Past experiences. Circumstance. Complacency. Limiting self-belief. Fear. Just a
few of the many factors that cripple and strand us to a particular point in our
lives. A point that we want to move on from, but we can't seem to get anywhere.
We're stuck. But what if it is easier to move on than we think? That's where I
come in. I'm Dustin Gruss, certified personal trainer and life coach, but others
know me as THE Greatness Facilitator. And whether it my stories, tricks, hacks
or stories from others, we will help you come "Unstuck" and then you can keep
moving forward and step up to greatness.
The Importance of Rebuilding Momentum
After a long hiatus with focusing on a new podcast, a speaking engagement and
overcoming a second bout of COVID, Coming Unstuck is back and rebuilding it's
momentum with an episode about, well, rebuilding momentum. In this episode host,
Dustin Gruss, let's you k ow what he's been up to with his other podcast, Family
By Heart, and how his momentum dropped off for both projects. But now he is
rebuilding that momentum and he shares how to do it as well, one step at a
Do you have any tips or stories for rebuilding momentum or how to come unstuck?
Dustin would love to hear from you. Message him at:
Now that the year is almost halfway done you may still have some goals to
accomplish. Check out Step Up To Greatness' online course, Goals to Greatness
here [https://www.stepuptogreatness.com/challenges]. Within this 6 module course
you will uncover the road blocks and detractors that have sabotaged your success
in the past and find applicable and simple steps to help you set and crush your
Iron Sharpens Iron, Mold Makes Mold
Following the "Focus on Your Words" series from the old Step Up To Greatness
Life Lesson videos, this episode focuses on the imprtance of who you surround
yourself with. Are the people in your life making you stronger? Better? Or are
they creating mold in your life? Making you less of yourself?
Our Words Left Unsaid
This third and final installment of the mini series, Focus On Your Words, was
originally a bonus episode on the YouTube channel. This particular episode
focuses on three categories when it comes to the words we shouldn't say or don't
say. We should not speak in a way that makes others feel small. We should speak
up when we're feeling depressed and in need of help, especially if we are having
suicidal thoughts. We should talk about/declare the things we want in life. For
more details on these three ideas be sure to listen.
Focus on Your Words Part 2
In the second part of this series that comes from an old video series, we talk
about the words we use in relation to our interactions with other people. Part 1
was about the power of words and how we talk to ourselves. Next week, tune in
for the final part of the series - Our Words Left Unsaid.
Focus On Your Words Part 1
The slap heard around the world was preceded by what many would consider a
distasteful joke. Words. Words have a LOT of power. In the first part of this 3
episode mini series, I talk about the power of words and more specifically the
words we use in reference to ourselves. This mini series was originally
produced in 2020 as a part of my Life Lesson Videos on my YouTube channel, here.
As I prepare the launch and draw more of my attention to my new podcast and new
client focus you will hear some of the past videos turned into podcasts. There
is a lot of great information and lessons to be learned in those videos that I'm
proud of and I hope more people will enjoy the reminders or hearing it for the
first time. Keep Moving Forward and Step Up To Greatness!
What I've Learned After Being a Stay-At-Home Father For 1 Month (So Far)
Transitions and changes have been happening over here and becoming a full time,
stay-at-home father has been one of them. My boys that we just adopted turn 2
and 3 as we head into summer which means I've certainly had my hands full. But
I've also learned some lessons and have some advice for other parents getting
ready to make the switch. I'm also human which means there are plenty of things
for me to learn. Do you have some lessons or tips for me or for other stay at
home parents? I'd love to hear from you or maybe even have you as a guest!
Please reach out, email@example.com.