26 Justice Law – Global Pandemic, Government Lockdowns, Forced Vaccinations, Your Sovereignty & Freedom

26 Justice Law – Global Pandemic, Government Lockdowns, Forced Vaccinations, Your Sovereignty & Freedom

My guest is passionate about humanity, humanity’s freedom, people’s inherent rights and sovereignty. His name is Justin Law, known as Justice. I care very much about this topic. And amidst the rumours of martial law and forced vaccinations, I wanted to speak with Justice candidly and I thought, if you are interested, you should hear it too.

So, lets find out, what’s going on these days from his perspective and what can we do?

 

First thing we touched on is of course this corona situation. Justin is very concerned because there is an accelerated push to integrate measures and controls that are violating individual’s rights. One area is with vaccines.When it comes to deciding what steps to take to counter some of these ‘against our will’ measures (should they occur), it is necessary to get the answers to questions. Regarding medical procedures, we should ask standard questions like these: “What’s involved? What are the ingredients? What are all the steps and all procedures? How long will it take? What are all the risks? What are the alternative treatments?”

Medical professionals have a responsibility to be able to answer these questions.

The distress of this “covid-lockdown” that we are facing is not happening for the first time. If you look back and search the history (of law), you will see that this happens and has lasted for centuries. When you study these events, you realize that if you don’t seize control, you give up control. And if you don’t use or vocalize your rights, you give up your rights.

Delegating right is a relationship of trust, so just because you delegated some, it doesn’t mean you don’t have it.

 

We usually come to these conclusions when we have some life altering experience. And once your mind is expanded it can’t contract to its previous state, something deep within is unleashed and you start to follow your fascination and interest. In Justin’s case it was law, the history of law and its true ideas and origins.

 

After that kind of experience, we can ask How do we as citizens remain free and sovereign? And the answer Justin offers – knowing and realizing that we have rights and that they are to be protected by the state. They are not granted by the government. We had rights before the government was invented. We have the right to say no and we can take it to court. In the old days they used to say Live on your knees or die on your feet.

 

So the idea is to peacefully conduct yourself in life, to exercise your rights and use your property in the capacity that does not violate another or damage theirs.

 

Justin reminds us that knowing our rights gives us the power! It also brings responsibility. And the individual is the highest authority in his own life.

 

I brought Justin because his story inspires hope and confidence for all of us. Listen to our whole conversation to learn about his journey and find more strength to make your own journey of sovereignty and freedom a reality!

 

Life is a gift, let’s honor it!

 

Highlights:

  • “An Oligarch never wastes a crisis.”
  • “If you don’t seize control, you give up control. And if you don’t use or vocalize your rights, you give up your rights.”
  • “Delegating right is a relationship of trust, so just because you delegated some, it doesn’t mean you don’t have it.”
  • Medical professionals have a responsibility to answer your questions whenever undergoing a medical procedure of any kind.
  • Barack Obama signed The Monsanto Act when he was in control – Giving them special protections against the best interests of America’s People.
  • State power that puts the monopoly on forces and businesses are problematic.
  • “We had rights before the government was invented.”

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25 – Josef Stetter – How To Manage Jobs, Work, Employment Through The COVID/CORONA Crisis

25 – Josef Stetter – How To Manage Jobs, Work, Employment Through This COVID/CORONA Crisis

 

Today we are joined by Josef Stetter, the founder of The Celebrate Group. He’s not just a recruiter (with a 90% success rate), but also the author of the best selling book “Canada Congratulations, you are hired!” an award winning speaker and the author of four other books. He holds a Guinness world record as well! Throughout his life, he’s switched careers nine times and switched jobs 17 times! So he knows a thing or two about jobs and people.

 

The Celebrate Group represents the mindset of going the extra mile for someone, adding new value, and going above and beyond the call of duty. Josef emphasizes that it is necessary to recognize people. The more you are willing to celebrate them, the more success you have. His experience, as well as the statistics, says that in the Top 10 reasons that people leave a job, salary is actually #7. The #1 reason is bad management and bad leadership.

The COVID madness is the opportunity for companies to take advantage and cut the inefficiencies that exist right now. This is exactly the kind of moment we are all facing right now.

 

So, what can people expect in this COVID uncertainty?

 

Josef estimates that it will take at least 6 months to 2 years to recover. It’s going to be a huge shift of people being displaced and those who don’t know how to navigate and distinguish themselves as better, different from others, they will find a long uphill battle of re-engagement in the workforce.

How can people prepare now? 

 

Josef shares a model of spending time on job searching, instead of just sending your resume on a thousand addresses. You should also be ready to have a completely new strategy when it comes to writing and placing your resume.

 

Get ready, because even now there is someone hiring. There is always going to be a need, and new opportunities are always are created. Make a plan to go through a crisis, to supplement your income maybe. Check out the resources that Josef recommends where you can give something extra in the field that you know or are passionate about.

 

Because there will never be an end of jobs, the demand for jobs and types of jobs are going to change. More of the personal connection jobs are going to arise, demands for a skill are going to change. We need now to be creative, be proactive and have desire for more. If we settle for good enough, we’ll be stuck.

 

Even the employers are going to change. The smart ones are being proactive on how they can care for their staff. People remember the little things.

 

At the end of the day the more you connect with your clients, the more you stay in touch with them, the more you give them the value added and insights they didn’t think about or didn’t know, the more they trust you, the more business they give you.

 

As much as we are all afraid of change, when we take that leap of faith, great things happen!

 

Listen to the episode wherever you get your podcasts here.

 

Highlights:

  • If you settle for good enough, that’s all you’ll get.
  • In the top 10 reasons that people leave a job, salary is actually #7. The #1 reason is bad management and bad leadership.
  • One open position will cost a company an average $100,000 – $180,000 dollars per month. (10:25)
  • Culture is about recognizing and appreciating people and accepting that they have something to contribute to you.
  • People are so afraid of change and this covid virus is going to force people to change. (19:40)
  • It will take at least 6 months to 2 years to recover, it’s going to be a huge shift of people being displaced and those who don’t know how to navigate and distinguish themselves as better, different from others, they will find a long uphill battle of reengagement in the workforce.
  • There will never be an end of jobs, the demand for jobs and types of jobs are going to change. (44:17)

Resources:

 

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23 – Laura Beauparlant – How To Get Your Brand To Connect With Your Clients From The Heart

23 – Laura Beauparlant – How To Get Your Brand To Connect With Your Clients From The Heart

 

“I don’t sell logos, I sell confidence and clarity.”

 

Today we have our first branding expert on the show, Laura Beauparlant. She’s going to teach us how to attract the right clients and have your brand represent you so powerfully, you could cry. (Not entirely joking! She had a client cry when saw her logo at first sight). In my opinion, Laura is a perfect blend of practical, logical left brain and heart intuitive, emotional right brain. She’s also got a new book, Brand Chemistry, where she uncovers the magic formula for creating the right brand!

Since I never took branding too seriously, Laura is going on a mission to change my mind by the end of this conversation.

 

“We’re too close to our business to look at the brand from an objective perspective.”

 

If we feel overwhelmed with our business in the moment, she can help find clarity and confidence around who we are, who we serve and connect with clients on the heart to heart level. And that really makes a big difference for a client and us as the servant leader. Which makes a huge difference for both of us! She likes to get to know her clients better and as a result, they get to know themselves.

“Trying to be everything to everybody makes people overwhelm their audience. And if you are not clear, then your audience won’t be clear either.” You have to be yourself, no matter where you’re posting. People want to see the person behind the business, nobody wants to work with a business they can’t connect with.

How much branding do we need, and for what stage of our business? Laura explains that everybody needs a foundation. Because it is essential to have a picture of what it is that you are building – what pieces you need and how to put it all together. It should feel quite natural to represent your brand. “Every interaction that people have with you reflects your brand. It’s a feeling that draws people to hire you.” It’s how we make our clients feel that makes us successful.

But you can have the best idea in the world and if you don’t communicate it, you’ll never get it off the ground. You need to find that way and embrace what makes you different. “There’s a lot of fear around being authentic and standing out. Have a distinct voice and do not plan for everybody.” And that’s okay. Because it will allow the right people to show up for you. And it will bring you joy. “People are craving relationships and human interactions. So the more human you can make your brand, the better.” That is the path Laura leads her clients to the final answer.

And I hope to be mine as well, as I’m definitely going to take time to reflect on my brand with her. So Laura, mission accomplished!

 

 

Listen to the episode wherever you get your podcasts here.

 

Resources:
• Lab Creative https://www.labcreative.ca
• Branding guide https://www.labcreative.ca/guide/ – the big picture of all the elements needed for your brand
Brand Chemistry, a book by Laura Beauparlant
Lab Creative Inc – her handle on most channels other as well

 

Highlights:

• “I’ve had clients who cried when they have seen their logo.”
• “You don’t want to connect with your clients brain to brain, you want to connect heart to heart.”
• “We’re all too close to our own businesses to be objective.”
• “I’ve actually talked people out of hiring us.”

• “Your brand tells people your value and we put such a huge amount of time and effort and energy into developing the color palette and fonts and styling to really fit the personality of the brand.”
• “I don’t sell logos, I sell confidence and clarity.”

22 – Beatrix Montanile – From Back Injury To Flying Yogi, How To Create A Successful Yoga Studio From Nothing

Episode 22 Beatrix Montanile – From Back Injury To Flying Yogi, How To Create A Successful Yoga Studio From Nothing

 

“I said to a yoga studio, ‘Look this is going to be huge! Lets work together!'”

 

Beatrix Montanile is the founder of The Flying Yogi, an amazing suspension yoga studio in Toronto with five stars on Google (and every other social platform there is!) Her studio has a great vibe, a really amazing environment, her customers just love the experience and the staff is awesome.

Beatrix’s journey to this point was as unique as the appearance of the studio itself.

As yoga businesses are a highly competitive environment, she never thought she would do something like opening a yoga studio. She just enjoyed teaching people and was good with that.

What brought her to yoga was a spinal injury and yoga brought relief. When she found out about ropes, it was a big healing connection for her spine, but also for her life path. She searched and searched and searched and waited for a few years because she knew that it would bring a revolution for yoga! But wasn’t sure if people (or herself) were ready for it.

 

 

But now The Flying Yogi is one of the most successful yoga studio’s in Toronto!

 

About ten years ago, she heard of a space, saw the potential in it and thought she could bring life to it by doing her own thing. She took the leap and needless to say, it all lined up.

But five years ago it was all on her, business 24/7. Since she liked being outside and on the move, there was a lot of resistance in the beginning. (You know that struggle energy?) Only when she realized the business was like another child of hers and not just a business, from that context, she was able to take it on and be at peace with it. But it still was a lot f work! So she slowly became confident enough to hire an assistant and have little breaks. Soon, they both felt that they could spread their wings. For two years it really made a big difference and gave Beatrix the freedom to start focusing on developing programs, to go more on the creative side, which is the what she loved.

She had staff come and go, but they just kept growing and meeting the targets they set.

“It now feels so easy, surrounded by people who are eager to try something and to test something out, loving the opportunity,” Beatrix feels like she does so little now in her business.

“It is essential to realize how important creating partnerships is. Than you can expand to other verticals, areas, niches.” Did Beatrix create these intentions, was it her goal? Listen to the episode to find out.

A yoga teacher on one side, she is also a business owner, responsible for the livelihood of the people around her. So she can get triggered by many things. To avoid those situations, she realized it would be better to pass the management over to someone who isn’t as invested as she is.

Listen to the episode here to find out how Beatrix went from starting without a plan to becoming the most popular and successful Flying Yogi Studio in North America.

 

Highlights:

  • “Something profoundly affected me.”
  • “I started small with my own equipment.”
  • “I thought this would be great for people with injuries.”
  • “Its a highly competitive market now.  We have to do our best to stand out.”
  • I said to a yoga studio, “Look this is going to be huge! Lets work together!”
  • “Use Your Honey Voice, It Works So Well.”

Resources:

24 – Neelam Dhall – The Nasty Business of Divorce & Why The Right Mediator Can Be Your Best Ally

24  Neelam Dhall – The Nasty Business of Divorce & Why The Right Mediator

Can Be Your Best Ally

 

“Every one needs emotional support, but you need to figure out who you need emotional support from. It’s not your lawyer.”

 

My guest today is Neelam Dhall, accredited family mediator, author, divorce coach, chartered accountant, and the owner of Simple Solutions Mediation. She handles this very unique topic – mediation, divorce, settlement, and negotiation with your partner. Neelam stresses how important it is to do your research and get all the information to make sure you’re hiring the right professional and that you are thinking through what they are telling you and what makes sense in your own scenario. (She lived through the worst of it, so you dont have to!)

 

Neelam divorced a lawyer and during that experience she learned how to represent herself and that mediation is a helpful way to cooperate, especially when it comes to kids. You end up not hating each other at the end of a process, instead you are working together to come up with a solution for your unique family needs.

 

Having gone through mediation and seeing what value it brought into their lives, Neelam turned it into a service she now offers and helps people with. She strongly felt it was adding value to people and realized it became a real passion for her (to say the least).

When people step on the path of divorce, they often expect lawyers to deal with their emotional and mental health issues, but that’s not their job. “We need to figure out who we need emotional support from.” From that support point of view, we need different types of professionals. And we need the ones we click with.

 

“Advice we get from people around us, like friends and family, are based on just one part of the story, the one they are familiar with. It’s not good advice because they don’t know everything they need to know to help us go through the process. So it’s helpful to talk to someone objective who can help you get the information to come up with a solution, but you are the one who has to be ready for the step and be very sure is the right thing for you.”

 

It’s essential to know that the litigation is not the only route. What steps does someone need to take when they know it is the right time to make the decision? “Research, research, research, because knowledge is power.”

 

Listen to the episode wherever you get your podcasts here!

 

 

Resources:

 

Highlights:

  • “I eventually fired my lawyers because I was tired of paying all this money and seeing no results. I went self-represented and it was then when I became successful in court including winning my costs.”
  • When you are parents, you are negotiating all this stuff and you don’t want to hate each other at the end of the process, because you have to deal with each other for a very long time. You have kids together, so you want to be able to cooperate.
  • “No one talked to me about strategy. You’re very naïve when you’re going into the process, you don’t know anything.”
  • “Every one needs emotional support, but you need to figure out who you need emotional support from. It’s not your lawyer.”
  • “The court system is very backlogged. So much time is wasted there.”
  • “You want to be talking to somebody who uses litigation when they have to, when there is no other alternative, but they will try to do something more amicable when the situation presents itself. “

 

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21 – Marcos Mendosa – How Can A Poet, Musician, Lyricist, and Hip Hop Artist Be A Successful Business Owner?

21 – Marcos Mendosa – How Can A Poet, Musician, Lyricist, and Hip Hop Artist Be A Successful Business Owner?

 

First step, take the word, “How” out of your vocabulary!   If you’ve ever heard the saying, “If you’re not growing you’re dying” and you subscribe to it, you’ll want to listen to this episode. Now.

 

Marcos Mendosa is the founder of Coachable, a creative agency that helps coaches become entrepreneurs and leaders. He is a lyricist, spoken word artist, amazing public speaker, content creator and has a very authentic brand.

 

The brand was created when he realized that the only thing he asked from his clients is to be coachable. But not everything was so smooth. In order to get to the point of having this perfect business, as he feels it, he and his team had to evolve from the initial service model. He had to scale, but into something that feels right and in alignment. Since he already owned a running business, he was stuck between getting complete with clients and getting into the next realm of what he worked to become.

 

He chose to take a deep dive into his own essence. Knowing the only thing that challenges his self expression is the inauthenticity, he started searching for a way to connect back to his true self. And that meant getting back into his artistic expression. It was his way of being healthy.

He shines whenever he is given the opportunity to express something, which connects him to his life’s purpose – to be self expressed. Having an impact with that expression connects him to the business he feels so aligned with.

 

(This is really powerful because change is so difficult for so many of us. And since he is coachable and coaching is his business, the fact that he changed his entire business speaks volumes.)

 

“Everything that gets in our way is an opportunity to create something. So it’s very important to stay committed to your purpose.”

 

“What keeps it all together is a desire to communicate and it doesn’t mean speaking. It means listening. In that space of listening, we have an infinite number of possibilities to create. Being a coach doesn’t mean you have all the answers, it means you hold the space for others to discover themselves.”

Listen to the episode on your favourite podcast platform here.

 

Highlights:

  • “I cut out the word “how” out of my vocabulary”
  • “If you dont start giving people your best stuff, you’re going to be out of business quick.”
  • Marcos openly pours his heart and soul in his content on Facebook
  • Marcos even live streamed his proposal to his fiancee on Facebook!
  • “I was infatuated with lyricism. I was in love with the ability to express and flow.
  • “I would just read and write every day. I wrote lyrics every day.”

Resources:

 

20 Tracy L Clark – Change is coming, and now is the best time to be alive

20 Tracy L Clark – Change is coming, and now is the best time to be alive

Part 2 of this podcast episode Tracy talks about the energy about money, taxation, working, and business. In Tracy’s programs she teaches about energy, listening to your intuition, and talking to your body to help people overcome problems in business and life.
Tracy’s gifts include the way she moves energy with her hands and her voice, and she quickly realised how much power lies in her voice. Tracy doesn’t mince her words and has become incredibly straight talking, whilst understanding the power of how her voice can move energy. Tracy’s gift is that she talks directly to the body, so the body can hear it and receive it, so that the body can override its fears and doubts, this is how she moves energy to make sure people can live their lives.

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Tracy encourages people to research into issues such as taxation and government spending, following the energy to seek out the truth around how money is spent and taxed by governments. Tracy encourages you to learn to tap into the energies around these topics (like the feeling when you receive your tax bill in the post), to help understand on a deeper level what changes you want to see in the world.

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Change is coming in the world, and in order to feel at ease with the amount of change which is coming, you need to have your energetic house in order. The energies around popular topics, such as banking are changing and often we can start to feel a shift in the energy around a topic. An example of this is Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, we saw a sharp rise in Bitcoin in 2008 as the energy behind bitcoin is an energy of  freedom and after the 2008 financial crisis people shifted as they felt held hostage by the traditional money and banking systems and wanted more freedom. Change comes when people realise the energy behind the traditional systems we have in place and people become empowered to take action.

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Tracy works a lot with children and families, and is building a TLC kids space, and creating a new platform for kids to learn and give back. Tracy left university to start her company, as the schooling system didn’t support how she learnt, and now Tracy wants to support other children who don’t fit the traditional schooling system and help them develop into strong leaders, and teach children the skills required for the future. Tracy wants to start empowering children to question the systems our society is built on.

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Resources:

  • Tracy L Clarke website
  • “This 10-minute audio will help you start to do just that. Listen to it in the am before you get out of bed and in the pm right as you are falling asleep. Allow the body to relax and feel the energy go through your body. Then as you go about your day notice what you notice. However, be prepared if you have bad habits or people draining your income or patterns that you need to break they will come up. They will not be comfortable but they will come up so you can release them and let them go. To build a new foundation, you must let go of the old. So, do not get frustrated or upset bless the situation for showing up so you can create more with spirit and allow more financial flow into your life. You must be an active participant and this is a great way to get started to rewrite your programs!!” Download Tracy’s Financial Audio Clearing
Highlights:
  • Taxation is theft
  • No matter what we learn or how we grow , if anything is against how you feel at the time, and it feels wrong, it is wrong
  • This is the best time to be alive, as this is where you are going to see the change
  • The school system is outdated and during her school years Tracy didn’t feel supported, and left university to start her company, and now she wants to support children and their creativity.
  • Millennials are not lazy, they are the change makers.

 

 

19 Tracy L Clark Part 1 – Changing Lives, Finding Your Connection to Something Powerful Called “Faith”

“When you truly wake up and say I’ve got to change something, it’s hard, you hit the bottom. You have to not only look at overriding your subconscious but you have to go deep and say ‘I don’t want to do that anymore!’”

Episode 19 – Tracy L Clark Part 1 – Changing Lives, Finding Your Connection to Something Powerful Called “Faith”

 

Tracy has been sick and ill since she was a baby, growing up she only dealt with illness, depression, struggles and issues. Doctors told her that there is no hope for a cure and she will just have to manage her illnesses through life, and may not live long.

Tracy found of her own journey into spirituality incredibly lonely and through the incredible teachers she met, she started to look at something different. She met a lot of people with struggles and pain and like her they wanted to understand truth, energy and spirituality, but they were scared.

This is the reason the TLC Community was created! (TLC are her initials!) So people could have a place where they won’t feel alone in their journey. They are a very tight knit community. They talk, they share, they uplift one another, they hear real truths. In all the communities I’ve seen, they’re actually there for each other.

“It’s a space to support one another when we fall down, so we can grow and get better.”

The TLC Community is composed of different people from different backgrounds from doctors, businessmen, teens, single moms, and more and everyone is included in the TLC community. What they have in common is they are looking for a connection in their faith and themselves, to explore their ideas and be free.

Waking up means looking at a new perspective and changing your life. Changing your life requires you to walk through the fire, open your mind and see the patterns. And then do something different about them.

Going through all that and coming out on the other side is all worth it.

 

Listen to the episode on your favourite podcast platform now here!

 

Resources:

  • Tracy L Clarke website
  • “This 10-minute audio will help you start to do just that. Listen to it in the am before you get out of bed and in the pm right as you are falling asleep. Allow the body to relax and feel the energy go through your body. Then as you go about your day notice what you notice. However, be prepared if you have bad habits or people draining your income or patterns that you need to break they will come up. They will not be comfortable but they will come up so you can release them and let them go. To build a new foundation, you must let go of the old. So, do not get frustrated or upset bless the situation for showing up so you can create more with spirit and allow more financial flow into your life. You must be an active participant and this is a great way to get started to rewrite your programs!!” Download Tracy’s Financial Audio Clearing

Highlights:

  • Talk to your body.
  • Be a research junkie. Know the truth. Find the truth.
  • Taxation is theft. Its unconstitutional.
  • 33% of every American Tax Dollar Goes to Military and Black Box Projects they’ll never know about.
  • Now is the best time to be alive, we are at a time when energies are shifting and we are creating the environment for a new way.

 

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“A lot of times people don’t recognize that early success is an enormous impact of long term success.”

 

Episode 18 Chris Thomson – Mentoring Canada’s most hardworking students, creating millionaires.

The Students Works Management Program looks for highly motivated and committed college students to train them to run home painting and window cleaning services business. The program recruits college and university students who are dedicated to working hard and students who have “big engines” something Chris Thomson describes as students who like to work hard, not because they need to, but because they just like to work hard. “They are always busy working on something, even while in school.”

 

I don’t have any regrets in life. But if I could go back and tell my past self back in college what to do, it would be to join the Student Works program.

 

Students Works run their Student Based (kickass) business training program in different parts of Canada. It teaches students the different tactical skills they need to run a business, namely Painting, Window Cleaning, Estimating, Marketing, Sales, Recruiting and Time Management Skills. The students then submit a business plan and spend 15 to 25 hours a week on marketing or selling or recruiting and on weekends they do estimates. All this training is filled with opportunities for students to become eligible for the next step in their lives.

 

The program has a lot of support because Canadians like to support students. These students are future Canadian entrepreneurs and they are also a good influence to other students to do the same.

 

Chris Thomson realized that if a student has an early start on making a business work at 18, 19 or 20 years of age, then “these students are going to have a very successful future ahead of them.

 

Chris has aspired something big and audacious: to create a thousand millionaires through this program. To be a part of co-creating a millionaire is not about the money but to be able to help create the habits and mentality of successful people. There are enormous positive impacts to society of everyday hardworking individuals becoming millionaires.
At Student Works, Chris has seen different progressions and success stories from alumni who had taken the program in the past. That is why Chris not only sees Students Works Program as a business but as part of a bigger plan which impacts other people’s lives.

 

 

Chris Thompson of Student Works

 

Resources mentioned in the episode:

 

Highlights:

  • The most successful people make a lot of mistakes.
  • “Successful people have enormous energy!”
  • “The Students Works Management Program wants to do everything in our power to ensure out students win.”
  • Chris and his team have raised over $1.5M for MS Society.
  • Graduates of the program go on to become CEOs, Vice Presidents and executives all over Canada

 

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17 Sarah Noked – Is Your Business Optimized? What’s An Online Business Manager and Why Do You Need One? (Like Yesterday!)

“As one of just three worldwide Certified OBM® Trainers, Sarah Noked works to share her passion for Online Business Management. Through a variety of training and certification courses, she offers the right resources to empower and educate highly-skilled VAs and OBMs around the world.”

 

Episode 17 – Sarah Noked – Is Your Business Optimized? What’s An Online Business Manager and Why Do You Need One? (Yesterday)

 

Sarah Noked is the founder of Sarah Noked OBM, an Online Business Management Agency, where she helps clients by systematizing their businesses’ backends and priming them for successful launches. Her mission is simple: to empower entrepreneurs to grow a thriving business online by building systems & a winning team, keeping everyone accountable to their goals, and increasing those profits.

Sarah’s team works with entrepreneurs and creatives in all stages of business to provide the structure and business management support they need. She allows owners to harness their creativity within a structured business of their
dreams. Her focus is on creating the systems and automation necessary to help companies to delegate while wrangling diverse virtual teams in established firms. Sarah provides the encouragement –and the means– to keep you thinking creatively while giving owners the kick in the pants to continue growing their business!

“We help entrepreneurs take the day to day off their plate. We help manage that stuff so that Entrepreneurs can focus on what they’re good at.” 

They love systems and this is what they thrive on! This is HUUUUGE! Because usually, entrepreneurs we don’t know how to do everything. We aren’t great at the systems. We aren’t great at always following structure. And we’re not naturally good at doing all kinds of little, detailed, important tasks that make our business successful. We usually just get Sh*t done. We like to grow the business. But that means things get left behind. That means sometimes we ‘wing it’. And that can’t last forever. In fact, that will stunt growth.

And that’s no good! And that’s why you need to listen to this spectacular episode of The Business Brilliance Podcast!

Listen to the episode on your favourite podcast platform now here!

 

Resources mentioned in the episode:

Highlights:

  • How to systematize your business so you can safely delegate an take a vacation.
  • The 3 biggest mistakes every solo-preneur makes.
  • Business owners need to work in their zone of genius only.
  • Everything Else, should be outsourced.
  • Duplicate yourself – Double and triple your efforts.
  • Systems take a lot of time to set up, therefore business owners often neglect this, and it can be a form of self sabotage.
  • One massive growth tactic is to focus on what you’re the best at. And thats it!
  • Seven reasons why an Online Business Manager (OBM) is vital for business.
  • Sarah shares her secret formula for growing a team-based business.
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