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On "The Process" podcast I interview Olympic champions, inspirational leaders, best-selling authors, communication experts, mindset gurus, and other high achievers across various fields in order to learn and share with you the systems and processes they use in their own life that has led them to happiness, fulfillment, health and wealth.

What if the sources of discontent in your life are not "you" problems but are instead "process" problems?

The Process with Brad Wilson The Process

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On "The Process" podcast I interview Olympic champions, inspirational leaders, best-selling authors, communication experts, mindset gurus, and other high achievers across various fields in order to learn and share with you the systems and processes they use in their own life that has led them to happiness, fulfillment, health and wealth.

What if the sources of discontent in your life are not "you" problems but are instead "process" problems?

    Entrepreneurship and Motivation with Rocco Cozza #32

    Entrepreneurship and Motivation with Rocco Cozza #32

    On today’s episode I have with me Rocco Cozza.

    Rocco is a business lawyer who has owned and invested in more than a dozen different businesses.

    He’s one of those genuine, lifelong entrepreneur’s who was born with business-building in his blood.

    He’s also an author (Despite the fact that he never used to think of himself as being creative), mentor, course creator, podcaster, coach, and a genuinely kind and generous man.

    In our conversation, you’ll learn:

    How Rocco uses proven systems and blind faith to reach his goals.
    Why being a newly graduated lawyer doesn’t automatically make you a real estate expert (Much to young Rocco’s chagrin).
    Why Rocco wishes he would have invested in coaches and courses decades ago.

    And much more.

    Without any further ado, here's my conversation with Rocco Cozza.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    The Art of Creation with C.C. Chapman #31

    The Art of Creation with C.C. Chapman #31

    On today’s show my guest is author, speaker, performer, photographer, blogger … CREATOR C.C. Chapman.

    C.C. came on my radar through my assistant, Peter.

    Peter somehow happened to come across a YouTube video of C.C. speaking at a conference and told me, “I really think you ought to watch this guy’s video, Brad.”

    So I did.

    I was sitting at Starbucks watching C.C.’s keynote with my headphones on and had to fight down the urge to stand up and yell, “YES!!!”.

    It’s pretty safe to say that the things C.C. creates and talks about resonate with me on a pretty deep level … which is why I was so pumped when he accepted my invitation to come on the podcast and speak with me.

    In our conversation, you’ll learn:

    - Why acting hope even when you’re not feeling it is a pretty big deal.
    - Why “Just Do It” is a pretty incredible motto for life.
    - How to find and connect with your tribe.
    - Why you should take the leap and create that thing in your brain even if a million other people have already made something similar.
    - And much more.

    So without any further ado, it is with my profound honor to bring to you my conversation with C.C. Chapman.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Changing Your Life with Empathy Runs with William Pullen #30

    Changing Your Life with Empathy Runs with William Pullen #30

    On today’s show I have with me author, Ted Talk’er, and psychotherapist William Pullen.

    William employs a unique style of therapy that he calls “running therapy”, where his sessions are conducted outdoors in the sunlight and his patients are given the opportunity to move around and get the blood flowing instead of laying or sitting on a couch for an hour.

    William and I dive deeply into his practice, as well the events that drew him to therapy and wanting to make an impact on people’s lives in the first place.

    In my conversation with William, you’ll learn:

    How to actionably incorporate empathy running in your own life.
    Just how terrifying it feels to KNOW you’re giving a Ted talk.
    Why moving forward and making decisions is way more valuable than trying to predict the future.
    And much more!

    So without any further ado, here’s my conversation with William Pullen.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Believing Bigger and Thriving Through Disruption with Marshawn Evans Daniels #29

    Believing Bigger and Thriving Through Disruption with Marshawn Evans Daniels #29

    On today’s show I have with me Marshawn Evans Daniels.

    She’s a former Miss America finalist, a Georgetown graduated attorney, high-powered entrepreneur, TV commentator, and was also contestant on “The Apprentice”.

    Marshawn is the author of the book, “Believe Bigger: Discover the Path to Your Life Purpose”.

    Simply speaking, she does a lot of amazing, amazing, things.

    One of the themes that she writes about in her book and we discuss in this show is disruption.

    If you REALLY want your life to change, what you’re asking for is disruption … and disruption is very often not a pretty or a comfortable thing. It tears down your current vision of your future and replaces it with something you cannot even imagine.

    For Marshawn, the unasked for disruption that blew her own internal story to smithereens came in the form of discovering her fiance had been unfaithful to her 6 days before her wedding and directly AFTER she had dismantled a multi-million dollar talent management company she had built from the ground up.

    That disruption put Marshawn on the path of inspiring and empowering millions of people and finding THE person she was destined to spend the rest of her life with.

    We cover all of this plus:

    - How-to effectively hire and collaborate with members of your team.
    - How-to maximize your strengths instead of constantly covering up your weaknesses.
    - The power of daily journaling (And how to ensure you get maximum bang for your buck in your daily practice)
    And much more.

    So without any further ado, here’s my conversation with Marshawn Evans Daniels.

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Being Present and Reducing Mental Anguish with Ernest Svendsen #28

    Being Present and Reducing Mental Anguish with Ernest Svendsen #28

    Today’s guest on "The Process" is the author of the book “How to End the Stories that Screw Up Your Life”, Ernest Svendsen.

    In our brains we tell many, often contradictory, stories about who it is that we are.

    Many of these stories cause us anxiety, anger, frustration, jealousy, and a host of other negative feelings.

    But what if they’re not really true? And what if there were an actionable system that allowed us to turn those stories into dust so that we could dramatically reduce our own internal suffering?

    Good news, there is!

    It’s called “The Work of Byron Katie”, it’s freely available on the world wide web at http://thework.com/en/do-work and it’s at the core of Ernest’s book.

    In our conversation, you'll learn:

    - The only capital T truth that Ernest has found in the world -->
    Why vulnerability is often the strongest position we can take -->
    The process and benefits of regular self-inquiry -->
    And much more.

    Before I “without any further ado”, I just want to take a moment to mention how special this interview was to me.

    In our interview Ernest told me he regularly finds himself feeling love for the strangers he meets in his day-to-day life at coffee shops, restaurants, etc.

    And I can say that, without a doubt, despite the fact Ernest and I were were thousands of miles away from one another and communicating through a computer screen and microphone, I could tangibly feel Ernest’s immense love.

    Which to me was powerful and memorable, and it’s my sincerest hope that you feel it to.

    Because a little more love makes the world a much better place.

    Without any further ado, here’s my conversation with Ernest Svendsen.

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    • 1 hr 21 min
    Mental Strength and Resilience with Andrew Wittman #27

    Mental Strength and Resilience with Andrew Wittman #27

    Today on the show I have with me Andrew Wittman. Andrew is a certifiable badass.

    He was a special agent in charge of Nancy Pelosi’s security detail, was Joe Lieberman’s lead advance agent, and has personally protected Hilary Clinton, Benjamin Netanyahu, Sir Elton John and many others.

    He’s the founder of GetWarriorTough.com and the author of “Ground Zero Leadership: CEO of You” and “The Seven Secrets of Resilience for Parents: Navigating the Stress of Parenthood”.

    Andrew is pretty much the prototypical guest for “The Process”, as there is a tangible reason behind every single action he takes in his life whether it’s coaching his clients, writing his next book, or raising his kids.

    He just doesn’t have a lot of wasted motions.

    To listen to my conversation with Andrew Wittman, click that download or stream button right now.

    In this episode you’ll learn:

    - How your language determines your life trajectory.
    - How-to “burn your boats” and truly, TRULY commit to your dreams.
    - How you can use social drivers to remove distractions.

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    • 1 hr 20 min

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Cozzar ,

Awesome podcast! A must listen

Brad is such an awesome interviewer and has such cool guests on. I highly recommend the podcast!

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It's now a part of my process

I look forward to and listen to this podcast every friday evening as my transition from my hectic work week to my enjoyable weekend. It puts into perspective the important things in life by showing you what the grass on the other side really looks like. It shows you the process that people use to be successful on a day to day basis. It affirms that if I work hard and am dedicated to my craft, I too will be successful.

The guests have often faced some of the most difficult challenges and overcome them to achieve success. They share the processes and methods they used to get over these challenges and describe the ones they routinely use to maximize their efforts.

I highly recommend this podcast. Do yourself a favor, take a moment and listen to this podcast.

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