#PrimeNYT Culture and Camaraderie Podcast: Episode 7 — My Families Success is My Success (@camaraderiepod)

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Its either the energy of PrimeNYT I got going on but I really didn’t expect us to be going off like this on our recent episode, like for real… My families success is my success and breaking that down for the people and going on about being open and striving and hustling and how we sometimes fall short but as men have to find a way to get back up.

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Responsibility to ourselves and responsibility to the people around us and how much of that we take on the chin. As a leader I put the weight and success of all others on myself because I’m sure I can take it but there are some people who I shouldn’t be taking responsibility for because they aren’t my friends and I have to know the difference.

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When we speak on responsibility family and success and whether or not we choose to be a leader for others all things all people want must be congruent and there should be a ways you can take someone’s success under your wing as I see it. How though, how competent do any of us feel to shoulder that responsibility because there are so many things you got to learn to get to that stage the little and important lessons of dealing with people

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Culture and Camaraderie Podcast: Ep7 — Negotiating With Time (@camaraderiepod)

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I am so happy and grateful we’re able to bring another episode, this episode is genuinely one of our most introspective episodes and I feel it is our best conversation to date. Talking about things as personal we do, we came together and decided to speak about ourselves and the roles we play in each other’s lives as well as our families and what that means when you’re the creative of the family.

We kicked it off talking about how our weeks went Tyler has got a new job and is exploring new territories in his life, while I see this we speak on what these new factors involved, when we speak on #30DBC and all that it took Tyler to accomplish what he did and having it stop so abruptly having to get to the real reasons that happened and how we’ll be about to move forward from it.

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Our conversation was really deep and centered around family a lot as well as relationships which was really the expanded conversation of the last part of our previous podcast speaking on our Relationship with Family and Community because to be really real if we’re going to be leaders, win or lose, we have to accept what comes at us. I used to speak of Damocles a lot it’s important to not here, we wear the crown because we bear the responsibility.

Responsibility to ourselves and responsibility to the people around us and how much of that we take on the chin. As a leader I put the weight and success of all others on myself because I’m sure I can take it but there are some people who I shouldn’t be taking responsibility for because they aren’t my friends and I have to know the difference.

When we speak on responsibility family and success and whether or not we choose to be a leader for others all things all people want must be congruent and there should be a ways you can take someone’s success under your wing as I see it. How though, how competent do any of us feel to shoulder that responsibility because there are so many things you got to learn to get to that stage the little and important lessons of dealing with people

Whatever Moves Your Dial

Not Your Typical

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Culture and Camaraderie Podcast: Ep6 — Relationships with Community and Family (@camaraderiepod)

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Here we are on the Sixth episode of the Culture and Camaraderie podcast. Tyler and `I are really getting our act together and setting aside our time and schedules to bring to you this content a few asked for and a few more are enjoying.

Brief intermission on some anime talk till we go into being informed on what your community needs from you to really dig deep and have your eyes open to that type of value that’s in the world. I really want to get into that more and will possibly write an article on it. Those relationships though come when you have a grasp on how you were trained at home, making sure you’re not so defensive and taking things personal you’re able to take aboard new ideas and offer the best.

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That all starts at home and I have a serious conversation about how much your family represents how you see the outside world and I give some real thoughts on that because its a conversation that I take very seriously due to how hard and how serious I take family.

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