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Sometimes life is just hard. No matter how hard we try and how much energy we devote life may not want to cooperate. It’s during times like these, that we may start to question our dreams, our efforts, and our reasoning for even attempting to w
Are you having a hard time getting your idea off the ground? Or are you constantly stuck in a cycle of self-doubt? You may need to adjust the way you speak to yourself is it a show we talk about our internal dialogue and how to make it work in
Having a strong sense of purpose can be the difference between staying on track and falling off. In today’s show we discuss ways to develop and utilize our purpose to benefit others.Don’t forget to visit our website and let us know what you tho
Have you ever wondered why some ideas become big and others don’t? Or why some people tend to go really far and others seem to get stuck? It may have less to do with the individual and more to do with who they surround themselves with. In today
Can you see it? Can you envision your future? Can you imagine yourself as the person you aim and hope to be in the future? If not, it’s probably because you haven’t taken the time to actually think about it, and put the pen to the pad and creat
In today’s show we focus on flipping the word “accountability” and learn to see it as a positive tool to help us reach out goals. The inspiration for today show comes from a book called Uncommon “Accountability: A Radial New Approach to Greater
How would you describe this past year? What have you learned? Was it a good year? In today’s show we talk about overcoming the challenges of this past year and what tools we intend to utilize to make 2023 an even more productive one.
When you make a decision, is it a sound strategy or are you “betting” that the risk is worth the effort. In today’s show we take a look at three key points from Annie Dukes book “Thinking in Bets”.  We look at how changing our perspective can b
It’s so easy to get caught up and wanting to do things exact way that we want them done. They can be just as easy to overlook what the client is actually asking for. Is it a Shelby talk about creating experiences that fit the needs of your clie
Wouldn’t things be easier if people just always took our word? Turns out that’s not always the case when it comes to convincing people of the value you bring. In today’s show I pull a couple tips from Jonah Berger’s book, “The Catalyst” to put
Continuing with the three part keys to success series, today, we talk about the importance of having a long-term vision.
It seems that the more we grow as individuals and service providers the more our business grows. In today’s show we talk about how important it is to always find ways to improve your business, service, and self.
On today’s show I share one of the biggest keys that have led to the most success for 3 Pillars so far. We were talking about relationships and how building them requires us to take a step back and see people as people rather than customers. I
How many times have we been told to be patient? How many times did we actually listen? Leave your thoughts on today’s show in the comments or feel free to send a message on our website at Www.3pillarsfitllc.com
On today’s show I talk about the new opportunities that have come about and how my mishaps gave way to better understanding of being prepared. I hope someone out there can relate. Visit our website: 3pillarsfitllc.comThank you for listening and
In today’s podcast I pretty much wrapped up last weeks scenario. I go into greater detail and actually tell what the drama was of the previous week. It was transformative to say the least. And gave me a lot to reflect on. Also if you’re interes
In today’s podcast I will talk about a real recent struggle that occurred last week. Awkward enough the timing coincided with me finding a book called three magic words. I will explain all of the drama and how this book fits! This will be part
It’s been a while since the last podcast. Actually, it’s been more than a year. In this episode we will give some brief insight into what we’ve been up to. I hope everyone is safe, healthy, and happy. Please enjoy the show. Let me know what you
I hope everyone is doing well! After taking a few weeks off, it feels good to be back! In todays show I'll share one of the biggest lessons I learned this past year! Connections are everything!
Are you living the life you want to live? Are you moving toward your goals? If the answer is no to either of these questions, this show is for you! This is an interview we did with with Coach Meichelle Gibson! She helped us shine some light on
Life has plenty of unexpected turns. It can almost seem down right cruel at times. But with the right outlook any situation can be overcome. Follow on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006278042654Or visit the website:www.3pfi
In most instances we all can agree that losing sucks. Failing is avoided at all cost, and all we want to do is win! But what happens when things don't go our way? What happens when the plan is almost perfect? Is there a way to walk away from th
What separates those who hit their target and marks from those who continually fall short? It may not be their physical attributes or condition but something more fundamental and somewhat simple. Purpose! If we look at all of the biggest names
We hear all the time about how we could change the quality of our lives by simply choosing to think new thoughts and make different decisions. But, those of us who have tried, can vouch that it is not as easy and clear cut in practice. In today
From time to time it's good to reflect. There are so many instances from our past that demonstrate our growth and development. So many lessons that can be applied to our current lives. In today's episode we talk about turning ideas into reality
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