Elevating Family, Friends and Business from a Latino border experience.
"No Manches" No way or Are you serious
In this episode Chuyeen and J.C. talk about preparation, presumptions and success. As with any worthwhile business endeavor or attempt, it's important to pay attention to detail. Pre-call plan on who your visiting with and don't take liberties of social status or be presumptuous. We love hearing from you at email@example.com or send us a message on Anchor.
"La Chancla" The Sandal "La Bota" The Boot "La Llorona" The Crying Lady
This is a humerus episode where J.C. and Chuyeen share stories about how "La Chancla" The Sandal "La Bota" The Boot "La Llorona" The Crying Lady touched (literally) their lives while growing up on the border. It talks about the importance of respecting your parents, different ways of utilizing corrective actions with your kids and the psychological tactics/stories to ensure you keep your kids on the straight and narrow.
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"Que Onda" What's Up???
In this episode we talk about the essence of "Que Onda" What's Up??? Their are constant opportunities that come our way in everyday life. Some of these opportunities we clearly see and acknowledge and some we don't. What's important is that we are prepared when those opportunities come our way. With personnel stories, we will surface these thoughts.
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"La Chispa" The Spark Episode 3
La Chispa or the spark talks about an instant in time where you had a defining moment. The key to any Chispa is if you acted upon it or not. Most people chalk these moments to having fleeting thoughts and never do anything about them. Your actions might determine the balance of the course of your life.
"Dale Gas" Get Motivated
This episode talks about giving life a little more hustle on our part. Get motivated even when you may not want to be.
"Ponte Trucha" is loosely translated in english as situational awareness. The idea that detail in business and any other facet of life is key and critical.