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Today's bitesize brilliance is with leading businessman Ric Lewis, a massive highlight of Series 5. Ric was ranked first in the UK's 2019 Powerlist, an annual list of the UK's most influential people with African or Afro-Caribbean heritage. This episode had an enormous reaction. And we've just highlighted a few principles Ric shared that really resonated. Challenge the people around you to see who gets in your circle. And don't confuse activity with productivity. Jake and Damian look back and offer further insight in Ric's principles. Listen to his full episode. Guiding principles for business, life and happiness: https://pod.fo/e/dd561 (Damian references in this ep are: Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy & The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch). . . . . . . Get a special signed copy of our book - ‘Lessons from the Best on Becoming Your Best' : htps://bit.ly/3kCqhFpPre-order our book: http://smarturl.it/hv0sdzPre-order our audiobook: https://adbl.co/3xQQSCF Only a few tickets left for book tour in December. Come see us!
To carry anger within you over what someone did to you is to degrade your creativity, productivity and serenity.Being mistreated is nothing more than a training camp to build your strength to forgive.And to forgive really is to be strong and powerful versus weak. And meek.When you harbor resentment, you miss the glory of the present moment. You're living in the past. The grudge is burning away at you. Blocking your mastery. And silencing your music.So how can you let it go?......simple, you let it go.You make the choice to move on with your life, understanding that un-forgiveness is like carrying the person who hurt you on your back. Pretty draining, right?You set the intention to be the bigger person and seek the growth in whatever happened, letting your pain purify you. And make you kinder and wiser.And you work to develop the awareness that people do the best they can based on the level of wisdom and awareness they have at that time.So, forgive. Today. Please.If you want to encode Robin Sharma's finest methods and strategies [well beyond what he shares in his #1 bestseller The Everyday Hero Manifesto] to escalate your positivity, accelerate your productivity and magnify your impact on the world......with him as your personal mentor for the next 12 months...Claim one of the limited memberships to Robin Sharma's premium digital course, The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method here.The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method offers a step-by-step system to multiply your success in your professional and personal life, with him as your personal mentor for one year.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
Are you just going through the motions? When was the last time you felt your day was actually complete? Are you doing things on purpose or because you have to? Meet Jeff Sanders My guest today Jeff Sanders is a father, husband, productivity coach, keynote speaker, author of the 5am Miracle and The Free-Time Formula,… The post Purpose and Productivity with Jeff Sanders -87 appeared first on Melissa Vogel.
On October 10th, 1901 – 120 years ago, almost to the day – the grandstand was full at the horse track in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. But not to see horses. There was a parade of more than 100 of these new things called automobiles, and several other events, including races of automobiles with electric engines and with steam engines. But the main event was a race of gasoline automobiles. By the time the event took place, it didn't look like it would be much of a race. There had originally been twenty-five contestants. Only three made it to the starting post, then just before the race, one broke down and had to withdraw. So there were just two cars, driven by the men who had built them. One was the country's most famous car manufacturer. The other, was a local. A failed car manufacturer, named Henry Ford. At the time of this race, the most famous car-maker in America was Alexander Winton. He had made and sold hundreds of cars. He had gotten tons of press driving from Cleveland to New York. At the time of this race, Henry Ford was a failed car-maker. He had made and sold a handful of automobiles, but his first car company had failed. It was clear who was going to win this race: Moments prior, Alexander Winton had set the world record for the fastest mile traveled in an automobile, going around the dirt track in a little more than a minute and twelve seconds. Winton's car was seventy horsepower. Ford's was twenty-six. He had never taken it on a turn, and it didn't have brakes. The race was supposed to be twenty-five laps, but just before the event, the organizers shortened it to ten. According to Richard Snow, author of I Invented the Modern Age: The Rise of Henry Ford, they probably didn't want to see the local loser lapped over and over. This race was more of a sprint. The Foundation Effect Has this ever happened to you? You pass by a construction site for months, and there's nothing going on. There's just a wall with a project logo, peppered with graffiti. Then one day, there's a six-story building frame there. Now, each time you pass, it's gotten taller. There was no visible progress for months, then there was rapid progress. You saw what I call “The Foundation Effect.” The Foundation Effect is the delay in your progress, as you build your foundation. You have false starts and failures, and it looks as if you're going nowhere. But once you have your foundation built, you progress rapidly. Back to the races Henry Ford, the failed carmaker, won the sprint. But it wasn't until much later he also won the marathon. Eight years after that race, Henry's Ford Motor Company released a car that changed everything. It was durable enough to make it over rough country roads, lined with horse-drawn-wagon tracks. It was versatile enough farmers could use the engine to run a wheat thresher or move hay bales down a conveyer belt. It was twice as good as any car out there, at half the price. The first year, they sold 10,000. The second year, 20,000. A few years after that, they sold almost 200,000. By the time the “Model T” went out of production nearly twenty years after introduction, the Ford Motor Company had sold nearly 15 million. More than half of all cars in the world were Fords. Meanwhile, Alexander Winton's company kept building custom cars, made-to-order. He just couldn't compete with Ford's Model T, and had to shut down. Despite having over 100 patents on automobile technology, few today have ever heard of Alexander Winton. You need a foundation How did Henry Ford create such an incredible car, that sold in such incredible quantities? He built a rock-solid foundation. Over and over, he rejected the mere illusion of progress to scrap everything and start over. As a creator, you may feel as if you're getting nowhere. You're starting projects, but not finishing them. The ones you do finish are failing. You're throwing iterations in the fire, like Radclyffe Hall. From recent episodes, you know creative waste is part of the process. You're building the underwater part of your iceberg, so some future masterpiece will be that much better. But you're also building your foundation. The foundation of a building holds it in place. Even when the building sways in the wind or shakes in an earthquake, the foundation is there to bare the stress. Architects and engineers can design a foundation using knowledge about the laws of physics. Many buildings have been built before, so there's a lot of collective experience to draw from. You, as a creator, need to build your foundation from scratch. It's what makes your work unique. As a creator, your foundation is made of the change you want your work to make, the medium through which you'll make that change, and the process you'll follow to make your product. These things take time to develop. It will look as if you're getting nowhere, but once they're in place – like a skyscraper once the foundation is laid – your progress will be rapid. How to build your foundation To build your foundation, you need to clarify your vision and master your execution, so you won't topple over. Here are some ways to do that. 1. Keep shipping This seems counterintuitive, because when a skyscraper goes up, they only build one building. They aren't putting up a few stories, scrapping it, and starting over. The reason they can build a foundation to support the skyscraper is, millions of other buildings have been built before that skyscraper. Architects and engineers can design a strong foundation because they have tons of data. You need to collect tons of data about your unique way of doing things. How do you get it done? How do people react? Does it express your unique point of view? What is that point of view? Overall, how do you make what only you can make? Henry Ford's hit car was the Model “T.” Why was it called the Model T? Because he had already built the Model S, the Model R, Q, P, O – you get the idea. He started with Model A. It took until Model T to build the foundation for stratospheric success. The way you build your foundation as a creator is to keep shipping. Remember, shipping is a skill. And each time you ship, you make your foundation stronger. 2. Don't just build. Experiment. It's funny that when most people think of Henry Ford, they think of the assembly line. A bunch of guys on a line, each doing one tiny job, such as placing a nut on a bolt, or merely turning the nut on the bolt. But for Ford to create those tasks, he first had to design the product that could be broken down into those tasks. Ford treated each car he designed and built as an experiment. He made them as good as he could, but knew they couldn't be perfect. They were going to break down, or have annoying maintenance requirements that needed to be improved. We can design buildings that don't collapse because other buildings have failed. Ford made new and better cars because his cars failed. That's how he improved the transmission, lubrication, and spark plugs. That's how he found a steel alloy that would be lightweight and strong – and countless other improvements to the design and manufacture of his cars. And that's how, even as he improved the Model T, he kept making it cheaper. When he introduced it in 1909, it was $825. Sixteen years later, inflation be dammed, it was only $260. 3. Walk away from failures (guilt-free) Henry Ford wasn't afraid to quit. Yes, he went from Model A to Model T, but that was in his third car company. He had one failed company before the race, and after he won that race, he gained enough notoriety to attract investors for a second car company. But he walked away from that company, too – only four months later. By the way, Ford went from A to T, and not all those cars were introduced to the public. Many were internal experiments that he walked away from – or, if you will, iterations thrown in the fire, like Radclyffe Hall's drafts. 4. Have a vision You can't walk away from failures for no reason. You can't learn from experiments if you don't know what you're looking for. You need a vision. You don't have a crystal-clear vision from the start. That's why you're doing all that shipping and experimenting and quitting in the first place. Why did Henry Ford walk away from the car company he started after the race? It wasn't going to help him carry out his vision. Ford had a vision to create an affordable automobile for the masses. His investors, on the other hand, wanted to build high-end cars for the wealthy. The company wasn't a foundation that was going to help Ford achieve his vision, so he stepped back, to build a foundation that would. Keep building your foundation If you're frustrated with your progress as a creator, maybe it's because you're still working on your foundation. If you're scrapping iterations and walking away from half-finished, and failed, projects, make sure it's in the pursuit of a vision. If it is, keep learning, until you get it right. Once your foundation is in place, the sky is the limit. Image: Monument by Paul Klee About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. 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On The Cloud Pod this week, the team is running at half-duplex without Peter and Ryan. Plus Cloudflare R2 is here, Facebook died for a day, and AWS releases Cloud Control Plane. A big thanks to this week's sponsors: Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. JumpCloud, which offers a complete platform for identity, access, and device management — no matter where your users and devices are located. This week's highlights
Managing your time as a Small Business owner is a critical part of each day. Join us today as your hosts Shannon Jean and Dave Hamilton discuss how to identify when your time becomes more valuable than the task you are working on and how to delegate so you can more effectively apply your skills to another task. We also introduce a new Long & Short productivity system that Shannon has been developing to help him "eat the frog" in the most productive manner as possible. 00:00:00 Small Business Show #349 for Wednesday, October 13, 2021 00:03:02 Timing Your Inspiration The People's Tycoon (Henry Ford) “All you got is life time.” – Henry Rollins British Airways Chase Visa Signature Card Sponsors 00:09:51 SPONSOR: Novo: Get Your Free business banking account in just 10 minutes at BankNovo.com/SBS. 00:11:45 SPONSOR: NetSuite. NetSuite by Oracle is the #1 Financial System - no matter how big your business grows. NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/sbs 00:12:57 Valuing Your Time Garry VonMyhr's 85% Rule Planning Your Time SBS 169 – The Power of Saying NO SBS 121 – Learning to Say NO Pomodoro Method with Bob LeVitus Set end times for EVERY meeting (and no chairs!) Don't let other people control your time 00:31:43 Short-Term vs. Long-Term Systems Focused Podcast - Eat the frog first thing in the morning What's On Your To-Did List? Quartet On-Desk Whiteboard Mr. Pen Dry Erase Markers LinkBro Dry Erase Markers 00:43:25 SBS 349 Outtro firstname.lastname@example.org
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People who “win”, in the sense that they craft gorgeous and fulfilling lives for themselves, also build a community around themselves, filled with strong bonds with neighbors, friends and loved ones.When I read of the lives others have lived, I'm offered clues on what's most important in life. Obituaries of lives well-lived actually share consistent themes, I've discovered. Family. Contribution to community. Kindness through small, simple acts. Love.I've yet to read an obituary that says “he died peacefully surrounded by his banker, his stockbroker and his accountant.” No, the good ones all speak of being close to loved ones and of the impact the deceased had on the world around them.If you want to encode Robin Sharma's finest methods and strategies [well beyond what he shares in his #1 bestseller The Everyday Hero Manifesto] to escalate your positivity, accelerate your productivity and magnify your impact on the world......with him as your personal mentor for the next 12 months...Claim one of the limited memberships to Robin Sharma's premium digital course, The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method here.The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method offers a step-by-step system to multiply your success in your professional and personal life, with him as your personal mentor for one year.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
Welcome to an episode with Mike Zani. Get Mike's new book here: https://amzn.to/3kskiBp Mike Zani is the CEO of The Predictive Index, a platform that is dedicated to talent optimization using over 60 years of proven science and software. They help businesses in creating high-performing teams, making objective hiring decisions, and inspiring greatness in people. They have 8,000+ clients that includes Bain Capital, Blue Cross Blue Shield, DoorDash, LVMH, Nissan, Omni Hotels, and VMware. In this episode, Mike talks about building effective teams, preparing companies for the future of work, developing strategies for long-term success, and more. THE SCIENCE OF DREAM TEAMS: How Talent Optimization Can Drive Engagement, Productivity, and Happinessby Mike Zani. https://amzn.to/3kskiBp Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo We use affiliate links whenever possible (if you purchase items listed above using our affiliate links, we will get a bonus).
It's old news that work puts a lot of stress on marriage. So what if I told you there's a way to work less? A way to get more things done in less time so you can leave the office earlier and spend more time with your significant other? On this episode, author of Thursday is the New Friday, Joe Sanok shares with us how to make this a reality. First thing we got to realize is that if we have less time at work, we'll stop wasting time on meaningless tasks and start becoming more productive. Joe shares with us how to speak to the Big Bosses and how to put boundaries, what to do when challenges come and how to slowly implement this into your life. Joe Sanok is keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. Joe has the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast. Joe is a also writer for PsychCentral, has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and has been named the Therapist Resource top podcast, consultant, and blogger. Joe Sanok - Speaker, Author of Thursday is the New Friday, Business Consultant, Podcaster Connect with Joe Website: JoeSanok.com Instagram: Joe Sanok Thursday is the New Friday book: Thursday is the New Friday Connect with ST: LifePixUniversity.com
Laura Stack of The Productivity Pro shares six signs that it's time to hire a personal assistant Episode 378: Simple Delegation: Six Signs It's Time to Hire a Personal Assistant by Laura Stack of The Productivity Pro Laura Stack, MBA, CSP, CPAE is an award-winning keynote speaker, bestselling author, and noted authority on employee and team productivity. She is the president of The Productivity Pro, Inc., a company dedicated to helping leaders increase workplace performance in high-stress environments. Stack has authored eight books, including FASTER TOGETHER: Accelerating Your Team's Productivity (Berrett-Koehler 2018). She is a past president of the National Speakers Association, and a member of its exclusive Speaker Hall of Fame (with fewer than 175 members worldwide.) Stack's clients include Cisco Systems, Wal-Mart, and Bank of America, and she has been featured on the CBS Early Show and CNN, and in the New York Times. The original post is located here: https://theproductivitypro.com/blog/2018/06/simple-delegation-six-signs-its-time-to-hire-a-personal-assistant/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily
Brooke and Danielle are getting ~cozy~ this week and discussing REST + how to recharge. The gals have been truly on the go lately and putting their social meters to the test… so today they are breaking down some ways on how they like to relax and charge back up. Be sure to tag @galsonthegopodcast in your listening selfies/stories! Danielle's Favorite, Jade Roller https://rstyle.me/cz-n/fuub6mbwzyp GOTG Assistant Application: https://forms.gle/KSd3U5Y49YXdKASK8 Gals On The Go Instagram https://www.instagram.com/galsonthegopodcast/ Brooke's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/brookemiccio Brooke's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brookemiccio/ Danielle's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/daniellecarolan Danielle's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/daniellecarolan/ Business Inquires Can Be Sent to: GalsOnTheGoPodcastTeam@unitedtalent.com
DISCUSSED: Dan and his son are up to Daniel Craig in their Bond journey, and this leads to an exploration of how our feelings about movies and their characters can change over time; considering the media you're scared to rewatch since it's probably not as good as you remember; your hosts dive further into browser extensions and why they're so critical to filtering your world. The Leftovers Neil Breen License to Clown
DISCUSSED: Dan and his son are up to Daniel Craig in their Bond journey, and this leads to an exploration of how our feelings about movies and their characters can change over time; considering the media you're scared to rewatch since it's probably not as good as you remember; your hosts dive further into browser extensions and why they're so critical to filtering your world. The Leftovers Neil Breen License to Clown
The sunshine had us energised this week and we are ticking things off our to-do lists left and right as we get ready for our first week outta lockdown. Baking cakes! Roasting peppers! Buying bikinis and chargrilling skewers and binging entire seasons of gripping television in one weekend! This episode was sponsored by ettitude. Right now, you can get 20% off your first order on all products including sale products (up to 60% off total) when you visit ettitude.com.au and enter promo code HIGHLYENTHUSED at checkout. Ts & Cs apply. For links to everything mentioned in this and every episode, sign up to our newsletter at highlyenthused.substack.com. Become a paid subscriber for $5 a month to receive an exclusive extra newsletter per month, on a theme! Follow us on Instagram, send us an email, or check our website for more info.
Like any good superhero, we all have our origin stories. Unlike those same superheroes, we sometimes struggle to save the day if we're distracted by shiny door knobs. This week, we're sharing the stories our listener's submitted about their diagnoses. Where were you? How old where you? What do you remember about the time and how you were treated? Whether you were six years old and super confused, or 36 years old and … well… super confused, your story matters. And we think that these stories have something teach, too. Just hearing how others were first diagnosed offers each of us a chance to reflect on our own path. If nothing else, certainly, they're a reminder that we are not alone. Stories of shiny door knobs this week on The ADHD Podcast.
I have Jamey Lutz to thank for introducing me to today's guest. Jamey himself was a guest not that long ago. I enjoyed talking with him immensely, so when he recommended I look into the work or Roy Heintz, I listened. Roy is a professional speaker who has been impacting crowds all over the world […] The post 392: Stimulate Greater Engagement and Productivity with Roy Heintz first appeared on Read to Lead Podcast.
In this episode, Naeemah chats with Robyn Reynolds,CPO® about her new role as President-Elect for the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers (BCPO) and what it was like to work on the popular TV show, Hoarders. Robyn founded Organize2Harmonize in 2008 although she has been organizing since she was a child. She is a Certified Professional Organizer® and a long-time member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals). She has played an integral role in the NAPO Los Angeles Chapter as a volunteer and Board member and as Co-Chair of the 2012 Organizing Awards and was recently appointed the President-Elect of BCPO (Board of Certified Professional Organizers). In addition to being quoted in the Huffington Post, Today.com, Yahoo.com, Woman's Day magazine, and numerous other publications, Robyn has also worked on the television show Hoarders and is a published author of A to Zen, 26 tips to inspire organization. Her clients literally include everyone from the stay-at-home mom to busy executives to A-list celebrities. Her client base has been built solely on referrals. She has been involved with numerous different local charities that are close to her heart including Dress for Success, Soles for Souls, One Warm Coat, and Kidsave. When Robyn is not organizing and harmonizing her clients, she is spending time with her teenage daughter, whom she treasures, and leads a healthy lifestyle. To find out more information about Robyn, visit her website https://organize2harmonize.com/ For more information about Naeemah, visit her website https://naeemahfordgoldson.com/ Follow Naeemah on social Media! https://www.youtube.com/user/RestoreOrderNow https://www.facebook.com/RestoreOrderNow https://www.pinterest.com/restoreordernow/pins https://twitter.com/RestoreOrder https://www.instagram.com/restore_order_now --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/naeemah-ford-goldson/message
Wish you knew how to actualize the potential of your teams? You're in for a treat because, today, Ellen Burts-Cooper is with me. Ellen is one of my favorite educators on cohesive, agile team performance, and she's going to share her approach to creating high-performing teams. One of the reasons I love Ellen's work is she focuses on both style and systems. It's easy to over-index on style as it's more provocative, but without good systems, we dilute our strength. What will you walk away with? A methodology for co-creating team norms and working agreements. The ready-made recipe to run a Team Reunion; a concept I love! I'm convinced we all need to host one with our teams in the immediate future. Ellen is the senior managing partner of Improve Consulting and Training Group (http://improveconsulting.biz/) and is on faculty at Case Western Reserve University in the Weatherhead Executive Education Program and The Institute for Management Studies (IMS). She's written two books: “aMAZEing Organizational Teams: Navigating 7 Critical Attributes for Cohesion, Productivity and Resilience” and “Canine Instinct: A Guide to Survival and Advancement in Corporate America.” You can connect with her directly on LinkedIn. The 10X Impact podcast is a production of 10X Leadership Lab. 10X Leadership Lab exists to transform business into a vehicle that elevates humanity through conscious leadership, stakeholder win-win, thriving culture, and higher purpose. Visit www.10xleadershiplab.com Subscribe to 10X Leadership Lab Education Follow Us on LinkedIn Connect with your host, Laura Juarez #10ximpact #10xleadershiplab #impactdrivenbusiness #stakeholdercapitalism #businessstrategy #consciousleadership #consciouscapitalism #leadership #bcorp #higherpurpose
Joe Sanok joins us to share his knowledge about brain optimization and how it may help small business owners develop and scale without becoming burnt out. Stay tuned in and find out the valuable techniques that will transform your personal and business life.Key Takeaways To Listen ForThe importance of knowing what you're good atHow working hours have evolved over timeHow to be highly efficient and increase productivity at workAligning your core values with your schedules Steps to improve work-life balance 3 internal inclinations of a top performerResources Mentioned In This EpisodeThursday is the New Friday$0-$100K Free Masterclass and WebinarAbout Joe Sanok Joe Sanok is a keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. Joe has the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast with interviews with Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes. Joe is a rising star in the speaking world!He is also a writer for PsychCentral that has been featured on The Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and has been named the Therapist Resource top podcast, consultant, and blogger.Connect with JoeWebsite: Practice of the PracticePodcast: The Practice of the Practice; Thursday is the New FridayInstagram: @practiceofthepracticeYoutube: Practice of the PracticeTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
What if this was the year that you didn't set a thousand new goals to reach in order to feel good about yourself? Instead, you can just keep existing and keep track of what you love about life. How does this thought sit with you? Well, in today's episode, I want to explore this with you. I want to have a conversation around our pressure to always be doing more, to always be setting goals, how sometimes self help can be dangerous and not in our best interest, and how we can reevaluate what it means to exist, to be mindful and to be productive.40 Truths to Nourish Your Mind Printable Learn how to publish your own planner: https://www.publishaplanner.com/guide/ More resources: https://www.mindfulproductivityblog.com/Come say hi on Instagram @MindfulProductivityBlog---Join us for our next LIVE Round of Publish with Purpose October 18th - November 5th where you'll be able to create & self-publish your own custom 4x6" Pocket Planner or Guidebook on Amazon! You'll get access to complete pre-formatted templates, tutorials, walkthroughs, and live calls for added support along with our online community of creatives.Learn more and enroll at PublishaPlanner.com/enrollSupport the show (https://mp.vipmembervault.com/products)
Do you live for your weekends or ever feel like you're addicted to your work? Being in the non-stop hustle mode and not being able to focus on what matters most to you is a real thing and in today's show, I have a special guest - my business coach, Stefanie Gass joining me and we're going into all the layers of this topic, our personal experiences with this topic and we're giving you 5 steps to help you break-up with the hustle and get back into leading your life and work from a place of intention, joy and your definition of success. In this Episode you will learn: The first thing you need to do to start this process How to define your definition of success and why knowing how to do this is such an important skill for you to implement How to know the difference between HUSTLE & HARD WORK - and how to stop apologizing when you're in Hard Work mode and doing it the right way Pop your ear buds in and grab your favorite beverage because you're going to love this episode! Xo, Tiffany The Intentional Leader Academy: Learn more HERE & get on the waitlist to have access to founding members special bonuses → https://bit.ly/learnwithtiffanywallace Access your FREE Guide Here: Daily Self-Leadership Habits Made Easy → https://bit.ly/dailyselfleadershiphabits Come connect with us in the Female Leadership, Productivity and Entrepreneur FB Group, we'd love to see you in our Well Integrated Woman Community: https://bit.ly/integrationsupportgroup Connect with Tiffany: Find our more at: https://www.tiffanygwallace.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanygwallace/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffany-wallace-9123a2106/ Additional ways to work with Tiffany - I'm here to help you step into your leadership potential, achieve more and succeed at both life and work: Power Growth Coaching for High-Achievers: Wanting more 1:1 Support and Accountability? Still feeling stuck after today's show? Needing to make a big change, gain clarity, grow in your leadership, your career, business and/or life and you need specific steps and support on how to make it all happen for you → Grab a private, one hour 1:1 - Power Growth Coaching session with Tiffany, Learn more HERE → https://bit.ly/PowerGrowthCoaching Email → email@example.com ---- to see if this would be a good fit for you. You'll gain clarity, focus, grow your confidence and get a plan in place to make big things happen for you. From growing in your leadership skills at your current role in your career and/or business or starting a business of your own built on whatever you want to create with your passions & skills (design, teaching, consultanting, etc) - Tiffany can help you.
In this week's episode I share where all of someones symptoms come from and why that's the case. If you're not addressing the cause, then you're missing the boat. This episode is SIMPLE science-backed conversation about neurophysiology that you can find in any medical textbook.You may never listen again after you hear this episode, OR it will radically transform your life or someone that you know.Connect with Dr. Daniel:Instagram | @danielkimbleydcFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/daniel.kimbley.5Medium | https://medium.com/@danielkimbleyConnect with Nexus Family Chiropractic:Instagram | @nexusfamilychiropracticFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/nexusfamilychiropractic/YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUzsA22gT7UseaFy-rzkVg?view_as=subscriberWeb | https://www.nexusfamilychiropractic.com/
To this day, I get asked if gluten is problematic.And I often get pushback from people who tell me that they have no reactivity to it and that their doctor or nutritionist doesn't think it's problematic.But when they work with me and we dig deeper into their medical and family history, I see a wide variety of symptoms related to the gluten in their diets.To make matters worse, gluten is often found in foods that wouldn't normally contain gluten, but have been exposed to cross-contamination in how and where they are grown or in processing. This is especially true with oats!Another scary fact is that glyphosate, the herbicide otherwise known as Roundup, is used as a desiccant to dry out oats and other gluten-free grains. Glyphosate is a common underlying cause of autoimmune disease.Today's guest is a world leader on gluten sensitivity and inflammation.Dr. Tom O'Bryan is the founder of theDr.com and his most recent book, You Can Fix Your Brain, **was received with global accolades.When it comes to getting healthy, Dr. Tom's goal for you is making it easy to do the right thing. As an internationally recognized, admired, and compassionate speaker, focusing on food sensitivities, environmental toxins, and the development of auto-immune diseases, Dr. Tom's audiences discover that it is through a clear understanding of how you got to where you are that you and your doctor can figure out what it will take to get you well.Listen to the full episode to hear:How wheat and gluten create an immediate immune system response for all of us, even if you think you're not reactiveWhat the line of tolerance means for your gutHow inflammation and dysbiosis in your gut impact your brainWhy “gluten-free” on the menu or the label isn't a guaranteeSteps to take to transition to a grain-free dietLearn more about Dr. Tom O'Bryan:TheDr.comFacebook: @TheDr.Com.EnglishInstagram: @DrTomObryanTwitter: @TheDr_ComYou Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever HadGet free access to the Brain Fog Elimination PlanLearn more about Sami:Eatfor.lifeBook Your Complimentary ConsultationEat For Life cookbooks for each unique biotypeResources:The Second Brain: The Scientific Basis of Gut Instinct & a Groundbreaking New Understanding of Nervous Disorders of the Stomach & Intestines Michael D. Gershon, MD
In this episode, Donn and Kaushik reunite for an episode on how they use productivity tools like various todo apps as well as how the organize information for storage and easy retrieval in their day to day lives.ShownotesIn this episode, Donn and Kaushik reunite for an episode on how they use productivity tools like various todo apps as well as how the organize information for storage and easy retrieval in their day to day lives.Links from the showTaskwarriorGTD BookP.A.R.A. MethodBuilding a Second Brain CourseBullet Journal MethodTask WarriorWing Task for Task WarriorParkinsons LawNotionKanbanflowThings App for Mac and iOSQuiver Code Snippet OrganizerAndroidJobs.IOJob postings are FREE on AndroidJobs.IO during the early release phase (at the time of this recording).Sign up to get notified of new jobs on a weekly basis as well.m* AndroidJobs.IODonn's Free E-Book on Freelancing/Consulting RatesFree E-Book on Freelancing RatesContact@fragmentedcast or our Youtube channel@donnfelker and donnfelker (on Instagram)Freelancing for Mobile Developers (Donn's YouTube)kaushikgopal (on YouTube) or blog.kaush.co or @kaushikgopalDisclaimer: Many of the links we share to products are affiliate links. They help support the production of Fragmented. Thank you for your support.
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY Do you ever feel stuck? Like you can't get out of your rut? Here's a quick and easy way to get unstuck to propel yourself to the next level. If you listen to the Success Through Failure podcast, you don't settle for mediocrity. But sometimes you simply feel stuck. You KNOW there's more potential inside of you but you're just operating at a low level and you're not really sure how to get out of your own head. That's normal. We all have those days. Those weeks. And sometimes those months. And more often than not, it's your sign to step back and hit the pause button. In this episode, we'll do a Productive Pause. I'll give you 5 tactical questions you should ask yourself to help you get unstuck to instantly amplify your results. Listen to this episode now, download or print the worksheet in the Action Plan, and take your much-needed Productive Pause and get back on track! If you don't have time to listen to the entire episode or if you hear something that you like but don't have time to write it down, be sure to grab your free copy of the Action Plan from this episode— as well as get access to action plans from EVERY episode— at http://www.JimHarshawJr.com/Action.
While Marsha sat reading a couple of productivity quotes she heard someone call her name audibly. The sound of her own name made Marsha jump! You see Marsha lived in a cottage near a little forest with lots of trees and bunnies. There wasn't supposed to be anyone else around because she lived alone. So, when she heard someone calling her name it startled her. Marsha got up from her seat and looked out the dusty windows and through the glass doors. It was still bright outside because it was a little after 2 pm in the afternoon. She didn't see anyone which did not surprise her because the voice that she heard sounded like someone inside her head. Has this ever happened to you? Whenever your brain drifts off thinking about life in general when you're supposed to be creating your next project or other tasks. It's almost as if your brain decides to wake you out of a daydream. As an entrepreneur, you can sometimes feel stuck when it is time to do a number of important tasks. This is why using productivity quotes from other well-known people can help to push you forward. In this post, you'll learn about 20+ motivational quotes that will keep you focused and help you to become more productive quickly. 1. Stephen King One of the most prolific writers of all time is Stephen King. He was born in 1947 and he is a well-known author of crime, horror, supernatural, science fiction and fantasy novels. If you know anything about writing, you'll know that it takes a certain level of discipline to write great books every year to earn a living. One of Stephen's famous productivity quotes can be found below. “Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work.”Stephen King 2. Bruce Lee If there's someone who will get you to your feet it must be Bruce Lee. Somehow I never realised that Bruce Lee died back in 1973 at the tender age of 32 from a swollen brain. He was known for his martial arts performances as an actor. As you can imagine it takes a certain level of discipline to be good at martial arts in any form. Here's one of Bruce's famous quotes to inspire you. "If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you'll never get it done"Bruce Lee 3. Henry David Thoreau Now is a great time to take a step back to the 1800s where we can catch up with Henry David Thoreau. He was an American Naturalist, poet, philosopher and essayist. Born around 1817 in Concord, Massachusetts. All his works, books, articles and journals amount to 20 volumes of works. Without further ado, here's one of his inspirational quotes. "It's the beauty within us that makes it possible for us to recognise the beauty around us. The question is not what you look at but what you see."Henry David Thoreau 4. Benjamin Franklin More than 100 years before Henry was born Benjamin Franklin came on the scene. Benjamin was a polymath, inventor, politician, scientist, printer, statesman, diplomat, writer and political philosopher. In case you are wondering who or what is a polymath, it is a person with wide knowledge and learning. They are a jack or jill of all trades. There are some suggestions that Sophia Stewart is a modern-day polymath. Sophia wrote the Matrix and The Terminator. Before we head down that rabbit hole let's look at this quote from Benjamin. "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail"Benjamin Franklin 5. Peter Drucker Believe it or not, we have yet another writer. Peter Ferdinand Drucker was an Austrian-American management consultant, educator and author. What I find fascinating about Peter is that he was born in 1909 and he lived until the age of 95! He was only 8 days away from his 96th birthday on November 11th when he died. Peter was the inventor of the concept management by objectives. You'll probably be familiar with this famous productivity quote from Peter.
Did you know?There's a concept called 'Susegad' in Goa and this is a way of life that Goa is famous for. It is this chilled and relaxed vibe, a laidback attitude that has existed in this region. The word 'Susegad' comes from the Portuguese word 'Sossegado' which means 'quiet'. In this episode of #TheHabitCoach, Ashdin Doctor talks about an interesting ideology from Goan culture called 'Susegad'. He explains the concept of Susegad and how it is existing in the region. Further, Ashdin describes how modern-day life is taking over this ideology and shares an interesting habit of how to slow down and cherish the real moments. Tune in to this awesome episode to understand how fast life can slow us down. Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat Below: ( https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )Check out the Awesome180 Habit Coach app: ( https://bit.ly/2XTBvfC )Website: Awesome180 ( http://awesome180.com/ ) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
Employers don't want their employees playing video games at work however, they may be missing out. According to a study conduct by BYU University Gamers are More Productive than non-gamers. What do Gamers know that others don't ? Listen and find out more.
So much of music production is in our mindset. Is yours working for you or against you? Listen on Apple or Stitcher or Google or Spotify; watch on YouTube Support the Podcast on Patreon and get exclusive mini-episodes - https://www.patreon.com/brianfunk Brian Funk Links: Website - https://brianfunk.com Intro Music Made with Juno 106 Ableton Live Pack - https://brianfunk.com/blog/juno-106 Ableton Live Pack Archive - https://brianfunk.com/blog/ableton-live-pack-archive Music Production Club - https://brianfunk.com/mpc Music Production Podcast - https://brianfunk.com/podcast Support the Podcast on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/brianfunk Save 25% on Ableton Live Packs at my store with the code: PODCAST - https://brianfunk.com/store Thank you for listening. Please review the Music Production Podcast on your favorite podcast provider! And don't forget to visit my site https://BrianFunk.com for music production tutorials, videos, and sound packs. Brian Funk
Software development is moving faster than ever in a continuous delivery model, and traditional test automation is sometimes not enough to keep up. In this episode, technology leader Dushyant Acharya, will share how the engineering productivity paradigm helps expand test automation and make it more effective. Discover how to increase software development productivity with development workflow, including test automation, infrastructure, and efficient product delivery.
How do you decide which aspects of your life you share with which friends? In this catch-up episode, we chat about how our expectations about friends have evolved during the pandemic: How have our needs shifted, how did we realize they shifted, and which needs do we actively communicate?How do our friends approach hangouts with us differently, now that we've been sharing updates about lives publicly via our podcast?Why has Sophia paused using her finsta? How do we draw the line between what we share publicly vs what we only share with close friends?How might friendships and our attachment to productivity shift if we take small breaks from social media? Mentioned in this episode:Irene Kim's YouTube channelSerena Kim's ABG Transformation video@theNapMinistry Follow bamboo & glass on:⟡ instagram: @bambooandglass⟡ links to various platforms: beacons.ai/bambooandglass⟡ website: www.bambooandglass.buzzsprout.com⟡ Da Eun: @daeunkm⟡ Sophia: @sophiasysun Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bambooandglass)
You can't give to the world what you don't have, right?As you love yourself more, you'll grow intimacy with your natural genius, discover your truest powers and honor your highest self.Over time—as your self-identify rewires—you'll begin to inhabit the life you've invented.If you want to encode Robin Sharma's finest methods and strategies [well beyond what he shares in his #1 bestseller The Everyday Hero Manifesto] to escalate your positivity, accelerate your productivity and magnify your impact on the world......with him as your personal mentor for the next 12 months...Claim one of the limited memberships to Robin Sharma's premium digital course, The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method here.The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method offers a step-by-step system to multiply your success in your professional and personal life, with him as your personal mentor for one year.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
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We all need to redefine productivity in our lives. It's not about doing more, but about doing what's most important and truly meaningful. Productivity is our vehicle to intentional living and finding the happiness that we fail to see through the business. It's time we choose to stop being busy and live an intentional and extraordinary life. Today on the Redefining Wealth Podcast, we sat down with best-selling author, speaker, and nationally recognized productivity expert, Tanya Dalton. Tanya serves as a growth strategist for female leaders and her highly anticipated second book, On Purpose: The Busy Woman's Guide to an Extraordinary Life of Meaning and Success, is now available for Pre-order and can be found wherever books are sold on October 26, 2021. Key discussion points from this episode include: The Link Between Productivity and Purpose - 4:04 Living On Purpose - 7:08 Wayfinding - 17:09 Redefine Wealth For Yourself - 24:19 Discipline vs. Willpower - 29:50 The Fifth Why - 36:24 Connect With Tanya: Instagram: @tanya.i.dalton Website: https://tanyadalton.com/ On Purpose Book: https://tanyadalton.com/onpurpose Are you ready to use your voice to amplify your message in the marketplace? Your purpose deserves to be amplified and I want to invite you to check out my intentional online training, Podcast with Purpose. This training will teach you how to lean into your purpose, build a sustainable platform via a podcast and truly transform the lives of your listeners. To start your podcasting journey and launch a podcast that aligns with your purpose, visit: http://podcastwithpatrice.com/. Cathedral Your Thinking Takeaways "Living productively is about being intentional with our choices and how we live.” - Tanya Dalton “Goals are not the goal.” - Tanya Dalton “God has a vision for us and he knows the plans so much more than we do.” - Tanya Dalton “Winners quit all of the time.” - Tanya Dalton “Write your goals in pencil and allow them to shift.” - Tanya Dalton “The opposite of stuck is action.” - Tanya Dalton “We're able to do anything when we believe in ourselves.” - Tanya Dalton “Choose to create your time.” - Tanya Dalton Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions And with that, let's dig into Tanya's responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions. Define Success: “Success is how I feel at the end of the day.” Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less: "Family. Priorities. Impact." One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth: Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”: “My name is Tanya Dalton and to me the truth about wealth is it's available for every single one of us if we choose to open our eyes and see the abundance in this beautiful world.” LINKS: START HERE: https://patricewashington.com/starthere/ Check Out Our Website: https://patricewashington.com/ Become An Official Purpose Chaser: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redefiningwealthcommunity/?ref=bookmarks Find Me On Social Media: Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth Instagram: @SeekWisdomPCW https://www.instagram.com/seekwisdompcw/ Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCW https://www.facebook.com/SeekWisdomPCW/
Let's be honest, there's a lot to be angry about in this world. But what good does your anger actually do? Sure, it can feel good to have something to fight for, but are you making your own life happier? Are you changing the world in a positive way? Your anger can feel right, but its often holding you back in more ways than one. We're firm believers in the power of choice, and that includes your emotions. Especially when your emotions are preventing you from living your own Best Life. Emotions are always valid, but you have to learn to manage them [3:52] The self-righteousness of anger [5:02] Let yourself have the full experience [6:41] A lack of nuance and a lack of conversation [8:35] Choosing anger only hurts you [9:50] Different perspectives can feel like a betrayal of self [12:08] You can't cater to everyone [14:40] You get your own say, let that be enough [16:59] Logical fallacies and confirmation biases [19:33] Negative emotions might just be a distraction [23:00] thehappinessdiet.com Get 20% OFF Organifi products at organifi.com using code ‘thebestlife' Don't forget to leave us a review and subscribe so you never have to miss an episode! Comments and questions can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can head to thebestlifepodcast.com to join our Facebook Group. FOLLOW US ON IG: @TheBestLifePodcast FOLLOW JILL: @jillfit FOLLOW DANNY J: @dannyjdotcom You can also follow us on Facebook @Jill Coleman @Danny-J
Brooke and Danielle are back this week discussing all things TRAVEL. The gals do a lot of it - and they have picked up some tips and hacks through the years. From what to wear when traveling to what to bring, listen up for all of the travel things you need to know before your next trip! Be sure to tag @galsonthegopodcast in your listening stories + screenshots on Instagram. Danielle's Best Purchase of 2021, Tan Slides: https://bit.ly/3pWVUdD Brooke's Best Purchase of 2021, Vlog Camera: https://amzn.to/3ivEgex GOTG Assistant Application: https://forms.gle/KSd3U5Y49YXdKASK8 Gals On The Go Instagram https://www.instagram.com/galsonthegopodcast/ Brooke's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/brookemiccio Brooke's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brookemiccio/ Danielle's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/daniellecarolan Danielle's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/daniellecarolan/ Business Inquires Can Be Sent to: GalsOnTheGoPodcastTeam@unitedtalent.com
DISCUSSED: Exploring rural voices; the things that kids (and we) have had stolen away over the past couple years; what movie would get your butt back into a cinema seat?; an opinionated dive into Safari's new approach to tabs (and why it feels so concerning); and, finally, Merlin shares a bunch of Safari extensions that do new stuff—or do old stuff in a cool or interesting way.