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All In with Rick Jordan podcast.

December 28, 2019

If you have an insatiable curiosity about personal growth, business development, technology, and giving back to others, this show is for you. All In is for the visionary entrepreneurs AND the linchpin employees who turn those visions into reality by going all in on their personal version of success.

Today, Rick Jordan is the CEO of a large technology company -- but success didn’t come overnight, and it didn’t come without late nights and lessons hard-earned. He and his expert guests want to share their knowledge and experiences with you, so you can live out your dreams while giving back to society from a place of abundance. Subscribe now to commit to your potential, and to say yes to going All In.



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Sales is a form of service. You know you have something valuable to offer a potential client, but you may not know how to help them see that. How do you sell through storytelling and a genuine offer? All you have to do is listen to what they need, and answer the “5 Why’s” you’ll learn in this episode.

In this info-packed episode:

  • Leave your prospect having taught them something new, regardless of whether they say yes to your offer
  • Filter your clients
  • Use “I” language

  • You are are the differentiator… especially in a saturated market
  • Let your prospect talk
  • The contact method that’s far better than calls or emails when you’re talking with prospects
  • And of course, the 5 Why’s!

 

  1. Why me?
  2. Why you?
  3. Why no one else? (Get specific! This isn’t trash talk— give them questions they can ask your competition)
  4. Why this?
  5. Why now?

 

Episode References:

Episode 12: The 5 Obstacles You’ll Face in Sales

Episode 3: Balance is Stupid - Try This Instead (work-life integration)

 

The Straight Truth - Anything other than a yes is a no (or… a not now!)

 

The One Thing: Shut up and listen when you walk into a sales meeting— they want & need to tell you their pain points; all you have to do is listen.

 

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Updated on September 17

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  • Some great pre-show talk: social distancing, Michael Jordan, and the future!
  • Small business owners can double their sales... in just an afternoon!
  • Should you pull back, or double down?

 

The One Thing: Start with your end goal in mind, and then work backwards.

 

Episode References:

Warren Buffett

Amazon’s 'Distance Assistant'



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  • Rick shares exciting news about his  business!
  • Is working remotely a benefit?
  • How to leverage opportunities in the time of crisis

 

The Straight Truth: If you have to pivot, it’s because you failed to plan.

 

The One Thing: Always look for opportunities and find your niche— then capitalize on that.

 

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Moe Zee is a former hacker who’s now a very successful entrepreneur, motivational speaker and an expert digital marketer. He’s even been endorsed by the Prime Minister of Canada!

 

Get ready for:

  • Moe shares top marketing secrets that you won’t want to miss!
  • How do social media’s algorithms work?
  • Success is good, but is it bad to fail?
  • The mindset of quitting vs. failing

 

The Straight Truth: Now is not the time to pull back. It’s time to accelerate, put your foot on the gas and drive forward.  

 

The One Thing:  When you fully commit and go all in, you WILL come out stronger on the other side. Committing and failing is far better than giving up. Are you All In?

 

The Straight Truth #2: It’s 100% on you to control your environment, atmosphere and those surrounding you.

 

Episode References:

Justin Trudeau



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Creighton was born a “congenital amputee”  — he was born without one of his legs. Despite his challenges, Creighton has competed in triathlons, gotten a law degree, became an extremely successful entrepreneur, and so much more! This week, Rick sits down with Creighton Wong, the business growth specialist from Exponential Clients.

 

This info-packed episode includes:

  • The secrets of how to win
  • What steps do you need to take to level up in life?
  • You can only control two things in life, listen in to find out what they are!

 

The Straight Truth: You won't be the best at everything. When you find your lane, stick in it and crush it so that you can change the world.

 

The One Thing: The next step is always the most difficult step. Ask yourself, do I have one more day in me? 

 

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This week is a special episode! The podcast table is turned, as Rick Jordan is interviewed by Ryan Goodman, the Podcast Host of Confessions of an IT Business Owner.

Ryan and Rick jump into this enticing episode discussing the challenges related to owning and expanding an IT business, and how to overcome them!

Ryan Goodman is the President of the Company ConnectBooster. ConnectBooster is a scalable solution that fixes your cash flow. They’re trusted by thousands of service providers to get paid on time, every time, all while saving time. 

And, to check out the Confessions of an IT Business Owner Podcast, go to connectbooster.com

Or, connect with ConnectBooster on FB, Insta, Twitter, LinkedIn or YouTube.

 

This show was hosted by ConnectBooster

Copyright ©  Confessions of an IT Business Owner

 

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“No matter what upbringing you have, the responsibility of action is your own to make something of yourself.”

 

Welcome to Season 2 of All In with Rick Jordan! Rick is back with a solo episode to kick off this season that’ll force you to look deep within yourself and make some major changes. 

 

Listen in for:

  • Why you have haters (it’s not about you)
  • What does it mean to “embrace failure?”
  • Fame and money is a tool, and Rick helps us learn how to use them

  • Why it is crucial to surround yourself with people that uplift you

 

The Straight Truth: When you make mistakes, there will always be people around you to rub it in. Let that be a sign that you’re on the right track.

 

The Straight Truth #2: If you’re going after money and fame, you’re chasing the wrong things.

 

The One Thing: You are meant for more.

 

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“If you don’t pay attention to the trends and what’s coming, you’re going to be left behind.”

 

This intriguing conversation reveals: 

  • How you must adapt to the evolving world today
  • What technology accelerates in the long-term, after the short-term COVID-19 uncertainty subsides
  • What it means to “wear your heart on your sleeve,” and why you should be doing it

 

The One Thing: 

Focus on what brings you the most joy, value and will help you build relationships that's the key to making it through any situation.

 

Episode References:

MSP’s

 

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This week is a special episode! The podcast table is turned, as Rick Jordan is interviewed by Joe Cury, the host of a brand new podcast called Impact Heroes Podcast. 

 

Joe and Rick peel back the curtain in this episode, diving deep on everything from family & healthy relationships, to truly learning how to reframe your mind.

 

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  • How Joe went from homeless to highly successful entrepreneur and influencer

  • The most powerful and genuine question to ask anyone to open the doors for optimal communication
  • Rick shares his biggest mistake, and what he learned from it



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In this inspiring, self-analyzing episode, you’ll get:

  • The last three out of  five total tips to make a dramatic shift in your life!
  • Interesting information about the Male vs Female brain
  • Work is home and home is work. Learn how to advance your life by integrating this concept.
  • Learn how failures are actually a step forward



Episode References:

(EP03) Balance is Stupid - All In with Rick Jordan

 

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Remember this: “Once you start, it’s tougher to stop.”

 

In today’s episode, find out:


  • The first two out of five total tips to make a dramatic shift wherever you're at right now and begin moving in the direction you want to go
  • Do you have the side hustle virus?
  • The importance of removing negative people from your life
  • Key tool for optimal brain function 

 

The Straight Truth:

If you're not looking at yourself realistically, you’re going to be stuck in a side hustle. You must accept the truth of where you are.

 

The One Thing: 

You have to live healthy. Make the choice now — “Do or do not, there is no try...”

 

Episode References:

(EP 28) Burn the Net

The Biggest Loser Marathon

Intermittent Fasting

 

 

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“Always try to outshine yourself.”

 

This week, Rick is being interviewed by Isa, and her burning question for Rick is: are you born a leader or made a leader?

 

Some more questions you’ll hear answered in this episode include:

  • What made Rick decide to become an entrepreneur? 
  • Why didn’t Rick finish college?
  • What would you have told your 23 year old self?

  • How to just start? How to start a business



The One Thing (Isa): 

Listen and Share the All In with Rick Jordan podcast! Always take what you learn and apply it.

 

Episode References:

Only 27 % of college grads have jobs related to their major

The dotcom crash

Dive into this episode to reveal the secret sauce of Rick’s success.

 

  • What makes a true entrepreneur?
  • Rick has been unemployed for the past 13 years… but how?!
  • The fear of being broke again won’t ever go away, but that’s a good thing

  • Find out the top 5 Fears in everyone’s core being— and how to get past them



The Straight Truth: You shouldn’t be a business owner if you view your employees as an expense and nothing else. If you don’t like signing their paychecks... shut your doors. 

 

The One Thing: You will run into fears—  but you can overcome them; except for one...



Episode References:

(EP 28) Burn the Net

ReachOut IT

Kevin Harrington of Shark Tank

Robert Herjavec of Shark Tank

 

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What’s the best way to communicate these days? How can we communicate better in business and in life?

 

Today, Rick answers these questions, sharing key tips you won’t want to miss:


  • It doesn’t matter how much money you make you haven't “made it” until you've achieved your vision.

  • Rick gives a billion dollar idea that YOU can start just don’t forget to give him credit for the idea when you’re making billions
  • Why it’s vital for you to “adapt and adopt” new ways of doing things if you want to close deals, get business done and drive things forward
  • Find out Rick’s favorite dessert from one of his favorite restaurants ever!

 

The One Thing: You must communicate with those you want valuable relationships with in the form that they prefer.

 

Episode References:

The MET Club Chicago

Rick’s company: ReachOut IT

The Chocolate Emporium

Jeff Bezos: Whatsapp Privacy Issues

 

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This week, hear Rick Jordan’s enticing stage appearance at the Board of Advisors. Listen in and learn the hidden facts involving these hot topics:

  • The Mueller Report
  • Did Russia Interfere in our Election? 
  • Hillary’s Email Scandal
  • Vital tips on Staying Secure 
  • 5 Major Breeches that took place:
  1. Encrypted Messaging - if you’re not doing this, you’re stupid. (i.e. Whatsapp, iMessage, etc)
  2. Russia GRU 
  3. Spear Phishing 
  4. GRU took Trump’s Encouragement 

  5. Illinois Election Hack Rick’s home state… and he’s not too fond of it!

Tip: don’t engage, and don’t EVER pay hackers!

 

Episode References:

Mueller Report

Hillary’s Email Scandal 

Trump’s Russian Election Interference 

Spear Phishing 

Illinois Election Hack 

BAdarkweb.COM

Cyber Crime: the documentary movie featuring Rick Jordan and 9 other of the world’s top cyber security experts

 

This speech was hosted by : Board of Advisors

Connect with Board of Advisors on Youtube

Copyright © Board of Advisors

 

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As a civilian who was trained by the CIA in elicitation and surveillance, Rick Jordan has learned what it takes to be safe. In today’s episode, he shares his perspective on:

 

  • The mindset of PROTECTION vs. SECURITY 
  • The only reason to draw your gun is to neutralize a true threat—to end someone’s life
  • It takes the average person only 2.2 seconds to travel 20 feet!
  • The rule of “no half-measures”

 

The One Thing: Take an inventory of your current priorities. Are you All In?

 

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As we look forward to 2020, it’s the perfect time to take stock of our lives this far. In this episode, Rick takes us on a journey through the last decade of his life, giving inspiring guidance along the way from what he’s learned. 

 

In this inspiring, introspective episode, you’ll get:

  • The importance of celebrating your wins from the last decade of your life
  • How Jennifer Aniston has stayed relevant by not resting on her laurels
  • The highs and lows of Rick’s last decade of life— from wins that keep benefitting him today, to the moment he watched his beloved wife nearly die
  • How to set milestone goals that are attached to deeper values
  • And, how Rick’s once extreme low-fat diet caused his gallbladder to become gangrenous!

 

The One Thing: The more you get crushed, the bigger you’ll win.
The Straight Truth: It’s not luck; it’s momentum.

 

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Bellevue LifeSpring is the very first nonprofit to be established in Bellevue, Washington. What started as neighbors helping neighbors in the early 1900s has since evolved to become the main support system for Bellevue’s children and their families. LifeSpring supports the community through programs that provide food, clothing, education, and emergency assistance.

 

Leading the organization today is Jennifer Fischer, the incredibly thoughtful and capable Executive Director of Bellevue LifeSpring. Today we peek inside her mind, learning about:

 

  • The importance of allowing your kids’ interests to change— and how to lead them through it 
  • LifeSpring’s mission: to break the cycle of homelessness by supporting the children affected by it 
  • How our American healthcare system doesn’t give us accurate guidance for true wellness and fitness 
  • And, how and why the scatter-brained Visionaries (like Jennifer and Rick!) have to get out of the way of the Integrators 
  • Oh… and why Taco Time is the best

 

Jennifer’s One Thing: Invest in yourself; neglecting your self-care comes with its own costs. And, find an outlet for you to improve your community.

 

Episode References:

Rocket Fuel - the book about Visionaries and Integrators 

 

Connect with Bellevue LifeSpring on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and their website: www.BellevueLifeSpring.org

You can also check out LifeSpring’s thrift shop @ThriftXCulture across social platforms!

 

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Stephanie Nyx is a functional alignment expert who coaches people on how to align themselves physically in order to unlock access to even deeper inner alignment. Today’s conversation spans everything from the latest breakthrough discovery about the importance of our body’s fascial system, to ducks’ sexual organs (no, really).

 

Plus:

  • Some great pre-show chat about the three Ayurvedic “doshas,” or physical energy archetypes we naturally embody
  • Skin is the biggest organ on our body, and the chemicals we put on it can be stressors 
  • Why Stephanie got denied for life insurance… when she was a professional fitness model
  • Stephanie’s realization about what was causing her to be deathly ill, even when she had ALL of her healthiest habits in place 
  • Some of our physical pet peeves about ourselves can be a genuine distraction; they can sap our energy 
  • How our clothes affect our state of mind— and a deep dive on fashion and self-image
  • A HUGE breakthrough in physical wellness: fascia (and an at-home movement practice you can do to help your tissue reform into a more flexible shape)
  • And, why crunches are actually hurting our goals

 

Rick’s One Thing: There’s always a moment when you can realize that the way you’re living isn’t fun for you anymore; make a change!

Stephanie’s One Thing: Because she’s been on the brink of death, she appreciates life—and wants to share the simple joy of that with others. 

 

Episode References:

Dr. Joe Dispenza

Dave Asprey’s book, Headstrong

StitchFix

Buckle clothing brand

Tom Myers’ Anatomy Trains bodywork training

Robert Graham shirts (they have a women’s line!)

Oura Ring: sleep and activity tracker

 

Connect with Stephanie at www.StephanieNyx.com, and on Instagram @stephanienyx, Facebook, and check out her new YouTube channel, with plenty of functional alignment exercises!

 

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Hey, look here! No, over here!

 

Today, it seems we’re bombarded with more external distractions than ever before. Yet ultimately, it’s the internal distractions that really suck our attention and energy. 

 

Get focused with this deep dive on distraction:

  • What draws our attention? It can be things that are crass, obscene, surprising...
  • Self-deprecating thoughts are a distraction
  • The things you think about most often, and most intensely, build physical pathways in your brain that make them easier and more automatic
  • It’s not just a matter of “thinking positive thoughts”
  • Rick’s recent experience with a team member who got distracted by a shiny new automation tool that wasn’t supporting a top priority
  • What are the top 5 things in your life YOU need to live as your best self?

 

The Straight Truth: If you think you’re at the top of your game, but you’re not supporting your body with physical movement, you ain’t right 

The One Thing: Write down the top 5 must-haves for your life

 

Episode References:

How the brain rewires itself: TIME article

“Janitor cells” that clean up unused neural pathways in your sleep: microglia

 

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More chatbots! More chatting! More Chad! Get ready for Part 2 of this deep dive on conversational AI, and where the Artificial Intelligence industry as a whole is headed.

 

  • If you’re one of the first to be in an industry, you become the expert!
  • The privacy implications of interactive AI (like Siri and Alexa)

  • “This is one of the best ways to grow business: work within your existing customer base right now, and serve them in a greater way.”

The One Thing: To go out of your comfort zone… at some point you just have to DO IT

 

Episode References:

Amazon’s chatbot

CCPA legislation

Alexa and Privacy — is your information safe? (Gizmodo Article)

 

Connect with Chad Oda on LinkedIn, Twitter @chad_oda, and Instagram @chad.oda.

Learn more in the Conversing AI Facebook Group, and on Chad’s site at http://chatmode.io, where you can find also links to his show, The Bot Podcast, and (free!) digital academy, Chatbot Summit.

 

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—Welcome back, All In fans! A note for our regular subscribers (and if you're not subscribed, go all in by hitting that Subscribe button!): All In with Rick Jordan will now be airing on Tuesdays, to bring you inspiration after that new-week-glow has worn off a bit. We'll still be in your ears each week, enlivening your #transformationtuesday!—

When we talk into the void, who talks back—a human or a bot? This fascinating conversation with chatbot expert Chad Oda is a deep dive into what’s happening in the world of conversational and chatbot AI. Chad sits at the center of the conversation between researchers, brands, and vendors about the latest and greatest in conversational AI. He runs a consulting firm that helps companies sort fact from fiction, and hosts the industry-leading podcast, The Bot Podcast.

 

Get ready for:

  • Some great pre-show talk: Germans, donuts, and men’s fashion!
  • No matter what field you’re in, take care of your appearance and learn to own the room

  • In any emerging market, there’s an information access imbalance. Companies have to sort through the hype to find what really works for them
  • Conversational AI isn’t going to eliminate the need for customer service agents; it will make their jobs more enjoyable by eliminating the repetitive, easily answered questions 
  • And, the conversation was so fruitful… we pause for Part 2 next week!

 

The Straight Truth: Rather than blaming technological revolutions, grow with them.

 

Episode References:

Revtown Jeans

CCPA legislation

Andrew Klein on All In

Cyber Crime Documentary

 

Connect with Chad Oda on LinkedIn, Twitter @chad_oda, and Instagram @chad.oda.

Learn more in the Conversing AI Facebook Group, and on Chad’s site at http://chatmode.io, where you can find also links to his show, The Bot Podcast, and (free!) digital academy, Chatbot Summit

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How do you integrate your spiritual life with your working one? With every part of your self-expression throughout your day? In this episode, Rick walks us through his spiritual upbringing and journey, and offers advice on integrating it into every aspect of our lives.

 

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  • The first talk/sermon Rick gave at just 14 years old—and the game he had the church body play in order to make his point
  • How Rick applies what he’s learned in his spiritual life to every single other area (relationships, marriage, fatherhood, friendships, business—everything!)
  • “Music can create an environment that can change the way that people think; and that’s why it’s so powerful”
  • No one has it all together, even the person on stage. They’ve had the same struggles and difficulties as you
  • “Whenever humans get involved, stuff gets messed up”
  • The past is a guide. The Bible is like a history book; use it as a guide. Lots of wisdom comes from the past. You can draw from the good things that worked, and learn from the bad things that didn’t
  • While Biblical principles remain, the application evolves with our societies

 

The Straight Truth: Find a place that allows you to be you; that accepts the good, the bad, and the ugly.

 

The One Thing: Find the people who continuously look forward, who can apply the wisdom of the past to the correct application today. And YOU can apply it to anything. Your spirituality and beliefs need to be the foundation of what you do, and drive you forward to serve everyone else.

 

Episode References:

Evangelicals, The Catholic Church, Constantine, 325 A.D.

The Telephone Game

Blues Traveler

Cardi B, Beyonce, Nirvana, Michael Jackson

Paul the Tentmaker (New Testament)

Colored People” by DC Talk

Situational Ethics (Rick’s book)

 

Connect with Rick on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn (@mrrickjordan)

 

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62% of new American homebuyers ...

 

… are Hispanic! Does that surprise you? This episode with Mark Stockdale will blow your mind. He helps companies and organizations open their marketing to include the US Hispanic market, growing their brand reach and revenue.

 

This insightful conversation reveals: 

 

  • By opening up into the US-Hispanic market, you’re not marketing to ONLY that population; you’re expanding your audience to include it
  • Market demographics are constantly evolving; by pretending they’ll stay the same, you drastically limit your business

 

  • The ROI on reaching the Hispanic market is even higher than average
  • Hispanic Americans are the youngest ethnic group in America, about 10-14 years younger than the general market. They’re tech savvy, bi-cultural, and ready to use their purchasing power

 

The Straight Truth: America has always been a mixing pot. Seeing The American Dream as exclusive to white Americans is not only inaccurate; it’s limiting your business.

 

The One Thing: Curiosity. If you have the slightest curiosity about this topic, just read up on it. Then, you can come up with your own conclusions, rather than relying on stereotypes other people have given to you.

 

Episode References:

WSJ Article on the wave of Hispanic American homebuyers (Nearly 63%)

 

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Is your physical movement (or lack thereof) supporting you in everyday life—or actually making you more constricted and tense? When you view fitness from a functional perspective, everything changes. Jason Van Hollebeke is a lifestyle, fitness, and nutritional coach who’s here to bust open our current training paradigm.

 

This cheeky and inspiring episode includes:

  • Rick and Jason’s experiences in middle school band (random, but hilarious)
  • How your self-deprecation can actually hurt others
  • The role model you look to for how you want to sculpt your body can either be incredibly inspiring... or throw you off-track entirely
  • How social media can skew our image of how flawed we should be; and how we can bring more honesty to our online presence

 

The One Thing: Start with foundational movements: physical movements you want the ability to perform as you age.

 

Episode References:

Watch Conspiracy

Exotic Car Hacks

 

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Today, more families than ever are experimenting with “worldschooling,” the new way of homeschooling that encourages kids to learn from the world around them by taking “school” with them wherever they go. As of this year, the Jordans are one of those families!

 

“Am I going to compete, or am I going to complete?” As the wife of a trailblazing entrepreneur, Jaina has found her own way to integrate her and her kids’ needs with Rick’s unstoppable forward momentum—in a way that allows them all to grow together in the same direction.

Today’s insights from this modern family:

  • What led to Rick and Jaina transitioning to homeschooling, or “worldschooling,” their three kids
  • The public school system was created for the industrial era; it has not caught up with this global economy
  • There’s a difference between being an entrepreneur and being a business owner

  • What happened when Jaina shifted her mindset from competing with Rick to completing the family. All the clarity and peace she gained didn’t come without pushback from others

 

The Straight Truth: if you’re going to launch a business, it should not just be a job: the purpose of starting a company is to support more people than just yourself.

The One Thing (Jaina): If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, embrace your unconventional way of life. Do what you know is best for you and your family.

 

Episode References:

(EP03) Balance is Stupid - All In with Rick Jordan

All In Growth Conference

Article on the overuse of the word entrepreneur

Creative Media Group - Digital Marketing

 

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“If you don’t risk anything, you will gain nothing.” | Rick Jordan

This episode is one straight truth after another. It’s time to seek out challenges, to embrace discomfort, to smile at sweat.

 

Get ready for:

  • Most days, there is a moment when Rick wants to give up 
  • When he feels stagnant, that means it’s time to go outside his comfort zone
  • Rick intentionally puts himself in challenging situations, because he’s naturally “lazy AF”

 

Episode References:

Episode 1 - hear the story of how Rick started his own business

ALL IN Growth Conference 2020

 

The Straight Truth: If you don’t risk anything, you’re not an entrepreneur.

The One Thing: If it’s too easy, you should quit. Find something else that’s hard, that’s difficult; that’s how you’re going to grow.

 

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What is the American Dream? For Conrad Lee, it’s what he lives for every day. Since immigrating from Hong Kong over 50 years ago, he’s served in local government for over a quarter of a century! As a previous mayor and current city council member of Bellevue, WA, his desire to foster a conversation around the issues that affect us all runs deep.

 

Conrad shares his insights about:

  • Why many politicians have become more tepid about controversial issues
  • No one person has the solution; it takes all of us to heal our world
  • Conrad has watched the Bellevue demographic grow from a 1% minority population to over 50% “minority-majority” population
  • As the home of companies like Microsoft, T-Mobile (and very soon, Amazon!), Bellevue is a hot-spot for technology; this sets it as a world leader in positively disruptive developments 

 

The One Thing: If there’s no dialogue around a common problem, be the one to start it.

Episode References:

Shuttle Program — Bellevue is working on an autonomous electric vehicle program! 

 

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The fastest way to transform your body, your mind, or your career is NOT always the best way. How do you strike a healthy balance between a rapid transformation and a sustainable one?

In this episode, the podcast tables were turned… and Rick was interviewed! Natalie Jill’s podcast, Leveling Up, is a TOP 50 show on Apple Podcasts. Her guests include incredible thought leaders like Lisa Nichols, JJ Virgin, Tom Bilyeu, Chalene Johnson… and now Rick Jordan.

In this wide-ranging conversation, Natalie and Rick dive deep on everything from the dangers of rapid fat loss, to visualization and putting the How to your What, to growing from freelancing to founding.

 

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When Andrew Klein was working at an angel investing firm, he saw how startup entrepreneurs struggled to communicate their plans for being financially sound to investors. Now, he has insider advice about what VCs and angel investors really want to see before they’re willing to go All In on your startup.

Press Play for more on:

  • What allowed Andrew’s first business (crêpe making!) to become profitable enough to leave his job
  • Product-market fit is a prerequisite for funding… and profitability in general!
  • Have conversations with investors BEFORE starting your official fundraising round
  • How you can work on your startup while you’re still an employee
  • What makes someone an accredited investor — and they’re not always the people you (or other entrepreneurs) might think of!

 

The Straight Truth: 9 out of 10 businesses fail; and 8/10 times, it’s because of a financial error

Another Straight Truth: Do your customers actually want to buy what you’re selling? Do they HAVE to?

The One Thing: Be your own Angel Investor. If you’re not willing to put your own money into your startup, you’re not All In.

 

Episode References: 

“YC” - Y Combinator 

Trilogy - An evergreen venture fund

Apptio - Software to manage your tech finances

Sunny Gupta - Founder of Apptio

 

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What is it like to work in a friendly, growth-minded office culture? And, how does that affect everything you do? This conversation between Rick and Sarah is a deep dive into what works — and what doesn’t — in the relationship between a company’s “captain,” and its crew. Plus, the difference between what college taught her about marketing, and what she’s learned in the field.

 

Today we hear the truth about:

  • How “Rick is a weirdo” (inside scoop from Sarah)
  • The 3 ways to get people to follow you: paying, using fear, or inspiring them
  • Why Rick had to withdraw himself from the majority of the hiring process for new team members
  • The “Wine & Whiskey Wednesdays” tradition that brings joy to their work week
  • How Sarah’s marketing major didn’t give her all the tools needed to be effective; but studying in the business world did

 

The Straight Truth: If you hold someone’s employment over their head to get them to perform, you’re a sucky leader.

 

The One Thing: People dig themselves into a hole and assume they need help to get out. You may need that help; but you have every capability to take the action to get yourself out (and, to not fall back in…).

 

Sarah’s One Thing: Surrounding yourself with others who have a constructive mindset is the key to supporting your own.

(And! Keep company culture in mind when looking for a job; and take every opportunity you’re given at work to learn new tools.) 

 

Episode References:

All In Growth Conference: World-class speakers, next-level networking, grow your abundance & fulfillment. Register at www.allingrowthconference.com

Creative Media Group: Rick’s branding gurus

 

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The room you’re in matters. Whether you’re consuming information - or you’re the one sharing it. The best way to grow and develop yourself, your relationships, your career, your life: get in the right room, with the people who will give you the insight needed to catapult you forward. 

 

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” — Walt Disney

 

Press play for:

  • Attending live events can give you a huge leg up over those who stay home and just passively consume information
  • The “5 by 5” tool Rick learned over a decade ago from an event that’s been integral to his growth to this day
  • The very first thing is that Rick did when he was totally broke with only $3 in his bank account and two newborn twins; and how he got out of being stuck with his “back to a wall”
  • Rick’s inside tips/secrets on how he overcame his financial obstacles
  • You must put in the work ahead of time — learn why it’s important to put in the work before you receive the reward(s)

  • Your relationship with a great mentor must go two ways. Learn from your mentors and their mistakes, and teach them what you’re learning along the way

 

 

The Straight Truth: No one can survive without mentors, including Rick. You need tangible people in your life to learn from.

The One Thing: Take everything that you’ve listened to here and go find yourself an event - put yourself in the right room.

 

**Ready to take action? Register for the ALL IN Growth Conference coming up in late September 2019!**

 

Episode References 

All In Growth Conference Everything you need to take your business and life to the next level

 

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“Dinosaurs aren’t as violent as people think.” Richard Jordan is an aspiring filmmaker, Student Ambassador of his class, and a wonderful son— of none other than Rick Jordan.

 

This interesting and heartwarming conversation includes:

  • Richard’s plans for his filmmaking career, especially on YouTube (this includes dinosaur movies!)
  • What his responsibilities as Student Ambassador of his 7th grade class are
  • What Richard got out of being in the musical at his school 
  • His experiences being bullied in 5th grade, and his mature response to it
  • What Richard sees people ignoring: the cleaner ways we can power our world, rather than polluting our atmosphere

 

The Straight Truth: Some kids respond to kindness… some are just idiots (for now)

The One Thing: Use what you love as your strength. Be the best you can be— that’s it.

 

Episode References:

Apple camps (they’re free! First come first served)

Solar cars

 

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If you’re only seeing incremental growth, it’s time to stop looking behind you, take a risk, and do what you love.

 

Today, Rick covers:

  • The difference between dwelling and reflecting 
  • The necessity of growing as a leader — you can only bring others as far as you’ve gone 
  • Just like an acrobat, when you burn the net, make sure you have the skill set not to fall to your death. Take risks, yes, but when you’re ready to rise to the challenge
  • Many decisions — like whether to go to college — will be a risk either way. Rick talks about what to factor in when you make life-changing moves

 

The Straight Truth: Jump into something that you love, and that makes you uncomfortable

 

The One Thing: You need to be uncomfortable to grow, and the only way to do that is to Burn The Net. If you’re scared, good!

 

Episode References:

 

ALL IN Growth Conference - Las Vegas, September 27-29

John Maxwell 

Cyber Crime: the new documentary movie featuring Rick Jordan and 9 other of the world’s top cyber security experts

 

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Angus Arthur is on the very first Olympic Jamaican wrestling team — but he’s from the United States! He’s traveling the world on the Olympic circuit, going All In on his dream of winning big at the upcoming Olympic Games. 

 

Tune in to hear how:

  • A self-described farm boy fell in love with Jamaica
  • Angus used his early diagnosis of ADD to be even better at accomplishing his goals; and how his time on the farm helped regulate his symptoms
  • Angus gets sponsors on board with his dream
  • There’s a healthy way to be selfish

 

The One Thing: When losing is your biggest fear, winning becomes easier because you’ll do anything not to lose

 

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Today, Markie Williams is a champion bikini athlete, powerful businesswoman, and incredible podcast host. But just a few years ago, she was on the run from a dangerous domestic violence situation.

 

Today’s intimate conversation includes:

  • Markie’s story, and what was going through her mind when she made the decision to escape
  • What inspired Markie to pursue a new career, and a new life, in the bodybuilding world
  • How Markie’s faith supported — and at times confused her — along her journey

 

The One Thing: Don’t ever give up on yourself; don’t ever stop believing in yourself. Even if there’s no one else encouraging you, know that your life matters.

 

Connect with Markie on Instagram and Facebook @markiewilliams

Her podcast (soon to launch!) is “Project Markie” — you can follow her online for updates.

 —If you or someone you know are in a dangerous (or potentially dangerous) domestic abuse / domestic violence situation, please visit NCADV for a full list of resources. Your life matters. https://ncadv.org/resources

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When you’re ready to grow your business— whether it’s in IT, or something else— you need the information that will take you to the next level. The concepts you learn today will streamline your standards and decisions, greatly increasing your net profit (and genuinely benefiting everyone involved!).

 

Covered today:

  • Get in a room with successful people outside of your industry
  • Many people jump out of being an employee into being a one-person show, leading to an unsustainable business model (and burnout!)
  • The problem with the break-fix business model — “the plumbers of IT” — and the better model (MSP, which has built-in recurring revenue)
  • The questions Rick asks himself when making any business decision
  • And, Rick really gets into specifics about how he streamlines his client standards (and they really work; his banker was amazed by ReachOut’s profit margins!)

 

The One Thing: Shift your mentality from your perspective to your client’s perspective. Put yourself on the “same side of the table” as them. 

 

Episode References:

Failure rate of laptops over time

Ingram Micro

Sonic Wall Firewall

Connectwise RMM

 

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Have you ever considered going into business with your spouse, or a close friend or partner? After a fruitful career spent leading and managing various corporate ventures, Alex and his wife Lisa co-founded their current company, Moncord Real Estate Professional Services— and they’ve been learning how to navigate work and marriage from a place of love and cooperation ever since.

 

Tune in for:

  • The challenges and blessings of running a business with your spouse (or any close friend or partner)
  • The satisfaction Alex gets from being a job creator— and what to look for in hiring
  • What Alex realized when he had a heart attack in 2013
  • Alex’s favorite table wine (he’s learning to be a sommelier!)

 

The Straight Truth: Don’t ever spend under $10 at the liquor store!

 

Episode References:

DiSC® Personality Profile

Prisoner Wine

 

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“As an entrepreneur, your job is not to have the right answer; your job is to have the right question.” — Naveen Jain

Naveen Jain is a renowned entrepreneur and philanthropist, known for taking on the world’s biggest challenges through innovation. As the founder of Moon Express, Viome, and several other ventures, Naveen wakes up every day energized to face those challenges. What unique perspective helps him succeed (and keep moving forward when the going gets tough)?

 

Today’s truth bombs include:

  • The world’s best people are the ones called to inspire the world’s biggest problems; so if you want the strongest team, take on the biggest challenge
  • The medical-industrial complex makes money off of illness— not wellness
  • There is no universal “healthy” diet— but there is a diet that’s best for your unique microbiome

 

The One Thing: Dream so big people think you’re crazy. Never be afraid to fail, because you can only fail if you give up.

 

Connect with Naveen on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @naveenjainceo. You can check out his YouTube channel and website, too!

 

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Episode Reference:

Viome.com

 

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“The only reason I am where I am today is because of the mentors I’ve had along the way.” — Rick Jordan

 

Rick opens up about everything he’s learned from years of choosing mentors and coaches, and shares his advice for anyone who’s looking to grow their skills and achieve their biggest ambitions.

 

Today we learn about:

  • Rick’s first experience of being mentored in music, and in church— which led to him leading the church at age 19
  • Why Rick spent $10k a year on a coach, when he barely had enough to cover food and rent
  • Look for a coach who is constantly growing and evolving themselves
  • Plus, a key business tip in the tech space that Rick learned from one of his first mentors

 

The Straight Truth: You can’t do it alone. Without coaches and mentors, you will only make incremental improvement; with them, you can grow exponentially.

 

The One Thing: You can always learn ‘one thing’ from everyone you know— whether from their good advice, or even their mistakes

 

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How do you tactically stay ahead of the curve— whether in a tech-based business, cryptocurrency, or digital branding? Business mogul Adam Buschbacher is back to answer these questions and more on All In by popular demand. He and Rick have another incredibly insightful conversation about:

 

  • Team culture— what’s fair to expect of the people you hire— and what’s asking too much
  • How to stay ahead of the changing tech landscape, and sell your business at the right time
  • How rote knowledge work has deadened some of our will to learn
  • The danger of labels, especially the term “millennial”
  • Why nostalgic music is so meaningful to us
  • What 5G will do to the future of media and business
  • And, a certain story involving a swirlie bet...

 

The One Thing: Let’s stop labeling people based on their generation; everyone should be free to grow at any age.

 

You can listen to Adam’s first All In episode here; or, search for EP04 of this show wherever you listen.

 

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When he was born, César was nicknamed “El Gordo” — the fatty. When he was 12, he realized how his weight began to hold him back— but it wasn’t until he hit rock bottom in his 30s that he knew he had to turn his health around. Now, he’s transforming the lives of his entire community through the thriving fitness startup, MX360 Fitness.

This lively conversation includes:

  • Cold immersion — how to set up your body burn calories for hours afterward! (Hint: it’s because of homeostasis)
  • How do you start your own fitness journey without getting overwhelmed, and what keeps people from falling off the wagon?
  • Why César went vegetarian — and why he doesn’t pressure others to make the same choice
  • How did César disentangle his body image from his identity?

...And, a surprise performance you'll have to wait 'til the end to hear!

The One Thing: Inform yourself about nutrition through research, so you can stand on your own nutrition principles.

 

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What are the 3 biggest cyber security risks today? Tune in for this info-packed episode; we’re airing Rick Jordan’s previously exclusive talk at the Board of Advisors on the top 3 cyber security threats. Rick also answers the live audience’s questions — and he may end up answering one you’ve had!

 

The 3 biggest areas of risk are:

  • Cyber warfare
  • Our own government
  • Need for money

 

The 3 ways you can protect yourself:

  • Use passwords and 2FA (two factor authentication)
  • Set up VPN
  • Encrypt all your data

 

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This week, Rick sits down with Mandy The Bos (as she’s known online) for a wide-ranging conversation on everything from brand identity, to what it really takes to be a founding entrepreneur, to the real inside threat to your company.

 

Top tips include:

  • Don’t expect things to go your way if you’re not putting in the effort
  • Build your personal brand! No matter what you do or post, it is a part of your personal brand — so it’s up to you to curate that intentionally
  • Over-deliver for your clients. It’s not always about money (though, over-delivering will likely pay off in the long run)

The One Thing: Stop using excuses; the world is freer now than it has ever been. Celebrate your freedom, and you’ll achieve things past generations never could.

 

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In today’s episode, Rick sits down for a first-time podcast episode with Jaina Jordan, a wonderful woman who just so happens to be his high school sweetheart, wife, and the mother to their amazing kids! Their conversation ranges from parenting, to integrating Rick’s busy travel schedule into their relationship, to everything in between.

 

As for parenting, they advise:

  • Don’t make your kids a little version of you, raise them to be better than you
  • If you and your partner have different parenting styles, that’s okay! Children do well with different styles in different scenarios
  • Parents make mistakes -- and that, too, is okay. No one’s perfect; what matters is not the mistakes you’ve made, but how you mend them

 

The One Thing (Rick): Blaze the trail for your kids; show them that they can blaze their own. Show them that they can do better; and hopefully, they’ll do even better than you.

The One thing (Jaina): Don’t blame your spouse; take a look into yourself, and really assess if there’s anything you can change to better your relationship.

The (second!) One thing (Jaina): Don’t discourage your kids; cultivate their dreams, even if they seem to fail.

 

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Welcome to Part 2! Be sure to listen to last week’s show if you haven’t yet. In this week's episode, Rick will be asking 3 key questions to determine whether you’re All In, both personally and professionally.

Plus: how do you get back up when life is dragging you down; do you practice habits that set you up for success; and what you can focus on right away to move toward your goals!

 

Today’s questions:

  • Are you All In on representing yourself -- and your brand/product/mission -- well?

 

  • What are your morning routines?

 

  • Are you taking care of yourself both physically and emotionally?

The One Thing: Take a good hard look at yourself. Take inventory of what you might need to change, then take it step-by-step to move more in alignment with your goals.

 

The Straight Truth: If you’re not involved in AI, you will fall behind where the world is heading. Keep up-to-date with AI, and you’ll be on track to be a part of the change -- rather than watching it happen.

 

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Today’s episode is all about getting to know yourself, and what motivates you to go All In. Rick opens up about his experiences being bullied growing up, and how he rose above the situation. This is part one of a two-part lesson on aligning your internal and external worlds.

 

Tune in for:

  • Cultivating skills, and why you should never force interest
  • Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, and letting go of your safety net so you have no choice but to succeed
  • Setting high goals, and achieving them, whether you have a diploma or not

 

The Straight Truth: You are not defined by your level of education, but rather by your level of effort.

 

The One Thing: What you do doesn’t matter; what matters is who you are, and who you are can be formed by fire or ice.

 

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Today’s episode is jam-packed with valuable information about the path to true wellness. Dr. Stephen Barrie is a physician, entrepreneur, scientist, teacher, keynote speaker, and author — and, one of the earliest pioneers in the world of the microbiome. Today, as the Chief Business Development Officer at Viome, Dr. Stephen Barrie has contributed to a system that takes microbiome testing to a new dimension.

 

Tune in for:

  • Dr. Barrie’s work assisting the Chinese Central Government incorporate functional medicine

  • Why it’s profitable for our current American healthcare (or, “sickness care”) system to give “Band-Aid” solutions
    • A simple explanation of the microbiome, and what happens when yours is unbalanced

 

The One Thing: The Universe is happy to help if you 1) ask, and 2) start taking steps yourself.

 

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Referenced: Viome - Microbiome testing kit

 

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Whether it’s in our job description or not, we’re all in sales. We all sell others on our abilities, our products, and our services regularly -- and face many of the same barriers to “Yes!” along the way.

 

In this episode, Rick reveals the 5 common objections (spoken or unspoken) from potential customers or partners that you’ll need to overcome, including:

 

  • They don’t see it as a part of their lifestyle
  • They don’t believe the outcome will be what you say it will be
  • They don't truly believe in you (or the company)
  • And more!

 

The Straight Truth: Anything other than a Yes is a No. (With one exception…)

 

The One Thing: When you go into a sales engagement, you’re telling a story.

 

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Get pumped! This week we’re going All In on some of the best pieces of advice shared so far on All In with Rick Jordan.

 

Listen in for:

  • Why personal brands are more powerful than company brands today
  • How your fitness is a keystone for so many areas of your life
  • Situational ethics -- the one rule to determine whether your actions are moral

  • We do judge a book by its cover… how and why you may want to update yours

 

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This week is a special episode! The podcast table is turned, as Rick Jordan is interviewed by the hosts of the Fast Fit Podcast (including former All In guest, Doug Zucco). You’ll hear more of his story revealed than ever before, including how Rick’s extreme methods led to his hospitalization, and a new perspective on true health.

Listen in for:

  • The healthy way to lose fat, and signs you may be doing more harm than good to your body
  • At what age we usually lose the ability to shed fat on our own, and what resources we can use to lose the extra fat
  • The missing element of many people’s weight loss journeys: knowledge. Just as important as dedication, you have to know what you’re doing to your body and have a plan in place

Documentary referenced: Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead

 

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Like music being more than just sound, communication is more than just our words. Rick talks about how he changed his image, and how it has affected his career.

 

Covered in today’s episode:

  • Listen when others give you feedback about how you’re coming off
  • You can’t compartmentalize your image on social media; it’s all part of your personal brand
  • Changing your image doesn’t work if it’s temporary -- true transformation requires a lifestyle change
  • Everything is permissible, but not everything is beneficial

 

Hear about Rick’s weight loss journey in more detail on (EP5) Utilizing Tech for Health with Doug Zucco

Find Rick’s favorite shirts at Robert Graham Clothing

Watch the film Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead

 

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Fewer than 20% of Americans know their credit score -- are you one of them? Tune in this week to hear credit and wealth expert Rondi Lambeth break down how to attain great credit, and how that can lead to a happier, healthier, wealthier life.

 

Covered in today’s episode:

  • Why 2 out of 3 of Americans couldn’t come up with $1000 -- even if their lives depended on it
  • 76% of employers will check your credit during the hiring process: how to get ahead of it and ensure you don’t miss out on the perfect position due to poor credit
  • How to utilize credit cards for your benefit, instead of just allowing them to benefit from you
  • And more!

 

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Find Rondi on his personal website, Fortress Credit Pro, or The School of Wealth Show.

 

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Do you want to know the key to overcoming what’s holding you back? This week, fitness expert and actor Grant Eastey talks about the struggles of being an actor, a father, and fitness trainer - and how he manages it all.

 

Listen in for:

  • Steps to transform your life for good
  • How to adapt your sales pitch per each potential customer to yield greater results
  • “You get back what you send out”: lessons in Karma, ethics, and honesty

 

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Feel like the world is against you? This week’s guest, John Trautman, has been there too. From barely graduating with his high school diploma, to providing for a family of 5 at just 23, to unexpected career changes, he’s always felt that he’s been against the odds. Yet, he’s now Co-Founder of a REKI, a successful real estate mentoring club, and VP of Business Development at Emerald City Smoothie. How did he do it? Tune in to find out.

 

Listen in for:

  • How to ignore the naysayers and go with your gut
  • Changing from a resolution to milestone mentality to increase your goal accomplishment
  • Learning to channel your jealousy of others into inspiration to do better and achieve higher levels of success

 

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Find out more about his company, REKI, on their website and Youtube channel.

Buy John’s book, Truth or Comfort.

 

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Four years ago, Doug left his second gym visit of the day - his usual daily routine - and dropped onto the pavement. After an emergency ER visit, his doctor informed him he was lucky to just be alive, for he had a specific type of fat that was causing heart problems: heart problems deemed the “widowmaker” for their high mortality rate. How could this healthy-eating, two-times-a-day-gym-goer, former professional athlete have issues with fat? That’s when he discovered the fatal visceral fat: and his company, Fast Fit Body Sculpting, was born.

 

Listen in for:


  • Losing weight vs fat: the difference between the two, and which you actually want to lose and why
  • How to utilize technology to help in your journey toward health: how Doug managed to take off the unseen fat in his body, and how he’s made it available for you, too!
  • Weight loss should be accessible to everyone! Just because you don’t have the energy to go to the gym regulatory doesn’t make you lazy - take baby steps toward healthy living, and remember to give your body time to adjust.

 

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Produced By: Creative Media Group

Producers: Laura Kaye Chamberlain and Sarah Jane Edmonds

 

Music Credits:

 

All In Theme Music - "In Indie Rock" by FortyTwoStudio. Licensed through Envato.

 

The One Thing Music - "Young and Free 01" by Sean Fischer. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

Other Music Used - "Good To Be Alive" by Adi Goldstein. Published by Soundscape Media. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

Do you fear change or embrace it? This week, Rick is joined by business and tech expert Adam Buschbacher, who’s been in every corner of business imaginable -- and watched as those who refuse to incorporate technological advances fall behind in this evolving digital world.

 

They cover:

  • Bitcoin: What is it? Why does it matter? Rick and Adam fact-check several myths about Bitcoin and discuss why it could be the future of all monetary exchanges.
  • Amazon: the good, the bad, and the Bezos -- yet, this business continues to stay at the top. Rick and Adam sound off some interesting facts that you might not have known about the business.
  • The 2016 Election: What role did technology play in the widely unexpected outcome?
  • And more!

 

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Rick’s References:

Blockchain: The Most Trusted Crypto Company

Satoshi Nakamoto: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System

Russell Brunson: Entrepreneur

Richard Branson: Founder of the Virgin Group

 

Production Credits:

 

Produced By: Creative Media Group

Producers: Laura Kaye Chamberlain and Sarah Jane Edmonds

 

Music Credits:

 

All In Theme Music - "In Indie Rock" by FortyTwoStudio. Licensed through Envato.

 

The Straight Truth Music - "Win Big Drums and Bass 01" by Briand Melanson. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

The One Thing Music - "Young and Free 01" by Sean Fischer. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

Other Music Used - "Good To Be Alive" by Adi Goldstein. Published by Soundscape Media. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

Feel like you don’t have balance in your life? Good! This week, Rick illuminates why integration, rather than balance, is what people should aiming for to achieve the most fulfilling life possible. He talks about how to have limitless time for family and your social life, while still devoting enough time to reach your professional goals — and how the two don’t have to be mutually exclusive.

 

In this episode, he covers:

  • How to deal with difficulties in your personal life and grow stronger from them
  • Including the important people in your personal circle in all aspects of your life
  • Avoiding the enemy of integration: compartmentalizing

 

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Unaccompanied minor program for airlines and for Disney Resorts.

 

 

Rick’s daughter with dolphins

 

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Production Credits:

 

Produced By: Creative Media Group

Producers: Laura Kaye Chamberlain and Sarah Jane Edmonds

 

Music Credits:

 

All In Theme Music - "In Indie Rock" by FortyTwoStudio. Licensed through Envato.

 

The Straight Truth Music - "Win Big Drums and Bass 01" by Briand Melanson. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

The One Thing Music - "Young and Free 01" by Sean Fischer. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

Other Music Used - "Good To Be Alive" by Adi Goldstein. Published by Soundscape Media. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

Are you stuck in a 9 to 5 job you dread going to every morning? Entrepreneurs, do you feel like you’ve plateaued in your business and unsure how to push past it? This week Rick Jordan sits down with team making specialist Remi Sorrentino, where they discuss the best way to find the perfect hires for your business or how to be hired for that job you’ve always wanted.

 

In this episode, they cover:

  • The pressure that solo-preneurs feel that do get everything right they have to do it themselves -- and how that ultimately leads to their downfall
  • Positive selfishness: ways to practice putting yourself first without putting others down
  • People spend as much time with their team at work as they do with friends and family in their personal lives. Remi and Rick give step by steps tasks to ensure a happy, collaborative, and fulfilling workplace for owner and team members alike

 

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Production Credits:

 

Produced By: Creative Media Group

Producers: Laura Kaye Chamberlain and Sarah Jane Edmonds

 

Music Credits:

 

All In Theme Music - "In Indie Rock" by FortyTwoStudio. Licensed through Envato.

 

The Straight Truth Music - "Win Big Drums and Bass 01" by Briand Melanson. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

The One Thing Music - "Young and Free 01" by Sean Fischer. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

Other Music Used - "Good To Be Alive" by Adi Goldstein. Published by Soundscape Media. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

If you have an insatiable curiosity about personal growth, business development, cyber security/technology, and giving back -- or any of those! -- this show is for you. All In is for the visionary entrepreneurs AND the linchpin employees who turn those visions into reality.

 

Today, Rick Jordan is the CEO of a large technology company -- but success didn’t come overnight, and it didn’t come without toil and lessons hard-earned. In Episode 1 of All In with Rick Jordan, you’ll get to know Rick’s background, and the moment that inspired this show.

 

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Rick’s References:

 

John Legere - CEO of T-Mobile

 

Epic Venison Bars

 

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Production Credits:

 

Produced By: Creative Media Group

Producers: Laura Kaye Chamberlain and Sarah Jane Edmonds

 

Music Credits:

 

All In Theme Music - "In Indie Rock" by FortyTwoStudio. Licensed through Envato.

 

The Straight Truth Music - "Win Big Drums and Bass 01" by Briand Melanson. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

The One Thing Music - "Young and Free 01" by Sean Fischer. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

Other Music Used - "Good To Be Alive" by Adi Goldstein. Published by Soundscape Media. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

Are you ready to commit fully to your vision of personal success? You’ve found the right podcast! Rick Jordan is here to share the lessons he and his guests have learned through decades spent developing their mindsets and businesses -- going all in so they can give back from a place of abundance. This season trailer will give you a taste of what’s to come. Be sure to subscribe, so you get the newest episodes every Monday!

 

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Production Credits:

 

Produced By: Creative Media Group

Producers: Laura Kaye Chamberlain and Sarah Jane Edmonds

 

Music Credits:

 

All In Theme Music - "In Indie Rock" by FortyTwoStudio. Licensed through Envato.

 

The Straight Truth Music - "Win Big Drums and Bass 01" by Briand Melanson. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

The One Thing Music - "Young and Free 01" by Sean Fischer. Published by Soundscape Audioworks. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.

 

Other Music Used - "Good To Be Alive" by Adi Goldstein. Published by Soundscape Media. Licensed through Storyblocks Audio.