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chub012-Are Millennials Lazy, Entitled, or Misunderstood?
When you hear the term Millennial, what comes across your mind? Most people think 'Entitled', 'Lazy', 'Coddled'.
The question is, ARE they the worst? If so Why? I don't think it's their fault...I'll tell you why WE are to blame for the problem our nation has with Millennials. Come on, let's take this journey together...
cHub011-Small Beginnings Are HUGE!!!
- Are you frustrated while trying to reach a particular goal?- Are you about ready to quit on your dream because it seems so far away?I have a suggestion that will put you back on track and help you see how where you are IS A HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT and you are missing out on the REAL PARTY;...small beginnings. Come on, let's take this journey together.
There is a bible verse in Zachariah 4:10 that says "Do not despise these small beginnings..." The overall premise behind this bible verse is to say "Wait a minute, don't turn your nose up at small beginnings because everything BIG comes from something small"
- Every human being is created from a small thing call a sperm- Every fruit and vegetable is created from a small thing called a seed.- Every home is built on concrete which is made with small items such as water, sand and a special powder called Portland cement
You're missing the party, when you don't appreciate the how something BIG got its start. Think about how we feel when someone we know becomes famous and only celebrates other famous people and never not one time stops to appreciate those who helped him get started, or the person who gave you the money to start that $Million dollar business you now own? Most people would resent that person and call him/her ungrateful...
Why should Celebrate Milestones/Small Beginnings1. As Humans, we are called to GROW! "Anything that doesn't grow eventually dies" Every milestone/win affirms an accomplishment or one more thing to check off our list. AND when you acknowledge how far you've come it feels better than how far you have to go.
2. GROWTH is nourished by encouragement - "Small is where BIG comes from"
3. Reminds us to give 'thanks' for the journey. I'm a HUGE proponent of GRATITUDE. Gratitude and Depression cannot occupy the same space, You cannot be depressed or frustrated and thankful and grateful at the same time...IMPOSSIBLE.
4. It removes the anxiety from focusing on what you DON'T HAVE! You experience discouragement when you tally up where you are with where you want to be; you're focused on what you don't have (the goal), instead of what you do have. That's like being upset with having $500 when your goal is $1000.00.
how to celebrate milestones
Call a friendUse social media to your advantage, please love a good success story Get out of your routine and celebrate in a different scene . The change of environment help you focus and be in the moment. Commemorate the moment - You must do some sort of action that's like a memorial to the accomplishment.
Small Beginnings are HUGE, and never forget to celebrate them as you pursue your goals and dreams. So right now, take a minute to look how far you have come, you started at zero and look at what you have now, feel it, appreciate it, and be proud of it knowing you so much closer...Do not despise the day of small beginnings, because SMALL BEGINNINGS ARE HUGE.
Remember to Live, Love and Laugh... Jeff Robinson
cHub010-(part2) Just Get Started Please? Time to End Procrastination!!
Do you ever ask yourself: "Why do I keep procrastinating
when I know it causes me so much anxiety?" You know what you need to do,
but you don't do it, or you wait until the last minute. And, time and again,
the pattern repeats itself. Today we’re going to finally get FREE from the
grip of procrastination. In episode ten, which is part 2 of a 2-part series on procrastination,
I share how I finally overcame the bondages of Procrastination. Come on, let’s take this journey together…LISTEN TO THIS WEEK’S EPISODE!!!
Side note, this episode was originally called: “Just Get Started Please? How I FINALLY overcame the BONDAGE of Procrastination”, but I changed it after it was recorded so you may hear references to the original title in the podcast!
Let’s GET TO IT!!
episode ten (part 2) I go deeper into my personal experiences and address other
reasons for procrastination as I offer practical tips that helped me be able to
(1) work a full-time job where I travel 90% of the time, at the time of this
recording, (2) I’m currently pursuing my Doctorate Degree, (3) I have a
bi-weekly schedule for creating this podcast, (4) I have begun my own company
and (5) have fun along the way. So let’s stop procrastinating and get to it…
Let’s be honest, ALL OF US PROCRASTINATE, but Why? Does it mean something is wrong with us? Can it be hereditary? There’s a science dedicated to the study of procrastination and I wanted to share some really great information from the experts that I believe will free you from the bondage of procrastination. But most of all the tools I plan to share with you help free me from the internal anxiety that was ALWAYS going on within me when it came to getting things done!
Dr. Joseph Ferrari did an article for the American Psychological Association on the “Psychology of Procrastination: Why People Put Off Important Tasks Until The Last Minute” I wanted to share some of his interview responses. Click above to listen to cHub010-(part2) Just Get Started Please, Time to end Procrastination”
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cHub009–(part1) Why Do We Procrastinate? 9 questions to a solution!
Have you ever wondered why you’re such a procrastinator? Do you feel that it’s just who you are? Do you accept this will never change and you’ll always be stressed over getting things done? This episode is part of a 2-Episode series on procrastination that I believe with help a lot of people. Come on, let’s take this journey together!!!
cHub008 – Why People Fail at Weight Loss feat. Terrell Perry
According to a 2019 press release by www.bodybuilding.com, 73% of people who set fitness goals as a new years resolution give up on them [https://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/2013-100k-transformation-contest-press-release.html].
Have you been part of the 73%? I know I have. This episode is “Why People Fail at Weight Loss” and I’ve got a special guest, Terrell Perry who is going to help us understand why we fail and give us tools to succeed.
DON’T THROW IN THE TOWEL JUST YET, LISTEN TO TODAY’S EPISODE, GET HELP SO YOU CAN WIN THIS TIME!
Listen to my interview with Terrell Perry. Terrell is a 48 year old Health & Fitness Professional with over 10 years success in nutrition and weight loss. Terrell also possesses the top four certifications for Personal Trainers in Health and Fitness.
In this episode, Terrell breaks down his certifications, explains why over 73% of people fail at Weight Loss, and provides us tools to be SUCCESSFUL this time around!
Some of the resources
mentioned during this interview
Terrell Perry is the founder of SSP Fitness, LLC. Contact Terrell Perry at:
Facebook Page - @sspfitnessllcWebsite - www.sspfitness.com
cHub007 – Blame vs Responsibility
"So, when someone comes at you in anger -- even if you have done something to intentionally harm or hurt them - their anger is theirs, not yours. You may have provoked it, but you can't own it because it's not yours in the first place. If it's not yours, you can't reasonably blame yourself, for it. Of course, you can, and should be responsible to it, and that responsibility then breeds accountability, which promotes clear, clean and balanced communication with both ourselves and others..." (Formica, 2019)
When we allow ourselves walk and live in Blame, we are basically saying "I AM bad" or "Something is wrong with ME". However, when we walk in Responsibility, we are saying "I DID something bad" or "Something I did (or said) was wrong", there is a difference that we must understand in order to live our best lives and have healthy interactions with others.
Check our Episode cHub007 - "Blame vs Responsibility" for ways how to life free from the 'Blame-Game' and mature as a person of 'Responsibility'
See some of the reference links: .
Terrell Perry interview
This interview was very informative. I appreciate knowing the difference between a trainer and a lifestyle nutritional fitness instructor. I love your interview skills! Thank you for not talking over your interviewee. Lastly, I’m glad that you had Terrell elaborate on things the listener may not have known. For example, the degrees he mentioned in the beginning of this episode; you interjected and had him explain each certification. I realized that is this a lifestyle change and not just a seasonal one.
Thank you soooo much,
Good material. Jeff’s voice and delivery is very natural and enjoyable to listen to. I look forward to hearing more