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409: Building Accountability into Your Life

Whenever you are working on developing habits into your life, it’s easy to try to do it all on your own. Especially when you have tried to do it before and failed. You feel a sense of shame because of that failure, so you do it alone for two reasons: You don’t want others to…

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408: The Intersections of Life

We’ve all read different self-help or productivity books, and there are many that talk about a narrow section of a particular topic. I mentioned this as I started this season, and I’m interested in exploring what it could look like to take several of these books and start to put the concepts together to get…

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407: Building Healthy Habits into Your Life

We all operate at lot based on our habits – those things we do with little-to-no thinking. The problem is that we have many habits that don’t support good health. Formerly a software executive, life and weight-loss coach Elizabeth Sherman joins us on the podcast to share how to build healthy habits into your life….

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406: Music as Self-help

As we explore many areas relating to self-development and self-care, the topics I’m trying to focus most on relate to building habits, productivity, and health. While there is some strategy involved, these are things that can be more related to tactics – specific things to do or not do. There are other things that are…

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405: What is the Keto Diet?

2 weeks ago, we looked at what intermittent fasting is and how it can benefit. I also mentioned that it pairs well with the keto diet, which is what we are going to look at today. As a reminder, I am not a doctor or nutritionist – I’m just a guy trying to figure out…

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404: Overcoming Self-Doubt and Self-talk

Perhaps you have heard the terms: ”Inner Critics” “negative self-talk” “Impostor Syndrome” For many years, our guest today, Michelle Kuei, allowed negative beliefs to rule her life and keep her down. Her story is one of courage, determination, and vulnerability. But more importantly, it is about having the confidence to face fear in everyday life….

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403: What is Intermittent Fasting?

Today, I want to start looking at some aspects of health. I’m going to be sharing some things that I’m specifically working on implementing into my life and how it could be a solution for you. Now before I get into anything else, I do want to say that I am not a doctor or…

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402: Why Failure is the Greatest Teacher

We all face failure in our lives. Sometimes the failure shows up in small doses on a daily basis. Sometimes the failure is bigger and throws our lives into a tailspin. Stephen Somers joins us to talk about failure and how to apply it to our own lives. He shares his personal story about how…

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304: Identify Your Skills and Strengths

Everyone, especially someone trying to start a business, should know what they can and cannot do. This would be identifying your skills and strengths, as well as your weaknesses and anti-strengths (a weakness that you can use as a strength in certain circumstances). Equally, you should also know what you enjoy doing and what you…

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303: Saying “No” So You Can Say “Yes”

Why is saying “no” so hard? Some of us are people-pleasers, so we like saying “yes” to people. It makes us feel better when we help others (gives us that dopamine boost). Sometimes, we feel like we need a “small distraction” from our other responsibilities. And, honestly, sometimes we just want to have some fun…

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