Info

Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod: Success | Productivity | Personal Development | Lifestyle | Business

Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod is a weekly podcast dedicated to empowering and equipping you with practical advice and strategies to achieve your goals and dreams. If you are looking for help with achieving your goals in any (or EVERY) area of your life, Hal will give you the inspiration, motivation, and action plan to take yourself and your life to the next level. Subscribe to the podcast and get a new episode every Wednesday.
RSS Feed Subscribe in Apple Podcasts
Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod: Success | Productivity | Personal Development | Lifestyle | Business
2017
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
March
February
January


2016
December
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
March
February
January


2015
December
November
October
September
August
July
June


Categories

All Episodes
Archives
Categories
Now displaying: August, 2015
Aug 26, 2015

“Every single one of us, at some level, has a responsibility to take our knowledge, our life experiences and transform them into a book that could help an infinite amount of people.”

Have you ever read a book, one that inspired you or that you couldn’t put down, and thought “I wish I could do that”?  Well you can.  More importantly, you SHOULD!

Whether you believe you’re an expert or not, everyone can benefit from writing their own book.  In this episode, I share how I decided to write my first two books, and discuss the three big reasons why everyone should do the same: personal branding, income, and legacy.  You can be an entrepreneur, an employee, or even a stay-at-home spouse; find out how you can benefit from writing a book.  I even give you some basic tips for how to get started.

 

Everyone has a story to share or advice to give; it’s time to get yours out to the people who need it!  Writing your own book is a short term commitment that will generate benefits for the rest of your life (and beyond!).  Now start writing!

“A book pays you for a lifetime in terms of benefits.”

TRANSCRIPTS

Coming soon…

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

>>If you enjoyed this post, if it added value to your life, please leave a quick comment below and SHARE with your friends. Thank YOU for paying it forward! :^)

COMMENT QUESTION: What is your big takeaway?. Write it in the comments below.

Untitled 3.001

SUBMIT A QUESTION

Do you have a question you would like answered on a future podcast? Click the button below.

EPISODE RESOURCES

BYEBonline course

Self Publishing School

Podcasting For Profits

Best Year Ever Blueprint 2015

www.tmmforsalespeople.com

Aug 19, 2015

itunes-button soundcloud-logo stitcher-logo

Anyone who knows Hal Elrod knows that he is a huge fan of MMA (mixed martial arts) fighting and UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). Whether you are a diehard fan, or even if you are repulsed by the idea of two people fighting in a cage, there is a lot to be learned from the mental and physical discipline required to compete in this sport.

Join co-creator of the Best Year Ever Blueprint,  John Berghoff, and Hal Elrod as they discuss the strategies used by the masterful and wildly entertaining Conor McGregor.

After leaving his job as a plumber in Dublin, Ireland, Conor made mixed martial arts training his sole focus, making his dream of being the UFC champion a reality. As the current UFC Interim Featherweight Champion, Conor is now one of the most elite fighters in the UFC. Some of the secrets to his success include:

  1. Extraordinary self-belief
  2. Holistic training
  3. Unapologetic self promotion
  4. Gratitude
  5. Relentless focus on a single goal

Whether you’re an MMA fighter or a business owner, these strategies can help you to achieve your goals. When things are going well, it’s easy to imagine your goals and dreams within your reach. But when things get tough, you must continue to focus on what you want. By crafting his own destiny and fulfilling his dreams, Conor has empowered himself to achieve his goals. Make your destiny a reality by adopting these strategies.

TRANSCRIPTS

Coming soon…

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

>>If you enjoyed this post, if it added value to your life, please leave a quick comment below and SHARE with your friends. Thank YOU for paying it forward! :^)

COMMENT QUESTION: What is your big takeaway?. Write it in the comments below.

Untitled 3.001

SUBMIT A QUESTION

Do you have a question you would like answered on a future podcast? Click the button below.

EPISODE RESOURCES

BYEBonline course

Conor on Conan

Jon Vroman

The Front Row Foundation

Best Year Ever Blueprint 2015

www.tmmforsalespeople.com

Aug 12, 2015

One of the best ways to become the best possible version of yourself is through being coached by a high quality mentor. It’s the secret weapon of the elite. This indispensable, but elusive tool was once a privilege only few could afford, but with Tony Stubblemine’s launch of Coach.me, immediate and affordable coaching is available to aid you in achieving any goal. Join host Hal Elrod as he and his guest, Tony Stubblemine, debunk the myth of overnight success and discuss the importance of quality coaching.

Tony will be the first to tell you that it was by working hard and working smart that he got to where he is today. But before taking up running in high school, he was convinced he was lazy. Not until he realized that he ran more miles over the summer than anyone else on his high school team did he see that he wasn’t lazy, he just needed to be passionate in order to apply himself.

After a record breaking senior year of high school, Tony decided to run at Grinnell College, a Division III school in Iowa. With each injury that he encountered, he couldn’t understand why he wasn’t getting faster. After looking back at his running career, he realized that he had stopped doing the strength exercises that had once been a focus of his during his high school years.

To know true success, the secret isn’t hard work; it’s working smarter. One of the best ways to ensure that you are working towards your goals in an effective and efficient way is by doing the following:

  1. Write your ideal plan and decide everything in advance to avoid making emotional decisions
  2. First, focus on the habit. Then, focus on growing.
  3. Make sure that the first thing you do in the morning is something fun that makes you want to get out of bed

By starting your morning off right, you set yourself in motion for the rest of the day. While Coach.me can be used in conjunction with The Miracle Morning, it has helped people to lose weight, quit drinking, become more productive, and even meditating. Rather than see any set back as a failure, Tony encourages you to change your perspective. Failure only happens when your expectations do not match your goals. Instead, view your failures as an opportunity to reset and repeat and you’ll achieve your goal in no time.

Aug 5, 2015

When asked to list their top fears, most people list public speaking first and death second. As Jerry Seinfeld once said, this means that if you’re at a funeral, you’d rather be in the casket than giving the eulogy. Face your fear and cultivate your skills with Hal Elrod as he interviews Jon Berghoff on how public speaking can help you to influence, inspire, and communicate to large groups and in personal interactions.

One of the most important keys in speaking effectively to an audience, no matter how large or small, is understanding the importance of context over content. You might have a very well-written speech, but if you aren’t aware of where your audience is coming from, it will fall on deaf ears. Jon gives his Context Creation Formula to help you in creating an effective framework.

If you ask them, most audiences will know a good speaker from a bad one. But what are the qualities of a good speaker and how can you develop them yourself? Jon and Hal each share their top three tips to help you on your public speaking journey:

  1. Empathetic
  2. An ability to inspire
  3. Self-awareness and presence
  4. Vulnerability
  5. Storytelling
  6. Entertaining

Never underestimate the power of preparation and always remember that, even though the spotlight is on you, public speaking is ultimately about the audience and their experience. Join Jon Berghoff and Jon Vroman at their Speaker Trainer Experience event to learn more about delivering exceptional speeches and how to distinguish between speaking and training.

1