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    Delegation

    Explore "Delegation" with insightful episodes like "Slow Down To Speed Up", "#720: Life Lessons from Taylor Swift, Conquering Anxiety, Coaching Teens, Career Reinvention, Supposedly Gay Bulls, Your Shadow Side, and More — Soman Chainani", "#712: The Random Show — 2024 New Year’s Resolutions, Tim’s 30-Day No-Caffeine Experiment, Mental Health Breakthroughs, AI Upheaval, Dealmaking and Advising for Startups, The Next-Gen of Note-Taking, Digital Security Tips, and Much More", "Java vs. Kotlin" and "Der entscheidende Fehler beim Delegieren" from podcasts like ""Magnetic Pod", "The Tim Ferriss Show", "The Tim Ferriss Show", "andrena entwickelt" and "100% DU - Dein Business - Deine Wirkung - Deine Authentizität - GO!"" and more!

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    Slow Down To Speed Up

    Slow Down To Speed Up

    In this episode, we're diving into the art of letting go to let your business grow. I've got some real talk lined up for you, so grab your headphones and let's get into it!

    🔑 Key Points from Today's Episode:

    • 🌱Delegate to Elevate: I'm sharing why trying to do everything yourself is a no-go. Remember, it's the chief executive officer, not chief everything officer! 🚀
    • 🌱The Power of Slowing Down: Sometimes, you need to take a step back to move forward. I'll explain why this is crucial for effective delegation. 🐢
    • 🌱Communication is Everything: Discover how clear communication can make or break your team's success. 🗣️
    • 🌱Asking for Help is Strength: Learn why reaching out for assistance is not just okay, it's essential. 💪

    💬 Let's Connect!: Got thoughts on today's topic or stories to share? Reach out via email or hit me up on my Instagram. I'm all ears and always love hearing from you!

    👋Tune in for more insights. Can't wait to share what I've got lined up for you! Keep delegating, keep growing, and most importantly, keep being awesome!

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    #720: Life Lessons from Taylor Swift, Conquering Anxiety, Coaching Teens, Career Reinvention, Supposedly Gay Bulls, Your Shadow Side, and More — Soman Chainani

    #720: Life Lessons from Taylor Swift, Conquering Anxiety, Coaching Teens, Career Reinvention, Supposedly Gay Bulls, Your Shadow Side, and More — Soman Chainani

    Soman Chainani is the bestselling author of The School for Good & Evil book series, which has sold more than 4 million copies, been translated into 35 languages across six continents, and been adapted into a major motion picture from Netflix that debuted at #1 in more than 80 countries. Visit SomanChainani.com to learn more and follow Soman on Instagram (@somanc).

    Please enjoy!

    Timestamps for this episode are available below.

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    Timestamps:

    [04:54] Who is Soman Chainani?

    [06:01] Follow the flow.

    [14:52] Give stories away.

    [23:34] Your bull might be gay.

    [30:13] Indispensable assistance.

    [36:36] Art appreciation: Christopher Marley.

    [40:35] Coach Alpha.

    [50:05] Mike Regula's Course of Action.

    [52:31] The catharsis of being an intermittent pop star.

    [59:20] How ketamine changed Soman's life.

    [1:08:09] The Shadow Self vs. The Double (refereed by Kelly Clarkson).

    [1:13:47] Thoughts on Netflix's Quarterback.

    [1:17:34] Career lessons from Taylor Swift.

    [1:24:07] Recommended reading.

    [1:29:55] Cross-collar dating.

    [1:35:12] The language of couples.

    [1:36:59] Hookups.

    [1:38:28] St. Louis vs. everywhere else.

    [1:42:48] Dodgy allergies.

    [1:48:41] Babysitting the fully formed.

    [1:52:07] Parting thoughts.

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    #712: The Random Show — 2024 New Year’s Resolutions, Tim’s 30-Day No-Caffeine Experiment, Mental Health Breakthroughs, AI Upheaval, Dealmaking and Advising for Startups, The Next-Gen of Note-Taking, Digital Security Tips, and Much More

    #712: The Random Show — 2024 New Year’s Resolutions, Tim’s 30-Day No-Caffeine Experiment, Mental Health Breakthroughs, AI Upheaval, Dealmaking and Advising for Startups, The Next-Gen of Note-Taking, Digital Security Tips, and Much More

    Brought to you by Wealthfront high-yield savings account; AG1 all-in-one nutritional supplement; and Shopify global commerce platform, providing tools to start, grow, market, and manage a retail business.

    Technologist, serial entrepreneur, world-class investor, self-experimenter, and all-around wild and crazy guy Kevin Rose (@KevinRose) rejoins me for another episode of The Random Show!

    Please enjoy!

    P.S. Links to everything discussed: https://tim.blog/2023/12/27/the-random-show-2024-new-years-resolutions/

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    [04:57] Tequila disclosures and investment discourse.

    [10:42] Startup advisor considerations.

    [18:40] The hit rate of past New Year’s resolutions.

    [20:13] Henry Shukman’s new meditation app: The Way.

    [22:44] An overlooked advantage for the early investor.

    [24:15] Saucelessness and second brains.

    [27:41] Protecting your phone’s collage of schwanzes.

    [34:20] Privacy and liability concerns in an AI-guided world.

    [40:42] Minimalist delegation, foot faults, and surrender.

    [46:30] Quick, creative collaborations.

    [51:39] My post-holiday physical reboot.

    [59:02] Kevin’s physical reboot.

    [1:03:18] Taking a break from caffeine, alcohol, sex, and sweetness.

    [1:16:26] Cacao ceremonies and perilous tobacco cocktails.

    [1:22:18] Radical Acceptance and the origin of TimTim.

    [1:24:34] How NFTs drove Kevin to ketamine.

    [1:57:09] Kevin’s robot-enhanced Tyler Hobbs tattoo.

    [2:02:45] What kind of tattoo might I get, and why?

    [2:09:11] Advice for our former (and current) versions.

    [2:21:25] Ayahuasca agony alleviation and alternatives.

    [2:34:07] Gratitude and parting thoughts.

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    Der entscheidende Fehler beim Delegieren

    Der entscheidende Fehler beim Delegieren
    In dieser Episode sprechen wir darüber, wie du beim Delegieren den entscheidenden Fehler vermeiden kannst, der zu wiederkehrenden Problemen führt. Erfahre, wie du klare Erwartungen setzt und standardisierte Aufgabenbeschreibungen erstellst, um die Zusammenarbeit zu verbessern. ___ Deine Lösung: Authentische Wirkung! Innere Ruhe. Das Gefühl der Vollständigkeit. Sinn. Deep Impact. 100% DU! ___ Bock auf Challenge, die deine (Business-)Welt verändern wird? Okay: https://markus-coenen.de/deep-impact-academy/die-business-challenge/ ___ Erschaffe etwas, an das sich Menschen erinnern werden: ➡️ https://markus-coenen.de

    #532 Die 10 Geheimwaffen erfolgreicher Führungskräfte

    #532 Die 10 Geheimwaffen erfolgreicher Führungskräfte
    Das Delegieren von Aufgaben und Verantwortlichkeiten ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil effektiver Führung. Hier sind 10 Gründe, warum eine Führungskraft delegieren sollte: 1. Zeiteffizienz: Durch das Delegieren kann die Führungskraft mehr Zeit für strategische Planung und andere wichtige Führungsaufgaben gewinnen. Effizientere Ressourcennutzung: Die Führungskraft kann sich auf Aufgaben konzentrieren, die ihren besonderen Fähigkeiten und Kenntnissen am besten entsprechen. 2. Mitarbeiterentwicklung: Es ermöglicht den Mitarbeitern, neue Fähigkeiten zu erlernen und ihre bestehenden Kompetenzen zu erweitern. 3. Motivation und Zufriedenheit: Mitarbeiter fühlen sich wertgeschätzt und involviert, wenn ihnen Verantwortung übertragen wird. 4. Flexibilität: Mit mehreren Personen, die in der Lage sind, verschiedene Aufgaben zu übernehmen, kann das Team flexibler auf Veränderungen reagieren. 5. Bessere Entscheidungsfindung: Durch die Einbindung verschiedener Perspektiven und Erfahrungen können fundiertere Entscheidungen getroffen werden. 6. Risikoverteilung: Wenn mehrere Mitarbeiter in verschiedene Projekte involviert sind, verteilt sich das Risiko, das mit einzelnen Entscheidungen verbunden ist. 7. Nachfolgeplanung: Durch Delegieren werden potenzielle zukünftige Führungskräfte identifiziert und geschult. 8. Stärkung des Vertrauens: Indem Führungskräfte Aufgaben delegieren, zeigen sie, dass sie ihren Mitarbeitern vertrauen. 9. Reduzierung von Engpässen: Wenn zu viele Aufgaben bei einer Person liegen, kann dies zu Verzögerungen führen. Durch das Delegieren wird die Last verteilt. 10. Burnout-Prävention: Durch das Verteilen von Aufgaben kann eine Führungskraft Überarbeitung und Burnout vermeiden. ___ Perfektioniere Deine Führungsqualitäten! Mache den Unterschied. Nicht nur führen, sondern inspirieren. Leadership 2.0: Die Premium Masterclass für Leader! Mehr Infos unter: https://kurs.volz-personalberatung.de/leadership-2-0-die-premium-masterclass-fuer-leader ___ Du bist als Führungskraft auf der Suche nach neuen Mitarbeitern? Melde Dich gerne bei mir. Mein Team und ich unterstützen Dich professionell als Headhunter. regina.volz@volz-personalberatung.de Du willst Dich persönlich weiterentwickeln? Dann lass uns über ein Coaching sprechen. ___ LINKS 💎 Besuch mich auf meiner [Website](https://www.volz-personalberatung.de/) 💎 Online-Kurs: [DAS BEWERBUNGSGESPRÄCH.](https://kurs.volz-personalberatung.de/online-kurs-das-bewerbungsgespraech) 💎 Abonniere meinen [Newsletter](https://www.volz-personalberatung.de/unternehmen/newsletter) 💎 Folge mir auf [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/regina_volz/) 💎 Vernetze Dich mit mir auf [LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/in/regina-volz-recruiting-karriere-leadership-coaching-führung-professional/) 💎 Vernetze Dich mit mir auf [XING](https://www.xing.com/profile/Regina_Volz2/portfolio) 💎 Abonniere meinen Kanal auf [YouTube](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaAppluEUW2ezmHNAhgmz_Q/) 💎 Bewerte mich auf [ProvenExpert](https://www.provenexpert.com/volz-personalberatung/) ___ Möchtest Du auch als Affiliate den Online-Kurs “DAS BEWERBUNGSGESPRÄCH.” empfehlen? [Dann besuche den Marktplatz von DigiStore24.](https://www.digistore24.com/de/home/marketplace?search_vendor=reginavolz) ___ Ich freue mich sehr, wenn Dich diese Folge inspiriert. Schreibe mir sehr gern unter regina.volz@volz-personalberatung.de Dein Feedback oder Deine Wünsche für weitere Themen. ___ Viel Spaß mit dieser Folge! PS. Dieser Podcast enthält unbezahlte Werbung wegen Markennennung. ___ Meine Bitte an Dich: [Wenn Dir dieser Podcast gefallen hat, freue ich mich über Deine 5 Sterne Bewertung bei iTunes 😘](http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1456793132) Damit hilfst Du mir den Podcast stets zu verbessern und Dir die Inhalte zu liefern, die Dir wichtig sind.

    POEM - Product Ownership Evolution Model

    POEM - Product Ownership Evolution Model
    POEM steht für "Product Ownership Evolution Model" wurde 2017 von den beiden Produktwerkern Oliver Winter und Tim Klein erfunden und entwickelt. Es ist ein Modell, welches hilft mehr Product Ownership in einer Organisation zu etablieren. Es unterstützt dabei, die aktuell gelebte und zukünftig angestrebte Ausgestaltung der Product Ownership, vor allem im Sinne der Entscheidungsverantwortung, zu visualisieren, zu diskutieren und so gemeinsam weiterzuentwickeln. Auf diesen Ergebnissen aufbauend kann das Modell genutzt werden, um Verantwortlichkeiten für die Product Ownership zwischen den Rollen verbindlich(er) zu vereinbaren. Letztlich kann so auch ein möglicher Coaching-Bedarf der handelnden Personen/Rollen identifiziert werden, den Scrum Master und/oder Agile Coaches abdecken müssen. Oliver Winter und Tim Klein, die beiden Erfinder des Models, beleuchten in dieser Episode noch mal die Entstehungsgeschichte von POEM und welches Problem sie dazu führte, die Fragestellung von Entscheidungsverantwortung expliziter machen zu wollen. Die beiden erklären die Idee hinter dem Tool und erläutern Aufbau und Mechanik des Modells. Weiterhin beleuchten Sie seine Stärken und Schwächen und geben insbesondere Tipps und Hinweise, wie man POEM als Hilfsmittel in der Diskussion besonders effektiv einsetzen kann. So können insbesondere Scrum Master, Agile Coaches und Organisationsentwickler:innen - aber natürlich auch Product Owner - das Modell wirkungsvoll einsetzen. Download des POEM Templates inkl. Erklärungen zur Anwendung hier: produktwerker.de/poem/ In dieser Episode empfohlene Podcast Folgen: - Organisatorische Schulden beeinflussen deinen Erfolg als Product Owner - Welche Aufgaben gehören zur Product Owner Rolle? (POCC - Product Ownership Context Canvas) - Wie No-Code Tools Produktteams helfen können - Tim's Gastauftritt zu POEM und POCC im Podcast "Mein Scrum ist kaputt" (Folge 103) Auswahl von Videos zum Product Ownership Evolution Model - Aufzeichnung Produktwerker Live-Event: Product Ownership mit POEM klären (https://youtu.be/HlSaFp4PNJ0) - Talk beim Telekom Agilista Barcamp 2020: "POEM - Product Ownership Evolution Model" (youtu.be/zBQcqkejAAU) - Tools4AgileTeams 2017: "POEM – Product Owner Evolution Model" (youtube.com/watch?v=dpjSNsClayw) Bücher, in denen POEM empfohlen wird: - Frank Düsterbeck, Ina Einemann: Product Ownership meistern - Sabina Lammert et al.: Das große Handbuch Digitale Transformation: 222 Methoden und Instrumente für mehr Wandlungsfähigkeit im Unternehmen Wie sind deine Erfahrungen mit Product Ownership? Wie macht ihr die Verteilung von Entscheidungsverantwortung explizit? Habt ihr dabei vielleicht sogar schon einmal POEM (Product Ownership Evolution Model) genutzt? Welche Erfahrungen habt ihr dabei gemacht? Hat sich durch den Einsatz etwas an der Diskussion des Themas verändert? Wir freuen uns, wenn du deine Erfahrungen aus der Praxis mit uns in einem Kommentar des Blog-Artikels teilst oder auf unserer Produktwerker LinkedIn-Seite. **Folgt uns Produktwerker auf** - LinkedIn -> https://bit.ly/3gWanpT - Twitter -> https://bit.ly/3NitkPy - Youtube -> https://bit.ly/3DIIvhF - Infoletter (u.a. mit Hinweisen auf Konferenzen, Empfehlungen, Terminen für unsere kostenfreien Events usw.) -> https://bit.ly/3Why63K

    The Four Levels of Delegation

    The Four Levels of Delegation

    In this episode, Pete Mohr dives deep into the art of delegation, a skill that can make or break your business. Think of your business like an airplane. You can be the pilot, co-pilot, or even put it on autopilot. The key is knowing when to switch roles. Pete shares his own experiences as a shoe store owner to illustrate how delegation evolves as your business grows. If you're stuck doing everything and want to move from detail to dashboard, this episode is your roadmap.

    Here are a few things Pete covers:

    • The Four Levels of Delegation: Pilot, Co-Pilot, Auto-Pilot, and Handoff
    • The importance of clear processes and communication
    • The 80/20 rule in delegation
    • How to instill confidence and accountability in your team
    • The ultimate goal: Handing over the controls

    It’s time to take action:

    Stop micromanaging and start empowering your team. Your first step towards freedom is to evaluate where you are on the delegation journey. Are you the pilot, co-pilot, or are you ready for autopilot? Once you know, you can start to make the shift. Book a free appointment with Pete at speaktopete.com to get personalized guidance.


    Are you looking to make some changes in your business and your life in 2024?  Head over to speaktopete.com and book a chat with me to see if we're the right fit!

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    #694: Sam Corcos, Co-Founder of Levels — The Ultimate Guide to Virtual Assistants, 10x Delegation, and Winning Freedom by Letting Go (Plus: Creating Leverage with Tools, Systems, and Processes)

    #694: Sam Corcos, Co-Founder of Levels — The Ultimate Guide to Virtual Assistants, 10x Delegation, and Winning Freedom by Letting Go (Plus: Creating Leverage with Tools, Systems, and Processes)

    Brought to you by Sundays for Dogs ultra-high-quality dog food, AG1 all-in-one nutritional supplement, and Shopify global commerce platform, providing tools to start, grow, market, and manage a retail business.

    Sam Corcos (@samcorcos) is the CEO and Co-founder of Levels, an a16z-backed startup that shows you how food affects your health using continuous glucose monitors and other biosensors.

    Please enjoy!

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    Get 35% off your first order of Sundays for Dogs by going to SundaysForDogs.com/TIM or by using code TIM at checkout. Upgrade your pup to Sundays for Dogs and feel great about the food you feed your best friend.

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    This episode is also brought to you by AG1! I get asked all the time, “If you could use only one supplement, what would it be?” My answer is usually AG1, my all-in-one nutritional insurance. I recommended it in The 4-Hour Body in 2010 and did not get paid to do so. I do my best with nutrient-dense meals, of course, but AG1 further covers my bases with vitamins, minerals, and whole-food-sourced micronutrients that support gut health and the immune system. 

    Right now, you’ll get a 1-year supply of Vitamin D free with your first subscription purchase—a vital nutrient for a strong immune system and strong bones. Visit DrinkAG1.com/Tim to claim this special offer today and receive your 1-year supply of Vitamin D (and 5 free AG1 travel packs) with your first subscription purchase! That’s up to a one-year supply of Vitamin D as added value when you try their delicious and comprehensive daily, foundational nutrition supplement that supports whole-body health.

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    This episode is also brought to you by ShopifyShopify is one of my favorite platforms and one of my favorite companies. Shopify is designed for anyone to sell anywhere, giving entrepreneurs the resources once reserved for big business. In no time flat, you can have a great-looking online store that brings your ideas to life, and you can have the tools to manage your day-to-day and drive sales. No coding or design experience required.

    Go to shopify.com/Tim to sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period. It’s a great deal for a great service, so I encourage you to check it out. Take your business to the next level today by visiting shopify.com/Tim.

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    [05:08] Delegation implementation and common mistakes.

    [11:07] Recommended reading for delegators, delegatees, and all humans.

    [13:26] Building a company culture that treats people like adults.

    [15:01] Tools for performance and communication accountability.

    [20:39] Why Sam considers Loom the “most important” tool in the kit.

    [24:18] Friday Forum.

    [27:17] Acclimating the recording-averse to Loom.

    [30:40] Organizing Loom recordings for later search and use.

    [36:35] Common challenges of sourcing and properly utilizing EAs/chiefs of staff.

    [43:19] Novelty-seeking and board games.

    [44:35] Vetting, pairing, and onboarding EAs and chiefs of staff.

    [48:38] News and social media sobriety.

    [55:20] Why does new employee onboarding take a month at Levels?

    [1:00:59] What most delegators wish they’d known as newbs.

    [1:04:57] Loom security and privacy concerns.

    [1:08:10] From to-do list to calendar.

    [1:13:17] How Sam skips the to-do list entirely.

    [1:16:49] General schedule and repeating items.

    [1:18:22] Scheduling stress reduction.

    [1:21:59] Selecting books and hosting themed salon dinners.

    [1:37:03] Calendly and related social hurdles.

    [1:38:42] Using email proactively.

    [1:41:23] The underrated power of hotkeys and shortcuts.

    [1:44:42] Scheduling spontaneity.

    [1:48:23] Calendar course correction.

    [1:49:59] How Sam utilizes multiple EAs.

    [1:51:58] Improvement growth for intermediate delegators.

    [1:58:56] The Working with Sam user manual.

    [2:04:20] Memo culture over meeting culture.

    [2:11:55] Fighting organizational entropy.

    [2:14:12] Raised secularly, what does Sam get out of theology?

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    [2:26:35] Network theory and relationship management.

    [2:39:33] The investor-swaying juice cart moment.

    [2:41:22] Metabolic health and the Levels mission.

    [2:45:29] Who is Levels hiring right now?

    [2:46:37] Physical over philosophical minimalism.

    [2:51:37] Why Sam has a travel-sized copy of the US Constitution.

    [2:55:21] Parting thoughts.

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    #33 Die Kunst des Delegierens und Führens: Warum Authentisches Lob Gold Wert ist

    #33 Die Kunst des Delegierens und Führens: Warum Authentisches Lob Gold Wert ist
    In dieser Episode tauchen wir tief in die Welt der Führung und Delegation ein. Wir sprechen über die Fallstricke der Rückdelegation, die Bedeutung von authentischem Lob und warum ein gutes Team mehr ist als die Summe seiner Teile. Egal, ob du ein erfahrener Manager oder ein Neuling in der Führungsrolle bist, diese Episode bietet dir wertvolle Einblicke und praktische Tipps, die du sofort umsetzen kannst.

    Episode 168 | Get out of your own way and delegate - Here's how

    Episode 168 | Get out of your own way and delegate - Here's how

    Time to dive into another enlightening episode with the one and only Gemma. Brace yourselves for a journey into the world of delegation—yes, that magic wand that can boost productivity and spur growth! Gemma's pulling back the curtain on her own experiences and expert insights to guide us through this transformative terrain.

    Gemma is…

    -Unwrapping the invaluable practice of carving out dedicated training time for your team
    -Gives us the scoop on strategically prioritizing tasks for delegation
    -And show us how to unblock those workflow hiccups to create a more seamless workflow with our team

    With real-world stories and personal anecdotes, Gemma is right beside you, sharing those "aha" moments that kickstarted her own delegation journey.

    So, if you're ready to boost your team's prowess, supercharge your productivity, and dive headfirst into the world of delegation, hit that play button.

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    Syed Balkhi: How He Went From $0 To +$100M Before Age 30

    Syed Balkhi: How He Went From $0 To +$100M Before Age 30
    Episode 486: Shaan Puri (https://twitter.com/ShaanVP) and Sam Parr (https://twitter.com/theSamParr) talk with Syed Balkhi (https://twitter.com/syedbalkhi) about moving from Pakistan with no money to building a 9-figure WordPress empire before he turned 30. Learn why he turned down a $70M offer, why he bought a gas station as a baby shower gift, the difference between recurring revenue vs. re-occurring revenue, and much more. Want to see more MFM? Subscribe to the MFM YouTube channel here. — Check Out Shaan's Stuff: • Try Shepherd Out - https://www.supportshepherd.com/ • Shaan's Personal Assistant System - http://shaanpuri.com/remoteassistant • Power Writing Course - https://maven.com/generalist/writing • Small Boy Newsletter - https://smallboy.co/ • Daily Newsletter - https://www.shaanpuri.com/ Check Out Sam's Stuff: • Hampton - https://www.joinhampton.com/ • Ideation Bootcamp - https://www.ideationbootcamp.co/ • Copy That - https://copythat.com/ — Show Notes: (0:00) Intro (7:00) Starts first business at 13 (12:00) Starts WPBeginner at 16 (17:00) Syed’s 1st million at 21 (22:05) Buying gas stations (28:20) Recurring revenue vs. Re-occurring revenue (31:00) Heads I win, tails I don't lose (much) (34:20) Mismanaged gems (44:00) Business Idea #1: Content Agency (46:00) Going from creator/operator to capital allocator (51:30) Straight cash, homie (55:30) Idea #2: AI Wrappers (57:00) Idea #3: Freedom of Information Act Arbitrage (1:00:50) Net worth breakdown (1:03:15) Learning how to spend money (1:06:40) Thoughts on buy vs. build (1:09:00) Closing thoughts — Links: • Syed’s Company Site - https://awesomemotive.com/ • Syed’s Net Worth Article - https://syedbalkhi.com/what-is-syed-balkhi-net-worth/ • Clay - https://clay.com  • Do you love MFM and want to see Sam and Shaan's smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. — Past guests on My First Million include Rob Dyrdek, Hasan Minhaj, Balaji Srinivasan, Jake Paul, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Gary Vee, Lance Armstrong, Sophia Amoruso, Ariel Helwani, Ramit Sethi, Stanley Druckenmiller, Peter Diamandis, Dharmesh Shah, Brian Halligan, Marc Lore, Jason Calacanis, Andrew Wilkinson, Julian Shapiro, Kat Cole, Codie Sanchez, Nader Al-Naji, Steph Smith, Trung Phan, Nick Huber, Anthony Pompliano, Ben Askren, Ramon Van Meer, Brianne Kimmel, Andrew Gazdecki, Scott Belsky, Moiz Ali, Dan Held, Elaine Zelby, Michael Saylor, Ryan Begelman, Jack Butcher, Reed Duchscher, Tai Lopez, Harley Finkelstein, Alexa von Tobel, Noah Kagan, Nick Bare, Greg Isenberg, James Altucher, Randy Hetrick and more. — Other episodes you might enjoy: • #224 Rob Dyrdek - How Tracking Every Second of His Life Took Rob Drydek from 0 to $405M in Exits • #209 Gary Vaynerchuk - Why NFTS Are the Future • #178 Balaji Srinivasan - Balaji on How to Fix the Media, Cloud Cities & Crypto • #169 - How One Man Started 5, Billion Dollar Companies, Dan Gilbert's Empire, & Talking With Warren Buffett • ​​​​#218 - Why You Should Take a Think Week Like Bill Gates • Dave Portnoy vs The World, Extreme Body Monitoring, The Future of Apparel Retail, "How Much is Anthony Pompliano Worth?", and More • How Mr Beast Got 100M Views in Less Than 4 Days, The $25M Chrome Extension, and More

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    3 Unconventional Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read
    Episode 478: Sam Parr (https://twitter.com/theSamParr) shares 3 non-obvious books that have helped him become a better entrepreneur and the major takeaways from each that anyone can implement today. Want to see more MFM? Subscribe to the MFM YouTube channel here. Check Out Shaan's Stuff: • Try Shepherd • Shaan's Personal Assistant System • Power Writing Course • Daily Newsletter • Small Boy Newsletter Check Out Sam's Stuff: • Hampton • Ideation Bootcamp • Copy That ----- Show Notes: (00:00) Intro (1:30) Book #1 - Undaunted Courage by Stephen E. Ambrose (8:30) Book #2 - The Operator by Robert O'Neill (12:05) Book #3 - Titan by Ron Chernow ------ Links: • Undaunted Courage - https://shorturl.at/hBO24 • The Operator - https://shorturl.at/noB14 • Titan - https://shorturl.at/fltCS Do you love MFM and want to see Sam and Shaan's smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. ------ Past guests on My First Million include Rob Dyrdek, Hasan Minhaj, Balaji Srinivasan, Jake Paul, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Gary Vee, Lance Armstrong, Sophia Amoruso, Ariel Helwani, Ramit Sethi, Stanley Druckenmiller, Peter Diamandis, Dharmesh Shah, Brian Halligan, Marc Lore, Jason Calacanis, Andrew Wilkinson, Julian Shapiro, Kat Cole, Codie Sanchez, Nader Al-Naji, Steph Smith, Trung Phan, Nick Huber, Anthony Pompliano, Ben Askren, Ramon Van Meer, Brianne Kimmel, Andrew Gazdecki, Scott Belsky, Moiz Ali, Dan Held, Elaine Zelby, Michael Saylor, Ryan Begelman, Jack Butcher, Reed Duchscher, Tai Lopez, Harley Finkelstein, Alexa von Tobel, Noah Kagan, Nick Bare, Greg Isenberg, James Altucher, Randy Hetrick and more. ----- Additional episodes you might enjoy: • #224 Rob Dyrdek - How Tracking Every Second of His Life Took Rob Drydek from 0 to $405M in Exits • #209 Gary Vaynerchuk - Why NFTS Are the Future • #178 Balaji Srinivasan - Balaji on How to Fix the Media, Cloud Cities & Crypto • #169 - How One Man Started 5, Billion Dollar Companies, Dan Gilbert's Empire, & Talking With Warren Buffett • ​​​​#218 - Why You Should Take a Think Week Like Bill Gates • Dave Portnoy vs The World, Extreme Body Monitoring, The Future of Apparel Retail, "How Much is Anthony Pompliano Worth?", and More • How Mr Beast Got 100M Views in Less Than 4 Days, The $25M Chrome Extension, and More

    The Right and Wrong Way to Delegate with Ashley Carlson

    The Right and Wrong Way to Delegate with Ashley Carlson

    Thank you for joining me on this next episode of the School For Small Business podcast! Today let’s welcome Ashley Carlson! She’s here to help us get the clarity we need to transform our business, save ourselves from burn out and maximize our hours. 

    Ashley runs a VA Agency called Elevate where she uses her experience in the travel industry, corporate sales and as a 3rd generation entrepreneur to save business owners from burn out.  With the ability to look through both lenses, Ashley knows what business owners are looking for in operational support and how both parties can be set up for success. Being a business owner can be stressful and delegating can feel scary, but Ashley has built a company that successfully solves that problem! In under two years, Elevate has become one of the most highly sought-after Operations Support teams, having provided support to over 50 clients & their businesses.

    We started our businesses because we have tactical skills to contribute in our industry, but let’s take a timeout today to get business development help. We need to think of our business like a business owner.. 


    Topics we discuss:

    • 7:47 - Where did this idea come from that you can do it all? Leaders in big businesses don’t do it all. In fact those who delegate, make it further and start seeing profit faster.
    • 12:55 - Delegate the tasks that don’t need to be done by you. This allows you to spend more time on the things that bring in money, like networking events and client calls. Make space for financial growth for your business. We love to think about delegation in terms of the return on your investment. What is the best use of your time?
    • 18:38 - Marketing is nothing more than sharing how you can help. Thinking about it this way takes the pressure off of sales. We just want to help.
    • 20:09 - Delegation doesn’t just take tasks off your plate, it takes them off your mind. But, in order for this to really work, you need to completely pass ownership off to someone else. 

    Thanks for listening! Is there a topic you feel not enough people are talking about in the small business scope or one I haven’t discussed? Send me a DM at @staci.millard because I would love to know and possibly cover it in a future episode! Let’s keep this conversation going!

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    12 | Delegieren: Was sind wirklich deine Aufgaben als Führungskraft und was solltest du lieber abgeben?

    12 | Delegieren: Was sind wirklich deine Aufgaben als Führungskraft und was solltest du lieber abgeben?
    Diese Folge ist ein absolutes Muss für alle Unternehmer und Unternehmerinnen: Wir beschäftigen uns mit der Frage, welche Aufgaben ein Unternehmer oder eine Unternehmerin mit Priorität erledigen sollte. Welche Aufgaben sollten unbedingt selbst übernommen werden und welche können besser an die Mitarbeiter delegiert werden? In dieser Folge stellen wir das Drei-Rollen-Modell der Fachkraft, des Managers und des Unternehmers vor, das vom amerikanischen Autor Michael Gerber entwickelt wurde. Trotz seines Alters ist dieses Modell immer noch äußerst relevant. Viele Unternehmer wissen zwar, welche Aufgaben sie haben, aber im Alltag kommen diese oft zu kurz. Warum ist das so? Auch mit dieser Frage befassen wir uns in dieser Folge. Viel Spaß beim Zuhören!

    🎙#EinBlick – nachgefragt Dr. Volker Eissing: Können Physician Assistants die Versorgung im ländlichen Raum verbessern?

    🎙#EinBlick – nachgefragt Dr. Volker Eissing: Können Physician Assistants die Versorgung im ländlichen Raum verbessern?
    EinBlick – nachgefragt Podcast mit Interviews und Diskussionsrunden mit Expert:innen des Gesundheitswesens Wie kann die Versorgung im ländlichen Raum mit Physician Assistants verbessert werden? Fachjournalist und EinBlick-Redakteur Christoph Nitz sprach mit Dr. Volker Eissing, vom MVZ Birkenallee GmbH in Papenburg. Eissing ist Initiator des berufsbegleitenden Bachelorstudiums ›Physician Assistance‹ an der Hochschule Anhalt. Anastasia Weizel und Michael Sonntag-Groen sind Studierende in diesem Studiengang

    🎙#EinBlick – nachgefragt Dr. Volker Eissing: Können Physician Assistants die Versorgung im ländlichen Raum verbessern?

    🎙#EinBlick – nachgefragt Dr. Volker Eissing: Können Physician Assistants die Versorgung im ländlichen Raum verbessern?
    EinBlick – nachgefragt Podcast mit Interviews und Diskussionsrunden mit Expert:innen des Gesundheitswesens Wie kann die Versorgung im ländlichen Raum mit Physician Assistants verbessert werden? Fachjournalist und EinBlick-Redakteur Christoph Nitz sprach mit Dr. Volker Eissing, vom MVZ Birkenallee GmbH in Papenburg. Eissing ist Initiator des berufsbegleitenden Bachelorstudiums ›Physician Assistance‹ an der Hochschule Anhalt. Anastasia Weizel und Michael Sonntag-Groen sind Studierende in diesem Studiengang. Der Schwerpunkt des siebensemestrigen Studiums liegt auf einer starken praxisorientierten Ausbildung in der hausärztlich-ambulante Medizin kombiniert mit der Vermittlung eines fundiertes Theoriewissen. So soll das Ziel – die Entlastung der Ärztinnen und Ärzte durch fachliche Kompetenz – erreicht werden. Absolventinnen und Absolventen erreichen nach dem Studium die fachliche Kompetenz, in Delegation ärztliche Tätigkeiten auszuführen und decken damit die Bedürfnisse der Krankenversorgung in Anhalt und im Emsland.

    Delegation ärztlicher Tätigkeiten – wann MFAs übernehmen dürfen

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    Neue Daten des Zentralinstituts für die kassenärztliche Versorgung zeigen: Die Zahl der nicht ärztlichen Praxisassistent:innen (NäPA) steigt in den Niederlassungen. Dr. Laura Weisenburger, Ärztin und wissenschaftliche Redakteurin bei der Apotheken Umschau, schaut darauf, was bei der Delegation ärztlicher Tätigkeiten zu beachten ist.

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    Er ist Mister Klimakonferenz und war bisher bei jeder der 27 internationalen Konferenzen mit dabei - Helmut Hojesky, Leiter der Abteilung Allgemeine Klimapolitik im Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz. Für Helmut Hojesky war es nämlich, nach 27 Konferenzen, die letzte Teilnahme. Seinen Nacherfolger:innen will er mitgeben, den Optimismus nicht zu verlieren. In der aktuellen Folge des Klimadialogs gibt er einen Einblick in den Ablauf von internationalen Klimakonferenz. Wie kommen die Staaten zu Entscheidungen? Wie lief die letzte Konferenz in Scharm el Scheich ab? Und – was erwartet sich er von der Zukunft?