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Jason Elias

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Jason Elias: How to live long and die young

Live Long and Master Aging

There are some people who just never seem to get any older. Whether it be their appearance or mental attitude, the passage of time eludes them.  How do they do it?   There are myriad explanations;  our genes, physical and dietary lifestyles, mindset and perhaps an element of luck. The truth is that all these factors - and many others - likely play a role is determining our destiny. Jason Elias is the author of The Seven Graces of Ageless Aging:  How to die young as late in life as possible, a collection of stories and longevity lessons based on decades of practice in the fields of Chinese medicine - treating patients with acupuncture and other tenets of eastern medicine.  In this LLAMA podcast conversation, with Peter Bowes, Jason explains his unique recipe for a long, happy life - embracing, as he does, daily walks, ancient remedies and an infectious zest for living.Recorded: June 25, 2021 | Read a transcript and show notes at the LLAMA podcast website.

36mins

4 Aug 2021

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#111 Meet Jason Elias: His Story Of The Seven Graces Of Ageless Aging

nOMad's The Space in Between

#111 Meet Jason Elias: His Story Of The Seven Graces Of Ageless AgingMeet Jason Elias, an author and energy/body healer. Listen as Jason shares his beautiful journey of training and practicing in the somatic and healing arts and his process of writing his new book, “The Seven Graces of Ageless Aging.” Jason details interviewing elders or “pathfinders” who choose to consciously live fully and with joy, despite societal pressure or expectations. He takes the reader on this journey of experiencing aging through “The Seven Graces”. “The Seven Graces of Ageless Aging” Description On The FiveElementHealing.com:“The Seven Graces of Ageless Aging” synthesizes and simplifies the components of conscious aging into a primer for individuals who are concerned about their own aging process and for those caring for elderly who seek an enlightened understanding of how all of us may approach aging more consciously and, gracefully. In short, these Seven Graces can serve as stepping-stones toward attaining emotional or spiritual wholeness as we age.” Purchase “The Seven Graces of Ageless Aging” Here:https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Graces-Ageless-Aging-Possible/dp/0996654232/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3MQ6H4NAF5Z7L&dchild=1&keywords=jason+elias+the+seven+graces+of+ageless+aging&qid=1615654034&sprefix=jason+elias%2Caps%2C149&sr=8-1Learn more about Jason Elias and his offerings here on his website:https://fiveelementhealing.net/------------------------Who Are You Becoming? In our Who Are You Becoming online course, guided by Phoebe Leona, this 6-week self-paced series will take you deep into your path of self-inquiry, healing, and adventure within to discover who you are meant to be. In this course we also provide an option for weekly Live Calls so your journey of self-discovery is supported in community. Join us now! Ready to Begin? Register for the full 6-week Who Are You Becoming Online Course: https://nomadalwaysatom.teachable.com/p/who-are-you-becomingWho We Are BecomingIn our Who WE are Becoming online course, guided by Phoebe Leona, you will be able to share your journey of Becoming with a group. Having access to all the offerings of a Who Are You Becoming course, you will also have weekly group calls, private mentoring sessions with Phoebe, private chats with your group, and more! Moving through your story with others. This version of the course begins in April.Register for the full 6-week Who WE are Becoming Online Course: https://nomadalwaysatom.teachable.com/p/who-are-you-becoming2ALSOJoin The nOMad Community! Our community membership is a global community of yogis, wellness practitioners, healers, travelers, and wanders of all kinds who are in search of a deeper connection with themselves & their world to envision & create a life full of greater possibilities. Through monthly gatherings, workshops, and special offerings you will continue to journey through your own spaces in between. Our mission at nOMad is to offer you new experiences so that you can live a fuller life with more joy, gratitude, confidence, and connection. We are proud of how many people we have reached so far on our path to guide them to do just that. Are you ready to be one of them? Join us now!Click here to learn more about our nOMad Community Membership here:https://nomadalwaysatom.com/community-memberReady to join? Register here and journey in OM with us: https://nomadalwaysatom.com/member-checkout

1hr 3mins

16 Mar 2021

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*Jason Elias - Associate Athletic Director - IMG Academy

The Guys in the Cheap Seats

Episode 39 of The Guys in the Cheap Seats with Charles Campisi features IMG Academy Associate Athletic Director Jason Elias. In his current role, Jason helps run the day-to-day of the world’s most competitive high school athletic department. In addition to his role as the Associate Athletic Director at the IMG Academy, Jason has a served as the Baseball Operations Coordinator, Head JV Coach, Head Baseball Coach and Player Development Lead, Baseball Student-Athlete Advisor, and a Sales Outreach Manager and been with IMG since August 2007 and is a Baldwin Wallace University Alum – Go Jackets!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 12mins

4 Feb 2021

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Episode 27 - How to innovate, collaborate and build a personal brand! with Jason Elias

Saul Searching - The Saul Recruitment Podcast

How to innovate, collaborate and build a personal brand! I chat with the sensational Jason Elias - Founder and CEO of Elias Recruitment - about his 21 years in the recruitment industry, what collaboration, innovation and branding mean to him, his 2 latest industry awards, WD40 and lots more!.. JASON PROVIDES SO MANY INSIGHTS FOR JOB-SEEKERS AND RECRUITERS! A MUST SEE! Feel free to get in touch with Jason and the Elias Recruitment team! Website - https://www.eliasrecruitment.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/eliasrecruitment/ FB - https://www.facebook.com/eliasrecruitment 

31mins

22 Jan 2021

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How to Increase Your Billings with Split Fees, with Jason Elias, Ep #8 

The Resilient Recruiter

Have you thought about incorporating split fees into your business model but are worried about the financial impact? In the competitive world of recruiting, is it better to embrace this model versus losing out? Is it easier to partner and collaborate with other recruiters to fill a position? My guest today, Jason Elias, has built a successful recruiting firm specializing in the legal field—while incorporating split fees. He’s found a way to leverage the competitive niche to benefit his business and his clients.  Jason and I converse about how he got into the recruiting industry and chose his niche. We also cover why he started utilizing the split fee model and how it’s led to success. If you’re considered giving this model a go, be sure to listen to this fascinating episode.  Outline of This Episode [2:11] Jason Elias’ journey from lawyer to recruiter [5:16] How did his first split fee come about? [7:20] How he started collaborating with other recruiters [12:14] Why a split fee model is worth adopting [15:30] Learning lessons from building a team [19:45] Jason’s plans for the future of his firm [25:24] What do you do when clients are your competition? [32:41] How does Jason juggle all of his roles? [35:35] Why Jason believes managing is worth the reward [38:00] Jason shares his favorite tech tools  How did Jason start collaborating with other recruiters? Years ago—when Jason was self-admittedly a young and naive recruiter—he spent a chunk of money to place an advertisement in a publication. That advertisement failed to get him any leads. While turning the pages, he noticed another recruiter’s ad in the accounting section. So he called him up and they met up to discuss their lack of success with the advertising. They completely hit it off. He also found out that his newfound friend collaborated frequently with other recruiters.  The NPAworldwide Australian conference just happened to be two days later. They fast-tracked Jason’s membership and he walked in and instantly felt comfortable. Everyone was transparent and honest, and he felt like these were his people. The organization claims to allow recruiters to collaborate with others in a safe environment—and he believed this from day one.  Fast forward to today, and Jason has been involved with NPAworldwide for over 16 years. He had the opportunity to serve as the director for the Australian region of the NPA for 4 years. Now, he serves on the executive team as Secretary/Treasurer and Chair-Elect. Once he has served his term in this position, he will be appointed the Chair of NPAworldwide for a two-year term.  The natural segue from networking to split-fees Jason’s first split came from a fellow council member at the RCSA—she worked for an organization that needed a lawyer. She connected the two parties and Jason provided a lawyer that was a perfect fit. Since that day, he estimates that one-third of his business is from split fees. Jason has reached gold-level with the NPA, which means he had made at least $2,000,000 in placements at the time he reached that level (over 5 years ago). Of that amount, he would estimate at least $500,000 was from split-fees with other recruiters. Jason continues to see the benefit of collaborating with other recruiters and splitting fees. For example, he has a client in the Northern Territory of Australia. He called her up one day and she didn’t have any placements for him—but she was looking for someone in IT. He told her that while he doesn’t specialize in IT, he knew someone who did. He connected the two and his fellow recruiter filled the position.  For his effort and cooperation, he got a thank-you fee from his colleague. Jason points out that if he hadn’t connected her with someone else she would have gone to a mega-recruiter to fill the position. In the end, he likely would’ve lost that client’s future placements to them. Instead, he created a happy customer who was excited to continue working with him.  Split fees are about the best outcome for the client  Jason found himself in a situation where the perfect candidate for a client had to back out. Instead of being at the end of the road, he was back to square one. His client called him up and informed him that another recruiter had approached them with a promising option that they wanted to interview. They understood he was on retainer and they had signed an exclusive contract. Instead of informing his client that they must go through him due to the contract he told them to make a call to the other recruiter—he would offer to split the fee with him. He ended up speaking with the other recruiter and came to an agreement that worked for them while benefiting his client and the candidate.  In this way, the client’s position was filled and they were satisfied. Jason notes that it is about the long-game and getting the best outcome for the client. This decision, albeit a small monetary loss, led to repeat business because he put the client’s happiness first. Per Jason, in the end, “If you help their business grow, then they’ll help your business grow”. It’s a win-win for every party involved. Be aware of your strengths and your shortcomings—then adjust accordingly  Jason has a lot on his plate, from his role at the NPA to managing and running his own business. On top of that, he’s working on his Master’s degree and has a side hustle business. With all that he’s juggling, how does he manage to remain so successful? Jason admits it’s because he’s aware of his weaknesses. He’s a great recruiter, a great business-owner, and excels with his position at the NPA. But he believes he’s a lousy manager.  Instead of accepting defeat, he chose to build a team of experts around himself to offset his weaknesses. He hired a team member that takes on more of the administrative and managerial role. He does his best to touch base with his team daily and they do a weekly Zoom call. But in the end, he believes in treating his team like the adults and professionals that they are. He doesn’t micro-manage, while providing them with the tools they need. He’s made it a point that he is always available if they need him.  Jason could have gone the route of remaining a high-performing solo recruiter. But with a family to provide for, he wanted to lower his risk. He realized he was better off delegating some of the work and taking a split. It’s worked well for him—Jason has built a national model with great recruiters who are experts in their field. He has a good reputation for being one of the best in his industry. To hear the rest of Jason’s journey in recruiting, make sure you listen to the entire episode of The Resilient Recruiter. Connect with Jason Elias Elias Recruitment Jason(at)EliasRecruitment.com Jason on LinkedIn Elias Recruitment on Twitter Resources & People Mentioned RCSA Lusha Hiretual Zoom Calendly Directi LastPass Grammarly Gmail Freshbooks Tab Ninja PandaDoc Qwilr Referrer Recruiters Who Make Placements FB Group Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell The Robot-Proof Recruiter by Kristina Collier NPAworldwide Connect With Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call: www.RecruitmentCoach.com/Breakthrough Mark’s Masterclass for Recruitment Business Owners Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Mark on YouTube Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK

46mins

28 Jan 2020

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203. Tidying Up Is Expensive ft. Jason Elias

No Bad Food

Continuing our series of interviews with hosts from other shows on the Upford Network, we sat down with Jason Elias (@jjnba) from the Don't Be Mad podcast! He tells us the origin stories of his show, and we talk about the importance of understanding what makes people get mad at each other's opinions about things! Then, we dive into talent acquisition, Disney theme parks, and what makes a perfect pair of shoes. We also talk about how the KonMari Method is really only sustainable if you're pretty rich.PodCon January 19-20! https://www.con-tix.com/podcon2#!/ticket-selectionVote For The Scrum! https://awards.podcamptoronto.com/vote/?id=sportsSUPPORT THE SHOW! patreon.com/upfordiscussionMERCH! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/up-for-discusssion?ref_id=2539BUY BENSON! https://crackersandjam.bandcamp.com@DownWithTalking @tomzalatnai @boxlessthoughtswww.upfordnetwork.com

1hr 11mins

15 Jan 2019