Motivational speaker and businessman, Jim Rohn, once said, "You're the average of the 5 people you spend most of your time with." The people around you matter and you need people who will challenge you and help you grow.
In episode 63, we discuss:
5 types of people you need in your circle
Identify the characteristics in each group
Pinpoint exactly how to find someone who fits each role
Oprah, because, OPRAH!
Choosing to walk away from his family's $100 million business was the hardest decision Joe Pardo has ever made. He started in the business at 6-years old sweeping floors and over the years learned the details of every department. Most people dream of the kind of success Joe achieved, but in 2014, Joe resigned.Read More
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You have the power to design your life according to how you want to live. If you believe having the life you want is impossible, today’s episode is for you. If you think you must choose between a relationship or family and a career, you don’t.
Darrah Brustein has spent the last decade designing and integrating her life and work, not choosing one over the other. She is the founder of the networking events company, Network Under 40and is a regular contributor to Forbes, Thrive Globaland Entrepreneur. Darrah is bringing everything she's learned to YOU at the Life By Design, Not Default Virtual Summit - 3 Days. 45 Speakers. 20+ Hours of Content, all for Free.Read More
Monika Bhasinquit her 6-figure job at a pharmaceutical company because she felt like she was "pulling her hair and her teeth every single day." She went to acting school, waited tables, owned a food truck and more before launching her travel app, GLYD (Go Live Your Dreams). She knows the determination and courage it takes to overcome the professional, personal and psychological hurdles women face.
With the launch of GLYD, a travel platform that connects travelers with locals in their destination, she hopes to not only disrupt the travel industry for the better, but to also create opportunities and inspire people across the globe.Read More
The need to be perfect is holding you back. All the stories we tell ourselves that our work or our life has to be perfect before we can get started or move forward, holds us back and stress us out from fully experiencing life. What would happen if you dared yourself to do it anyway? To do it, whatever your it is, even if it meant it wasn’t perfect?
Perfectionism masks itself in accomplishments but it’s really about not wanting to fail.
Let go of perfect and strive for adaptability instead.Read More
How do we keep ties strong with people we care about and continue to meet new people in real and meaningful ways? In a technology obsessed world building and maintaining connections becomes harder and harder. It's comfortable behind our screens swiping, scrolling, texting and emailing.
In this episode we discuss:
5 simple ways to have cultivate meaningful connection
How technology has disconnected us from nature
My favorite part of Podcast Movement
Based on the best selling book, The Four Agreements, we are talking about what to do when you find yourself taking things personally. The book shifted my perspective on how I view my role opposite of others.
Giveaway! Enter now to win a FREE copy of The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. The book spent over 7 years on the NYT bestsellers list and sold over 5 million copies.Read More
Today we are talking with The Business Bully, Dave Anderson about getting out of your own way by doing things that work but might feel uncomfortable... at first. Selling yourself is something that everyone needs to learn. Every single one of us sells everyday whether we are trying to get a job, get a date, or get a discount – our lives are filled with these daily occurrences.Read More
If you want to accomplish something big -- or even something small -- and have been waiting for motivation to strike, this episode is for you. "Motivation isn't something you get -- motivation is something you create, on your own, by following a process that allows you to improve, bit by bit." Jeff Haden, author of The Motivation Myth: How High Achievers Really Set Themselves Up to Win and contributing editor of Inc. Magazine..Read More