In business, there are certain ways to generate income when you’re dealing with a crisis. From a personal perspective, it sparks that creativity within one. However, we don’t always want to wait for a crisis to happen for us to be creative and act. In today’s podcast, we look at different ways, creativity, and what you’ve learned since the dawn of the pandemic.
Think about, when COVID had first erupted last year, how prepared were you — financially? Good chance that you were on the outside looking in. Meaning, when everything shut down, you put all your eggs into one basket (your main income stream) and then POOF! Gone!
How about the second, third, fourth, etc…..times that the economy in your country had been shut down due to COVID?
What I learned was diversification, whether it’s your job, multiple streams of income, and even assets….it’s unbelievably important.
In today’s podcast, you will listen to three financial managers giving their opinions on diversification.
We’re back! Has connecting with people on LinkedIn ever presented new business opportunities? On LinkedIn, it’s a hit-or-miss market. Last year, I was supposed to start a new short stories series with a voice coach from Jordan, but after being stood up a couple times with zero communication, it failed.
However, did that make me put my guard up and never communicate with people anymore? No.
This year, I’ve connected with the phenomenal Lisa Catto, who appeared in a book I was reading. A wonderful Business English language teacher and solopreneur from Canada, and an international school teacher from Jordan….all through Linkedin, and just recently, I’ve connected with business coaches from Brazil, Turkey, and Chile.
Social media and LinkedIn could be either positive or negative — and it solely depends on the end-user.
Today’s Business English podcast is about that! Early Access ($5 a month) gets you all scheduled podcasts and $30 gets you templates, podcasts, webinars, and 1-hour of business English coaching!
Without a good breakfast, your ability to learn goes down, thinking and concentration, weight gain, fatigue, & more stress/irritability. So, why is it we skip breakfasts so often? But the even more important question is if you don’t have a proper breakfast before a long day, what could possibly happen to your energy throughout the day? Here’s episode 12 and the first of the year!
Another Patreon write-up special. This podcast is already available to the public, but the write up with questions, answers and Q&A is only available on the Patreon Business English Podcast badge. So, if you’re interested in completing some of the questions, click the link down below and join today!
Let’s get into scoring ourselves on a scale of 1-6 to see where we rank in these following areas.
- I show kindness and consideration to others
- I keep promises and honor commitments
- I do not speak negatively about others when they are present.
Look at your life. In what ways do you show kindness and consideration to others? I’m very quick to think on my feet. It’s all a toss-up. I know that deep down inside, I’m a gorgeous soul, but when it comes to helping women in this country, it’s hit or miss.
In the morning, I helped a woman by getting off the treadmill, walking over to hers and turned it on for her (she didn’t know how to turn it on). She said thank you, and that was an amazing moment because the inner voice within me was like, “oh, look at you!” I quickly silenced him by saying “shut the f*** up.”
However, in the evening, you have a tendency of having hi-so (women who think they’re s*** don’t stink) walk in the lobby area and this lady knew i was behind her when we were both entering the lobby area of my condo. However, she opened the door only for her without giving me any leeway. So, not to get back at her, but I quickly went to the elevator and noticed that there was one at the bottom. Sure, I could’ve been the bigger person and keep the elevator door open for her, just because she was just about 4 meters back, but FUCK YOU.
So, it’s a toss-up.
The other two bullet points are in the podcast down below!
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As an online entrepreneur/trainer, it’s vastly important to forecast and look for new opportunities. Now that I have two markets where I’ve attracted hot-prospect customers (students/clients who are very adamant about getting a high-score on their test), those are new areas of opportunities.
If anyone is in sales, it’s also important to forecast and look for referrals for new opportunities, which I discuss along with another ‘played audio’ within this particular podcast.
This particular podcast will debut to the public in a month’s time, so if you want access to it today, join my Patreon!
BOOM! General English is finished! Business English is HERE! We have finally finished general English and now we’re moving into five seasons (which will probably total 2-3 years) worth of Business English, English for Specific Purposes (such as marketing, HR, supply chain and management, professional development, interviews, corporate finance, investment)…and much more. I know, some of you are probably saying “well, I’m not in business because of my age and what I do)….but to be honest, you’re going to get more out of these seasons than you did with general English because this will be more relatable! Tune into what’s in store for this upcoming season!
To be honest with you, I know that the stats are only a fraction of my unbelievable influence. After getting a number of emails, messages and people linking up with me on Instagram, I’ve realized now that I’m inspiring others to find their voice, passion, and core genius. This is the next segment of this book.
“Once you’ve found your own voice, the choice to expand your influence, to increase your contribution, is the choice to inspire others to find their voice. Inspire (from the Latin inspirare) means to breathe life into another. As we recognize, respect and create ways for others to give voice to all four parts of their nature—physically, mentally, emotionally/socially and spiritually—latent human genius, creativity, passion, talent and motivation are unleashed. It will be those organizations that reach a critical mass of people and teams expressing their full voice that will achieve next-level breakthrough in productivity, innovation and leadership in the marketplace and society.”Excerpt From: Stephen R. Covey. “The 8th Habit.” Apple Books.