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Would you like your business — and your life — to be a lot more fun, a lot less stressful, and a lot more profitable? Do you want to sell more, lead better, be more influential, and live a life of significance? In this show, based around the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success from the international bestseller, “The Go-Giver”, you'll learn how to naturally create a life of joy and prosperity. Your host, Bob Burg, coauthor of “The Go-Giver” will share his insights and interview notables including today’s top entrepreneurs, business and thought leaders.

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Would you like your business — and your life — to be a lot more fun, a lot less stressful, and a lot more profitable? Do you want to sell more, lead better, be more influential, and live a life of significance? In this show, based around the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success from the international bestseller, “The Go-Giver”, you'll learn how to naturally create a life of joy and prosperity. Your host, Bob Burg, coauthor of “The Go-Giver” will share his insights and interview notables including today’s top entrepreneurs, business and thought leaders.

    176 Mindset Reset - Lisa Jimenez

    176 Mindset Reset - Lisa Jimenez

    Mindset, Success, Attitude, Vision, Alignment
    Summary
     
    Are our lives really that similar to a certain classic science fiction movie? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Lisa Jimenez joins us with a powerful formula for resetting our minds and releasing our self-imposed limitations. That and more on today’s show.
     
    Bob’s Thought of the Day
     
    We’ll explore:
     
    The similarities between “The Matrix” (the movie) and the matrix controlling our minds. Why many beliefs we unconsciously accepted limit our potential success and happiness.   
    Interview with Lisa Jimenez
     
    You’ll discover:
     
    Why harnessing the power of the mind is the most important tool you have. How to shift the hierarchy of who you are by embracing the Mindset Reset Formula. Why, at your core, you are pure potential energy.  How one client radically shifted a very special relationship and recreated her life.  How radically transforming yourself serves both you... and the world you impact. How embracing your spiritual nature can manifest into desired physical results.  The importance of meditation, breath work, and journaling. Information regarding Lisa’s next retreat.  
    The Mindset Reset Formula
     
    Embrace Your Duality Let Go Adopt Spiritual Truth Craft Your Victory Vision Leverage Alignment    
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    In this episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, @RichLifeLisa shows us how to reset our minds and release that which holds us back from our ultimate potential. #prosperity Life with a prosperity mindset is inevitably prosperous. Life with an ease mindset is inevitably easy. Life with a fulfillment mindset is INEVITABLY fulfilling.” @RichLifeLisa #prosperity “You become who you practice to be.” @RichLifeLisa #practice  
    Interview Links
     
    LisaJCoaching.com
    Mindset Reset: How to Retrain Your Brain and Transform Your Life! by Lisa Jimenez
    (Click here to order an autographed copy.)
    Conquer Fear! A Unique Blend of Psychology and Theology To Change Your Beliefs and Thus Your Results by Lisa Jimenez
    Slay the Dragon: How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Get What You Want by Lisa Jimenez
    Catalina Mindset Reset Retreat
    Lisa’s Blog & Podcast
    Connect with Lisa on LinkedIn
    Connect with Lisa on Facebook
    Follow Lisa on Twitter
    Follow Lisa on Instagram
     
    Resources
     
    The Go-Giver Success Alliance
    Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know by Adam Grant
    Bob’s Ten Feel-Good Questions
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 
    The Go-Giver 
    The Go-Giver Leader
    The Go-Giver Influencer
    GoGiverSalesAcademy.com
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 2-Day Workshop
    TheGoGiver.com
    GoGiverSpeaker.com
    Burg.com 
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    175 Magically Making the Impossible … Happen - Mahdi Gilbert

    175 Magically Making the Impossible … Happen - Mahdi Gilbert

    Attitude, Magic, Relationships, Success, Motivation
     
    Summary
     
    So often the difference between victimhood and victory is a personal decision. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, you’ll meet a man I greatly admire, and who will absolutely take anyone’s excuses away, and who does it with more than a touch of magic. That and more on today’s show.
     
    Bob’s Thought of the Day
     
    We’ll explore:
     
    An important truth: you cannot live in victimhood AND become a victor. What it takes to be victorious and overcome tragic events or situations of victimhood: you must make a decision that you will not allow yourself to be defined by those events.  
    Interview with Mahdi Gilbert
     
    You’ll discover:
     
    Why Madhi became involved in magic as a youngster. The magic of Madhi’s can-do attitude. The inside story of Madhi’s appearance on Penn & Teller’s “Fool Us.” How Madhi helps people feel like heroes whenever they see his magic. His next project: walking across America performing magic for people.  
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    I want people to feel like heroes whenever they see my magic. ~Mahdi Gilbert, Magician #attitude Even if you don’t think you have the gas to make it down the road, just go. ~Mahdi Gilbert, Magician #motivation On this episode of The Go-Giver, magician Mahdi Gilbert reveals the secret to overcoming obstacles...through a truly magical attitude. #success  
    Interview Links
     
    MahdiTheMagician.com
    Mahdi’s appearance on Penn & Teller’s “Fool Us” 
    Madhi’s Speaking page
    Connect with Mahdi on Facebook
    Mahdi’s YouTube channel
    Follow Mahdi on TikTok
     
    Resources
     
    The Go-Giver Success Alliance
    Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know by Adam Grant
    Bob’s Ten Feel-Good Questions
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 
    The Go-Giver 
    The Go-Giver Leader
    The Go-Giver Influencer
    GoGiverSalesAcademy.com
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 2-Day Workshop
    TheGoGiver.com
    GoGiverSpeaker.com
    Burg.com 
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    • 24 min
    174 Counterintuitive Charisma

    174 Counterintuitive Charisma

    Charisma, Relationships, Success, Business, Questions
     
    Summary
     
    The key to “having charisma” might just be exactly the opposite of what we think it is. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. Then in the second segment, I’ll share a suggestion on how to accomplish it. That and more on today’s show.
     
    Bob’s Thought of the Day
     
    We’ll explore:
     
    Two traditional definitions of “charisma,” along with another...that I like best. Why it’s not sustainable to base your success on natural charisma alone. An example from 19th-century England about the power of the right type of charisma. Why listening is a critical element of charisma. A powerful quote from Adam Grant’s new book, Think Again.  The big lesson: Your level of charisma is not about you but about how you make others feel about themselves.  
    Segment #2
     
    You’ll discover:
     
    The value of Feel-Good Questions in making others feel genuinely good about themselves and, as a result, about you. The One Key Question that’ll set you apart from practically everyone they’ve ever met. F-O-R-M Questions that will always be welcomed by those you’re speaking with. 


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    What is TRULY the essence of Charisma? There’s a good chance it’s the opposite of what most people think it is. Find out on this episode of The Go-Giver Podcast. #charisma Is “Charisma” something that you either have or you don’t? The answer, as we learn in this episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, is not at all. Actually, far from it. #charisma Want to learn some surprising questions that will result in your being seen as Charismatic? Listen to this week’s episode of The Go-Giver Podcast. #charisma  
    Resources
     
    The Go-Giver Success Alliance
    Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know by Adam Grant
    Bob’s Ten Feel-Good Questions
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 
    Order The Go-Giver 
    Order The Go-Giver Leader
    Order The Go-Giver Influencer
    TheGoGiver.com
    GoGiverSpeaker.com
    Burg.com 
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    • 19 min
    173 Creating Transformational Change - Greg Satell

    173 Creating Transformational Change - Greg Satell

    Change, Values, Purpose, Leadership, Movements
     
    Summary
     
    What does it take to create and sustain transformational change? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, we’ll have a discussion with the author of a magnificent book on that very topic. That and more on today’s show.
     
    Bob’s Thought of the Day
     
    We’ll explore:
     
    Why we must never stop looking for ways to better the world. What it takes to do so: creating a plan, executing that plan, and implementing the correct strategies and tactics.  
    Interview with Greg Satell
     
    You’ll discover:
     
    Lessons about creating transformational change from two movements: one that failed (Occupy Wall St.), and one that succeeded (Otpor). The importance of using humor to dispel tension. Why you must reach out to those outside your movement, and welcome those who wish to join you. A key for creating impact: small groups loosely connected, united by a shared purpose. That violence doesn’t work in terms of winning over the masses.. What we can learn from two of the most notable transformational changes in modern history, Mahatma Gandhi’s leading of the Indian independence movement, and the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s leading of the civil rights movement.  The immense, game-changing importance of communicating shared values.   
    10 Principles for Transformational Change 
     
    Revolutions don’t begin with a slogan. They begin with a cause. The vision always needs to be rooted in solving problems people genuinely care about. That’s why you can’t bribe or coerce change. Once you start trying to engineer change through incentives, you are signaling that this is a change that people don’t really want to make.   
    Transformation fails because people oppose it, not because people don’t understand it. For any significant change, there are going to be some people who aren’t going to like it and they are going to undermine it in ways that are dishonest, underhanded, and deceptive. That is your primary design constraint. Change of any kind threatens the status quo, which never yields its power gracefully.   
    Be explicit about your values. Values represent constraints and constraints bring meaning and credibility. A movement without values is nothing more than a mob.   
    Resist the urge to engage those who attack and undermine you. In fact, as a general rule, you should avoid them until you have gained significant momentum. It will only frustrate you and slow you down.   
    Focus on building local majorities. You want to be continually expanding your majorities within communities and clusters. When you go outside your majority, however, you get pushback. Stay on the inside pushing out.   
    Shift from differentiating values to shared values. Differentiating values are what make people passionate about an idea, but shared values create entry points for people to join your cause. You overcome your opposition by listening and identifying shared values in what they say that can be leveraged to attract others to your cause.   
    Mobilize people to influence institutions. Every action has a purpose. You are always mobilizing someone to influence something. For everything you do, you ask who are we mobilizing and to influence what?   
    Scale change through empowerment. Instead of trying to get people to do what you want, find people who want what you want and give them resources to help them take action. It is through taking action, not taking orders, that people take ownership of the movement and make it their own.   
    Survive victory. The victory phase is the most dangerous phase. You need to think about how to “survive victory” from the start. It’s not enough to make a point, you have to want to make a difference.   
    Transformation is always a journey, never a pa

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    172 Creating Value … is YOUR Choice! - Amanda Buse

    172 Creating Value … is YOUR Choice! - Amanda Buse

    Small Business, Value, Women-Owned Business, Girl Boss
     
    Summary
     
    How important is it to your self-image, and to your business’s bottom line, to walk in your value? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Amanda Buse joins us with some excellent insights and strategies on how to communicate your value to your prospects, customers, and clients … and have a business that’s both very enjoyable and very profitable. That and more on today’s show.
     
    Bob’s Thought of the Day
     
    We’ll explore:
     
    An answer to a blog reader’s question regarding the statement, “Money is an echo of value; the thunder to value’s lightning.” Why a lack of money is absolutely not a commentary on one’s intrinsic value; only the value they’ve brought and communicated to the marketplace.  Insights about the term, “walk in your value® based on the experience of Amy Wells.  
    Interview with Amanda Buse
     
    You’ll discover:
     
    Why women tend to undervalue what they have to offer. A fascinating study: women-owned businesses only make 30% of the revenue that male-owned businesses do (and the reasons behind this). Two keys to earning at the highest levels: a system, and belief in yourself. How fear and imposter syndrome hold us back. A simple way to stay in touch with your network and earn more referrals. What’s included in Amanda’s free Girl Boss Virtual Goody Bag  
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    “90% of our success is mindset. The other 10% is strategy and execution.” ~Amanda Buse “If you are not able to understand your own value and see it for yourself, no one else will see it.” ~Amanda Buse “You need a system and you need belief to earn at the highest levels.” ~Amanda Buse    
    Interview Links
     
    SmallTownGirlBoss.com
    FREE Resource: Girl Boss Virtual Goody Bag
    Connect with Amanda on Facebook
    Connect with Amanda on LinkedIn
     
    Resources
     
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 
    Order The Go-Giver
    Order The Go-Giver Leader
    Order The Go-Giver Influencer
    GoGiverSalesAcademy.com
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 2-Day Workshop
    TheGoGiver.com
    GoGiverSpeaker.com
    Burg.com 
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    171 Grappling with the Gray - Rabbi Yonason Goldson

    171 Grappling with the Gray - Rabbi Yonason Goldson

    Ethics, Relationships, Business, Morality, Decisions
     
    Summary
     
    Deep within our hearts, we always know what the right thing to do is, don’t we? Or do we? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Rabbi Yonason Goldson joins us with some ancient wisdom that will help us to navigate through those often gray areas that life sets before us. That and more on today’s show.
     
    Bob’s Thought of the Day
     
    We’ll explore:
     
    Some examples of what are known as “moral dilemmas.” An example of an ethical dilemma from the book, Grappling with the Gray.  
    Interview with Rabbi Yonason Goldson
     
    You’ll discover:
     
    Why it’s not always about knowing what the right thing to do is. The purpose of study: to learn how to think in an ethical way. The difference between the ethical and the legal. Why we are sometimes resistant to do the right things. Why compliance can be the enemy of ethics. The importance of refining yourself so you can consistently do the right things. Why relationships are the bedrock of success in every aspect of our lives.  
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    “There’s no app for being ethical.”~ @yonasongoldson #ethics “It’s not a question of always knowing what the right thing to do is. It’s knowing how to approach complex situations and do the best we can to get to the most equitable and ethical resolution.”~ @yonasongoldson #ethics “Legal is not necessarily the same as ethical. The last refuge of unethical is … ’But it’s not illegal.’”~ @yonasongoldson #ethics  
    Interview Links
     
    Rabbi Goldson’s website
    Grappling with the Gray: An Ethical Handbook for Personal Success and Business Prosperity by Rabbi Yonason Goldson
    Proverbial Beauty: Secrets for Success and Happiness From the Wisdom of the Ages by Rabbi Yonason Goldson
    Rabbi Goldson’s blog
    The Rabbi & The Shrink Podcast
    Rabbi Goldson’s speaking page
    Rabbi Goldson’s TEDx Talk
    Ethical Masterclass Series
    Connect with Rabbi Goldson on LinkedIn
    Connect with Rabbi Goldson on Facebook
    Follow Rabbi Goldson on Twitter
    Follow Rabbi Goldson on Instagram
    Follow Rabbi Goldson on TikTok
    Rabbi Goldson’s YouTube channel
     
    Resources
     
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 
    Order The Go-Giver
    Order The Go-Giver Leader
    Order The Go-Giver Influencer
    GoGiverSalesAcademy.com
    Endless Referrals: The Go-Giver Way 2-Day Workshop
    TheGoGiver.com
    GoGiverSpeaker.com
    Burg.com 
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