This bonus episode goes hard in the paint. We go deep today talking about different strategies and ideas for:
how to save more of your money
making more money from home in your spare time
These tips and strategies are:
Work from home
Do It Yourself
Buying In Bulk
Advantage of Youth
Benefit Driven Jobs/Gigs
Store Brand Name Items vs Big Brand Shopping
Ask For It Challenge
Money Making Tips:
Influencer Hunting Mission
Secret Shopper - Mystery Shopper
Amazon Mechanical Turk
For the next few weeks I will be combining 4 episodes into one weekly roundup episode.
Monday: Mindset/Motivational (5-10 minutes)
Tuesday: Finance & Business Terms You Need To Know (5-10 minutes)
Thursday: Book Review (15-30 min)
Friday: Business & Money Lessons Learned from Sports (10 minutes)
I need your feedback.
Those were the originally scheduled days. It's going to work better for my schedule for a while to do a weekly digest instead of posting an episode every day.
OR I can continue to do to the shorter episodes each day.
Which would you prefer?
Friday's episode this week we dive into the importance of learning a schedule and being accountable.
Be sure to go back to a couple of our past guests that dived deeper into this subject:
Lauren Schwab from episode 006
Ryan Fuller from episode 008
Then we go into Tuesday's topic. Today I explain what assets and liabilities are, and what makes them different. How important they are and how they will effect your bank account.
Monday's Mindset episode is combined with the book review part of the episode.
We finish part 2 of 4 from How To Win Friends & Influence People.
Language is one of the most powerful things in our world today. It has the power to motivate. Language can educate people on any topic and becoming educated on money is what this show is about.
From our last episode with Mark England, we got an introduction to just how powerful our words and language is in our lives. Too often in life we use slang and start to use multiple words to convey one message even though each word technically has its own definition although they may be similar.
Getting too comfortable with slang can be costly and we can miss out on opportunities because we sound too naive or don't have enough information to know the difference between words or phrases. You could tell someone something thinking it has one meaning and all of a sudden they're pissed off because they use the technical definition and it has a different meaning.
One example is this. I'm a strength and conditioning coach, personal trainer. I've had some clients tell me they want to tone up and get long lean muscles. I understand what it is that they're trying to say but they're not using the words as they're literally meant. "Tone" refers to muscle tone and tension and doesn't really have to do with "being shredded" like most people would mean. You also can't make your muscles any longer than they already are. This is an example of advertisements from magazines and the media. So I would be slightly annoyed when people talked like this but it is a matter of educating people to know the difference.
There are many examples like this, the "popular or masses" definition and the technical/literal definition.
Each week on Tuesday's from here on out I will do 5-10 minute episodes breaking down a few different words or phrases that are important to money and finance.
Their textbook definition as well as examples of them in the real world.
Today's example is the different between credit score & credit report. These examples were brought to you from Ramit Sethi and his best selling book "I Will Teach You To Be Rich"
You can check out his book from the link here.
Mark England has been studying methods and techniques for personal empowerment for the last decade. He has a Masters degree in international education, is an NLP Master Practitioner, has had a full-time private language practice for the last eight years, and is the Founder and CEO of Empowered Language Systems. In his spare time Mark likes to travel, dance, practice martial arts, and have fun.
He has his own Tedx Talk which is a very powerful watch, you can check it out here.
In this episode we break down how the words we use both out loud and in our heads changes our lives. How our bank accounts are effected by language. Our personal relationships are effected. How well or poorly we play can be determined by the words we use. It all matters.
Stay tuned until the end to learn how to get signed up for the giveaway of Mark's flagship program, Procabulary. You can learn more about his course here.
In the past decade Pat has built over a dozen businesses as a CEO and Co-Owner, with five becoming million dollar or multi-million dollar ventures. Two of those businesses, Athletic Revolution and Fitness Revolution, have been multiple time winners on the Entrepreneur Franchise 500 with each being the #1 franchise for it’s respective market.
He's a thought leader and sought out expert in business, fitness, finance and beyond.
That one word can change your life, if you stick with it. Being grateful for all the things in your life. The money you have. The car you drive. The friends you have. Family. Health.
The opposite of gratitude is scarcity. Fear. Being limited. Not having enough. FOMO = Fear of Missing Out
Money is attracted to those who are grateful and appreciative of what they have. So should you.
Your objective from this episode is for the next 7 days, write down in Evernote (or your preferred notes app) 5 different things you're grateful for every morning.
They must be different from each day. No day can have the same 2 things written down. Challenge yourself to find new things to be grateful for, big or small.
Ryan Stewman is a world renowned sales & marketing expert who commands 6 figure consulting deals from people who want the kind of success he's had in business and in life. He runs multiple 6, 7, & 8 figure businesses from sales, marketing, consulting, technology, coaching and more.
He's a king among his nation and that force is continuing to grow and rise with him. You may not have heard of him if you aren't following influencers in that space and that's okay. He's not concerned about you either.
He's concerned about one thing.
The Force of Average It is real and it is coming for us all. This sales and marketing expert is sharing the secret to ensuring our success in sports, in business and in life. Nobody else wants to talk about it so Ryan will. He shares his harsh upbringing and how that has made him into the fearless man that he is today.
We also finish off with some strategies on sales and marketing jobs that can make you some solid money. Be sure to follow Ryan here:
Ryan Stewman on Amazon
In today's Millionaire Mindset Monday episode, we talk about knowing an important distinction in how rich people think and how poor people think. We must know the difference between:
Costs vs Investments
Too many people look at things in their lives as expenses and costs.
"How much is that going to cost me?"
"What do you charge for ....?"
"Is this going to be expensive?"
This is how poor people think. Cost. Expense. They're scared and worried about losing their money. That they will make a "bad deal". When they look at the menu at a restaurant, before they check what kind of food they want to eat, they look at how much it costs. Which one is more expensive than the other.
It could be food, gas, housing, bills, fees, insurance, etc. Doesn't matter what it is, most poor people continually ask themselves how much is this going to cost me.
Rich people think in a different capacity.
"What will my return be on this investment?"
"How much do I need to invest to be apart of this group?"
"Will this yield a positive or negative return on my money/time/energy/etc?"
Rich people look at these same matters and ask themselves the flip side. They're looking for a return on their money. What's the plus side of spending that little bit extra?
Is it a smart decision for me to spend my time here?
What can I gain by getting involved in this company?
Start today by flipping the two words and see how that can change your perspective on what you're doing regularly.
Our guest today is Mr. Ben Brewster of Tread Athletics. Ben's story is a very special one. He took himself from a being a skinny lefty pitcher barely breaking 80 mph to throwing 95 mph & getting drafted by the Chicago White Sox. What makes this story so special is how Ben did all the research and education to do this on his own. Trial and error.
He created a very popular blog in the pitching world that helped propel him to the success he's having today. Now he runs the most successful pitcher training program in all of baseball, training hundreds of pitchers across the country. Not only did he build this business from scratch but he did it all while he was training and playing professional baseball.
Ben tells us how he did it and more. We talk about how we can find the time in our schedule to do this as well as how to recruit yourself and get to the dream school that you want to play for.
So much more going on in this episode you won't want to miss.
You can check out Ben and his programs here:
Get your money mind right with today's episode. There's so many ways we sabotage ourselves and most of the time, it starts with our thoughts which then turns into our language and creates our environment.
Ever heard somebody say:
"Money is the root of all evil."
"Rich people are greedy."
How we talk about our money or somebody else's money, life, we start to create negative patterns and repel money from us. Our beliefs are strong opinions and they're how we view things. The glasses of our lives.
First we must change the internal (thoughts) and external (words) language that we have with ourselves and with others.
Secondly is we must find new beliefs that support the life and results we want. Changing the words we use is a big piece of that.
We build these beliefs up by having the confidence in that area and seeing those results slowly start to roll in. It's about about acquiring new skills, forming new relationships, reading more books, etc.
That's how we start to build new confidence levels and belief levels.
This is the official first edition of book review Thursday's. Today's episode is about How To Win Friends & Influence People. An all-time classic book that everybody needs to get on, which is why we're reviewing it today.
This book is about 250 pages long. Not an entirely long book but it's very dense with important knowledge that I decided to break this up into 4 parts because that's how the book is broken up. There's so much going on and it's all so important to our daily lives that I didn't want to gloss over or make light of certain topics or not even cover other topics just for the sake of time.
If you're listening to this and reading this, you're likely the kind of person who not only values their time, also values good knowledge and would take a longer time to go through things if it had value. Which we do here at The Money Minded Athlete.
Each chapter has 1 main principle. Learn and practice each principle throughout the week.
Part 1: Fundamental Techniques in Handling People
Chapter 1: "If you want to gather honey, don't kick over the beehive."
Principle 1: "Don't criticize, condemn or complain."
Chapter 2: The Big Secret of Dealing with People
Principle 2: Give Honest & Sincere Appreciation
Chapter 3: "He who can do this has the whole world with him. He who cannot walks a lonely way."
This book is a must have for every athlete. You can check it out here on Amazon. Whether you want the physical book like me or prefer the audio or ebook version. Either way, it's a must read.
Welcome back to the Money Minded Athlete show. Glad you're here today because this is going to be one of the most action packed episodes yet.
Today's guest has a very strong marketing background and that's what we're diving into. Where to start with marketing and why is it so important for an athlete to learn about this.
You'll learn how your bank account is effected by marketing and how to increase it by increasing your marketing skills and know how.
You'll learn about the different types of marketing as well as the foundational pieces of it for every business. You're going to see how marketing effects us all and we hardly even know it.
One of the most important marketing strategies you will learn has nothing to do with business and everything to do with us as an individual and how much we care.
So much knowledge today. Here's the link to the resources we mentioned in the show:
Dan Kennedy - https://www.amazon.com/Magnetic-Marketing-Attract-Flood-Customers/dp/1946633747
Frank Kern - Direct Response, Copywriting, Advertising, Branding Expert https://frankkern.com/
Your feedback is what helps set this show apart and get more listeners. If you haven't already, my only request of you is to go to iTunes and leave an honest review. Your feedback, your reviews, and telling your friends about this podcast will help this show to grow. I need your help to make it successful.
This week's guest is surrounding himself with rich and successful business owners from all walks of life. And do you know what that can do for your life?
Totally revamp it.
Drewbie Wilson is a leader in the sales world and is quietly yet rapidly growing his most important asset. His network which he knows to = your net worth.
Drewbie's nature and demeanor aren't that of the usual athlete. Don't this man fool you. He's a weapon when he's hungry. The first time I saw this man he was bending steel rods & ripping phone books in half with his bare hands.
We talk his story of humble beginnings to the success he has now being the right hand to a mogul in the sales & business world. Not some social media fly by night influencer. A proven character in his craft and connecter of the greatest and richest minds in the professional world today. Ryan Stewman is that mogul and Drewbie is learning from these connections and experiences.
He shares his stories of triumph and dark lows. He also shares some sales insights that will instantly bring in more revenue. On top of that he shares some creative ways that young athlete's can make good money working part-time from anywhere in the world and you can do it at your own schedule.
Be sure to check out all the resources that Drewbie & I talked about:
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Life is a great big circle and one we're grateful to be blessed with. It's also something easily taken for granted. It's time that we started taking ownership of our own lives in all areas.
PullinMyOwn weight is what this life is all about.
As we go from high school to the "real world" we must continue to evolve and mature. Responsibility isn't something we can outrun and neither is educating yourself about your finances.
Now is always a great time to take control of your life and to learn to have your own voice.
If you don't take care of yourself, nobody else will do it for you.
Go ahead and leave a review on iTunes so this show can continue to grow. Your help is what I need to share this message with more athlete's.
Books are an instrumental part in mankind. They've told stories and educated us since the first book was written many, many years ago. One of the best books of all time is where we start:
"How To Win Friends & Influence People" - Dale Carnegie
The Only Book You Need To Lead You To Success
Everything we do in life really revolves around our interactions with other human beings. We trade money for products or services. We trade time and resources to get what we want. Human psychology is one of the most powerful things in this world and this book gives great personal insights into human nature.
In this episode, we breakdown the principles that are taught in this book that will help you read every other book and also to lead you down a successful path in both your personal and professional lives.
We will be splitting up this book into 4 parts starting next week. It's such a foundational book that not only do I need to reread it but it's one that I believe everybody can benefit from reading.
Here's my challenge to you athlete's:
Monday - Friday:
Read 5 pages per day of a non-fiction, personal development, sales, business, finance, etc book.
Something that is going to give you actionable and knowledgeable information.
5 pages isn't a lot and it's just during the week. I challenge you further to do it before you leave for school or practice in the morning.
That's all I have for you this episode. If you would be so kind as to leave a review, that's the best way you can give back. Go to iTunes and leave a 5 star review or whatever star you deem this podcast fit.
Ever heard somebody say "You're too young to be working."
Or "I'm too young to be rich."
Or "I'm too old to be using technology."
People use age (young and old) as a crutch on a regular basis. Some know it and just accept it. Others truly believe that they're too young or too old to do certain things. Most of the time, it's simply not true. Outside of physical limitations, most of the things this podcast is geared towards educating you on is more than possible for any age to take action on.
Maybe you're a freshman who was told that you have to earn your dues and that seniors come first. Traditional sports mentality. While there's some truth to that, how is it that some freshman start over seniors? There are only the limitations we put in our minds.
If you like this episode, leave a review on iTunes. That's the one thing I really ask is for you to just leave an honest review. It will help to grow the show and bring more listeners. Share this with a friend who you think needs to get their mind and their money right.
Go and leave a review if you found some value out of this episode. It's the best way to grow the show and get more listeners like you to become educated and inspired.
Today's episode features Dr. Sean of Active Life Rx and the Active Life Podcast. He is an influencer in the athletic and fitness space, helping athlete's across the country to overcome chronic injuries from anywhere in the world without having to go to a doctor. He also runs a successful fitness business consulting practice that allows those in the industry to run profitable communities and impact their clients at different levels they weren't able to in the past.
As an athlete we all know the value of having a good coach and what that can do for your team as well as your athletic career. By now, you should also know that the sport of the boardroom is no different. Dr. Sean breaks down the value of a great coach in different areas of our lives from financial to personal to business to the field. We must continue to educate and immerse ourselves in the success of those playing the game at a higher level than us or suffer the consequences of what is to come.
We also talk about the pain and costs associated with not having the right coaching and mentorship in your life. We talk about how you should approach your days, scheduling and the skills needed to be successful in business and with your bank account.
Dr. Sean is setting a new standard of professionalism in the fitness and athletic industries. Taking this approach to your life will upgrade you in countless ways and will most definitely improve your performance and mindset on the field/court.
Learn more about Dr. Sean at The Active Life Podcast and on Instagram @activeliferx
When you're young, you don't really think too much about going into debt or that spending your money on things matters too much. Today's guest quickly found himself in a deep financial hole not long after graduating college. By the time he turned 30, he was able to turn things around and in almost a year, was able to pay off over $50,000 of debt.
Otis is now debt free and working as a financial coach, helping others get out of their financial pits and become profitable in their lives.
He talks about how he got himself in that situation and the mistakes he made as well as how he overcame those. The mentality it took to do it and the lessons he learned along the way.
We talk strategies of the hustle, grinding, and savings.
A couple resources from the show:
Dave Ramsey (financial advisor and guru) has his own podcast and his book "Total Money Makeover".
Be sure to check out Otis online:
Facebook: Otis McAlhany
Phone Number: 713-899-9841
Building off of last week's episode of winning the mental game, now we're going to take some strategies and tactics on how to better handle your money and what you should start thinking about doing with your income.
Today's guest has played at the highest level of athletics and knows what it takes to be successful both on and off the field. His focus and determination helped him to become team captain of a major D1 school and has now carried over to his professional career where he runs a successful baseball training program. Ryan boasts over a 100k following on social media and continues to grow regularly.
In this episode, Ryan dives into strategies and tactics to master your day as an athlete and how important it really is to handle your shit. Check out the list of links below for more great content from the show.
Power List from Andy Frisella of MFCEO Podcast:
"The Perfect Day Formula" by Craig Ballantyne. Check this link out for free access to his book. https://www.craigballantyne.com/free-gifts/
You can find Ryan on his website as well as Instagram:
For you baseball and softball players out there, here's a link to the website where they're going to start fitting bats to you and your swing.
Monday's are meant for us to get our minds right. As a young athlete, we don't know how to manage, earn or handle significant amounts of money. Nobody has really taught us. The mind is where the riches begin.
On our second edition of Millionaire Mindset Monday's, I discuss how important it is to win the money game in the mind first. Today's episode is from an event I attended in Dallas last year called the Millionaire Mind Intensive. An intensive 3 day event that discusses the attitudes, mindset, and strategies of the wealthy.
One of the take homes from the event was an affirmation card that has two sides. Winning the "Mind" game and winning the "money" game. Today we talk the mind game side first. Here's the 10 affirmations for the mind game:
$ I create my life. I create the exact amount of my financial success.
$ I play the money game to win. My intention is to create wealth and abundance.
$ I admire and model rich and successful people.
$ I believe money is important, money is freedom and money makes life more enjoyable.
$ I get rich doing what I love.
$ I am a generous giver and an excellent receiver.
$ I am truly grateful for all the money I have now.
$ Lucrative opportunities always come my way.
$ My capacity to earn, hold & grow money expands day-by-day.
Highly recommend reading these affirmations to yourself a couple of times a day. In the morning and in the evening.
Check out my Instagram page to see a copy of the card: @pullinmyown
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This week's guest is an incredibly powerful and determined woman. Lauren Schwab has been on reality TV show's as well as spending time as a fitness model. She's been featured in:
- NBC Universal
- USA Today Sports
- E! Entertainment
- GSN and many more
She's hiked Mount Kilimanjaro and lived on an island in a cave for 60 days. Dated NFL superstars and ran her own businesses and sold them in the booming LA marketplace. She runs retreats and workshops for high-level executives and business owners to help them lead more profitable and fulfilling lives.
In this episode Lauren & I go deep into YOU. That's right, how YOU can get more in touch with YOU and why it's so important to take care of yourself and find yourself. It leads to success and a big bank account.
She tells her amazing stories of failures and triumphs. Mistakes she made and how she overcame them. Living on her own and making her own way with blood sweat and tears.
Her Unplugged Mornings 9 Step Process is:
1. U - Universe - Deep Breathing | Meditation
2. N - Nourish - Water & Fuel
3. P - Play - Have fun. Something fun.
4. L - Learning - Read a book
5. U - Unleash - Forgive & let go of 1 thing a day
6. G - Gratitude - Express Abundance
7. G - Generosity - Do something generous for 1 person today
8. E - Exercise - Movement is Medicine
9. D - Declare - "I Am" Powerful Statements
Check out her website & social media:
Brian Nunez - "Elevate To Great"
She's also offering a 50% discount to anybody who is interested in her retreats. Message her on Instagram or through her contact page on the website for more information.
In this first Millionaire Mindset Monday episode, we set the stage for all future mindset episodes as well as the foundation for your financial success. The power of language will determine how successful you are. How well do you understand and speak the language of money? What language do you use when you talk about money to yourself? And to those around you.
Today's guest brings a lot of passion and fire to the show. We talk about humble beginnings and creative ideas on how to make some extra money while you're still in school.
Thomas is also very passionate about how corrupt college athletics is and the system that is most universities & college's. Debt is piling up. Graduates are getting decreased salaries. People are changing majors multiple times in their college career. It is a very costly system that has very little guidance for the young, naive athlete who just wants to play their sport.
We talk about how you can play the system right and take advantage of the school system instead of it playing you.
We go deep into the conversations we have with ourselves around money. The negativity it has and how you can overcome that struggle and propel yourself to success, no matter your background.
Be sure to reach out to him if you have any questions:
On this episode I give the updated schedule of episodes. Every Monday will be Millionaire Mindset Monday because of how crucial the right mindset is in athletics and in business.
Monday's will be a short 5-10 minute episode helping to re-adjust your mindset around money and the negative connotations surrounding it. Just as our minds must be ready on the field to lead us to victory. Setting the right foundation in place mentally will allow us to reap the financial rewards that we all wish to achieve.
Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review if you found value from this. Share this with your teammates or one of your friends. So many exciting topics to come and great conversations to be had.
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On this episode of The Money Minded Athlete podcast, we have a world renowned coach, international best-selling author and entrepreneur Rick Streb.
Rick is the founder of ProDiets, Nutrition Profit Systems, FitPro Complete and many other successful coaching and consulting businesses. He has impacted thousands of athlete's and professionals to improve their health, fitness, as well as reach their financial goals.
He has played at the highest level of athletics as well as trained them. He knows the mindset, skillset, and abilities to succeed at the elite level of performance, both on the field and in the boardroom. He shares his story of figuring out what his professional career would mold into after playing soccer professionally. From financial services to coaching and training. At the time he started, the industry barely existed. Rick is one of the pioneers of the fitness, nutrition and coaching world.
We talk the importance of nutrition as an athlete and how your finances (or lack-thereof) can impact your success on the field. Rick shares strategies and tips on how to take control of your athletic career and your finances starting NOW.
Be sure to check him out at:
Give your love and feedback by subscribing to the show and leaving a review. You can also check us out on Facebook & Instagram @MoneyMindedAthlete
The website will be up soon and will be adding more content to the social platforms as we go.
On today's episode of The Money Minded Athlete Podcast, we have our inaugural guest, Luke Nowland.
Luke is the founder of Nowland Performance in San Diego, CA and has been training athlete's and business professional's at the highest level. Luke has an amazing story with humble beginnings. He shares tales of how he found amazing mentors in the high performance world of sports and fitness who helped shape and guide him.
Not only that but he was able to learn some successful strategies for growing a business that he's been able to apply to his own practice. He is a master of his craft and shares how he found his mentors and how they have impacted his life today.
We also talk about how saving money, when and how to save it and why it's so important.
Be sure to check Luke out on Instagram:
Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback and suggestions. These first 3 episodes are apart of an exciting launch week. We will be publishing episodes every Monday & Wednesday at 5 am EST.
Monday's episode will be a summary and digest from my book of the week. Giving you tactics and strategies you can apply right away as well as book recommendations for your success. Expect these to be about 15-25 minutes.
Wednesday's episode will be our interview days. These will be 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Welcome to The Money Minded Athlete Podcast.
This introductory episode will be explaining who this show is for, why you should listen, the format of the show, what topics we're going to cover and more.
How often? Every Monday & Wednesday. Monday will be a "Cliff Notes" episode dedicated to one specific book that every athlete should be reading or a program/course that I'm taking that is relevant to you. Expect 10-20 minutes for Monday's episode.
Wednesday's episode will be our interview days so be on the lookout's for those. Excpect 45 min to 1 hr on those.
This podcast is designed to educate and inspire athlete's on finance, business, entrepreneurship and the power behind personal development. I will be interviewing not only some of the greatest athlete's who ever played the game but the brightest and most forward thinking minds in the business world.
Most of us realize that athletic's has much carryover to the real world and the business world. It's not until we're thrust into that real world that the similarities begin to fully reveal themselves. You will learn their stories and how they have been shaped to be the business moguls that they are today.
Money, finance, and business are vital parts of our society. Every athlete is growing into a functional member of that society and needs to learn the essentials. Sadly, these essentials aren't taught in the homes. They aren't taught in school and certainly not by their coaches.
You will strategies and tactics to start making more money NOW and not just some distant pipe dream after graduating college or finishing a professional career.
Thanks for checking this out and can't wait to have you join our community. Website will be up soon. In the meantime, you can check me out on Facebook.
There's also a Facebook & Instagram Page for this podcast. More content will be uploaded as this grows. Check it out: