John Campbell was born prematurely, suffered several life-threatening childhood illnesses, lost his father at 15 yrs old, and got caught up in the drug world in high school. As an adult, he lost his best friend to suicide and experienced several failed relationships, yet John says he is blessed and credits all of the good in his life to an amazing grace-filled God. John calls himself a disciple and says he's still learning to walk like Jesus, as we all are. However, I think you will agree, the light of Jesus shines through him into a world that desperately needs hope. I pray this episode of Alive! is a blessing to you as you listen to John's personal story.
s4e48 Finding and Closing Deals in a Challenging Market - John Campbell
Get Traction Real Estate Investing
Key Takeaways00:13 – Tom introduces today’s guest, John Campbell who joins the show to share his experience as a real estate investor and the deals he has in the pipeline today07:26 – John speaks to other wholesale deals he’s working on15:55 – The importance of persevering through the challenges of wholesaling17:15 – John shares another story of his experience as a real estate entrepreneur23:31 – John talks about how his business was performing prior to meeting Tom and what John learned from Tom’s workshop31:58 – Advice John would give to those looking to break into this industry35:15 – The single biggest thing that changed for John over the past year and a half41:07 – John speaks to his goals for the coming year45:25 – Tom and John discuss the importance of repetition49:38 – John talks about dealing with unpleasant people in his business53:53 – John shares his specific experience with outbound marketing and the results it yields56:11 – Tom thanks John for joining the showTweetable Quotes“I think if you just stay focused and do the work you get the results.” (00:51)“When people ask, ‘How would you describe wholesaling?’ I say, ‘Fun, crazy, never boring.’” (15:18)“Always be out there networking. Always be marketing. Always be learning. And always implement.” (32:16)“I love it. I get up every day and half the time I don’t even know what day it is. It’s kind of like lifestyle by design at this point.” (40:12)“That’s one of the biggest things is just being consistent and getting those letters out. I think we’re sending out five per campaign and we get our best responses from letter three and letter four.” (46:02)Links MentionedTom’s LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomaszeeb/detail/recent-activity/posts/Tom’s Website – https://tractionrealestatementors.com/Tom’s Bootcamp – https://tractionrealestatementors.com/bootcamp/Get Traction Podcast – https://www.gettractionpodcast.com/🎙️ 🎙️ 🎙️Podcast Production & Marketing by FullCast - https://fullcast.co/sn
PODCAST EXTRA - Vitamin D & Vaccine Clotting COVID-19 Updates Dr John Campbell
Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
PJ talks to Dr John Campbell, who runs a popular YouTube channel on health focusing on COVID-19 since the crisis started. Vitamin D deserves serious research and investigation and the Irish government is leading the way. Also, an old school injection technique maybe the answer to AstraZeneca clotting. See his brilliant YouTube videos here:youtube.com/user/CampbellteachingSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 209: EP #209 - John Campbell Interview, Music by Silent Winter and 5 Qs with Bill Leverty
Ouch, You're On My Hair
On Episode #209, please welcome television producer John Campbell. John lets us know about the really cool Tribute Wars USA and Cooking with Rock Stars shows he is presently working on. You will love both of these shows, trust us!! Out of Greece, we welcome the Power Metal band Silent Winter. There is nothing silent about this band, as they flat out bring it. Check out the two songs we are playing by them. Another round of Five Questions and this time it's with Bill Leverty of the band Firehouse. What questions will Bill answers from the boys?Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.
Footballguys Playoff Challenge $20,000 2020-21 Winners Tim Walsh & John Campbell
The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
Your hosts Eric Balkman and Ferrell Elliott discuss the latest in fantasy football with the 2020-21 Footballguys Playoff Challenge #2 $20,000 winners Tim Walsh and John Campbell. Not only will the four players focus on some sleepers in the 2021 Footballguys Players Championship, but Walsh and Campbell will also offer some of their strategy in the 2021 Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) Main Event. Also, they'll take a deep dive into the ADP for 2021 FFPC Best Ball Leagues and 2021 FFPC Best Ball Slim Leagues. Also, Balky and Ferrell will tell you why you want to grab some (discounted) 2021 FFPC Dynasty league orphan teams and answer your calls, tweets, emails and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
Today’s episode is a lovely heartfelt conversation with an old friend in our Community Treasure, the ever elusive Dr. John Campbell. John did us a valuable kindness in opening the program with a Tibetan prayer for the Dead. It is with a deep sadness that a mentor to Russell and dear friend Eugene Ruffin passed away of CoVid, shortly before this podcast was recorded. Valentine’s Day is Gene’s Birthday. So we honor him with this prayer. John, Russell, and Gene founded the Jois Foundation together in 2011 with the hopes of providing under-served children with tools and techniques of yoga to help regulate their lives. Of course the three of them (and Harmony too for that matter) all deeply struggled as children and it wasn’t until they were adults that yoga became available to salve their childhood wound. It is an irony that the damaged are often the best healers. We spoke to John about his life, and how it all fell apart for him as he found himself seeking and using external substances to change the way he felt. And, of course the only way one can truly do that is is to sit and wait it out. Things move of their own accord, especially if we stop adding twigs to the flame. Certainly pouring gasoline on the fire doesn’t help either. Even after practicing for decades, and finishing Advanced Series in Mysore with Pattabhi Jois, John found himself isolated, studying and writing his Ph.D thesis in Varanasi. Feeling alone, and confused in an alien environment, John found himself attracted to the darkness… And eventually lost himself in cycle of addiction. After returning to the States he turned to alcohol, once again seeking to alter and change the feelings that were arising to the surface. He was pulled into the downward spiral of secrecy and shame, hiding his growing addiction. We explored together the mind-body connection in relation to substance use and addiction, gurus, the big Self, and how the practice can create a cycle of chasing dragons. Often, when we are involved deeply in a physically transformative practice like Ashtanga yoga, we experience deep openings that can leave us feelingly raw, slightly ungrounded, or destabilized. This might make one vulnerable to all kinds of unhealthy habits. In part, the value of the practice boils down to reducing our violent interaction within the world, and learning to cultivate more compassion towards ourselves as well as to others. Hang on until the end because you’ll get the delicious treat of hearing John’s Ashtanga Yoga Origin Story (which is a true delight!). LEARN MORE ABOUT DR. JOHN CAMPBELL INSTAGRAM I FACEBOOK The Finding Harmony Podcast is hosted, edited and produced by Harmony Slater and co-hosted by Russell Case. Your contributions have allowed us to keep our podcast ad and sponsor free. Creating, editing and producing each episode takes a lot of time. It is a labor of love. And would not be possible without your kind support. If you’ve enjoyed today’s podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Make a Donation Opening and closing music compliments of my dear friend teaching Ashtanga yoga in Eindhoven, Nick Evans, with his band “dawnSong” from the album “for Morgan.” Listen to the entire album on Spotify, simply click Here.
Ep 84 / REINVENTING CUSTOMER SUCCESS IN AN EVOLVING TECH LANDSCAPE / John Campbell, SADA
Cloud N Clear
John Campbell joined SADA last year in a newly created role as the VP of Customer Success & Innovation to drive greater alignment in key SADA services that drive high customer satisfaction, retention and growth. What comes after the sale defines you as an organization, and in this episode, John does a deep dive on how he is reinventing SADA’s Customer Success team in order to keep pace with the constantly evolving needs of companies from SMB to enterprise. Tune in to hear more about his history at Rackspace, staying relevant as a MSP in a cloud world, and his future plans for SADA’s Customer Success team. Host: Dana Berg Guest: John Campbell Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cloudnclear https://twitter.com/SADA https://twitter.com/DanaJasonBerg Connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sada/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bergdana/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnucampbell/ To learn more, visit SADA.com.