Motivation does not last. It is fades away very easily. In this episode I speak about how to keep your motivation throughout the day and why it is so important to get motivation at least once a day.
Your world will always be a reflection of what you are willing to tolerate - your happiness, success, bank account, health, relationships, everything. To make 2016 the year you really want it to be you must change your standards of what you are willing to tolerate.
The only thing constant in life is change. In this episode I talk about how to embrace and anticipate change in order to stay ahead of every one else and how it is described in a book called "Who Moved My Cheese?"
We are in control of all the information we allow into our minds, therefore I am on a mission to "brainwash" myself with content to be successful. From reading books, listening to audio books, to listening to podcasts I am filling all of my time with content to help me be more successful. In this episode I tell you how you can as well.
Brotha James is a good friend of mine and also one of the most grounded people I know. We speak about a lot of different things in this episode but we really dive into practicing gratitude, as well as finding and following your passion and how all of those can transform your life.
I was layed off from my job a couple weeks ago. In this episode I wanted to talk about my thought process as it was happening so you can see that I practice what I preach and also what I learned from the process that you can too. There is always a silver lining in every situation, you just have to look for it.
In this episode I answer some questions asked by all of you. We speak about how to connect with the right people, believing in yourself, and how to chose the path that you are most passionate about.
Something I am passion about is giving back. That is why I started a hashtag for our community, it is #MWFmission because I end every episode with "Make it your mission to make somebody else's day better." I want our MWFmotivation community to give back this holiday season, take pictures and inspire others to do the same.
We all need more energy. I have spent a lot of time researching how to get the most out of each day and how to get a lot of energy each day consistently, day in and day out. In this episode I share some of the information that I have learned as well as products that I feel give me energy throughout the day.
For links to the products I talk about in this episode go to MWFmotivation.com/episode50
Most people feel it is okay to come up short on the little things in life as long as the finish the bigger things. In this episode we talk about the importance of giving a little bit extra and shooting for more than you planned, even on the little things in life. Because if you go over and above on the little things then you will execute your larger goals in life at a much higher level.
We all know that we are the average of the five people that we spend the most time with. Geoff Woods runs The Mentee Podcast and has spent countless hours developing a system to surround himself with the most successful people that he can. In this episode he shares some of his secrets to networking, as well as secrets to get successful people to be your mentor.
In this episode I talk about how when our emotions are running high, it is never the best idea for us to talk to someone else or make a decision. I dig into the concept of what it means by when emotions are high, logic is low and how you can use it in your every day life.
Since starting this podcast, I have been getting a lot of emails where people ask for advice. I realized it would be more beneficial to answer these questions for others to hear. In this episode I give recommendations on my favorite books, talk about how to deal with negative people and give advice on how to find the best conferences for you to attend. If you want to ask me a question email me - Rob@MWFmotivation.com
Today is December 2nd, that means we have 29 days to get a jump start to our New Year's Resolutions. In this episode I go over the 6 categories of resolutions and how to get a jump start on all of your goals so that you are already cranking on your goals by January 1st.