P90X Creator Tony Horton has plenty of thoughts on dealing with covid-19, staying consistent with your exercise & diet, and how to boost your immunity.
If you consistently fail to achieve your goals, the problem isn’t you, the problem is that you haven’t properly defined your purpose. Let P90X creator Tony Horton get you started.
I have no doubt that Eddy’s immense amount of positivity and as he calls it, “irrational optimism” will motivate you to take the first small steps towards something much bigger in your life.
Let’s have an honest discussion about whether or not being an asshole is a prerequisite for making your creative visions a reality.
Whether you have never meditated before, you dabble here and there, or you are on your way to being an ordained monk yourself, Cory’s simple methods of connecting to your own intuition and developing the inner strength it takes to follow that intuition will undoubtedly have a positive impact on both your career, the quality of your working relationships, and your life.
If you’ve ever felt as if a specific disability in your life has been sabotaging you from achieving the life you dream of, you’re going to love Erik’s advice on how to not only to accept your disability (and yes, we ALL have one) but how to turn it into your superpower.
Dr. De Mello’s expertise on how our gut impacts our physical, mental, and even emotional health will leave you with a better understanding of what’s really going on under the hood and provide you with practical, simple steps to start healing from the inside out.
Whether it’s simply getting into better physical shape so you have more mental & creative energy to kick ass at your job or training for your very first Spartan Race or Tough Mudder, the advice Evan shares in our conversation today is invaluable to anyone trying to level up their fitness goals, their career, or their entire life.
If you have ever felt stuck or you’re unsure of the right path for you, get ready to be inspired and motivated to take just one small step towards forward progress today. Whether you have run an obstacle course race or not (or if you could honestly care less about mud runs), the lessons Sean shares in this conversation apply to every aspect of life.
If you struggle to succeed due to the voices in your head or a dark past that overshadows your present, this episode will flip your mindset and give you a whole new perspective on how to approach your life.
I’ll be the first to admit, there’s a lot of baggage that comes with the term “Self-help.” Having spent the last 15+ years immersed in this world – first as a student and now as a coach (but still ALWAYS a student) – I’ve seen the best and worst that the “self-help” industry has to offer.
My conversation with Melissa Costello is centered around the feelings of doubt, confusion, and uncertainty that come with major transitions (imposter syndrome, anyone?). We discuss the tools, habits, strategies, and most importantly the mindsets we can use on ourselves to make sure we’re staying aligned to our values and true to our deeper why’s.
Imposter Syndrome Is Real. No matter how great our accomplishments, we more often focus on the negative. In fact we’re wired that way as a species.
As creative professionals, the pressure to come up with new ideas and be daring is stressful at best, and debilitating at worst. This pressure leads to limiting beliefs, imposter syndrome, and procrastination. And if it persists over long periods of time…even total burnout. What if there was a better approach to reinventing yourself, your work, and even your health & body image so you could fully tap into your limitless creativity?
Let’s be honest…is there anything that we as creative professionals hate more than networking? Wouldn’t it be awesome to just do awesome work all the time and the right people would just magically discover that we are in fact awesome?