Beyond Chris’ detailed explanation, we dive deep into how you can use the principles of the Hero’s Journey to both understand and change the story of your own life.
As both Matt and Matthew share here, so much of your potential success comes down to your mindset as well as your ability to do proper cold outreach.
Laura shares simple ways in which we can use time tracking and habit formation not only to “get more done” but to make sure we aren’t missing our lives as we strive to reach our goals.
This conversation has a refreshingly different agenda: re-defining what it means to be “productive” and exploring the ways in which we can maintain momentum towards – and reach – our personal and professional goals while remaining balanced.
I’ve boiled down the countless lessons I’ve learned over the years to 11 foundational mindsets that you can apply to design your dream life.
In this episode, Optimize Yourself Podcast Producer, Debby Germino, puts me on the hot seat by digging deep into my story of creating the podcast, the coaching & mentorship program, and all of the personal and professional struggles I’ve experienced along the way.
Your mindset about the work that you do (and WHY you do it) has more impact on the level of fulfillment you feel at the end of each day than your actual career itself.
We tend to overestimate the power outside circumstances have on reaching (or not reaching) our personal and professional goals while underestimating the power we have within ourselves to achieve them.
“Productivity” is a word that has achieved cult-like status. It’s time to reevaluate what this word means to us.
Tony Horton, legendary creator of P90X, is this week’s featured podcast interview for our TOP 5 episodes series.
Ralph and I dive deep into his life, his successes, and his failures along the way far beyond just his role as Daniel LaRusso in The Karate Kid and Cobra Kai.
In today’s conversation with Chris, he and I discuss perhaps the most important key mindset to learning, growing, and succeeding whether you are a craftsperson or entrepreneur – “The Beginner’s Mind.”
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.
Leading by example is not a business strategy or something you do when you feel like it…you never know who’s watching you, so it needs to be a way of life.
One wonderful side effect of our chat is that Steven Steven is showing us all how we can redefine success, failure, love, and life.