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Your attitude is the bridge that takes you over the GAP from who you are to who you want to become and from where you are to where you want to go! Glenn Bill, author, speaker, and attitude expert is your host and will help you bridge the GAP in your personal and professional life thru revealing interviews with some of the most influential people on the planet. If you've ever wanted more success in business, more fulfillment, more money & sales...attitude is the key. Achieving a happier life, relationships and the ability to overcome your challenges with those you love...attitude is the bridge. Listen to The GAP and #GETSOME!

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Your attitude is the bridge that takes you over the GAP from who you are to who you want to become and from where you are to where you want to go! Glenn Bill, author, speaker, and attitude expert is your host and will help you bridge the GAP in your personal and professional life thru revealing interviews with some of the most influential people on the planet. If you've ever wanted more success in business, more fulfillment, more money & sales...attitude is the key. Achieving a happier life, relationships and the ability to overcome your challenges with those you love...attitude is the bridge. Listen to The GAP and #GETSOME!

    Frank King - The Mental Health Comedian

    Frank King - The Mental Health Comedian

    2:50: Who was first attitude coach? Freeing up a child from Nepal. Barbara Dole? The power of networking and attitude?

    9:48 - What is your definition of attitude? Discovering who you are and what you're supposed to be doing. 

    10:55 - Who was Frank King before you were you? What was your attitude? Anti comedian. Generational depression and suicide. What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail? Seinfeld. Judy Carter book. The Message of You. Rebranding. TEDx Talk. Suicide Prevention. Burdensomeness. 

    26:12 - Have you beaten suicidal thoughts? Mental abilities and mental disabilities. Policy or influence shifts as president or king? CIT Crisis Intervention Training. Psilocybin Magic Mushrooms. PTSD. 

    34:06 - Knowledge through the decades. What is the attitude lesson of a newborn baby? Courage. 

    37:13 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 10? The island of myopia. Never too young to find your destiny. 

    39:38 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 20? Being faithful during the sexual revolution. Resourcefulness. Attitude of regret.

    41:49 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 30? There is a great power and joy in doing what you're supposed to be doing. Imposter syndrome.

    44:03 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 40? Life is short. 

    47:54 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 50? Blind optimism. Rebuilding Your Credit after Bankruptcy book. 

    50:24 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 60? Be ready for the next recession. 

    52:05 - Message of hope. Suicide is the most preventable cause of death on the planet.

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    • 52 min
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    Rob Jones - Double Amputee OIF OEF Veteran, US Marine Corps, Professional speaker

    Rob Jones - Double Amputee OIF OEF Veteran, US Marine Corps, Professional speaker

    1:11 - Rob Jones introduction. Double Amputee OIF OEF Veteran, US Marine Corps, Professional speaker | 31 Marathons, 31 Days, 31 Cities. http://www.robjonesjourney.com

    5:48 - Survive, recover, use is Rob Jones philosophy. 

    6:17 - What was the attitude of Rob pre-Marine? Cared more about what was good for me. Lonely in college. 

    8:12 - Where was boot camp and who was the biggest prick? Paris Island? Sergeant Smith. 

    9:38 - What was your attitude when you stepped off the bus when you decided to serve in the Marines. Knowing what to expect didn't make it any less scary. Listen and DO what you're told to do and do it as fast as you can. 

    12:08 - How many brothers where you with in the Marines? 4 battalions. Each battalion has a couple companies. I was in Hotel Company. Each platoon had 90 recruits. 13 weeks boot camp. It's not designed to make you quit. It's designed to train you into being a Marine and molding you into a better self. 

    14:23 - Toughest day of basic? Never doubted that I'd be able to do it. 

    17:58 - What did you learn in boot camp? It's not about you any more. It's about your country first and foremost. Be a part of something bigger than you

    19:36 - Afghanistan. What was first day like? 92 Day Reservist is designed for people in college. Virginia Tech. 7 month long deployment. Al-Qaeda. Camp Leatherneck. Forward operating base. Hesco barriers fence. Bunkers that you build.

    24:44 - What's a day in the life of a Marine? Combat Engineer's task was to go out and fine Improvised Explosive Devices (EID). 

    29:47 - How do you prepare your brain to sweep mines? The day that changed your life. Clearing Taliban. Seizing territory. Ammonium Nitrate. 

    37:30 - The Rob Jones Journey. Was there a story that moved you to create the Rob Jones Journey? What was the attitude lesson of that recovery period? Dan Cnossen, double above-knee amputee. Walter Reid. Rudy Garcia Tolsen. 

    41:39 - 31 Marathons in 31 consecutive days in 31 different states.Bronze metal in rowing. Marine Marathon. 

    47:17 - http://www.RobJonesJourney.com

    52:08 - Today's current world. What could shape the attitude of our nation. Pulling out of Afghanistan. South Korea. Taliban has blood alliance with Al-Qaeda. 

    57:36 - Is America at war from within? Are we in a more hostile environment than we ever have been before? Anti-American sentiment. Just because we don't agree doesn't mean we should hate each other. 

    1:01:09 - What do we need more of? Civility. Benevolence. Conversation. Trust in the government again. 

    1:02:51 - Closing message of hope. Mindset for victory. Top 2 lessons. Use the challenges as a weight to get stronger. Don't resist the challenges. The key to overcome anything in life is selflessness. What is the thing that you care about the most? 

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    Mary Gardner - Inspirational Speaker & Charisma Coach

    Mary Gardner - Inspirational Speaker & Charisma Coach

    1:19 - Mary Gardner introduction. Inspirational Speaker & Charisma Coach

    4:49 - What is the definition of charisma and what are some things that people can do to up their charisma game?

    6:33 - What do you do with the people that don't have the self confidence or don't think they stand out? What's the approach?

    11:24 - Kentucky Colonel. Mother was a working and making the farm people food. Slow down and spend time with people. Inner circle of about 3 people. 

    15:30 - Kentucky Colonel. Mother was a working and making the farm people food. Slow down and spend time with people. Inner circle of about 3 people. 

    22:26 - Bootcamp with Charisma and Communications Coach Mary Gardner starting week of September 6, 2021.

    25:24 - This isn't just for speakers. Entrepreneurs can also greatly benefit from these services. It's time to find and perfect your voice and learn how to talk succinctly and with brevity and communicate at a much higher level.

    28:55 - Tell us about one of the most trying times of your life where you realized you needed to change things? Brevity. Felt like I was being ignored. Book. "You only have 30 seconds". How to communicate more like a man. Talk about the most important points. Women need to breath and start to think and release the point. We all need people who can speak honesty into our lives. 

    33:17 - Left brain vs right brain. Went through personal divorce and became single mother. Became bread-winner. A lot of work. Attitude during tough times is so crucial because your children are watching you. The power of my mouth and the power of positivity. Speak it into existence and give away money. Stop looking at the empty bank account. If you're in squalor...go find people with positive words and speak it out into the universe with a heart of gratitude. 

    38:35 - Knowledge through the decades. What is the attitude lesson as a newborn baby? Nurturing. Baby was in NICU. Time spent with loved ones especially in the first 3 to 6 months is so important. Sit down and listen to your kids no matter how old they are. Communication with children is key. Loving each other through communicating. 

    40:50 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 10? We all need to go back to this age and think about who we are and embrace it. 

    43:10 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 20? Swallow what mom is saying and do something different. Worked temp jobs until landing a full time job and sold myself very hard. The positive and negative attitude of Washington Hill. People there are the best of the best and very intelligent. Didn't feel like I could connect affectively with people. Wasn't very fashion oriented. 

    47:44 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 30? Starting a business in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ended up in newspaper. 

    48:46 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 40? Had a little boy that was struggling in school. Typical ADD. Was in Boy Scouts. Breaking things. Trying to fit in a box. Sensory issues. Changed our diet. If you're on the Standard American Diet you are going to be sick. No processed food and bread. Eat vegetables. No sugar. Changing behavior by changing your diet.

    52:01 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 50. Have grown so much in this decade. Have more faith that life is going to work out. Lost many friends. Self care. Value personal alone time. Keep adjusting and stay in the game! 

    55:26 - Message of hope and show close. Pursue your own passion. Be kind to each other. 

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    • 59 min
    Mark Henick

    Mark Henick

    Mark Henick speaks and leads workshops about mental health at diverse conferences, schools, workplaces, and events across North America and around the world.

    2:14 - Mark Henick introduction. Tedx Talk. Story of a stranger.

    5:48 - What goes through the mind who is contemplating suicide? 

    8:05 - What did the stranger say to keep you from committing suicide? 

    13:05 - What do you advise to those left behind from suicide? Losing a loved one to suicide.

    14:43 - Suicide is an illness. Tony Robbins said, "Suicide is the most selfish mental illness". Cognitive collapse. 

    17:58 - What is your advice for those who are concerned about a friend or loved one who is contemplating suicide? Ask them if they are suicidal. Talk openly about it. You won't give them the idea to do it but you may give them the permission to admit it. Don't telegraph your judgement by asking if they're going to "do something stupid." Be non-judgmental. 

    22:51 - Does everyone thing about suicide? 

    24:31 - Where you born a suicidal person or did you BECOME a suicidal person? There is no single gene that leads to mental illness. Genetic pre-disposition is real. Your environment can turn those genes on. Suicidal thoughts doesn't come out of nowhere. There's often a slow build of many overlapping conditions.

    26:53 - Who was your first attitude coach and how do you define attitude? Having a resilient attitude is always about what you can do with the information. Anne Lamott memoir writer. David Sedaris author.

    34:23 - What was Mike's attitude and what was that day like?

    37:31 - Knowledge through the decades. What is the attitude the lesson as a newborn baby? Stay curious and always approach life with that childlike mind. 

    38:38 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 10? Not everybody is going to understand you and that's ok. Your journey is to understand yourself. 

    39:27 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 20? Lean towards the discomfort. 

    40:25 - What is the attitude lesson at the age of 30? Striving less can be a good thing. I like who I am. I like what I have. 

    41:40 - What's the secret sauce to bridging the gap? Change is the only constant. It won't always be this hard. It won't always be this great. Gratitude. Hold your struggles lightly. 

    44:10 - National Suicide Prevention lifeline. Mental Health America. Etc... Never give up!

    45:00 - A message of hope. 

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