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Ep #59: Becoming Indistractable with Nir Eyal
Why is it so easy for us to get to the end of the day and realize we haven't done everything we set out to do? Why is it so common for people to get distracted when trying to work on their goals? Nir Eyal, the bestselling author of Hooked and the upcoming Indistractable, joins the show today to share the root cause of distraction, as well as what it takes to build healthy habits that serve us.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2m4cYBr
|Sep 12, 2019|
Ep #58: Tap Into Your Full Potential with Ian Koniak
We have an unbelievable capacity to out-perform our own expectations, but often we need to be forced into it. Today I've got leading sales expert Ian Koniak on the show to talk about drive and how important it is to either be pushed or learn how to push yourself into your greatest self. In this episode, he discusses success and learning how to develop your purpose in a way that gets you performing at your highest level.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2jV0tHL
|Sep 05, 2019|
Ep #57: Finding Your Initiative with Joshua Spodek
What makes it so hard for most people to take initiative? Today I've got TEDx speaker, #1 bestselling author, and host of the award-winning Leadership and the Environment podcast Joshua Spodek back on the show to answer that question and more.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/31X3Oq0
|Aug 29, 2019|
Ep #56: Life Mapping for Abundance with Dana V. Adams
Life mapping has become one of the best ways to find direction, fulfillment, and abundance in your life—but what is it and how does it work? Today I've got one of the country’s top thought leaders on the life mapping process, Dana V. Adams, here to answer those questions and more.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2KJhGib
|Aug 22, 2019|
Ep #55: Accountability and Perseverance with Tyler Wagner
After realizing he could do the job he wanted to do without a degree, Tyler Wagner dropped out of college and started pursuing his goals his own way. Now the founder of Authors Unite and the host of the incredibly successful Authors Unite Podcast, Tyler joins the show today to discuss how he became the successful entrepreneur and author he is today.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2TeZyiv
|Aug 15, 2019|
Ep #54: One Goal At A Time with Jaime Masters
A business coach and the host of the Eventual Millionaire podcast, Jaime Masters has not only interviewed nearly 500 self-made millionaires and billionaires, but has also taught six- and seven-figure CEOs, entrepreneurs, and business owners how to double and triple their revenue. Today, Jaime joins us to share the lessons she has learned on her own journey to success and some great insight on finding focus, building barriers, and dealing with the uncomfortable stuff to reach your goals.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2ZCppUa
|Aug 08, 2019|
Ep #53: A Foundation of Character with Chris Widener
The value of character in the business world is something that is not discussed often enough. In this episode, Chris Widener joins me to share his story and why character is more valuable than skills. Ranked in the top 50 speakers in the world, Chris has some great wisdom to offer when it comes to success in business and in writing.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2ZkYsUI
|Aug 01, 2019|
Ep #52: Respectful Defiance with Tim Alison
After ignoring the naysayers and quitting a high paying position, Tim Alison went on to build a massively successful business. The host and executive producer of the Screw the Naysayers podcast, Tim joins me on the show to talk about how to make the most of your knowledge and experience, as well as how to understand your strengths and revamp the way you think about making money.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2Srpwz9
|Jul 25, 2019|
Ep #51: Learning From Hard Times and Taking Accountability for Your Life with JT McCormick
After growing up facing hunger, abandonment, and abuse, JT McCormick defied the odds and took accountability for his life from a young age. In this episode, you’ll hear how JT was able to go from stealing food to becoming the president of two multimillion-dollar companies. His position on positivity and his appreciation for the lessons he learned in the hardest times of his life are truly inspiring.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2SqO4s4
|Jul 18, 2019|
Ep #50: Leadership Through Serving with Anton Gunn
From growing up in a military family to working with five U.S. presidents, Anton Gunn has his finger on the pulse of the leadership space. A former college football star who was raised as a leader from the start, Anton is now an author and thought leader. He not only teaches us some of the most important principles of leadership, but also how to move through tragedy and work through the storm.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2LKARJb
|Jul 11, 2019|
Ep #49: Decide to Be a Millionaire with JV Crum III
What is the one thing that causes most new businesses to fail to reach the 7-figure mark? My guest today is here to answer that question and more. JV Crum III is a serial entrepreneur, author, speaker, high-performance coach, and the host of The Conscious Millionaire Podcast. In this episode, he leads us through his personal journey to becoming a millionaire at the age of 25 and going on to find meaning through helping others to do the same.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2RJyo2F
|Jul 04, 2019|
Ep #48: Coaching from Experience with Jairek Robbins
Jairek Robbins has had a fascinating journey in the coaching industry. From an 18-year-old with questions and a mission to help people to someone who speaks to businesses and organizations all over the United States, Jairek's transformation is inspiring and gave him some great insight to share with us today.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2WNKhdR
|Jun 20, 2019|
Ep #47: Switching Hats and Building Wealth with Dr. Greg S. Reid
Dr. Greg S. Reid is a top five keynote speaker who has been featured in over 70 books and was chosen by the Napoleon Hill Foundation to carry on the work of Napoleon Hill and partner on their projects. Greg joins the show today to share some of the most important and memorable lessons he picked up over the years he has spent talking with some of the most wealthy and innovative people in the world.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2MdwwjE
|May 30, 2019|
Ep #46: Breaking Free From Human 1.0 with Mark Metry
From being bullied, anxious, and sick to becoming a top voice in podcasting, Mark Metry has transformed his life. With social anxiety and other issues shaping who he was as a kid, Mark found massive financial success at a young age and proceeded on a rough journey trying to leave behind his life of quiet desperation and discover his purpose.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2YJMfbJ
|May 23, 2019|
Ep #45: From Consumer to Clarity with Mark Struczewski
In a world full of distractions, stress, and excuses, it can be hard to pull yourself out of the muck of mindless consumption and break through into a place of true productivity and success. Today we have Mr. Productivity himself (a.k.a. Mark Struczewski) on the show to share some vital strategies and habits that will help you improve the way you use your time. The ultimate goal is to be more intentional with the time that you’re given, and Mark has some solid advice and methods you can use to do just that.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2E6sqTY
|May 16, 2019|
Ep #44: Gen Z Entrepreneurs and Role Models with Ava Wettrick
As communication, technology, and entertainment change throughout the generations, it’s hard to keep track of what’s good and what’s damaging. Ava Wettrick, an 18-year-old rising star in the entrepreneurial arena, has quite a bit of insight on the topic—and she has a mission, too. In this episode, Ava discusses the unique challenges her fellow Gen Zers are facing and how she plans to help.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2WquJsb
|May 09, 2019|
Ep #43: Designing Your Life with Jordan Paris
“Don’t make a living, design a life.” That phrase defines much of what Jordan Paris has done and now teaches others to do, as well. Jordan joins the show today to share his journey from an average high school student to a 21-year-old with a business, a book, a podcast, and a passion-fueled life.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2VEjBuJ
|May 02, 2019|
Ep #42: Healthy, Wealthy and Wise with Scotty Schindler
When it comes to entrepreneurship and working with startups, there are many decisions and opportunities that present themselves—which makes choosing the right ones to tackle a hard task. Scotty Schindler is a world class surfer and an expert in successful startups and business growth. He joins the show today to share how to make sure you're not being pulled in too many directions and stay focused on one thing without missing out on different opportunities.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2G5xBUn
|Apr 11, 2019|
Ep #41: Mental Toughness with Sam Kuhnert
Sam Kuhnert was born with one hand and would have had every excuse to not try out sports, but his strong work ethic and incredible mindset took him on a journey of success and powerful impact. He joins us on the show today to share the story of his personal growth and why he founded the NubAbility Athletic Foundation at the age of 17. There are some key lessons to learn about the value of a strong mindset and following your passion to reach your potential despite setbacks.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2FVZ5vJ
|Apr 04, 2019|
Ep #40: Writing Your Own Life Script with Angelina Zimmerman
Mindset shifts and managing limiting beliefs are skills that are crucial to success in life and business alike. Angelina Zimmerman, a writer, coach and host, specializes in teaching people how to write the script to their lives in a way that allows for growth and freedom. She joins me on the show to discuss what it takes to gain a winning mindset that allows you to achieve more and reach your greatest potential.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2TVTijo
|Mar 28, 2019|
Ep #39: Vulnerability, Values and Change with Julian Watkins
Many of us want to create change in some way, whether it's in our personal lives or on a grander scale. Julian Watkins comes to us with some great insight from his own journey on how to create a vision for your life that is impactful in all the right ways. After struggling with addiction, depression, career confusion and more, Julian has learned and internalized important lessons that we can all benefit from.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2EQwnvs
|Mar 21, 2019|
Ep #38: Writing for Results with Rob Kosberg
Writing a book can be a valuable business growth tool, but it has to be done right. Today I've got Rob Kosberg, founder of Best Seller Publishing, on the show to share exactly what it takes to create a book that will do well. He shares his unique career journey, from real estate to financial services to publishing, as well as key insight on career growth and success.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2SVJ8tF
|Mar 14, 2019|
Ep #37: Stop Playing the Waiting Game with Jesse Krieger
The idea of writing a book may have occurred to you at some point, but knowing where to start—or even why you should spend time doing it—can be a stalling point. Jesse Krieger joins us to share his passion for helping people write and distribute books in a way that is rewarding for them and truly beneficial for others. He discusses the main thing that tends to hold people back from writing and how he helps authors and business owners get past that hurdle.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2IQIKgn
|Mar 07, 2019|
Ep #36: The Success Process with Dr. Jason Selk
How do you define success? Do you know where you’re trying to go? Dr. Jason Selk joins us today to share his expertise on high-performance techniques and finding clarity through processes and defining what you want. Jason knows the high-performance field well and has coached professionals in the sports and business worlds to achieve their goals and find massive success.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2TcwGdk
|Feb 28, 2019|
Ep #35: Using Standards Rather Than Goals with Derek Mills
Have you ever set goals and fallen short of achieving them? If so, then daily standards are the missing link to your happiness and success. In this episode, Derek Mills breaks down the difference between standards and goals, and shares how setting standards (rather than goals) can change your career, relationships, and life in an incredible way.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2BFRLTy
|Feb 21, 2019|
Ep #34: Overcoming the Odds with Dr. Demartini
Despite extremely inhibiting learning difficulties and many nay-sayers from the start, Dr. Demartini has surpassed expectations. His unique life story goes from not being able to learn to transforming into an educator and communicator who is making an impact around the world. In this episode, he shares how he achieved so much and what we can all do to create more meaningful and effective lives.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2WTgwof
|Feb 14, 2019|
Ep #33: Revolutionizing Convenience Through Customer Service with Shep Hyken
Customer service is a huge deal when it comes to how a business is perceived and how much it succeeds. The guru of customer service and amazing customer experiences, Shep Hyken, joins us on the show to share his unique perspective on how customer service should be done. He shares how convenience is an age-old marketing strategy that can revolutionize your business and life if implemented in the right way.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2UFC7yD
|Feb 07, 2019|
Ep #32: Vision to Action - Connecting the Dots with Tommy Baker
Have you ever wondered why one person of a certain age, gender, or demographic can achieve monumental, life-changing results while another is stuck spinning their wheels? Many of us wonder this about others around us, using comparison and a flawed mindset that end up holding us back. Tommy Baker is passionate about finding the ingredients that give two people in similar situations very different results, and today he's here to share what he has found.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2UoeLNQ
|Jan 31, 2019|
Ep #31: Learning, Time Management and Leadership with Lee Cockerell
Lee Cockerell, VP of operations at Walt Disney World Resort, joins me on the podcast to share the massive amount of wisdom he has accumulated throughout his life and journey in leadership. He talks about the importance of time management and how doing it correctly can help you achieve all of the important things in your life rather than letting it slip by. Lee shares his passion for leadership, as well as some insight on learning and growing through avenues you enjoy.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2U2GAuH
|Jan 24, 2019|
Ep #30: Life Mastery and Living Happy with Valerie Sheppard
After experiencing a catastrophic stroke, Valerie Sheppard woke up to the truth of who she is and found a way to transition into a life of mindfulness and compassion. She joins us on the podcast to share her personal journey of frustration, discovery, and recovery. Valerie gives us some valuable insight on how to find happiness, success, and fulfillment through understanding and giving grace to yourself.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2Ckrbio
|Jan 17, 2019|
Ep #29: ADHD, Cyber Addiction and Schindler’s Gift with Kevin Roberts
Kevin Roberts has studied ADHD and cyber addiction, and he has come to terms with how they affect his own life. He joins the show today to give us a better understanding of why people with ADHD act the way they do, as well as how typically negative traits and energy can be positively redirected through passion and purpose. You'll get some truly valuable insight into harnessing the huge gifts and strengths that lie within ADHD.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2GZXqca
|Jan 10, 2019|
Ep #28: Business Growth Strategies and Enjoying the Ride with Sean Crabtree
Sean Crabtree helped to build and grow many successful companies and has found a focus and passion in training dentists and entrepreneurs in business strategy. He has some valuable advice on how to gain clarity on what your business needs and building a plan that is focused on a bigger purpose that keeps you and your team going.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2VlNay1
|Jan 03, 2019|
Ep #27: Solving Big Issues in Small Ways Through Leadership with Joshua Spodek
There are many methods for measuring and discovering underlying issues with the environment, as well as other hard-to-tackle topics. Joshua Spodek is here to talk about how to use leadership as a way to make major progress that everyone can be involved in to solve the world’s biggest problems.
Joshua discusses why it can be so hard to get people to change the way they live and how he works to influence others in a non-pushy and inspiring way. He breaks down the keys to long-term progress and shares stories that offer great insight into why it's so important to act on our values—no matter how small.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2Ss2M0Q
|Dec 27, 2018|
Ep #26: Healing Past Trauma and Taming Your Inner Critic with Sarah Peyton
One of the most important ways we can clarify our purpose and maximize our potential is by understanding our brains and neurochemistry, and my guest today is here to help us do just that. A certified trainer and neuroscience educator, Sarah Peyton integrates brain science and the use of resonant language to heal both physical and emotional trauma. She teaches and lectures internationally, and she joins the show to share her passion for weaving together neuroscience knowledge and experiences of healing to unify people with their brains and bodies.
In this episode, Sarah explains the science behind our emotions and unconscious drivers, as well as key insights from her book, Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing. Listen in to learn her tips for calming anxious minds, why taking time to be present is so important, and how to tame your inner critic.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2UBrbCD
|Dec 20, 2018|
Ep #25: Building Mental Toughness in Yourself and Others with Ben Newman
How do you deal with adversity? Do you let it break you, or do you face it head-on and learn from it? My guest today is an expert at the latter, and he joins the show to share what we can all do to improve how we handle challenges in our lives so we can turn them into strengths.
Ben Newman is a high-performance coach, international speaker, bestselling author, and mental toughness trainer. His numerous past clients have included Microsoft, the United States Army, the Miami Dolphins, and the Minnesota Vikings, as well as entrepreneurs and top athletes around the world. Listen in to hear Ben’s highly sought-after advice on building confidence, motivating others, and increasing mental toughness.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2UqLjaE
|Dec 13, 2018|
Ep #24: Motivating Yourself and Showing Up to Create the Life You Want with Nicholas Bayerle
Nicholas Bayerle is the CEO of The Billion Dollar Body, a company that helps men reach their ultimate state of health, power, and confidence. An international speaker and coach, Nicholas was rated one of the Top 30 Under 30 influencers, and has coached top male CEOs to help them prosper in all areas of their lives.
Nicholas joins the show today to share his inspiring journey from dealing with crippling anxiety and depression to speaking in front of large audiences all over the world. Listen in to learn what finally turned his life around and hear his advice for how to get on the path to clarifying your purpose, maximizing your impact, and influencing the world in a positive and powerful way.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2DTGlNQ
|Dec 06, 2018|
Ep #23: Believing in Yourself and Going After Your Goals with Jim Cathcart
My guest today is an accomplished speaker, leadership development expert, mentor, strategic advisor, and motivational expert. With 42 years of experience, Jim Cathcart has given over 3,200 speeches worldwide, including one of the most highly viewed TEDx talks of all time. Also the author of 19 books, including The Acorn Principle and Relationship Selling, Jim’s worldview and growth mindset are not only inspirational, but also powerful drivers for his success.
In this episode, Jim shares his incredible journey from being overweight and underpaid to getting into the best shape of his life and working with his personal heroes. Listen in to hear the pivotal moment that changed the course of his life, what holds too many of us back from our dreams, and advice for maximizing your potential to make an impact on the world.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2DJqYaH
|Nov 29, 2018|
Ep #22: Increasing Your Influence Through Passion and Authenticity with Teresa de Grosbois
My guest today is a four-time bestselling author and international speaker sought out by entrepreneurs and large corporations wanting to better understand how local word of mouth can suddenly turn into an epidemic. Specializing in the topics of influence and success, Teresa de Grosbois has taken three books to bestseller status in just eight months. Her newest book, Mass Influence: The Habits of the Highly Influential, hit #1 international bestseller status in North America and Europe on the same day it launched.
As the chair of the Evolutionary Business Council, Teresa leads an international, invitation-only council of speakers and influencers dedicated to teaching the principles of success, and she joins this episode to share her expertise. Listen in to hear the key characteristics and behaviors of influential people, the big mistake that holds many would-be influencers back, and what you can do to increase your own influence within your industry.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2Fifs8s
|Nov 15, 2018|
Ep #21: High Performance Leadership Through Feedback, Faith and Focus with Jordan Montgomery
When it comes to being a leader and operating at a higher performance level, Jordan Montgomery seems to have mastered what it takes. Aside from waking up at 4:15 AM, Jordan has some inspiring and helpful tips on how to have a greater impact in your life, work and with your clients. From finding your blind spots through asking for feedback to the importance of relationships, there are a lot of great ways to level up.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2Ds6Nie
|Nov 08, 2018|
Ep #20: Building Your Confidence and Learning to Flourish with Yvonne E.L. Silver
My guest today teaches women to flourish in business. Speaker, coach, mentor, writer, business owner, and mother Yvonne EL Silver develops programs for women who need to rebuild their confidence, build up their resources, elevate their careers, and become the best versions of themselves. With over 25 years of experience helping people develop, Yvonne also chairs mentorship programs for multiple groups, including the Business and Professional Women Calgary and Canadian Business Chicks.
In this episode, Yvonne shares how she leverages her core values of creativity, compassion, inspiration, and possibility to bring her clients more confidence, success in life and business, better work-life balance, and increased quality family time. You'll hear her tips for beating burnout, improving your confidence, and learning to flourish in your career.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2ytB9MW
|Oct 25, 2018|
Ep #19: Staying Present and Moving Forward Through Hard Times with Angelike Norrie
Physical muscle and spiritual muscle have a lot in common and Angelike Norrie joins us to share her journey of learning and teaching this concept. After going through incredible amounts of stress and difficulty, Angelike has some great insight into how to find your non-negiables in life and staying present during rough times. She also talks about her career journey from professional martial artist to sales and how she figured out the importance of finding your identity in God and moving through life with obedience.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2OvfJJp
|Oct 18, 2018|
Ep #018: Embracing Your Gifts and Creating a Legacy of Prosperity with Luci McMonagle
Are you missing out on or ignoring important skills or gifts? Many people do this unintentionally or out of fear. Luci McMonagle joins me on the podcast this episode to talk about realizing, harnessing and using your gifts to make a lasting legacy of prosperity. She shares her fascinating journey to understand her own gifts, how she pushed past the fear and shifted her mindset in order to become the empowering and impactful person she is today.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2Ed7wov
|Oct 11, 2018|
Ep #017: Managing Stress and Becoming the Person You Were Meant To Be with Tom Meyers
My guest today is a forward thinker, keynote speaker, author, osteopath, and body-centered stress expert. Known as TomTom the Health Navigator, Tom Meyers helps people navigate stress and reach their full potential with his novel body-mind and educational approach to manifesting your best self. Offering osteopathic treatments at his private practice in Brussels and hosting workshops on building resilience, Tom teaches people all over the world how to "futurize" themselves in order to thrive in today's fast-changing world.
In this episode, he shares his inspiring journey to finding purpose, as well as what we can all do in order to realize our natural talents and make life worth living. Listen in to hear what Tom did to overcome his lowest point in life, key concepts from his book, Futurize Yourself, and advice for discovering and becoming the person you were born to be.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2DWbvG5
|Oct 04, 2018|
Ep #016: Prioritizing What Matters and Making Life Fun with Kathryn Kemp Guylay
In the chaos of our busy lives it’s easy to lose track of what’s important and let the world’s agenda take over. In this episode, Kathryn Kemp Guylay joins us to share some techniques and ideas that will help you prioritize what is most important in your life and not get distracted or brought down by the chaos and complexity of life. She talks about how easy it is to get swept away in the busy status quo rather than focusing on our family, health and personal goals.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2QafCj3
|Sep 27, 2018|
Ep #015: Examining Your Relationship with Money with Leslie Juvin-Acker
My guest today has over ten years of experience as a career development and emotional intelligence expert for global industry leaders, including IBM, Adidas, and Facebook. President and Chief Happiness Officer of Leslie Inc., Leslie Juvin-Acker has coached hundreds of individuals and helped them overcome divorce, career transitions, and debt.
As a survivor of working poverty herself, Leslie believes that everybody is capable of financial abundance, and she has grown a loyal following through her unique techniques, inspirational lessons, and charismatic personality. In this episode, she shares how she helps leaders find their happiness and repair their relationship with money through her practical advice and simple solutions. Listen in to hear insights from her upcoming book, The Money Formula, the major lesson she wants everyone to take away from it, and what we all must overcome in order to achieve financial freedom.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2Nd7SzD
|Sep 20, 2018|
Ep #014: Body Language and Conflict Management with Sharon Sayler
When it comes to being a better leader, manager, teammate, coworker or employee, good communication skills are incredibly valuable. Sharon Sayler stops by to discuss the importance of understanding body language and how we can use that understanding to better communicate with those we work with. She also shares some top notch advice on how to find a mentor who is invested in you and why reciprocity is so important to your success in business and in life.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2NEpTGv
|Sep 13, 2018|
Ep #013: Sharing Your Message with the World with Patty Farmer
Patty Farmer is an award-winning marketing and media strategist, international speaker, radio host, magazine publisher, event producer, and bestselling author. Specializing in marketing and business growth strategies, Patty works with small business owners, entrepreneurs, and speakers to attract and convert their ideal clients. She believes we all have a message, and her mission is to help all her clients master, market, and monetize that message in a way that creates transformation for both them and their clients.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2wJYolm
|Sep 06, 2018|
Ep #012: Living and Communicating in a Meaningful Way with David Norrie
Communication is changing constantly and most of us struggle to find meaningful connections. David Norrie has a lot to say about communication and how you can pivot the way you think, live and communicate in order to lead a successful and impactful life. He shares his own journey from a young age to find significance and meaning in work and life and how he has overcome obstacles and flaws to find a passionate and purpose-filled life.
David talks about his own mental and spiritual evolution and how he turned negative experiences into growth opportunities through recognizing course correction in his life. He shares specific stories and wisdom from his marriage and business (run by him and his wife) that we can all learn from. From books to mentors, he talks about the greatest influences on his life and what has helped him reach the level of success and fulfillment he is at.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2wnniqK
|Aug 30, 2018|
Ep #011: Setting Goals and Turning Them Into Reality with Jeramy Freeman
My guest today is a highly motivated and accomplished individual, and I know he will inspire everyone who listens to this interview. Jeramy Freeman is a professional athlete and trainer who has been highlighted, promoted, and published in every major health and fitness and muscle magazine in the world over the last ten years.
The most photographed bodybuilder in the world from 2000 to 2001, Jeramy now provides fitness and nutritional guidance for countless athletes—including NHL hockey players, UFC and MMA fighters, Division I athletes, and more—as well as recruits entering the military, corporate execs, and real-life everyday people. In addition to being the only professional in his class to formulate, create, and represent his own line of health supplement products, he's a successful entrepreneur and owner of many business endeavors. He's also the author of Choices, a guidebook to help readers instill specific characteristics that will allow them to make habitual higher-level choices so that they can live a more extraordinary life.
In this episode, Jeramy shares how he has become what he calls a "professional goal-achiever." Listen in to hear his inspiring story, the important lessons he's learned throughout his career, and advice on defining your own goals and turning them into reality.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2wheQZ1
|Aug 23, 2018|
Ep #010: Recognizing God’s Plan and Purpose for Your Life with Pastor Mark Anderson
The best definition I’ve heard for sin is the violation of God’s purpose for your life and mine. My guest today rose to meet God’s call for him to serve the church, and I'm honored to have him on the podcast to share his story.
Pastor Mark Anderson has been a personal mentor in my life and the lives of many people I know. He served as Pastor of Lynwood Baptist Church from 1994 until 2000, and after eight years of pastoring at Colonial Heights Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi, returned to Lynwood to serve as Pastor again.
In this episode, he opens up about his faith journey, including the experience that made him realize God's purpose for him. Listen in to hear how he recognized that God was calling him to be a pastor, his advice for handling the common challenges of nonbelievers, and how to live a life that God will honor.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2B2Uo3O
|Aug 16, 2018|
Ep #009: Finding Success While Loving Life with Michelle DeNio
As a business owner or entrepreneur of any kind it can be hard to confuse success with things that don’t actually add value and joy to your life. Michelle DeNio joins us on the show today to share her story and the breakthrough she had when it came to redefining success and finding happiness in all areas of her life. She sheds light on what it takes to truly succeed and the importance of being independent but also willing to ask for help and learn from others.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2LYELj5
|Aug 09, 2018|
Ep #008: Making Hiring Easier and More Effective with Brad Owens
The hiring process has become overcomplicated and overwhelming for the job seeker as well as those doing the hiring. Brad Owens is an incredible HR and hiring expert who joins us and shares why this process needs to be simplified on all sides and how you can make steps to do that. He shares some truly valuable advice that will help you avoid common hiring mistakes and attract the talent (or job) that is the perfect fit for you.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2LQTEmF
|Aug 02, 2018|
Ep #007: Overcoming Personal Hangups and Learning From Others' Mistakes with Charmaine Hammond
Today’s guest has been in the business of transforming lives and raising dreams for more than 25 years. A correctional officer turned corporate dispute resolution expert and bestselling author, Charmaine Hammond now travels the world teaching the principles of cooperation, partnership, and sponsorship. She has developed sponsorship relationships with more than 40 sponsors and 60 business partners, and her recent speaking and book tour, A Million Acts of Kindness, saw more than 40 businesses and retail chains raising funds to support this movement.
In this episode, Charmaine shares how she transformed from a shy youth afraid to ask people for money to a successful entrepreneur who teaches people how to find corporate sponsors. Listen in to hear how she built her business, the important lessons she learned throughout her professional journey, and advice for avoiding the mistakes she made along the way.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2zU6BHn
|Jul 26, 2018|
Ep #006: Serving Humanity and Becoming the Leader That the World Needs with Ben Gioia
My guest today is a two-time bestselling author and international speaker who makes mindfulness and service central to everything he teaches. The president of InfluenceWithAHeart.com, Ben Gioia partners with entrepreneurs, leaders, consultants, and coaches to bring their vision, message, and impact to the world.
After his experience trekking—and almost dying—in the mountains of South India, Ben discovered a fire inside to serve, and today his teachings are used by more than 20,000 people worldwide. In this episode, he shares the important lessons he learned along his journey to fulfillment, why it's important for all of us to consider ourselves leaders, and so much more.
|Jul 19, 2018|
Ep #005: Following Your Passion and Making an Impact with Angel Ribo
Research has shown that everyone views their work in one of three ways: as a job, a career, or a calling. While employees who see what they do as a job view each day as an inconvenience, and those who have a career work out of necessity and for the opportunity to succeed and grow, those who view work as a calling see it as fulfilling because it contributes to a greater purpose and brings meaning to their lives. My guest today is a perfect sample of someone who has followed his passion to become a part of the third group.
Known as The CEO Confidant, Angel Ribo helps established entrepreneurs and corporate CEOs understand, discover, and design a plan to go into international markets. Over the last 19 years, Angel has helped more than 1,500 CEOs in 33 different countries. Also an international TV host, public speaker, consultant, and philanthropist, Angel has helped hundreds of underprivileged children in Latin America become entrepreneurs using their local resources through his international foundation, Wisdom for Kids.
In this episode, Angel shares the major life experiences and mindset that got him to where he is today. Listen in to learn what led him to leave a well-paying career in order to follow his passion for helping others, what he would do differently if he could go back and start over, and advice for anyone who wants to use their life to make an impact.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2N3iBbB
|Jul 12, 2018|
Ep #004: Striving for Success and Finding Faith with David Limbaugh
It is my distinct pleasure to welcome David Limbaugh to the show today. A lawyer, nationally syndicated columnist, conservative political commentator, and author, David has appeared on hundreds of national and local television and radio shows, including CNN’s Crossfire, The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, and many others. His New York Times bestselling titles include The Emmaus Code, Jesus on Trial, The Great Destroyer, Crimes Against Liberty, Bankrupt, Persecution, and Absolute Power.
In this episode, he shares his success journey, as well as his personal struggles with overcoming his doubts about Christianity before ultimately accepting Christ. Listen in to hear the key lessons David learned throughout his life and career, why he says people should never chase fame, and the major breakthroughs that cemented his professional success and his faith.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2lKnGdd
|Jul 05, 2018|
Ep #003: Taking Responsibility In Order to Take Control of Your Life with Adam Lamb
I am responsible. Those are three of the most powerful and transformative words a person can say, as personal responsibility—or lack thereof—is often the key difference between success and failure. And while it’s true that we can’t control what happens to us in most circumstances, we can and must control how we respond to and progress through inevitable adversities. My guest today is a living testament to that fact.
Adam Lamb is a speaker, author, and relationship guide for men of all ages, assisting them to reconnect with their authentic masculine power through one-on-one and group coaching, programs, and immersive retreats. The host of the weekly live video show, Morning MANifesto, Adam has published three books, including Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable, Profanity and Its Proper Use, and An Initiated Man, Finally, which is a #1 Amazon bestseller.
In this episode, Adam opens up about his personal struggles along his journey to finally taking ownership of himself and his past mistakes. Listen in to hear how he was able to take back his power and control over his own life, advice he would give his younger self, and what he says are essential habits for becoming successful.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2tndbjf
|Jun 28, 2018|
Ep #002: Setting Goals and Recognizing the Potential Within with Donny Beasley
If you could do better, should you? This moral consideration really makes you think, and in the end, it comes down to whether or not you strive to reach your full potential. And while it does take work, one of the greatest gifts you can give your children, loved ones, those you lead, and yourself, is the gift of recognizing the potential within—by developing your own potential to the fullest.
Here to give his inspiring perspective on that concept is CEO of Tri-State Water, Power, and Air, Donny Beasley. At the helm since his company’s inception in 1992, Donny has led the business through incredible growth and expansion from 11 employees in one location to over 130 employees and four locations. A certified Water Specialist and member of the RainSoft Hall of Fame, Donny has been honored with a Certificate of Appreciation from the National Guard Reserves and made an undeniable positive impact on his employees, customers, and community.
In this episode, he shares the mindset and habits that have led to his success. Listen in to hear what he says is the key to setting and reaching goals, how his faith has guided him, and advice for unlocking your own potential along your path to succeeding in all areas of life.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2yy1Geu
|Jun 28, 2018|
Ep #001: Creating Your Ten-Year Vision Plan with Joel Brown
Where do you see yourself in ten years? It’s such a commonly asked question, but have you ever really stopped to map out exactly where you want to be? My guest today did, and he now runs the number one motivation website in the world.
Joel Brown built Addicted2Success.com from scratch and turned it into a huge success, with over 100 million views and over 50 million unique website views from his worldwide audience. Not to mention, his Addicted2Success Podcast has reached over 1.2 million podcast plays and downloads to date. He’s worked alongside some of the greats in motivation, business, and spirituality, including Tony Robbins, Gary Vaynerchuk, and many more.
Needless to say, Joel has insights and analytics on personal development like no one else in his industry, and he’s here today to share valuable advice on what it takes to make your dream a reality. Listen in to hear why he says it’s crucial to figure out exactly where you want to be in ten years and how to reverse-engineer your path to get there.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2tbYZdy
|Jun 20, 2018|