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Episode Info: (http://survivingthearena.tv/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/76-300x167.jpg)Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear. George Addair This weeks podcast episode: Going and Getting It Video years ago...couldn't find. Guy holding a sign, looking for job. Then, recently reading a book about systematizing small businesses called Work the System Chapter called ...Getting it New Construction...Building Spec Homes Friend having new home built...been taking photos, asking questions. Home to work over the next week on finishing the course and then going to put together some drawings and ideas and locate a draftsman, check with townships to see what they require for building spec homes. Steve Cook always delivers the goods in his training programs. 3 Ways to Get Over Fear 1) Take a small action toward your goal. Will leaving you feeling more confident. 2) Think "what is the worst that can happen?"  "will I die from this choice?" 3) Have others done this already?  Are they smarter than me?  Did they die? Made a Private Money Loan Little fearful...especially since I am in a 2nd position on it...but I feel good that even if things don't work out I'm protected with a deed in escrow and that the borrower would be a man of integrity and do everything possible to get me paid, or make it right with me.  So, that's been a new adventure The Guy Who Thought all his employees should make $70K. http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/seattle-company-copes-with-backlash-on-70000-minimum-wage/ (http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/seattle-company-copes-with-backlash-on-70000-minimum-wage/) a few customers disagreeing with the perceived political statement withdrew their business. Others, anticipated price increases, or realized they were probably paying too much...took business elsewhere. While dozens of new clients, inspired by Price’s announcement, were signing up, those accounts will not start paying off for at least another year. To handle the flood, he has had to hire a dozen additional employees — now at a significantly higher cost. Two of his most prized empoloyees quit...ticked off that it was unfair to double pay of new people... and people who may not earn a higher wage. I think he also had to move out of his house and is renting...think I remember hearing that on a video. $15/hour minimum wage. Creature from Jekyll Island DC House Update It's sold.  More about it in a blog post. Quick run-down Indoor Pool House turned out
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