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.
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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.
Limitations are optional. Almost everything that holds us back from our dreams are limitations and fears made up in our own minds. In this episode we talk about how to overcome limitations and rise above our fears in order to live the life of our dreams.
In this episode we talk about who the most important person should be in your life. We talk about the difference between those that you love the most and the one that should be the most important.
Some people are vacuums - they suck the energy out of you and spending time with them will wear you out. Other people are chargers - spending time with them fills you with energy and new outlooks in life. In this episode we talk about your Top 5 and why you want to fill it with the "Chargers"
In this episode we speak about how many people spend too much time as a tow boat - trying to pull people to safety and using up their own energy in the process. Instead of being a tow boat, it is better to be the lighthouse - to be the best version of ourselves, live our lives to the fullest and shine as an example for others to follow.
There are some people in this world that have he ability to expand your mindset with a single conversation, for me this was one of them. Ryan became a millionaire at 26, and since has grown multiple businesses to generate over a million dollars in sales per year. In this episode we speak about the mindset of a millionaire and how you can get there as well.
Integrity, trust and reliability. Those are all qualities that we want others to see in us. The problem is that we drop the ball in some places of our life, which makes us seem less reliable and trustworthy. In this episode we dive in to how to improve those key areas in order to be seen as an individual that can be counted on and trusted.
Worrying does nothing for us. We will all worry, it is part of life, but the key is to not let that worry cripple us and to take action in order to overcome that worry. In this episode we talk about how to overcome our worrying and take action towards the outcome we desire.
Everyone wants a bigger bank account but most people don't know that one of the fastest ways to grow their bank accounts is to focus on growing themselves first. In this episode Rob talks about how your bank account only grows when you personal development account has grown.
Josh Trent grew up in Section 8 housing while being fed through the welfare program. He is the perfect example that where you come from doesn't have a say in how successful you will be. In this episode he tells his incredible story of how he went from severely overweight, to getting into great shape, to now owning a very successful fitness company.
"Can't change it" That is a phrase that can change your life. So often we let things out of our control stress us out. In this episode we talk about that phrase and how it helps us take control of our life and relax, even when times get stressful.
Today is your day. In this episode we walk you through a motivational affirmation speech that we made for you to listen to every day, at the start of your day. Make today the best day of your life!
Saying no keeps us in our comfort zone and that will limit our experiences. If we want to do, experience and become more we must push ourselves out of our comfort zones. In this episode Rob talks about his challenge to himself to say yes to everything and makes a challenge for you to do the same.
In order to create the future we desire we must first let go of the things in the past that may be holding us back. Hanging on to old memories or failures is like keeping an anchor attached to your sailboat as you sail away, you won't go anywhere. In this episode we talk about why it is so hard to let go and move on and also give three easy steps that make it easier to let go.
In this episode Rob interviews Jay Papasan, author of the best selling book "The One Thing" Jay speaks in depth about the six lies we tell ourselves that keep us from being successful. He also tells us why the happiest people in the world are always the ones who know their "one thing" and follow it with all their hearts.
We all know commitment is one of the main keys to success. We never want to give up on our goals but that is easier said than done. In this episode we talk about commitment and give the keys to making sure we stay committed when things get tough.
In this episode we cover and excerpt Dale Carnegie's book "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" called "Just For Today." We cover the 10 steps for a successful day and make it a challenge to follow these steps, not just for today, but every day.
We are surrounded by so many amazing things in this world but we see them so often that we take them for granted. Einstein once said "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle, the other is as though everything is a miracle." In this episode we talk about how to appreciate the little things in life, and how when we learn to appreciate and be grateful for the little things, we can in turn find happiness.