In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have Dave Hollis who shares insights and tips on how to step up on yourself, in your family, and in your business during this pandemic, the right mindset must possess with, turning mistakes to opportunities and uncomfortable things into something comfortable, and gaining momentum on doing the things you don’t want to do!
Dave Hollis is an author, host of a top couple’s podcast –The Rise Together, motivational speaker, coach, and COO at The Hollis Co. Chasing dreams with his wife and CEO, the extraordinary 2x #1 NY Times Best-Selling author, motivational speaker, and world-changer, Rachel Hollis. The Hollis Company exists to arm people with the tools to make positive and lasting change. Creating media, products, inspiration, and community that challenge the audience to reach for a better version of themselves every day.
Also, Dave is a member of the Motion Picture Academy and has previously sat on an innovation board called Fandango Labs, on the board of Will Rogers Motion Pictures Pioneers, the board of foster care charity Austin Angels and the board of Pepperdine's Institute for Entertainment, Media and Culture.
Dave was born where achievement as a commodity was important for him. It’s his way of achieving the life and things he wanted. But he believes that people should reframe your relationships with failures. There is so much power in appreciating that you cannot take your business and your life to where you like it to be. You cannot grow as a leader or you cannot feel the sense of fulfillment you’d like on either level if you aren’t willing to put yourself in places where you can feel, learn from those failures, equip yourself with a new confidence that makes you a stronger leader or a stronger business. You’re going to learn where you could be better. It’s turning uncomfortable things into something comfortable and fruitful.
Moreover, one bad thing leads to a few good things. These good things stuck on top to change the way their business built their brand. Dave’s team had used breakdowns for future breakthroughs and attacking those gaps and optimizing themselves for better. When something holds you back to step up during this crisis, start with the story that you believed in but don’t forget to check if it’s credible. Put yourself into a mindset that you’re not alone to try new things. You’re not going to be alone pushing yourself into something that makes you uncomfortable. Do what you don’t want to do and make a breakthrough from that. With the new and unexpected things that come on your way just be agile and move faster.
We all struggle but it’s just the willingness, to be honest with our struggle we are able to afford the opportunity and gain empathy from the people. Take this time the inconvenience of the quarantine as the thing for us, use the time to think about what are the pieces of normal that are actually worth rushing back to. Give the gift of clarity of what things to focus on or need to let go of.
Currently, Dave and his team are taking the steps to meet the audience and bring the world-class conference in your living room (The Rise Conference). Doing a live stream event is the thing that their team swore not to do but now with this chaos, they would do the things that they don’t want to do to reach the audience and support the learning of the community they’re building on.
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