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What Makes Your Life Fulfilled?

Arnaud, conscious technologist, philanthropist, author, and visionary has been inspiring businesses and individuals around the world since decades by helping them reach their highest potential. 

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     Armando Aiteri - CEO of Neubloc, a strategic consulting and implementation firm focused on AI including generative AI.
  • The Power of Customized Sales Strategies: Getting It Wrong To Get It Right

    Welcome back to another episode of "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right"! I'm your host, Joe Dalton, and in today's episode, we have a special guest joining us, Jeb Blount from a company that specializes in developing playbook works for businesses. Jeb is here to share his insights on the art of prospecting and overcoming rejection in sales.Throughout our conversation, Jeb highlights the importance of tailoring sales strategies to each company's unique vision, message, and system. Drawing parallels to coaching a football or rugby team, Jeb emphasizes the effectiveness of implementing a systematic approach to running sales plays.
  • Negotiating with Confidence: Harnessing Tactical Empathy for Better Results With Chris Voss

    Welcome back to "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right", the podcast that explores the art of negotiation and how learning from our mistakes can lead to success. In this episode, we have a special guest joining me– none other than Chris Voss himself, the CEO of Black Swan Group and a renowned expert in the field of negotiation. Get ready to delve into the fascinating world of negotiating as if your life depended on it, as Chris Voss shares his valuable insights and strategies. From dealing with hard bargainers who threaten and scare you to understanding and utilizing tactical empathy, Chris will provide you with practical tips to navigate even the most challenging negotiation scenarios.But that's not all – we'll also uncover the secrets behind effective skill development, and how repetition and consistent practice can transform your negotiation abilities. Learn why emotional intelligence plays a pivotal role in successful negotiations and discover the different negotiating styles that can be tailored to your unique strengths and weaknesses.And if you've ever wondered about the importance of preparation and gathering information before a negotiation, we've got you covered. Chris will shed light on how the negotiating table can be your best ally and why understanding the other side's emotions is key to reaching mutually beneficial agreements.Join us for an insightful and engaging conversation with Chris Voss, as we uncover his experiences as a 24-year veteran of the FBI and explore his innovative negotiation methodology. With real-life examples and practical tips, this episode will equip you with the tools you need to negotiate like a pro and achieve your desired outcomes. Get ready to master the art of negotiation – because in this episode, we're getting it wrong to get it right.
  • From Bankruptcy to Blockchain: How Bitcoin Saved a Struggling Entrepreneur

    On this episode of Getting It Wrong To Get It Right, our host Joe Dalton sits down with guest Clare Darwish, who shares her personal journey through the world of investing, property markets, and the corrupt nature of banking and politics. Clare started a successful letting agency, sourcing properties for investors, including those from Ireland. However, she faced a difficult time when the property market crashed, struggling to pay her mortgage. This experience opened her eyes to the corrupt systems in banking and politics, leading her to believe that changing the system is unlikely in her lifetime. Clare emphasizes the importance of being concerned about your money in the bank and seeking help from financial experts.
  • From Servant to Sovereign: Dorothy Journey in 'The Wizard of Oz

    On this episode of Getting It Wrong To Get It Right, Joe Dalton invites guest Dave to discuss and analyze the classic story, "The Wizard of Oz." They delve into the various allegorical elements and hidden meanings present throughout the narrative. Dave points out that the character Dorothy serves as the only servant figure in the story and highlights her choices as she navigates through a series of challenges. The hosts draw attention to the revelation that Dorothy had real money, specifically silver shares, all along, prompting her to realize that she can rebuild herself independently.
  • Striking the Balance Between Safety and Choice

    Gary Nuttall believes in the importance of choice and options in society. He recognizes the necessity of regulations in certain areas, but also advocates for a libertarian world where individuals have freedom. As long as both regulated and libertarian approaches can coexist, Gary sees it as acceptable. However, he is wary of situations where one side tries to eliminate the other, as this leads to polarization, conflicts, and troubles. Joe Dalton
  • The hidden tabo thats affecting our younger population

    Join us for our latest podcast episode "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right" I will be chatting with Barry Aughey from LA519. Barry shares how we can help our youth navigate through their teenage years. We'll delve into the challenges that young people face today and explore how we can support them in making the transition to adulthood. #podcast #mentalhealth #teenages #netwirking #SuicidePrevention
  • Mind Over Matter: Maximizing Brain and Body Performance

    On this episode of Getting It Wrong To Get It Right, the speaker delves into the concept of "burning desire," which many people struggle with due to the belief that desire is a low-level emotion on the scale of consciousness. They explain that taking action and truly believing in your desire is crucial, and merely having a desire without action or belief is equivalent to wishful thinking. Additionally, the speaker addresses the common issue of poor sleep and its potential causes, such as regretting past actions or worrying about the future. They emphasize the importance of understanding and coming together despite disagreements or different opinions. The speaker also explains the science behind good sleep and the importance of activating the parasympathetic nervous system to reduce stress throughout the day. They touch on the negative impacts of modern technology, such as mobile phones emitting blue light and electromagnetic fields at night, and how they disrupt our sleeping patterns. Finally, the speaker invites listeners to be mindful of their actions, ask themselves empowering questions, and focus on what they can do as individuals or communities to create a peaceful world.Joe Dalton
  • Uncovering the Hidden Agendas Behind Commerce

    On this episode of Getting It Wrong To Get It Right, host Joe Dalton invites Cal Washington, a musician and self-litigant, to discuss how treating the court system like a business can yield positive results. Cal discovered that the court system, like the government, is a corporation oriented towards profit. The speaker emphasizes the importance of overcoming fear and learning the law of merchant, which can empower individuals and turn the situation around. Joe questions what the system will do to control the building momentum of people questioning and researching the government and their own participation in it, with some refusing to recognize or consent to it. The speaker believes that there are four hidden agendas behind commerce and that commerce is based on money, which can be dealt with in the same arena and defeated. The episode covers a broad range of topics, including birth certificates, maritime law, and the Hudson Bay charter, and ends with a call to action for people to meet like-minded individuals and talk about going back to the designed way of the