Reinvention Radio — where ‘normal’ comes to die; ‘mediocrity’ meets its final demise; and, ‘the status quo’ is unabashedly dismantled.
Steve Olsher, New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT? Discover The ONE Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do; founder and Chairman of Liquor.com; creator of The Reinvention Workshop; and 25+ year entrepreneur who has built several multimillion-dollar businesses; and, co-host Mary Goulet, bestselling author of Go With Your Gut, real estate expert, media veteran and in-demand business consultant, scour the planet to bring you the world’s foremost social, business, political, technology and scientific disruptors.
Each guest boldly reinvents average, obliterates the limits of possibility, challenges the accepted, and forges daring, cutting-edge paths. Steve and Mary’s no-holds-barred, unapologetic exploration of what’s new, what’s now and what’s next will unequivocally expand your knowledge, massively impact the trajectory of your business (and your life), and empower you to achieve financial, spiritual, and emotional freedom.
Agricultural Marketing, New Media Minute with Austin Black
On Today's New Media Minute, the Reinvention Radio Crew is talking with Austin Black of Back-road Productions. Austin has a unique niche in the marketing arena, he works with agricultural brands. Austin has some great advice for us. You don’t have to keep wasting money on marketing campaigns that no one notices, all you need is a clear and strategic plan that targets your ideal client with a compelling message. When you have a system to connect with your customers everyday, you become the brand they think of when they need help
A Divine Sexuality New Media Minute with Victoria Vives Khuong
In this episode of New Media Minute
New Media Minute: The RR Crew is joined by Victoria Vives Khuong, Host of Divine Sexuality Podcast and this months Editor’s pick of Podcast Magazine. Victoria is the International bestselling Author of “In a Matter of Seconds”, healing and shamanism teacher and spiritual leader. She has helped thousands of women around the world to access greater fulfillment in their lives and help others do the same through energy healing and spirituality. Victoria facilitates women’s ability to positively relate to their bodies, to their partners and to their sexuality. The RR Crew had fun chatting with Victoria in today’s New Media Minute!
REINVENTING THE CALM IN THE CHAOS
Michael Hingson is Reinventing The Calm in the Chaos
Michael shares how we can all use our inner tools more effectively to become more successful at whatever we are attempting to do. Michael was born in 1950, blind from birth and survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog. Reinventing The Calm in the Chaos, Michael and the Crew discuss how we can not see the virus, but we can see the effects, where it is, how to deal with it and how to stay protected from the virus. There are so many people afraid of the pandemic, the fact is we should not focus on what we can’t control but engage with those things we have control and influence over. A few lessons learned by the crew: A good life lesson, that everyone can do the same things, they might just do them in different ways. Another lesson the crew ponders We really should not rely on one sense, life can be all about letting go of control if we open our eyes to what our different senses are telling us we can learn alot.
In This Episode
* Travelling during covid
* Adopting the right mindset, attitude for challenges
* Getting around in the dark is not a problem
* When we lose one sense, we can learn to hone and heighten our other skills and senses.
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Reinventing The Entrepreneurial Leap with Gino Wickman – Gino Wickman believes entrepreneurs are born, and he is Reinventing Entrepreneurs in the making. Gino has been an entrepreneur since the age of 21 and became obsessed with learning what makes businesses and entrepreneurs thrive. With tried and true real-world entrepreneurial experience, he generated opportunities out of his mistakes, formulating an Entrepreneurial Operating system that helps entrepreneurs not only glimpse their perfect path, but reach pinnacles of greatness.
REINVENTING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL LEAP WITH GINO WICKMAN
Gino Wickman believes entrepreneurs are born, and he is Reinventing Entrepreneurs in the making. Gino has been an entrepreneur since the age of 21 and became obsessed with learning what makes businesses and entrepreneurs thrive. With tried and true real-world entrepreneurial experience, he generated opportunities out of his mistakes, formulating an Entrepreneurial Operating system that helps entrepreneurs not only glimpse their perfect path, but reach pinnacles of greatness.
His latest goal and book is designed to free 1-million entrepreneurs in the making. By shortening the front end of the Entrepreneurs’ journey, so they can discover who they are, and become why they were put on this planet.
Entrepreneurs opening their vision of success. Gino believes entrepreneurs are not meant to find success in every business, That they need to open their vision of success. Know if they are a product person versus a services person. Greatness is not only one way and to open the gateway, knowing if you are a true entrepreneur or a self employed person can free the path of celebration. When we think that billion dollar companies are the only way to go, we are wrong.
The first step is self awareness, that not everyone wants to scale. The true entrepreneur is a crazily passionate red-line visionary who is driven to build billion dollar companies. Those entrepreneurs are willing to sacrifice everything, do anything it takes to create their dream.
For example, Elon Musk verses the successful handy guy: Elon can’t help himself, but create billion dollar companies. The difference being personal traits you are either born with or not. If you have all six traits and your red-lining on all, then you are in the 4% and far right of entrepreneurialism.
If someone doesn’t have the 6 essential traits, they are not willing to red-line sacrifice their personal time and that’s great too, but you need to know.And then there are integrators, those personalities that can take on the Entrepreneur’s vision and build it out. A symbiotic relationship that builds huge success.
What the Crew learned, how to redefine their own entrepreneurial experience, by identifying and reflecting when they are willing to sacrifice or what is non negotiable. Explore the six trait list. What is the difference between the visionary and their #2 or integrators.
In This Episode
Online marketplace, drops, launches, timeless trends
6 Essential Traits: Visionary, passionate, problem solver, driven, risk taker and responsible
* Integrators: uniquely talented individuals that attach themselves to visionary entrepreneurs
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Reinventing Culture & Civility – Kenneth Bator reinvents culture & civility. Bator training and consulting, create environments where employees want tocome to work. And for the past 16 years, Ken’s work includes law enforcement. With culture loud and clear and high in the headlines, the crew directs the conversion towards hard and hot topics in America, culture.
REINVENTING CULTURE & CIVILITY WITH KENNETH BATOR
Kenneth Bator reinvents culture & civility. Bator training and consulting, create environments where employees want to come to work. And for the past 16 years, Ken’s work includes law enforcement. With culture loud and clear and high in the headlines, the crew directs the conversion towards hard and hot topics in America, culture.
Ken reveals a deeply painful loss, an aunt beaten to death by a black person, but clarifies his feelings; it does not mean he hates an entire race of people. He encourages us to have a similar reality, to not judge the entire police force.
Ken voices concern over reallocating funds. The challenge and pitfalls of blindly changing police programs, rather than looking at other examples in the system that are working, and adopting strategies for something that is better for both citizens and the police force.
He says America can achieve a pro-peace, pro-change and pro-police solution, where all communities feel safe and where police officers know they will go home at night and tuck their kids into bed. Mary strongly agrees, condemning violence of all kinds, and pointing out that; “all lives matter.”
Ken’s circles round to relocation of funds and his expertise, suggesting that if funds are reallocated, areas of allocation should also include identifying where police need further education, support and evaluation of mental stability.
Everyone agrees that what happened to George Floyd was wrong, that the force used, didn’t fit the crime. Many may have watched the replay of civilians voicing their alarm, or witnessed the ignored protest of a rookie cop, and almost everyone held their breath listening to the final gasp of George Floyd’s; “I can’t breathe”. His last and final words amplified in a cultural alarm that now permeates America’s covid-19 filled air.
Steve philosophizes that covid 19 and “I can’t breathe” create another global metaphor for change. As Steve asks us to bridge our perspective, the minutes preceding the death of Mr. Floyd, with the asphyxiation of the human race and our planet, all struggling to inhale. Concluding that the entire planet is now awake, searching for currently unseen solutions to virus free air and stale cultural norms that are further saturated with the stench of racism.
What did the crew learn? There are many divergent views and information; and similar to amendments to some of America’s greatest constitutional documents, culture needs to change, and the decisions we are all making today have an opportunity to completely change our lives, hopefully for the better.
In This Episode
Peaceful demonstrations, unjustified violence, all lives matter,
Bee’s, hallway commute to college, salt in the wounds opening and closures
Police culture, defunding police forces and community safety
Open perspective around today’s conversations,
Metaphor for change: I can’t breathe”, corona respiratory virus and George Floyd
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Reinventing Start Up Non Profits – Christian LeFer is re-inventing starting nonprofits, he had his first exposure to nonprofits cheering on his mentally disabled little sister in the Special Olympics. He grew up to live what you may have thought was, the perfect life and yet he hated the person he had become.
REINVENTING START UP NON PROFITS
Christian Lefer is re-inventing starting nonprofits, he had his first exposure to nonprofits cheering on his mentally disabled little sister in the Special Olympics. He grew up to live what you may have thought was, the perfect life and yet he hated the person he had become. Then it seemed like life burned to the ground, finding himself emotionally and financially bankrupt and alienated from his family. Finally he surrendered to his pain, and was reborn a new man, with a deeper purpose born from love for himself and others.
With a new outlook and a mantra he began enabling people that want to start a nonprofit. This journey started seven years ago, as he found himself helping a friend and becoming frustrated with the 18 month IRS red tape approval time for starting a nonprofit. Christian’s resourcefulness ignited, and he took his frustration and studied the system until he removed the blocks of a cumbersome process.
Instant Nonprofit became the solution for many people wanting to serve others. Once intimidating paperwork can be completed and filed in one hour and at ⅓ of the cost. With 501c3 IRS approval in as little as 3 months. But as with every solution, another problem arises. He then discovered that many nonprofits are ignited by heart centered entrepreneurs who lacked business background.
By understanding where the skills deficit lay, he then built a knowledge base for them to learn how to keep the business running. His clients now have the skills needed to fund-raise or run a board meeting in less than 30 minutes: Along with nonprofit set up they are offered tools to build their non-profit and get what needs to be done all year round.
Christian says if you have a purpose for helping people, pets and the planet. anything charitable, scientific, educational, preventing cruelty to animals, helping children, look into nonprofits. And today, more than ever nonprofits can help our communities. He mentions that nonprofits are at the forefront and bringing light into the trials and tribulations of the African American community, where people with a purpose are creating solutions for their community. One aspect of Nonprofit enablement is to help rebuild the social fabric within the African American community.
He encourages everyone to think about how they can engage, and consider corporate funding, because corporations are seeking outlets for giving back. It’s a win win, corporate donations benefit from tax relief, nonprofits benefit from cost savings, and the fast and easy process that Christian provides.
Instant nonprofit offers a service package to suit everyone’s needs. Express and enterprise packages plus higher level packages that want ongoing help and maintenance.
In This Episode
Differences nonprofit versus regular company.
Most nonprofits are heart based people with a picket fence life that just want to help
Starting a nonprofit doesn’t have to be expensive
Riots, Retorek and the human race
Make it easy to start a nonprofit
Mistakes people make in nonprofits
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Reinventing Purpose Driven Person – .Matthew Leland Cox is Reinventing The Purpose Driven Person. Matthew is a visionary and achieves success by surrounding himself with the right people. Those who can integrate and breathe life into his vision. From tough times growing up in Hurricane, now thriving with his family in Las Vegas.
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The latest episode about Sounds of Social Distancing.. is very interesting. I am glad I found this show, will listen to all the other episodes too. Great job Steve and Kelly!
Reinventing Business Cash Flow
Loved the business distinctions and the 7 numbers. Conclusions I came to painfully after twenty years. So beautifully explained in 30 minutes. A must hear for every CEO, entrepreneur and solopreneur. The essential difference between the numbers a CPA looks at and the business owner looks at.