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The ONE Thing

I wasn’t really paying attention, but we actually passed the 100 episode mark for this podcast a few episodes ago! That includes the episodes when this podcast was Quality Living Made Simple. I started this podcast back in February of 2013, so it took 3 1/2 years to get to 100. Obviously, I’ve missed several…

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Success to Significance with Aaron Walker

Our guest this week is Aaron Walker. He has started several businesses throughout the years, but his current endeavor is “View from the Top.” Aaron shares some fantastic things, including: How he started is first business How he retired several times, the first time at age 27 How he recovered from a tragedy How he…

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Personal Growth to Reach Your Potential

Dan Black was on the podcast to talk about his book “The Leadership Mandate” back in episode 33. That was back when this podcast was Quality Living Made Simple. I’m actually going to replay that episode for you here in minute, but before I do, I wanted to let you know that Dan has written…

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Tom Schwab’s Entrepeneurial Journey

Today’s guest is Tom Schwab. After serving in the Navy and trying several industries, Tom started Interview Valet, a service that connects podcasters and guests.

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Advice for Fathers – Jason Pockrandt shares his burden for fathers

Jason Pockrandt joins us and shares his burden for fathers. Here’s Jason’s Tedx Talk: Here’s Jason’s book, “Father-Daughter Conversations”: http://joshuarivers.net/father-daughter Also, here is Jason’s previous interview on this podcast: 5 steps to personal transformation with Jason Pockrandt (#006)

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Who are you? – Dealing with lost identity

Who are you? Sometimes there are little things that can make a big difference. Sometimes, we need to delve into bigger questions. Throughout history, people have sought to answer several big questions: Who am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going? Why am I here? Philosophers in many different countries and religions…

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Mark Sieverkropp uses projects to lead to success

Mark Sieverkropp joins us to talk about how he uses projects to lead to greater success in his life. He has gone from a job he hated to self-employment – and loving it – all by using projects. It’s time to figure out what fits you! If there‚Äôs one thing I know about trying to…

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Mike Vardy tries to figure it out with the NOW year

Mike Vardy from Productivityist.com joins us and shares about the NOW Year. Daily MAPS Mode Action Projects Schedule The Modes (GREAT): General (admin, solo, marketing, etc.) Resource-based (e-mail, MS Word, Trello, etc.) Energy-based (high energy vs. low energy tasks) Activity-based (podcasting, writing, etc.) Time-based (5-min mode, 25-min mode, 60-min mode) Mike has offered some great…

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Incremental change in your life

Many people fear change. Some people may not say that they fear change, but they don’t like change. Why is this? What is it about change that people don’t like? What do they fear about it? I am not an expert in this field, but I see a three main reasons: We are creatures of…

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