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Episodes 616-619 with Joe Calloway
“I’m making this way more complicated than it needs to be.” Do you ever have that thought? We all do. We live in a world that becomes more complex every day, and cluttered processes and complications are the enemies of control in your life and your business. But with simplification and focus as your pillars, Keep It Simple teaches you how to take charge of your goals and your life as Joe Calloway, an expert in Leadership & Performance, shares strategies and tips from his book, “Keep It Simple: Unclutter Your Mind to Uncomplicate Your Life.”
Episodes 611-614 with Kim Ades
Why do some people overcome obstacles and reach their dreams, while others stay stuck in the mundane and mediocre? Much of it has to do with our frame of mind. Our attitude and beliefs have tremendous power to shape our reality. “Frame of Mind Coaching” founder Kim Ades, an expert on thought management, shares tips from her program.
Episodes 606-610 with Alexi Panos and Preston Smiles
If you want to lead an ideal life, you must become the best version of yourself. Alexi Panos and Preston Smiles share exercises, insights, and challenges to help you attain the personal freedom you have always been seeking. Choose your life. It’s now or never as Alexi and Preston share from their book, “Now or Never: Your Epic Life in 5 Steps.”
Episodes 601-604 with Amber De La Garza
Amber De La Garza, The Productivity Specialist, is a sought after Personal Productivity Trainer, Speaker, and Business Efficiency Consultant. She provides her clients with precisely what they need to maximize their success – the best in productivity training and consulting. She specializes in helping entrepreneurs leverage their time to reduce stress, grow their business, make more money, and still have time for what matters most. Amber shares some simple productivity tips from her free download resource, “10 Way’s You’re SCREWING Your Productivity.”
Episodes 596-599 with Jeff Spadafora
You are probably going to live a whole adult lifetime that wasn’t available to your parents and grandparents. Their life expectancy at birth was 50 years. We have two lifetimes now. Life I is what occurs before halftime, and Life II comes afterward. Most people have a pretty good plan for Life I, but few can see their way forward into Life II. Most people are unprepared, and they are searching for meaning in mid-life. Author Jeff Spadafora from the Halftime Institute talks about life-changing lessons from his book, “The Joy Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Peace, Purpose, and Balance.”
Episodes 586-589 with Cort Dial
Cort Dial says peak business performance is achieved by not by stifling humanity, but by embracing it. In his new book he introduces a new framework for inspiring and influencing others called All-In™ Leadership. Cort reminds readers that history’s greatest men and women were once seen as heretics. Author and performance coach Cort Dial shares leadership tips from his book, “Heretics to Heroes: A Memoir on Modern Leadership”
Episodes 581-585 with Daniel Packard
Relationships are so vital to our lives. Being with the right person brings us joy and happiness. Being with the wrong person not only makes us miserable but can have an adverse impact on our business and every other area of life. Trainer of Love Athletes Daniel Packard shares life-changing love lessons from his Online Course: “Next Level Love.”
Episodes 576-579 with Stephanie Melish
Some mistakes are easily identifiable, but what about the ones that are not? How do you correct them when you don’t even know you’re making them? You’re in luck. Stephanie Melish has compiled a list of the ten biggest mistakes she’s seen her coaching clients making repeatedly and packaged them into an impactful step-by-step guide on how to stop making them and start conquering them. Stephanie shares some of those insights from her book, “Bank Your Mistakes: How to convert 10 common business practices into bigger profits instantly”
Episodes 566-570 with Kute Blackson
So what are you waiting for? For someone to save you? If so, you’re not alone. But it’s not going to happen. Your parents won’t rescue you. Your friends won’t carry you. No one’s coming. Know why? Everything you are seeking is within you already. Because you’re already here. You. Are. The. ONE. Transformational speaker Kute Blackson shares encouraging and inspiring, life-changing lessons from his book, “You Are The One: A Bold Adventure in Finding Purpose, Discovering the Real You, and Loving Fully.”
Episodes 561-565 with Ryan Snow
There are countless books written for salespeople about various sales techniques. Most salespeople use these techniques daily, yet the majority still fail to achieve the results they want. So, what is the difference between “average” performers and the top 1% in your company or industry? The more you study the world’s top salespeople, in any industry, the more you realize that their success is a result of who they are more than merely what they do. Thus, logic would have it that if you want to take your SALES to the next level, you must first figure out how to take your SELF to the next level (because it only happens in that order). Ryan Snow shares specific tips how you can achieve this from his book, “The Miracle Morning for Salespeople: The Fastest Way to Take Your SELF and Your SALES to the Next Level.”
Episodes 556-559 with Elizabeth Crook
There is no way around it, life is full of decisions, and many of them are critical, life-changing variety. Yet, with so much riding on those decisions, it can be amazing how little training we have on how to give ourselves the BEST chance at making the right choice. Elizabeth Crook shares some practical tips on making informed, intentional decisions, based on her upcoming new book, “Live Large – The Achiever’s Guide to What’s Next.”
Episodes 551-554 with Wilma Jones
Do you dread going into work every Monday? Do the ongoing people, processes and policy struggles increase your stress and reduce your happiness? Are you tired of the dysfunctional work routine and want to feel happier at the job? Workplace wellness expert Wilma Jones shares some tips from her book, “Is It Monday Already?!: 197 Tools and Tips to Start Living Happier at Work.”
Episodes 546-550 with Glenn Livingston
Most contemporary thought on overeating and bingeing focuses on healing and self-love. But people who’ve overcome food and weight issues often report it was more like capturing and caging a rabid dog than learning to love their inner child. Open the cage even an inch—or show that dog an ounce of fear—and it’ll quickly burst out to shred your healthy eating plans, undoing all your progress in a heartbeat. Psychologist Glenn Livingston offers tips from his book, “Never Binge Again: Reprogram Yourself to Think Like a Permanently Thin Person. Stop Overeating and Binge Eating and Stick to the Food Plan of Your Choice!”
Episodes 541-545 with Rachel Cruze
In her book, Love Your Life, Not Theirs, Rachel Cruze shines a spotlight on the most damaging money habit we have: comparing ourselves to others. Then she unpacks seven essential money habits for living the life we really want-a life in line with our values, where we can afford the things we want to buy without being buried under debt, stress, and worry. Ramsey Personality Rachel Cruze shares financial tips to help you “Love Your Life, Not Theirs.”
Episodes 536-540 with Alex Charfen
Most people live their entire lives in the herd, following trends and driving toward expectations that others hold over them. It’s understandable: challenging the status quo is difficult and scary. But this fear results in a lack of perspective. It forces people to live their lives without. While many books, seminars, and presentations have been developed around the power of intention, few understand the real tactics of intention. But there are tactics, steps we can all take to live with intention and achieve our greatest outcomes. By understanding how to lower pressure and noise in our lives, and create the systems and frameworks for protection and support, anyone can allow their unique strengths and abilities – their superpowers – to show up in incredible ways. Alex Charfen show how to Awaken Your Superpower.
Episodes 531-535 with Angus Nelson
If you are not already a free-agent worker, chances are you will be at some point in the future. More and more of us are transitioning from traditional full-time employees to free agents—entrepreneurs, independent contractors, and freelancers who work for multiple clients, often at the same time. So how do you navigate this brave new world? Innovation Consultant and Executive Life Coach Angus Nelson shares how to prepare yourself for the changing nature of work.
Episodes 526-529 with Angela Proffitt
Through her experience, starting in the mental health industry, then becoming one of the world’s most in-demand wedding and event planners, Angela Proffitt has discovered the keys to being an effective communicator, and the tools to help you communicate every day. Planning, paperless productivity, & profitability expert Angela Proffitt shares some of her personal tips.
Episodes 521-525 with Michael Weinberger
Michael Weinberger was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age 17 and for many years lived with instability, out of control emotions and upheaval as a result of his condition. Through medication, therapy and his own desire, he put his life back on track using the strategies he has now built into his app, “A Plan for Living.” Mindfulness expert Michael Weinberger shares his inspiring story and his new app, “A Plan for Living.”
Episodes 516-520 with Laura Coe
Our culture is emotionally obese. We are unhappy, we are unfulfilled, we are resentful, and we harbor the emotional issues – from childhood till now – that keep us from achieving our dreams. Whether we know it or not. From selling her multi-million dollar business to the Fortune 500 to writing her latest book, it’s been a journey for Laura Coe. Now she’s here to tell us her story and why we need to address our issues if we ever have a shot at regaining agency over our lives again from her book, “Emotional Obesity: A Philosophical Guide to Lighten Your Life.”
Episodes 511-515 with Toan Lam
Everyone has a power. It comes in many forms: your talent (what you’re naturally good at doing), resources or network. Everyone — yes that means you — was brought to Earth for a reason. It’s up to you whether you use it. Inspirator, media personality and storyteller, Toan Lam talks about the value of effectively identifying, embracing and communicating your story.
Episodes 506-510 with Lisa Zigel
Lisa Zigel, head of marketing at WiseStamp.com, identifies some of the technology and automations you can use right now to make your life easier and helps you grow your business.
Episodes 501-505 with Matt Curry
Entrepreneurs are different. We’re wired differently. We’re the 1%. To others, we’re on the lunatic fringe, and to many, we’re risk takers. However, when you get a group of entrepreneurs in a room together, we’re pretty much all the same. One of the key traits that make us who we are is that most of us “suffer” from Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.). WSJ and #1 Amazon bestselling author Matt Curry who was diagnosed with A.D.D. at an early age talks about his book “The A.D.D Entrepreneur: How To Harness Your Superpowers To Create A Kickass Company” and how we can transform A.D.D. from a limitation to a superpower.
Episodes 496-500 with Michelle Reina
Trust is a nonnegotiable for high-performing relationships and organizations. Yet trust is fragile, and 90 percent of the behaviors that break it are subtle, fleeting, and unintentional. Co-founder and Co-President of Reina, A Trust Building Consultancy, Michelle Reina shares powerful lessons in trust from her book, “Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace: Building Effective Relationships in Your Organization.”
Episodes 491-495 with Aaron Anastasi
What Is The Voice of Your Dreams? How do you learn to listen to the voice that calls you to the highest version of yourself – the voice of your dreams? Author and serial entrepreneur Aaron Anastasi shares lessons from his book, “The Voice of Your Dreams: Turn Down the Voices of Limitation and Turn Up the Volume of Success.”
Episodes 486-490 with Michelle Gielan
Michelle Gielan, Positive Psychology & Communications Expert, shares tips from her book, “Broadcasting Happiness: The Science of Igniting and Sustaining Positive Change” New research from the fields of positive psychology and neuroscience shows that small shifts in the way we communicate can create big ripple effects on business and educational outcomes, including higher productivity, better performance ratings, and lower levels of stress.
Episodes 481-485 with Alex Charfen
For entrepreneurs, greater awareness about themselves leads to a greater ability to innovate, lead and build teams, and create the lives they’re looking for. By understanding how the world affects them (Entrepreneurial Suppression), how they interact with the world (Entrepreneurial Loops and Spirals), and the foundation of their entrepreneurial existence (The Contribution Equation), entrepreneurs can find ways to lower pressure and noise, increase protection and support, and enhance their unique strengths and abilities so they can make their greatest contribution to the world. Alex Charfen delves deeper into each of these EPT attributes from his FREE e-book, “The Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT).”
Episodes 476-480 with Kevin Hogan
If you could point to one word, to one factor, to one element or cause of what happens to you in your life, it is decision. Kevin Hogan shares important decision-making lessons that is based on his course, “Decision Point–Discover a System of Decision Making That Will Clear the Way to Success.”
Episodes 471-475 with Kara Ronin
Do you want to learn how to read people, get your message across smoothly, and avoid misunderstandings? When you walk into a room, are people naturally drawn to you? During a business meeting, do people listen to your ideas? Kara Ronin teaches essential skills that will help you exude executive presence and give you power in business.
Episodes 466-470 with Linda Formichelli
You want to do, see, and experience everything you can to create a rich, memorable life. Travel. Volunteer work. Athletic events. Entertaining. Reading, learning and trying new things. And you want to look and feel great while you do it. In fact, your favorite saying just might be “Life is not a dress rehearsal.” BUT: Read any blog, magazine, or book and the common refrain is, “You have SO much to do! You need to simplify your life and say ‘No’ to things you don’t want to do. Author Linda Formichelli says that’s BS as Linda shares valuable lessons and wise tips from her book, “How to Do It All: The Revolutionary Plan to Create a Full, Meaningful Life — While Only Occasionally Wanting to Poke Your Eyes Out With a Sharpie.”
Episodes 462-465 with Steve Rodgers
Change can be scary. But Steve Rodgers says anyone can effectively use the energizing power of transitions, forced or chosen, to their advantage. We only need to take the challenges we face every day and turn them into positive forces to enhance growth rather than diminish it. Steve Rodgers shares tips for starting your journey to being an entrepreneur.
Episode 461 Memorial Day Special
What does it take to be a hero? Why would an otherwise normal person risk their life to help others? When you think about it, it’s confusing and inspiring to see someone who’s willing to act in the moment, to risk everything for someone else. There are some insights we can glean from their sacrifice that just might help us as we navigate our business and our lives.
Episodes 456-460 with Brian Fisher
Brian Fisher’s real-world experience has classified him as a business and adversity expert, helping other entrepreneurs and leaders throttle their way to victory. His is a story of courage, persistence and a total commitment to overcome all obstacles. Brian shares wise advice and personal success experiences from his book, “The Dirt Road to Success: Proven Strategies to Help You Navigate the Rough Trails of Being the Best You Can Be in Life and Business.”
Episodes 451-455 with Marcia Ramsland
Marcia Ramsland believes anyone can become more organized with new ideas — even YOU! Get organized and stay that way starting today. Marcia shares lessons from her new book, “Organize Your Workspace for a Productivity Boost.”
Episodes 446-450 with Joanna Jast
Tired of ineffective, blanket advice on improving your focus? Whether you’re a student, freelancer, entrepreneur, employee or anyone else dreaming of being able to snap into focus and maintain it for however long you want, Joanna Jast has answers for you. Discover how to sharpen your focus, improve your concentration, maximize your productivity and speed up your success with evidence-based strategies and proven tricks. Joanna shares these lessons from her book, “Laser-Sharp Focus. A No-Fluff Guide to Improved Concentration, Maximized Productivity and Fast-Track to Success”
Episodes 441-445 with Tom Schwab
A mastermind can be one of the most useful tools in helping you to achieve the level of success you dream of. Tom Schwab shares how to connect and prosper in a mastermind from his wealth of experience over the years in being part of some very prominent mastermind groups.
Episodes 436-440 with Tara Mohr
Tara Mohr provides real, practical tools to help us quiet self-doubt, identify our callings, “unhook” from praise and criticism, unlearn counterproductive habits, and begin taking bold action. Tara shares personal lessons from her book, “Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead”
Episodes 431-435 with Pat Flynn
So you have a great idea for a business? But will that idea ultimately translate into a real product that will solve someone’s problems enough for them to pay for it? That’s where testing that idea comes in. Pat Flynn talks about business strategies from his new book, “Will It Fly? How to Test Your Next Business Idea So You Don’t Waste Your Time and Money.”
Episodes 426-430 with Chris Guillebeau
We all have dreams and desires. We all have talents and innate abilities. So why do so few of us find the work we were born to do? It’s because we need a plan. Chris Guillebeau shares valuable lessons from his book, “Born For This: Find the Work You Were Meant to Do.”
Episodes 421-425 with Steve Scott
We all would like to stop procrastinating. We’d all like to develop better habits that create a more productive day and a better life. But, despite our best intentions, those habits won’t magically appear. The only way to develop the powerful habits you want is to have a plan. Steve Scott shares tips for creating powerful habits.
Episodes 416-420 with Patrick McGinnis
Becoming a full-time entrepreneur can look glamorous from the outside. Who doesn’t want to chase their dreams, be their own boss, and do what they love? But the truth is that entrepreneurship is often a slog, with no regular hours, no job security, and very little pay. What if there was a way to have the stability of a day job with the excitement of a startup? All of the benefits of entrepreneurship with none of the pitfalls? In “The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job” Patrick McGinnis shows you how, by investing just 10% of your time and resources, you can become an entrepreneur without losing a steady paycheck.
Episodes 411-415 with Anne Grady
Every day is a chance for us to implement strategies that will change the way we work and live. Author Anne Grady shares some simple and effective strategies from her book; “52 Strategies for Life, Love & Work: Transforming Your Life One Week at a Time”
Episodes 406-410 with Peter Voogd
Most people just talk about success, wish they had success, but never take the necessary action consistently to achieve it. They spend year after year just trying to get by vs. designing a compelling future. Peter Voogd wants to bring you off the sidelines and into the game. He wants you to enjoy higher levels of fulfillment, more passion and energy, and results very few attain. It’s time to stop surviving, and start thriving.
Episodes 401-405 with Rory Vaden
Time is a limited resource. You can’t add more time to your day, but you can multiply it. Find out how from bestselling author Rory Vaden in his book “Procrastinate on Purpose.” Rory introduces a new, innovative concept of learning how to “multiply your time” today, and create even more time for you tomorrow.
Episodes 396-400 with Alison Kero
We probably all know we need to be more organized. What we might not know is the impact our clutter is having on our mind, body, happiness, and productivity. And it all starts with looking inward and learning to love ourselves. Alison Kero shares easy and practical tips on organizing for mind, body & soul.
Episodes 391-394 with Tarun Stevenson
Tarun Stevenson teaches how to become a person of influence. What does it mean to be a person of influence? How do you become someone who is respected and followed by others? How do you begin to change the dynamic of your relationships and the power you have to help others be the best version of themselves?
Episodes 386-390 with Chris Hogan
When you hear the word retirement, you probably don’t imagine yourself scrambling to pay your bills in your golden years. But for too many Americans, that’s the fate that awaits unless they take steps now to plan for the future. Whether you’re twenty-five and starting your first job or fifty-five and watching the career clock start to wind down, today is the day to get serious about your retirement. Chris Hogan shares some financial and retirement advice from his book, “Retire Inspired: It’s Not an Age, It’s a Financial Number”
Episodes 381-385 with Jason Treu
Have you ever admired those successful, confident, motivated, and charismatic people who seem to have it all? They’ve climbed the corporate ladder quickly or started a great business. Their love life is amazing and they have fantastic friends. They’ve made all the right connections. They’ve mastered networking and how to build relationships. Leading expert on Human Behavior Jason Treu teaches these skills with practical lessons from his book, “Social Wealth: How to Build Extraordinary Relationships By Transforming the Way We Live, Love, Lead and Network”
Episodes 376-380 with Andrea Waltz
Your success might come down to a simple word…NO. Do you hear it enough? Do you realize the number of times you hear NO is directly related to how many times you hear YES? Author Andrea Waltz is going to change your view about failure based on her book, “Go for No. Yes is the Destination, No is How You Get There.”
Episodes 371-375 with Sir John Hargrave
Your brain is like a computer. It’s like the central processing unit for your body, mind, emotions… everything you are and do. And just like a computer, sometimes we need to change the programming to get the results we’re looking for. Sir John Hargrave shares proven hacks that can help you change the way you think and make you more productive, positive, and happier.
Episodes 366-370 with Scott Halford
Your brain is the center of who you are. It controls your body, your health, your focus and more. If you want more from it, you have to give it what it needs. Listen to Scott Halford as he shares lessons from his book, “Activate Your Brain: How Understanding Your Brain Can Improve Your Work – and Your Life”
Episodes 361-365 with Dr. Mindy Hall
Dr. Mindy Hall talks about her book, “Leading with Intention: Every Moment Is a Choice.” Leadership doesn’t happen by accident; it happens because you take the time to know who you are and how you want to lead. Others won’t just “get it,” you have to present who you are and lead with intention.
Episodes 356-360 with Clay Clark
So many of us are barely surviving. That’s no way to live. You don’t have to put up with merely surviving when you can thrive. Author Clay Clark shares personal lessons from his book, “Thrive: How to Take Control of Your Destiny and Move Beyond Surviving…Now!”
Episodes 351-355 with Jeff Sanders
Are you the kind of person who hopes things happen? Or are you the kind of person who makes things happen? Jeff Sanders shares his own thoughts on living life intentionally.
Episodes 346-350 with Honoree Corder
It’s one thing to have a job. It’s another thing to have a career. But it something totally different to have a calling. Do you know why you do what you do? What were you put on this earth to do? Honoree Corder shares why and how to find our calling…our true purpose, inspiring lessons from her book, “Vision to Reality: How Short-Term Massive Action Equals Long Term Maximum Results”
Episodes 341-345 with Anne Grady
What is happiness? How do you define it? Most of us have some vague idea of what it means to be happy, but do we know how to get there? Anne Grady shares her thoughts on what happiness is and how to get there.
Episodes 336-339 with Dr. Rob Pennington
Dr. Rob Pennington teaches simple and effective methods to end the majority of conflict in our lives.
Episodes 331-335 with Hal Elrod
Hal Elrod shares his thoughts on what your life might look like if you create and achieve the most extraordinary goals you can imagine.
Episodes 326-330 with Erik Fisher
We all want to be the best version of ourselves. We want sharper focus and more energy. We want to make the most of our time and productivity. Erik Fisher shares practical tips based on his book; “Hit The Mark!: Improve Your Focus, Boost Your Energy and Make The Most of Your Time.”
Episodes 321-325 with Dana Wilde
We all have a story. Every person, experience and thought in our lives has been a part of that story. But what if your story is limiting you? What if your past is keeping you from your future? Dana Wilde has some thoughts for you on beginning a new story…one that is full of all the good you have wished for.
Episodes 316-320 with Simon Sinek
Everything we want to accomplish in life begins with discovering our own “why.” It’s our burning reason and purpose for what we do. All the great leaders in history began with knowing why, and it’s the answer to that question that will lead us to greatness as well. Simon Sinek shares wisdom from his book, “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action.”
Episodes 311-315 with Derek Coburn
Most of us have only experienced the negative type of networking. Standing around at a party handing out business cards to people you don’t know, hoping to find a needle client in the haystack. Derek Coburn highlights some of the un-networking strategies from his book, “Networking Is Not Working: Stop Collecting Business Cards and Start Making Meaningful Connections.”
Episodes 306-310 with Maura Thomas
Modern life has given us so many distractions and interruptions that we have a lost our ability to focus and concentrate. The abundance of devices and notifications has robbed us of our attention span. Maura Thomas shares some productivity secrets from her book, “Personal Productivity Secrets: Do what you never thought possible with your time and attention… and regain control of your life.”
Episodes 301-305 with Kerry Patterson
If you’ve tried and failed to create lasting change in your life, it might be because you have relied primarily on willpower. And willpower will consistently let us down. Instead, Kerry Patterson has made a career of studying the science required to make lasting change.
Episodes 296-300 with Richard Shell
Author Richard Shell shares insights and wisdom about what our personal search for success feels and looks like from his book, “Springboard: Launching Your Personal Search for Success.”
Episodes 291-295 with Todd Henry
In a world that tempts us to be who others think we are or want us to be, how do you find your authentic voice? Todd Henry talks about the three elements of your personal voice engine from his book, “Louder than Words: Harness the Power of Your Authentic Voice.”
Episodes 286-290 with Julia Loggins
For us to find the success we desire, we have to be healthy & full of energy. If you’re not, then Julia Loggins has some tips for you on getting our body to be its own healer.
Episodes 281-285 with Charlie Hoehn
Charlie Hoehn had it all: a successful career, good money, living his dreams. But he found himself so overworked and burned out that he started having panic and anxiety attacks. He realized he needed to make a change in his life. His remedy? Play. Charlie Hoehn shares lessons from his book, “Play It Away: A Workaholic’s Cure for Anxiety.”
Episodes 276-280 with August Turak
There is no better success strategy than simply committing ourselves to be a person of the highest character. The ability to make and keep promises builds trust, and when people know they can trust us, they are more likely to do business with us. August Turak teaches important lessons from his book, “Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks: One CEO’s Quest for Meaning and Authenticity.”
Episodes 271-275 with Scott McKain
Today’s marketplace is crowded. Customers are being deluged with ads and requests for their time and attention. It’s easy for your business to get lost in the crowd. Author Scott McKain shares valuable advice based from his book, “Create Distinction: What to Do When ”Great” Isn’t Good Enough to Grow Your Business.”
Episodes 266-270 with Susan Solovic
There’s never been a better time to go into business for yourself. Many of us want to, but don’t even know where to start. Author Susan Solovic shares tips on the strategies and mindsets you need, based on her book “It’s Your Biz: The Complete Guide to Becoming Your Own Boss.”
Episodes 261-265 with Joe Calloway
What does it mean to become a “Category of One”? How can we so differentiate ourselves from our competition that we stand out from the crowd? Joe Calloway shares highlights from his book, “Becoming a Category of One: How Extraordinary Companies Transcend Commodity and Defy Comparison.”
Episodes 256-260 with Sharon Lechter
Author Sharon Lechter joins us to talk about lessons we can learn from the writings of the great Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich.”
Episodes 251-255 with Kerry Patterson
At it’s most basic level, leadership is about creating change. It’s about having the influence to move everyone in the same direction toward the same goal. Kerry Patterson shares how to become an influencer from his book, “Influencer: The New Science of Leading Change.”
Episodes 246-250 with Gay Hendricks
Author Gay Hendricks wants to see you break through your upper limit problem and continually live in your zone of genius. Gay will show you how with tips from his book,“The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level”
Episodes 241-245 with Dr Pete Sulack
Stress is the silent but dangerous enemy of our modern lives. Many of our physical, relationship, and emotional problems have stress as their root cause. Dr. Pete Sulack says it’s time to start treating the disease instead of the symptoms. He gives great tips and strategies from his book, “Unhealthy Anonymous: Exposing the Greatest Threat to Your Health and Happiness.”
Episodes 236-240 with David Allen
Bestselling author David Allen is the architect of the Getting Things Done method of productivity. For over 25 years he has taught everyone from executives to college students how to use his system to be fully engaged in their daily lives and reduce stress. David walks us through the five steps of his GTD system.
Episodes 231-235 with Robert Stover
As a leader, a game-changer, your mind is your most valuable asset. Your vision, your decisions, your insights, and your strategy send ripples of change throughout your business, your life and your world. Just as a simple lever can instantly multiply your strength by ten times, thought-levers can instantly multiply the power of your thinking. And ultimately you can multiply your results by 75%, 150%, 300% and more. Robert Stover shares key principles in becoming a Game Changer.
Episodes 226-230 with Susan RoAne
We’ve all been to a convention or party where we are surrounded by strangers. Susan RoAne shares tips for overcoming the roadblocks that prevent us from communicating freely and comfortably with strangers and working a room with confidence.
Episodes 221-225 with Kare Anderson
In this modern world of technology and its challenges, it has become increasingly important to communicate more clearly and add an element of humanity to our communications. Kare Anderson is an expert in human connection and communication, and she shares her insights in communicating and connecting as entrepreneurs.
Episodes 216-220 with Jennifer Touma
Life is full of obstacles, uncertainty, challenges and potential for failure. It’s those who are mentally tough and resilient that have the best chance of rising above those challenges to reach their goals. Jennifer Touma talks about how to develop mental toughness, based on her book, “Moment of Impact: Harness the Explosive Power of Three to Maximize Your Mind, Life, and Business”
Episodes 211-215 with Francis Wade
As the demands on our time increase, it becomes more and more important that we develop ways to capture and manage those demands. Francis Wade shares important insights from his book, “Perfect Time-Based Productivity: A unique way to protect your peace of mind as time demands increase.”
Episodes 206-210 with Dr Bill Dyment
Author and speaker Dr. Bill Dyment says it is possible to get more, be more and live more. But first we have to “fire our excuses.” Dr. Bill Dyment shares and highlights key principles based on his book “Fire Your Excuses.”
Episodes 201-205 with Pat Williams
Pat Williams shares some of his personal experiences and insights on leadership and how we can be a positive influence on others, based on his new book “The Difference You Make: Changing Your World through the Impact of Your Influence”
Episodes 196-200 with Susan Baroncini-Moe
Susan Baroncini-Moe delivers practical and useful tips and strategies on how to start a business on your own terms, and in your own style, based on her book “Business in Blue Jeans: How to Have a Successful Business on Your Own Terms, in Your Own Style”
Episodes 191-195 with Mike Vardy
Author and productivity expert Mike Vardy talks about the unique personal productivity strategies he has developed. These are systems and tips based on his books “The Front Nine” and “The Productivityist Workbook.”
Episodes 186-190 with Skip McGrath
Skip McGrath talks about his personal tips and experiences outlined in his book, “The Complete Amazon Marketing System.” He also shares 16 years of knowledge that will guide you how to set up an Amazon selling business from home that is successful and could potentially earn you a 6-figure income.
Episodes 181-185 with Hugh Culver
Author Hugh Culver shares some specific and actionable productivity tips from his book Give Me a Break: The Art of Making Time Work for You. Hugh helps you carve more time out of your day, reduce stress by working with the natural rhythms of your mind and body, and get more done through proper planning and organization.
Episodes 176-180 with Mike Robbins
Author and coach Mike Robbins shares valuable insights about gratitude, self-compassion, authenticity, and mindset. He shares wisdom and advice based on his book “Nothing Changes Until You Do: A Guide to Self-Compassion and Getting Out of Your Own Way”
Episodes 171-175 with Dorie Clark
We all want our public reputation to match our personal character. Does it for you? Are you looking for that big idea that can live on after you’re gone? Author Dorie Clark gives valuable advice on how to develop your own personal brand, then gain the following to make your message heard, based on her two books “Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future” and “Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It”
Episodes 166-170 with Jim Beach
Author Jim Beach talks about the myths and truths of what it takes to start a successful business, based on his book, “School for Startups: The Breakthrough Course for Guaranteeing Small Business Success in 90 Days or Less.” Let Jim Beach teach you how to rock your startup.
Episodes 161-165 with Dr James Marcum
Get the real story on your health with Dr. James Marcum as he gives some valuable health tips for busy professionals. These are simple…in fact so simple you might underestimate their value to your body, brain, and overall happiness and wellbeing.
Episodes 156-160 with Dr Sharon Melnick
Author and business psychologist Dr. Sharon Melnick talks about ways to find our center in the middle of a crazy, stressful world. She gives us practical tools based on her book “Success under Stress: Powerful Tools for Staying Calm, Confident, and Productive when the Pressure’s On.”
Episodes 151-155 with Jairek Robbins
What does your ideal day look like? How about your ideal life? You can have both, if you know how to plan and develop the habits necessary to make it happen. Bestselling author Jairek Robbins gives us life changing advice from his book “Live It: Achieve Success by Living with Purpose.”
Episodes 146-150 with Beverly Flaxington
Bestselling author Beverly Flaxington shares the specific strategies and mindsets you need to identify and reach your goals, based on her book, “Make Your SHIFT: The Five Most Powerful Moves You Can Make to Get Where YOU Want to Go.”
Episodes 141-145 with Peter Voogd
Ready for the next level? Bestselling author Peter Voogd shares his top strategies to finding the success you desire, based on his book “Six Months to Six Figures.”
Episodes 136-140 with MK Mueller
Take back your power. Chart your own destiny. Bestselling author MK Mueller shares tips and strategies from her book “How to Take Back Your Power and Re-Energize Your Life.”
Episodes 131-135 with Dr TC North
Author and executive coach Dr. TC North talks about his book, “Fearless Leaders: Sharpen Your Focus: How the New Science of Mindfulness Can Help You Reclaim Your Confidence.” He shows us how to act with courage and blast through the fears that hold us back. He also teaches how mindfulness can help us enter any interaction or decision with the tools necessary to act intentionally.
Episodes 126-130 with Sharon Lechter
From personal finance to personal development. Bestselling author Sharon Lechter shares life-changing secrets about money the rich know that you might not. She gives tips on generating passive income and surrounding ourselves with those who can help us achieve the dream lifestyle we’ve always wanted.
Episodes 121-125 with Rory Vaden
Time is a limited resource. You can’t add more time to your day, but bestselling author Rory Vaden says you can multiply it. Find out a whole new way to look at time management that Rory Vaden features in his new book “Procrastinate on Purpose.”
Episodes 116-120 with Edith (Edie) Varley
Emotional Intelligence is a game changer. Edie Varley describes and explains the 4 elements of Emotional Intelligence.
Episodes 111-115 with Chris Hogan
How much will it take to retire? Plan it now with your “Retire Inspired Quotient.” Chris Hogan talks about the importance of successfully managing your finances through proper budgeting, management of debt and planning for our retirement.
Episodes 106-110 with Dr Julie Connor
Dr. Julie Connor. She’ll give us practical advice on defining our dreams and goals with razor-sharp clarity that will lead us to overcome fear and procrastination, and help give us the confidence we need to transform our resolutions into attainable goals this year.
Episodes 101-105 with Dr Michelle Robin
Dr. Michelle Robin shares her insights on living a healthy, balanced lifestyle. She focuses on the importance of a daily intake of greens, a good night’s rest, injecting gratitude into our lives, and freeing the physical, emotional, and spiritual space around us, as we progress toward lives of health and wellness.
Episodes 96-100 with Christy Wright
Business and life coach Christy Wright shares the importance of busying yourself with things that are deeply important to you…things that actually bring you joy and positive energy while doing them. We often take on commitments and responsibilities that are not important or valuable, and have no return in our life. That’s when we get exhausted and burned out very quickly. It’s all about getting your WORK and LIFE in balance.
Episodes 91-95 with Hal Elrod
What are your goals? Not just your ordinary, every day goals. We’re talking those extraordinary goals you almost don’t even dream about, but if they came true, they’d change your life. #1 bestselling author and top-rated success coach Hal Elrod can help you get there with the 4 steps to achieving and living your extraordinary goals.
Episodes 86-90 with Elizabeth Crook
What gives you a deep sense of satisfaction at work? Is it the insightful financial analysis, the perfect design for a new building, the client who says “you’re the best,” or the employee who achieves her goals. We all have something that gives us that sense of, “YES, I DID IT!” When we spend time doing something meaningful to us we bring our whole selves to that moment. Indeed, that is what passion is – being in the moment fully focused on what is at hand. Author, CEO and consultant Elizabeth Crook says “Discover Your YIPPEE!” is all about helping you find YOUR passion.
Episodes 81-85 with Thom Singer
Author, speaker and podcaster Thom Singer teaches us how to form, nurture and develop meaningful business relationships that focus more on giving to others than what we can “get” from them.
Episodes 76-80 with Michael Anderson
Discover a revolutionary way to manage stress and achieve work-life balance. Bestselling author and speaker Michael Anderson has excellent advice on overcoming procrastination and getting more done.
Episodes 71-75 with Jeff Sanders
Author, Host of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast and productivity coach Jeff Sanders talks about waking up early and having a routine in place that helps us start the day off with health, power and energy.
Episodes 66-70 with Alana Cole
Alana Cole reveals the simple secrets to improving our overall health through smart eating and exercise. It’s not about weight loss, it’s about life gain.
Episodes 61-65 with Dr Steve Taubman
Dr. Steve Taubman, reveals how we’ve all been hypnotized all our lives without even being aware of it. There are beliefs and habits programmed into our mind that come from our family, school, institutions, church, and from ourselves, that prevent us from truly achieving greater success in life and business. Learn how to “UnHypnotize” yourself to achieve the level you really want in life.
Episodes 56-60 with Kim Ades
We all face adversity in our lives. We fail and fall short and none of us are exempt from it. Coach and author Kim Ades reveals the secret and techniques of how to put ourselves in the right frame of mind to produce the outcome we want…and it all begins with changing our thoughts.
Episodes 51-55 with Alissa Finerman
Alissa Finerman shared secrets from her book, “Living in Your Top 1%: Nine Essential Rituals to Achieve Your Ultimate Life Goals.”
Episodes 46-50 with Joshua Straub
Dr. Joshua Straub talks about respecting technology, to find the balance between a tool and a master. He’ll show you how to limit and break-free from the technological devices that in many ways have begun to own our lives.
Episodes 41-45 with Dr Tom Hill
Climb higher. Design your exceptional life. Dr. Tom Hill teaches us how to establish your life’s priorities in the 6 key areas he’s laid out: 1. Spiritual (not necessarily religious) 2. Health 3. Relationship (marriage and family) 4. Emotional (your attitude) 5. Intellectual 6. Money.
Episodes 36-40 with Marcia Ramsland
The Organizing Pro, Marcia Ramsland highlights reducing the stress in our lives and achieveing greater success by becoming more organized.
Episodes 31-35 with Guy Hatcher
As business people and entrepreneurs we are busy looking at our to-do list today. We get so busy trying to make a living that we sometimes forget about tomorrow…and many “tomorrows” in the future, even after we are long gone. What will our legacy be? What will be our impact on future generations in our family and in the world around us? Guy Hatcher teaches how to leave a legacy beyond money.
Episodes 26-30 with Randy and Monica Zachary
How’s your marriage? Is it everything you hoped it would be? We know how easy it is for us as business people and entrepreneurs to get overwhelmed with our business and let other areas of our lives go. We want to be successful so we can spend time with those we love, yet those relationships start to suffer. Randy and Monica Zachary share tips how to get closer to our spouse than we ever thought possible.
Episodes 21-25 with Dana Wilde
Do you think you are successful because of what you do? Or perhaps the success we experience starts on a much deeper level. Maybe it begins with our mindset. Dana Wilde of The Mind Aware talks about how our mind and our thoughts impact our future success.
Episodes 16-20 with Dr Lynn Wicker
Dr. Lynn Wicker has been an educator for over 30 years. She teaches from her wealth of wisdom on the skills that lead to effective parenting…and they begin with us. From intentional thinking to overcoming limiting beliefs, it’s not about changing our kids so much as it is about changing ourselves.
Episodes 11-15 with Dr TC North
Learn how to overcome fear and become the confident, courageous person you’re meant to be. Blast through fear with Dr. TC North.
Episodes 6-10 with Wendie Pett
Fitness Instructor and nutritionist Wendie Pett talks about how our physical, emotional, and spiritual health work together to help us become better business people. Begin exploring better health in body, mind and spirit by getting visibly fit in 84 days.
Episodes 1-5 with Dr Rob Pennington
Dr. Rob Pennington offers helpful reminders and simple methods on how you can speed through stress and turn your worst circumstances into your best opportunities.