Dec 30, 2015
"A man who dares to waste one hour of life, has not discovered the value of it. "--Benjamin Franklin
Time is our most valuable asset we own, yet we sell it on the cheap, give it away too freely, and waste it, forgetting that we can't make more. What are we doing?!? On this episode, we encourage ourselves, and our listeners to take back their time and protect it like you would the Hope Diamond.
"Wasting time is robbing oneself."--Estonian proverb
You have to be selfish, and protective of your time in order to lead a meaningful, successful, and creative life. And for gosh sakes, don't sell it by the hour. Be equally respectful of other peoples' time as well. The quickest way to lose respect and influence is to waste someone else's time.
Accomplish shit! No one will remember you because you were first in line at Star Wars, or watched The Walking Dead.
Get inspired by this remarkable woman running six companies with one employee (herself) from a tiny apartment in New York City.
Dec 24, 2015
"If you are going through hell, keep going."--Winston Churchill
Danny is back! Comedian and entrepreneur, Danny K. Charnley, joins us this week to discuss how visualization and perseverance combined, can help us conquer the obstacles we encounter on the path to our goals. We are getting our dopamine flowing in this fun episode of The JellyVision Show Podcast.
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Dec 17, 2015
"The value of an idea lies in the using of it." --Thomas Edison
Our topic this week is inspired by a struggle one of our talented, creative listeners is going through with a current project. He shared that he is having a hard time moving forward on an idea because he isn't sure if he should do it all himself, collaborate with a partner, or spend money on outsourcing the pieces of the project that aren't in his skill set. Ahhh..this problem sounds familiar! What is the right move? Is it worse to do nothing until you are 100% sure of the correct choice, or do you make a decision in the interest of getting the project done, and learn from your mistakes along the way? You probably know our answer.
The worst decision is no decision. Go forward regardless of your fear because your creative genius needs to get out in the world. You can make it a better place!
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Dec 8, 2015
"Some people are so poor, all they have is money."--Unknown
We intended to talk about something else this week, but we got sidetracked when Tim confessed his current financial situation. We get into how money stress can dampen our creativity and intimidate us into making bad decisions. Find out how Jelly paid off her $20,000 debt in less than a year using the method below.
Our relationship with money is really twisted, and it really shouldn't be. Lets straighten it out!
We also discover how rich we really are, and it has everything to do with the things money can't buy.
The 10% Debt Recovery Plan:
Look at all your credit cards and determine the one with the highest interest rate. Pay 10% of the balance on that card, and the minimum payment on all the others.
When that card is paid in full, roll that card's payment amount into the payment of the card with the next highest interest rate. In other words, add it to the minimum payment you are already making.
When that card is paid off roll that entire payment into the next highest interest card, and keep doing that until all your cards are paid off. Ta-Dah!
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