In this episode, I interview Scott Anthony Barlow of Happen To Your Career. I was so pumped to have Scott on the show because we have been friends for a while now and I love the growth that I have seen in him.
You need to have more patience. I was so focused on the next step without knowing WHY
Don’t lose focus on why
Get a Raise Guide – Scott Anthony Barlow
Crack the Code – Farnoosh Brock
Happen To Your Career – One Stop
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In this episode,
Writer in the Office of Presidential Letters and Messages during the Clinton White House
Speechwriter to the Governor of California
boutique law firm in the heart of Sillicon Valley, right across the street from eBay
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I wish I started earlier
Spend more time with his son. Enjoy this time as much as you can
Bill Clinton Guide to Networking Blog Post
Give and Take –
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Being rich does not always mean success, and success does not always mean happiness. But in a world where the common yard stick of success is money, it can be difficult to pursue what truly makes you happy especially when it means lesser income. We have been wired with this mindset that it takes courage to break free and pursue happiness.
Our guest for today is Brendan Baker, author at The Start of Happiness, and he shares to us today not only how to find out what will make us happy but how to pursue happiness as well.
Here are the highlights of my discussion with Brendan:
Brendan also shares to us his answers to our popular questions:
Do the things you love early on. Do not worry so much about your financial future.
Don’t be afraid to spend time growing something slowly. Don’t forget your family and friends.
We have also shared a story about an emergency room physician who courageously pursued his love of being a truck driver despite of the different expectations the world has set upon him. Doing what you love every single day will ultimately lead you to the true definition of success…are you ready to break free and take that first step?
A well-known quote from Henry Ford goes, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.”The moment you decide that you can accomplish something, consider that as done. But if in the onset, you already have this fixed notion that an endeavor is not for you, consider that as lost as well. You have the power to steer your destiny to the direction you want it to go. Amazing feats can be done if you believe you are capable…this is the same senzu bean wisdom that our guest will share today.
For this episode, we have Leslie Samuel, a podcaster, an assistant professor in the Physical Therapy Department at Andrews University and the man who is changing the world one blog at a time.
Here are the highlights of my conversation with Leslie:
Leslie also shares to you his answers to our popular questions:
Read. I hated reading and I never read so I wish now that I started sooner.
Keep moving forward. Do not neglect your family.
An exciting, wild idea can sometimes be stuck with being a mere idea because of our fears. People have the tendency to view the unconventional as something stupid and we become influenced by their mindset that we do not take the leap to action.
In this episode, we have Richie Norton, author of the book, The Power of Starting Something Stupid, to talk to us about getting over our fears of lions, tigers and bears for us to initiate the action needed towards our trek to the road to success.
Here are the highlights of my talk with Richie:
Richie also shares to us his answers to our popular questions:
Stop worrying, it’s going to be okay. It’s a misuse of your imagination to worry.
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There is more to our jobs than simply getting a pay check and filling out our job descriptions. We should be able to look beyond our daily routines and uncover why we are placed where are and learn how to bloom from there. No matter what our situations are, we have the power and the opportunity to turn it into a positive contribution to the people around us.
Our guest for this episode is David Mead, the founder of Propel, Inc., and he is here today to spin us to a direction where we will realize our purpose.
Here are the highlights of my talk with David:
David also shares to us his answers to our popular questions:
To be myself: fess up to the things I suck at, be confident about the things I was good at and not try to put up any front or be somebody I’m not.
Quit thinking so small.
Before we end this episode, I want to throw a great, big shout out to my good friend Levi Anderson, the host of the podcast Audio Café, the coffee podcast of baristas. Check out his podcast here: http://audiocafepodcast.com/
As we learned in this episode, if you want to join someone’s movement, selflessly apply what you learned from them and don’t expect anything in return. The question should now be: what can you do today to take action and inspire others?
Everyone messes up — your company CEO, the President of the United States and even the King David! It will be a ‘march of the unqualified’ if we focus on the mistakes of our great leaders rather than highlighting how these lessons propelled them to their eventual success.
Our guest for this episode is Kevin Allen, founder and chairman of a business transformation company called Planet Jockey. Kevin is a Growth Professional expert and he will walk us through the steps on how to turn things around when circumstances blow up in our face.
Here are the highlights of my conversation with Kevin:
Kevin also shares to us his answers to our popular questions:
People are not standing there waiting for you to fail. They want to be led, they want to be inspired.
Don’t be afraid.
Change is often not a thing that people would embrace freely as majority of us want stability, security and permanence despite the knowledge that change is only thing permanent in this world. Our guest for today though had taken transitions head on and even triggered most of the change that happened in his life.
For this episode, we have Scott Britton, a lifestyle entrepreneur, a writer of the website life-longlearner.com and a part of a leadership team which sold a company for $100M.
Here are the highlights of my discussion with Scott:
Scott also shares to us his answers to our popular questions:
Go and find the biggest bad ass of whatever you want to become and go work for him.
Scott also shares how he maintains his eyes on his goals through the aid of visualization exercises, guided meditations and reflection practices that you may find valuable to help you in dream big and aim high.
So there you both are, starry-eyed, full of dreams, completely infatuated and convinced that nothing will ever go wrong. But after living with each other for a couple of years, the reality that marriage takes a lot of work is finally beginning to set in. And so love, which came naturally before began to form in a verb that needs effort to be maintained. When this chapter of your marriage life begins, when the magic begins to wear off and is slowly beginning to be replaced by resentment, how do you make a conscious decision to choose to continue loving your partner?
Our guest for this episode is Dustin Reichmann, writer of the Engaged Marriage blog and the author of 15-Minute Marriage Make Over, and he is here to share to us his personal journey on this thing called marriage.
Here are the highlights of my discussion with Dustin:
Dustin also shares to us his answers to our popular questions:
Marriage is a lot of work.
Slow down, enjoy your kids while they are young.