PLM 816 : Are You Wondering… "What Should I Do With My Life?” (How To Find Your Purpose)
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In this podcast, I talk about how to find your purpose in life. There comes a point in all of our lives where we ask ourselves the question, "Why am I here and what should I do with my life?" I want to help you identify and acknowledge your purpose so that you can start sharing your gifts with the world. If you're ready to create a purpose-driven business, take my FREE online business quiz: http://projectlifemastery.com/quiz

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes
Tiny Leaps, Big Changes
Gregg Clunis
625 - Why Smoking is Easier Than Working Out
In this episode, we look at why smoking is so much easier than working out.  Sponsor: http://andstillivote.org The Problem We all know the “right” things to do. If you want to lose weight, eat better and exercise. If you want to get out of debt, live below your means and save your money. If you want to improve your relationship, create lines of open communication with each other. Chances are if you have a goal for your life you are also FULLY aware of how to accomplish it. And even if you aren’t 100% positive on the exact formula, you at least know what direction to go in. And even more, let’s pretend that you have a goal and have absolutely no idea at all how to accomplish it. There are plenty of resources like this podcast, google, or books to help you out. My point is that we have absolutely no problem figuring out what to do to make progress. Digging Deeper Researchers over the years have come up with a reliable theory on how habits are formed. We’ve discussed this in past episodes but as a bit of a refresher, a habit requires 3 things in order to be created. First it needs a trigger, this is the external thing that your behavior is responding to. Second it needs a behavior, this is the core activity of the habit, finally it needs some kind of reward. Once the trigger happens, if we take the behavior our brains use a process called Myelination to reinforce the circuitry responsible. This allows the response to the initial trigger to become much faster. We essentially become more efficient in order to use less energy the next time. The Solution Honestly this is a difficult question to answer. There is no way to get results from the gym faster. There is no way to reduce the pleasures of engaging in bad habits. Since we can’t change this dynamic between good habits and bad habits there is really only one thing we can do. Accept that building good habits is going to suck. Like seriously suck. And it sucks for a reason, your brain wants there to be a clear reward from that activity. That’s how it tricks you into doing it. If you work out for long enough you will start to feel that reward in the release of neurochemicals. You’ll start to see that reward in your body. But you’ve gotta make it to that point before you can take advantage of it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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THE BRENDON SHOW
THE BRENDON SHOW
Brendon Burchard
How To Manage Negative Emotions
We've all experienced moments when we felt bored, disappointed, or less driven. So how do we deal with those negative emotions that directly affect our productivity and performance? In this episode, learn how to deal with negativity and cultivate your own positive energy. On your path to better control over your emotions, consider this: “What you express, you feel. Start expressing what you’re excited about in the future, and you’ll start feeling more positive now. Be careful about the energy you're putting out into the world, because it may be making you feel something you don't want to be feeling.” If you'd like to better manage your emotions, this episode is for you! Get our HPX Supplement HERE: hpxwellness.com Get your High Performance Planner HERE: highperformanceplanner.com/ For more visit: HPXLIFE.com For more training on high performance, at a deeper and more interactive level, join us in High Performance Monthly training program. It's my monthly subscription training program where I go LIVE every month, training you on a new topic or piece of research from High Performance Institute as well as providing LIVE coaching! If you like this, you'll LOVE that. Subscribe at https://Brendon.com/monthly Subscribe to my YouTube vlog. New episodes (almost) weekly. Join 2 million subscribers on my weekly newsletter, FOUR BREAKTHROUGHS. Get a free copy of my book High Performance Habits (I bought it for you, you just pay your shipping). Follow me on Instagram. ABOUT: Brendon Burchard is the world’s leading high performance coach and one of the most-watched, quoted and followed personal development trainers in history. He is also a #1 New York Times bestselling author and in the Top 100 Most Followed Public Figures on Facebook, with over 10 million fans across his pages. O, The Oprah Magazine, and Success Magazine have both named him one of the most influential leaders in personal growth and achievement. Brendon's videos have been viewed more than 200 million times, and 2 million students have completed his personal development online courses and video series. He's created 13 blockbuster online courses, including the most popular motivation, confidence, and habits online video courses of all time. For these results, Success Magazine featured him on its cover, and Oprah.com named him “one of the most successful online trainers in history.” A #1 New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and #1 USA Today best-selling author, his books include High Performance Habits, The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, The Millionaire Messenger, and Life’s Golden Ticket. Meet him at Brendon.com
30 min
Inspirational Living: Life Lessons for Success & Happiness
Inspirational Living: Life Lessons for Success & Happiness
The Living Hour
The Power of the Spoken Word | Public Speaking
Listen to episode 528 of the Inspirational Living Podcast: The Power of the Spoken Word. Edited and adapted from Personal Power by Keith J. Thomas. Visit today's sponsor Swanson Health at Swanson.com ( https://swanson.com ). And use coupon code LIVING20 for 20% off. *Inspirational Podcast Excerpt* : THE spoken word is the most powerful weapon you can command in your dealings with others. In conjunction with the eye, it conveys all your personal magnetism to the listener. The eye has a double use. It conveys impressions *to* the brain, and it conveys impressions *from* the brain. Both of these uses need cultivation. You probably have never thought about the importance of your eyes in conversation, but if you are to make full use of your mental powers, it is quite necessary to do so. You need to cultivate a concentration of gaze, but not quite in the sense that a hypnotist does. I have heard people complain of others who gazed at them so fixedly that it made them feel uncomfortable. Do not be like that, or you will lose all the persuasive effect you want to create. Get into the habit of looking straight at the person you are addressing, so that they can feel that they have your whole interest and attention. That is the impression you wish them to receive. People do not like your eyes to wander around the room while they are talking to you, nor do they want you to read something in your hand or on a desk. They want to see your eyes, because your eyes tell them what is going on in your mind. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/inspirational-living/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
13 min
Growth Mindset Podcast
Growth Mindset Podcast
Sam Harris
147: Building people that build startups - David Brown, CEO Techstars
David Brown David is a serial entrepreneur who has founded three startups and been involved with two others. David is one of the original founders of Pinpoint Technologies, Inc. which is now part of ZOLL Medical Corporation and provides solutions to the emergency medical servicesmarket. David later co-founded Techstars along with David Cohen, Brad Feld, and Jared Polis. He has been an investor and advisor to Techstars since inception. In 2013, he joined Techstars in a more active role as President. Connect with David on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dbrown/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/dbrown) No Vision All Drive with David Brown (https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/no-vision-all-drive-david-brown/1134407791?ean=9781119632801) Top Tip Failure is the best teacher The quickest road to success is to possess an attitude towards failure. In order to grow, you need failure. Understand and accept failure as a part of life. We often experience that learning is more effective in failure than in success because failure teaches us what works and what does not. When we embrace our strengths or limitations – we become better. People are often so afraid they’ll fail at something that they don’t try. Don’t be one of those people. Everyone has failed at something in his or her life, but not everyone tries again and again. World hard every day to reach your goals and you will. Keep going and you will find success. Subscribe! If you enjoyed the podcast please subscribe and rate it. And of course, share with your friends! Special Guest: David Brown.
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