How often do we really live up to our true potential? I mean 100% true potential. It is usually not as much as we should. We are more powerful than we give ourselves credit for and in this episode we talk about how to live up to our true potential and speak about what our lives could be like if we did.
Jon Vroman is rated the #1 college speaker in America. He also runs a charity celebrating it's 10 year anniversary this year called The Front Row Foundation. In this episode Jon talks about how to live your life in the front row. He speaks about how your environment directly affects your success and how living a life of giving is the happiest way to live.
In this episode we dive into the book "The Five Regrets of the Dying." We speak about each regret and what we can learn from each in order to make sure we don't look back and have any regrets when our time finally comes to leave this world.
Rejection can be tough. It can feel like a setback and sometimes even paralyze us, but in order to be successful we must realize that rejection is part of success. On the road to living the life of our dreams we will be rejected over and over again, so we must become okay with rejection and not let it hold us back. In this episode give tips on how to overcome rejection and how to psychologically set ourselves up to embrace rejection.
It is time to take control of your life and stop making excuses. Whatever it is you want in this life you can have, you just need to have the mental fortitude to work hard for it and not allow yourself to make excuses. In this episode we speak about how the gym is a perfect metaphor for life and how you do one thing is how you do everything.
Some people are frozen by their fear. The thing about fear is that we always worry about something that MIGHT happen in the future, and some times something completely out of our control. In this episode we talk about fear and give the top three tips to overcome your fear to make the life of your dreams.
The first step is the hardest. We spend too much time planning and worrying, and not enough time just taking action. In this episode we talk about how to get started and "Just Do It" like Nike says. Successful people don't spend all of their time planning, they take action and then plan.
Believing in yourself is the first step on your road to success. You must believe in yourself before anyone else will. In this episode we speak about the importance of self talk as well as three steps to help you believe in yourself if you don't at the moment. We will also talk about something called "The Funeral For I Can't"
Embracing vulnerability. Vulnerability is a tough subject. As we get older we learn to close ourselves off and put our armor up, and not let ourselves be vulnerable so that we can't get hurt. The problem with that is that in order to have true, deep relationships we need to be vulnerable and others need to be vulnerable. In this episode we talk about the steps to being comfortable with, and learning to embrace, vulnerability.
Vulnerability is a tough subject. As we get older we learn to close ourselves off and put our armor up, and not let ourselves be vulnerable so that we can avoid getting hurt. The problem with that is that in order to have true, deep relationships we need to be vulnerable and others need to be vulnerable as well. In this episode we talk about what vulnerability is, why we hide from it, and the positives of allowing ourselves to be vulnerable.
What do you want? In order to get everything you want from this life we must decide, in detail, what it is that we want in our life. Most people have an idea of what they want, but don't have 100% clarity. In this episode we speak about finding and following your passion in order to have a happy life.
Haters are everywhere. They try to discourage you from being happy and from achieving anything great. In this episode we speak about the psychology of haters and how to deal with them when you encounter them on your road to achieving your dreams.
My father died when I was 15, after years of being an alcoholic. I don't have a memory of my father sober. Mike Abramowitz of G.R.A.B. Tomorrow asked if he could interview me for his upcoming book and we decided this would also be a good episode to publish. Although this is a longer than our typical episode, we speak about how no matter what happens in your life you have two choices - either you see yourself as a victim or you find a silver lining and learn from every negative. We hope this episode can help people who have been through similar circumstances in their lives.
Jake Bailey has an incredible mindset.
After he lost everything, he ended up living in his office, sleeping on a couch in his office and showering at the local gym. Not once did he ever get down on himself during that time. He sees life as an adventure and that point in his life was just another road bump on his journey to success.
He now runs one of the most successful real estate offices in Florida and in this episode he shares his definition of a champion's mindset.
Hal Elrod died at 20 years old.
He was brought back to life, spent 6 days in a coma and was told he would never walk again. He wouldn't accept that fate and days later he would prove the doctors wrong and walk on his own.
In this episode Hal shares what it took for him to have the mindset to not only overcome such a traumatic experience, but to go on to write a book called "The Miracle Morning" which hit the best sellers list and started a movement across the world.
Through waking up early and practicing success habits every morning, Hal's book is changing the world one life at a time. He gives an incredible interview that I am positive will add a ton of value to your day.
In this episode Rob & Dean interview Zach Sexton of The Productivity Show Podcast. He takes us through his unique journey and his mindset of how he approaches life. He started off as a school teacher and eventually quit that to follow HIS PASSION which is teaching others to become their most productive self through some his many efficiency practices.
His mission statement in life is "To Change the world and have a hell of a good time." What a great mission statement!
You can literally do anything you set your mind to.
In this episode we speak about the power of belief and knowing that you can achieve what you set your mind to. We also talk about psychological governors and self limiting beliefs that people place on themselves and how to break through them.
"Surround yourself with people who dream bigger than you do."
In this episode we talk about the importance of your surrounding yourself with the right people who will push and encourage you to your goals. We go over your "Top 5" and also go over the best ways to network to build up your circle of influence.
"The only respect that matters is self respect"
In this episode we talk about getting rid of your self limiting beliefs. We also speak about something called the "impostor syndrome" which is a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to internalize their accomplishments.
"Invest in yourself, expect nothing from no one and be willing to work for everything."
In this episode Rob & Dean speak about the importance in investing your time, money and energy into your life's purpose. If you are unsure of what your life's purpose may be, they also speak about how to search for it. The truth is that no one will care about your success more than you, so work for what you want and live a fulfilled life.
It is time to make a plan and execute that plan. In this episode we cover what you may have to give up in order to achieve your goals. We will also develop a plan on how to achieve your goals and teach you how to schedule it and how to use your planner(in the book). Lastly, we will talk about self discipline and how to overcome any procrastination that may come along yout journey.
This is Chapter 6, the final chapter, of our FREE eBook "Hack Your Goals: The Step by Step Guide to Achieving Success" that you can download for free at MWFmotivation.com
The key to staying motivated on the journey to your goals is to have a strong WHY. It is what will keep you going when times get tough, and show you why you are really pursuing a goal. In this episode we will talk about what your life could like if you do not hit your goals and then we will go over what your life will look like when you do hit your goals. This is from Chapter 5 of our free E-book "Hack You Goals: The Step by Step Process to Achieving Success" available at MWFmotivation.com
We cover the most successful way to set goals in this episode and the importance of writing down your goals. We will cover 5 out of the 10 subjects in our eBook - relationships, personal growth, finances, spirituality and career. This is from Chapter 4 of our free E-book "Hack You Goals: The Step by Step Process to Achieving Success" available at MWFmotivation.com
Before we conquer our future goals we must first look back and do an honest reflection of how well we have done with past goals - where we have succeeded and where we have fallen short. In this episode we will cover relationships, personal growth, spirituality, finances, and career goals. This is from Chapter 3 of our free E-book "Hack You Goals: The Step by Step Process to Achieving Success" available at MWFmotivation.com
Your life is 100% your fault. Sounds harsh but how you react to everything is your decision and therefore your fault. In this episode Rob teaches steps to taking control of your life and mind, controlling your mindset when times get tough and how to find the silver lining in every circumstance. Life is not what happens to you, but how you react to it. This is from Chapter 2 of our free E-book "Hack You Goals: The Step by Step Process to Achieving Success" available at MWFmotivation.com