Using Your Power Within to Achieve Your Goals

Self-management will be a key to the future of success…but how do you tap into your power to achieve those goals? What can you do to be more successful?

Join The Our Shawn McBride ⭐️ 🌟💥 (aka R. Shawn McBride)nd Dali Kranzthor, CPA, CVA, CFE for the Financial Transactions of the Future Economy(TM) Show as we explore what we are seeing and what we need for the future.

Dr. Cali Estes, The Celebrity Addictions Coach joins us to discuss how to tap into your power within.

Here is the YouTube video: https://youtu.be/9MYsAE_po-M 

Below is a machine transcript of the interview —

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Hey everyone is Dr. Sean, welcome to another edition of the financial transactions of the future economy.

 

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Today we’re joined by Dr couch. So this will be on the camera here in just a minute.

 

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She’s gonna be talking about using your power within to achieve your goals and this this ties into a lot of what we talked about in the show, which is

 

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Building your direction building your path. Having a clear value added for the future and then using your internal guidance and your own path.

 

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Yet where you’re going, because the days of being able to follow a

 

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Plan. We talked about this with the colleges university student loans Talia cookie cutter very works the way it used to work. Nowadays, we have to build our own plants.

 

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Have to deal with our needs are, have to know how we can add value to our clients. So Dr. Kelly and I talked to us about tapping into our power and that

 

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Was you’re newer to the show. I’m Dr. Sean I’m a corporate lawyer. I work with people on everything that touches

 

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The ownership and control their business. So it’s who runs a business mergers partnership agreements capital raises masa licenses CPA, my co host dolly craft store. Hello CPA.

 

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Acts as a CFO of companies and he has certifications as a evaluation analysts and as a fraud examiner. So we’re financial guys through and through.

 

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Dr. Kelly, who would who would pop up on the screen in a minute or two. She has a background in

 

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In working with people to achieve their goals and dreams getting over addictions counseling really getting a whole new mindset, so

 

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She’s worked with the people that have had trouble and help them find their way in their path forward and she also works with people that are trying to up level to the next level.

 

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And getting that right mindset and getting that right focus is so key to your future achievement. So we’re excited to get those remarks.

 

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We promise you after the show. You have a better understanding of how to have that positive mindset and how to use that power within to achieve your goals.

 

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Love your comments are dropping wherever you’re watching it will be reading those comments.

 

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We do have a comment contest invite the get we invite the person who has the best comment of the week on as a guest. So we’ll be reading your comments.

 

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And if you have an outstanding comment stating insights we may invite you to jump on the show.

 

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remind you we don’t do investment advice or legal advice on the show, talk to your own counselors and advisors. Everything here is just for your education. So with that, welcome to the show. Dr. Kelly.

 

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Thanks. Thanks for having me. I’m excited to be here.

 

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Yes. Awesome. Saw your work loved it really fit in with our message. So why don’t you just tell us kind of what we’re seeing what’s going on there out there in the world and kind of you know what you’re helping people.

 

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So in terms of what’s going on. We’re seeing an increase in addiction. We’re seeing an increase in stress.

 

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Especially with the work world, especially with technology. We’ve got people that are tethered to this 24 seven

 

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Yep. So you’re at work you do your thing. You’re on your computer, you’re answering questions you’re on the phone, what have you. Then you go home.

 

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And you’re expected to check your email. Check your Facebook constantly be connected answer the phone. So we see stress go up when stress goes up addiction goes up. And it’s not just drugs and alcohol, it’s everything.

 

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Right shopping gambling food even sugar. People are eating at night now because they’re so stressed out from the things that we’re seeing with technology going up and all the craziness of our society.

 

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Yeah, and technology is also one of those addictions. Right.

 

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Absolutely. I was just on KTLA talking about tech addiction.

 

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And they said, What does that mean, and I was talking about how everybody has an iPad. They have a laptop. They have a cell phone. They have an iPod.

 

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And everywhere you go you have a device even Adam Sandler did a little ditty about it and he did a little stand up. They don’t, if you guys saw it. It’s really funny.

 

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It talks about wallet cell phone keys. That’s what you need when you leave the house and then all of a sudden wallet cell phone keys laptop iPad passport. Yep, all these things now.

 

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That you have to have. So it’s like we’re so tech addicted. It’s with us everywhere we go we can’t even set it down and take a tech break

 

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Yeah, it’s hard because everything you take a break with is usually tech right so it’s rare to have that moment where you’re completely tech free

 

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Yeah, you can go to museum now and they want you to use your cell phone to get like the guided tour.

 

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Tech. Yes. Yeah. Think about McDonald’s. I mean, I don’t eat there. But if you go to McDonald’s. They haven’t kiosk. Now you can’t even order from a human. You go to the kiosk, and you punch in your food, and it’s pictures.

 

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So we don’t even have to read anymore, you know, big man. Here’s a picture. Okay, I want that. Okay. Soda. I want that small, bigger, bigger, I want the big one.

 

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And then, you know, boom. There’s your food. So everything is so tech based that that’s a huge addiction and then we feel detox, even when we don’t have it.

 

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Think about it as soon as you can’t find your phone, you go, oh my God, where’s my phone. Where’s my phone and have a sense of panic, like you lost your phone.

 

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Well, not to mention were constant gatekeepers. I know myself when I’m out and about. I’m like, constantly doing a mini inventory right do I have my cell phone to have my driver’s license. Do I have my, you know,

 

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By right and I’ve got every once in a while. Just stop and check is everything somewhere where I know it is because of course such valuable, you know, lose it, and you need it may not need at that moment, but you’re gonna need it within the next six hours or something.

 

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Exactly. And we’ve gotten to the point, and I just switched phones but my Android had a wallet.

 

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So I can put everything in here. Everything was nice and contain now. I went back to the iPhone so unfortunately I don’t have that.

 

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Advantage to now I have two things I have to monitor. I have to have the wallet and then I have to have phone and you know how women are with everything in their purse. We have everything you could possibly need for like four weeks stored in there.

 

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We just throw that in there and then take it with us, but it’s more stuff to have more things I need to have with me.

 

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Right, you know, and I’m an attorney by training and I still practice law I practice law for a long time now, and

 

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It’s a hidden secret, but not so hidden within the legal profession that we have very high addiction rates in this profession and I’ve seen it, you know.

 

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I’ve seen the alcohol flowing. You know, I’ve worked at law firms, where people drink alcohol at lunch or a dinner then they’ll go back to their desk and keep working like it’s nothing. You know, and

 

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I hear a lot of the professions and a lot of the have high high addiction rates because they have so much stress associated well

 

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Yeah, a lot of attorneys doctors EMT cops firefighters where you’re constantly expected to have a high output or high outcome.

 

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So if you look at just an attorney, people pay you for an outcome. They don’t necessarily pay you for your service. They want to result, whatever that result is

 

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They want to cease and desist or they want to win in case they want to put someone behind bars or get someone out of trouble. They don’t care how you do it. They want it done.

 

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So that increases your stress level and you’re the person behind the computer. So if your productivity is low, you’re not going to get the outcome that they’re looking for.

 

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And then if you take a doctor. It’s the same thing. They don’t care how you cure the cancer just cure my cancer right just make it happen. Make it happen today.

 

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So that’s a high stress job when you start adding those kinds of jobs versus, say Burger King where you’re popping out of burger. That’s a lower stress job.

 

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And then the higher stress jobs. We say, How am I going to get through the day, what can I do to get through it. Oh, I can pop a Xanax, ooh, I can do a shot of vodka.

 

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Who have a donut. I mean, even we don’t we discredit food as an addiction, but it’s a huge addiction. How can I get through that two o’clock slump.

 

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Right, and then the stress goes up the addiction goes up.

 

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Exactly. You know, and I see a lot of that. And I agree 100% and, you know, not always be being out you know your clients want the outcome, but you have very little control right i mean you as a lawyer, we can use smart strategies I can help a lot.

 

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But sometimes it goes down to a court. Sometimes I just have to write the documentation in a transaction. And then we have to wait years to see if somebody says us to see what the outcome would be

 

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So it’s very hard for us to control the outcome. And I think that’s one of the things in the professions is

 

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You know, our clients are hiring us because we’re great at what we do and they want a certain outcome. We’re going to do the best weekend to get that outcome, but it’s not like flipping a hamburger patty where when I get done slipping a hamburger patty.

 

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I know that it’s cooked on both sides. Right.

 

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And then that leads to the addiction, because it’s stressful. You’ve got your client going. Is it done. Where are we, and you’re going, well, we got to go through the court system, it could take years.

 

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And the clients called

 

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Well when do I get the result. When do I see something because we’re immediate gratification society you literally want an answer. Instead of going to the doctor and having a look at your ankle. You go, Hey Siri, you know this is going on and then Siri give you an answer.

 

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Exam.

 

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I know what’s wrong with my ankle. I don’t need to see the doctor.

 

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Exactly so. So moving forward, you know, you’ve you’ve written books about how to how to use your power to achieve and how to get to your goals.

 

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What are some tips were some ideas of, you know, avoid avoiding addiction, obviously, is one of the keys and dealing with the reality of how you’re self medicating but what are some other things to kind of start telling people towards their goals.

 

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So my new book is called The seven keys to tap into the wealth inside you and it’s how to find success when you’re stuck.

 

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To the first thing you want to do.

 

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Is figure out what you want to do with your life. Are you happy. That’s the first question.

 

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Do I like what am I, what I’m doing. Am I happy being an attorney. Am I happy being an accountant or am I happy flipping burgers. If you’re not happy.

 

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Then we got to look at finding your purpose and passion in life, because a lot of people say, Yeah, I like my job.

 

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But you love your job do you wake up every morning and go oh my god I’m, I’m excited to be alive. I can’t wait to see what I’m going to do today.

 

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If you don’t, you’re in the wrong profession. So that’s the first thing we have to figure out is how to get that passion and that purpose in alignment versus just going through the motions of a nine to five to pay the rent.

 

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Yeah. And a lot of people do get caught up in that trap and I know, I know I did at one point in the first it was be a CPA. You’re good with numbers you’re good at business go be a CPA and I did, I followed the advice course I got partway through school. And I said, What am I doing

 

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And then I went to the big law firm. So that’s where everybody told me to go and then a couple years into that I started asking people, like, are you happy, do you like your career here and almost universally everybody tells you know

 

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This law firms in the country most successful lawyers doing some of the most important work and almost, almost all of them are like, I don’t like my job. I’m just stuck here yeah choice right

 

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Exactly. So that’s the first thing you’re not stuck. Everybody says, Oh, I’m stuck or I have a kid, I have to work. I have to pay the bills.

 

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That’s what happens. And I always say you’re not stuck. You can make decisions and and choices. And when I went back into private practice, it’s going to be seven years now.

 

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I said to my husband, I was working for a treatment center.

 

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And I had been there about a year and I said this really isn’t the direction I want to go, I want to work for somebody because I’ve always been an entrepreneur.

 

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And I walked in the door and I said I quit my job and my husband almost fell off his chair. He’s like,

 

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We live in Miami. It’s not cheap. And I went, I know. And he goes, How you gonna pay the rent and I’m like, I’ll figure it out, he just looked at me and he’s like,

 

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Two car payments or rent payment. He’s got a kid that at that time we were helping out with, you know, he was going to college help pay the bills and he goes,

 

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Oh my God, have you thought this through. And I said, I got this. And I just looked at me and I’m like, watch. I’m going to create a company

 

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And I did and he just went, how did you that, and I said it’s it’s faith, which is also in my book is called jumping

 

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You jump you figure out what you want to do, you do it. You don’t stop and go, well, this could go wrong and that could go wrong. And this could go wrong.

 

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And if you start doing that and focus on the negative, you’re going to invite the negative. And then you’re going to have a self fulfilling prophecy, which is, look, I couldn’t do it right.

 

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Yeah. A lot of people don’t fully commit. And I think that’s that that is an important sub theme here and you know as you’re moving into the future.

 

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You can’t fully hedge everything you’re going to have to take some rest. You’re going to have to jump some directions, you know, we talked a lot about setting directions and building unique skills and have these skills on demand. That’s really what people want. Now right they want

 

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I want this task done and I want it done well. Now whether your employee a contractor or service professional people want your skills on demand, and you’ve got to build those skills, which means you’ve got to figure out the path there which going to have someone certainly to

 

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Absolutely and failures.

 

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as we’re going along, you may say, Okay, I want to

 

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Create this item and you create it and you put 110% into it and society goes. We don’t need that. We don’t want that no one buys your product and then you go, oh my god, I’m a failure. No, you just didn’t tap into the right market or you were ahead of your time.

 

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Or you have a product that isn’t isn’t necessarily usable.

 

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So we have to take a look at it. How do we restrict it to the next thing, huh.

 

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Yeah and there’s so many successful people as they’re going through multiple iterations. You know what immediately comes to mind is Ray Kroc we had Michael Gerber on the show a couple weeks ago. He’s the guy that wrote enough very system process oriented.

 

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He got a lot of his lessons from McDonald’s, but McDonald’s, you know, that was a guy named Ray Kroc who sold milkshake saw the opportunity right he walks there, and he’s like, look at how they’re running this operation.

 

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We could expand this you know nationally and ultimately globally. He saw what it was before. But this guy was in his 50s. Right. I mean, he had been through several failures. He had not really made it as a salesperson, but he saw the opportunity and he grabbed any ran with it.

 

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Look at Stephen King, how many times did he take his book and get rejected was like 470. Some people said no, no, no, no. And finally, someone said, we’ll try it.

 

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And bam.

 

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There it

 

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And understand Stephen K one of his books he had thrown away his wife retrieved it from the trash can.

 

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Yes. Yep. And it became a best seller because she said well I’m going to hold on to this smart woman, and let’s see what happens because maybe you’re above your time. Maybe the world’s not ready for this stuff yet. Yeah.

 

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Well, we’re getting the world ready for the future Academy, because a lot of people aren’t ready to face with Elliot I talk about valley. You have a question.

 

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Well, I just to just to reinforce what you’re saying this is a magic. I mean, I’m listening. I feel like I’m taking in the energy

 

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Directly from you because this is advice. Everybody needs down

 

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Because when you go and take that leap of faith. That’s when you learn the most that’s when the concentration of learning all those loose strings in your life kind of come together and meld and then you have those aha moments.

 

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You don’t have those aha moments when you’re eight to five when you’re just kind of going through the motions, just to get through the day. And the bills paid

 

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Those bills. Don’t end for 30 years and that’s that mortgage. Right. It’s just going to keep cranking. So if you’re worried is I gotta pay the mortgage

 

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That we will never change. And so if you don’t look for new solutions like what you’re saying. You’re going to be stuck in that loop in definitely you will never get out

 

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And so what me and Shawn talk about a lot is that you’re going to be forced to get out soon, because as automation happens a lot of people are going to be put in a situation where

 

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I didn’t want to leave. But now I’m forced to so I gotta go reinvent myself. I got to find that passion, but I am so like this is brilliant stuff. I mean, I’m gonna go rewatch this and take my personal notes.

 

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Well, look at, look at my industry so

 

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I started off as a therapist 25 years ago right back when you’ve got your car you drove to your therapist you sat in a big comfy sofa and you had a conversation

 

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Now we’re automating we can do telemedicine. We can hop on put her headset on look at our client on a screen for an hour and we can be in our PJs and they can be an RP in their PJs

 

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We don’t have to do all those extra steps. So, it eliminates stuff and also gives you freedom, freedom of movement. We didn’t have that before.

 

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We had a very structured thing you get up, take the kids school, you go to work, you work nine to five you pick up the kids you get food ready, you know, bedtime bedtime.

 

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Now we can do different things. We have people working from home. We have people teleporting the different or telecommuting the different things. Like teleporting that’ll be fun.

 

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Into the future.

 

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I’ve got a

 

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Great job.

 

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So it’s, it’s even with my industry if people don’t want to jump on board, you know, they said, well, we’re not going to do that we have to

 

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I teach almost all virtually with my the addictions Academy school. Everything is online. We’re the largest in the world.

 

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Because we are online or in 23 countries, we can have a class here on New York Time, and I’ve got people in Africa. I’ve got people and we just picked up. I ran with people in Iran, taking classes in India.

 

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And they’re all in the classes and they’re all networking and talking to each other. That wouldn’t be possible if we didn’t have

 

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The technology that we have. So we are going into the future, whether people want to go or not.

 

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They’ve kind of been drugged kicking and screaming and if you don’t get on board, you’re going to end up like Circuit City, right, you’re gonna go out of business, you’re going to be the video stores blockbuster right didn’t want to get into the Netflix game BAM bankruptcy.

 

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Yeah and that drive home a point, you know, we talked about this with Forte Lopez. A couple weeks ago.

 

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You know you’re an international competition, whether you like it or not. So you’ve got to be the best you’ve got to build yourself for that you’ve got to face the reality if you’re not moving out of competing internationally and picking up those customers throughout the globe.

 

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People around the globe are coming into your local market to pick up your customer. So you’re

 

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In the national competition game, whether you like it or not.

 

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Which just means you have to have a solid plan you have to work through it. You have to be able to internalize a failure because it does increase the stress right you have, you now have to

 

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Be a leader that can take that has something that’s unique across the globe, rather than just something unique in your local city.

 

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Yeah, and you have to stay on top of current trends, you have to stay on top of what’s going on. I have a competitor in Europe. That’s not very compliant.

 

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And I’m thinking to myself, Why are you not GRU compliant. That’s like you have to be Jerry compliant to operate Europe.

 

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So we went Jerry compliant everywhere and people on the stage. Like, why do I have to accept this thing when I go to your website because it’s Jerry compliant, this is the direction we’re going

 

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We have to be ahead of the game. If we’re not ahead of the game. We’re not going to keep up with our competitors and people are like, oh, boy, that’s different.

 

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Yeah, but I mean, it makes a lot of sense. You know, it’s good. And one of the themes. We’ve covered or show a lot is that international competition and and and what do we do, and

 

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We’re starting to see some people, it’s gonna be hard to be compliant throughout the world, which means you got to adjust your business models. Again, there’s just a lot of change coming

 

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And I think the key point is, you know, you need to have the attitude of, we’re going to get through it. We’re getting there. This is how I add value to people. And I’m going to keep adjusting because

 

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You know, we, we, there’s much we talked about technology rollout on the show we can’t predict exactly which technology is going to take hold exactly which year or what timeline. Right. We just know stuffs coming

 

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We know you have to be aware and you have to be ready to adjust because we can’t predict

 

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It as we wrap up. How do you deal with the uncertainty of just not knowing what’s coming at you. That’s what do you recommend for people

 

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You have to be able to you know move on a dime. As I would say, so you have to watch the current trends watch a current trends in your industry and then look for the piece that people need. What’s the pain point

 

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What are people needing and in your industry. How can you fill that void if you figure that out. That’s how you stay ahead of the game. What do they need, how can I fill it and how can I do it and make it easy of use. If you can do that, you will be able to succeed in your industry.

 

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Makes a lot of great sense folks are going to wake people up and get people thinking Dr. Kelly, you certainly done a great job helping us wake people up.

 

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We always ask that our audience, like, comment and share those things help get this out to more people get more people thinking that, and that’s our goal. We’re building a community around it.

 

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I remind people of the comment contents. We’ve met we mentioned before, we are reading those comments.

 

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Dolly, and I are also looking for a handful of motivated individuals that want to be part of the future world. So if that

 

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If that’s you, if you’re motivated. You want to learn, you want to grow you want for the future economy, check out planning done right comm slash interns, or if you know somebody would be a good fit. Dr. Kelly, how do people get ahold of you and get a hold of your books.

 

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So I’m on Amazon, as best seller, the new book will be out till February, but they can reach me. I met the addictions coach com

 

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You can also reach me at the addictions, which is plural academy.com or 1-800-706-0318 and I’m across social is Dr. Kelly yeses or the addictions coach or the addictions Academy, pretty much simple

 

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It doesn’t know. Yeah. Thank you.

 

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And you’ll find me at Dr. Sean. Sean McBride, LinkedIn, Twitter McBride for business, YouTube, you’ll find dolly dolly craft store.

 

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We remind people, we don’t do investment advice or legal advice, talk to your own counsel. Everything here is just for your education purposes. We don’t do we don’t do medical or psychological work here either. So, consult your particular professional Dolly, you know, quote, for us.

 

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Hey Sean I do two good ones will first is for every minute you are angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness. That’s Ralph Waldo Emerson. So kind of going along with exactly what we’re saying to keep that positive mindset.

 

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It’s the second is kindness is more important than wisdom and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom. So that’s Theodore Isaac Ruben. Again, we always want to be thankful and wise and, you know, good things tend to happen to you when you do those things now. Yep.

 

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Folks what gradually shown doing the hard work, investing in yourself watching the show, thinking about the future, doing the things you need to do.

 

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So thank you for that. We also want to remind you there’s past episodes other great guests.

 

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All at future done right com you can also see our upcoming episodes, who’s coming on there, click the link RSVP. Join us for live tapings

 

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And also a future done right. Can you get on our email list. If you want to stay current on what’s happening in the future will tell you about upcoming show some takeaways from past shows

 

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And other great things that are happening. So thanks for joining us. Everyone look forward to seeing you again soon. Dr. Kelly Thank you very much.

 

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Thank you. Welcome to broke, folks.

 

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