Fri, 31 October 2014
"Everyone has a story of redemption."
Those words are from today's guest, Sundi Jo Graham. She is living a life of redemption and sharing with others how to do the same.
In today's episode we talk about how everyone has a story of redemption, how you can find yours and share it with others, and...how today's guest lost 145 pounds (no joke).
Join me in learning how she did that and what lessons you can learn from her journey.
Tue, 28 October 2014
Distractions and depressions are a normal part of a productive person's life.
A blog reader of mine recently asked:
"Some weeks I'm pumped, focused, energetic, and productive. Life is good and I am checking off my goals one by one. Then I have a week when it feels like I get nothing done. I have no energy or focus. I'm watching TV, reading the news, and sleeping in. What do I do? How do I get consistent?"
Have you ever lost your focus and wondered, “How can I get it back?” That's what today's episode is all about.
Tue, 28 October 2014
What does it mean to truly FOCUS?
Today's guest, John Lee Dumas, is an expert on the subject. His FOCUS helped him to grow Entrepreneur on Fire from non-existent to a business doing more than $200,000 a month. In the process, he has inspired countless others to follow in his footsteps.
John shares a bit of his journey in this episode, but in the spirit of the topic, we kept this focused on one topic: FOCUS
His acronym is:
Find out what that means in today's episode and learn how to stay focused until you reach success.
Tue, 28 October 2014
To this day the sound of velcro tearing on a golf glove draws me to attention and puts me in a zone.
Why is that? Well, in a way, that's what today's episode is all about.
Today, I'll share with you six ways to help you get in the zone.
What is "the zone" exactly? Perhaps in 2014 terminology, we could call it a "flow state" or just "focused."
I've always liked the phrase "in the zone" though because it conjures up an image of being in a physical and mental place (the zone) that I can actually go to.
So, how do you get "in the zone?" Listen below to today's episode to find out the six strategies and techniques I use to get in the zone and really focus.
Fri, 24 October 2014
Are you like the 99.997% of people who struggle with self-doubt?
Have you wanted to do something amazing, launch a product, or start a movement, but let fear cripple you?
Well, today's guest knows a thing or two about overcoming self-doubt, tackling fear head on, and starting something world-changing.
His name is Jared Easley and in today's episode we talk about his journey, what it's like to interview world changers around the globe about how they starved their doubts, and how he started a MOVEMENT...literally.\
He's interviewed guests such as Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki, Gary Vaynerchuk, and many more, but the true value of this interview lies in his story.
So sit back, relax, forget about your fears and doubts and join Jared Easley and I for an amazing conversation.
Jared is the host of the Starve the Doubts Podcast, where he shares his conversations with successful entrepreneurs and high achievers on how to overcome self doubt. I’ve been a past guest and I assure you that it is one of the most unique and informative podcasts out there. Jared is also the co-founder of the Podcast Movement, a conference which just wrapped up its first year and from all accounts was a resounding success.
That is a major focus of this episode...how he took that from concept to must-attend, world-changing status and what you can learn from that experience.
Tue, 21 October 2014
Competition is a powerful fuel for motivation.
Competition helps us to get and stay motivated. It helps us generate new energy when we are stagnated.
Let’s face it, most of us are competitive to some extent. We are competitive with each other, with ourselves, with time. If we are playing a sport, I want to beat you, plain and simple. Sure, I will enjoy the game either way, but the fact is I will get more enjoyment out of it if I win.
Today, we’re going to discuss how competition can be the fuel to drive you to success.
PLUS, fives ways that competition pushes you to the next level in business and five ways you can use competition in your personal life.
Fri, 17 October 2014
What is your WHY?
Your WHY is what drives you. Your WHY explains everything that you do. And today’s guest, Ridgely Goldsborough, will help you find your WHY.
I’m so excited about this episode because I get to share not only an interviewbut alive exercise as Ridgely Goldsborough helps me to find my WHY.
After the interview and exercise, which was recorded more than two weeks ago, I share the results. This exercise has helped me in so many ways, and finding your WHY will help you, too.
It will change your life and help you to change the world.
Tue, 14 October 2014
Have you ever found yourself in a funk and not been able to get out, no matter what you do?
It’s that time of year again. For a lot of us the weather is changing. We’re spending less time outdoors, more time cramped up inside with the heat on, the dry stagnant air, and the days are getting shorter and shorter.
It's easy to get into a funk. But how do you get yourself out of it?
Fri, 10 October 2014
What are your passions?
If you read my recent post, Do You Even Know What Your True Dreams Are?, you know what I am truly asking. Even if you didn’t, you still know what I mean on some level. What wakes you up in the morning. What keeps you up at night? What has always fascinated you? What questions do you want answered?
Now, how can you make money from those passions? That’s what today’s episode is about.
Today, I interview former rockstar (seriously, he toured the country in a rock band) A.J. Amyx.
We discuss his background, what it was like to give up is identity as a rockstar and trade it for something so much greater, and how to get paid for your passions.
Aj Amyx is the Creator’s Mentor, Host of AMYXtv and founder of the Passionpreneur Academy.
Some people say he’s a business coach, smart marketer, consultant, brother or a free spirit. At his core, he just wants to help people get paid from their passions and make a difference in the world – since that is what he gets to do everyday.
Wed, 8 October 2014
I've made a ton of mistakes as a leader. Just ask anyone I have ever led…or read some of my previous posts here.
Ask my wife, my co-workers, my direct reports, my business partners, and bosses. You might want to block off a week or four to do it though.
But I made one big mistake that I didn’t even realize until now. One that led to almost every other mistake I made.