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Wealthy Wellthy Podcast

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Jan 12, 2021

Do you have a tax planner on your side? How about a bookkeeper? 

Are you subconsciously abdicating all the decisions when it comes to your numbers? Do you only focus on making money in your business (revenue) but give all of the rest of the financial power away to a 3rd party? Do you think your tax planner or bookkeeper cares about your money as much as you do? 

Knowing how (and where) your money flows through your business and tracking the performance of every dollar is a game-changer when it comes to maximizing and optimizing how much money you ultimately make. And when I say make, I mean KEEP. 

Yes. You need an A-Team to help you manage your money and build your wealth -- BUT, that does not mean abdicating your finances to these experts. A lot of accountants that are preparing your taxes have only a fraction of the picture that necessary to maximize your profits and minimize your taxes owed. And, bookkeepers are administrative. They are there to take direction, not make decisions on how to report/track your monies. Not to mention, they have usually overworked themselves, trying to make ends meet, and don’t have the time it would require to pay attention to your books as necessary. 

You are the one that is the most intimate with your business and the most passionate to see it succeed. That is why knowing your numbers is so important. Cash flow management is the name of the game.

Looking only at your top line is useless. You need to pay attention to your bottom line. That’s where the money is! Think profit first then all the rest will fall into place. Figure out what your short term and long term goals are. Figuring those out will help you set your profit goal which ultimately determines your revenue targets.

I enjoyed this conversation with Tatiana Tsoir. She is a CPA and bookkeeper who is not your average CPA and bookkeeper. You'll hear how she and I are completely aligned with how we coach business owners to think about their money and as a result manage it! Tatiana helps business owners become the boss of their bottom line so that they can make money doing what they are most passionate about.

 

We run the gamut of topics in this interview!

  • What is a Tax Planer
  • Having Sovereignty Over Your Numbers
  • Cash Flow Management
  • Entity Matrix
  • Long Term & Short Term Goals
  • Why You Need To Think Profit First
  • Are You Volume Oriented Or Quality Oriented
  • Price Theory
  • Why You Need Three Tiers To Your Product And Or Service.
Dec 18, 2020

For show notes and to stay updated with me head over to my Podcast Page

Does everything happen to you or for you? 

 

In an instant, everything could change for the better, or worse. In the unexpected turn for the worse situations, are you a victim of circumstance? Or, do you take your part of the responsibility, learn the lesson and turn that sour lemon into sweet lemonade? 

 

If we wish to be healthy and happy it requires full accountability and responsibility for our life. Every choice we’ve made has brought us to the exact place we sit right now.  No matter where we’ve been (good or bad) we’ve been the common denominator. This means -- in almost all cases, we are the cause of the effect (outcome/situation) we are in at that moment. 

 

Part of ‘adulting’ is to own our life and quit hiding behind lies and excuses. When things get tough, it is easy to fold under pressure. It’s simple to point fingers and blame someone or something else for the situation we are in. But, I believe our soul knows when we are bullshitting ourselves, and others -- and, as a result -- it defeats our happy spirit. 

 

Today's episode is about taking full accountability and responsibility for a horrific situation. And you’ll hear love, grit, perseverance, and climbing one’s way to the top from the very bottom. In this case, prison! 

 

In this conversation, Kier talks about the lessons he learned in prison. How difficult it was to re-emerge into society when no one would hire him. Nor, accept his application to return to college. It would have been easy for him to sink into more darkness and lead a self-destructive path. But, through his determination and passion for wanting a good life, he beat the odds and now has a thriving 7-figure business. Kier now leads an amazing life ‘clean and sober’ with a mission to help addicts kick the habit through a modern approach to recovery. 

 

You will love Kier’s zest for life and will appreciate his extraordinary accomplishments since graduating from a New York prison (yes--graduating. He says it was definitely a form of education!). 

 

If you, or someone you love, have addiction issues -- you’ll definitely wish to listen in! 

 

Keir Weimer is an expert in entrepreneurship, real estate, and the Live Free Lifestyle, having founded and successfully led multiple seven-figure companies in luxury real estate brokerage, hospitality development, investment, lifestyle show and brand, and education & information, training, and event enterprises. He is also a #1 Amazon Bestselling author, a certified high-performance coach, and a speaker. He has a passion for taking early-stage, novel ideas to market and growing teams, cultures, and businesses around them.

 

We touch on many deep topics

  • How To Handle Tragedy
  • Extreme Ownership
  • Life in Prison
  • Grit
  • Mindsets
  • Addiction
  • LifeStyle Architecture
Dec 4, 2020

For show notes and to stay updated with me head over to my Podcast Page

 

If you had to narrow down to the ONE THING that you believe is holding you back from achieving everything you dreamed of, what would it be?

Could it be as simple as not “Asking” for what you want?” On a scale from 1-5 -- 5 being you are an Expert Asker -- how would you rate your Asking willingness and ability? 

 

This episode is all about learning how to ASK. My guests, Mark Victor and Crystal recently wrote a book called Ask! They claim that much of not getting what we want out of life is a direct result of not asking for exactly what we want out of life. 

 

A starting place they offered in the interview is to begin by asking yourself these crucial questions:

  • Where are you in your life right now?
  • Where do you want to be? 
  • What questions do you need to be asking to bridge the gap? 
  • Who could you be asking to help? 

 

Chances are that you are not asking the right questions. And, you are not asking others to help you in your quest to manifest your goals and dreams. Merely asking sounds pretty simple. But, it tends to be one of the most difficult things for us to do. 

 

Why? 

 

Because of those same demons that continue to sabotage our potential: guilt, shame, fear, avoidance, and/or lack of clarity of purpose.  Most especially the fear of being rejected by being told “no.” We give up all those “yeses” in fear of getting an occasional “no.” Which, at the end of the day -- keeps us playing small! Robbing us of ever reaching our potential. 

 

I took copious notes during this interview. 

Some of the topics discussed are

  • The Power of Asking
  • Why You Need a Seven Year Old On Your Board
  • How To Get Yourself Unstuck
  • Flipping the Script On Feeling Unworthy
  • How To Ask For What We Want
  • How To Inspire People
  • The Seven Roadblocks Of Asking
  • Seeking Connection
  • Gender Differences In Asking
     

Mark Victor Hansen is probably best known as the co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series and brand, setting world records in book sales, with over 500 million books sold. Mark also worked his way into a worldwide spotlight as a sought-after keynote speaker and entrepreneurial marketing maven.

 

Crystal Dwyer Hansen is an international speaker, researcher, corporate consultant, author, and entrepreneur. Her expertise is in the field of human potential. Through her years spent as a Transformational Life Coach and Wellness/Nutrition Expert, she has seen people experience profound and lasting transformation in relationships, career, health & wellness by tapping into their inner resources.

 

These two are amazing humans. Let me know your takeaways! 

Nov 20, 2020

For show notes and to stay updated with me head over to my Podcast Page

 

What self-limiting beliefs do you have that may be holding you back? What stories are you stuck in that hold you back from achieving your goals and dreams? Unbeknownst to most -- the thoughts and words people use on a regular basis are what shape their behaviors which creates the trajectory of their future. This episode will help you identify your recurrent thoughts and patterns that may be sabotaging the life you desire and will help you redefine them. 

 

Paul Ross is an expert in NLP. What is NLP? Listen in and learn all about it. I’m familiar with NLP, but wow, Paul uses examples in this episode that had my jaw dropping throughout our conversation. I realized for myself that there are many words I use that are weak in comparison to what’s possible. 

 

Paul emphasizes that our language (thoughts and words) create our realities -- both good and bad. When our self-talk is full of negative thoughts (invisible words) -- our reality will match up with those words because those words create our reality. Our moods and narratives become the life story we live in. So, if the life story isn’t the way we want -- it’s time to look at and change our language.  

 

This starts by reflecting on: “Where did these beliefs and stories come from? Are they mine that I chose? Or, were they handed to me from my family and/or environment? Am I attached to these? If so, Why?”.

 

That’s personal. What about professionally? Paul states that every conversation we have is an attempt to sell our point of view and our perspective. In each conversation, we can expand each other's minds in how we view a topic. If you know how to model and better influence a person, you have a much higher chance of getting your point across. Which can lead to more sales. And, better relationships.

This is a powerful episode. I learned that NLP is one of the most effective methods for creating rapport with your unconscious mind to rapidly release old programming, shift your beliefs, and change your behavior to create massive results in your life and business.

Let me know your Ahas! I had many of my own. 

 

Paul Ross is an author, speaker, trainer, Master Hypnotist, and Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. For the past 30 years, he's taught thousands of people the power of language to persuade, sell, heal, turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones and pain into passion.

 

Some of the topics we dive into are:

  • How To Develop A Sense Of Trust With A Person
  • How To Make A Person Think Your Idea Is Their Own.
  • How To Grab People's Attention
  • Subconscious Communication
  • Hypnosis
  • Pattern Interrupts
  • Mirroring
  • When To Be Vague And When To Be Specific
  • Trance Phrases
Aug 28, 2020

Have you been struggling to stay focused in the last several months? Where your focus goes, your attention goes. Focus is something that seems so simple, and yet so unattainable at times. It can be easy to lose sight of what you should be focusing on and let all the small details drag you down. Today we are faced with so many decisions that it can be easy to get analysis paralysis. Let's get you focused on this episode.

 

Our guest Erik Qualman ”Equalman”  has a new book out called The Focus Project, and it offers great insight on how to stay focused. Erik is an alumnus of the podcast, and I am so honored to have him back on. Erik is a Bestselling Author of books such as Socialnomics, Digital Leader, and many more. Erik has worked with clients such as IBM, Google, FBI, National Guard, Disney, Sony, etc. Erik has performed in 55 countries and reached over 35 million people in the last decade. Erik was voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling

 

Today's episode is full of actionable items you can use to take back your focus and achieve your goals. Some of the topics talked about are.

  • Creating Systems To Keep Organized
  • Making Not-To-Do Lists
  • Reducing Clutter
  • Decision Fatigue
  • The Art of Saying No
  • Focusing On Only One Thing A Month
  • Why You Need to Act Like a Cowgirl or Cowboy.
  • Focus On The Big Not The Busy
  • Focusing As A Habit

Enjoy this conversation with Erik Qualman!

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