Quantum Marketing With Josh And Cheryl In Golden Shores, Arizona, USA
Imagine What You Could Do With 6 Arms!
Combine those arms with being G.I. Jane and you have your introduction to the Business Warrior Ways.
You would be taking massive action and making stuff happen! That’s exactly what Josh and Cheryl have been experiencing implementing a system. A system fostering a 2017 quantum level mindset and self-development which combined have the potential to catapult your business to the next level.
Key to this level of productivity is real focus and taking individual ownership, as two and also united as a couple. A commitment to continually educating yourself. Thereby getting a little bit better everyday that you sharpen your skills.
Enjoy this interview with just such a couple:
Welcome to this next episode of The Beloved Miracles Couples Project.
Today we’re reaching from Norway to Golden Shores area in Arizona USA.
Hi Cheryl and Josh. Hi! How’s it going guys!
Cheryl and Josh Chavez are with Quantum Marketing and are implementing a system empowering others with what they call the Business Warrior Ways. So guys…where does your story begin?
Well, we’ve been married for over 11 years and when we first got married we knew somehow we wanted to just be entrepreneurs together. So we’ve struggled and struggled and tried all sorts of stuff. We knew that we needed to figure out how the internet worked, and how to do online marketing.
1:03 So luckily technology keeps getting better and better, and there are systems out there that really train you so that you are clear and focused on your directive. It helps expand your business so much quicker and faster and smoother with less stress. So…that is our thing, and that is what we do, and that’s what we teach.
It is just fantastic with the information that’s available to us now.
I’m loving what you’re calling it and what you’re doing there, Business Warrior Ways. So I hope you’ll share the story behind that as well.
1:41 Oh yeah, definitely! Cheryl and I have done pretty much everything from digging in diesel trenches to driving semi trucks to working in Dental Offices, Law Offices, Courts. We pretty much done a very wide spectrum of businesses, so… I would say through all those years we have gained a lot of knowledge to be able to share with people.
Ironically enough, through all of our job experiences both of us separately, at two different job locations always tended to be the person that everybody would come to, to make things more proficient, more organized, more on just to work better and easier. Unfortunately for us, we found ourselves organizing ourselves right out of jobs.
2:42 We made it so proficient that several people including ourselves ended up being laid off. Because we’ve made places paperless, we have made things more proficient; and I just last two weeks ago, finally retired from working as a Librarian. And everybody kept coming to me for business advice. They started asking me, so this is what all librarians do. I’m like, ‘no, that’s just me. I’m like, okay, I gotta really work for myself. We really have to do this! We do have knowledge here, so we’ve been able to take what we have learned and really help hone in businesses to get better and more proficient.
3:24 And so, with that kind of going through a mind meditation and really getting crystal clear on… the system‘s really helped us get really crystal clear on who our ideal clients are. And I just literally just had a dream and woke up and grab my little notebook thing, I was like, Business Warrior Ways. This is what we do! And it just all clicked and made sense.
3:52 So we’re really excited because it’s just everything that we’ve done for the last 10 years so… and it’s just getting better and better. And in watching these businesses over all these years of all the failures and triumphs and everything; we really need… my focus alone is to bring people back into business. Not allowing the business to run the person, but the person to actually run the business.
4:21 And to be able to care for their customers.
And that’s one of the focuses, I have instead of customer appreciation, or customer satisfaction. I actually call it customer care. Because we have to take care of those customers, take care of those clients, cause if we don’t have those we don’t have what we do.
4:41 Yeah, right…so it’s almost more focused on what someone can receive rather than what it is we’re actually giving them.
Exactly, exactly. I mean company I’ve been working for the last year and a half I say it pretty much has been given pro bono work. Hahaha. I’ve gained a lot more knowledge by doing that and a lot more experience from doing that. And I’ve have been able to feel the hardships of when people don’t listen and when people don’t react and use the actions and tools that you’re handing them.
5:20 And seeing the light in people when they do use those tools and do use those actions to work smarter not harder. That’s our big thing is work smarter and not harder. And if you have teams out there that just don’t care and they’re just showing up for a paycheck. They are in the wrong mindset for your business. It is just not going to move forward with that kind of mindset. You have to really give value to your customers and care about them, and everything else just kinda snowballs into just a beautiful result that takes you to a higher standard of business.
6:00 So you guys described it really well like a system truly is the leverage, right? It’s the leverage that allows us to do less but actually have a greater result from that less input effort if that system is in equilibrium and is balanced and working. Where did you guys first start to notice a system at play and what a change for you and those around you.
6:32 Wow…for us we, you know through David Wood and William Wood, and getting ourselves some mentors that really helped us focus our energy and direction. And actually, just wake up and realize that we need to build our skills and then it just doesn’t stop after school going, “okay, I’m done with school. I don’t have to educate myself any further. I just need to do”.
It doesn’t work that way. You have to continuously… and we know we will continuously be educating ourselves for the rest of our lives. Just getting better and sharpening our skills.
7:13 So, David Wood introduced me to reading again and so I got back into reading some powerful books. The Science of Getting Rich. Which right now we’re doing a study with William Wood every single day through the week.
And just to be able to understand the science and the logic and our own abilities of our thought process and how things actually do work. It’s just incredible, and people around us can’t put their finger on it. But they can see there’s something different about us. The words we use, the way we just present ourselves. They just… they can’t figure it out and it’s just more and more aware to us the more we learn and the better we get more people just kinda come around us and just sit there and watch.
8:12 Yeah, sometimes it’s kind of funny to watch how frustrated they get trying to figure out what you’re doing and what you’re trying to teach them. And then when they finally get it, to watch that light bulb click on and they just look at you in this amazement.
8:27 That’s the exciting part, is just watching out like just click on and you’re like, YES! Now you understand. And it’s like oh my gosh! The whole world opens up. And to me, that’s worth a million dollars right there.
Yeah! That’s everything.
Just being able to reach out and get one person to be able to have a control over themselves. And to be able to want to move forward and just to have a little more happiness in their life.
Just by, maybe just a couple words can change someone’s life that easy.
9:03 So you guys are sourcing a whole new experience for yourself and clearly, it’s based on your self-awareness. I hear the self-development that’s part of this as well.
Inspired! Would that be a fair way to say it? That ‘aha’ moment for these people around you is like a moment of self-awareness for themselves that then would probably, I’m guessing, inspire them toward more self-development as well?
9:29 That ‘aha’ moment… what I’m finding interesting is that most of us are used to functioning based on memory experiences. And to be able to really align yourself up and get clear and focus, it’s amazing that you can actually start functioning on inspiration and creativity.
9:51 And things just come to you. Those ‘aha’ moments that, you know, one person will get another person will get something totally different. Because it’s for them individually what they can do and blossom. Together as a collective, we don’t have to be competitive with each other. We can actually help lift each other up. And the more… I get super excited about technology and the new developments that we’re creating that are just kind of becoming better and better extensions of ourselves.
10:23 I have three kids, they’re all grown up now, but I’ve had moments that I have wished that I had six arms. I remember sitting in my cubicle just imagining if I had six arms and then going home and going, I wish I had 6 still.
And now with the extension of the Internet, it’s almost as if I do have six arms and I can utilize my time to be more profitable and I don’t have to work 60 or 80 hours a week. I don’t even have to work 40 hours a week, and still be that productive. That is thrilling! That is just everything to me.
10:58 That’s one good thing about the systems that we do have and you know, having those tools and systems available for us and everyone else if they take advantage and want to use them, they’re there for you. And they will improve you as long.
As long as you take the effort and make it happen.
11:18 Yeah, it’s going to be implemented, right?
I mean it’s gotta be, what, actions is the word. You said it right, you’ve got to receive it and be open to it and then actually apply it in a way. And in many ways, it’s almost like you have to give it away. So we’re back to that customer service again, are we?
It’s, let me say it this way I guess. My experience has been, I really know when I have something after I’m able to give it away. Because that seems to be the real test of my ability to know I have it is that I was able to give it.
11:48 Right! Exactly!
Always give more than what you expect to receive. And you’ll grow a hundred times bigger.
Cool, cool! The word warrior still sticks with me. What comes to mind is like Dan Millman I think was the name. “A way of the peaceful warrior”, or was it something else that inspired you to use that word as well.
12:08 It was more of… I’m just ready to kick some butt! I’m so tired, I was thinking actually, of GI Jane and I’m like, what do I want to become? And I was like, I want to become a business GI Jane. You know. I was thinking Demi Moore of course. You know, so I was just like, yeah let’s just get in there and just make stuff happen.
12:31 Because like I said, I’ve had people come to me and they seem to just get more pumped when I talk to them and help them get focused and clear. And then they’re just jacked up and then they leave and then they come back days later and then they kind of deflated themselves and they want me to jack it back up again. You know… and it was like… this is exhausting.
12:51 I’m like, ok so, I’ve learned that to give people those principles and disciplines so that they can apply themselves and it takes less stress off of me. But it helps elevate them to just become their higher self. And so to me, to be a real warrior, is to become your higher self and to bring your best self forward.
13:14 I was thinking of a samurai or something. Right like that level of warrior that is about mastery, right. And self-discipline.
Cool so now if we look at other couples with all this experience you guys have had building together and implementing systems, what would you offer to another couple in terms of advice who are building together.
12:38 Smile alot…hahaha. Give lots of hugs and love.
You’re gonna have to figure out of balance. Especially if people have never worked together before. We’ve worked for different companies together. But, you know it’s still a whole nother ballgame when you’re working for yourself at home. Because we like the convenience to be able to work from home. So your home life and kind of really can hinder you sometimes. So you kind of really have, to find a balance.
14:11 At one point we were like, okay you do this part and I’ll do that part, and ‘parts’ weren’t getting done, so we like, had to kind of readjust. And really the real focus is what really helped us pull everything together is that both of us individually took on our own responsibility.
12:35 We took, or were responsible for our actions and responsible for our own mindset.
We took ownership. Yeah! We took ownership individually. Instead of that marital, like… well you better take ownership too, come on! You know so. But when we separately took our full responsibility and took ownership of what it is we needed to do on a daily basis. And we didn’t really, I don’t say we really split the business decisions or split the work. But being able to do it on a separate level helps not only our own mindset because then we’re focusing on what we are learning. Not trying to teach each other saying, you need to learn this.
15:27 We need to be teaching them out there. Yeah. We’re already learning it.
But for us and for us taking on full responsibility independently, everything has just kind of clicked itself together. It just kind of moulds on such an easier flow, easier wave, less stress, we don’t find as much. So it works way better if you just take on your full responsibility for you bringing your best self forward. He can focus on bringing his best self forward and then together whatever that creates is what we present, so.
16:05 Nice, nice. The words come… go within that I don’t go without, right. I’m hearing in each of you, you needed to do that. You needed to build upon that self-awareness of your own strength going within and knowing what your strengths is before you’re able to actually like connect the two of you right. Because you just said this, work together and I loved it to throw it out, together we overcome.
But we really can’t overcome with another unless we first to a certain extent overcome ourselves, can we? Exactly, absolutely. Yeah, you gotta be able to pull your own ego out and set it inside. And it’s so hard, you know when you’ve been married for so long you kinda just naturally become codependent on each other and just certain things you know like he takes out the trash I wash the dishes. He does the cooking, I do the cleaning. You know, so to switch that over into business, it doesn’t flow as easy.
17:00 You know. We were trying to make our house life into our business and it doesn’t work. So yeah, really taking on your full responsibility of yourself; it just melts together and just flows. And that’s that’s so much more important, is that is that energy of openness and flowing. Yeah, it’s also important to make sure when you’re sitting down it’s time to run your business, you’re running your business. Especially from home because I’ll tell you what, having a 67 inch TV sitting over there is very difficult not to turn on in play video games or watches your sports or whatever it is that you like to watch every single day instead of getting in front of your laptop and having the discipline and have the warrior ways to get your systems in place and make your business work for you.
17:49 Yeah and we’ve had make rules for ourselves. We don’t turn the TV on until nine o’clock at night. So, that’s just a rule we’re sticking to. And then the weekends it’s free for all know so. Monday through Friday TV doesn’t come on until nine o’clock at night. The weekends like she said are a free for all. Anytime before that we are either reading, we’re studying other people’s work, reading other blogs, just putting all of our systems in place and getting ready for the following week. Always plan yourself ahead.
18:22 Yeah. It helps. Because I’ll tell you what, once you get that one little step behind, you’re gonna have to take five more steps just to get forward.
18:32 And I hear the self-development seems to be an ongoing element in this system doesn’t it to again focus ourselves but also with another shared as you guys are doing here.
Yeah, absolutely! We’ve figured out that our self-development, we kind of have our own separate, but we each have like our own morning ritual or the first thing that we do before we work. And it helps us clear our mind, clear our focus, know exactly what our intentions are, exactly what we’re doing and then we can just execute. And then it just flows through us and you can’t do it backwards. I mean you could try, but it doesn’t work for us. So we really understand that at our mindset and our clarity is priority before you just start in the work. You know, so. Because it pulls you instead of you like fighting against that rock and a hard place you know.
So I like things being easier and more flowing.
19:31 Yeah. And I hear ya. From within to without, right? Going within that we don’t go without. There’s a certain order to it that we better be strong in ourself before we try to be strong with another.
19:44 Fantastic guys! Any final words of advice you’d offer couples building together?
There are definitely really good systems online and great communities that you can connect to. One of my biggest flaws was that I just wanted to do it alone. I just, I don’t want nobody’s help. I wanted everybody to stay out of my business. Haha, and it doesn’t work like that. We need communities and we need support, our mentors, and you can be a mentor, and all of that together just will help you grow stronger so that you don’t feel like you’re in the dark and you’re just kinda guessing at things. Trying, you know, poke pins at things. So here are amazing communities online now and I think that the taboo of you don’t want to put yourself online too much because the scary people are gonna see you or whatever.
20:43 You know that’s the wayside because if you really learn how to do it correctly nobody’s gonna be all you know stalking you. There’s ways is protecting yourself and there’s ways to connecting with people from around the world you’re all the way in our way over here in the US in Arizona, and we can still connect with each other. And it’s incredible what we can do together.
21:02 So that is a vital, vital piece that you want to add to your business. Especially if you want to market online and make things easier. Because that’s where everybody is at. So you need to know how to be a part of the community and be involved.
21:18 Even with things, not even necessarily online. You can take all these things that we can teach you and where we can guide you and take that into your workplace. Yeah! And that’s what I’ve done and I’ll tell you what, I’ve changed a lot of businesses. I’ve changed a lot of these high-end corporate suit and tie guys mindsets of oh this is how you can do something to make it a lot easier to move forward.
21:48 It’s not a one-time thing. Like even in the beginning, I thought, OK. I learned how to clear my mind. It’s not a one-time thing. You have do to it daily. And when you start understanding consistency and doing it daily, things start changing. Things start changing around you, people start changing. Other people that we’ve taught techniques to and principles they start keeping their mind focused on the right thing and day by day everything just starts progressing in the most unusual ways that your conscious brain wouldn’t have even fathomed. And you start recognizing miracles everywhere.
22:42 You’re like WOW! This is juicy, I mean this is better than sci-fi. It’s Awesome!
Yeah, people really start to pay attention to you and one thing like for me, I like to watch a lot of wrestling and one of my favorite wrestlers John Cena. And one thing that he has said that has stuck to me, he said this about 4 or 5 years ago is the ones that will scream and yell and boo you are the ones that are paying attention to you. So if you have someone that’s fighting against you and yelling and screaming and you’re wrong you’re wrong. Those are the ones that are actually paying attention to what you’re doing. They may not be listening. They may not get it, but they’re paying attention to what it is you’re doing because it’s making them angry and they want to figure out what it is you’re doing. And once they get it, that light clicks on, it’s amazing. Then they actually take off!
23:54 There’s been a couple of times where I’ve thanked them. It’s alright that your fighting against me. I thank you for that. Please keep paying attention. And you walk away and they’re still standing there with this deer in the headlights look on their face of what did he just say to me. It’s fun sometimes, yeah.
24:18 That’s brilliant guys. I appreciate what you both contributed now because Cheryl you brought up community and the sense of community as being a further extension of a system that can be shared and even overlapping systems where community bring us together to accomplish things that otherwise we never could. And then Josh, you just touched on what I call gratitude right. This ability to be thankful for even people like you said you might be somewhat negative towards us to be able to get the gratitude out of that and find that nugget of gold or the diamond and all the coal.
24:50 And it just so happens we have a group on facebook that I’ll mention now and include a link that’s focused on exactly that, which is gratitude. An opportunity and accountability everyday for people to come together in community and to do around this topic of gratitude. So thank you so much for wrapping up on that. And that will give people a chance who are watching this to plug into you guys and anyone else here who wants to implement systems and build together like we are from Norway all in Arizona. So for now guys, I’ll be signing off from Norway.
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