Dr. James Kelley is a professor of marketing at the United Arab Emirates University in Al Ain, Dubai, the host of the Executives After Hours podcast, and the author of The Crucible’s Gift: 5 Lessons from Authentic Leaders Who Thrive in Adversity, which releases April 23.
In his new book, Dr. Kelley explores how to lead an extraordinary life from a leadership perspective, the power of self-awareness and reflection, and the concept of relatableness: how to build trust and loyalty by giving someone the power of feeling listened to.
Today, Dr. Kelley joins Jon Berghoff on the podcast to talk about the importance of diversity, challenging relationships, how to move negotiations in a mutually beneficial way, and more.
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Today I got together with my long-time friend, Carey Smolensky, to discuss an important topic that I don’t often talk about – happiness. Carey wanted to know where it sits in relation to passion and the way I live my life, and it was a joy to explore.
Carey has also been helping to produce spectacular live events for years, including our annual Best Year Ever Blueprint, and after years of us twisting his arm he’s finally producing his own first major event—The Passion Summit—in Chicago on May 7th and 8th.
At The Passion Summit, I will be presenting a brand new keynote—titled What Matters Most?—and helping to answer this universal question that we don’t typically ask. (If you’re interested in attending The Passion Summit, click here to register. Use the code YOPALVIP to save up to $350.)
But before that, I think you’ll really enjoy today’s conversation about Happiness & Fulfillment.
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Phil Hellmuth Jr. set out from a very early age to become the greatest poker player of all time. 14 World Series of Poker Championships (and counting) later, it’s clear he succeeded. Beyond poker, he’s also a New York Times bestselling author, a TV commentator, and a tech investor.
Now, Phil has a new goal: to inspire a global audience to do better, think bigger, do more, and achieve their dreams. His new book is called #Positivity, and in it, he shares his unique perspectives, as well as tools and strategies that you can implement right away.
Today, Phil joins the podcast to share stories about setting (and meeting) goals of all sizes, why honesty sells, and why it’s so important to follow your code - no matter what it is.
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This week on the Achieve Your Goals podcast, we’re doing something a little bit different… I’m answering questions straight from The Miracle Morning community about all sorts of topics, including how I plan my week, how to keep up with your SAVERS when you’re short on time, my favorite tools for staying organized, and upcoming projects I’m looking forward to sharing with you.
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My good friend Jeremy “Brotha James” Reisig has dedicated his life to creating music with a message. After years of creating, playing, and performing for audiences of all ages, Brotha James is getting ready to release his debut album—Abracadabra—and today, he’s playing songs, telling stories, and letting you know how you can help bring this vision to life.
To support Brotha James and become a part of the making of this wonderful new album, check out his crowdfunding campaign by visiting http://kck.st/2BoCQtJ or simply search "Brotha James" in Kickstarter!
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We’ve got a special conversation lined up for the Achieve Your Goals podcast today. Jon Berghoff gets interviewed by Dr. Richard Shuster, host of The Daily Helping Podcast.
Told differently than you’ve ever heard it before, Jon Berghoff shares the story of his journey and the many unexpected turns along the way that made him who he is.
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Andrea Riggs has an incredible gift to command and lead a room of people through motion, and her unique combination of both personal development and yoga training has made her an invaluable member of our Best Year Ever Blueprint team, leading our attendees through high energy movement every year in San Diego.
Andrea joins the podcast today to talk about the experiences and risks that led her to the best work of her life, why physical movement is so crucial to problem solving, her new book, Gypsy Living, and her upcoming course, the Trifecta Guide Program.
If you’re interested in Andrea’s 9-week Trifecta Guide Program and want to learn how you too can live your most daring adventure & unleash your Gypsy Spirit, visit https://www.gypsyfam.com/the-trifecta-guide-program/ to discover everything you need to know.
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There’s always someone to thank and appreciate. So why don’t we tell people what they mean to us more often? Why do we let excuses like — “I’m too busy” or “What difference will it make?” — get in the way of showing our appreciation to the people who bring value to our lives?
John Israel, Founder of the Mr. Thank You Project, joins the podcast to share his mission—to elevate the level of gratitude on the planet by inspiring 74 million Thank You cards. He kicked it off by writing five (5) Thank You cards every day for an entire year, which even got him featured on ABC News!
What if everyone in your life knew what they meant to you? Ready to take one small step? Simply start by thanking one person you care about. Then visit https://mrthankyou.com/ to join the movement!
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