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Legacy Farmer The Podcast

Legacy Farmer The Podcast

Author: Jace D. Young

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Join your host, Jace D. Young, as he leads you through the truth about being a Modern Day Farmer, Rancher, Entrepreneur, Married Spouse, and Parent.
309 Episodes
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Today I’m joined by Tyler Mlsna, who runs a dairy cow and beef herd operation in Wisconsin. We discuss what Legacy Farmer has done for Tyler, from feeling lost and in over his head, to the intense strain the operation put on his and his wife’s relationship. Legacy Farmer has provided a level of clarity, focus, and confidence that Tyler just didn’t possess before. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Whenever acres pop up for sale around most farmers, their first thought is “I need those acres.” They give no thought to how thin they are spread or how little time they have for their family or anything else. Competition often gets the best of them. Taking on things incrementally year after year, and going for long-term, sustainable growth is how you ensure stable growth.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Today I’m joined by Cody Wolverton, a former insurance agent with a trucking business as well as a cow herd from Arkansas. We discuss what Legacy Farmer has done for Cody, from implementing a level of consistency across his entire life, to not waiting for permission from anyone to make decisions and live his own life. It has even enhanced and enriched the relationship between Cody and his wife. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
We spend so much time focused on revenue, when we should be looking at and working on our profit. Just because you have tons of revenue doesn’t mean you have anything left to put into your family's savings account. Even if your operation has had great revenue in past years, it only takes one bad year to wipe it all out. What can you do today to start generating more profit? Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Today I’m joined by Joey Tegeler, a young farmer with a diverse operation, including a tree nursery, from Nebraska. We discuss what Legacy Farmer has done for Joey, from following through on profitable ideas and dreams to recognizing the time he is spending on the business and being sure to break off time for the family as well. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
The bank will not give you the sound advice you are looking for. When you go to and take advice from someone that does not understand the game you are playing in, that is a recipe for failure. Some bankers do know the game but many don’t. Inside of Legacy Farmer, everyone is playing the exact same game.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Today I’m joined by Josh Hora, a 31 year-old that runs a very diverse operation in South Dakota. We discuss what Legacy Farmer has done for Josh, from the way the stress of his situation impacted not only his business but also his body, to the way the Legacy Farmer community has helped and held Josh accountable. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Today I’m joined by Stuart Dill, a 33 year-old with a cow-calf operation from Missouri. We discuss what Legacy Farmer has done for Stuart, from dealing with the death of a family member and being forced into a leadership role to the strain it all put on his marriage.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Today I’m joined by Jeff Heinle, a grain farmer from North Dakota. We discuss what Legacy Farmer has done for Jeff, from restoring his overall confidence to improving his relationship with his wife. Jeff shares how easy it is to feel alone and how being connected to the Legacy Farmer community has shown how untrue that is. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
E300 | Privacy

E300 | Privacy

2020-09-1709:10

We were taught to never talk about our financial position or our relationships. These are unwritten laws. The problem is, when we are not talking about them, we are not looking at the facts. If we’re not looking at the facts, we’re living in fantasy-land, pretending that everything is ok when in reality it is not.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
We only have a finite amount of time and energy every day, and we need to stay focused on where we are paying our attention. Most farmers listen to the radio while on the combine. If we can start to look at the time we spend entertaining ourselves and replacing some of that time with learning new skills, suddenly our world will begin to shift.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
E298 | The Critic

E298 | The Critic

2020-09-1007:091

You will never be criticized by people doing more than you, you will always be criticized by people doing less than you. We need to focus on not letting the criticism steal our energy. We can control this by controlling our environment and only speaking with people who will empower us and challenge us to grow.  Where in your world are you letting people steal your energy with their criticism?  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
Jim Carey once said “I wish everyone could have the experience of being rich” so they would learn the lesson that comes with being rich. We were taught to believe that our happiness exists somewhere out there, that someday we’ll have it when we have attained this other thing. That is dead wrong. Happiness is found in the process of living.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/ 
E296 | I am a Failure

E296 | I am a Failure

2020-09-0307:03

Failure has been transformed from an action into an identity. When we say “I failed” what do we think? We end up thinking that “I am a failure.” We have an opportunity to shift this misconception with our children. We should be thinking that every time we fail, we get better. Actions either produce results or fail to produce results, that's it, there is no identity there, and there shouldn’t be.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
When I left the banking industry with $6,000 to my name everyone said I was putting my family at risk, when in fact it was the exact opposite. If I had stayed inside that life, I was putting a cap on myself and my potential. Instead if we double down on ourselves and invest in ourselves, we can change the way we operate, which will lead to bigger results. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here: https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
The sooner you stop living as a victim and blaming others and start taking accountability for your results and where you are, the sooner you can start building off that foundation of truth. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
When we, as the man, the leader of the family, are not willing to do the hard things and be the alpha inside, guess who steps up and becomes the alpha because they don’t see us getting results or taking action. Your wife. Do what needs to be done to provide the stability and safety your family needs.   Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
If you grew up on the farm, you most likely don’t talk about money. Having this mindset can morph into a situation where we aren’t even aware of our numbers, and this leads to a scarcity mindset. If we want to go out and impact our legacy and leave something behind for our family, it is our responsibility to shift this mindset to one where we go out and create value to generate income. Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here: https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
When we are passionate about things in our life it is easy to allow our emotions to make our decisions for us. In those moments it is important to step back, boil down the thought, and ask ourselves “Is this true?” What are the facts and how much have you allowed your emotions to take over? Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
When we’re looking at the problems on the farm due to bad relationships with family, those problems prevent us from making decisions, which has a financial long time cost. The first place to start with bad relationships is ourselves. We must learn enough about ourselves so we can course correct and change the outcome of bad conversations by simply being aware of who we are.  Check out the Impact Legacy Farmer is having on the American Farmer here:  https://www.legacyfarmerproof.com/
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