Looking For A Yes

Written by Mitch Santell

It’s a new day and so glad you are here. Breath, stay in your body and just enjoy the small moments because that is what you will remember when all of this is over.

Each time I work on a project I am looking for a yes. First, I look for a yes to my idea. Then I look for a yes from new team members I scout out, then I look for a yes from investors.

It is easy to start; there are many tools out there to help you, the critical element to your success is going to be the follow-up and follow through.

As T. Harv Eker loves to say “How you do anything is how you do everything.”

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Phase One

To get a yes on your project (which could be a music project, radio project, documentary film, event or other), you are going to need to stop your distractions to focus.

1st) ~ Get off of social media as much as possible, go for a walk, take a yellow legal pad with you and start making some notes to yourself.

2nd) ~ Leave your smartphone at home when running errands to free your mind, turn it off at night and don’t leave it on your nightstand.

3rd) ~ Shift your schedule by getting up one hour earlier than you usually do and watch how you will feel like you have 3 hours of extra time. Planning, organizing and follow through all take place when the mind is at rest and clear.

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Look for a yes and make sure it is the perfect YES for YOU!

Phase Two

4th) ~ Put yourself on a water hydration program. What is mine? Each morning I drink two 10-ounce glasses of distilled water with a pinch of baking soda in it.  After I let the water digest for about 15 minutes, next, I drink two 10-ounce glasses of Club Soda.

5th) ~ Make a list of people personally and professionally who don’t “get you,” and stop calling them. Your project will slow down to a crawl with any connections that are dead weight.

6th) ~ Do your research, get hip to the brand, style, and market that you are developing for your products or services. One way that I keep myself sane during any project is to think of it as a project and not a company. This means you have a beginning, a middle and an end and you will know as you go where you are at.

7th) ~ Make sure that your morals are in check and that the people you work with are like-minded with how you move in the world. You better do some real research into the people you are working with. Example: I live as an ethical hedonist, but the people who want to partner with me in the project are recovering Mormons or are part of a cult. Do not take this lightly, I have had direct experience in this, and you have to do DUE DILIGENCE and don’t let people dump their own “demons” and “crap” on you! Since I am not an occultist, I do not wish to be near anyone associated with any major “religion.”

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Avoid Religious Fanatics Or Cults.

8th) ~ If you have not figured this out by now, the critical element in your project is YOU. You have to deal with YOU first before anyone else does. If you do not have focus, clarity and a game plan, how do you expect others to show up? So it’s all about you at the start!

9th) ~ Change your perspective by talking with others who do not have your point of view, this makes all the difference to gaining your own clarity.

 10th) ~ When 1st cousins marry, you are at the bottom of the gene pool.*

*If you are satire impaired you can stop reading right now.

Yes, I will have more for you in Phase Three!

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How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Toxic People



When deranged psychiatrists became social justice warriors

Putting our children in harm’s way by forcing them to take drugs at a young age is not suitable for their brains.

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When deranged psychiatrists became social justice warriors

by Jon Rappoport

January 30, 2018

I wrote and posted this article on October 11, 2012. What I revealed then is still happening now. I offer the article as an illustration of how far “social justice” can go in actually punishing people classified as victims—not helping them as advertised.

Buckle up:

It’s the latest thing. Psychiatrists are now giving children in poor neighborhoods Adderall, a dangerous medical stimulant, by making false diagnoses of ADHD, or no diagnoses at all.

Their aim? “Promote social justice,” to improve academic performance in school.

The rationale is, the drugged kids will now be able to compete with children from wealthier families who attend better schools.

Leading the way is Dr. Michael Anderson, a pediatrician in the Atlanta area. Incredibly, Anderson told the New York Times his diagnoses of ADHD are “made up,” “an excuse” to hand out…

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The Trump Affect

Written by Mitch Santell

The division politically has been a nightmare here in the USA since Trump was elected President.

Hey, if anyone had told me that after being a hard line progressive liberal democrat my whole life that I would change parties and vote for Donald J. Trump, I would have said “your nuts!”

My first prediction that Trump was going to “take the prize” was in February of 2017 because I could sense that American’s were sick of being “victims.”

No, Trump is not perfect, but he is the best thing we have had in a long time. What did Trump do best? Shake up the thinking of popular culture because it took a “reality show TV star” to shake the nation awake.

Yes, we have some terrible problems here and like so many I want our troops brought home. Trump can’t do that because the U.S. Military is sort of like “Team America,” we are the world police.

Before you have a seizure or a heart attack with what I am writing here, I am writing these opinions based on being a can-do radio and music producer, not some victim who is sitting on the side of the road waiting for a handout.

Others have written why they voted for Trump too.

Check this out: http://bit.ly/2DH7Yqw

Trump is staking his presidency on killing the credibility of the Main Stream Media. Who Owns the mainstream media? If you have never seen the chart, here it is:


The Netflix Miracle

Written by Mitch Santell

For those of us who are so passionate about movies, there is no better place than Netflix. The service is so much a part of the American Culture in 2018 that it is an absolute “Phenomena.”

Why am I so stoked on Netflix? Why do I watch it? Why do I share the latest original programming with my friends and family?

Answer: There is a very unique way that Netflix produces their programming that sincerely reminds me of the Studio System in Hollywood from the early 1920’s until the late 1950’s.

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Netflix Is A Real Part of American Culture in 2018.

Here is just a little piece of what Netflix says about their own culture:

We want employees to be great independent decision makers, and to only consult their manager when they are unsure of the right decision. The leader’s job at every level is to set clear context so that others have the right information to make generally great decisions.

We don’t buy into the lore of CEOs, or other senior leaders, who are so involved in the details that their product or service becomes amazing. The legend of Steve Jobs was that his micromanagement made the iPhone a great product. Others take it to new extremes, proudly calling themselves nano- managers. The heads of major networks and studios sometimes make many decisions in the creative process of their content. We do not emulate these top-down models because we believe we are most effective and innovative when employees throughout the company make and own decisions.

We strive to develop good decision-making muscle everywhere in our company. We pride ourselves on how few, not how many, decisions senior management makes. We don’t want hands-off management, though. Each leader’s role is to teach, to set context, and to be highly informed of what is happening. The only way to figure out how the context setting needs to improve is to explore a sample of all the details. But unlike the micro-manager, the goal of knowing those details is not to change certain small decisions, but to learn how to adjust context so more decisions are made well.

There are some minor exceptions to “context not control,” such as an urgent situation in which there is no time to think about proper context and principles, when a new team member hasn’t yet absorbed enough context to be confident, or when it’s recognized that the wrong person is in a decision-making role.

To give you further insight, I actually downloaded their current culture page as a pdf, you may want to consider downloading it and keeping in your resource file.

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Over the next few years, I believe that we will look back at NetFlix & merely marvel at how much the company has sincerely incorporated a whole new system of content creation and management. Old Hollywood is gone, Boom!

Some additional articles to inspire you:

A former Netflix exec has a simple algorithm for figuring out whether you should leave your job: http://read.bi/2EiADU0

15 Reasons Why Netflix Is The Media Streaming Giant: http://bit.ly/2nfZ11c

The Future of Movies: Will Netflix Become the Next Big Hollywood Studio?

My father Richard Alfred Santell (RIP) loved W.C. Fields, and this was his single favorite scene from the 1934 film “It’s a Gift.”

Bill Cooper Told Alex Jones The Truth

Written by Mitch Santell

Bill Cooper only appeared one time on the Alex Jones Show one time. If you want to know what they talked about, I am placing the interview here so that you understand why I stopped listening to Alex Jones in 2013. (The interview is 45 Minutes, 38 Seconds long and is a real piece of history).

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