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The Art of Charm is where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from the company’s coaches about to how to master human dynamics, relationships, and becoming your best self with the help of Johnny and AJ, the company’s founders. Johnny and AJ bring their 11 years of coaching experience from their famous Bootcamps, where they host clients in Los Angeles from all over the world and they share their stories, best practices and themselves on this weekly podcast. Not only does The Art of Charm help everyday people, including active members of the military, learn how to become higher performers, better spouses, partners, and coworkers, they dig deep into human behavior, the science behind it, and demystify what we do and why we do it.

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    • Éducation
    • 4.7, 14 notes

The Art of Charm is where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from the company’s coaches about to how to master human dynamics, relationships, and becoming your best self with the help of Johnny and AJ, the company’s founders. Johnny and AJ bring their 11 years of coaching experience from their famous Bootcamps, where they host clients in Los Angeles from all over the world and they share their stories, best practices and themselves on this weekly podcast. Not only does The Art of Charm help everyday people, including active members of the military, learn how to become higher performers, better spouses, partners, and coworkers, they dig deep into human behavior, the science behind it, and demystify what we do and why we do it.

    Dr. Stan Beecham | How to Build Belief Systems that Lead You to Success

    Dr. Stan Beecham | How to Build Belief Systems that Lead You to Success

    In today’s episode, we cover belief systems with Dr. Stan Beecham. Dr. Beecham is a sport psychologist, the director and founding member of the Leadership Resource Center, and the author of Elite Minds: How Winners Think Differently to Create a Competitive Edge and Maximize Success.

    Beliefs define how we think about ourselves and the world around us, so what can you do to examine your own beliefs and understand if they are leading you to a better life or a worse one, and how can you change your beliefs if you realize they’re leading you down the wrong path?

     

    What to Listen For
    What questions can you ask yourself to better understand your beliefs and values and how they influence your behavior?
    Why is it important to the people around you for you to work on yourself and constantly strive to be better?
    Why is happiness the wrong goal to aim for if you want a fulfilling life, and what should you aim for instead?
    Why is it important to examine your values and beliefs?
    How do your beliefs and values influence your ability to pay attention and how will they prevent you from seeing a reality that will lead you to fail?
    How do you rewrite the beliefs that are holding you back so you don’t miss out on countless opportunities to be successful and lead a fulfilling life?
    How should we perceive confidence in a way that allows us to be more confident?
    What can you do to overcome the urge to compare yourself to others?

     

    What you believe influences how you perceive the world around you and what you get out of life. If you want to live a better life, achieve more success, or become the best version of yourself, it’s critical that you understand what you believe and why you believe what you believe. Going through life without an understanding of your beliefs and values is like wandering through a forest with a compass without understanding what north, south, east, and west are. Sure, you can follow the arrow on the compass because that seems normal, but will that get you to where you want to be? Only by sheer luck.

     

    A Word From Our Sponsors

    Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at theartofcharm.com/challenge. This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!

     

    Resources from this Episode

    Elite Minds by Dr. Beecham

    Dr. Beecham on Twitter

     

    Check in with AJ and Johnny!

    AJ on Instagram

    Johnny on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on YouTube

    • 1h 2 min
    Charles Duhigg | Why You Need a Quarantine Routine

    Charles Duhigg | Why You Need a Quarantine Routine

    In today’s episode, we cover the necessity of routines with Charles Duhigg. Charles is a Pulitzer-prize winning American journalist and non-fiction author, was a reporter for The New York Times, and has authored two books on habits and productivity, titled The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business and Smarter Faster Better.




    Routines are more important than we give them credit for, but why, what happens if we don’t establish routines for ourselves, and how can you build a great routine even when your world has been turned upside down?




    What to Listen For
    Why are routines so important for humans?
    What questions can you ask to spark interesting conversations instead of small talk?
    How can you consume entertainment in a way that nurtures your creativity and ability to lead interesting conversations?
    What can you do to find and identify experts you can trust?
    How do you distinguish between someone who is genuinely seeking advice and someone who is just venting?
    Why is mindset important when it comes to learning new skills?
    What exercise can you start doing today if you are struggling with accepting painful events in your life?
    What can you do to develop empathy and why is empathy so important today?




    The word “routine” may evoke thoughts of mundaneness, or mindless repetition, but routines are incredibly important to us as humans. Routines allow us to remove the necessity of making difficult decisions by automating them. Going to the gym stops being about dragging yourself out the door and instead becomes the thing you do every morning because it’s your routine. Eating a healthy meal for lunch stops being a choice in suffering and instead becomes the part of your routine that leads to a healthier you and prevents you from giving in to cravings. Routines are important, and positive healthy routines are the key to supporting you on your path to living the life you dream of. 




    A Word From Our Sponsors

    Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at theartofcharm.com/challenge. This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!




    Resources from this Episode

    How To! - a podcast hosted by Charles Duhigg

    Charles Duhig’s website

    The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

    Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg




    Check in with AJ and Johnny!

    AJ on Instagram

    Johnny on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on YouTube

    • 36 min
    Bob Gower and Alexandra Jamieson | The Art of Flexible Boundaries

    Bob Gower and Alexandra Jamieson | The Art of Flexible Boundaries

    In today’s episode, we answer your questions and cover the All In Method with Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower. Alexandra is the bestselling author of five books, and co-creator / co-star of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me, and Bob is a New York-based consultant, writer, and speaker.




    All of us have different values and beliefs guiding us through life, and the differences between two people can lead to damaging friction if they are not dealt with directly, so what can you do to get everyone on the same page and working toward a common goal while respecting each other?




    What to Listen For
    What is the All In Method (AIM) and how can you use it to maintain and strengthen your relationships, especially with those you work with?
    What questions can you ask yourself and others to develop more empathy and strengthen relationships with those you care about or work with?
    What is the value of boundaries and how do you start a conversation about your boundaries?
    Why can being rigid with your boundaries lead to worse outcomes than having no boundaries?
    What are the common pitfalls that teams run into when trying to reach alignment?
    What can examining our boundaries teach us about ourselves and the relationships we form with others?
    What can you do as a parent to help your children break out of their shell so their lack of social skills don’t lead to constant failure and disappointment?
    How do you express curiosity in conversations with people you’re not genuinely interested in getting to know?
    Should you write down questions before going into an important interview or date or even an appointment?




    The more time we spend with other people, the more likely it is that differences in personalities, values, and beliefs will lead to conflict. If that friction is not taken care of, it can destroy relationships professionally and personally. It is best to be proactive about potential problems rather than reactive, as being reactive can often mean being too late to solve a problem. And being proactive means being willing to have conversations that aren’t always easy or comfortable.




    A Word From Our Sponsors

    Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at theartofcharm.com/challenge. This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!




    Resources from this Episode

    Radical Alignment by Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower

    Bob Gower’s website

    Alexandra Jamieson’s website




    Check in with AJ and Johnny!

    AJ on Instagram

    Johnny on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on YouTube

    • 53 min
    Steve Herz | Why Critical Feedback is Important and How to Ask for It

    Steve Herz | Why Critical Feedback is Important and How to Ask for It

    In today’s episode, we cover critical feedback and how to ask for it with Steve Herz. Steve is President of The Montag Group, a sports and entertainment talent and marketing consultancy, and a career advisor to CEOs, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and young professionals.




    Critical feedback is important for our growth, but asking for it and receiving it can be challenging because people who care about us are generally hesitant to tell us anything negative about ourselves, so what can we do to get the feedback we need to improve?




    What to Listen For
    Why is critical feedback important to our growth and success, and how can we get better at receiving it?
    What can you do to get the feedback you need to grow in a culture where people seem to coddle each other out of fear of how you might respond to critical feedback?
    How do you ask for feedback in such a way that allows people to feel comfortable offering critical feedback rather than just saying something to make you feel good?
    How much of your success is determined by your proficiency versus your ability to connect with others?
    What steps can you take today to improve your ability to effectively communicate and connect with others so you don’t get passed up on job opportunities and promotions?
    What is the 360 review and how can it save you from ending up in terrible situations?
    Why is warmth important in building relationships and why can your aversion to it lead to failure in life?
    What can you do to work on your humility?
    How do energy and warmth work together when you are interacting with others, and what can you do to improve both while staying true to who you are?




    Critical feedback is important because you only have your perspective on what you are doing. So if you are always doing something incorrect while you believe it to be correct, how are you going to correct what you’re doing wrong if no one tells you. Unfortunately, the people who know us best will likely be hesitant to tell us when we’re doing something wrong out of fear of confrontation, or hurting our feelings, or just wanting to avoid a potentially awkward situation. This means we must make it easy and comfortable for the people who care about us to give us the feedback we need to be our best selves.




    A Word From Our Sponsors

    Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at theartofcharm.com/challenge. This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!




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    Resources from this Episode

    Don’t Take Yes for an Answer by Steve Herz

    Steve Herz’s website




    Check in with AJ and Johnny!

    AJ on Instagram

    Johnny on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on YouTube

    • 54 min
    Dr. Gervais | The Art of Self-Mastery and Becoming Who You’re Meant to Be

    Dr. Gervais | The Art of Self-Mastery and Becoming Who You’re Meant to Be

    In today’s episode, we cover what it means to achieve mastery of a subject or skill with Dr. Michael Gervais, a high performance psychologist working in the trenches of high-stakes environments with some of the best in the world, training the mindset skills and practices essential to pursuing and revealing one’s potential




    Mastering anything takes some talent, but it also takes consistent practice and a persistent mindset, so what can you do to cultivate the mindset required for mastery, what do you need to push through the pain along the way, and how can comparing your journey to others stop you from achieving your potential?




    What to Listen For
    What does it mean to achieve mastery of a skill or subject, and why can comparing our progress to others hinder our ability to achieve mastery?
    Why is it important for your mental and physical well being to live in the present moment?
    What steps can you take today to make sure you are focused on the present so you don’t get depressed about the past or anxious about the future?
    How important is your mindset if you already have talent and skill?
    How can you use self-talk to build your confidence so you feel comfortable taking on new challenges?
    What can you do to eliminate the self doubt that comes from comparing yourself to others?
    What question can you ask yourself to make sure you’re trying to get better rather than comparing your progress to others?
    How do you sort through conflicting advice on your way to mastering something?
    What can we do to let go of who we are now in order to become who we’re meant to be?




    Everyone is born with varying levels of aptitude in different areas, but just because you don’t have the genetics to be the best in the world at something, it doesn’t mean you can’t strive to master it. Mastery of a skill takes time, and if you didn’t win the genetic lottery, it’s going to take years of hard work. In order to push through the pain and suffering along the way, your mindset is as critical as your purpose, because if you don’t have a purpose guiding your mindset through the pain, the pain will win.




    A Word From Our Sponsors

    Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at theartofcharm.com/challenge. This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!




    Resources from this Episode

    Compete to Create

    Finding Mastery - a podcast hosted by Dr. Gervais

    Dr. Gervais on Twitter




    Check in with AJ and Johnny!

    AJ on Instagram

    Johnny on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on YouTube

    • 55 min
    Keith Ferrazzi | The Art of Strength and Vulnerability in Leadership

    Keith Ferrazzi | The Art of Strength and Vulnerability in Leadership

    In today’s episode, we cover with Keith Ferrazzi what it means to lead without authority. Keith is an American entrepreneur, recognized global thought leader in the relational and collaborative sciences, and NYT best selling author of Leading Without Authority and Never Eat Alone.




    There is more to leadership than telling other people what to do, so what does it mean to lead without authority, what can you do today to become a better leader, and how can you inspire vulnerability and empathy in the people around you?




    What to Listen For
    What can you do as a leader to create a great space for people to be vulnerable, therefore allowing stronger bonds to form?
    Why are intimacy and empathy crucial to forming strong bonds with the people around you and what can you do to foster such an environment?
    How much vulnerability is too much when you’re in a position of leadership?
    What does co-elevation mean and why is it important to have co-elevating relationships with the people around us?
    How do you set boundaries for your generosity so you don’t get taken advantage of?
    What is the Blue Flame in all of us and why is it important to see it in others and nurture it so it can bloom?




    Being a leader doesn’t mean you tell other people what to do. It means you inspire those around you who then choose to follow you. When you are a leader, people should trust you to provide guidance for them and make the best decisions given the circumstances. You do not need to have authority over other humans in order to do any of that - but you do need trust and respect. Work on building strong relationships with the people around you and you will become a better leader.




    A Word From Our Sponsors

    Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at theartofcharm.com/challenge. This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!




    Resources from this Episode

    Leading Without Authority by Keith Ferrazzi

    Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi

    Keith Ferrazzi’s website




    Check in with AJ and Johnny!

    AJ on Instagram

    Johnny on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on Instagram

    The Art of Charm on YouTube

    • 57 min

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Longpan ,

Great podcast

Jordan is incredibly productive doing all those podcasts with all those guests. Highly recommend!

Vishnur ,

Great podcast but ads are just cutting the conversation

Interesting topics

I don’t mind ads however they are so integrated and not highlighted as is that it doesn’t follow the flow of the show and you take 30sec to understand that is another ad for their own other product
So I cannot binge it

mfromparis ,

A must listen

Great content & amazing hosts and guests. Relevant for anyone looking to improve his/her life.

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