60 episodes

You already know what you need to do. You can feel it… But then your head gets in the way...

This podcast is a daily reminder to get out of your own way. To LEAN IN to the opportunities that are right in front of you. To seize the day and become who you are meant to be.

Through sharing stories and experiences, Lean In with Casey Grey will have you break those old destructive patterns of thought and replace them with new empowering ones. When you think differently you will act differently.

Work this into your daily routine and be sure to also check out Casey’s Daily Blog at CaseyGrey.com/Blog.

You deserve this.

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You already know what you need to do. You can feel it… But then your head gets in the way...

This podcast is a daily reminder to get out of your own way. To LEAN IN to the opportunities that are right in front of you. To seize the day and become who you are meant to be.

Through sharing stories and experiences, Lean In with Casey Grey will have you break those old destructive patterns of thought and replace them with new empowering ones. When you think differently you will act differently.

Work this into your daily routine and be sure to also check out Casey’s Daily Blog at CaseyGrey.com/Blog.

You deserve this.

    60 - Surrenduring to the Obvious

    60 - Surrenduring to the Obvious

    I started off the year with a bang. January was a fantastic month and I have been attracting a lot of new opportunities into my life. I’ve been telling people that my word for 2020 is surrender. Not to throw in the towel but to surrender to the opportunities that come my way.
     
    Last week, I had the opportunity to do a mentoring session with Sunil Tulsiani and he asked me some great questions. We were talking about work and where I should be focusing my time. Two questions in particular shifted my thinking and I remembered that word, surrender.
     
    First, he asked "How much do you value your time? What are you worth?"
     
    He then asked, "What does a person who makes that much money per year do?"
     
    So, I had my answer. I'm surrendering to the obvious answer that the universe is giving me and I have decided to put both my daily blog and this podcast on hold. I'm going to take the “extra” time and shift it to The Conscious Builder where all the opportunities seem to be coming.
     
    If you are interested in following what we’re working on, please subscribe to The Conscious Builder Show on YouTube and The Conscious Builder Podcast on your favourite podcast player. You can also check out TheConsciousBuilder.com.



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    59 - The Best Way to Build Confidence

    59 - The Best Way to Build Confidence

    What are you really good at? Something you can do in your sleep.
     
    How did you get good at this? What did you need to do? How often did you need to do it? What did you need to believe when you were learning it?
     
    What happens when you're really good at something? You become certain. You know that when you do X, Y will happen. There's almost nothing that can throw you off your game. You are confident in your abilities.
     
    So what builds confidence then?
     
    Action.
     
    The only way you're going to become more confident is to take action. Whatever it is that you are lacking confidence in is because you have not done what you know you need to do. Get up! Step up! Go after what you want!
     
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    58 - Your State Equals Your Mind

    58 - Your State Equals Your Mind

    How did you start your day today? Did you do something empowering and uplifting? Do you have a routine that serves you? Do you have a plan to win the day? Did you eat something healthy for breakfast? Did you take the time to centre yourself? Did you exercise?
     
    Or perhaps you did none of that. Perhaps you hit the snooze button a few times and then slowly slid your way out from under the covers only to realize that you were late for work and now had to rush through the morning to get out the door because you had a meeting to get to. You grabbed what was convenient as opposed to what's healthy for breakfast and made sure to get the extra extra large coffee.
     
    If each of the examples above were two different people, who do you think would have the better day?
     
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    57 - Get Back to Adolescent Thinking

    57 - Get Back to Adolescent Thinking

    As a parent we want the best for our children. We push them beyond their limits and continue to encourage them until they have achieved the goal. First they learn how to crawl. Then they learn how to walk. They fall, they laugh, they cry and then get back up and keep trying. We're right there to help them up when they fall again.
     
    As we grow up, we lose this push. We start to think we know it all. We start running and we're pretty damn fast. At least in our own eyes. Maybe we're faster than the kids at school so we think we're the best. Until we get to the track meet... Then we realize that we're not fast at all compared to those kids. We may even realize that we never learned how to run properly. There's a technique to running and if done properly we can go faster and longer without getting hurt.
     
    Eventually we figure out what we're good at and what we like so we start doing more of that. We become construction workers, hair stylists, web developers, writers, designers and so on. We get the job and start to coast. Nobody is there to push us to the next level. Nobody is there to encourage us to do better. In fact, just like the school yard, there's people hoping you will fall so that they can take advantage of it. We feel nobody is there to catch us. We're even afraid to fall because it hurts and it's embarrassing. We think, "I'm an adult and adults don't fall. They don't cry either. They're responsible. Plus, I have my kids to take care of now..." We forget that the juice of our life comes from growth and learning.
     
    What if we went back to adolescent thinking and found that parent (or mentor)? Better yet, what if we had multiple parents that were experts in different parts of life? What if we weren't afraid to fall? How would our lives change? How would the world change?
     
    It's time to get back to that adolescent way of thinking.
     
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    56 - The Right Thing at the Wrong Time

    56 - The Right Thing at the Wrong Time

    Have you ever been in an airport waiting for your plane to board?
    Airlines call passengers up in groups. First class and people who need assistance are first and then they start with the back of the plane and work towards the front.
     
    "Now boarding zone 1... Now boarding zone 2... Now boarding zone 3..."
    Even knowing this, many people jump up as soon as the plane starts to board. Some of them even try to get on sooner than they’re allowed to.
     
    Personally, if I'm zone 9, why would I jump up and wait? Even if I'm zone 1, I would consider waiting. Why do I want to rush to wait in line or sit on a plane with less space and people elbowing me and rushing to try and get their bags into the overhead compartments?
    This is a common theme throughout our lives. We hurry through life just so that we can wait for something to happen. I'm not saying we should slow down. What I'm suggesting is approaching life with purpose. Understanding why we do what we do.
    Timing is everything. Doing the right thing at the wrong time will only slow you down.
     
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    55 - Don't Settle for Good

    55 - Don't Settle for Good

    Life will give you what you settle for.

    I'm constantly pushing myself to the next level. I look for powerful environments. I surround myself with inspiring people. I listen to educational podcasts. I watch motivating videos. I go to seminars and conferences. I read everyday. I meditate everyday. I write everyday. I now release a podcast everyday. I have taken risks and learned from my mistakes. I have got through some very tough times and know I will get through future tough times.

    Truthfully, I could have a very easy life though. I'm a good carpenter and I'm loyal. I know I could go work for somebody, make a decent living and coast through life. That's not me though. I don't want to just be comfortable. I want to grow! I'm not willing to just settle for the easy way out.

    If that’s you and you’re happy, then great! But I will ask you, are you REALLY happy or are you just lying to yourself? Keep in mind, I’m talking about all aspects of your life.
    Where are you settling in your life?
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Lean In with Casey Grey offers a buffet of inspirational content for the listener who is looking for simple ways to add value to their everyday life and connect with the best version of themselves. Interesting guests, a humble and likeable host along with a rotation of relevant topics will keep the listener engaged and coming back for more.

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