need that strategy. We all need to think about a where we're going with things but also on the have a sounding board. You don't feel like you're on an island and don't know where to go so if you would like me to help coach you to the next level through all that's going on right now. I would be honored to help you with that. Just todd could mastermind dot com hydrocare mastermind dot com. And I would love it opportunity. Everyone else remember this as we go into this summer and we attack we must keep our minds right and you have not gotten your book yet. Get your book get Your Mind. Right is now available. Get IT GO TO TODD. Dot Com slash. Get your mind right tighter com. Get your mind right. And there are some amazing bundle available to get a bundle of books. Ten twenty five hundred. Whatever you'd like to get you can give them the family friends colleagues coworkers your staff. Whoever it may be makes you get those those bundles of books. At least get one book. We've got some amazing just bonuses for you as well so thank you for joining us today. Let he'll you absolutely rock? Thank you for listening in tuning into that open rot more energy and excitement your workout at your driver commute or just more value to you. Thank you so much remember. Continue to get after it and don't forget to respect the rest..

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

14:22 min | 3 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Eight five three eight is really high energy. Todd I've seen you as an eight. You'd see me as we get a lot of value of being eight. We can keep that up on time. That's what I think is big energy high energy passion disaster. Think of three as calm observe and listen both eight and three or awesome right on like you're right now being a three eight and what I tell people with. The handshake started five. Then people might go. That's pretty basic. It is about a handshake but if we don't if we don't make this basic then the stuff that gets really deep like conversation listening laughter humor knowing how to end the conversation knowing how to honor someone else. That stuff is the art of it could have. We don't know head a handshake properly. You're you're missing the entry. You're missing how to open the door. So start at five five look like well. You don't need a bro me up like try to like overpower me with an update on the flipside. Be careful never GONNA get my business partner. Blair bloom stay. Who you know she's a Rockstar. Do Not Give Blair. Bloom stint a week handshake all trust. You condescending. Doesn't mean you have to overpower people started five. What else practice practice practice now? I think that's great. I mean same even I. It's it's now just human nature when you even a young young boy or girl and you shake their hand if they have a firm handshake look in there and say yes coach. Mike. He's different she's different and I like that. I mean that's that's what you WanNa do on that. Let me ask you this because this is interesting times as we record this right now. The power of a handshake as we record this in the midst of of Kobe. Nineteen people aren't touching each other houses going like you know. How do you give the power of a virtual handshake? You give an Air Bumper Air Hogger. Or how is how is this virtual impression going to change? You believe. It's such eight important question. Just ask talk because we'd never experienced this year's what I think and I'm no grew on unprecedented. Unprecedented damage okay. Let's acknowledge that this is there a guru on something? That doesn't really line out real well but on learning. We're all in this year's I'd say I think there's going to even be more emphasis on a smile on body language. Cool because if we're not creative we're not gonNA hug all the time which I get. It's going to be tough and we're not going to be handshaking all the time the idea. You're more important when you walk into a situation. Put your cell phone down prior to entering if high stakes in fact if you don't have to bring your cell phone don't but the idea of looking at your cell phone before you look up in green is going to be noticed your posture and your body. Language is going to be noticed. And I'm telling you you can see a smile from one hundred yards away. Just remember that. That's it so again. It goes back to basics but I think this whole situation is unplugging us tied so we have to get back to basics daughters a writing. Thank you notes now. They're writing their pen pals with their neighbors. My wife in the neighbor. Figure this out there pen pal. They're loving it dude. I can't remember the last time I wrote a thank. You note talking thank you. I'm not talking about an email or text. Says you'RE LEGIT. Bro. I'm talking to you. I'm saying all this because I know that there are leaders. Parents fitness professionals executives men and women. Listen to your todd and I wanna say to all of them. You're a father. I'm a father todd were all in this and I think we're going to embrace. I hope we embrace this. Simplicity that we're being forced to lean on right now when we get back and reconnect So Good Steve Still GonNa Love The power of a handwritten note power. A handwritten letter Talking to you about something when it comes to body language. Let's say someone is warped? Let's say they don't feel good about themselves. They're either down or depressed Let's say it could be a boys earl? I don't WanNa say you. You have to fake it. You make it. But how do you change your body language? So you're battling dictates your mind that you know if you got chest out and you start to get that tail wagging little bit. A If someone's down like that from a body language perspective. How do you shift your energy from a body language perspective? Yeah I'm really thinking about how to clearly share. I think I'm thinking two ways one is I all of us. We need to give ourselves some grace. We need ourselves some grace. Todd people see you and they think this guy's charged on all the time I know you well enough to know you definitely have your times to reset. I'm not funny all the time out there. All the time and communication grew all the time I asked my wife. She'll tell you messed up or times already. It's one o'clock eastern right. Now Helps Grace give ourselves some grace and if you don't have to pivot into that social interaction right away don't create unnecessary haste if you don't have to pit let's example. I've just worked out with you. I'm wiped out and and you want to meet someone important if we have time for me to reset and get my breath. I'm just GONNA ask for maybe a reset so I'm not shifting quickly so give yourself some grace and then when you are in that situation you know my my hope is that we can appreciate not acting up. Benthic but being often. I think being authentic is way more powerful than acting authentic so you know what if you genuinely are wiped out and you're around people that you trust you can also say hey guys. I'm not feeling at my best right now. Just want to let you know. Knowledge it nate. I'm not feeling at my best right now. I need you to have my back. A Don't mistake my mic down as anything other than a pretty wiped out and then most human beings at a right minded. They're going to be got you so good so good and folks that that you remember. We talked about all those other other habits that we can do to make sure that we shift that as well away from the training what we're eating and then swollen up that that chess and all that as well so that is great right there. See I wanNA talk about something. I know all of our listeners today. love talk might success and you worked with a lot of successful individuals athletes leaders and companies. If you were to break down have some common denominator some common behavioral traits and Best Practices From the executives teams incorporations in parents. Even children would some of those common denominators. I love this question. And it's really hard and you know all due tot start by saying that everyone listening. We are in this together. I'll start with the fact that I'm a father of an eight year old and a six year old and I'm going to try to answer. That question is if I was talking to them. I don't want to see if it resonates with executives leaders and coaches out there. One thing I tell my children do not be afraid to apologize. So one thing I've seen in successful companies is. The leadership has the confidence to tell their teammates when they made a mistake. And you could actually connect that all the way and I'm not going to get political all the way in politics government anyone who's in charge of anything the power of saying. Hey I'm sorry and having the confidence to know you're not gonNA lose your authorities so the ability to be a to say I'm sorry. Another common denominator is leadership. That is successful are accountable. They make themselves accountable and in the last one. I'd say that I see a lot. I mean I see a lot of common nominators. Another one is I tried to encourage my children and I try to look for leaders that have the combination of authority and empathy. So my daughter's eight. I want her to know. She has authority over me but she has authority over her thoughts. She has authority over her decisions and she also at times can have authority over her. Little sister who asks sorta helped her read and then the other component is empathy if we can complete authority and when I see that Combo work usually the companies and teams and groups working with our very successful if they have a Nice Combo Authority and empathy. Ask you this yes I do. You teach empathy Moo thought. This is going to be simple questions. Todd why are we GONNA go? Where did you got a? I don't know if you list whispering now you know what? How do you teach empathy? I think before you think about teaching for the you've got to really know someone's story and you really got to know like where they're coming from and what scars they'd gone through you know. Look Man. I'm pretty privileged brother and I'm GONNA I'm GonNa say you are too and I never taken for granted before. I even tried to teach us a young athlete fighting. Try to teach that young man or woman maybe I I should practice empathy and understand their journey where they brought up with two parents where they brought up in associated economic environment that allowed them to have education privilege. So really the best way for me to teach up at the. You can't is to be empathetic I think he would say that a lot of that. Can you teach love? Yeah you know how to do it be loving. Can you teach fitness Indiscipline Abbott? Rather one of the things I love about you. Is You taking care of your body? And you're not a straight coaches like smoking a cigarette during the break. I mean that's extreme. That's not what I would like. I know that when extreme but like the answer to your question Keith empathy. I think you can and the first step is gateway is to show empathy and when you realize people's journey maybe you understand why they're angry. Maybe understand why they're selfish. Maybe you understand why they don't like to be around. Lots of people may have nothing to do with you. Get Out of your own way. Just be that they're guarded and your job is to love on them and somehow some seeds stay there every time I talk to You. I laugh and that's why I love talking to you because you make me laugh you make me smile and there's power in that there's power and making people laugh and the reason I asked about. Empathy is because it was a great answer. Because you know we have three kids seventeen fifteen and twelve and I think one thing that kids can learn is more of like what you just shared. How do you listen to your friends story? How do that then? Hey how are you doing how? How's life going? How how to me as a as a leader Finished ten asked my team. Hey how how's everything outside of your in training and we got forty two people when you asked when you said that you have to listen to people will listen. I mean just to step away from your ego and you have to go outside of yourself beyond yourself. Say How are you doing and you go back to the listening aspect because empathy and compassion are two things when you even the John. Wins the great coach of the world. They have empathy unloved for the people who they work with that they they train that they're in the trenches with their in the foxhole with so thanks for sharing that that was powerful. Our free down the love this brother I'd love and this This is my worried. I was GONNA jump through my computer and break my read me up to my listeners. If you hear my computer just crashed. Tried TO TACKLE. Todd Todd to go further with this time and I encourage leaders..

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

13:53 min | 4 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"You can't fast forward time but you can absolutely control your time. What are you doing with the time that you have right? Now it might be inconvenient. You might be home. It might be inconvenient. You might be shut down. It might be inconvenient. Maybe maybe the crisis is recovering from a health scare. But what can you do to optimize the time that you have right now? That's being a leader and here's the other thing that always happens in times of crisis leaders show up Eaters stand out so again you could be a leader and control your situation a little better or you could be follower which is okay. But you're GONNA have a lot more anxiety and you're gonNA feel a lot less control over the crisis that you're currently in great wisdom right there. Frank One more question for you you know you shared a few of your different learning opportunities. I'll call them crises in two thousand fourteen. You're diagnosed with cancer yet again. Another crisis And if you've ever gone through battling cancer or any other major disease or health scare. Obviously that's the only thing you think about right and not said before he or she has their health has a thousand dreams he or she does not has one. You're diagnosed with cancer and fourteen looking back now. What did that crisis teach you? Well once again You know you can you. Can YOU CAN LEARN? You could lead. You could lean on you know when I when I got an first of all. I never had a fatalistic form so my my thyroid cancer. Even though there was a little bit of spreading I was always optimistic that I would have the best possible outcome. But when you get that first phone call you know when even when you know that. That's a possibility. Because you're going for ultrasounds and you're going you're going for biopsies and you realize that. Hey this could be cancerous. Nothing prepares you for that phone. Call when you get a call. It was Good Friday two thousand fourteen. I stepped out into the hall of work and the phone voice on the other end. Was Frank this doctor Margulis? Your biopsy results came back. You Have Cancer. You need to prepare for surgery and you're like you're flooded with just like now or any crisis what happens now. Where do I go? How long does this take? Who DO I call? What happens next but once you breathe and you settle down again. Now you've got to lean. Who can I lean on You know at the time the first person I leaned on my wife. Francesca and God bless her. Francesca leaned on heavily during that time. you know. She was making. My doctor's appointments running to the pharmacy making making sure that I had levin pound cake from starbucks. Right after surgery but You know that enabled me and I obviously great doctors but that enabled me to do what I needed to do to prepare for surgery and then recover after surgery so again you know what what I probably learned from. That process is always be proactive. With regard to your health it also started to two thousand. Fourteen was a pivotal year for me. After surgery I started to realize that I wanted to set up my work around my life. Not My life around my work you know. I think it's very easy to think about well. One day down the road. I'd like to maybe take Wednesdays off to ride my bike while I actually did that as part of my recovery once I was physically able to get out and become active again I didn't really have a lot of clients on Wednesday in once I did. I was able to move to other days So I created a blue sky Wednesday where I woke up and I read got on my bike for an hour or two came back and I just kinda focused on a different a different aspect of life that I was always waiting for but I the the cancer diagnosis surging. The recovery said by taught me like why not. Now can you. Can you start to readjust your work life so that you can live a better life and so there was a lot of lessons? Learned through there in terms of how to manage a little bit of fear but definitely. That was a moment where again you learn to lean on people and quite honestly if you recall the day. I got the diagnosis. One of the first things I did is I put a rather lengthy Yum e mail out to my mastermind team and you actually called me that night and said hey man I I wanNA share this to the the entire mastermind. That's your like your first of all you're going to be okay and then afterwards you said like to share this because I recognize there was an opportunity there to lead. It's like hey guys you know what I caught is very early. I'm going to have a great outcome. Be Proactive with your health. Don't just assume because I'm twenty thirty. Forty fifty whatever that and I feel good that I can skip a biannual doctor's appointment or something like that so you know again a different type of crisis but opportunity to lead opportunity to learn and certainly an opportunity to lean and to love. We've got all of those you get in a lot of love. And you've received a lot of love and I think any crisis is a great time to focus on love and we've been talking about love and lighting the world up right now. I think any and all of us who are listening in today right now as you listening is to come from a place of love realizing that you to like me like frank like all of us have been through crisis and we will. We will overcome this. We will get through this and I just hope that Franks words of wisdom today and what you heard from me will just help. Ease your mind and allow you to focus on the here now and to focus on the things that will Be Around family. Be Around love around your community. We talk about iron sharpens iron Franks saying lean into those people who sharpen you right now. Lift you up and empower you. Think good positive thoughts frank any final words here before we wrap it up. You know I guess I would wrap up with this Way when you're facing a crisis a couple of things a great question to ask yourself is if I had a six months heads up on this what would I have done differently over the last six months to prepare and obviously the bigger the list that you would come up with the more things you need to work on the fewer things that are on that list maybe a small comfort to know that you did everything you could to put yourself in the best possible position. But you also need to ask yourself. What are the lessons that this crisis is teaching me? And I want you to remember to final God's in times of crisis the worst thing that you can think of is always the least likely to occur so the worst thing you can think of is always the least likely to occur. And that was thinking about this on my ron earlier. But you'll undoubtedly find yourself facing a crisis at some point but it's often in times of crisis that we truly find ourselves so you know I said earlier. That crisis brings about an opportunity for leadership. I think crisis brings about the opportunity to become our best selves. Todd you said you see a lot of love and times of crisis. I think that's incredibly true and I think that that's going to reveal an avail itself to many people over the coming weeks possibly months now. That's awesome frank. I appreciate you being here as always You and I have the opportunity to interact and converse every single day And it's an honor to work with you and to be your friend in the have you in the inner circle and I always respect and appreciate all the value the wisdom and love that you bring to myself. Our family fitness quest hand the toddler mastermind group and today everyone across the globe. Who's listening in Trying to figure this all out and I think your your words or certainly GonNa Comfort people and allow them to have a different perspective on things so I really appreciate it. Franken if someone wants to learn more about you follow you. What's the best way they can do that? Or they can find the on social at Frank Poker. Puc H. E. R. And now always happy to connect with not just kindred spirits but anyone trying to lead learn in. Lean better in life so Todd I always appreciate you. I'm honored to be.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

07:41 min | 6 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"I mean I just. It's a complete different world to me right now. It's crazy Okay and if someone was in your shoes and they're let's say fifty fifty to one hundred pounds over where they should be. WanNa be what would you say to them today. Something that you went through that was like the mindset shift shift that allow you to finally say enough's enough on taking control of my life. It's today is the start of a new canoe me. What would you say to that person I would say? Don't give up because you can do it because dieting exercising using and when I did into it. It's not fun. You missed a candy. You missed the sodas you know. It's not fun but it's it's worth it you can undoing and did you put your mind on something like the person you wanted to be or the body you wanted to have. What was your? Where is your mind going going like when when you know? You've got an addiction to food or bad habits and you know you know that you want something. But you can't do that if you want to get to a place. What what were you holding onto the revision was there was it what was it? It's actually. We went to Disneyland in October. And I told my wife I want a six pack by Disneyland. I WANNA be sitting at the pool and I want to look good. Good old walk busy always working. It all happens at Disneyland. I love it I love it So massive transformation in your own life three to five pounds plus you down to fifteen now. You went from construction of what fifteen years to now becoming a trainer. What question do you have for me? Right island light we know what. How did you get yourself out there? Get Yourself promoted digest to bring in clients. Well I think you'RE GONNA be the king of this change in lives you change lives you change. Lives one at a time and I think sometimes people think it's a magic wand like it's A. It's an instagram post to facebook. Post or a tick tock or a podcast like listen. All of these. Things are great great ways to reach people but the way okay that I got myself out. There was changing lives. And it's not just the pro athletes I work with. It's the everyday people of falling in love with the process of what I'm doing everyday day see. Nowadays people often want that one thing and I'm always thinking like fall in love with the process of of change in lives. If you're a coach of your trainer if you're alive transformers change more lives and by changing lives people start talking and it becomes authentic in one of the reasons. Why even do this podcast because of lives that we've changed through? This is even like yourself. Somehow you found me but you said also hey. Hey Todd legit. He's authentic. He's in the he's in the trenches training changing lives On that by the way always changing lives this morning right. I was coaching this morning. The bottom line a way to get yourself out there is changed more lives the more lives you change the more you'll get out there are so I I would say as you become a coach trainer. Share your story. We all have a great story and and don't ever hide behind a story of shame. Aim or guilt or fear of like. Oh my gosh. What if they found out I? I used to be obese and overweight and had apathy and depression anxiety stress. All those things. Guess what that's called real life and people relate to people that have been having beaten down or been through a lot of adversity or hard times so I would say magnify what you've been through. It's an amazing being transformation story. What you have rick is an amazing transformation story that has to be shared with the world? And when you do that I promise you going to impact a lot of people so all of these different ways that you see now on social media are great ways to share your story but the bottom line is focus on changing lives and genuinely finding your piece in your happiness in that and I promise you the world is GonNa find you said you find in the world awesome awesome awesome. Well I listen I appreciate you sharing your story and if you can keep me posted on on your whole transformation of you know three to five pounds in construction realizing that. This isn't the life that you wanna live and lead and you making the conscious decision choice to change your life getting your your certification nation and then Training people and ultimately you're going to you're going to change thousands of people's lives and that puts a big old smile on my face. Oh thank you for what you're doing a wing and I can't wait to hear about your successes both personally and professionally man thank you and I will definitely depose rick. Thanks so much. Have a great day day brother piecing man you talk about impact folks come like I'm I'm emotional thinking about rick about you. Think about someone who's beaten downtrodden. Three and five pounds plus over one hundred pounds overweight and the conscious decision of one. One day enough's enough you know he's at Disneyworld at Disneyland and he says hey. I want to do this in six months. What's that light bulb moment for you? What's the lightbulb moment for you? That's GonNa say enough's enough. I'm going to do this with my business. I'm GonNa do this with my career. I'm going to do this with my relationships with my personal health and wellbeing with mindset. What's the lightbulb moment? You know that moment you say enough. I'm taking control of my life today. This is what I'm GONNA do. Here's the step that I'm going to take action on Dave. I'm not waiting another day to do what needs to be done so I could be all them supposed to be for me. That brings me to just tremendous emotion thing about the day that Rick said enough's enough and the joy that he's GonNa bring the so many people's lives because of the transformation he's undergone. Hey listen sometimes when you're under a rock and and you're so depressed and you're so down that man you don't even know if you can survive and then you see a glimmer of hope a little bit of light that little bit of light. You got a Klingon Klingon to cling onto the light and then know that when you have a great vision of what it is it's day after day establishing habits is that will allow you to win just like Rick. Oliver has done guys. I'm so proud of this young man and and whenever I hear a young life transformer a young coach young mm trainer who's fired up literally fired up to change the world because of what he or she has been through that to me brings me great joy and tremendous pride so a huge huge shout out to Rick Oliver Today and to all of you fire breathing dragons mind right maniacs and people who are climbing the mountain who are saying. I'm deserving deserving of more I'm gonNA create more of myself and when you do that I know that the future is bright. Thank you so much for listening to today's episode. Hey let me know did you enjoy this Q.. And A. Episode reaching out on the phone with Rick Oliver. I love connecting with you and whether you DMC on instagram whether you email me just go to toddler dot com slash podcast todd Durkan dot com slash. PODCAST and I'm reading all of your comments all of your questions and I'm taking the ones which I believe are gonna most tremendously benefit and impact the universe. 'cause that's what this whole podcast is about. How can we lie that millions of people? How can we light up? Bodies minden consoles and have a crusade across the world a global crusade to put more light positive light into the universe. Guys I can't wait to see you. It is going GonNa be an awesome awesome.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

10:56 min | 7 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Book and like how to system is your business and we are much more savvy and sophisticated today than we were then but starting out to scale your business what I would say is you gotTa make sure you do set up systems that are going to allow you to be successful. What technologies can use today too when someone starts working with you you today? They're like wow this carly her businesses really streamlined. And it's it's it's a little more technological than are archaic system that we use back in the day where he had a shoebox where we had literally cards that you had to like cross literally manually. Cross out one through forty eight and you're on session. Twelve forty eight sessions. It was the honor system the most archaic system that you ever could imagine that costs us. Tens of thousand dollars in the long run because that was just like we didn't technology exists like it does now but I would say set that business up so you can system is a end scale it and then last like stay in tune with your audience and your Avatar Avatar so like who tried to attract and in your Avatar. Stay in tune with them because guess what. Even though I've had clients for almost twenty years some of our clients have been here for that long and we've got new clients obviously all the time as well. I think consumer insights do change the way people consume information. Change Heck look at the way. Fitness has changed people aren't consuming Consumers aren't even consuming fitness. The way they did twenty years ago when it was just big box gyms it was studios studios. Now there's a lot of online digital ways that you can consume That look at the way we use myzone technologies and have different Challenges that we have on on that so it's an ever changing environment and I think you look at like net flicks. They kick they kick blockbuster business streaming video uber. The taxi taxicabs are like practically out of Business Uber. Now it's changed the way it disrupted the way when did expedia it. Usually you call a travel agent agent member. I want to remember travel by the way. It's a love travel agents not anymore called Expedia and and Expedia you book. Travel travel often through a service like an expedient always say is where the industry your industry whatever industry you're in how do you disrupt it so so you look and say how do I scale it for the future because it's gotTa probably involve digital. It's got to be technological. There's gotta be systems. But how do you still maintain that kinesthetic feel feel when someone walked in there like. Hey it smells good here. Feels good in here. I like this Because I think when you come out of the gates you you'd have to come out of your gates like making an impression and even no we had carpet on the floor refurbished equipment and we had the bootstrapped our way because we didn't have a lot of money I Still WanNa make a good impression. Always making sure you're smiling as a friendly only face because people remember the energy feel it remember what you say but they remember how you made them feel. That's important so that if if it's you or someone at the Front Desk Director First Impressions. It's crucial how you make them feel. Yeah so you talked a little bit about You know you didn't have very much when you start it up and you had you know refurbished abridged equipment and stuff like that. Yeah so when you're starting up finances can be really really tight So one of the things that I'm thinking about is they've got like a small sum of money to start your business. What are some of the areas that you would invest in knowing what you know now? How much money? Let's say like under five thousand dollars under five thousand funny you say that because actually the only investor I had an angel investor Ester bill and Kathy cotton up in San Jose. My future wife's aunt and uncle believed in me so much that they lent me. Five thousand dollars. I was so much money I was like. Oh my gosh I feel like I'm GONNA be rich. The and the and the loan was you. GotTa you gotTa repay back within two years. Here's at no interest. No interest right some personnel. I'M GONNA pay these guys back in a year and I did one year I pay them back but to answer your question. Like what would I do with that money well again for me. I bootstrap that pretty early because it went pretty quick. Because like I ki- runs I ki- like got expensive expensive. Quick for you know you have a couple of thousand dollars you gotTa get a desk and you gotta get some furniture for the front area the lobby because the lobby is very important area. Because you want to feel good and you no you should. You should have a little waterfall there because we have streaming water When you look at Fang Sh- way and represents harmony and happiness and wealth so you have that I think little things. I'd invest in that front area making sure that that lobby is tranquil. That someone comes in they feel like you know what I really liked the feel of this place. It smells good this you know some sense in there whether it be orange or lavender whatever it may be I think the colors of your place council also investing in the way it looks and feels is important. I would say at least in the gym in the fitness studio. Never white walls whites boring. Don't be deep boring. You can't be vanilla in today's Day. So what are you going to do to give an air and a feel about something to make sure it feels good on that. So five thousand dollars goes by like that. It goes by so fast that I think got eaten up real quick because I remember when I first got my sign fitness quest hand. It costs three thousand dollars. I was had a heart attack at age twenty nine because how can assign cost three thousand dollars they do. They're expensive answer and again. Everything's expensive so I maxed out my credit card. Sorry Dave Ramsey on that I did. It was my only option because I didn't have any money in the bank. Said no money no clients. No business plan is the truth. I had a five thousand dollar loan Max Everything Out in in in Fortunate was able to survive. It's amazing it really is helping is answering the questions helping you start your business. I hope it's helpful for everyone else's it has been for me. I really do absolutely absolutely one more question. And this is my last question all right so this is based off of one of your recent instagram posts. So you made a post about marketing being about fifty percent of the game for some of your projects so for someone like me who is so new to this whole business idea like I've spent the last four years learning medicine. I don't know anything about business. Marketing Marketing or very very little so marketing sounds like this big huge ambiguous word right so when you say marketing for specific projects projects. What do you mean by marketing? Like what kind of marketing are you talking email marketing. You're talking social marketing or are you talking. You're starting how should I what I do. Yeah now if I was opening now what I do yes. How much time do you have all day? Todd I know you have all day test fans I know right now. You're at the end of your work. I like Oh man. Td GotTa rap but let me tell you. I'll go rapid fire. I'm just GONNA go off the top my head because marketing I said in that instagram post about marking being fifty percent of your pride. Let me preface it by saying this if your product stinks. It doesn't matter how much you market it doesn't matter. How good your marketing is? You gotTa have a great product. You gotTa have a great culture in that product so I wanNa make sure that that you're that you know it's not confusing that you've gotta you've gotTa make sure that your product is world class and that the customer service is world class in today's competitive Uber Competitive Space It's gotta be it's gotTa be up to snuff. Now what would I do. You mentioned a couple of things the first thing I would do is I would make sure I get out there and shake hands. That's free I'd make sure I network like. Hey I really liked that guy. He came out and shook my hand when he did he. He gave me a a handshake gave me a bag. I'd probably give them an under armour bag full of great swag with it. It is ten water bottle. I give them my while book. I give them stuff including a little guest passed to come. The fitness quest had an experience our culture. They ain't thrown away a good swag bag now. I'm I'm not saying you gotta go out and spend thousands of dollars on that but to go out and shake hands and give a little gift bag with Some of your services and welcome them in for a complimentary treatment achievement. I think that'd be good. I would give away some services in the beginning because all you want is people in your door because those bill you're on referrals and by word of mouth but asking them for help help not just hoping that they're going to help you That's number one. I would write an email once a week. I would once a week write a weekly email. That's one hundred percent content unladen. I want that email full juice for you. Manage endless think about topics of of health topics and conditions Diseases and things in. Here's the key folks. Don't just write the email carly right the email but then make that email a blog. Then take that blog and post on your facebook now. You hit three different mediums. Because when you do that and you take that blog of its streamed on your wordpress website. Now that's GonNa help your search engine optimization so when someone hits an irritable balance bowel syndrome in Google Google. You'RE GONNA possibly hop into the first or second page which is more likely someone's going to use you because I I am still in the belief that someone still does Google websites and there's GonNa look for your website or they're gonna find you through that I would target on facebook ads. I'd have target ads on facebook and have an ad spend ten to twenty dollars a day. Do the math. How much is that going to be thirty thirty days in a month to three to six hundred dollars good advertising because you can actually today very very cheap still is you could say I'm going? I want to attract men or women between thirty five and fifty five years old that have these current conditions and target the heck Outta them Avatar. Absolutely don't just do like a regular post on that you want to have some paid advertising. That's very specific and have a trial mile offer trial opportunity for them to get into and remember with anyone doing ads. You always want to sell benefits not the features Silla benefits the features. I made the mistake early on as we have personal personal training massage therapy pilates. Who Cares who cares that we have that those are features of fitness quest hen? What are the benefits? What are the emotional benefits benefits? We can help you lose weight. Feel great get your mind.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Hey fellow mine. Right maniacs. In fire-breathing Dragon Happy New Year. Who was fired up for twenty twenty yes? I am so excited myself for twenty twenty that this year's off to a rocking start and I hope you had a great new year's Day had a chance to relax and get a workout in burn some calories Right now as you listen into this. I'm over in the mountains working on my twenty twenty annual robe strategic plan and. I just want to thank you. I want to thank you for the last couple of weeks. I put out a few different episodes on the annual robot on twenty twenty vision and even my top ten memories in twenty years of business in the last couple of weeks and your just feedback in comments has been awesome. As a matter of fact I was going through the reviews the other day and I want to give a special shout out to Katina to Katina to this. This is what she said. I loved your episode about the Twenty Twenty Annual Road Map. You're always motivating and inspirational todd. And I thank you for. The toddler can impact show. No thank you CATINA. I really appreciate the feedback and guys as twenty twenty is here. It is time to rock and roll. I Wanna I wanNA thank you for all that you do all that you're going to do in twenty twenty because it is going to be an extraordinary year and I would love if you could just take two minutes out over the next day or two to write us a review for the podcast just go to Todd Erkin impact show and if you could give us a five star Star rating and writers to review those reviews help us keep moving up the podcast chain and one of my big five for twenty twenty is to make sure that the toddler can impact show goes into the top ten of all podcasts. So I'm GonNa need your help on that and that's going to help us create an amazing twenty twenty so without further ado today is a Q.. And A. Episode. I never give up and this is going to be a great way to kick off your twenty twenty any. Let's go.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

14:31 min | 7 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"I'd eat thirty two thousand dollars. Larry get wiped the hotel check for thirty two thousand dollars. That wasn't there so you talk about believing in something and saying you know what what's at work. I didn't know that's a risk. Welcome back to another episode of the impact. Show this is Todd Durkin your host and I M in a very very sacred spot today. I'm outta fitness quest. And that's right and today today is going to be an extremely special episode. Perhaps my favorite one. Why because it just a couple of days January first? Twenty Twenty is our twentieth anniversary of.

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Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Like man. I've gained seven. Pounds is holidays. I feel like garbage on that. I'm just going to say than stop eating out as much. You are and make the right choices if you're going to eat out like have a salad with some chicken on top instead of having the whole Pizza Julie. That's right on the side dressing on the side or take half if it at bringing home in a doggy bag and had the rest for lunch or dinner like about that like overspending well the toughest thing to do is to to Woah. Set A budget folks. Yeah budget like you have to know what you can spend the holidays and not run up the credit cards. That's shot Dave Ramsey. Cut The credit cards cards up and don't overspend what's that caches get. Cash is good but most people don't and they overspend over the holiday so it's having the discipline when it comes comes to the finances of not overspending so if you're going into right now you're like. Hey I got a week or two left until Christmas or whatever whenever you WanNa get your holiday for Hanukkah whatever it is like. I'm not spending more than one hundred dollars. Five whatever it may be put number and that's what your budget is when you laugh like hundred dollars you get like five thousand dollars. They don't go into debt because of the holidays and then have to pay it off for the next six months with a credit card interest at eighteen percent. Look we're going to impact. PODCAST is going into finance. Ask You shall we talk money today and then when it causing like negative thoughts Because al you talk about how sometimes over the holidays. You're around family or friends who could be toxic. Woo family members that are optic. Let's let's get into the nitty gritty here But we talked about. Get your mind right you. Do you have to protect your energy Right now it doesn't matter by the wave as December or whatever month you're listening to the podcast at like listen there are toxic situations. There's toxic people. I Call Them Energy Vampires at all times you life and only you can protect your house. Must they protect your house on talking your Dome Your Head when you get your mind enright. That's protecting your dome and when you get your mind right when you get in there and you start to open up the heart and you give great light out you get positive thoughts out You GotTa be careful people of who you're spending time with or how much time you're spending with those folks jewelry comments on good point. You know what I would. I would limit my time with those people on. Just you know when you're around them pour into them pour into them and and Do what you can but then just walk away because you can't take what they have and what they're doing and carried it on your shoulders you have to be true to yourself and you have to love yourself and be able to walk away from that circumstance so so there you have it folks. Today's tighter can impact podcast. CAST is all about habits and I WANNA make sure that you are actually going into these next few weeks on fire. You're having these habits nothing. Oh I'm going to wait until January. Anyway I is that the New Year's off right. I'm going to start to lose weight on January second like no now. Don't wait okay Christmas. You might not work out or maybe you do Hanukkah workout. It's okay you're going to overeat a little bit then. Just burn more calories strap up your own heart rate monitor on your chest. Burn some calories get some maps and get your mind right. Whatever that takes you gotta make it happen now? That's a choice. That's a decision. Any final thoughts jewelry. Yes do it just do you. And don't don't say no. Just get up and go for that walk even if the ten fifteen twenty minute walk. You've got to do it. You got to move your body you gotta move your soul and start now. Don't wait I'm gonNA leave you with his quote. That's one of my favorite. When it comes to the habits yet I taught by the time? Is that your thoughts. Become your words your words become your your flesh your flesh become your actions your actions become your habits your Abbott Your habits become your character and your character becomes comes your destiny and your legacy all starting with your thoughts so don't eat too much sugar over the holidays because the sugar affects your thoughts. It's yes sugar legacy yes. There is a direct correlation via the study from Todd. Durkin that your thoughts are all impacted by what you eat it by who you hang out with who you train with what you're doing. And whether it's December you're listening or the middle of July never accept the excuse that all I'm busy we don't have the time. Listen we all have the same time. I want you to get out there and crush it today and make this holiday season. The best one of your life. Healthy Habits Abbott's healthy mind healthy body and healthy spirit love it and I want to thank Brian and Ali. Those are two really really great questions during this time and and speaking of Brian. I think todd has a little message. Brian Schatz you because one of the reasons why we picked your question because you gave us an awesome review and and why the way. Because you guys aren't busy enough for the holidays you're sitting around you under the mistletoe. Taste MUCCI smooching. All that with your your loved ones. You have plenty of time to write later review right now. Like a five star review for the toddler can impact show light bridet and he says I love what you do and you're a stand out in my opinion I'm loving the podcast. I'm doing my Wfan I listened to all the different episodes And thank you for bringing God into the mix mind body spirit with God. All things helps. I have a morning routine now now I have my holy hour and I'm I'm doing great things in my life. Thank you to you and the podcast Brian. That's what I'm talking about. That's an awesome review. Keep those reviews coming the star rating and writes reviews especially over the holiday. Times matter of fact. If you do that you might get a little special gift from yours truly. I'm watching aw..

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

11:01 min | 11 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"You are asking great questions by the way that starts arts with your vision as a leader because in year two thousand three I started working with an athlete name Ladainian Tomlinson anyone by the way know who that is I don't know but lt was my first athlete I ever worked with. He was the first round pick for this anyway. chargers and I started working with with Lt and he came in and he was right after my seventy five year old woman Donna Dickenson now Donna was like my first client here at fitness quest ten year two thousand and I would train Donna for her tennis matches and the and the next hour I was training. Lt This incredible famous athlete here here in town and the more I was working with athletes grandma's and GRANDPA's people would start to ask like have you ever considered getting an athlete only performance facility Jodi and the more I went deep on Hayes at something I should do more is like absolutely not why would I do that you train nine athletes and clients and grandma's and GRANDPA's and kids the same way. They all want the same thing. They WANNA be great. They strive for excellence. They tried to become better so donna is pushing just as hard as Lt. He is now. Does he have more physical gifts. Of course he does. He was a twenty three year old athlete with a forty inch vertical jump as fast as lightning and and you know he was working on his craft but guess what Donna got so much joy out of playing tennis matches and that would that's what kept her alive and moving on that court was her joy how she expressed herself so from the start it was always my vision under one roof to combine training and massage therapy because I have back onto massage and bodywork as well it was the take the best of the Western world and take it with the eastern world of breath work meditation <hes> stretching and Yoga and Tai Chi and ricky work and how do you take this an integrated with Olympic lifts and and and apply metrics and if you take that under one roof and integrate into very complimentary three hundred sixty degree he practiced how can we affect all areas of the body mind and spirit and to me that from the start was always our philosophy and it has been that way for now over nineteen years almost twenty years. It's been that way of we work with you. Walk in an hour. You'll see kids training and you guys have worked a lot of kids. You'll see you've been on the field with the pro athletes you see the grandmas. GRANDPA's the class with the everyday duties weekend. Where's desk jockeys coming on in so that starts with a visionary thing and then the folks that you attract the trainers and staff massage therapist that you attract to your organization here at his quest ten <hes> then that just becomes is an aspect of your culture good question Todd <hes> you mentioned Lt and lt obviously brought in drew so and so forth Raza's history what what was it like for you personally to see their growth on the field as being you know a rookie for a second year player and then to where they became name and where they are now like for you to see knowing that you you know played a hand in it right. I love football season because I get to sit back and watch when when their off-season it's I'm in-season so from February through July. I'm in grind time. I'm getting these guys better and I am going to work my butt it off to make sure that these guys get better not just in the weight room but I'm peppering them in text them and send them crazy videos from the gym. I'm in their head and having them read and everything else so you know to get in to get in their head all the time a guys like Lt Drouin sp- Rosie and these guys is let's face it. I've been blessed <hes> part of the NFL is you gotta be lucky to get hurt. <hes> you know. Lt didn't have any major major. Injuries drew had a major injury from a hit in two thousand late late two thousand five but overall has been <hes> very healthy his nineteen year career part of that is because because of the hard work that they put in but I mean when you're when you're such a violent game as football <hes> hard work plus preparation you get a little bit lucky to on on that <hes> when I went to Lt's enshrinement in Canton Ohio two years ago it was the highlight of my career here because for nine years I saw that guy buses when he put on that headband and came in here and trained <hes> whatever I said that guy would do and then some <hes> when you see someone's fruits of their labor payoff it brings you tremendous satisfaction because of the platform they have and how they get back to the community drew brees is no different <hes> five years after that guy retires he will be enshrined in Canton and drew nigh become extremely close obviously with training him for sixteen of nineteen years almost seventeen years <hes> <hes> tremendous respect pride <hes> happens with a guy like drew and not only how he carries himself on the football ballfields but I've never seen drew ever once in my seventeen year relationship with him on ever say no to an autograph he stayed on a football field several several times for the military two hours after practice was over to sign everything for that military family all the soldiers men and women around <hes>. I've seen him in news interviews. I've seen him in radio interviews podcasts and everything else and that guy just serves people and let me tell you it's exhausting when you're on when when people like. Oh man you don't see all the things behind the scenes but <hes> I find tremendous satisfaction knowing that these men are men of CARE Chairman of faith men who are giving good things not the kind of guys. You're going to read about in the police blotter that are doing the wrong. Things are just they're good men doing great things out in the community minority for their teams and the organization great question so I was going to also talk about what the euro professional athletes that you have and just the way that they conduct themselves here as well <hes> because of the community you did that. You have set up here that they don't come in as make some space here. I come. You're there every day folks just just like the rest of US coming in and I actually had the opportunities to co train with Jeff King <hes> who is one of your coaches here and and I was training with Tony Gwynn junior and had no idea who he was and so we are having a conversation and and I hear coach Jeff King mentioned his wife's name and said Gwynn at the end but why introduce me to Tony Tony. He didn't say his last name didn't register to me so I actually did my first half marathon. The San Diego Heff was in honor of Tony Goin' senior and so I said to coach King. Do you think I could talk to him like I just WanNa tell them like about this half marathon on because the people that did the half marathon actually sent me a personal note because I did that marathon half marathon honor of my mother's birthday which was her birthday they weekend and I was able to share that with Tony Win Junior and he was so compassionate with me about the story of me losing my mother him losing his father and just the fact that I'm standing here having a conversation with him both of a sweaty because we just finished working out and I actually was like come on keep going to motivate him mm-hmm. You know standing outside looking like what can I do to motivate Tony Gwynn Junior. You know what I might WanNa trainer so he needs me so I'm in my head like okay this. This is what he came here for but it's just so amazing that nobody walks in here better than the next person's right and is just a community that everybody is giving and loving and even when we're off the schedule as interns there were still being contacted and and being taken care of or making sure that everything is okay with us and I just want to let you know that I appreciate that from you have an community and bringing us in as interns that we have an opportunity to <hes> build our toolbox and be able to say I work with this person and that person and and then no matter who comes in like you're talking about a fifty year old or eighty year old is coming in treat everybody the same and give them the same no matter who they are no matter what they're driving or what they're wearing. It's a person that's coming to you to make them better and so I really appreciate that. You have made their community here. We'll remember this the sweetest thing in the English dictionary if someone's first name yes when you call by name. You make them feel special <hes>. That's a really important thing so that's a skill. You'VE GOTTA learn. How do you remember People's names and you uh when you when you meet a lot of people but how you make people feel is everything <hes> and they always say they don't care how much you know until they know how much you care right so they don't care what you know until until they know how much you care so you gotta make sure that you you win the Karen Game. How do you win the Karen Game. You truly listen to people on that. Tony Gwynn Juniors a great example. Tony's been here cash for a dozen years since he's been playing and his father's an icon a lot of our younger kid you. Tony Gwynn is like no never heard of Mike Oy. He's one of the top baseball players of all time look them up on that and when Tony Senior passed away he was just in his fifties. Oh it's cool to see now. Tony Gwynn junior now doing so many great things in the community of San Diego and around. He's now commentating <hes> for the San Diego Padres <hes> <hes> but hey tony's like anyone else who he's here. He's the regular do trying to get better. He's trying to keep the weight off. He's trying to feel better trying to get his mind right. He's got a podcast as well. He's doing awesome. Things is and again when you're rubbing elbows Lotta Times. It's you know what it is. It's the athletes telling me men that Graham Graham over their their farm me up the way how hard they're working right into the aperture looking at the aperture fire never knows up no the athletes are looking at the regular person in the corner who's just banging out push ups in and TRX rose and they're firing the athletes elites up right so Tony's a great example of of just you know who we have here. F- in his quest hand the culture and regardless of where you train what I wanNa make sure you you find find around the world around the globe. There's so many amazing extrordinary coaches and trainers and fitness professionals find someone who's going to motivate hey you. It's going to inspire you go into an environment. That's positive go into a culture. That's GonNa Light. Your light your heart and soul on fire not just a place because it's pretty the and and the reputation precedes no good a place where you feel great. It brings up your vibration. Your mind and you leave there feeling amazing when you.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

10:29 min | 11 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Its fits within your methodology but that's how we've designed fitness quest ten Julia. My question was more about like the culture in keeping people through the grind. So how do you keep people on the grind through adversity city whether it be like team or business or working with professional athletes that kind of expand. I'm not sure I follow you so you're asking. How do you keep the people grinding if they're facing adversity yeah so every time like whenever I'm in the gym everyone is always on the grind. They're they're working their butts off in here in this amazing to see and it is just a community of pushing each other and helping each other recycles. She's like if there's something going going on like maybe outside the gym like how do you keep people pushing through that. You have any specific examples Julia uncut if I relate it to like. I'm going through like as a college athlete like maybe there's an injury on a team or maybe there's a the team just isn't getting along or maybe CBS just an off day or or even like in a game like something's happens like maybe you're starting player is down. <hes> you really just have to figure out how to get got through that lake. But what would you say that yeah a couple of things first off we all know anyone listening and whenever you've been hurt injured whether it's acute injury through sport you have a chronic injury. You've got a knee issue back. Issue Pain is interesting when you look at pain because pain messes with you mentally. It's a mental thing many any time you can put up when I had my knee issues. I put up with pain for years and I could do it. The hardest part wasn't the physical pain. It was the mental pain of. I don't feel like I should or the energy. GS depleting its fatiguing on that when you're a student when you're a high school student college athletes even a pro athlete. The hardest part is when you feel ostracized from the team. So how do you keep someone who's injured whether it's a two four week injury it's a several month injury or to an ACL. You're sitting out for nine months twelve months. Whatever may be how do you keep that person in the game. Mentally that's a hard thing to do and I think it's important as a coach as a trainer to make sure that you make sure those people still feel part of the team because they will not doc feel part of the team because they're in Rehab there with the or there with a physical therapist they're doing the Rehab and there are steps removed on that if you're grinding on the team and there's some drama uh or there's some other things going on. I think it's important that as a coach as an athlete all of us in this room are leaders at fitness quest hand. Would I'd say with forty two teammates. There's bound to be a few of my teams that have stuff going on outside of your personally whether the families themselves whatever may be as listen when you you show up and it's time to go you gotta go. You gotta find a way you gotTA. Snap Your van literally snappy ban you gotta get your mind right and you gotta go. Sometimes you do your best work when you're facing adversity. Sometimes when you're backed up against the wall you like you dig down and you start to get a little red. You get to get the little grind on that. You know that but that is because you're listening to podcasts podcast like this. That's because you you you dial in your best practice. I'm not going to submit to eating garbage all the time because I feel like garbage. That's hard that's disciplined. The Best of the best have the ability to go train when they don't feel like it if you're going through a tough time go out there and start doing delasin squat. I tell you the other day and you were killing it <hes> on that. That's how you continue to get your mind right and your teammates see you. They see you working on that if you're in high school if you're in college you're you're a weekend warrior. Remember this find people who you want to train with that are gonNA lift you up and you live them up. Five teammates find workout training mates that you can work out with who you're. GonNa get the best of the best out of you push. You're GonNa have fun on your smartphone. You have high fives and that's because all of a sudden all the endorphins get I call dose get little dose. Now does it but it does dopamine oxytocin oxytocin. Listen Serotonin and endorphins when you work out you get a dose on that. That's a hormonal chemical response that happens in your brain so when you say when I'm always get your mind right. Get your mind right. Get your mind. It is interesting as saying that you get your mind right. It's when you're physically yourself to be the best that you can. You're training hard. You're eating right. There's a chemical reaction that get your mind right so if someone is struggling struggling with depression anxiety stress all right. Let's go for a walk. Let's go out there and start with the buy low but you have to kill yourself and all of a sudden chemical start getting released and you start feeling better. That's why every day every single day and sixty five days a year. We're giving ourselves our own keynote every day on that so for the question. Julia I know it's a long winded answer answer on that is just gotta you gotTa keep the Grit you've got to keep the grind and and <hes> if someone a teammates going through adversity voice of encouragement lifting them up not pushing pushing down pull up never pushing down pulling up pull up up too many times especially the you know the young young kids. Even young teens are constantly pushing people down. How could you be the vehicle of change to help poor people. Yes good question good question. Chevy so I have a question more so about you and your success <hes> first of all. Do you realize how many people love you and I wouldn't necessarily want to say the word famous because sometimes famous people they get out of touch with just everyday people. I saw you at idea a couple of months ago and I was like Whoa oh like people were pushing to get inside the room and I was like wow like todd darkness somebody so to see that from me not knowing who you were and so my question to you is because your ICU so humble every day and then you get on that station you just like the whole room on fire. Do you realize that you have that first of all and while I'm talking to you and I just glass behind you and I see your Bible and that to me already is like it's amazing as A. I'm trying to get emotional. It's amazing as a I would say just the everyday person succumb in and see somebody who's so successful but then to see your foundation right behind you because I have worked with admirals. I have worked. I'm a retired Navy. Maybe veteran so I have been in office of some quote unquote bigwigs. I haven't seen Bible sitting out a Lotta Times tucked in a drawer somewhere but just while while I'm asking this question my eyes glaze over the first thing I see I just WanNa know. If you realize how much of impact you're making and how does it fills you in your heart. Oh that's a big one. When I slow down enough breath sometimes I do yes. I don't slow down enough. I think I love when I meet people that don't know me <hes> and they're like I've never seen you never met you. Don't know who you are. I love that I actually like that and and <hes> realize that my mission nation on earth is to simply motivate and inspire people to greatness. That's what makes me work. That's what makes me tick my divine bovine purpose. You talk about the by a man of faith. <hes> you say success but I say success is what you deem use it. I'm successful. I don't look at myself as successful. I don't strive for quote success. I strive for significance. My significance is based on on my divine purpose so what is God have in store for me and my living up being obedient to that. Would I realize if I'm listening to what he's telling me to do. As I make decisions should expand my business if he saying no and I listened and tap into that than the answer is no if he's saying yes I'm like. I don't know how I'm GonNa do that. I realized he will provide the answers for me to do that. So for me is I've always been in tune with that faith aspect and obviously there's times when I'm really good would end the time when I'm not spending my daily devotional time which I so wholeheartedly attempt to do every day on that so when I'm up on stage lights me up and I always ask an I'd ask you guys is find out what your gifts are know what lights you up and do more of it so I know that writing and speaking and presenting lights me up it fires my soul up when you find things that you're passionate about in the love love to do and you do more of it you discover that gift and when you discover that gift and that is your purpose at that becomes like men. This is why I love to do and that so so I'm always appreciative when I go to an idea or to a conference or to a keynote and people have heard the podcast so they've seen a youtube. I saw a youtube in two thousand to nine of them and I'm like well. That's a long time but there's also people they've never met me and to me it's all about human connection and helping people discover that purpose purpose of what they want in life and and how you become better most people want to become better and most people wanna do that the reason that Bible sitting there is because there's many times during during a work day. I just need it. Oh yeah I I don't need a lunch break I need. I need a little forever AK before big needing. You'll and you take a big podcast before for any. I'll pray and I'll just I'll ask guidance and wisdom and if I can slow it down enough to realize what's most important. It's not about what other people deem team me successful not successful because again successful is fleeting. There'll be a day when no one wants a pitcher with me or sign a book or whatever so I realize I I try. Try To revel in that so chevy. Thanks for the question which you got big. Mike questions a little more business related K. so one one of the most major things I noticed about fitness. Quest ten is how diverse clientele is you have old and young people who've never been in the gym before and people who show up every day high school athletes college athletes professional athletes so what <hes> my question is. What do you think are few aspects of either the staff or the community of fitness quest ten in general that allow for this to exist..

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

11:57 min | 11 months ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Listen to the chorus thing and hey we've we've asked the interns they've been grinding for eight weeks and they're graduating this week and the opportunity sit down on the podcast and to to ask any question they want on business leadership training personal growth career tracks whatever it is that's on their mind. They have a chance to ask the question today day. So let's go down the line real quick introduce yourself and a little bit of background and we'll dive right in. Hey guys I'm Julia. I'm currently going into my second year <hes> Fairfield University diversity which is in Connecticut. If you don't know I play volleyball there I've been training fitness quests per four years now and <hes> super fired up for this podcast <hes> and I've learned a lot out of this internship just seeing how much of an impact I could be to other girl training four years at ten and going in and in to what what year now airfield second year second year second year just a sophomore check it out guys. My My name is not. I am going to be a junior Washington University in a couple of weeks. Go cougs yeah there. I'm studying sport management. <hes> I WANNA get into to some sort of like sports business profession <hes> once I graduate but his internship here is helped me personally and physically on getting to know more people coming out of my shell that I've been in although I was finished quest client first time back in two thousand eight when I was about nine years old only so even living on the other side I've seen the impact I've seen the way of <hes> coming out and you know kind of finding your true self and getting along with people better and I've also in the physical side as well like learning about more like P- rehabbing rehab south. I'll take back to me that I didn't know beforehand interesting fact you had a class last semester with Mike Leach coach football coach Insurgent Warfare Football Strategies is a nice ninety minutes seminar <hes> for the month of April where we talked about war and the VAL football and not how they're the same because they're not the kind of how their little more similar. What was the one thing that you learned from coach. Leach either what he said how he carried himself. What what is it <hes>? It's more about his saying about swinging your sword about how your body's sort many. Don't want your store to be dull. Dull sword soared y'all can be able to take down your opponent but if you sharpen your sword if you know if you're in the weight room if you're training consistent love it you're gonna be able to take down your opponent and if you swing your sort of into nasty and your violent and you're aggressive. You're better off being passive love aggressive fantastic. Hey guys on Alex costs. I got my bachelor's in Kinesiology at San Diego state in two thousand seventeen currently have one semester left at San Diego State and I'm working on a master's in exercise physiology not nutrition science. This engine ships been great really diversified. Training South had a lot of fun here and it's really made me realize that there's not one way to train anyone. Athlete thebeat lot of cross training involves learning from the trainers and <hes> really excited for today. I really just want to go and see what's inside that brain those gears turning into the mind right maniac man and what what's your goal. What do you WANNA do Sunday. I WANNA work with professional athletes. Which is why I took this internship. I didn't do for college credits or anything I've just heard so many great things about it and I know some people who've been through it and so I wanted to do it mainly for the experience and I know that you train a lot of high quality athletes and even the average joes but they're all treated the same way I also have aspirations of owning my own facility at some point and everything I've learned this internship has just catapulted me into doing exactly that awesome awesome Nice Job Alex. Thank you Chevy. Hello hello everybody. Thank you for having us here. I'm so super excited for being here to to be able to talk to you. I am actually a fan of Melanie Durkin. Yes he's my professor to meet this <hes> I won't I'll say better half. Let's say this meet this. I'm super excited. I had no idea she's so modest about who her husband is so I'm just happy to actually be in the room with todd today and be able to talk to him. <hes> you know a little more one on one and <hes> have his attention rather than be watching him from the distance train which he is so great at <hes> so. I am alive learner and I go to southwestern college again with Melanie your wife and when and she gave us the opportunity to come here. I just knew that it had to be done and again. I had no idea what I was walking into but we came here for <hes>. I'm just to walk around before the internship started and soon as I walk through the door so much love and I said Oh yeah I need to be low so I'm very happy that I had the opportunity and much more excited to be able to talk to you. One on one like I get to do with Melanie more often also Chevy. If you guys haven't listened to the previous episode with with my wife Melanie definitely tuned and she talks about her experience as a teacher and professor at southwestern college and <hes> Chevy done a great job here the internship so congratulations. I think some semblance of Garett what's up on Garrett Garrett. I'm currently a student at UCSD going into my third year <hes> <hes> longtime client of fitness quest through both my family. My sister has gone here for multiple years. <hes> I'm actually going on seven years as a client. I'm here now and I intern last year and this is actually my second year interning finished quest and the main reason behind that is just the community. It's such an uplifting feeling being here with all the other interns and all the other coaches an environment of just motivation and optimism. That's just <hes> something I wanted in my life. It's something good to have so second time intern. Did you pass the first time I think the past because they brought me back nice good guys. You're looking at five and listen to five great interns on this end today. All we're doing is opening up for questions of who wants to go first and whatever you have question wise. Let's rock and roll tune in go ahead all right. Td I got a I got a question that I was thinking of. It's been on my mind for a while. While since I was in deficit training as a high schooler so your success and with the success of fitness has a gym the two different brands how come there was never are bigger expansion because there's forty two forty two forty one staff Yup Yup and if you look at the space when I walk in you're kind of like wait seriously you kind of you know. Take a step back and then you kinda grow to appreciate it more but how come there was never a bigger expansion into like a more of a warehouse type facility or more of a conventional right. That's it's a common question. I get actually is you know why why don't you have this twenty or thirty thousand square foot warehouse and people come in expecting that and they walk in and we have eight thousand square feet an eight thousand square feet is distributed between three thousand square feet upstairs in the roots and then five thousand square feet down here but two thousand square feet of this down here is absolutely massage therapy physical physical therapy locker room and everything else and <hes> you know believe it or not when when I was growing the business I always wanted to be the best. I never wanted to be the biggest. I always want to be the best and I remember wing cotton asking me about <hes> you. WanNa have won five hundred. I said I want to have one. I want the best one and I WANNA make sure people fly in from all over the world and come train with me and one thing I've realized over the last nineteen years is that it's not the size of the business that makes you successful well. It's the culture that you create in the community that you create your business. One of the secret sauce is that we have offended question is that we're not twenty thousand square feet. It's because the culture culture here is contained in a space that you can get this energy electric. You guys have felt that this summer with Alex and the training in that and that's part of the the secret sauce and I it took me a while they realized that because my mic growth mindset so I was like yeah we gotta get bigger and bigger and bigger but I've learned that bigger is better better better. Bigger isn't better better is better so my ego sometimes like man we should have that big space but Mike we will know because my love and my passion isn't and managing brick and mortar. It's not in growing in really changing lives and one thing of the last let's say five years especially the last two years. I realized as we've grown our our our brand with social show media and digital is that we don't need more or bigger brick and mortar to impact more lives right so what we have done now and I made a strategic decision when we expanded expanded down here in two thousand six took on the extra five thousand square feet is much of my growth in the last few years has been outside of the brick and mortar. It's been with growing my mastermind group. We have now one hundred eighty seven fire breathing dragons where I could digitally literally coach trainers worldwide we actually have a coaching program that just launched to every day high-performers MOMS and Dads grandmas GRANDPA's who want the most out of life in training and mindset and all that so what I realized is there's so many ways to grow and it's not always defined by having brick and mortar matter of fact unless you know you on brick and mortar. I would suggest maybe not having brick and mortar unless you know you wanna be really like doc here all the time so for me. That's the reason why we haven't grown to more quote space. It's been more. I want to grow in different areas. I want to write my books and speak more and and grow the mastermind group in the coaching groups in all of that as well right I'll say or I'll add one thing onto. What I've experienced has client is at you. You you meet people yummy different. You're not sure anyway just because you're so closing share the same space and I'll go for a while although you although you may never be in a training session with them you come to grow a a <hes> relationship bond some sort of friendship between the two that's part of the it's part of the tactic tripping over each others. You have to get to know each other right when when you have let's say eight ten twelve trainings actually going on some of those are small groups one of the things. I've always said since day one or two thousand is I won't ever trainer introducing their a client to another client always introducing why because.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"This day and that's when i color code my calendar four different colors blue green red and yellow blue louis blue-sky time when you're working on your business green is green machine time when you're making money red red tape organizational time and yellow yellow is mellow yellow time and he said todd if you want to make more money you need more time in blue sky and mellow yellow blue sky time is actually when you're strategizing about at your life you step away you go to the mountains you go hotel or you go to your home office and you just write about your strategy and your vision of what you wanna do in your business and your life. You need a life. I plan as well that allows you to think creatively and to actually put a plan on paper but just as important as your blue sky mellow yellow time mellow yellow time is time away from work when you're actually just in the mountains in nature you're on vacation as a matter of fact the more mellow yellow time you have and the more blue sky time you have the more green machine you'll have and i remember scratching my head thinking will how can you make more money if you're not working and his whole philosophy is the more time you're awful creating as a visionary and then putting plans in place and then executing that because your energy will be high far higher than you could go execute those strategies such great profound wisdom my friends today as you think about the five fs and is life marathon or a sprint i wanted to think about how can you incorporate more time away working on you and working on your business and working on strategic plans that will help you execute what you most want out of life when you do that..

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Industry. It's a podcast someone you listened to. I simply ask you to spend more time with them. Listening to them learning from them watching them and all of a sudden your words will start to become just like there's and then also lastly number seven is a take time off to work on you. You heard it before you know spend more time working on your business not just in your business. How about taking more time off to work on you right. So what is that. You got to schedule the time so living inspiration living inspired tired. Sometimes you'll say hey todd was ever time when you were not inspired and when i hear that question from you it made me think when it was i not inspired. Let me give you a story of a time. When i was not inspired a time that was somewhat difficult in my life i i had just graduated graduate school and it was about may of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so i had not yet opened. My business may nine thousand nine step back. I was at san diego state and may may i get my degree and what happens after that. I apply for a position as a full-time strength strength conditioning coach and professor at a community college called the college of the canyons in los angeles california and lo and behold august one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I offered the position if the first tenure track position in the the state of california. The job was paying about sixty thousand dollars. Now folks that. That's a lot of money now. That was a lot of money then an and whenever i'm making a big decision there's several things i do. I pray about it. I think about it. I trust my gut and i talked the people who i'm closest with and in august nineteen ninety nine i turn that position down. I said had no thank. You and i still remember the other voice on the phone. I said no thank you. I'm not going to accept the job the person on the phone said. Are you sure you wanna turn this position down. This position doesn't come around very often. I said no. I appreciate it. Thank you very much but where i'm at right now at this point in my life i'm going to <hes> stay put in san diego now. You listen to that you probably t._d. What are you thinking and i'm gonna tell you flat lot out that after that and turn it down. I was close to as depressed as i've ever been. I didn't turn that down because i had another job. I didn't have another the job matter of fact. I was free floating between many different positions. I was a trainer. I was a massage therapist. I was an adjunct faculty member at a community college college but i didn't have a quote career yet at that point well. One of the reasons why i turned that position down was because i was dating a girl who i met in college college and i didn't know at that point but that girl was eventually going to become my wife and her name is melanie and sometimes you gotta sacrifice in your life unbelievable opportunities because it doesn't fit with where you wanna go because i remember august august september october november four months being so down about what am i going to do with my life. What am i going to do. And where am i going to go and i wasn't happy with what i was doing. I knew i was worth more than what i was doing. Well that was one point that i wasn't inspired but that was also the impetus to then n. Ultimately really seek out the next phase of what i was going to do in life so my friends living inspired. Sometimes you're going to be inspired art and sometimes you're not when you're not you have to lean on your faith. You've got do the things. I just shared you. Gotta make sure working out and you're eating right. You're listening to podcasts. You're really have after dial in to your best practices so you can get back in spirit. That's live inspired. M is called master your craft. Let's say master your craft right. M ma master your craft malcolm glad we'll talk about the ten thousand an hour rule right. It takes about ten thousand hours or about ten years to become an expert at something. Well being now a coach at a trainer for the last nineteen eighteen years at fitness quest ten. I've had an inside look at some of the world's best athletes my first athlete ladainian tomlinson who was the first overall pick pick for the san diego chargers. I had the opportunity to work with him for nine seasons and getting to see him enshrined at canton in the hall of fame just a couple a couple of years ago was one of the career highlights of my life and for the last seventeen years his training partner <hes> in in working with drew brees the the quarterback for the new orleans saints. I had a chance to see when you talk about master your craft some of the best in the world at what they do the darren sproles the jerrell mccoy's zac urges the chase daniel's the mike chandler's m._m._a. Fighter mike chandler and a slew of my minor league baseball guys who are on the fringe of making it to the major league. It takes work mastering. Your craft takes work lots and lots of work. Wherever ever you are in your career today about mastering your crapping great at what you do. It's not a one or two or three year thing. It takes delayed gratification. It takes the grind in the grit for it to be the best you can possibly be and breezes is a classic example of that right. It's not just what you see on t._v. It's the preparation and i can count on one hand. The number of any scheduled sessions he's had in seventeen years that he's ever missed the preparation too hard work to watching the film that no one sees also the best of the best of the mindset of success the desire to be the best the desire to be the best as an athlete as an entrepreneur as a parent. Whatever it is that you do if you're an uber driver and you listen to us right now. Fantastic be the best uber driver that there is in the world old. If you work at home depot you work at a starbucks and other coffee shop. Be the best server waiter waitress bartender police east officers firemen. Whatever it is that you do be the best that have the desire to be the best. I think about the best in the world i think about leadership again using these athletes as an example drew brings out the best in his team and having seen him play for the san diego geico chargers and now of course the new orleans saints whenever drew brings in his teammates to train at fitness ten he has the uncanny ability to tap happen to these guys and get them to perform at a higher level. If you're a high school athlete today boy or girl. Do you have the ability to get the most host out of your teammates. Do you push them down or do you lift them up. If you're at an organization right now and you work for an organization are you at the water cooler and and your and your squabbling and gossiping about what's not right at the office or you lifting people up in finding what's good at that job and that opportunity unity. That's a mindset that's leadership and what we need. In this world is more strong leaders that bring out the best in their teammates in other people regardless of the title in your position and then using drew as an example here in and <hes> mastering your craft i was on a mastermind call a few two years back and drew driving to training camp and he used an acronym that i still use to this date. I share it with you. On the inaugural ogle episode of the impact podcast as called faith matches faith in god but faith standing for fortitude means strength breath attitude is positive. I stands for integrity. Do what is right when no one else is watching t trust trusting your teammates trust in god trust in your family and most importantly trusting yourself trusting yourself. No one else does and then humility humility now. That's a biblical term but humility is when things are going right and things are going great and your champion that you're humble when you're winning inning and when you're down in the pit and you're in the valleys you're humble knowing that there's always going to be tomorrow and they'll be light that will be shining so faith my friends. We talk about master. Your craft is carol dwell in the book mindset. Are you a person of growth mindset. My plea to you is to make make sure that you prepare like heck that you work your tail off at you have the mindset and desire to be the best that you're a leader in your middle school in your high school your college or university within your organization sation your operation who your sports team and that you always stay hungry and you always stay humble. Let's go to the next letter in the acronym impact. It's p. Play at world class play world class my friend. You've heard me say before and i'll say say to the day i die. Get your mind right now. Say if you're out in the in the neighborhood walking right now. They're gonna think you're crazy can look at you look kuku. That's okay. Just tell me listening to the podcast. Say get your mind right. Get you my right yeah. That's right. Get your mind right but what if you're like hey t._d. My mind's not right right now or you're really scared because you're going through a tough time right now. Maybe you've had healthcare. Maybe you're going through a tough time at work. You know i gotta be honest with you just moments before i turn this microphone on for my first episode of the impact podcast. I had a little bit of jitters. I was a little bit the nervous i that's okay. That's okay matter of fact. That's when you know you're playing in the right stratosphere. I gotta i gotta admit in late nineteen ninety nine when i told you just earlier about being inspired when i wasn't inspired. It's often when you're in your valley's. Your deepest valleys right around the corner is when your greatest opportunities are going to be there because in november one thousand nine hundred ninety nine as i was searching for my location to open up my studio despite having no money no clients and no business plan. I said yes to an opportunity to work at a health healthshare in a place called script ranch san diego now. I had no idea where script ranch san diego was. It was about twenty five minutes north of downtown but i was at a health fair and i was doing massage therapy. I just finished my graduate thesis work which was actually on the physiological and psychological effects of massage therapy on stress stress and anxiety so a company had asked me to come do some seated massage with my massage chair at this this place of work and a gal there says do you know of any yoga studios pilates studios polite studios or training studios in the area. I said i have absolutely no idea where any city is because i don't even know where the heck i am and she laughs and she says you're in script ranch as a matter of fact. If you're in this business you should look at opening a studio around here well well. She didn't need to say that twice. Because that afternoon i went around and drove around that town of script ranch and lo and behold i found.

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"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"todd" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Hey Todd Durkan here. I'm super excited to be launching toddrick in impact podcast. This show is designed to get your mind, right? Provide massive motivation and inspiration help you get the most out of life. Ultimately, I wanna help coach you live life of even more passion, purpose. And impact if you're not with me, I'm a coach, trainer author and speaker who loves changing people's lives. I've owned my ward winning gym fitness quest ten for nineteen years. And coached multiple NFL MVP's Super Bowl champions in MVP's, Heisman Trophy, winners Olympic and ex game gold medals and many other champion athletes. I'm a two time personal trainer of the year was awarded that Jacqueline award for lifetime. Achievement in two thousand seventeen was a feature trainer on the TV show, NBC strong bottom line is this. I love coaching high-performers who strive to be their best, personally and professionally. My impact show is for all people who seek high-performance in all aspects of business sport. Leadership and life. This podcast served the fire breathing dragons, the mine, right? Maniacs the athletes, the occupiers and the fitness enthusiasts who are committed to being the absolute best every single day. My promise to you is that you'll get my best each and every episode generally share my twenty five plus years experience as a coach, trainer entrepreneur author family, man, and mentor, who has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives will be going deep and diving into some things. You don't typically hear many other people talking about this includes faith family, fitness philanthropy and legacy Arbor, leasing, new content every Monday to get your mind right at the beginning of each week, along with the new episode ob- releasing shorter dose of Durkan every Thursday. And this one who content from questions, you send me interviews or the best points from some of my speaking engagements. My hope and intention with the show is, I can elevate your body mind and soul and help you create massive impact in your life. I'll be sharing more details about the impact podcast and information over on my Instagram account at Todd Gergen check it out now until then we subscribe here now she don't miss anything when we go live. Buckle up my friends. I can't wait to have fun each and every week and helped motivate you in all areas of your life. This podcast is going to be unlike anything I've ever done in that. You've ever experienced until next time dominate the day. Get your mind, right? And go create impact.

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