Are you an entrepreneur who needs the right mindset, motivation and confidence. Hell we all need confidence as its the key to everything in life, and very few entrepreneurs, solopreneurs or just people who are rocking and rolling have this naturally, even though it may seem like a god given gift. Whether you want an amazing online income, entrepreneur success, more money than you could dream off, freedom, love, sex, or even a huge promotion at work confidence will make it happen. And we will show you how to get it - BIGTIME! Having the confidence to go after it, and the mindset to make it happen is demonstrated in every episode of the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots through the startup stories, struggles, honest conversations and training and coaching. Ready to rock your life?
Rewiring Your Brain For Success
Rewiring Your Brain For Success Today’s guest, joining us today on the Join Up Dots entrepreneur podcast interview is the founder and CEO of Nectar Consulting Inc., and co-author of the best-selling book “Breakthrough Healing”. She works with executives and entrepreneurs bringing over 25 years of experience, intuitive insights and strategic business savvy to their success. She is an expert at enhancing the capacity of leaders, to build high performing teams and exponentially increase bottom-line results. Now what interests me, and why I have invited her onto the show is her unique Rapid RewiringTM approach This is a culmination of years of study in the realms of emotional intelligence, neuroscience, organizational psychology and Rapid Transformational Therapy. She helps catalyze shifts in thinking and eliminate mental/emotional blocks to rapidly rewire your brain for greater confidence and success. As a nationally recognized speaker, certified executive coach, Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) practitioner, change management consultant, trainer, and writer, her passion for helping amplify natural talents and expand leadership is conveyed through all aspects of her work and writing. But of course as we see on Join Up Dots, time and time again our guests come to us when everything is amazing and success swims around them on a daily basis. But we all have dark times getting things off the ground, before we find the path that really lights us up inside and makes work not seem like work anymore. So how did she find her way to where she is today? And would she say that she needed to rewire her own brain as she built her business? Well let’s find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Michele Molitor Show Highlights During the entrepreneur podcast show we had deep hitting conversations with Michele Molitor around subjects such as: We share why it is so important to reflect on your core drivers to help you imagine what life could be. Your values should drive your passions not the other way around. Why the more gratitude we share with the world brings about greater and greater rewards into our lives. Life shouldn't be hard if we only say "Thank You" The best thing you can do in a terrible job is to find an aspect of that job and savour it. Whatever it maybe find that gold and polish it until it shines And lastly…….. Michele shares the journey from corporate unhappiness to fulfilled entrepreneur, and knows that everything in life has been for a reason.
How To Be Positive Thinking
Introducing How To Be Positive Thinking We’ve all heard about positive thinking, and we always think of it as a great way to live. For most of us, it’s easier said than done. Why? Because when things are tough—when bills are due, you’re short on rent, or your relationship isn’t working—it can be difficult to keep up with the optimism. But I’m here to tell you that it is possible. Let me explain how I learned to be more positive in my life, even when things got hard. Your Not Alone Even Though You Think You Are One of the most important things to remember is that you are not alone. The world can sometimes seem like a cold and dark place, but there are people all around you who have gone through similar situations as you and have come out stronger on the other side. Just because your situation is different does not mean it’s worse or better than someone else’s. The best part about other people going through hard times is that they tend to be very helpful in finding solutions! Asking for support from friends and family can go a long way towards helping you deal with difficult situations in your life You Can't Control Everything Even If You Try It’s important to remember that you can’t control everything. You can’t control other people, the weather, your past, or the future. You also can’t control your emotions or your health and financial situation. In fact, there are only a few things that we can control in life: Our reactions to situations (i.e., being able to take things in stride) How we think about situations (i.e., having an optimistic mindset) The actions we take (i.e., doing something rather than nothing at all) Dont Be Scared Of What You Dont Know You can’t know everything. In fact, you don’t even know what you don’t know. And even if you did, it wouldn’t matter because your understanding of reality is just a construct of your brain—a fragile, limited thing that has been constructed by the same system that keeps trying to convince us we’re all doomed to die alone in this universe with no purpose or meaning. But don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying we shouldn’t try to be better at understanding ourselves and our world! It’s important to try new things and work toward self-improvement because it will help us feel confident when facing challenges and make us more likely to succeed at whatever goals we set for ourselves (even if those goals are just learning how not to be afraid).
Sylvester Stallone Success Story
Sylvester Stallone Success Story Sylvester Stallone’s story is one that has inspired many. From the depths of the Hollywood blacklist to his status as a household name, the actor and writer is a true success story. His Rocky movies and Rambo series are some of the most famous films in history and he went on to become a celebrated director, businessman, philanthropist and author. Today, in his late 70’s, Sylvester Stallone remains one of the world’s best-known actors but his route to success was anything but easy. A Long Way From Hollywood Sylvester Stallone was born in New York City on July 6, 1946, to Jacqueline Labofish and Frank Stallone Sr. His family background is Italian-American and he has two older sisters named Toni and Julie Ann. His mother left her husband when Sly was only three years old, so he moved with his siblings to live with their father’s parents in Washington Heights in northern Manhattan. His story started building dots was an amateur boxer, who won numerous Golden Gloves competitions which was one of the dots that gave him insight into a world that would be his key to success. As we see time and time again in Join Up Dots, the dots are not always clear at the time and can only be referenced as an amazing opportunity later on down the line. He attended high school at DeWitt Clinton High School but did not graduate as he had poor grades due to his persistent acting career which began at age 13 when he appeared in several commercials like Johnson & Johnson baby powder commercials or Richfield Oil commercials. He also appeared alongside Michael Caine on The Phil Silvers Show (1955) as well as on Mickey Rooney’s variety show where Sylvester got involved with the entertainment industry even further by doing stunt work for movies such as Bullitt (1968). He could see where he was heading and it was obvious to him that he had the talent to make himself a star. However as we find time and time again in life one persons vision of success is not how the world sees it. More often than not the world says “You ain’t going to get this easily but persevere and we’ll see what we can do for you in the future.”
And With Three Quick Steps He Took His Own Life
And With Three Quick Steps He Took His Own Life Hi there! I hope you're having a great week. I know it can be hard to open up about the things that trouble us, but I realized I needed to be honest with myself and say what was weighing on my mind. Last week i saw a stranger commit suicide right in front of me and I needed to process it. So this podcast is a quick audio diary of my journey back to a positive mindset after years struggling with the shock of this event over a few days. The best way to not be afraid is to realize that the person who attempted suicide was suffering immensely in their head. Reprogramming the story in your mind will help you see the person who attempted suicide as a troubled human being, and not someone that is weak or crazy. It also helps to know that for every one person that attempts suicide there are many more people who contemplate it. So if you are feeling down and out, try to remember this, because I truly believe that knowing this made me
Doing Nothing For 2 Minutes - Does It Work
Doing nothing for 2 minutes cant really work can it? You know what its like, you’ve been really busy, and someone tells you to simply relax? Their good advice is usually met with an eye roll and a laugh. You’re too busy to relax! Youve got the kids to deal with, take the dog for a walk, and dont mention that huge pile of ironing that wont get done by itself. But what if doing nothing for 2 minutes could make you more productive? Or less stressed? Or at least less of an irritable jerk? Maybe it’s time to give meditation a try! First Thing Is Just Stop Talking And Breath When you’re alone, try to do nothing for two minutes. Don’t say anything, don’t text anyone or take out your phone, and don’t look at your computer screen. Just sit still and breathe in and out for a two whole minutes. That’s it! You should try this daily for a month—it might be hard at first, but with time it will become easier as you learn to focus on yourself instead of the outside world all the time. You see its the conscious decision to take control of your life that is the secret that the wise fold have known for generations. You dont have book yourself into a three week luxury spa rereat in Phuket, just being quite, breathing in and out and doing nothing for 2 minutes can be a bit of a game changer. Go on give it ago Try Doing Nothing For 2 Minutes Try to do nothing for two minutes. This is a good exercise because it helps you become more aware of your body, thoughts, emotions and surroundings. It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life without stopping to think about how we’re feeling physically or emotionally at any given moment. This exercise can help you connect with your inner self so that when something does happen that makes you upset or causes anxiety, it won’t be such a shock because the emotional response has already been automated by the previous experiences of stopping talking. The Doing Nothing For 2 Minutes Website Now you might find all this a bit difficult at first as well, you have lots of things to do. I’m sure you will say “I could do this on vacation, but not during a normal working day!” So howabout you give yourself the luxury of doing nothing for 2 minutes on a tropical beach, hearing the sounds of the wave rolling and out. Sound good? Well there is a brilliant website, that is free, advert free too that does just that called. hang on wait for it “Do Nothing For 2 Minutes” that gives you your own desktop vacation. You can just sit and listen to the waves crash all around you for just 120 seconds and you are done. Ok, you might be thinking this is a bit silly but just give it ago. We have been using it for a few weeks now at Join Up Dots and it has become one of our favourite mini escapes. It’s better than sitting in the toilet listening to other people through the woodwork after all.
How To Make Celebrities In Your Industry
Clint Arthur Is The celebrity Maker Clint Arthur joins us for the second time on the Join Up Dots Podcast to share his success in the world of Celebrity Entrepreneurship. Bestselling author of “Celebrity Entrepreneurship,” “Break Through Your Upper Limits on TV,” and his new book “Wisdom Of The Men,” which is nominated for the 2022 Pulitzer Prize, following in the footsteps of his high school creative writing teacher, Frank McCourt, who won the 1996 Pulitzer for his memoir “Angela’s Ashes.” A serial successful multi-millionaire entrepreneur, trusted marketing advisor, consultant, and coach to thousands of private entrepreneurial clients and business owners running enterprises from $1 million to $1 billion in size, Clint influences well over 100,000 independent business owners annually, through his social media platforms, coaching programs, and Million-dollar Business Accelerator mastermind. He prides himself on turning his clients into celebrities in a local environment.
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