Posts Tagged ‘mindset’

Conquering Death

THE MAN WITH TWO LIVES

Conquering death has been man’s dream since the beginning of time. Today’s podcast guest is a man who literally conquered death.

Josh Mantz was a brave young American soldier deployed in Iraq. One day on patrol, a sniper bulled killed him. He flatlined for 15 minutes.

What does that mean? It means that Josh was officially dead for a quarter of an hour before medics revived him.

Was it a miracle? Who can say? I can’t.

What I can say for sure is that Josh Mantz defied science by coming back to life after a prolonged flatline. Medical experts tell us that the chances of surviving beyond 6 minutes is rare.

Here is another amazing fact. People who come back to life after the six minute mark do so with major brain damage. Not Josh Mantz.

If you are really interested in meaningful change and challenging your limiting beliefs, listen to this podcast.

You will learn about:

  • The real meaning of courage
  • The peace and power of absolute surrender
  • Commitment and true teamwork
  • Compassion as the key to counterinsurgent warfare
  • Trust as the most powerful weapon against evil
  • The power of a peak experience to dramatically change your story

One of the most valuable lessons in this podcast is the importance of getting beyond judgement and prejudice.

Josh Mantz’s riveting true story will inspire and elevate you, and enrich your view of life and the world.

BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST

The Beauty of a Darker Soul by Josh Mantz

Ghost Soldiers by Hampton Sides

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl

The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus

JOSH’S POWERFUL QUOTE

“I had to learn to accept the death of my old self before I could fully live in the present moment.” – Josh Mantz

CONTACT JOSH

www.DarkerSouls.com

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Own Your Power

A WOMAN CLAIMS HER LIFE

What does it mean to own your power? This podcast will answer that question and inspire you to live the life you deserve and not settle for anything less.

Today’s guest is Edna Keep, an ordinary woman who accomplished extraordinary things by by having the courage to live her dream.

Edna’s dream was to stop struggling as a single mom living in subsidized housing. She set her mind to it, and she did it.

Next, she wanted to create wealth for her and her family. She did it.

Today, she continues to expand her wealth and coaches others to live independent lives of abundance.

Anyone can accomplish what Edna Keep has accomplished – if they are willing to step into and through their fears.

Edna has created wealth through real estate investing. That takes guts. The first time you face a six figure buying decision, fear will rear its ugly head.

Edna conquered that fear. Even before she made her first real estate purchase, she chose to invest in Robert Kiyosaki’s intense real estate investment training. The cost? Almost $40,000.

High ticket courses like that one trigger a crippling fear of loss in many people, and they run for cover. Edna walked right into the face of that fear and won.

You will learn the mindset that leads to enormous wealth when you listen to Edna. You will gain the confidence that you can be, do, or have anything you want.

Plus, you will learn how to create your fortune using other people’s money.

Edna’s passion, courage, and insights will give you the exact formula to change your story and change your life.

BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Why “A” Students Work for “C” Students and “B” Students Work for the Government by Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

EDNA’S FAVORITE QUOTE

“Income seldom exceeds personal development.” – Jim Rohn

CONTACT EDNA

www.EdnaKeep.com

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Choice Is Power

How can you step into leadership? First, you must learn to lead yourself; only then, can you lead others.

The most effective leaders do not lead by coercion or force. They lead by example; they inspire people to follow them.

Willard Barth is a strong effective leader. He developed his leadership in the front lines of life and business.

He fought personal demons and conquered them. He endured hardship that could have broken him and driven him to play the victim. He became a warrior sage instead.

Warrior sage is not an easily earned title. It isn’t won in the classroom. It’s one of the spoils of war on the battlefield of personal growth.

It is won by having the courage to choose one hundred percent responsibility. When you do that, you own your strengths and your weaknesses, your victories and defeats.

This interview with Willard Barth is for you if you want to learn valuable lessons about leadership, growth, and transformation.

Join us. I promise you enrichment and entertainment.

BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST

The Anatomy of Transformation by Willard Barth

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch

Extreme Ownership: How Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

WILLARD’S FAVORITE QUOTE

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch

CONTACT WILLARD

www.WillardBarthEnterprises.com

www.TaotBook.com – FREE copy of “The Anatomy of Transformation.”

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Words or Weapons

SUMMARY

Your words create your reality. Be aware of the words you say to yourself every day, consciously or unconsciously. You are happy or sad, productive or frustrated, growing or stuck, rich or poor because of the language you use in your daily self-talk.

SHOW NOTES

  • “The pen is mightier than the sword.” 0:33
  • Quote from novelist and playwright, Edward Bulwer Lytton. 0:41
  • I’m launching an additional short weekly episode of Change Your Story, Change Your Life. 0:55
  • This new format is called One Word Story. 1:13
  • Words shape your reality. 1:35
  • A variation on “the pen is mightier than the sword.” 1:55
  • Variation was said by Robert Burton in “The Anatomy of Melancholy,” written in the early 17th century. 2:06
  • Burton’s variation: “A blow with a word strikes deeper than a blow with a sword.” 2:15
  • How often do you hurt yourself with your words? 2:35
  • We will explore a different word in each short episode. 2:50
  • You will become aware of the multiple meanings of the words you use. 2:56
  • Learn and apply the Giggle Test. 3:16
  • Sometimes, a great compliment can make you uncomfortable. 3:21
  • We all have great potential talent. 4:25
  • Final thought: You can either lead or be led. 4:37
  • You can’t truly lead unless you read. 4:45
  • There are no reasons for not reading, only excuses. 5:51
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Claim Your Worth

CLAIM YOUR WORTH

What is an expert, and what is expertise? I’m sure there are as many answers to this question as there are people who hear it.

David C. Baker is an expert on expertise. He has thought long and hard about what makes someone an expert, and he illuminates the subject with precision, clarity and depth in his book, “The Business of Expertise.”

If you are an entrepreneur who wants to take your business to new heights, you’ll gain insight on how to do it from my interview with David, today’s guest.

The power and value of David’s knowledge and his view of expertise extend way beyond business. They will enrich people who who want to deepen and strengthen their sense of self worth.

A successful expert masters a set of skills and a body of knowledge. They will never be felt by the people who need them if the expert lacks confidence and self worth.

A surefire sign of wavering self worth is the inability to say no to prospective clients who are not a good fit for your business.

Your ability and willingness to say no to new clients and customers, to requests for discounts, to lowering your standards that are beyond a prospect’s  comfort zone will ensure the integrity of your business and elevate its perceived value.

If you have any difficulty saying no in life and business, you deserve to listen to this interview with David C. Baker.

David also offers a refreshing view of intelligence. He equates intelligence with pattern matching. People who quickly perceive patterns are more likely to embrace systems that help businesses to expand and thrive.

Listen to David and learn strong positioning secrets; learn how to step into your power and easily say, “I’m smart, and I know it,” without feeling uncomfortable or arrogant.

Another great reason to listen to this interview is to spend time with a multifaceted man who has humble beginnings and an exciting sense of adventure.

BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST

The Business of Expertise by David C. Baker

Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink

When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel H. Pink

To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Motivating Others by Daniel H. Pink

DAVID’S FAVORITE QUOTE

“Learning never exhausts the mind.” – Leonardo da Vinci

CONTACT DAVID

www.DavidCBaker.com

www.Expertise.is

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