How being strong will be an even more valuable skill in the future

Why will the future be difficult?

Why will being strong be so important?

Join The Our Shawn and Dali Kranzthor for the Financial Transactions of the Future Economy(TM) Show as we explore what we are seeing and what we need for the future.

Jo Hausman host of the Go For It! show will join us!

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Hey everyone to see our Sean, welcome to another edition of the financial transactions, a future economy, we’re going to be talking about your mental toughness and being stronger in the future and how that’s gonna be so important.

 

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Those you regularly tune into the financial transactions of the future economy show know that we talked a lot about the change that’s coming how it’s causing disruption and mental toughness is going to be an important component. So,

 

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Joe Houseman is joining us today. She background in this she that she has to go for the show she talks a lot about getting through those tough moments.

 

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reinventing yourself doing the difficult thing so she’ll be joining us with our expertise.

 

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Those you haven’t tuned in for a while. It’s your first time watching on the are Sean of corporate lawyer by training.

 

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I help people with mergers, acquisitions partnership agreements everyday touches the ownership and control the business, also a CPA dolly crown storm, my co host CPA see

 

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CFO of companies also licensed as a CV a certified evaluation analysts and CFP Certified Fraud examiner we’re financial guys were looking at the financial future. And what’s happening. And the big societal changes.

 

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Joe, as I mentioned before, knows about the mental toughness. The change he coaches people she helps people get through those issues. So our promise to you is when you

 

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Work through the show, you have a better understanding of what you can do to be tougher to work through these changes to deal with this stuff is coming at us.

 

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As the economy continues to evolve and radically changed for the future.

 

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Financial transactions of the future economy on YouTube, wherever you’re watching drop your comments below. We’ll be looking for them. We do a comment contests.

 

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We look for the best comment of the week and then we invite that person on the show. Quick reminder we don’t do investment advice or legal advice on the show, consult your own advisors for those items. So with that, Joe. Welcome to the show.

 

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Hey, welcome our Sean. Thank you. And thank you, Ali. Thank you.

 

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We’re happy to have that

 

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Excited to be here.

 

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One of the constant things we talked about a show is change and dealing with change and and the fact that you have to mentally be ready to reprogram yourself and deal with it. Why don’t you tell us what you’re seeing out there as you’re working with your clients individuals.

 

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But I tell you what change isn’t that’s like the constant thing in life has changed. And a lot of people don’t like change.

 

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But in our day and age change is just has to happen. I know so many people that are my age and older even maybe a little bit younger that they go to work every day and they wonder if they have a job.

 

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They wonder if their job is going to be there the next day I have a know someone that every time she goes to work. They take something away from her.

 

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Like they take away her you know her work phone and those type of things. And so I said to her, I said, are you prepared for change. Are you prepared, that if they let you go, what’s going to happen.

 

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She said, No. But in reality, she’s been she’s had a plan B for over 20 years she just has never really taken it to that next step. So I really help people have a plan B.

 

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And really be able to think outside the box and think about what they can do, if

 

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The you know the worst happens. I mean, for me, I lost a husband. So then you have to think about, okay, now what’s going to happen. Where’s my next steps. Thankfully, we had a lot of our stuff in.

 

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Place already, but a lot of people don’t. So I helped him, you know, get a lot of that already into place and work that day by day.

 

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Yeah, I think that’s a big piece of it. Dr. Kelly. So this was on the show yesterday and she was talking about.

 

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The fact that you know a lot of people identify with their careers and you know when they lose their job, then they have to figure out who they are, again, and they start over. So

 

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Part of it is being ready for those changes a lot of our jobs, these days are that uncertain. Right. You may walk in one day and they say, hey, we don’t need you here anymore. Even automated as one thing we see coming or reorganized or

 

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One thing, and I think this came up when I was on your show. Joe was, you know, a lot of people

 

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They have a certain skill set. And if they don’t update their skills at some point that employers used up their usefulness and they just closing out to pasture, saying, hey, you know, you’re no longer beneficial to us. Goodbye. And then that person has to restart the training process.

 

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Or they bring them in, you know, they’ll let people go, that have been there for years and then bring them in and start a younger person in at a small other

 

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Less salary than what they’re paying the older person. So now the person who’s 55 and 60 now has all the skills, but cannot find somebody to pay them that the money that they’re worth

 

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Ryan I that’s where I really come in. I’ve said let’s work on something else. Let’s work on, you know, a different area of focus for you then.

 

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Because you have to update. I said, you can go to YouTube. And so I really try to get what they’re focusing. What is what is something that they like to do

 

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If it’s something that they like to say photography or

 

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You know, arts and crafts, whatever the case may be. I said, you realize you can make money doing that. Do you realize that you can go out and make a business with this.

 

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They’re like, I would never do that. And Michael Okay, well, that’s where we needed to change that mindset. And that’s where I come into play with Jay helping people change that. Yep.

 

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Yeah, that’s interesting. There’s a lot of innovation out there. Your body of an interesting story. I saw on the internet. This photographer needed some additional stock photography background photos for a site and he found the guy in Africa. Yet one is random emails.

 

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And you’re back to the guy and he went back and forth and the guys like I need money and he’s like What do you take pictures for me and

 

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Long story short, ended up mailing the guy a Camry spent 30 bucks on the camera mail it to the guy in Africa, the guy took a bunch of pictures and he ended up buying the stock photography from this guy. So, you know, innovation, there’s a lot of possibilities out there.

 

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Well, and with the internet. I talked to somebody yesterday from New Zealand.

 

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Yeah, you know, Australia. I mean, I talk to people from all over the world I interview people from all over the world.

 

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And with innovate, you just, but a lot of people are closed minded about that still a lot of people like I’m not sure I can talk to, as I said, just pick up the phone or pick up Facebook Messenger and call them. That’s why you have to do.

 

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That a lot of people are still they have that

 

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Scared mentality. They like they’re not quite sure what to do with it.

 

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You know,

 

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Getting them over that hump, you know. And that’s really where it has to come into play.

 

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You know, we’ve seen an interesting combination between the generations because you know the older generation isn’t used to reaching out like the younger generation right there’s kind of this middle x y group that you know are very automated but will still occasionally reach out

 

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Mm hmm.

 

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You know, Dr. Kelly yesterday was talking about the fact that there’s like this younger soluble Canyon communicate because they’ve spent so much time text messaging and typing on their computer that they’re afraid to talk to other human beings.

 

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That’s right. I actually had a I did a class at a local university, the other day, and they were struggling with that millennial group of how to really get in contact with them. I said, go to their level.

 

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Go to where they’re at and then bring them, you know, slowly bring them up to our level because it was you know staff. That’s our age, but I said you have to meet them where they’re at.

 

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We’re the ones that taught them, you know, the Internet and the phones and everything. I says, It’s our age group that’s done that. So now we need to go and

 

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Bring that, you know, go to their level and bring them up to it, bring them up to our level. And if we can meet them where they’re at. They’re going to be a lot more interactive a lot more appreciative of our generation or all the other generations. Yeah.

 

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I think there’s definitely this disconnect. Right. So, I mean, there

 

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Was somebody, somebody does some of the younger generation. So it almost becomes self contained

 

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Yes, absolutely. Yeah, they and they only know like if you sit in a room with a bunch of Millennials and the Gen Xers with the Gen Z i think is the next

 

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You know, they’re constantly on their phone. There’ll be contact talking to each other on their phone where they’re sitting right there.

 

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And I was in a group. Oh, not too long ago I was teaching a class. I said, Okay, seriously, put the phones down. We’re actually going to have live conversations, which they did really well, it, it, if you tell them what to do.

 

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Yeah, so it’s just a matter of getting them to think like they still can talk without using the phone all the time. Yeah.

 

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Dolly, we’re going to jump in there.

 

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Well, I just haven’t been listening. This is wonderful. I totally agree with this. And, you know, go into that the older generation versus younger generation. I think this is actually going to create a big opportunity.

 

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People are living a lot longer. You know, I’m going to throw 150 200 years out, if we follow these technological advances.

 

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which in my opinion is going to reinforce this older generation. So these 5055 60 year olds who are basically the wisest people among us, they’ve gone through they’ve seen every spectrum of this change.

 

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And so as we’re able to just say, Hey, actually, these people are going to be in the workforce a lot longer. I think they’re going to be the future leaders back again. I think they’re the brains of the future.

 

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And then the young people are gonna have to learn from them.

 

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So we’re gonna have like as we see like these changes. Kind of roll through society. We actually were kind of reverse back

 

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Whereas all the company’s been hiring the young people now are kind of going back and say, well, they’re not as good communicators, we really focused on soft skills, who’s a great communicator. We’re back to, you know, are you know the millennial generation and older. Mm hmm.

 

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When my son had his first job, and he’s 27 now but we asked first job couple years ago. He goes, Mom. I work with a bunch of old people. And I’m like, Are you talking about my age.

 

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Actually, well, I said, You need to learn from them learn what their skill set is learn how what they do within their realm of business and

 

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You know, you can take those skills and then apply them to whatever future job that you have

 

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And he’s done that he went any work that job for two, three years and then he’s now at a different job but he’s learned from the older people.

 

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And now he’s he’s with a group that’s a lot younger probably

 

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It may be to him if they’re in their 30s, but he’s able to bring kind of that skill set. Now that we have of actually talking to people. One on one and bringing that more and he’s always been good about that. But it’s enhanced it more now because he’s out in the workforce.

 

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Yeah, I think that makes a lot of sense. And, you know, more and more as we look to the future of AI automation computerization right anything that’s routine or repetitive.

 

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It’s going to get automated so you know what is what’s important becomes the human connection. The understanding and knowing each other. These are the critical skills for the future. Right. Yeah.

 

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That’s absolutely right. And they have to learn them one way or the other, you know, I mean, the millennials are kind of

 

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Categorize that they stay at home with their parents, which maybe they do.

 

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But there’s a lot of them that are hardworking and they want to learn and they want to, you know, there are next entrepreneurs, there are next. You know, people that are going to take over this world and I’m actually excited to see what the Millennials and the Gen Z will do

 

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Yeah, it’s a very creative generation. Right. They are they are thinking ahead. They’re working ahead.

 

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So, so how do you, how do you deal with this change, Joe. I mean, so, so let’s say somebody you know let’s say somebody does have that job change or something, or they anticipate that job change by happy. What recommendations do you have for them to work through that process.

 

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You know, first of all I really talked to them about really creating a plan. So if it’s already happened. And they’re already in it.

 

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Then it’s one set if they’re if they’re still wondering if it’s going to happen, then that’s a different set, but they’re already in it and

 

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You know, I really talk about let’s hone in on what skills you’re good at, again, I go back to Plan B. What is it that you can make money at right now.

 

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You know, over the weekend, instead of going shopping. I went and found a bunch of stuff to sell online online images. I’m all about making money, you know,

 

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So I say to them, I said, Go and you know if you need money right here, right now. Let’s go.

 

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Find some stuff to sell. If not, then let’s go and figure out start writing down what you’re good at what you want to do.

 

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What your future goal is where you want to be in six months to a year, a lot of them still have that business mentality that they want to be out in the workforce.

 

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So if I can get them to kind of shift their mind a little bit and going, you know what, how much more money do you need per month.

 

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What is it that you need per month. So say if you want to make $40,000 a year, you know, you bring that back to per month and however

 

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Can’t remember now off top my head what that is like 3300 or something, a month, but that’s where we work from. And then we really work backwards and we work at step by step and really trying to figure out how they can get that money back in their pocket.

 

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Yeah, and I think part of us the whole picture. You know, we talked, we talked a lot recently about how the workforce is different and

 

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You know, you may, you know, if you can cut your commute time out right if you work from home, right, there’s

 

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You know, for a lot of people. That’s an hour to hour and a half. They can bank that they can use that somewhere else. Sometimes that flexibility is valuable. Right.

 

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It’s just a really changing place. We talked a lot of employers having winning results on demand. Right. We need a result now.

 

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You don’t care how you got where you got we care that you can deliver us a result and then largely after that results deliver. They don’t care about you anymore. I mean, that’s just the reality of the workplace, we’re in that

 

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So I think for a lot of people that are coming out of the workforce are transitioning, it’s getting used to that idea of

 

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You know almost solution. I’m not. As you know, the with the its relationships with your customers, but that relationship revolves around delivering a solution to their specific needs.

 

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It does. And I’m really big about networking, you know, get out and network with other people that you want to meet with you know that you want to do business with or you want to learn from

 

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When I I’ve been working from home since 2005 so when I first started my business. I said,

 

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I was I started off as a virtual assistant way before social media way before anything else. Well, nobody knew what that was, especially around here.

 

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Yeah, so I had to go and be really proactive about what I was doing and how I was doing it. So, and people say, Well, you’re going to fail on my

 

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Own. Oh, no, no, no, I won’t fail. No, no, that’s not in my vocabulary, even though there is failure along the way.

 

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I still picked up the pieces and I went and worked at so I just went, I constantly networked myself I was constantly out there talking to people. How do I do this, what do I do what you know.

 

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I saw, I now teach that to other people. If you want to go and start something. Don’t let the negative naysayers, you know, you really get on you.

 

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You have to figure out what it is you want to do and just, you know, start brainstorming start thinking start reaching I’ll give an hour early every day. Start thinking about what it is you want to do and then start going networking with people.

 

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Right, well I mean partners is so self directed and

 

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It is, and that’s the hardest part.

 

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Just

 

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You as a where you got to know where to direct yourself and a Debbie discipline Dolly.

 

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Yeah, I was, you know, that is such a reoccurring theme of this show, we hear this over and over and over in an automated world, you’re going to have to find your own way to make money.

 

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We’re also seeing that people build these lives where they you know they reinforced our housing their transportation

 

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They built this great infrastructure and basically their personal supply chain.

 

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But where they fail is in their mentality. So either one little glitch. I’d like 1000 things in life to be going. Amazing.

 

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One thing goes bad. And then all they can do is focus on that one thing. So I urge everybody you know meditate. Do whatever you need to do think

 

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Or wake up, like you said, Joe, and just think through this and if you feel that

 

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The threat of, you know, somebody says something bad about you. You got to be able to get through that I mean that is going to be something that every entrepreneur we deal with that, you know, we

 

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People say, oh, well, what do you guys do, and how are you going to monetize this and it’s not about us, you know, this is about spreading the word waking people up and helping people. So I think when people realize that as part of it. They kind of lose

 

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This personal stigma within themselves. So I think that’s really important to grow the infrastructure of your mind to, you know, to even out with these these things.

 

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That mindset is the biggest key. It really is. I, I tell people I said, Start a gratitude journal, you know, start and write at least one thing you’re grateful for each day and then

 

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As you go on to write two and three and four, you know, whatever it is you’re grateful for.

 

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If you’re just grateful to wake up for the day, you know, just write that down because at least that’s going to get your mindset into the mentality that you’re grateful.

 

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And like I go on Facebook, people like, oh, you know, they get all the negative Nelly stuff on there and like

 

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That’s just not my that’s not my gig. You know, I’m going to go on and say what today will be a better day for you. You know, I pray that today will be a better day, whatever the case may be.

 

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But it’s a gratitude journal and when I was going through all my grief that I was going through. I actually went on YouTube.

 

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I didn’t know how to meditate, I didn’t know how to do any of that stuff. So I had to go on YouTube and

 

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Learn how to meditate, which sounds kind of weird now but that helped me so much, because if you can be still and be in your own little circle.

 

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Because there’s so much noise and so much business now in this world that it’s okay to be still, it’s okay to say no. Sometimes saying no, really is self care.

 

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And that’s what you nobody else is really going to take care of us. Except for us. So we have to realize that. And sometimes that takes a few few years I learned

 

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This couple iterations to get used to it. Absolutely.

 

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Hey Sean real quick on that point to happiness does not create gratitude gratitude creates happiness. And so it’s very important people align with that. And then also, like a trick I use at night when I go to bed.

 

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Every night as I do the alphabet. So I actually take the a and I say I’m grateful for that apple pie on Thanksgiving, and then the be on

 

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For the baby that I’m about to have. And then what’s what’s amazing is you sleep really well. You’ll never make it to z. And I challenge everybody out there trying to get dizzy at night, you will fall asleep for sure.

 

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I would never make it to Z, because

 

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He is on purpose because that’s this is, you know, that’s a bar where you fall asleep.

 

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Oh boy. Well, that I see we, our goal is to wake people up and now we we

 

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Are falling asleep. Thanks, Delhi.

 

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So,

 

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Our goal is to think about the future and to get people really

 

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So we asked the like comment share if you’re watching the show and you’re getting some value out of this, let some other people know you won’t get other people on this bandwagon to get other people thinking about the future and

 

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Getting ready for the change just like Joe pointed out to us.

 

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So just like comment share will be reading those comments and again. We do have a comment contest. We invite the best comedy, we want

 

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We are looking for interns Dolly. And I have some positions for a handful of motivated people that want to learn about the feature be part of the research.

 

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Writing and preparation of these shows, so you can check that at planning done right comm slash interns.

 

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Joe, I know you have a great show that helps a lot of people. And then also, how can people get ahold of you if they’re interested in coaching. I want to take a minute and talk about both sure

 

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My library here shows the international syndicated live radio show and it’s on voice america.com and I am on iTunes, Stitcher Roku Google Play that might be

 

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Also on my website. Joe Hoffman.

 

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Calm and I always say I’m the female Joe. So I’m Jay Jay. Oh, so it’s Joe at Joe Hoffman calm and again voice America. I love our Sean I interviewed you here a couple weeks ago is fantastic.

 

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I interview people from around the world and it is like one of the best things I’ve ever done with my life actually writing my book was the best thing

 

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And if I tell you know I tell people is, if you had an inkling to right right because it changed my life change the trajectory of my business.

 

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And yeah, it’s just been a phenomenal thing and I coach and I coach people on life but also how to utilize media to expand their brand with their business.

 

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Fantastic. Good stuff. So reach out to her. If you need some help. She’s got some great advice and she really is helpful or shows, fantastic. I really enjoyed being a guest there.

 

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Yeah, you were wonderful Sean

 

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We remind folks no investment advice, no legal advice on the show. Everything here is just for your education, go talk to your own advisors for specific advice dolly do quote for us.

 

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I do, Sean. Let me pull it right here with the new day comes, new strengthen do thoughts. That’s Eleanor Roosevelt. Every day’s a new day. So make it your best

 

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Second being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage. That’s Lao Tzu super ancient philosophy also wanted to mention, Sean.

 

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We talked a lot about this hurt pain agony thing. So as you’re trying to create this strong mindset. You know, sometimes push it all the way hurt and then pain and then agony means you’re going to be the top producer, but you got at least stretch those brain muscles.

 

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Do the hard work, folks. And speaking of which,

 

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As always, I like to congratulate our audience for doing the hard work, watching the show investing in yourself being part of the future. So take a moment.

 

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Graduate yourself just for invest in yourself and doing the hard work, you’re going to be the leaders of tomorrow because you’re investing the time and the energy

 

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Going remind you there’s more past videos at future done right calm, so go check that out.

 

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You can see our past guests a lot of great interviews. You’ll also see our upcoming episodes, you can click the link, you can RSVP to join us for the live taping.

 

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And also you can get on our email list. If you want to get updates and ideas from us on things that are breaking before we can even get them on to the show. So make sure you sign up there, folks. Thanks for joining us, Joe, thanks for joining us. As long as

 

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I’m here. Thanks for having me. Thank you.

 

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As always,

 

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You won’t get broke, guys. We’ll see you soon 7am 10am 2pm

 

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