Austin Bollinger is the founder of Daily New Year’s, a blog and podcast dedicated to helping people achieve massive success in their lives every day through the power of daily goal setting. Austin is on a mission to build a community of Goal Getters—a group of people who are focused on becoming Better Every day and living life to the fullest. His aim is to help inspire people around the world to take massive action towards their dreams every day, not just for a few weeks at the beginning of each year. Meet him at
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For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Let’s talk about energy, shall we? Energy has been at the top of my mind lately. I’m the kind of guy who’s up at 4, crushing goals, kicking butt at work, working on special projects—you name it. Usually, I’m full of energy. But lately, my energy has been at an all-time low, and, to be honest, it stresses me out. Maybe it’s the COVID-19 pandemic, the quarantine, a brand new job, missing the gym, or lacking my normal routine—who knows—but I’ve felt completely drained for the past two or three months. So, when Stephanie Scheller reached out about coming on the podcast to talk about energy, I was pumped! Stephanie is an expert when it comes to investing energy in things that give you a positive energy ROI, and we’re diving into it today. Are you feeling drained? Low on energy? Do you wish you had more energy to do the things you enjoy? I hope you’ll join Stephanie and me for this exciting discussion. I needed this chat, and trust me, quarantine or not, you probably need to hear this too. So, what do you say? Join us? Let’s do this! Show Notes  — Getting to know Stephanie Scheller – [02:32]  — Appreciating Your Past Because of Your Present – [06:02]  — Finding Happiness and Changing Directions in Life – [09:17]  — How Pursuing Goals Reveals New Opportunities – [12:48]  — Stephanie’s Story of Being a Non-Finisher – [15:30]  — The Negative Impact of Splitting Your Focus (Energy Anchors) – [17:57]  — The Perks and Benefits of Becoming a Finisher – [20:09]  — The Critical Importance of Building Momentum – [22:59]  — One Big Tip for Becoming a Finisher Today (Celebrate!!) – [24:49]  — Build Your Finishing Muscle, Start Small – [26:26]  — Stephanie’s Energy Advantage (How to Invest Energy) – [28:44]  — How to Stop Feeling Drained & Gain More Energy – [36:42]  — Where Does Energy Come From (It’s Not Always Sleep) – [41:29]  — The Crucial Importance of Goal Setting – [44:07]  — Passion Creates Action, and Action Creates Results – [46:08]  — The Monthly Inner CEO Meeting – [46:38]  — What You Focus on Expands – [48:48]  — Connecting with Stephanie – [49:32]
For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Hey, what’s up, everyone! Welcome back to another episode of the Daily New Year’s podcast. Today we’re talking to someone who lives her life on the go. Some part of me has always wanted to live in an RV while traveling the country, and Glenda Hoon Russell of the Status Foe is doing just that, but that’s not all she’s doing. I don’t want to spoil her story, but after the passing of both her parents, both of which were newly retired and “ready to start living,” Glenda and her husband, Kris, decided that they wanted to start living life sooner rather than later. Why do we wait to live our lives after retirement? Why do so many of us fall victim to the status quo? How is it possible to find freedom at any stage in life? How can we afford to find freedom if we don’t have a huge savings account? Glenda Hoon Russell has found the answers to these questions and more, and she’s sharing them with us here, on the Daily New Year’s Podcast. Are you ready to ditch the status quo? Are you ready to find your freedom so that you can start living TODAY? Tune in and enjoy this exciting episode of the podcast. Here we go! Show Notes  — Getting to Know Glenda Hoon Russell, Her Story – [02:19]  — Don’t Wait to Live Your Life, Start Living Now – [04:27]  — Glenda’s Intro to the RV Life, More Adventure, More Living – [07:06]  — The Status Foe: How to Ditch the Status Quo – [10:26]  — Defining Freedom and Exploring the Two Types of Freedom – [13:33]  — Glenda’s 3 Cornerstones to Freedom  —  — Achieve Financial Independence – [15:41]  —  — Minimalism: How to Make Room in Your Life for More of What You Want – [22:42]  —  — Mindfulness: How to be More Present in Life – [23:56]  — One Extraordinary Exercise to Build Your Dream Life – [25:48]  — Build Your Ideal Deal One Thing at a Time, Start Small – [30:50]  — The Five Buddist Remembrances (I Am Dying) – [34:05]  — Self Improvement and Personal Growth is a Continuous Journey – [41:02]  — Goal Settings Role in Glenda’s Life – [45:27]  — Feeling Stuck? Find Your Spark and Fuel Your Fire – [47:09]  — Glenda’s Mantra: Kindness Wins – [50:54]  — Connecting with Glenda & Her New Book – [53:58]
What’s going on, everyone! Welcome to another episode of the Daily New Year’s Podcast. Every other Wednesday I love delivering life-changing, exciting, and actionable content to people just like you—people who could be doing anything right now, but you’re here, investing your time in this podcast. I Zoom with interesting people—people far wiser than myself—about how they came to be where they are today. Success, failure, strategy, trial-and-error, inspiration, motivation, focus—I like to cover it all so that you can apply life lessons from people around the world to your own life, and today I’m going deep with Tyler Christensen. Tyler slowly became overweight over the course of 20 years and woke up one day to find himself in the “morbidly obese” classification. His wife was concerned and had an intervention with Tyler. She was concerned about his health. “It wasn’t because I wasn’t trying—it wasn’t because I didn’t care about my wife or my kids—it’s because I hadn’t found the right formula for success yet. And so, I recommitted to her that night, ‘okay, that I was going to make some changes in my life.'” And make changes he did. Tyler struggled for several months as he looked a the successful weight-loss formula and when he found it, he lost 102 pounds in one year. Weight loss, health, and fitness look different to everyone, but in this episode, we’re going to explore Tyler’s story, talk about his failures, and dig into his successes. Are you ready for a surge of inspiration? Are you ready to hear Tyler’s incredible story? If so, let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Tyler, The Cliffnotes Version – [02:47]  — Tyler’s Struggle with Obesity (306 pounds at 6 feet tall) – [03:47]  — The Long Road to a Weight Loss Mindset – [04:58]  — 20 Years of Trying, Interventions, and Experimentation – [06:07]  — Summer Time Success, Losing 100 Pounds in One Year – [08:07]  — Looking Beyond Short Term Events for Long Term Motivation – [11:05]  — The Power of an Accountability Partner – [12:28]  — Sometimes You Just Have to Throw Your Goals Out the Window – [14:14]  — Finding Opportunites in Uncomfortable Places – [17:14]  — Ignore the Fluctuations, What Matters is the Trend – [18:51]  — The Secret to Maintaining Long Term Success – [23:22]  — How the Brain Learns More During Activity – [26:41]  — The Many Myths of Losing Weight – [28:30]  — Tyler’s Side Hustle as a Celebrity Web Designer – [30:12]  — The Power of Goal Setting in Tyler’s Life – [35:36]  — Tyler’s One Piece of Actionable Advice: Try Something New – [37:21]  — The Importance of Leaving a Legacy – [40:19]  — Connecting with Tyler – [41:38]
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Feb 6th, 1988
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States of America
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