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Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust: Season 4 – Episode 3 – A Summary of Taxes & Dividends

The Trust Tax.  Yes, sometimes there are hidden, ugly variables in that, too. It’s very difficult to trust people who work for different companies, such as those exploitative companies that tell you, “hey! You can stay at our beautiful condominium for cheap tonight with…

The Pat Flynn Podcast that Changed My Business

Be Small! Wow, here I am commuting from one side of town to the other, and in the back of the taxi, on a dreary day in Bangkok, Thailand, I said to myself: “it’s time to listen to Pat Flynn.” Pat Flynn, an entrepreneur…

Interviewee #16: Nasuha Sahaili On Branding, Power of Words, Communication & Compassion

LinkedIn, a platform I’ve gotten very serious on in the past, is full of unbelievable potential and entrepreneurial mindsets.  In today’s podcast, I was able to bring on a Malaysian-born entrepreneur who has a wonderful https://www.peachesnpen.com that focuses on the essential qualities of doing business — going…

Motivation Mentors: Episode 004 Featuring Celina Celeste!

Hello, everyone! This is a special project I’ve been working on with another mentor and coach from Shroud, England by the name of Luke Burrows.  The focus of this is since we’re both mentors and coaches, we encourage people to send questions in throughout…

How To Become A Good Conversationalist: Part II – Conversation Gambits

Things being discussed: How to become a conversationalist? What is a gambit? How to strike up a conversation? Different ways of identifying a gambit. You need to be profound. Looking for ways to strike an initiative. You need to be observant of people’s actions….

Acknowledge Your Positive Past: Part II – Thank Your Family, Job, & Circumstances

My mother, who took four children in all by herself, did a magnificent job at parenting. My mother, who hasn’t spoken or communicated with me via voice in 5 years, doesn’t really care about me. Can you see the difference? We often times point…

The Business That Could’ve Been: Wings To YouTube

While I was sitting on my couch, stuffing my face with pepperoni pizza (yes, I cheat sometimes, but blame my trainer that put me through a 1-hour gauntlet), I realized at that given moment what could’ve been. Back in Las Vegas, my colleagues and…

Stephen Covey’s Four Dimensions of Renewal – Physical Dimension – Stop Being Lazy (Physically)

How can you preserve and enhance the great asset you have? Physical: Exercise, Nutrition, Stress Management Social/Emotional: Service, Empathy, Synergy, Intrinsic Security Mental: Reading, Visualizing, Planning, Writing Spiritual: Value Clarification & Commitment, Study & Meditation George Sheehan, the running guru, describes four roles: being…

Stephen Covey: Force Field Analysis – Restraining Forces vs. Driving Forces

Sociologist Kurt Lewin developed a “Force Field Analysis” model in which he described any current level of performance or being as a state of equilibrium between the driving forces that encourage upward movement and the restraining forces that discourse it. So, in dumb English,…

How To Create A Band of Friends That Will Help Up-Level You

Set aside some time and make a list of people you would like to ask to mentor you. Tony Robbins Lisa Nichols Gary Vee Vishen Lakhiani Tom Bilyeau Les Brown Michael Bernard Beckwith Jim Kwik It will probably seem daunting at first to contact…