In this episode, we cover the (2) most foundational life skills to have it your tool belt – Mental Toughness & Discipline. I explain the ground rules for the new challenge I am starting (Sunday April 7th, 2019) to increase and improve my mental toughness and daily discipline.
In this episode, I explore one of the religions I have been observing – Buddhism. I break down some of the principals of Buddhist philosophy and sharing how they may relate to a modern world application.
In this episode, Pablo Rosario returns to the podcast for round 2. Pablo is a mastermind group leader, event planner, experience creator, public speaker, and high performance coach.
Marco Santarelli Passive Turnkey Real Estate Investing EPISODE 32 – February 2019 I do plan on becoming an active real estate investor as a means of wealth creation in the near future. That’s exactly why I was excited interviewing Marco Santarelli on the podcast. Marco said the #1 thing to do in order to become […]
Matt Javit How To Travel The World & Plan Your Own Mini-Retirement EPISODE 31 – January 2019 Today’s episode is with founder of PassPortJoy.com – Matt Javit.
In my experience, there are many qualities that matter in terms of being more productive, effective, and producing more results in your field.
Today, we are more connected than we ever have been. But are we really connected? If you look around, some would say not really.
Jamie Leigh The Beginners Guide to E-Commerce EPISODE 30 – December 2018 Today’s episode is with digital entrepreneur Jamie Leigh. Jamie’s mission is to help women around the globe create financial freedom from their online empire.
Just as discipline and freedom are opposing forces that must be balanced, leadership requires finding the equilibrium in the dichotomy of many seemingly contradictory qualities between one extreme and another.
- A leader must lead but also be ready to follow.
- A leader must be aggressive but not overbearing.
- A leader must be calm but not robotic.
- A leader must be confident but never cocky.
- A leader must be brave but not foolhardy.
- A leader must be humble but not passive; quiet but not silent.
- A leader must be attentive to details but not obsessed with them.
- A leader must be close with subordinates but not too close.