45 min

E08: Whole Life Millionaire with Adam Roach The Good Mood Show

    • Entrepreneurship

Caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, we often end up overlooking the time with ourselves. It is crucial to cultivate a deep connection with yourself to only improve the connection you have with others. Make time to learn about yourself and grow as a person.

In this episode, Adam Roach, CEO of “I Love Coaching”, shares his tips on what activities you can do to self-connect and create the best version of you.

Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation:


Set aside time for self-improvement activities
Importance of journaling and reflecting
Tracking your progress
Know when and where to direct your energy

Episode Highlights:

[5:30] Finding "Me Time"

Matt and Adam are both morning people. They discovered that the best time to exercise is in the early morning. It can be challenging to find time for yourself, but you may end up feeling lost or burned out if you don't.

[9:18] The Power of Journaling

Writing about your day is cathartic. Whether positive or negative, you can release your thoughts and emotions in a journal. Your entries can also serve as messages from your past self to your future self about lessons learned.

[11:11] Life Audit with Pictures and Reading

Looking back at old pictures allows you to reflect on what you've learned since they were taken. Reading past journal entries can help you see what has changed, what you can apply in the present, and what you can teach others.

[16:45] The Importance of Tracking

Adam learned the value of tracking from his father, an Olympic swim coach. You're telling a story when you're tracking things. Tracking is an excellent tool for self-improvement because it can show you where you've improved and fallen short.

[24:48] Understanding Your Energy

We can't give what we don't have, so keep track of your energy. Also know when and where to direct your energy. Strike a balance between giving and taking, energy-wise, to grow as a person.

Notable Quote


[31:28] —  [31:33]

“When my cup is full, I can spill over into others, and when it's empty, I don't have anything to give.” - Matt

Guest Bio:

Adam has been a serial entrepreneur and a recruiting junkie for over two decades!  From playing collegiate tennis, to owning his first business in his 20's, Adam recruited and built one of the most dynamic tennis club's in all of Beverly Hills CA.  He later cut his real estate teeth in Los Angeles, with 6 and 7 figure flips.

In his mid 30's, Adam transitioned to owning and running multiple Keller Williams Realty franchises. Combined, this team led over 700 agents doing nearly $2 billion dollars in total sales.

In his 30’s he developed a recruiting software and company that has now recruited over 130,000 agents across North America. To date, The I Love Recruiting family of companies includes 4 recruiting platforms (recruiting bridge, xceed, chamber scout, and touchngrow), and the I Love Coaching Company includes 10 1:1 coaches, a monthly group coaching and an evergreen course.

By the end of 2022, the I Love Coaching Company is projected to have revenues exceeding $8 million, and on track to bring its Vision Statement to life; “To empower Coaches to change 100 million lives.

For fun, Adam loves traveling and creating experiences with his fiancée Dana Gentry, his 2 kids, Addison and Amelia and the family dogs Frankie and Charli.

Links to Resources:

I Love Coaching website

I Love Coaching Instagram 

Caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, we often end up overlooking the time with ourselves. It is crucial to cultivate a deep connection with yourself to only improve the connection you have with others. Make time to learn about yourself and grow as a person.

In this episode, Adam Roach, CEO of “I Love Coaching”, shares his tips on what activities you can do to self-connect and create the best version of you.

Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation:


Set aside time for self-improvement activities
Importance of journaling and reflecting
Tracking your progress
Know when and where to direct your energy

Episode Highlights:

[5:30] Finding "Me Time"

Matt and Adam are both morning people. They discovered that the best time to exercise is in the early morning. It can be challenging to find time for yourself, but you may end up feeling lost or burned out if you don't.

[9:18] The Power of Journaling

Writing about your day is cathartic. Whether positive or negative, you can release your thoughts and emotions in a journal. Your entries can also serve as messages from your past self to your future self about lessons learned.

[11:11] Life Audit with Pictures and Reading

Looking back at old pictures allows you to reflect on what you've learned since they were taken. Reading past journal entries can help you see what has changed, what you can apply in the present, and what you can teach others.

[16:45] The Importance of Tracking

Adam learned the value of tracking from his father, an Olympic swim coach. You're telling a story when you're tracking things. Tracking is an excellent tool for self-improvement because it can show you where you've improved and fallen short.

[24:48] Understanding Your Energy

We can't give what we don't have, so keep track of your energy. Also know when and where to direct your energy. Strike a balance between giving and taking, energy-wise, to grow as a person.

Notable Quote


[31:28] —  [31:33]

“When my cup is full, I can spill over into others, and when it's empty, I don't have anything to give.” - Matt

Guest Bio:

Adam has been a serial entrepreneur and a recruiting junkie for over two decades!  From playing collegiate tennis, to owning his first business in his 20's, Adam recruited and built one of the most dynamic tennis club's in all of Beverly Hills CA.  He later cut his real estate teeth in Los Angeles, with 6 and 7 figure flips.

In his mid 30's, Adam transitioned to owning and running multiple Keller Williams Realty franchises. Combined, this team led over 700 agents doing nearly $2 billion dollars in total sales.

In his 30’s he developed a recruiting software and company that has now recruited over 130,000 agents across North America. To date, The I Love Recruiting family of companies includes 4 recruiting platforms (recruiting bridge, xceed, chamber scout, and touchngrow), and the I Love Coaching Company includes 10 1:1 coaches, a monthly group coaching and an evergreen course.

By the end of 2022, the I Love Coaching Company is projected to have revenues exceeding $8 million, and on track to bring its Vision Statement to life; “To empower Coaches to change 100 million lives.

For fun, Adam loves traveling and creating experiences with his fiancée Dana Gentry, his 2 kids, Addison and Amelia and the family dogs Frankie and Charli.

Links to Resources:

I Love Coaching website

I Love Coaching Instagram 

45 min