Business coach 1: And now, broadcasting from the center of the universe and the Thrive15.com world headquarters. Presenting the world’s only business school without the BS, without with optometrist and entrepreneur Dr. Robert Zellner. And the [inaudible 00:00:32] small business entrepreneur of the year in your ear, Clay Clark. It’s the Thrive Time Show. Three, two, one, boom.
Clay Clark: Boom, boom, boom. Guess who’s back in your room. It’s the Thrive Time business coach show on your radio and join with me today inside the box that rocks, we have two incredible Americans. One, who I’m happy to be married to almost 16 years. We near closer to 16 years with each passing day. But, first off, batting lead off here, we have a man who has gone from NSU, Northeastern State Oklahoma to becoming the tycoon of Tulsa. He is the entrepreneur of entrepreneurs. He’s the man that’s put his Z all over Tulsa like his name was Zorro. It is Dr. Robert Zellner. Sir, how are you?
Dr. Zellner: I am fantastic and I’m so excited that your wife’s joining us today. She always adds a little bit of, you know, estrogen to the box that rocks and sometimes we need a little bit of that. It’s actually Northeastern State University.
Clay Clark: Oh.
Dr. Zellner: Can get confused with any NEO which is a junior college up a little bit farther north in the state and now we’re the proud River Hawks.
Clay Clark: The River Hawks.
Dr. Zellner: We were the Red men and now we’re the River Hawks.
Clay Clark: How does it feel? How has the transition been for you emotionally as you’ve transitioned.
Dr. Zellner: I’m giving my River Hawk call. I don’t have it down completely.
Clay Clark: Is a River Hawk a thing? Is a river hawk a real thing?
Dr. Zellner: Oh, oh yes. It’s a very rare species of hawk and they live by rivers and as a business coach I cannot believe you did not know this.
Vanessa: We have a lot of hawks by us. I’m kinda wondering do I know if it’s a river hawk or not? I mean, we don’t we got a creek.
Clay Clark: It could be a creek hawk.
Dr. Zellner: It could be, you could have a creek hawk or you could have a forest hawk. I mean you’ve got like the woods and you’ve got like all those pine trees you planted. It could be like a pine hawk.
Clay Clark: We have a couple thrivers who begun to tell me that they are now cheering for us and we had one thriver who gave us a tree. If you’re listening right now and you feel the need to go to Atwood’s or Lowe’s and to buy trees you gotta be careful if you’re gonna come by and drop off a tree. Cause this is a thing where you could beautify Tulsa and help restore the oxygen levels to where they need to be. People are tearing down trees in the Amazon everyday and the only that you could do, the best way for you to make an impact in Tulsa is to come to the river walk, to the Thrive15 world headquarters and to give me a tree.
Vanessa: Well, he’s reforesting our forest. He’s stuck on these pine trees which is great. I’m really excited he wants the evergreens but I’m into the fruit trees. I want them like to give me stuff. I want cherries, I want apples. I want stuff from the trees. Want ’em to make something for me.
Dr. Zellner: Clay just wants protection from the outside world. He just wants solitude and peace and no prying eyes. It tried to get that drone through all those pine trees the other day and that’s gonna take, I’m gonna have to up my drone flying skills. I’m just telling you right now, it’s gonna be tough.
Clay Clark: I will tell you, some of the pine trees we’re planting can grow up to be 60 feet, 80 feet, so, I will tell you what, I am excited about the reforestation that’s going on. I’m also excited about today’s show. Today’s show if fun cause it’s, today’s show gonna be kind of a unusual style. [crosstalk 00:03:48] So anyway, we’re gonna do a two parter today. Part number one, is talking about how to get stuff done. The high art of getting stuff done.
Dr. Zellner: Like a ninja?
Clay Clark: Yes, like a business coach ninja. Now part two, hour number two, we’re gonna be getting into basically planning out your financial future for your business. So, it’s kind of a part one, part two, lets get into part onesie. Here we go. This is the art of getting stuff done. Because in a perfect world, we would have no distractions.
Dr. Zellner: Wait, time out, time out. It’s been a while since you have made the baked bean challenge. And I know you’ve given out several books because of this.
Clay Clark: I have given out up to date, four books to the Thrive Nation and that should be a lot higher.
Dr. Zellner: It should be a lot higher. I think people are afraid, intimidated, to take the baked bean challenge. So now it’s lunchtime, I’m in my car, I’m getting ready to drive to lunch. I kicked on the show. Throw that back out there once again, because I don’t think people understand the benefit, one, of your book which is awesome and then two, the challenge that is inherit in a baked bean challenge and I never turn down from a business coach challenge.