Kevin E. Eastman was in the Air Force as a sergeant. He learned things such as how to best effectively get his message heard, and his supervisor really helped him open up perspectives on his life and mentality. He used to be the type of person who blamed everyone else for all the problems and misfortunes. But it was pointed out that if you look at yourself, you can see how you are the creator of your own world. Even something as simple as fear. Fear exists, but it's because we create fear in thinking about something that may or may not even happen. With that type of awareness, we can overcome so much more.
Samraj Mathur is a marketer who takes in endless amounts of data to determine the best ways of showing products to customers and how to deliver what people want. But not only does he take in data about reaching target audiences, but has learned how to apply reading and understanding data to better his personal life. Data is available to us easier than ever, and just have to know that it's there.
As children, we have a tendency to do as we are told. We follow the dreams our parents have for us, and sometimes even a comment from a teacher can pave a certain path. Matt had been going through the motions of what his parents wanted for him - going to college to become an architect. The further along Matt went along, he was realizing it didn't feel right. It's not what he wants to do. He went against the grain and started creating his own dreams and fulfilling them and he hasn't been happier.
Mike Bassett was fortunate enough to be adopted by a loving family and was fortunate enough to know his birth mom. But every young child takes things personally and Mike thought his mom's actions reflected on him and his behaviors, creating childhood trauma. It's that childhood trauma, that hurt inner child which creates that self-negative talk. That self-negative talk and bad thoughts are what can destroy a person. Mike knew that it was up to him to work on healing that inner child so he can live his best life and not pass down his inner child wounds to someone else.
Lia was just like many people, struggling with money, bad relationships, single mother, and more. She had to make a change, but how? When Lia's friends were changing what they were doing, she had a moment of self-reflection, which caused her to ask herself different questions about her own life, the choices she had made, and the choices she can make. It all started with taking accountability for her own actions, changing her mindset, and setting little goals.
Marc suffers from lacking muscle mass though, creating many challenges with his weight and health. With that, Marc knows there are others who may also be struggling with BMI inaccuracy, so he has set out to study and help overcome the obesity health crisis.
Rachel and I go deep into the mental archives to discuss what she's been through to become who she is today and why her business "Outcoast" means so much to her and her legacy.
Ben kicks us off with a crazy story about being robbed in a foreign country and ending up with a tattoo to remember it all. We get into his background growing up in Australia and how he managed his mindset on his journey from his home country through Canada and ultimately to the US.
Jeevan is a Financial Advisor, Author, and Transformational Coach whose IQ is in the top 2%. We discuss what it means to be a person of value and how he's coupled his intelligence with an insatiable appetite for new information.
In late 2019 / early 2020, Claire began resenting her current circumstances... From the outside, she had a "perfect" life but something was stirring in her soul. Since that time, she's dedicated herself to getting to know who she is, deep at the core & she's figuring out what tools/habits/actions work best for her on her journey of self-actualization. She joins us today to share about her journey so far and shares some great tactics and practices that have helped her... they may do the same for you!
Dennis' backstory involves the evolution of a trauma victim into a business owner who works with men who are between their 20s and 60s who are having difficulty reframing negative self-talk, creating long term goals, chunking these out into short-term goals, staying accountable, and managing relationships in a healthy way.
Ryan is a licensed financial advisor and owner of RFinances. As a U.S. Army Veteran, Ryan and his team continue to serve by partnering with businesses, churches and community groups to host workshops to teach people the basics of money. They also provide 1 on 1 financial coaching to help people build a simple to follow financial plan that fits their life. Ryan is the author of "Money Basics and Fundamentals (Build A Plan That Fits Your Life!)" and host of the "Say Hi to Money" podcast.
Susan was a neonatologist for 34 years while also raising three children. She says she gave all she had to medicine and motherhood. For most of her career, she kept burnout at bay, but near the end of her career the excessive work hours, the constant stress, and the complex ethical cases began to weigh heavily on her. she suffered through burnout, and afterward, it took nearly two years of self-care, cutting back hours, and a practice change to heal.
Eric is a seasoned attorney who has confronted the challenges that arise in billion-dollar business deals and in billion-dollar litigation, and prevailed. He struggled until he learned how attorneys confront adversity. He had poor grades in high school and college and was rejected by every law school that he applied to until finally being accepted into law school.. just barely. He started as the worst but rose to become the top of his class. He even wrote a book about it called "Worst to First". I'll let him tell you the rest of the story...
G. Scott and I talk about the depth and richness of life that we can only experience by being present. He's authored 16 books, with more on their way, and we explore what's led him to write those as well as the experiences that have shaped him along his journey. Buckle up and breathe... this one's a bit of a bumpy, funny, and inspiring ride.
Chad is a retired Army Sniper and combat applications instructor. He has faced immense challenges from war to special needs children and two motorcycle accidents. Despite all of this Chad has found a way to overcome through forming a superior mindset. We get into his background and the wild story that has led him to where he is today.
Troy and I discuss the wisdom he's learned from his years being in the military and technology space about how to best connect with and manage people. He also shares some funny stories and insights throughout.
Steve is the founder of "The Manly Club" and "The Powerhouse Men Brotherhood". We hear from Steve about his background and what he believes makes a "powerhouse man" and he shares what has led to creating the brotherhood and what he's learned leading a group of 13K+ men and now building something even greater.
Cliff is a podcast host and an art director/brand strategist who's worked in or around advertising and creative agencies for many years. We discuss what it was like growing up in upstate New York then spending 15+ years in the city and how he went from growing up in church to exploring how other religions and people lead their lives ultimately helping him to shape the life he leads now.
Heather is a life coach, yoga instructor, and the owner of Ignite Your Sunshine. She's originally from New York and her struggle with anorexia ultimately led her down a path toward healing where she spent years working on herself, her body, and mind, and Yoga was a major piece of that healing. We get into some deep topics like self-abandonment and the power of our inner voice but we also share a bunch of laughs.
Joe runs a marketing team in the healthcare industry and he joins us today to discuss the topic of creativity. Did you know some people don't think of themselves as creative? Yeah, well... that's not really accurate and we uncover why that is.
Eric and I discuss his journey from Seminary to becoming an insurance agent and how he now helps 200 agents across the country manage their mindset and create wealth for themselves while helping other people.
Liz and I discuss her findings from being a career coach during the pandemic and how she's helped her clients maneuver career and life changes in the midst of everything going on. We get into some of the behind-the-scenes conversations with executives and business owners throughout the past few years as well as the stories that have shaped her and the wisdom she can share with us all.
Pat's a creative at heart whose artistic passions led him toward sales but it was his stature that ultimately set him up for success. He's been in sales both selling for and to Fortune 500 companies and now he's starting to branch out and share more of his wisdom in new ways.
Stacey and I discuss how she grew through a one-two punch of being diagnosed with cancer then, less than 24 hours later, losing her father, and much more...
Matt and I discuss what it's like to start a business in college... during a pandemic and how to manage your mindset along the way.
Dom's the owner of a marketing agency in Tampa, Florida and an audio engineer for some of Tampa's best in the hip hop scene. Dom joins us today to get into mindset management throughout the rise and fall moments of life.
Brian's a Financial Advisor and Podcast host who also runs a martial arts studio that was gifted to him by a friend who committed suicide during the pandemic... Yeah, imagine mourning the loss of a friend and taking over their business for them?
Brian and I discuss how this affected his relationships, and his mindset so listen closely as he shares some beautiful insights
and wisdom he's learned along his path most notably within the past 2 years.
Ed and I discuss his journey in and through sales and how the humbling moments can truly set us on a beautiful path if we allow them to.
Heather and I discuss the systems she has in place to control her anxiety as best she can. As a mother, a wife, a business owner, and a faith-driven person she's experienced life through various lenses believing she needed to be certain ways. Can you relate?
Listen in as we dive into what may be very close to your own story
As the host, I mostly speak with guests about how they manage their mindset and listen intently as they share the stories that shape them.
So this is my opportunity to share with you a bit about my story and what has shaped me.
Adrian and I got into the systems he's put in place to mostly keep himself accountable and continue to grow.
When you know the ways you work best you can seek others that help you do more of that and keep you accountable as you grow.
Tyler Newton and I break down the mindset of an entrepreneur who's moving along their own path and how sometimes it takes being extremely uncomfortable to find some comfort in life. Tyler's gone through a lot from losing his Dad as a kid to reshaping his body and mind.
Listen in as we dig into the systems that work for him and the hundreds of people whose lives he's helped change.
Battling with mental illness, addiction and past trauma isn't something we should take lightly yet, WE do this with ourselves all the time. Eric and I discuss how he's worked through addiction, ADHD and running from problems to now having an understanding of himself and how to best operate.
Some people say "my childhood sucked" or "my parents were awful"... Then there's Rich, his childhood sucked and his parents really were awful
(early in life) yet he serves and gives his heart to those in need.
We cover some seriously tough and deep subjects from human trafficking to redeemed relationships and a WHOLE LOT in between.
Jose is a behavioral health clinician and adjunct professor in Maryland who has battled ADHD, Depression, and a false diagnosis of bipolar all of which led him to become a loved husband, father, friend, and recovery peer.
Listen close as we unpack the stories that have shaped him and how he leads himself, peers, and clients toward a healthy life.
Dags is a creative who struggled with mental health for almost 30 years and it led him to attempt suicide and with a rope around his neck realized... this is not what I want and his story since has been beautiful, I'm excited for you to hear it.
I think his story resonates with more of us than we'll admit...
Superman, AKA. Tim Kassouf shares his secrets to addiction, recovery, and faith. Tim knows firsthand what addiction can cause and he also knows firsthand what faith, support, and a healthy lifestyle can change a life.
Jodi is a Yoga Teacher who lives with Bipolar and helps women with bipolar manage life with dignity and grace through yoga, mindfulness, and science.
In this episode, we break down the day in the life of a medical device sales rep and how he manages life, career, and a steady head on his shoulders.