I hate excuses because excuses are just reasons we tell ourselves why we cannot succeed before we even try. In this episode I teach you how to speak to yourself and change your mindset and wording in order to make sure that you never allow yourself to talk yourself out of pursuing something that you really want in life.
Jon Vroman was voted the #1 college speaker in the United States 2x in a row and is the best public speaker that I have ever seen live. In this episode he talks about how to master the art of public speaking, whether you are brand new to it or a seasoned speaker.
Do you ever have a to do list that seems like it never ends, no matter how long you spend on it, it just keeps getting longer and longer? In this episode I talk about how to major in the majors and use the 80/20 rule to be more productive every single day.
In this episode I interview my very first mentor from when I was 19. We cover a ton of different mindset topics from taking unconditional responsibility of your life, the power of dreaming and how questions we ask ourselves determine our future.
We are now in the first week of February, which means we have had one month to make progress on our goals and resolutions. In this episode I go over how to review your goals in order to make sure we do not fail at achieving them and how to stay on track with hitting them.
It seems like every human is programmed to focus on the negatives more than the positives. The good part about that is we can also reprogram ourselves to focus on the positives and I cover how we can do that in this episode.
In this episode I talk about why you don't have what you want and give you tips on how to break through your mental barriers in order to get and achieve what you desire.
The most important conversations you will ever have is the ones between your ears. In this episode I talk about the keys to positive self talk in order to get what we want in life.
If I gave you a 10,000 keys and said one key opens a door to $1 million would you try ever key to unlock that door? Yes, we all would! In this episode I talk about success, and how success leaves clues if you are willing to look for them.
First of all - Don't ever give up on your dreams. In this episode I talk about the value of knowing when to give up on the things that do not serve you anymore. Whether that be a job, relationship, friendships, etc. We must always know when it is good to give something or someone up in order to live the life that we truly want.
Fears hold us back. Courage is the ability to face those fears and carry on towards our goal anyways. In this episode I share a clip of a speech that Jim Carrey gave and then give my thoughts on what we can take from this speech in order to be courageous and face our fears.
How are your New Year's Resolutions going? Right about now is where people are realizing they are either on their way to achieving their resolutions or they have given up on them. Motivation can only come from within and one way to help you stay motivated is to constantly see and remind yourself of your goals. In this episode I speak about the importance of seeing your goals as often as possible and how to make your goals more visible.
Billionaires and bums all get the same amount of hours in each day. The difference between the two is how productive each are throughout every day. In this episode I teach you my 8 tips on how to distract your distractions to make sure each day is more productive, which will in turn help with your success.
Many people suffer from "perfectionism" nowadays. We aren't satisfied with what we do because we expect more from ourselves. The problem with that is our lack of perfection becomes an excuse for not finishing our goals. In this episode I talk about how the important thing is to focus on progress in order to combat our need to be perfectionists.
In this episode I talk about morning rituals and why it is important to wake up earlier than needed to have time dedicated to yourself. Some of the most successful people in the world swear by waking up early and I wanted to share with you what rituals you could add to your morning routine.
In this episode I play audio from one of my favorite philosophers named Alan Watts. He puts our lives into perspective and talks about why we should follow the money, but follow our passions. Then at the end I wrap it up with my thoughts on this issue. I made this episode in hopes that you will listen to it over and over again.
We all have big goals and we all want to make our lives incredible. Sometimes our goals can scare us, though. The good news is that achievement is addicting - therefore it is important to start small with our goals, and hitting those small goals will help build our confidence. In this episode I talk about how starting small will help us hit our big goals.
In this episode I go over a 75 year Harvard study on the keys to human happiness. It is the longest single study on humans ever recorded and has some very interesting keys to living a happy life.
Pearson's Law says "When performance is measured, performance improves. When performance is measured and reported back, the rate of improvement accelerates."
So in order to achieve our goals we MUST track them. If we want exponential achievement we must track our goals and then report them to someone else like an accountability partner.
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.