Adapting With a Growth Mindset | Mindset Monday
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Do you have a growth or fixed mindset?

In today’s Mindset Monday, I want to see how adaptable you really are. This year has definitely squeezed us and required many to adapt, while others stuck their head in the sand. This is the new norm and now is the time to make adjustments and necessary changes to serve others and yourself.

How do you feel about change when it’s forced upon you?

The Brian Buffini Show
The Brian Buffini Show
Brian Buffini
Lose Like a Lineman - an Interview with Nick Hardwick #260
“As long as I stick to the plan, I'll lose the weight. It's simple.” – Nick Hardwick After a difficult year, many people are looking to refocus on their health goals. In this episode, Brian interviews Nick Hardwick, former center for the San Diego Chargers, about the nutrition and fitness plan that helped him to lose almost 100 pounds in five months upon his retirement from the NFL, and keep it off. Nick describes how he has overcome the many challenges and setbacks he has experienced in life, how the Lose Like a Lineman plan helped him to reclaim his health and reboot his life and how it can do the same for you. YOU WILL LEARN: * What drove Nick’s determination to become an NFL player. * How short-term goals helped him to reach his objectives in life. * Why a game plan is essential to successful and sustainable weight loss. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Finding Center with Nick Hardwick Lose Like a Lineman program Promo Code: TBBS30 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE: “I just kept elevating my dreams.” – Nick Hardwick “The magic is far more ordinary than people think. It's far more sequential than people think.” – Brian Buffini “It's all about getting that initial dream in your head of what it's going to be like, or putting yourself in that situation where you can feel it in your body.” – Nick Hardwick “Why not? Why not me? You get this dream, and then the dream grows and grows and grows.” – Nick Hardwick “Having a structure and having a game plan that you're going into for the day – that to me has been fundamental.” – Nick Hardwick Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Theme Music: “The Cliffs of Moher” by Brogue Wave
54 min
Sell or Die with Jeffrey Gitomer and Jennifer Gluckow
Sell or Die with Jeffrey Gitomer and Jennifer Gluckow
Sell or Die
Setting Yourself Up For Success In 2021 With Social Media
In episode 533 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we’ll be talking about a new social media app we’ve discovered and how you can set yourself up for success in your business. While we will be focusing on the app Clubhouse in this episode, all social media platforms can be amazing tools when you use them to your advantage. Social media is all about making authentic connections. If you’re ready to accelerate your business in 2021, you’ll want to stay tuned for this episode! Some key points we discuss include: * Adapt to new social media opportunities * Use social media to make connections Social media is a tool for both learning new information and making authentic connections. It’s a platform where you can discuss the things you’re really passionate about and connect to others who feel the same way. People will want to connect with you when you share valuable information. To hear more ideas on how to use social media for authentic connections, don’t forget to tune in to episode 533 of the Sell or Die Podcast. See you next week for another episode of Sell or Die! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag us, @jengitomer & @jeffreygitomer! And don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and share your key takeaways with us! CONNECT WITH JEN & JEFFREY: Official Website Jeffrey’s Instagram Jennifer’s Instagram Sell or Die Hards Official Group
16 min
The ONE Thing with Geoff Woods
The ONE Thing with Geoff Woods
How Core Values Drive Your Purpose
In a world full of choices, deciding what matters most can be tricky. We know extraordinary success is about leaning into our priorities and avoiding distractions—but how do we know when to say yes and when to say no? Many people are searching for purpose. They want clarity on That ONE Thing so that they can make better decisions and have a direction for their life. But the truth is that clarifying your purpose is not always easy. Tapping into Your ONE Thing is a journey, not a lightning bolt. To help you navigate that journey, Jay Papasan talks about a new tool we’re developing here at The ONE Thing: The Core Values Deck. Jay has been a driver behind making this project a reality, and he shares how identifying your values can be a compass for your life and a tool to point you in the direction of your purpose. It’s incredible how much clarity three little words can bring, which is what makes this such a powerful exercise and tool. If you want to learn more about our Core Values Deck, visit In this episode, you will learn... * [01:26] How Jay chose his own core values * [07:16] How your purpose aligns your decision-making * [13:53] How Jay came up with the idea for the Core Values Deck * [26:11] The danger of gut reacting * [29:30] Sharing the journey with others Links & Tools From This Episode * -- Do you run a small business? Small business owners wear a lot of hats. Some of those hats feel incredible to wear. However, filing taxes and running payroll... well, for most of us, they don’t feel great and they’re not our ONE thing. That’s where Gusto comes in to help you make payroll, taxes, and HR easy. So ask yourself, it time to take off some of your hats? You can get three FREE months when you run your first payroll at -- Do you run a small business? Most of us don’t have the choice to pick the internet service provider we would like, and they even log your internet activity to sell to other companies and advertisers. To protect your data, you need a service like Express VPN. They encrypt all of your network data and tunnel it through a secure server so that your ISP can’t see your activity. Stop handing over your personal data to ISPs and other tech giants, and visit to get 3 months free..
44 min
Empire Show
Empire Show
Bedros Keuilian & Craig Ballantyne
E175 - Elite Spartans
Alex shares his inspiring story of loss, suicide, immigration and achieving ultimate success. You’ll also hear Alex share about the power of mentorship, how Bedros called him out during a live mastermind and why it takes ten plus years to become a successful Empire Builder. * 01:15 - Meet today’s guest Alex Zuniga, founder of Elite Spartans. * 02:15 - Alex shares how he joined Mexico City’s most prestigious military school at the age of thirteen and the impact it had on his life. * 05:25 - After Military school Alex loses his father, his family's wealth crumbles and he even battled suicide. * 07:25 - Next, Alex shares how his mom desired for him to leave the country and come to America to continue building his education. * 11:35 - Discover the beginning of Alex’s Entrepreneurial journey and hear about the founding of his company Elite Spartans. * 12:50 - How getting good at selling gym memberships led to the foundation of Alex’s empire building. * 13:58 - Alex gets hit by a drunk driver and needs two years of recovery to be able to walk again. * 17:52 - Alex shares the very first time he ever came to learn about Bedros and how his mentorship led to his business transformation. * 21:10 - Bedros calls Alex out and brings the heat during a live Mastermind. * 31:10 - Next, Alex shares the value of mentorship and how it’s the single greatest action you can take to accelerate your growth. * 53:22 - Stay up to date and follow Alex on Instagram and Facebook: @elitespartans "Every single successful person who’s achieved great things, has put at least 10 to 20 years behind them in hard work and dedication " - Alex Zuniga Follow me on Instagram: @bedroskeuilian Buy Man Up and get Bedros’ High Performance Leadership Course for FREE: Listen on iTunes and leave us a review: Subscribe to My Channel for weekly videos:
55 min
BiggerPockets Podcast : Real Estate Investing and Wealth Building to Help You Get Bigger Pockets
BiggerPockets Podcast : Real Estate Investing and Wealth Building to Help You Get Bigger Pockets : Joshua Dorkin and Brandon Turner
BiggerPockets Podcast 434: How HGTV’s Scott McGillivray Started a Real Estate Empire with No Job, No Money, and No Experience (Part 1)
Do you like watching home improvement shows such as Income Property, Vacation House Rules, and Buyers Bootcamp? If so, you’re in luck! Joining us on the podcast is HGTV host Scott McGillivray! Scott has been hosting some of the best real estate investing and construction shows for over a decade now, and if you like BiggerPockets, you’ve probably seen an episode of one of Scott’s shows! Scott’s investing career started long before his TV network deals. As a student in college, Scott accidentally stumbled upon his landlord’s mortgage statement of account. He realized that him and his roommates were paying a few hundred dollars over what their landlord was paying monthly for a mortgage. That was the lightbulb moment for Scott. It was time to get into real estate investing. While in college with no job, very little money, and no experience, Scott bought a house and moved out of his rented room. Now he wanted more. Over the next few years Scott started amassing more and more rentals, taking as many financing options as he could get his hands on. By the time he was 25, he already had 25 units and a significant amount of profit coming in every year. This only pushed Scott to strive for bigger and better deals. Now Scott owns hundreds of rentals, and spends his time between Florida and Canada, finding more deals, and fixing up more rentals. Scott is a tried and true investor, one who has gone through different market swings, different fads, and many different tenants. While he’s only in his early 40s, he has amassed an extensive knowledge of the real estate space. It’s no surprise he’s one of Brandon’s real estate heroes! If you liked this episode be sure to tune in this weekend for part 2 of Scott's interview!
BiggerPockets Business Podcast
BiggerPockets Business Podcast
90: How Solo Entrepreneurs Can Improve Their Products and Businesses with Ben Foster
You may own a small business, some rental properties, or are just tinkering with a new idea. Regardless of where you’re at in your entrepreneurial journey, you’re most likely trying to make something that will not only resonate with customers, but allow them to solve a problem in their life. So how do you make a product that accomplishes this to the fullest extent? Today we talk to Ben Foster, founder of Prodify and Chief Product Officer at WHOOP. Ben has been in this space for a long time, working with big names like eBay and Opower. After his initial success at corporate he founded his consulting firm, Prodify and has since then worked with 70+ different companies all tackling a common goal: make a great product. If you’re just starting out in your business, you may think the best course of action is to tack on as many useful features as possible into one product, but Ben warns against this. Companies that tend to do well with products are the companies that have a core competency and then build out from it. Great products also take market input from the customers that matter most. That doesn’t mean only the top 10% of users for an app, that means the bulk majority of customers who use the app. This is where many product teams get it wrong, and as you’ll see in the interview, there are a lot more caveats in product management than originally meets the eye. If you’re interested in product marketing, engineering, management or anything else related to building a great product, check out Ben’s book Build What Matters and of course, listen to this episode! In This Episode We Cover: * What product management really is (and what the goal should be for teams) * The difference between products for sale and product management * What makes a great product team  * How to achieve (and go after) product market fit  * When to release the initial version of your product * Which opinions matter most when collecting customer data  * Building an infrastructure so products can succeed from the start * Bad product traits to avoid when building out your product * And So Much More! Links from the Show * Opower * E-bay * Dropbox * * Intuit * WealthFront * Microsoft * Amazon Hello * Polar Watch * Garmin * LinkedIn * Tesla * LeapFrog Check the full show notes here:
1 hr 10 min
Ed Mylett
Grow Your Social Media: Secrets Revealed! w/ Josh Richards
What can you learn from an 18-year-old? This will blow your mind! Josh Richards is one of the top content creators in the world with over 30 MILLION followers across all platforms. But not only is this young man social media savvy, he’s also a successful entrepreneur working with big names like Ellen DeGeneres and Snoop Dogg! He is the youngest person I’ve ever had on the show at just 18 years old and he’s got a wealth of knowledge you NEED to hear! The only way to get ahead in the social media game AND EVERY OTHER AREA OF YOUR LIFE is to outwork everyone else… but how? In this interview, Josh is sharing his unfiltered and authentic secrets about how to build a massive following on social media and revealing the HUSTLE behind the success. He wasn’t just waiting around to get insta-famous. Josh went out and HUSTLED follower by follower to grow his reach. Building a social empire isn’t just about clout. It’s a REAL BUSINESS strategy that requires WORK, DEDICATION, and a RELENTLESS will to win! Don’t miss out on these never-before shared strategies on how to grow your following and stand out online. PLUS Josh reveals the worst decision any content creator can make! Social media is a business and this interview is your blueprint. 👉 SUBSCRIBE TO ED'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL NOW 👈 → → → CONNECT WITH ED MYLETT ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ▶︎ INSTAGRAM ▶︎ FACEBOOK ▶︎ LINKEDIN ▶︎ TWITTER ▶︎ WEBSITE
48 min
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