Deconstructing Success
#14: “We are going to die” with Grant Cardone

#14: “We are going to die” with Grant Cardone

February 24, 2021

Welcome to the Deconstructing Success Podcast.  We have had an incredible increase in downloads and subscribers over the past couple of weeks and I wanted to welcome all of my new subscribers to my Podcast.  Thank you to everyone who has invested time into listening and supporting my Podcast.  It honestly means the world to me.  

 

Today is a very short and special episode.  I wanted to share one of my favourite moments when interviewing a successful entrepreneur.  My favourite interview by far is my interview with Grant Cardone.  He was so generous with his time, so respectful and gracious with my team and I and shared so many things that are truly of value.  My interview with Grant is a moment that I draw back on many times.  This following share is about Grant’s resilience & the strategies applied when things were very financially challenging for him in 2008 when it was the Global Financial Crisis.

 

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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE

 

Grant’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grantcardone

Grant’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grantcardone

Grant’s Website: https://www.grantcardone.com

#13: Gang Member to a $10M Company that Hires ex-convicts with Darrell Jobe (Part 2)

#13: Gang Member to a $10M Company that Hires ex-convicts with Darrell Jobe (Part 2)

February 22, 2021

Today’s episode is Part 2 of my interview with Darrell.  If you missed Part 1, make sure to go back and listen to the previous episode where we discover and dive deep into Darrell’s childhood, how he became a part of a gang, this feeling of Power when he felt invincible in the gang and how he used this to get revenge, his best friend who was murdered and so much more.

 

Darrell has one of those stories where he grew up in often ranked as one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S. Richmond, California, from going into prison and then making a better life for himself.  Darrell from a young age, ended up in a gang & was incarcerated as both a juvenile and a young adult. The 23-year-old was looking at a substantial amount of jail time when a judge showed him some leniency. Darrell was finishing his sentence in county jail when he made a promise to himself that he will create a better life for himself.

 

Fast forward to today, Darrell Jobe is the CEO & Founder of Vericool.  Vericool delivers sustainable insulation thermal coolers that protects products, people and the planet.

 

In today's episode we discuss:

 

  • How Darrell got started in his start-up business.
  • The turning point for him from working full time to then plunging into entrepreneurship.
  • Where he started when first establishing the packaging Company.
  • How he managed to raise millions for his start-up.
  • The importance of second chances and why he hires ex-cons.

 

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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:

Darrell’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrell-jobe-3b10a533/Vericool Packaging: https://vericoolpackaging.com/

#12: Gang Member to a $10M Company that hires ex-convicts with Darrell Jobe (Part 1)

#12: Gang Member to a $10M Company that hires ex-convicts with Darrell Jobe (Part 1)

February 20, 2021

Today’s guest is Darrell Jobe.  Darrell has one of those stories where he grew up in often ranked as one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S. Richmond, California, from going into prison and then making a better life for himself. 

Darrel from a young age, ended up in a gang & was incarcerated as both a juvenile and a young adult. The 23-year-old was looking at a substantial amount of jail time when a judge showed him some leniency. Darrell was finishing his sentence in county jail when he made a promise to himself that he will create a better life for himself.

Fast forward to today, Darrell Jobe is the CEO & Founder of Vericool.  Vericool delivers sustainable insulation thermal coolers that protects products, people and the planet.

 

Things we discussed:

 

  • Darrell’s upbringing & his relationship with his parents and sisters.
  • Growing up with a single mother and at times not having enough food to eat.
  • The impact that boarding school had on Darrell.
  • Why Darrell left home at the age of 13.
  • What life was like when Darrell was a part of a gang.
  • What it meant to be a gang member.
  • How Darrell dealt with anger and resentment.
  • The feeling of Power that Darrell felt and how he used this to get his revenge back. 

 

 

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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:

Darrell’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrell-jobe-3b10a533/Vericool Packaging: https://vericoolpackaging.com/

#11: From Broke to $3 Billion with Sharran Srivatsaa

#11: From Broke to $3 Billion with Sharran Srivatsaa

February 1, 2021

Today’s guest is CEO of Kingston Lane, Sharran Srivatsaa. In this episode, Sharran shares his incredible story of growing up from humble beginnings in India.  In 2011, Sharran walked away from his banking job on Wall Street to become the president of Beverly Hills-based Teles Properties.

 

At the time, the luxury real estate brokerage was making over $300 million annually. In just five years, Srivatsaa and his partners transformed the company into a business worth more than $3 billion — increasing its value 10 times over.  Srivatsaa is now a venture capitalist, sought-after business coach, and the CEO of real estate software company Kingston Lane.

 

Things we discussed:

 

The BIG 3

 

  1. The “singularity of focus” – 10x in 5 years and this is what we need to do every year to achieve this.  This gives purpose on everything that needs to be done. E.G their daily target was $5M per day.
  2. The “cadence of accountability” – coaches and mentors
  3. “Good process drives good results” – building infrastructure to drive results.

 

Other things we discussed:

 

  • Holding yourself accountable on a daily basis.
  • You cannot 10X only 1 part of your life. Everything else has to 10X with you, your family, your relationship, your health etc.
  • “Routines drive results”.
  • “Greatness is in the granularity”. – It is important that you need to know everything.  You don’t have to do everything, but you need to understand everything in your business.
  • Investing in your personal infrastructure.
  • Fear has no place on paper.
  • Sharran’s definition of Limitless Potential

 

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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE

 

Sharran’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jtmccormick/

Sharran’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scribemediaco/

Sharran’s 5AM Club: https://sharran.com/5amclub/

Sharran’s FREE 4-week MBA: https://sharran.com/4weekmba/?_fs=cbf246c7-c7a7-41d6-8eaf-1734a4303b34

#10: The 3 Steps to Create a Powerful Digital Brand with Tima Elhajj

#10: The 3 Steps to Create a Powerful Digital Brand with Tima Elhajj

January 17, 2021

Each week we will deconstruct a concept, an idea, a thought.  Basically it will be something valuable to you. Here at the Deconstructing Success Podcast our focus is for you to take action so we can help you & inspire you to improve your thoughts and ultimately your life.  

 

This week we are deconstructing “The 3 pillars of how to create a Powerful Personal Brand”.  

 

CLARITY

You must understand what your mission, vision & why is.  What is your end goal? Do you want to build a loyal community of individuals who believe in your mission & vision and become advocates of your why.  Do you want to be a mentor to the younger generation? Sell a course? Become a thought leader?   The most important question to ask yourself here is what is your why?  As Simon Sinek says “The WHY is the purpose, cause or belief that drives every one of us.”  His philosophy has influenced me a great deal and this is a question I ask myself all of the time to ensure that I have clarity around why I am doing the things that I am doing.

 

I work with a number of CEO’s & listed companies and one of the things I find that many struggle with is that they have no clarity.  No matter how big, small or successful their organisation, they forget why they started in the first place and where they wish to pursue.  

The reason why this is a huge problem is because they have no idea where they are heading.  This makes it difficult to be able to show up in a way that is in alignment to who they are.

 

CONNECTION

It's important to have a purpose, a mission & a real vision. If you're not connected to your company mission & vision.  I have found that many people are disconnected with their vision. If you are disconnected your target audience will not believe you.  Connecting with your purpose is the foundation that will help you construct success for your brand.

 

CONSISTENCY

There's power in being consistently persistent with your content. People assume that when they post a single piece of content that their entire network will view that content. This is simply not true.  Consistency is not spoken about enough.  If you are consistent with anything in your life (good & bad) you will see results.

 

The most important key to all of this is communicating your value successfully to your audience.  You want them to feel as though you are speaking directly to them & that you have completely understood what their heart desires.

 

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#9: Success is Possible with JeVon McCormick

#9: Success is Possible with JeVon McCormick

January 12, 2021

No matter what hardships you endure in life, making the most of a situation is ALWAYS possible!

 

Today on the show we’re talking with JeVon McCormick CEO of Scribe Media, and author of I Got There: How I Overcame Racism, Poverty, and Abuse to Achieve the American Dream. JeVon has had to overcome some true challenges in his life, from his father not being around much to getting sexually abused as an 8 year old, life was anything but easy for JeVon.

 

JeVon learned how to be a better person in every circumstance, he chose to not let his past bring him down, but show him how to improve. JeVon believes that becoming a smarter, better, harder working person is possible every single day.

 

TOPICS WE DISCUSSED

  • How JeVon grew up.
  • Why JeVon teared up when he got to be on a cover with the CEO of Budweiser.
  • The similarities between entrepreneurship and dealing drugs.
  • The three words JeVon removed from his vocabulary.
  • The one question JeVon asks himself every week.

 

 

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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE

 

Check out Scribe Writing: www.scribewriting.com

JeVon’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jtmccormick/

Scribe Media’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/scribe-media

Scribe Media’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scribemediaco/

Scribe Media’s Facebook: https://facebook.com/scribemediaco

JeVon reclaiming his name: https://qz.com/work/1914116/scribe-media-ceo-jt-mccormick-is-reclaiming-the-name-jevon/#:~:text=I%20figured%20out%20early%20on,improve%20my%20odds%20of%20success.

 

 

TIMESTAMPS

 

02:22 – What did JT want to be when he grew up?

06:52 – Never wanting to be in a position of life never knowing what to do at the age of 8

09:25 – Writing book for JT’s children and his children’s response to JT’s story

12:15 – JT’s parents and growing up as a child (You don’t know what you don’t know)

14:20 – JT’s mother, the first 9 years of JT’s life (Life Lesson: Keep going, non-stop attitude)

16:35 – JT’s view on women

18:15 – How to trust women after being sexually abused by women

20:15 – Not seeing himself as a Victim (Get up at 3.45am and get on with my day)

22:05 – Mindset on how to deal with Trauma (Does not compare to a Syrian Family)

23:10 – Not speaking to father for 30 years before he died and what would JT say? (Well played Dad)

25:30 – Drug dealers have an entrepreneurial mindset (People loving JT’s father)

27:20 – Drug dealers and pharmaceuticals 

30:08 – Seeing the first $1M come through.

31:28 – Being negative broke and how JT rebuilt himself.

37:08 – How to scale a business (You only fail if you stop trying)

38:00 – No-one talks about the Sacrifice that goes into success

40:54 – JT’s definition of success

41:38 – How JT became the CEO of Scribe Media

47:30 – How can start up’s hire an expert with little money

50:51 – Advice to Millennials & Gen Z’s

51:50 – The 3 words that JT has eliminated from his vocabulary

56:03 – What does JT do when he deals with challenges

57:25 – What JT would want his children to say about their father

59:43 – 1 lesson learned from JT’s childhood (The world is what you make of it)

01:01:58 – What impact does JT want to have on the world? (we can change a min of 30% of the lower economic community)

01:11:33 – What is JT’s definition of limitless potential?

#8: How to Overcome “Imposter Syndrome” with Tima Elhajj

#8: How to Overcome “Imposter Syndrome” with Tima Elhajj

January 10, 2021

Each week we will deconstruct a concept, an idea, a thought.  Basically it will be something valuable to you. Here at the Deconstructing Success Podcast our focus is for you to take action so we can help you & inspire you to improve your thoughts and ultimately your life.  

This week we are deconstructing “Imposter Syndrome”.  

If you believe your "false" story you will become your story. Why do we sabotage our own future success?  The story you tell yourself is the story you live.  The challenge with imposter syndrome is "𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡 𝙧𝙚𝙛𝙡𝙚𝙘𝙩 𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙖𝙧𝙚 𝙛𝙚𝙚𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙖𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 𝙞𝙣 𝙧𝙚𝙨𝙥𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙚 𝙩𝙤 𝙩𝙝𝙤𝙨𝙚 𝙛𝙚𝙚𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙨 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡 𝙨𝙩𝙧𝙚𝙣𝙜𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙛𝙖𝙡𝙨𝙚 𝙗𝙚𝙡𝙞𝙚𝙛."

 

Here are some tips on how you can overcome Imposter Syndrome:

 

1. Raise your upper limit

  • Expanding & raising your upper limit is a skill that you can cultivate. 
  • Redefine what success means to you.

 

2. You took your focus off the game

  • Get your momentum back. 
  • Focus on the "follow through" and the execution to re-engage with your work.
  • Engaging will help you regain your confidence & your positive thoughts will come flowing. 

 

3. Ask yourself "Where is the evidence?"

  • When you ask yourself this question in that moment of feeling that you are not good enough, you will soon realise that there is no evidence. 
  • It is just the story you are telling yourself.

 

The only thing you can control in your life is what you focus on.

Which story do you choose?

Your future success is waiting for you.

 

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#7: The Netflix Story with Marc Randolph

#7: The Netflix Story with Marc Randolph

January 4, 2021

How can you disrupt your industry?

 

On today’s show we’re talking with Marc Randolph, co-founder of Netflix, and author of That Will Never Work: The Birth of Netflix and the Amazing Life of an Idea. Marc started several companies before co-founding Netflix at age 39. He is passionate about solving unique problems every day, and believes in creating a good work/life balance.

Marc wants to stay fulfilled in his everyday life, the money was never important to him. Finding opportunities, and ways to capitalize on those opportunities is what Marc lives for.

 

On today’s episode we discuss:

 

  • What Marc wanted to do growing up.
  • How to create a great company culture.
  • What it means to be an entrepreneur.
  • Why the initial idea doesn’t matter when creating a startup.
  • How to begin solving any problem.

 

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TIMESTAMPS

 

02:30 - The glorification of entrepreneurship.

03:45 - How Marc’s childhood created a fantastic foundation for him. 

05:30 - As a kid Marc would say, “I would love to invent something.” “Dream to invent something”

08:40 - Entrepreneurship to Marc is a compulsion.

11:15 - Netflix was Marc’s 6th company.

13:40 - The importance of Company Culture.

15:15 - The Netflix story.

21:00 - The difference between loving the process of what you are doing and loving the content which you are selling.

28:30 - “Lets launch something and collide it with reality”.

30:10 - The importance of focusing obsessively on the one or two things that are critical for business success.

31:53 - The Netflix subscription model.

34:00 - The $1 Million dollar Netflix Website.

37:00 - You can try 1000 ideas to get that 1 idea.

37:20 - What Marc looks for when in business.

43:08 - Is wanting something that you can teach someone or does it have to come from within them?

46:10 - Marc talks about how the massive money after listing Netflix impacted his life.

47:51 - What success is to Marc?

51:53 - “You don’t get what you don’t try to get”

54:40 - Immediately put the idea into use.

#6: Goal Setting vs “Your Ideal Self” with Tima Elhajj

#6: Goal Setting vs “Your Ideal Self” with Tima Elhajj

January 2, 2021

Each week we will deconstruct a concept, an idea, a thought.  Basically it will be something valuable to you. Here at the Deconstructing Success Podcast our focus is for you to take action so we can help you & inspire you to improve your thoughts and ultimately your life.  

This week we are deconstructing “identity drives behaviour”.  

 

In today’s episode we discuss:

  • The concept of “Identity drives behaviour”.
  • Why this is powerful.
  • The process on how to do this.
  • What to do when faced with challenges.

 

This is not just about money, work & business.  This is about transforming your identity and applying these behaviours (habits) every day to make changes in all areas of your life. 

The areas to look at include; your career, your wealth, your health, your relationships, your family, your friendships, your community & your spirituality.

Every area that you want to create a change for must be accompanied with a paragraph describing your ideal self.  So once you have chosen what your identity will be, think of how this person show’s up in many scenarios;

 

  • the good and the bad
  • work & family
  • when confronted with challenges
  • when they are celebrating
  • their morning / night routine
  • the foods that they eat
  • how they deal with stressful situations
  • what type of clothes do they wear
  • how they speak when under pressure
  • how they lead their family, wife / husband, children etc.

 

Be very specific here. Be detailed and include descriptions including, what you are wearing, how you are feeling, the smells and colours of your surroundings, the time of the year it is, describe every possible detail that you can think of. 

The identity and the scenarios need to feel real in your mind, this is why describing things in such a depth is important.

This exercise will show you the person you are capable of becoming. 

Start each paragraph with.....

  • "As a business woman/man I want to......."
  • "As a wealthy woman/man I want to......."
  • "As a healthy woman/man I want to......."
  • "As a wife/husband/partner I want to......."
  • "As a mother/father/brother/sister/daughter/son/family member I want to......."
  • "As a friend I want to......."
  • "As a community member I want to......."
  • "As a spiritual person I want to......."

 

When you are writing your paragraph, detail how you will face challenges as well as your successes.  So when you are writing these descriptive paragraphs, If you are including other people who are in your life / may want to have in your life also describe how you want to make them feel through the action you are taking by applying these behaviours.  Be detailed, be specific, be creative and have fun whilst doing this. 

So with this identity you are constructing you also need to construct a new internal dialogue so that when you are applying the behaviours / habits, you believe them to be true.  Of course, it is not just about thinking it, it is only powerful & results will come through with application.

 

  • I am a creative, so I need to create everyday.
  • I am a writer, so I need to write everyday.
  • I am a runner, so I need to run everyday.

 

Think of the outcomes that you want in your life and ask yourself this question…

 

“Who is the type of person that (fill in the gaps)?”  For example, “Who is the type of person that writes a book?”  

 

Another powerful question to ask yourself throughout the day when faced with challenges is this, so for example let’s say you want to be healthy and you have not prepared a healthy mean for yourself and you are hungry and want to eat.  You could order fast food or a salad. 

 

The question to ask here is, “what would a healthy person do?”

 

The point of all of this is that if you act / show up as this person (this identity) you have created for yourself, you apply these behaviours on a daily basis then you will eventually become that person.  Focus on becoming this type of person everyday.  The frequency is just as important as everything else we covered today.

You have the power to change your beliefs about yourself.  Your identity is not set in stone and we all have the ability to change our beliefs through applying different behaviours or applying habits. 

The more you repeat a habit / behaviour the more you will reinforce the identity associated with that behaviour.  So the more evidence you have for a belief, you will organically believe in this in a powerful way.

Our lives are a series of moments, and you have a choice in every moment.  

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but I want you to think of all of the other years where you made promises to yourself and did not honour them.  They were empty promises.  

 

A question I ask you is this…

 

”If your life is still the same and has not changed for the better in 12 months time, how will that make you feel about yourself?”  

 

This is your moment.  

This is your moment to be that person you have always wanted to be.  

Let the construction begin.

 

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#5: Find Your Purpose with Dr. John Demartini

#5: Find Your Purpose with Dr. John Demartini

December 28, 2020

How do we find our purpose in life?

 

On today’s episode, I interview the incredible Dr. John Demartini. Dr John Demartini is an international speaker, founder of the Demartini Institute and author of over 40 books. Dr John Demartini has studied over 30,000 books and with his wisdom, education, real life obstacles and determination...this has led him to create & design programs to empower and activate leadership and the potential in all seven areas of our life.  His teachings start at the core of the issue, addressing the human factor and range out to a multitude of proven powerful tools.

 

In today’s episode we discuss:

 

  • The importance of gratitude.
  • What drives our decision making process.
  • Value system & belief systems
  • How to reconnect with our intuitions.
  • Depression & anxiety.
  • How to find one’s purpose.  
  • Dr John Demartini’s definition of “Limitless Potential”.

 

 

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TIMESTAMPS

 

01:55 - Discussion about Dr Demartini’s childhood & background

05:00 - How Dr John Demartini overcame his learning problems and how he changed his life.

06:40 - The moment that Dr John Demartini knew he would be a worldwide speaker.

07:45 - How Dr John Demartini taught himself how to read and excel in learning so that he could teach.

09:45 - When Dr John Demartini realised that his self-belief is important to maximise his potential.

12:40 - What was Dr John Demartini’s  process like trying to read the 8 sets of encyclopaedias?

13:30 - How learning to read and understand information helped Dr John Demartini have greater self awareness.

14:39 - What did students see in Dr John Demartini?

16:00 - Why students were interested in Dr John Demartini’s teachings.

16:45 - How did Dr John Demartini continue feeling determined and how he kept pushing on?

18:30 - How can one find their purpose?

20:45 - Why do people compare their lives to others?

22:30 - Do people need to monetise their purpose?

23:05 - How to live an inspired life.

23:45 - How can people reconnect with their intuition?

26:00 - Why values are so important and how they impact our decision making process.

27:35 - What inspires Dr John Demartini?

28:40 - Where is anxiety and depression heading?

33:20 - Advice to those that are feeling depressed & feel misunderstood.

36:20 - Why does our mind resort back to the stories that we tell ourselves?

37:20 - Why are some resistant to doing the hard work?

38:45 - Imposter syndrome, and to overcome it.

42:00 - What should people do with their negative thoughts?

42:38 - What sort of negative thoughts come to Dr. John Demartini?

43:10 - Everything goes back to values & our value system.

44:00 - How can one honour who they are when they aren’t ready for it?

44:35 - What are some of the quality questions that people can ask themselves?

45:30 - Does Dr. John Demartini have days when he feels unmotivated and uninspired?

46:22 - The importance of gratitude.

47:10 - When Dr. John Demartini is listing gratitude, what form are they in?

48:10 - The deserve limit.

48:05 - How can one move from a poverty mindset towards a financial growth mindset?

51:20 - Is it possible for everyone to live & apply the financial growth mindset?

52:08 - Dr. John Demartini’s view on why we are here on this planet?

53:00 - Where to find more information about Dr. John Demartini’s work.

54:45 - What is Dr. John Demartini’s definition of limitless potential?

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