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: Category: business
Oct 11, 2017

What kind of future would give YOU the greatest sense of pride, meaning and fulfillment?

We know that when we connect with our strengths, we perform at a much higher level. Yet, far too often, we look at what’s wrong, what’s broken and what’s missing as a way to solve our problems and find fulfillment in our lives.

What if instead, we looked at where we’ve been at our best—and then determined the factors that led to that success by asking better questions. Questions that would not only help us find deeper meaning in our own lives, but would create a shared sense of purpose in the lives of others.

That’s what you’re going to learn about today. In fact, we’re doing something a little different. We’re going to be replaying a recent conversation between Jon Berghoff and host of The Millionaire Mindcast podcast, Matty Aitchison. When I heard this discussion, I knew I had to share it with our community, as it’s loaded with insight!

Jon also reminds us that as a leader, you not only need to build the habit and practice of asking great questions, but you also have to build the habit of allowing yourself to not get attached to your first answer. Don’t be afraid to let your answers evolve!

Sep 20, 2017

Since 2003, Pete Vargas and his team have booked over 25,000 events that have generated more than $40 million in revenue—and reached tens of millions of people through the speakers and organizations they serve.

Pete is the Founder and CEO of Advance Your Reach, a company that helps speakers, authors, entrepreneurs and organizations find and book stages, so they can share their message and scale their expertise to the world.

In today's conversation, Pete explains why booking stages is one of the most powerful strategies to build your business. (Don't miss the video replay here)

Maybe you’re thinking “But Hal, I’m not a public speaker, does this really apply to me?”

YES! In fact, the principles Pete teaches can be applied to any situation where you have to connect with someone on a deeper level. He even explains how his techniques can help you create more engaging moments with your kids.

And for the seasoned “Road Warriors” out there—who hate being away from your family—Pete will explain why you only need 6-12 stages per year to grow your business!  

Ready to get access to Pete’s step-by-step process for sharing your message with the world and increasing your income and impact as a result?

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How he turned the challenges of growing up in a broken home into an opportunity to build his career—which has led to booking 25,000+ stages for businesses just like yours, all around the world!
  • The 4-step Story Braid Framework that will capture the attention of your audience and give them a reason to take action.
  • Find out why it’s critical to lead with your heart if you want people to listen to your message.
  • How to use vulnerability in a powerful way to connect with your audience, while still positioning yourself as the expert—Don’t forget, practice & preparation are still key!
  • The 5-step process to winning the stage of your dreams—Including a complete breakdown of the tools and techniques Pete uses to land stages like the White House.
  • Learn the 2 most important factors for fully leveraging the stage once you’ve won it!
  • And much more…

AYG TWEETABLE

''Once you open up someone's heart, their minds will listen.'' - Pete Vargas

EPISODE RESOURCES

CONNECT WITH HAL 

RATE & REVIEW THE PODCAST

Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are greatly appreciated and will allow us to get the word out about the show and grow as a community. We read every single review and believe each one goes a long way in helping us make the show even better! If you received value from this episode, please take a moment and rate and review the podcast by clicking here.

Jul 19, 2017

As many of you  know, shortly after I was diagnosed with cancer in November, my good friend and co-creator of the Best Year Ever Blueprint, Jon Berghoff, stepped up and has been leading the Achieve Your Goals podcast ever since so I can focus on healing. (THANK YOU!!)

Although cancer wasn’t my conscious choice, I do believe that I am 100% responsible for choosing how I respond to it. By choosing to accept what I can’t change, be grateful for all that I have, and finding/creating meaning & purpose from what might otherwise be a negative experience, I’m finding once again that every adversity holds within it a profound, life-transforming advantage.

This mindset applies to all of us. We all face adversity, and it is up to us to decide what meaning we give to it, and what purpose it serves for ourselves, our loved ones, and the greater good.

That’s what this 2 part dialogue between Jon and myself is going to cover. It’s not about what’s going wrong, but rather, actively asking ourselves what we can learn from these experiences and how we can use them to our advantage.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • The “Can’t Change It” mantra that will help you turn any adversity into purpose that serves the world.
  • Learn the powerful daily affirmation that gives Hal direction when the meaning isn’t clear.
  • How to win in business & life by throwing out the “master plan” and focusing on adding value.
  • Why overnight success is a myth! Jon and Hal recount the failed businesses that led to their “overnight success.”
  • Hear about Hal’s risky heart procedure, holistic Cancer treatments vs. Chemotherapy, and how he’s detoxifying his body with… wait for it… coffee enema’s!
  • Hal reveals his most profound realization since being diagnosed with Cancer and how it’s helping him win the fight!

AYG TWEETABLE   

''Adversity doesn’t hurt you, it serves you.'' - Hal Elrod

EPISODE RESOURCES

CONNECT WITH US

 RATE & REVIEW THE PODCAST

Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are greatly appreciated and will allow us to get the word out about the show and grow as a community. We read every single review and believe each one goes a long way in helping us make the show even better! If you received value from this episode, please take a moment and rate and review the podcast by clicking here.

 

Jul 12, 2017

As humans, we naturally gravitate towards this idea of finding our purpose, yet most of us struggle to answer the question ''Why do I do what I do?''

The good news, is that we have the freedom to answer that question however we want. In other words, purpose is a choice and nobody can stop you from defining it.

Today, we’re releasing Jon Berghoff’s discussion with Performance Coach, Andy Storch on The Entrepreneur Hot Seat podcast. After listening, you’ll walk away with a better sense for what purpose really means to you and how it can be used to fuel your success and exponentially transform the world around you.

This is a super insightful conversation that hits on a number of topics. From effective leadership, to the power of strength based questions, and understanding what makes any human system (group, team, community) come alive and perform better than ever before.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Find out what Jon’s most influential mentors taught him about sales, leadership, negotiating, decision making, and building world-class organizations.
  • Learn what it takes to become a great leader!
  • Why it’s critical for entrepreneurs to pay attention to the macro economic changes that are impacting the world.
  • Why do you do what you do? Jon dives deep and helps you better understand what it really means to find your purpose.
  • The smartest way to create solutions to any type of problem!

AYG TWEETABLE

''Purpose is not what I do for work, it’s how I show up." - Jon Berghoff

EPISODE RESOURCES

CONNECT WITH HAL 

RATE & REVIEW THE PODCAST

Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are greatly appreciated and will allow us to get the word out about the show and grow as a community. We read every single review and believe each one goes a long way in helping us make the show even better! If you received value from this episode, please take a moment and rate and review the podcast by clicking here.

 
Jun 28, 2017

Your entire life is made up of countless moments, and each one carries an opportunity to experience joy, fulfill your sense of purpose, and make a difference. That is the art of moment making!

What if there was a way for you to recognize and create more of these moments, not only in your life, but in the lives of those who matter the most? That’s what today’s conversation is all about.

During this conversation, Jon Berghoff and Jon Vroman invite you to participate in their upcoming event, The Front Row Summit, which is happening July 24-26, inside Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This is a 3-day, in-person event, limited to an intimate group of 50 individuals. You can learn more and apply by clicking here.

This event is a great opportunity for anybody who wants to find deeper purpose and transform their life through the art of moment making. Whether you’re a parent, an entrepreneur, or someone who just wants to make the most of every moment, this event was made for you.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What is a moment maker and why does it matter?
  • How do micro moments lead to macro movements?
  • What to expect at the The Front Row Summit, including reconnecting with nature, finding your purpose and the future of leadership!
  • Why nothing is impossible when you can master the art of asking great questions.
  • Stories that demonstrate the power of capturing front row moments.
  • Want to hang out with Jon & Jon at the Front Row Summit? Apply here!  

AYG TWEETABLE

''The way you show up in the world, is one moment at a time.'' - Jon Vroman

EPISODE RESOURCES

CONNECT WITH JON VROMAN

CONNECT WITH HAL 

RATE & REVIEW THE PODCAST

Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are greatly appreciated and will allow us to get the word out about the show and grow as a community. We read every single review and believe each one goes a long way in helping us make the show even better! If you received value from this episode, please take a moment and rate and review the podcast by clicking here.

Jun 7, 2017

As a result of her investigations, she’s made beer healthier, exposed sweatshops in the shoe and soccer industries, uncovered pediatric dental abuses, and succeeded in banning dangerous products.

Roberta Baskin is a recovering investigative journalist, whose extensive broadcast experience reporting on corporate misconduct quickly earned her the nickname “Bad News Baskin.”

After reevaluating her purpose as a journalist, she decided to set out on a radical new career path, to find and showcase “good companies” across the globe.

Today, she’s wildly enthusiastic about promoting socially responsible, innovative businesses, that are positively impacting the world.

During this eye-opening discussion, Jon Berghoff digs into Roberta’s uplifting story. You’ll find out why she completely changed the trajectory of her career, from investigative journalism, to the AIM2Flourish initiative that’s inspiring entrepreneurs and innovators to achieve global goals together.

You’ll also get to hear all about the Fourth Global Forum Conference which is taking place June 14-16, in Cleveland, OH. The conference is held once every three years and is being facilitated by Jon Berghoff! Business leaders from over 40 countries will come together under one roof, to discover, dream and design solutions for global issues and high priority initiatives. Find out how you can participate by clicking here.

As a an appreciative inquiry leader, Jon believes this may be one of the most important conversations for anyone who wants to elevate their purpose and find deeper fulfillment and meaning in life.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • [03:14] Roberta shares scandalous stories and the dark side of investigative journalism that earned her the nickname “Bad News Baskin.”
  • [08:51] How to fuel your success when you’re repeatedly told “No!”
  • [09:53] The art of the follow up and being tenacious about uncovering the truth.
  • [11:37] Find out how AIM2Flourish is inspiring entrepreneurs and innovators to tap into a 12 trillion dollar opportunity to solve 17 of the world’s toughest challenges.
  • [26:09] Roberta shares some of the innovative global solutions being uncovered through AIM2Flourish, including how one company’s simple idea is helping iron deficient Cambodian families get 90% of their daily iron intake!   
  • [33:35] The power of media and how “restorative narratives” are creating meaningful, positive change in the world.

AYG TWEETABLE

''How can we think about telling stories that are more solutions based and uplifting?” - Roberta Baskin

EPISODE RESOURCES

CONNECT WITH TIM ROBERTA BASKIN

CONNECT WITH HAL 

RATE & REVIEW THE PODCAST

Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are greatly appreciated and will allow us to get the word out about the show and grow as a community. We read every single review and believe each one goes a long way in helping us make the show even better! If you received value from this episode, please take a moment and rate and review the podcast by clicking here.

1