Posts Tagged ‘mindset’

Last Bad Day


How can a severe accident, a near death experience, become a person’s greatest gift? You will discover the inspiring answer to that question in this podcast.

Michael OBrien was living a successful life – on the surface. He had a career, money, family, everything that is supposed to add up to happiness. Behind this facade, at the core of his being, he felt trapped and unfulfilled. In his own words, he was a “human doer,” not a human being. Unfortunately,  many people live this way.

Fortunately,  you don’t have to almost lose your life to transform from human doer to human being. Michael’s experience and the lessons he learned from it can help you enrich your life personally and financially.

Michael fell in love with bicycles as a child. His passion for cycling grew into his adulthood. He took his bike with him on a business trip with the intention of combining work with pleasure. That decision almost killed him. For a while, it turned him into a vengeful person.

Learn how he  turned anger into love, fear into courage, despair into hope, how he stopped being a victim to life’s circumstances and became a victor instead.

Michael OBrien offers you many other gems in today’s episode. He illuminates the difference between chasing happiness and being truly happy; he helps you understand the importance of your moment to moment self talk and why you should doubt your doubts.

There’s more than exciting, valuable, serious stuff in today’s episode. There’s warmth, humor, and entertainment. So join us for some fun and enrichment. You may come away with the priceless fit of knowing how to have your last bad day.


Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows by Michael OBrien

Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl


“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”  – Viktor Frankl

“The one thing you can’t take away from me is the way I choose to respond to what you do to me. The last of one’s freedoms is to choose one’s attitude in any given circumstance.” – Viktor Frankl

“When the going gets tough the tough get going.” – Joseph P. Kennedy, Knute Rockne, Lottsa Peeps.

“Great teams work together after a tough loss.” – Ron Brown


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Create Or Destroy

Create Or Destroy

We all walk a fine line between creation and destruction. We choose one or the other by the way we react or respond to tough life experiences.

Some people become hateful, vindictive, and destructive when someone or something hurts them badly. Then there are those who use pain as a source of growth, creativity, and contribution.

It’s all about mindset. The creative mindset transforms suffering into beauty. The destructive mindset expands and inflicts pain.

Brandon Walden has suffered. He has embraced his pain, grown from it, and created joy and healing that he shares with the world.

You will love Brendon’s story of triumph over huge adversity. He will make you smile’ he will uplift your heart; he will arouse your sense of hope and belief in the magic of life.

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Moron to Rockstar



It’s always about your story. If you think you are bad with money, you are. If you think you can earn more money than you will ever need, you can. Don’t believe me? Well, that’s your story, and, it is true for you.

Scott Alan Turner lived into a story early in his life that made him a “money moron.” Fortunately for him and for you, he changed his story and became a self-made millionaire in his 30’s, retired early, and now helps people create their own empowering money stories.

This inspiring entrepreneur is the best selling author of “99 Minute Millionaire.” He reveals wealth building habits and routines, the secrets to smart long-term investments, and much more.

Listen and learn from Scott Alan Turner, the financial rockstar.


99 Minute Millionaire by Scott Alan Turner

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod


“Fear is the mind killer.” – Clark Howard


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A Dangerous Story


What’s dangerous about a man who wants to relieve suffering? A man who knows how to eliminate severe back pain. A man who has help thousands of people live pain free lives.

One of the people who swears by this man’s approach to back pain is Howard Stern, who claims that this natural, non surgical way of making pain disappear worked on him. Howard considers this a life saver.

Let’s face it, if Howard Stern smells a fake, he goes in for a delicious kill.

Steve Ozanich is loved and hated by people. The haters are usually members of the traditional medical establishment. Steve’s ideas, and his work, are dangerous to their way of doing things. They’re dangerous to the livelihoods, reputations, and identities of many medical practitioners.

Is Steve Ozanich a quack or a healer? I definitely believe he is a healer.

Listen to his mind expanding story, and decide for yourself.

You won’t be bored. You will be captivated, entertained, and, perhaps, liberated and enlightened.


Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection by John E. Sarno

Back Pain Permanent Healing: Understanding the Myths, Lies, and Confusion by Steven Ray Ozanich

The Great Pain Deception: Faulty Medical Advice Is Making Us Worse by Steven Ray Ozanich

The Will to Live by Arnold A. Hutschnecker

Love Is Letting Go of Fear by Gerald G. Jampolsky MD

The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders by John E. Sarno

Return To Love by Marianne Williamson

The Bhagavad Gita


“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” – Arthur Schopenhauer

“As you think, so shall you be.” – Wayne Dyer

“And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.” – Marianne Williamson

“Why do you stay in prison, when the door is so wide open?” – Rumi


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Risky Business


Risk. What’s your relationship to that word? Some people avoid it at all costs. Some tolerate it. Others crave it. It’s their juice. They live life on the razor’s edge.

Yup. You guessed it. Today’s guest, Kevin Van Eekeren loves risk.

As a kid, Kevin lived in a nice middle class neighborhood. He never witnessed crime. Boring!

So, he started doing drive-alongs with the police. He did a lot of them and, eventually, became a guy who trains SWAT teams.

There’s a lot more to Kevin’s story. In fact, he’s a man who keeps reinventing himself, a man who is not afraid to change his story and change his life.

Listen in. Make this your drive-along. You may develop a new respect for risk. You may look at risk aversion and risk management through a new lens.

Who knows? You may even fall in love with the risky side of life.


The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

Bold: How to Go Big, Create Welath, and Impact the World by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler


“After all, the chief business of the American people is business. They are profoundly concerned with producing, buying, selling, investing and prospering in the world. I am strongly of the opinion that the great majority of people will always find these the moving impulses of our life.” – Calvin Coolidge


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