Airborne Entrepreneur’s Podcast
20. Episode - Interview with Aaron: “What’s it like to work for a Rothschild bank.”

20. Episode - Interview with Aaron: “What’s it like to work for a Rothschild bank.”

January 3, 2021

Airborne Entrepreneur Podcast - Interview with Aaron: "What's it like to work for a Rothschild bank."
We are all building our businesses and teams and driving them to achieve numbers and results.
Sometimes we forget what is most important and that is the environment we are creating and quality of attitudes we are able to bring to daily conversations, negotiation or work.
Even Rothschild firm is built on the highest priorities like high-quality leaders, high-performance values, attitudes, standards, reputation and vision that creates a very high performing environment and healthy culture.

Aaron's team is driven by trust, friendships and teamwork. There is more pressure on the quality of relationships, trust and knowledge than financial results. What I mean by that, the financial results is of course important but it is not measured on a weekly or monthly basis because they are aware that the negotiation can take sometimes more than 18 months.

Why don't follow and model this structure? Why don't set up your company culture as a high performing culture as the first step to a sustainable and profitable business?

Remember: "A Brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad to lose it"

I always help firms to see this element and implement a critical alignment model as a base and foundation for a successful business.

Take care and chat soon

Alex

https://thementoringeffect.com

19. Episode - Critical Alignment Model for High Performance & Leadership Innovation

19. Episode - Critical Alignment Model for High Performance & Leadership Innovation

December 13, 2020

Critical Alignment Model for High Performance & Leadership Innovation.

This framework is the four dimensions of experience we will find in any situation or context. It can be in personal life or business.

IT INCLUDES  4 different elements.

Environment 

The qualitative aspects of the situation, including as an example - the vision, the values, the beliefs, the purpose of the context we’re within.

Structure 

The quantitative aspects of the situation, including the benchmarks for success, the divisions of a company or within a team, the product centres, the operations manuals, the checklists, the policies, the procedures, and the lead measures and the lag measures.

Implementation 

What actually occurs, when it occurs, how often it occurs, who does it, when, and how do they demonstrate they’ve done it, what evidence is there it’s done, and who tracks it, how often, and how.

People 

Who is developed, what are they developed in (what areas), what skills do they have, how are those skills assessed and developed, what scope is there to go beyond their current abilities or skills, or often are they mentored, what’s expected of them within the mentoring, whether it’s formal or informal

Each of these dimensions has other forces at play, but these are the main areas we would consider when assessing and improving a team, an organisation or any context we find ourselves within.

 

Alexandra

Leadership & Performance Coach, Mentor

 

Fort more information contact me on:

alex@thementoringeffect.com

 

 

18.Episode - Interview with Matt Lavars. “You are only one thought away from creating a change”.

18.Episode - Interview with Matt Lavars. “You are only one thought away from creating a change”.

November 15, 2020

Airborne Entrepreneur Podcast - Interview with my very special guest Matt Lavars.

I've met Matt at The Coaching Institute in Melbourne, four years ago.

He was one of the Coaching Institute trainers. I saw his personal growth in front of my eyes during those four years. I was impressed by how much commitment, consistency, energy and drive he brought into his personal development and growth.

His hunger for growth and learning is absolutely inspiring.

He is a professional coach, facilitator, trainer, mentor and an expert in emotional intimacy. We decided to have a bit deeper conversation about our thinking, behaviour and language. How important is to become an aware human being and take responsibility for our actions in any situation of our life.

I love his final thought:

"You are only one thought away from creating a change," "A lot of people think the change is so distant in the future. That's not true. You are only one thought away from creating a change"

Thank you very much

Enjoy your listening

With love

Alex

Episode - Interview with Kyle Spyrides - Soulgazing - Purposeful living

Episode - Interview with Kyle Spyrides - Soulgazing - Purposeful living

November 1, 2020

Welcome to my new episode of Airborne Entrepreneur. 

This time I invited my friend, Kyle Spyrides, the creative photographer capturing peoples' souls and beauty of true nature.

He is not only a photographer, but he is also very skilled and talented in business and life.

He is on his journey to becoming a person who will move peoples' lives, influence and inspire others on their personal journey.

Kyle is an amazing human being and I can see his positive and driven energy to help and contribute to the world. 

He is writing his first book and we are officially the first podcast that had the opportunity to announce that to the public.

 

Enjoy the interview :-)

With love

Alex

16. Episode - Disruptive Leadership - Culture is King of Business

16. Episode - Disruptive Leadership - Culture is King of Business

October 17, 2020

Disruptive leaders are those who break mould constructively. They break the rules they hold them and others back and create a positive and innovative change.

Even though all leaders are very different they have similar attributes and impulses: they know people are the most important part of business and their employee engagement is essential to success and that this engagement is coming from giving their people freedom.

 

This means to create and facilitate a space where everyone can think for themselves, they can speak their minds and they can bring ideas and innovations to the boss.

Disruptive leaders are usually quietest.

What that means is that when the CEO is taking over the company and team they are advised to communicate their vision straight away and show people who are in charge.

But the truth is, those who lead successfully and most effectively and are able to sustain business growth in the long term are listening rather than talking right from the start.

Enjoy the listening

Alex

alex@thementoringeffect.com

15. Episode - Principles for business success with my guest Chris Jackson

15. Episode - Principles for business success with my guest Chris Jackson

September 28, 2020

Airborne Entrepreneur - podcast interview about Principles for business success with Chris Jackson.

It is my pleasure to have here my special guest Chris, my friend, my mentor and inspiration.

It is so important to open this conversation and open the conversation about self-awareness and mindset.

Everyone should start their own journey of self-development and discover what are their limiting beliefs around wealth creation and money.

The right money and wealth creation mindset is the most important and main component for success. Main benefits to unlocking and shifting your limitations around you, money and others are:

- increase in self-awareness what brings high-quality decisions making

- better relationships with business partners, partners or clients

- increase in profits and client base

- financial freedom

- conscious living what creates more happiness and wealth.

There are so many health benefits which help to create amazing motivation and inspiration.

You will feel energised, happier and live your full potential.

Enjoy Alex

You can find me on alex@thementoringeffect.com and

you can find and connect with my guest Chris Jackson on

Chrisjacksoncoaching.com

Info@chrisjacksoncoaching.com

14. Episode -Self-Awareness as a strong foundation for good decisions making

14. Episode -Self-Awareness as a strong foundation for good decisions making

September 6, 2020

Self-Awareness as a strong foundation for good decisions made.

Self-awareness is a vital first step in taking control of your life, creating what you want, and mastering your future. Where you choose to focus your energy, emotions, personality, and reactions determines where you will end up in life.

When you are self-aware, you can see where your thoughts that create emotions are guiding you. It allows you to take control of your actions and behaviour so you can make the necessary changes to get the outcomes you desire.

This may include changes to your emotions, your behaviour and that will influence your everyday choices and action.

Would you like to increase your self-awareness and become an unstoppable leader or entrepreneur?

Take your first conscious action - Book your call NOW: https://meetings.hubspot.com/alex1055

With Regards

Alex

13. Episode - Interview with Alex & Caroline Marshall

13. Episode - Interview with Alex & Caroline Marshall

August 23, 2020

Thank you for tuning into my Airborne Entrepreneur Podcast and listen an interview with Alexandra Holcbarova and Caroline Marshall.

Caroline Marshall is a traveller, podcasting professional, business coach and director at Ningi Careers in Western Australia. She s specialising in transitioning people into sustainable employment pathways. We talked about business and what is important to become a successful business owner. She explains how to plan and how important is to know your WHY. You can find and connect with Caroline under her name (Caroline Marshall) on Facebook and Linkedin.

Enjoy :-)

Alex

For more information you can find me on:

https://thementoringeffect.com/advance-your-business/ or on my email: alex@thementoringeffect.com

12. Episode Interview with Alexander Waters

12. Episode Interview with Alexander Waters

August 7, 2020

Great conversation about life, life-work balance, purpose and thoughts. Why you do what you do in your life and what is really making you feel good.

Alex is searching more for peace and balance than just chasing money.

Alex is a father and a successful entrepreneur, founder of Workspaceco, founder Realmark Karratha and he is running his own Alex Waters show. He managed to earn millions at a very early age and now, in his thirties, he realised that money is not his priority. 

He is enjoying his life and searching for more in his life and form deeper connections. 

Enjoy the conversation.

Alex

11. How to create your irresistible offer

11. How to create your irresistible offer

July 17, 2020

What is that you are actually offering?

Are you clear on your offer?

Your offer should have 5 major attributes and that is:

  1. It has to be SPECIFIC - you teach something very specific they can use straight away and implement easily. You need to give them something that will help them to win the first step or overcome the challenge!
  2. It has to be TANGIBLE - people have to be able to describe their win very simple way.
  3. It MUST APPEAL - speak to one person you must know your Avatar! 
  4. Must be UNIQUE - GET CREATIVE. when I am talking about uniqueness it is more about the name of the product and description maybe colours, delivery or the way how you advertise.
  5. Has to be ASPIRATIONAL - aspire your ideal clients to better health, a better relationship, or a better life.

Ascension model is basically for levelling up your offer and making your ideal client purchase straight away. Ascension model can have a few levels - we are usually using 3 or 4 levels. In order to create an Ascension Model for your business, you need to know what problems you are solving. It’s important to understand that solving problems for your ideal client is progressive, it happens over time. Once the client finishes a program with you they are going to ask, “what’s next?”. That’s when you ascend them up the value ladder.

Enjoy

Alex

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