How to Find the Golden Pearls in Your Life with Dr. Allen Lycka Setbacks happen for a reason. It changes not only the way we do things but also the way we perceive our situation. Failures allow us to think creatively and evaluate our lives. As many...
How to Define Success & Reconcile Business with Faith with TJ Kastning For some people, it is hard to reconcile money and business with their faith and biblical principles. People tend to allow their bank accounts, material possessions, and...
Finding Faith & Motivation Through History & Art with Chris Staron We all have our own set of beliefs. We anchor in faith for many reasons, and we draw purpose from the faith we believe in and practice. Today’s guest, Chris Staron, shares...
Experience teaches us a lot of lessons in life. Trials will always be present, but one roadblock is never a dead end. Through good and bad, it’s always important to remember that life is a matter of perspective. Thus, having a proper outlook would help us live life with less anxiety.
We are in a pandemic right now, and everyone is under pressure. Businesses are struggling as the world economy grinds to a halt. This period makes it even more important to learn how to navigate during a crisis scenario and turn around struggling companies to ensure they weather out the storm.
God gave us a mission: to preach the good news to the ends of the earth. As we face the greatest tribulation of our time, people need to hear His message now more than ever. Thus, our gift and calling must be clear to us so that we can do well and be a living testament to His grace.
We are living in unprecedented times when almost every aspect of our life seems to be going downhill. At some point, we will experience loss, frustration, desperation, and hopelessness. The good news is there is abundance at the end of it all. Having an abundance mindset empowers our health, business, and life.
Many of us believe we have a fixed personality and it affects all our actions and choices throughout our lifetime. This thinking, though true to an extent at present, limits our ability to define our future.
In this episode, organizational psychologist Benjamin Hardy talks about his books Willpower Doesn’t Work and Personality Is Not Permanent. He poses a challenge to the prevalent view that we are defined by our past and personality types. He introduces us to the concept of the “future self” and how it can guide us to grow and become better individuals.
Joe Sanok helps high achievers who want an amazing lifestyle to start, grow, and scale private practices and podcasts. Joe is a TEDx speaker, writer, and has the #1 podcast for private practices. He’s been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, and Entrepreneur on Fire..
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