So many people live far below their potential because they're afraid of their skeletons being exposed...but what if you named the skeletons yoursself? It's time to put the past behind you, for good. In this episode, we'll discuss: A Sad truth about your importance Lessons from Dr. Frankenstein How to name Skeletons (and why you should)
My two friends, Tyler and Lisa, are two of the hardest working (and successful) women I know. Recently, I was with them and learned about their new venture, PhlebotomyNow, and learned a few takeaways that apply to our lives and careers as we seek to grow and find new opportunities in 2023. In this episode, we'll discuss: Discovering a Need (and filling the void) How to become irreplacable through the work you do Opening the ...
My good friend Mike asked me, "what did you do growing up?" I replied, "sports, video games, chase tumbleweeds." He asked me where tumbleweeds came from....and my lack of an answer inspired today's episode. In this episode, we'll discuss: Knowing the history of what you chase How to keep rolling Never stop pursuing
I'm appreciative of everyone who has taken the time to listen or share any of the last 700 episodes! Today we discuss the question I was recently asked, "what is the most important skill to develop in order to succeed in life." In this episode, we'll discuss: Never Letting Go Clear Cut Expectations What's more important than "being the best"
Do you want to become wealthy this year? The solution is simpler than you think and not at all what you think. In this episode, we'll discuss: Striving for something versus "means to an end" Where are you bleeding time? Why you should say No unless it's an abosulute Yes Organize It
The number one resolution most people have is to take care of their health, watch their diet, and for most...trim the fat. That is a philosophy we should take to all areas of our lives. In this episode, we'll discuss: Why smaller is better How to get results quicker by removal Why you should trim the fat but not remove it
A recent experience with a bad alignment in my car taught me about when we're aligned as people. In this episode, we'll discuss: Recognizing the signs of stress Getting off the Road Getting better alignment
My brother spent 40 hours over the course of Decemeber on a rowing machine rowing 500,000 meters, or 312 miles. There's nothing exciting about a rowing machine or the monotony of rowing but it gives us insight on the trait we need, consistency. In this episode, we'll discuss: Trial and error Surrounding yourself with consistency Plus/Minus Moves Stability and then growth
I have friends who are big believers in saving their homes to ward off negativity. The art of saging or smudging is thousands of years old and the concept behind it is one we should all embody. In this episode, we'll discuss: Setting Intentions Addition by Subtraction Let it Go
In the next few days, many will start working on the dreaded “New Year’s Resolutions.” Statistically, the second Friday of a new year, (January 13th, 2023) is national quit day…the day when the vast majority have already given up and forgotten about those “resolutions” they made. What’s the problem? Don’t most people really want to accomplish those goals or stick to the resolutions? I believe so. Then why don’t we stick with them? The short ...