42 episodes

This podcast has moved to the "Self-Help (ful)" podcast! Go find it there.
- You are driven. But have you ever asked yourself, "How did I get here?", or, “Is this the best there is for me?” Me too, and as you'll hear in this podcast, most of today's greatest influencers and leaders once found themselves at the same place. The solution is alignment; getting clarity on what is driving you and ensuring you are in agreement it is taking you where you want. I'm Kevin Miller, host of three podcasts (52 million downloads including my True Life and The Ziglar Show podcasts), past pro cyclist, founder of multiple businesses, father of nine, and upcoming author (McGraw Hill, Feb. 2022). Join me and my guests as we steer ourselves to abundance and peace. KevinMiller.co

What Drives You Kevin Miller

    • Education
    • 4.7 • 36 Ratings

This podcast has moved to the "Self-Help (ful)" podcast! Go find it there.
- You are driven. But have you ever asked yourself, "How did I get here?", or, “Is this the best there is for me?” Me too, and as you'll hear in this podcast, most of today's greatest influencers and leaders once found themselves at the same place. The solution is alignment; getting clarity on what is driving you and ensuring you are in agreement it is taking you where you want. I'm Kevin Miller, host of three podcasts (52 million downloads including my True Life and The Ziglar Show podcasts), past pro cyclist, founder of multiple businesses, father of nine, and upcoming author (McGraw Hill, Feb. 2022). Join me and my guests as we steer ourselves to abundance and peace. KevinMiller.co

    What Drives You Notice

    What Drives You Notice

    If you got value from the What Drives You podcast, join me, Kevin Miller, in the Self-Help(ful) podcast where I've combined all my podcasts into one and bring new episodes to you every Mon/Wed/Fri!

    • 55 sec
    What Drives Your Work | Part 2

    What Drives Your Work | Part 2

    #41: In this episode of What Drives You I continue on the topic of what drives your work and read through a bunch of listener comments that bring up a lot of incredibly relevant perspectives I feel will greatly benefit you and help you immensely enhance the depth of the drive you have for your work.

    • 48 min
    What Drives Your Work

    What Drives Your Work

    #40: Most will say money, then purpose, but what you’ll discover in this episode is this is akin to saying you like a romantic interest for their ears or nose, and it’s not enough to truly motivate us and inspire us to jump out of bed with joy for our work in the morning. Chances are, when you uncover what your real drive for work is and what you want it to be, it will give you new glasses in greatly increased fulfillment for why you work.

    • 31 min
    What Drives Your Relationships

    What Drives Your Relationships

    #39: In this episode of the What Drives You podcast I asked the audience, “What reasons drive you to pursue relationships and relational health? What is your motivation?” Only five people responded. Two weeks prior for episode 37 I asked, “What reasons drive you to exercise and eat well and increase and/or maintain your health and wellness?” and over 70 people responded. Which is intriguing, as we know statistically the primary drive of all humanity is relationships. The results here don’t contradict this truth, but instead reveal that even as it is our primary desire, we are often the least, specifically clear, on what we want out of our relationships and why. Let’s talk about it.

    • 32 min
    Richard Leider: How To Understand Your Purpose

    Richard Leider: How To Understand Your Purpose

    #38: There is no end to the content about purpose, so much so I fear it’s seldom compelling anymore. Yet purpose proves to be the pinnacle of fulfillment. The holy grail, the fountain of youth, enlightenment, nirvana. As we as a culture fall further into depression and suicide, Rabbi Daniel Lapin stated the opposite of depression is purpose. I believe it is the ultimate driver of all we do, or want to do. So I bring you an expert. Richard Leider is widely viewed as a pioneer of the global purpose movement and is actually referred to as “the pope of purpose”. PBS had him do a special called The Power of Purpose and he has eleven books and three best sellers. In this episode I dive in, getting to what I feel are the root issues on purpose that will help you grasp and embrace it further. We get into defining “calling” and “gifts” and I felt the conversation was just tremendous. You can find more on Richard at richardleider.com and he has a wonderful new book titled, Who Do You Want To Be When You Grow Old?: The Path of Purposeful Aging, that I’ll tell you is not for older people, it’s for all of us. He makes a profound distinction between getting older...and growing older.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    What Drives Your Health And Wellness

    What Drives Your Health And Wellness

    #37: We all have a level of health and wellness that is a result of our drive. Of what is motivating us. We have a reason. What is it? And are we in agreement with it? Just as important as our literal physical health, maybe more, is our peace about ourselves in regards to it. In episode #7 of this What Drives You podcast, Nov. 6, 2020, I talked through where we find life fulfillment and why. The first category I listed was health and wellness. Our physical selves. I don’t list this first to say it’s most important, but I’d say it’s arguably first, sequentially. If our bodies are unwell we are less capable of doing or being much good. I asked my audience, “What reasons drive you to exercise and eat well and increase and/or maintain your health and wellness?” Over 70 comments. I’m going to talk through the issue and share some comments.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Sohma Rae ,

Excellent Podcast

Kevin helps stimulate deep thought in the things that matter most!

Meek2342 ,

Who’s the guest?

This is my first time listening to this particular podcast and I am not quite sure who was the guest and who was the host. They seem to be battling for who knew the most information and the host was saying things that the guest didn’t agree with. There was also a lot of over talking and you can almost hear the gas sighing at different points. It was very odd. The topic was good but the host kept sharing information that the guests did not agree with.

RB Williams ,

Kevin Miller Does It Again!

This podcast is the icing on the cake for Kevin Miller. The wisdom he shares is a recipe for self-success!

Top Podcasts In Education

Mel Robbins
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson
Jordan Harbinger
The Atlantic
TED
Rich Roll

You Might Also Like

More by Kevin Miller