Showing Up With Edward Terres

Showing Up With Edward Terres

By Edward Terres
A podcast sharing the lessons we learn by showing up in our businesses, passions, or lives.
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#53 - Hedonic vs Eudaimonic Happiness and your life/business
I wake up and make sure to take care of my current clients. People who are already committed to me and I give them my all long term. I believe this is what will create sustainability in all our lives. 
14:52
January 24, 2020
#52 - Maybe you are so accountable that you shouldn’t be an employee
My girlfriend was struggling with putting in everything she had at work and others around her not doing the same. Working at a company can sometimes put us in a box we don’t belong in. I told her how I thought she would be great on her own and my perspective.
09:50
January 22, 2020
#51 - Unpaid taxes, zero savings, and 100% transparency.
I failed to do what I said I was going to and this is me showing up for myself.
10:35
January 20, 2020
#50 - Be you. Your life will be easier
I’ve tried to be other people and it’s exhausting. Here I share my insights on this.
10:48
January 17, 2020
#49 - Were insecure and this is how I conquer those insecurities.
Your body language is a contributing factor to how you perform. Raise your fists in the air.
11:46
January 15, 2020
#48 - Give energy where you get it
A lot of time is spent working with many different types of people. This is who you should work with.
10:29
January 13, 2020
#47 - “Just get your first deal” with Real Estate Investor Jon Trapp
"Just get your first deal." A quote commonly stated by many investors that Jon Trapp has learned from in the past. Here he talks about what he has been learning in his first couple of deals and how he took the leap. 
47:16
January 8, 2020
#46 - Buisness compounds and accountability to reach the next level
I’m looking to learn a new set of skills to help higher level clients to eventually make more money in less time to allow me to have a life more by design then default. This is going to require a certain amount of time of extra work and I share with you all who’s helping me get there.
15:48
January 3, 2020
#45 - I do not believe in New Years resolutions
Here I share with you my take on New Years resolutions and how we should actually treat them.
08:27
January 1, 2020
#44 - Not giving yourself the opportunity to fail
One of the most prevalent things in my life that has gotten me through things is simply that. Not giving myself the opportunity to fail. This relates a lot to the concept of "Showing Up" in my opinion. When you show up to whatever situation you said you were going to put yourself in wether are not youve done it before. If you have no way of backing out once you are there. You will figure out. This has been a great reminder for me. 
10:02
January 1, 2020
#43 - My experience interviewing fighters and asking for the opportunity not payment
About a week ago I had the opportunity to conduct post fight interviews at the MMA Promotion, Fight Card Entertainment. Here I talk about the passion one of my coaches has along with why it was more important for me to get the opportunity then the payment I received. 
09:36
December 27, 2019
#42 - Knowing the customers “why” for you and them.
I first started out in Real Estate trying to meet with clients and learning their "why" to help me get a deal done. Now, the reason for wanting to understand their "why" has changed tremendously.  
08:04
December 25, 2019
#41 - Helping someone sell their home for free
In this episode I share with you a story about a property owner I met with who has been trying to sell their property by themselves and how I met with them to teach them how they could sell it themselves. 
09:00
December 20, 2019
#40 - The Non Experts w/ Chris & Dinora Neustedter
My guests today lead a parenting community called “the non experts” that connects parents to parenting experts in various topics. 
37:28
December 18, 2019
#39 - Our busy schedules and how my girlfriend and I treat our time
Today I share with you something very personal to me. Which is My intimate relationship, how busy we are, ad how we need to structure our daily lives. 
09:55
December 16, 2019
#38 - The transitions in my life and where passion has come from.
In this episode I shared with you my idea of passion and how I find it through life changes and transition. 
08:37
December 13, 2019
#37 - Why not mate people instead of porcupines with Dina Brenci
Dina Brenci is a woman who started out as a zoologist who then became a dating coach who helps men and women navigate the dating scene and supports them to continuing into healthy lasting relationships but we also go into how she started her business.
36:12
December 11, 2019
#36 - My Irrational fear of cold calling, how im getting past it, and a perspective to come from
In todays episode I talk about my irrational fear of cold calling, how I’m getting over it, and the perspective I try to come from to to come from when making calls. 
07:39
December 9, 2019
#35 - A clients depression, when I lost my job, and what to keep in mind.
This episode has been inspired by a client of mine who put their guard down and informed me about their depression, in which liberated me to share the time in which I lost my job, and what we all need to keep in during those times.
06:47
December 7, 2019
#34 - A look inside my business and what I would do in a different one.
In this short clip I talk a bit about my process as a real estate agent and what I would do if I were to start any other business.
10:34
December 6, 2019
#33 - Dane Christianson w/ Block Bins
Dane Is set out to save the world! He originally worked in the toy industry where he designed the x-cube and through and through his own values of wanting to reduce wast he decided he wanted to build a business that did just that. At block bins his goal is to make composting available to all Chicagoans to recycle more of chicago's waste.
33:47
December 4, 2019
#32 - Tyler Jones (MMA Fighter)
My man Tyler Jones prepares for his second mma fight and he shares with us what its like showing up for training daily! Wish him luck on December 15th! 
1:14:58
December 3, 2019
#31 - Showing Up With Edward Terres (rebranding)
This episode explains my transition and change of my podcast brand and regular posts that will be occurring from "The Chicago Hustle" to "Showing Up With Edward Terres." 
12:52
December 2, 2019
#30 - Chris Blaney w/ Blaney Creative
After Chris worked for a fortune 150 company for 4 years and his brother, Kevin, was working a for a branding agency as a designer. They were both airing out their issues with their current jobs and fantasized about running their own business together. After some discussion, planning, and education you now have Blaney Creative LLC. 
53:15
November 27, 2019
#29 - Brian Torres w/ BTR Mobile Detailing
After working in a different business for two year Brian wasnt happy and decided to make a change. As a person who appreciates a clean car he googled "mobil car wash" to see if there was someone that would come to him to clean his car. In Chicago and almost anywhere there was none. So he created it.
41:05
November 20, 2019
#28 - Jaclyn Beattie / Personal Styling & Custom Clothing
After working in retail along with another stylist company, Jaclyn started her own personal stylist company here in Chicago. After quitting her full time job in february she has been taking all of her past experiences and building her business brick by brick.
41:48
November 13, 2019
#27 - Matt Quigley w/ Trials And Tribulations
Matt Quigley is an MMA fighter that started his own clothing brand, Trials and Tribulations. In this episode we got to learn about how he has been growing this business along with a little bit of the struggles that got him started.
50:01
November 6, 2019
#26 - Brianna Fillweber / Model • Fashion • Lifestyle • Beauty
After leaving her life on the East Coast to pursue her career in Chicago with Mac Duggal designer dress sales. Her goal is to inspire young women to be who they are and own it. Theres nothing that makes her feel more on top of the world then hearing how spectacular a young women feels after zipping up the dress of her dreams. Body positivity is her passion. 
49:45
October 30, 2019
#25 - Chelsie Tamms w/ Lettering Works
Chelsie Tamms is a graphic designer who started lettering works after winning $10,000 in a startup fund contest. Lettering Works is Chicago-based company that makes custom lettering. Also, they are a design company specializing in advertising, branding, campaign, and so much more. This is her story. 
53:45
October 23, 2019
#24 - Jessica I. Strang Psy.D. w/ Coco + Peach Jewelry
Jessica is a full time clinical psychologist with her own private practice in Evanston. She just launched an online jewelry boutique featuring affordable and lightweight jewelry and we get to hear about how she got started in both areas in her life. 
1:03:59
October 16, 2019
#23 - Joe Moss Band
Joe Moss is a blues musician and in this episode we were able to learn about how he started in this career path, the history of blues, and the inspiration to his music.
59:53
October 9, 2019
#22 - Georgie Medina MMA
After Georgie's third MMA championship belt victory we had the opportunity to learn about what got him started in the sport and everything from preparation leading up to a fight and the mindset he has inside and out of the cage. 
48:23
October 2, 2019
#21 - Julia Mezher w/ Bikettle
Julia Mezher has been on her weight loss journey for 8 years and now is the owner of the spin studio Bikettle to help others on that same path. All while being a full time Real Estate attorney helping people make the right decisions for themselves, to protect their assets, families, and growth wealth.
40:33
September 25, 2019
#20 - Jacob Kearney w/ Two Olives Tattoo
So happy to have had the opportunity to sit down with Jacob for this episode. Crazy enough we met last year for the first time at the gym, Chicago MMA, where we both train at time to time. Here he tells us about the first job he ever got at a tattoo parlor to make to his way up to owning his own studio, his move to Chicago, the way he gives back to the community, and more.
45:26
September 18, 2019
#19 - Beth Drucker with Go Green Wilmette
Beth Drucker is a environmentalist who works with Go Green Wilmette and Speaking with her raised my awareness about my day to day usage and how much I actually waste. I think that their mission of wanting to raise environmental awareness and to inspire people to take action is super important. My hopes are that maybe this will do just that.
51:22
September 11, 2019
#18 - Imran Khan
Imran is a Chicago Real Estate Attorney that I met at a closing with one of my buyers. His team works diligently and thus I have referred him to other Real Estate clients of mine. Here we talk about his vision board, the five pillars he lives his life by, his perspective from his family being from another country and much more. 
52:43
September 4, 2019
#17 - Anju Jain
Anju Jain is the author of the new book "Burn Out." She talked about her personal experiences of burning out in the work place and how that prompted her to write this book. She wants to help people "beat fatigue to thrive in an overworked world."
43:22
August 28, 2019
#16 - Sam Johnson
Sam Johnson is a former professional soccer player that is looking to support the youth right here in Chicago. We were able to talk about her life as an athlete and her transition through retirement, to working on her  masters degree, to some day having a platform to inspire the great youth of Chicago in a better way. 
41:40
August 21, 2019
#15 - Saul Marchan with Blu Commercial Cleaning
As a small business owner starting out, Saul actually hustled by doing the cleaning work myself. After hitting 5 years in business, He went from being a lone wolf, to having a pack of over 40 employees who work at Blu Commercial Cleaning. Saul created this cleaning company to be solutions-focused. He saw that there was a deep need of change within the cleaning industry and wanted to be that change.
49:42
August 14, 2019
#14 - Craig Snider
Craig Snider is a composer, producer, songwriter and much more. In this episode we were able to learn about his experience working with artists and how his passion changed from playing music to teaching others how to find their sound. His goal is to continue and grow his talent along with those around him. 
1:14:34
August 7, 2019
#13 - Erika Pinzer
Erika Pinzer is the owner of EGA Salon in Chicago. She shares with us that after six years of managing and working at a large salon elsewhere that it was time to start her own. We learned about ho she started from no capital to now having two locations and growing. 
53:34
July 31, 2019
#12 - Nors Beatriz
Nors is a Jewelry designer who started out in the corporate world right after graduating from Depaul University here in Chicago. After going through a near death experience she turned towards the healing arts as nothing seemed to help her that was traditional. Those healing arts had lead her to where she is today designing her own jewelry at Mojo Owl. 
1:01:37
July 24, 2019
#11 - Misse Daniel
Misse Daniel is the owner of the wedding planning service, Honey Bee Weddings. Before getting on this career path she had spent the time to get her MBA and got to what she believed was her "dream job." She left it all to pursue her passion. For 2.5 years she worked both jobs full time working 80 hours a week to get to the point where she could do this full time. 
1:15:32
July 17, 2019
#10 - Liz Hansen
Liz Hansen is a Boudoir Photographer. Boudoir refers to the style of photographs in which women pose while being partially clothed or in lingerie. A very common theme that has been arising in our podcasts recently is passion. And her passion has grown into being able to be a part of the experience that helped woman feel good about themselves, to feel confident, and we get to learn about how she got into this full time. You can find her on instagram @chicago.boudoir
51:47
July 10, 2019
#9 - Anthony Ferro
Anthony Ferro is the head Professor at Ferro Academy BJJ. Here he talks about how jiu jitsu saved his life from his experience in two wars while serving in the military. He advocates other veterans to train as well to help them through their tough times with PTSD and much more. We also get to learn about him taking the leap from teaching classes at another business to opening up his own gym and having two weeks to figure it out at the time with no prior experience. You can find him on instagram @ferroacademybjj and @sickness81
56:00
July 3, 2019
#8 - Henry Gomez
Henry Gomez is a loan officer with loan depot and in this episode we not only learned about what got him into real estate but we had the opportunity to really dive into those moments of uncertainty, struggle, and how he got through those tough stages of uncertainty. Along with this he talks about balancing his work, relationships, flip projects, and much more. You can find him on instagram @planfirstbuyafter. 
56:03
June 26, 2019
#7 - Sam Letscher
Sam Letscher is the owner and operator of Bossy Chicago. A resource and community that supports women owned businesses in Chicago. at her website on bossychicago.com you can search the women owned business directly from there. When Sam was in college she seen how many people were interested in knowing where they could spend their dollar and the group of powerful women in business. Her goal is to connect those two worlds. Here she talks about her beginning, the adversity that women face in the work force, and how she is working to support change. She can be found @bossychicago on instagram.
1:11:45
June 19, 2019
#6 - Amber Golob
Amber is an Interior designer in the city of Chicago where her expertise are on kitchens and bathrooms. Here she talks about how she started on this journey, her experiences over the past 15 years in the business, and her plans moving forward.  You can find her on instagram @ambergolobint
1:11:44
June 12, 2019
#5 - Elias Cepeda
Elias Cepeda is the head instructor for Foundation Chicago. A premiere small group & private training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy. Not only is he a running this gym but he is also a full time writer and grad student. Here he shares his mindset for coaching, his experiences through martial arts, what got him into martial arts, and so much more. You can find him on instagram @elias_nhb and @foundationchicago Episode art is credit to @thetruthjackson
1:45:09
June 5, 2019
#4 - Tom Hemerka
Tom Hemerka is a pastry chef, photographer,  and online marketer. When he first started his career as a pastry chef it came to a point where it wasn't enough to sustain the lifestyle he desired. Gaining the skills to expand his business such as videography and marketing on platforms such as instagram were needed in order for him to keep pursuing his passion. Here he shares his perspectives on business and his industry. You can find him on instagram @tomhemerka and @pastryelite
1:04:28
May 29, 2019
#3 - Tyler Jones
Tyler Jones is Chicagoan/mixed martial artist who just had his first fight at joes live in Rosemont. He fought under the promotion of fight card entertainment. His dream is to one day become a professional fighter and in this video he talks about what got him into mma, his training regimen, and so much more. You can follow him @longfellowjones223 on instagram.
1:09:03
May 22, 2019
#2 - Leora Ben-Zev
Leora is a voice over artist who has worked on projects from tv commercials, audio books, and more. Her goal is to have this be her full time hustle by the end of the year. She also works on film and stage productions as a special effects make up artist. You can find her on instagram @officiallarrydavid for any of your make up or voice over needs! 
56:10
May 15, 2019
#1 - Eduardo Orihuela
He is a personal trainer who helps recreational athletes develop strength and mobility so they experience more physical freedom and prevent injury.  His resources expand across one on one personal training, online group training, free videos daily on his instagram @eorihuela, and more. 
1:01:28
May 8, 2019