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Mar 3, 2021

A few weeks ago, John Lee Dumas and I had a conversation about his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Roadmap to Financial Freedom and Fulfillment, and we’ve both been blown away by the response. I got a huge number of comments, emails, and responses, and John got more emails after our podcast than any other he’s ever recorded.

One of the questions I was asked was simply, “What are the 17 steps to uncommon success?” With John’s book still weeks away from release, I asked him if he’d be willing to pull back the curtain and share ALL of these steps with the Miracle Morning Community - and he was gracious enough to say, “Yes, let’s do it!”

Today, John returns to the podcast for the second time in less than 30 days—something I’ve never done before—to share all 17 steps to uncommon success, with my added insights and commentary.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How a single quote (from Albert Einstein) transformed John Lee Dumas’ life more between the ages of 32 and 41 than he did in his first three decades on Earth.
  • The life-changing power of the ripple effect.
  • John’s 17 steps to achieve Uncommon Success (taken from 3,000+ interviews). 
  • How John was able to get the BEST person to interview for each step. 
  • How you can apply each step to create your own path to uncommon success. 
  • And much more…

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Feb 24, 2021

Today, you’re in for a treat! This episode is quite a bit different than our usual format, but I promise it’s packed with a ton of value. It’s actually a replay taken from a 2-hour Clubhouse welcome party that I did for The Miracle Morning Community. 

In case you’re not familiar with Clubhouse, it’s basically an audio-only chatting app where individuals can host and join different conversations. It’s sort of like a live podcast, except the major difference is that the audience is able to raise their hand and be invited onto a virtual stage to interact and participate with the speakers. 

A few weeks ago, my friend Gary Henderson offered to host a welcome party as a way for me to connect and communicate with people in our community and beyond. During this 2-hour session, you’ll hear an interview between me and a group of carefully selected moderators. We then shift gears and open up the dialogue to a Q&A format so people listening could join in. 

We touch on A LOT of Miracle Morning related topics, but in a way that you’ve never experienced before. The beauty of Clubhouse is that it’s not just a one-way discussion. I’m getting questions in real-time that people are struggling with, and through this platform, we get to work out the answers together.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What does it mean to elevate our consciousness and how does that collectively elevate the consciousness of humanity?
  • How to take control of your inner world. What happens on the outside doesn’t have to dictate what happens on the inside! 
  • Why every challenge we face is an opportunity to help other people ease their suffering. 
  • Why your resistance to reality is the cause of all of your emotional pain and suffering - and what you can do instead to overcome life’s biggest challenges. 
  • Stories from the most difficult moments of my life, including my recent struggle with depression and losing my will to live. 
  • Why our dependence on smartphones is detrimental to our mental and emotional well being - and where I believe we should be focusing our attention instead! 
  • How to transform your state of mind at ANY moment, using Emotional Optimization Meditation.
  • 3 steps you can use to create real results with your affirmations and visualizations - and the 2 biggest reasons why most affirmations never come true. 
  • How I use the S.A.V.E.R.S to optimize my own mental and emotional well being. 
  • Q&A with a ton of Clubhouse listeners!

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Feb 17, 2021

We can all see struggle and hardship in the world, and we all want to make a difference. But how do we get our ideas off the ground and give back in authentic, effective ways?

Autumn Strier had a grand vision to help families in need, and she now lives in service of that vision every day. She’s the founder and CEO of Miracles for Kids, an organization I discovered a few months back and immediately started supporting. They help families with critically ill children fight bankruptcy, homelessness, hunger and depression, giving them the resources and strength they need to fight for their kids’ lives. 

Thanks to you and everyone who supported The Miracle Morning Movie, we donated $9,200 from the ticket sales, and committed to donate an additional $1,000 per month, every month.

Today, Autumn and I are talking about how the kindness and generosity of others can help people build the lives they want, what happens when you get over self-doubt and believe in yourself, and the powerful ripple effect that you can create when you discover how you can best give back.

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How being on the receiving end of charity as a child and working since the age of 10 inspired Autumn to give back as she grew up.
  • How Autumn turned a family friend’s unused employee contribution fund and tax I.D. letter into a thriving nonprofit despite already having a full-time job, a traveling husband, a two-year-old, and a baby weeks away from being born with a critical illness. 
  • Why people considering starting charities should look for a unique angle and be ready to pivot - just like if you’re launching a business.
  • What Miracles For Kids is doing to help families during the pandemic - and how you can support this wonderful organization.

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Feb 10, 2021

There’s no way around it: we all live in a society where we have to earn money in order to pay for the things we need. However, that doesn’t mean that the money we earn has to be directly linked to our time, or that we have to spend our lives doing things we don’t enjoy in order to provide for ourselves and those we love. 

John Lee Dumas knows this very well. On his award-winning podcast Entrepreneurs On Fire, which has over 100,000,000 listens, he’s interviewed more than 2,700 of the world’s most successful leaders in business. In his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success, he takes what he’s learned from those 2,700 interviews and lays out a proven 17-step roadmap to help his readers achieve financial security, freedom and fulfillment.

In our conversation today, John and I talk about how he was able to overcome PTSD in order to build a multi-million dollar business, how his 17-step system is helping people to achieve their goals, and why it’s time to stop being uncomfortable when it comes to talking about money.

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How John found his footing as he confronted PTSD, professional failure, and depression after serving in the US military.
  • Why every single highly successful entrepreneur has followed John’s 17 steps, whether they know it or not. 
  • How to find your big idea, discover your niche, and create a solid content production plan.
  • How building the financial life you want gives you the freedom and power to give back to the people and organizations you care about the most.

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Feb 3, 2021

A lot of us want more time, more money, and more freedom, but we don’t know how to make it happen. We don’t know what steps to take, what we need to do, or how to get started.

This is why Ray Higdon’s message spoke to me, and I’m pleased to say that today’s podcast exceeded my expectations. Ray is the author of the new book, Time, Money, Freedom: 10 Simple Rules to Redefine What’s Possible and Radically Reshape Your Life. In it, he and his wife Jessica share how they achieved personal and financial independence - and give their readers a step-by-step process to build confidence and take control of their lives.

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • Ray’s childhood story of overcoming an abusive relationship with his stepmother.
  • Why Ray decided to write the book, Time, Money, Freedom.
  • Why anyone can create a great life despite a bad past.
  • How your hardships can inspire others and positively impact the world.
  • The concept of “plucking your weeds” - identifying and changing areas of your life that are incongruent with your values. 
  • Why more money = more good! 
  • The power of vulnerability - and why sharing your story is the inspiration others need! 
  • Why success shouldn’t be associated with monetary gains or status - and a much better way to measure it.
  • Having a WHY that makes you cry and the secret to making real progress towards it.

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Jan 27, 2021

No matter who you are or what you do for a living, your personal brand matters. It affects how you’re perceived by others, the doors that open for you, and your influence in the world, both on and offline.

Today, Rory Vaden returns to the podcast to talk with us about what personal branding is, why it matters, and the six questions you can use to uncover that ONE thing to be known for! 

Rory is the bestselling author of Procrastinate on Purpose and Take the Stairs, his insights have been featured across major media outlets, his TEDx Talk has over 3 million views, and he’s been called one of the top 100 speakers in the world by Inc. 

He also co-founded Brand Builders Group, where he teaches mission-driven messengers and heart-led leaders to build more meaningful influence, impact, and income through personal development training and personal branding strategies.

Today, you’ll learn the 6 question to clarify your personal brand:

  • Question 1: In one word, what problem do I solve?
  • Question 2: What am I passionate about? 
  • Question 3: What do I research? 
  • Question 4: What do I have results in? 
  • Question 5: What business am I in? 
  • Question 6: What would people be willing to buy?

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Jan 20, 2021

What are your financial goals for 2021? Entering into the New Year, we often talk about transforming our health, our relationships, and our careers - but what about our finances? I don’t know about you, but I’ve been guilty of making mistakes when it comes to setting goals for income, savings, and wealth creation. Fortunately, there’s no better time to change than now. 

Joining me today to talk about this is Robert Gonzalez. Robert is the founder and CEO of MyBooks.PRO, a profitability and bookkeeping company that works with individuals and entrepreneurs. I’ve known Robert for fifteen years, and I was his coach back in 2009 – helping him with leadership and business strategies. Now, our roles have been reversed, as I coach with him – specifically on my finances. 

In this episode, Robert and I are talking about how to track your fin

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The common mistakes that people make when it comes to their finances.
  • The difference between using QuickBooks and working with a financial coach.
  • What makes financial goals not that different from the other goals we set for ourselves each year - and how to hold yourself to them, even if you have variable income.
  • Tools you can use to create automatic savings and solve your budget problems.
  • The four stages of financial freedom.

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Jan 13, 2021

I’m not sure if our world has ever been this divided. From my vantage point, I’ve never seen so much judgement, condemnation, hatred, and vitriol toward one another, especially between people of different belief systems. 

The reality is that we’re all human beings. We’re all part of the human family, and no matter how our beliefs might differ from one another, we’re all a lot more alike than we are different. We all want to be happy, to be healthy, to have freedom, to feel safe, and to feel respected.

Inspired by a Facebook Live session I did last week, today’s episode is about the consequences of judging and condemning others, the power of unconditional love (and why it’s not the same thing as tolerating harmful or abusive behavior), and how this radical gesture has the power to help us heal the world.

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The consequences of judging others based on your own life experiences.
  • Why human beings have so much more in common than we do differences.
  • How unconditional love can heal the world, beginning with healing yourself. 
  • How do you love someone who has wronged you? 
  • Trading in your judgement for empathy.
  • The difference between blame and responsibility. 
  • What it means to be part of a human family.
  • Why putting labels on people makes it impossible to appreciate, respect, or love them.

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Jan 12, 2021

What does it mean to achieve financial freedom? Is it being able to provide for our families and not worry about making our next rent or mortgage payment? Is it having sources of passive income that pay the bills whether you work or not ? Is it the ability to focus solely on what you want to do in life, as opposed to what you need to do?

If you’re Justin Donald, it’s all of the above. In addition to being a personal friend of mine for over a decade, Justin is the author of the new book, The Lifestyle Investor: The 10 Commandments of Cash Flow Investing for Passive Income and Financial Freedom, where he introduces readers to a paradigm-shifting mindset when it comes to earning money. He empowers people to stop thinking that money can only come from stress, toil, and time, and shares strategies and principles designed to create real, tangible passive cash flow streams.

If you value building, growing, and protecting your wealth, today’s episode is for you. Justin isn’t just sharing his philosophy when it comes to money, but real-world advice that you can immediately implement to improve your financial situation.

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How lifestyle investing uses money as a vehicle for freedom.
  • The steps Justin took while working full-time to create passive income streams.
  • How Justin chooses and structures investments to maximize returns and minimize risk.
  • Why anyone can become a lifestyle investor.
  • The traditional investment advice that Justin finds risky.

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Jan 6, 2021

For every single one of us, 2020 was a year unlike any other in history. For many, it was arguably the most difficult year of their lives. For some, it was a great year. My question for all of us to consider is, what determines whether a year is good or bad? 

On last week’s podcast, I shared an unconventional approach to making 2021 your best year yet. I talked about why having a good year or a bad year has less to do with your results and more to do with how you choose to show up and experience each day. In other words, if you commit to show up at your best each day, regardless of your results, wouldn’t that be the recipe to creating your best year ever?

Well, this week, we’re focusing on more of the tangible side of things — the specific goals and measurable outcomes that you want to achieve in your life.

You’re going to hear how to apply the Miracle Equation to your life in 2021, in order to move your biggest goals from possible, to probable, to inevitable and to create results beyond what you’ve ever imagined possible.

Today, you’ll learn the 5-steps to Achieve Your Biggest Goals and Dreams:

  • Step 1: Accept and Love Your Life Unconditionally
  • Step 2: Redefine the Purpose of Your Goals
  • Step 3: Maintain Unwavering Faith
  • Step 4: Put Forth Extraordinary Effort
  • Step 5: Maintain the Miracle Equation Until the Last Possible Moment


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Dec 30, 2020

What a year 2020 has been for all of us. No one could have predicted what was to come, and while I’ve heard from people that this was either their best or worst year ever, almost all of us have faced unprecedented challenges, adversity, and even opportunities along the way.

As we leave this year behind, on today’s podcast I’m inviting you to consider entering into 2021 with an unconventional paradigm—that creating the best year of your life has less to do with what you accomplish (your results) or what happens to/for you (your circumstance), and everything to do with how you choose to show up and experience each day. 

I’m also going to give you some strategies that you can immediately begin implementing to make 2021 your best year yet.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Why having a good year or a bad year has less to do with your results and more to do with how you show up every day.
  • How a difficult year (see 2020) can give you everything you need to become the person that you need to be to create everything else you want in life. 
  • How to get clarity and set goals in eight different areas.
  • The value of unwavering faith and resilience. 
  • The power of support and accountability networks - and how to find (or create) one.

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Dec 23, 2020

Today’s episode is a continuation from last week’s Freedom From Fear (Part 1). If you missed that episode, I highly recommend you click here to go back and listen to it before digging into this one. I talked about what fear is and why it is natural, what causes both conscious and unconscious fears, how fear can become incredibly destructive to your mental and emotional well-being as well as your goals, and how you can begin to gain control of your fears and experience true freedom.  

This week, we’re exploring what happens when you live in a perpetual state of fear - and why you don’t have to. You’ll learn how fear can make you a better person, practices you can use to overcome emotional states that are holding you back, and what you can do to live a life of joy and gratitude.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Why fear disappears when you actually encounter the things you were afraid of for so long. 
  • Why you can’t just snap your fingers and get over your fears. 
  • How to use two affirmations to replace fear with unwavering faith – even in the face of the things you fear the most.  
  • Three (3) strategies you can use when you experience fear. 
  • How to cater emotional optimization meditation (EOM) as a part of your daily practice for transcending fear.

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Dec 16, 2020

We’re all afraid of different things. It’s a natural part of the human experience. In fact, fear is what helps to protect us. However, fear can also become destructive and detrimental to our mental, emotional, and physical well-being. 

Right now, there’s a global collective fear of the unknown like never before, as well as our individual fears (both conscious and unconscious) that we each need to examine, understand, and free ourselves from.

Today’s episode is the first in a two-part series. We’re going to talk about what fear really is, what causes it, how it affects us, and how you can break free from fear.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • The difference between “unconscious” fears and “conscious” fears. 
  • What exactly fear is, when it serves us, and when it doesn’t. 
  • Why fear is a self-created, intangible illusion - and how to use self-love and thinking from a place of power to transcend it. 
  • Why it’s not possible to be “fearless” but it is to fear less - and how to take a 20,000 foot view to understand and use your fears to your advantage.
  • How to avoid spending unnecessarily time in the fear state, even as you face intense challenges, trauma, and setbacks.

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Dec 9, 2020

Have you ever had the opportunity to talk with a true master in the realms of mindfulness and meditation? Over the years, I’ve read books and learned from various experts, but none with today’s level of mastery. 

Today’s guest, Shinzen Young, has practiced and taught meditation for over 50 years and is considered to be a true master. He is the co-director of the SEMA (Sonication-Enhanced Mindfulness Acquisition) Lab doing neuroscience research at the University of Arizona, and author of one of the most practical books I’ve ever read on the subject: The Science of Enlightenment: How Meditation Works.

In a conversation I’ve been looking forward to for a long time, Shinzen and I dive deep into what makes a mindfulness practice so valuable, overcoming limiting beliefs and setbacks, and what you should do to make your next practice even better.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How to develop the fundamental attention skills that allow us to succeed not just in meditation, but in life.
  • Why it’s so important to establish and maintain goals to have an effective, meaningful, lifelong meditation practice.
  • Why meditation is not the whole story for human happiness - and the negative effects it can have on people. 
  • What happened when Shinzen procrastinated and had to return an advance to a major publisher after failing to deliver his first book. 
  • Why Shinzen recommends you do more of what you’re already doing in your mindfulness practice - and do it better.

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Dec 2, 2020

Creating the life that you desire is a daily endeavor. It’s done by stringing together intentional, productive, meaningful days, one day at a time. And one of the best ways to do that is to use strategic questions to direct your focus and actions in order to optimize each day of your life.

Last week I sent you an email titled “ONE question to help you experience your most meaningful Thanksgiving ever.” Well, I’ve since pondered the value of applying that ONE question—not just on holidays—but EVERY single day, in order to create the most meaningful LIFE possible.

So, for today’s podcast, I’m exploring how asking, answering, and applying ONE question can help you to create and experience the life you desire, day-after-day-after-day, every single day, for years to come.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Why it’s so important to be intentional about how you show up every day.
  • My Top 5 answers to this ONE question.
  • The power of being at peace with the things you can’t change - and why we can always choose between inner peace and inner turmoil.
  • The difference between intellectual gratitude and heartfelt, earth-shattering gratitude.
  • Why you sometimes have to believe in the belief someone else has in you until your own belief catches up.

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Nov 25, 2020

Do you have a clear vision for what the next 10 years of your life will be like? If not, would you like my help creating one? If you have one, do you think it would be beneficial to revisit it?

Last week, I came across a journal entry I wrote back in 2016. It was titled “The Miracle Morning Movement 10 Year Vision.” When I reread it, I was inspired by some of the possibilities, amazed to realize how much of it had already come true, and reminded that we can all benefit from creating and maintaining a 10-year vision that drives our behavior each day.  

I want you to be able to look back on this moment and say to yourself, “I did it. I got clear on the life I was committed to creating, what I needed to do, who I needed to become to create the most fulfilling life I could imagine, and I made it happen.”

Today, Shawn joins me to talk about the astounding problems with our healthcare system, the importance of diet and exercise in illness prevention, and the major cultural changes that need to happen to help us become a healthier society.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  1. First, you’re going to hear a detailed example of a 10-year vision to show you what it looks like when things come to fruition.
  2. Then we’re going to explore why creating a 10-year vision is worth your time.
  3. Finally, you’re going to learn a step-by-step process you can use to create a 10-year vision of your own.

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Nov 18, 2020

When I was younger, I made a decision about my diet that forever changed my life: I will value the impact that food has on my body above the taste. At first, nothing changed overnight, but that decision gradually became my guiding principle so much so that I rarely put anything in my body that doesn’t add value to my health and energy.

When it comes to our health, and building our immunity to avoid viruses, disease, and illness, what we eat is arguably the single most important decision we can make. This year has made it more obvious than ever that the United States is the sickest nation in human history, and many people are being drastically affected by preventable illnesses.

However, with all this instability comes an incredible opportunity to change. Researcher and bestselling author, Shawn Stevenson—who joined me on the podcast previously to talk about his book Sleep Smarter—has just released his new book, Eat Smarter: Use the Power of Food to Reboot Your Metabolism, Upgrade Your Brain, and Transform Your Life.

Today, Shawn joins me to talk about the astounding problems with our healthcare system, the importance of diet and exercise in illness prevention, and the major cultural changes that need to happen to help us become a healthier society.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • The major underlying issues affecting the health of so many people right now that aren’t being discussed - and what we can do about it.
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the effects of years of ignoring chronic illness.
  • How stress and uncertainty make us physically sicker by suppressing immune function.
  • How to improve and optimize your gut bacteria and the other microorganisms that inhabit your body.

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Nov 11, 2020

When you hear the word freedom, what do you think about? Today I’m talking about how we can all achieve what I consider to be the ultimate freedom or specifically “inner freedom” – the ability to choose how you experience every aspect of your life in each moment. 

When we have inner freedom, we are in control of our inner world and our experience of life, no matter what’s going on. You have the ability to choose your experience of every aspect of your life, including how you experience other people. If you can attain inner freedom, you win. It doesn’t matter what’s going on in your life, in your bank account, at work, in the government, or in how other people show up—you’re in control. 

Today, I want to talk about how to achieve such a state of inner freedom, even during the most difficult times. You’ll learn why worrying is usually an unnecessary use of our energy, how to transcend inner turmoil, and experience life exactly as you choose.

 

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Nov 4, 2020

I think you’re going to love today’s podcast episode!  Maybe I’m a little biased, but I really had a blast with this one. :^D 

It’s a “behind the scenes” conversation from last week, between me and The Miracle Morning Movie team – Director (Nick Conedera) and Producer (Theresa Laurico) – on what it took to make this film. 

How do you make a documentary? How do you take an idea, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing, and turn it into a full-length feature film for an audience of millions? 

I’ve spent the last several years trying to answer these questions as I’ve worked on the Miracle Morning Movie. Nick and Theresa have provided me with invaluable guidance and support on this journey. They are some of my closest friends, a big part of my life, and advocates of the Miracle Morning mission and movement – and they helped inspire this incredible vision and turn it into a reality.

Today, you’ll learn the story behind the Miracle Morning Movie, how we built a powerful network of people all over the world to contribute to the film, and the many challenges, delays, and complications we all faced along the way.

 

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Oct 28, 2020

With the world premiere of The Miracle Morning Movie approaching, I’ve been reflecting a lot on how TMM Movement has evolved over the past 12 years. What began as my little morning routine that I shared in a book, has since evolved into an international community and a worldwide movement. It’s had an astounding impact on millions of people as individuals and collectively, one person and one morning at a time. 

The Miracle Morning enables each of us to go out into the world as the best version of ourselves. It gives us the power to impact every life we touch and has had an immeasurable ripple effect on the world around us. 

Today, I’m looking back at how the Miracle Morning has evolved. Whether you’ve been practicing the Miracle Morning for years or just joined the community recently, I’ll be sharing tons of behind-the-scenes stuff you’ve likely never heard before, exploring what it really means to elevate the consciousness of humanity, and diving deep into just what makes this practice so transformative and powerful.

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Oct 21, 2020

This is truly one of my favorite interviews I’ve ever done. I’ve been a fan of John Assaraf for over a decade. Like millions of people did, I discovered him through his appearance in the 500-million+ copy selling documentary, The Secret

John is also a NY Times bestselling author and the founder of NeuroGym, where he helps equip people with the tools to repattern, rescript, and reshape their subconscious patterns. 

Today, John joins the podcast to talk about the neuroscience beneath goal achievement, how thoughts lead to behavior that generates results, and the “innercises” you can start doing now to figure out how to start forging a path forward, eliminate obstacles, and create a clear path to your goals.

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Oct 14, 2020

We all struggle. It’s part of life. Whether our struggle is due to a lack of clarity, a lack of confidence, feeling overwhelmed, stressed, frustrated or something else – struggle is an almost inevitable part of being human.  

So, how do we proceed to pursue and achieve our goals in the midst of the struggle? Whether your struggle is mental, emotional, physical, logistical, financial—or all of the above—you may find yourself asking, “What’s the most important thing for me to I do right now? Do I have what it takes? How can I pull this off?”

I’ve been experiencing all of the above as I’m working to launch The Miracle Morning Movie world premiere on 12/12/2020. When I sat down to record this podcast, I was feeling overwhelmed and frustrated, and this episode was born from my own attempt to transcend the struggles that I’m facing right now. 

Today, I want to help you understand what you’re struggling with, find clarity, and take on the challenges you need to face in order to succeed and achieve your goals.

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Oct 7, 2020

Most of us have important goals that we’d like to achieve. However, it can be challenging to keep our process for setting and achieving goals focused, strategic, and disciplined — especially when we feel overwhelmed. 

To help us get back on track, I’ve turned to my good friend, Geoff Woods, who is arguably one of the most qualified experts I’ve ever encountered when it comes to maintaining an effective process for setting and achieving goals. Geoff is the Vice President of The ONE Thing, host of The ONE Thing podcast, and he’s on a mission to help people better use their time for achieving extraordinary results. 

Today, Geoff joins the podcast to talk about the big mistakes people make when setting goals, how to apply proven principles to your goal setting, and how to shift your mindset to solve problems and grow as a human being, partner, and leader.

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Sep 30, 2020

What exactly is intuition? How can we know the difference between the self-limiting voice in our head and our highest truth? Is there a source of infinite wisdom that is available to us at all times, and if so, how do we access it consistently?

To help me answer these questions, I’ve reached out to Julie Reisler. Julie is one of the most intuitive people I know. She is an intuition coach, multiple time TEDx speaker, author of Get a PhD in You, and host of the You-est You podcast. Her powerful, life changing process has helped countless individuals transform their lives for the better and access their truest selves.

Today, Julie returns to the podcast to help define what exactly intuition is, how to listen for it, and how to cultivate an intuition practice of your own.

 

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Sep 23, 2020

Between our ongoing commitments to work, family, and our seemingly never-ending list of obligations, it isn’t always easy to take care of ourselves. Especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have felt at times like life is spiraling out of control. 

Thus, we could each benefit from a gentle reminder that we are all human and there are things we can do, each day, to regain control of our lives. Today, that reminder comes from Robyn Conley Downs. Robyn has been named one of “the most influential women in wellness” and is the author of The Feel Good Effect

After her daughter was born, and she struggled to keep up with the insane pace of a 60-hour-a-week job and a full-time doctoral program immediately, she developed the mindset and strategies to help herself get out of that place and focus on what really matters. 

For this episode, Robyn joins the podcast to talk about the importance of mindset and mindfulness, and breaks down her four-step process to transform your mindset and create healthy, lasting habits to help you bring the Feel Good Effect into your own life.  

 

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