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Cole Raven truly embodies the entrepreneurial spirit. He knew he wasn’t meant to be in a 9-to-5 desk job, working for somebody else. He’d always had a passion for travel and independence and building his own thing. So, when the opportunity came to leave his W-2 and commit fully to the startup he’d cofounded, the decision was easy. Cole is the cofounder of Podchaser, the leading podcast directory and destination for podcast discovery, ratings and reviews, creator credits, playlists and search. The startup was founded in 2016 by a small team of podcast enthusiasts, with the goal of creating the ultimate, platform-agnostic database. Cole’s independent spirit extends to his lifestyle; he is currently training for obstacle course races and traveling the country full-time in an RV! In addition, Cole earns passive income as the owner of five Airbnb properties. On this episode of Men on Purpose, Cole joins Emerald to explain how the lack of discoverability called Cole and his cofounders to serve the podcasting community. He shares the Podchaser origin story, discussing how the team formed through a Reddit forum, how they knew they had a good business concept, and what they did to raise $500K in seed funding in eight months. Listen in for Cole’s insight on using Podchaser to find and share shows that fit your podcast personality and learn how to take small steps every day to become the person you want to be! What You Will Learn How the lack of discoverability called Cole to serve podcasters How the Podchaser team formed through a Reddit forum How the Podchaser team raised $500K in eight months Podchaser’s plans to monetize through a SaaS subscription model Cole’s role at Podchaser in marketing and product development How Cole’s entrepreneurial mindset prepared him to quit his 9-to-5 What inspired Cole to earn passive income through Airbnb The impetus for Cole and his wife to travel the country in an RV Cole’s invitation for listeners to create a user profile on Podchaser The consistency and commitment it takes to stay fit and healthy Connect with Cole Raven Podchaser Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Emerald on Instagram Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Resources Reddit Airbnb This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
With great power comes great responsibility. If you’re leading a $40M real estate development, there’s a lot riding on your ability to meet deadlines, get approval from powerful people, and secure investors for the project. So, how do you manage the pressure of all that weight on your shoulders? How do you stay calm through the ups and downs, developing the passion and the patience to build something great? Evan Holladay is a commercial real estate developer, investor and podcast host. He serves as the Development Director for LDG Development where he sources workforce affordable housing in major metropolitan areas, and Evan did over $100M in new construction development in the past year. His show, the Monumental Podcast, explores mindset and motivation with BIG thinkers, entrepreneurs and visionaries who are shaping the future. Today, Evan joins Emerald to explain how he was called to serve through real estate and the way a development can positively impact a community. He describes the passion and patience required to build something great, the role of a strong vision in staying committed to a project, and the value in celebrating the wins as they come. Evan shares his commitment to sustainability and the environment, discussing his involvement with the Kentucky Waterways Alliance. Listen in for Evan’s insight on coping with pressure and responsibility through intentional goal-setting and a daily meditation practice. What You Will Learn How Evan was called to serve through real estate development How a development can purposefully impact a community The passion and patience required to build something great The role of vision in staying committed to a project How Evan leverages intentional goal-setting to navigate challenges How meditation is a game-changer for Evan in dealing with stress Evan’s decision to stay in action and move forward with his podcast How Evan celebrates wins with impromptu dancing in the kitchen Evan’s advice around sharing celebrations with other people Evan’s commitment to sustainability and the environment Connect with Evan Holladay Evan’s Website Monumental Podcast Resources Time to Make Your Mark Mentorship Application Kentucky Waterways Alliance Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Adam Schaeuble hit rock bottom. His weight had ballooned to 327 pounds, and he was $40K in debt. He felt like a crap magnet. But after being introduced to the Law of Attraction, Adam created a Lifestyle Rehabilitation Statement and read it out loud every day for five years, taking consistent action until he’d accomplished every goal he’d set for himself.   Inspired by his own transformation, Adam created a bootcamp program and helped his community in Bloomington, Indiana, lose 35K pounds! Today, Adam is taking his impact global, working to inspire 1M pounds of healthy results through his top-ranked fitness podcast, The Million Pound Mission, and his online academy and bootcamp programs.   Today, Adam joins Emerald to share the power of creating your own Lifestyle Rehabilitation Statement and explain how the pursuit of personal growth helped him claim his power. He offers insight on supporting big dreams with a process for taking consistent action and making an impact rather than a buck. Listen in to understand why it’s important to pause for a moment of pride when you reach important milestones and learn how Adam leverages mentorship to learn from others and share his expertise. What You Will Learn How hitting rock bottom inspired Adam to overhaul his life How Adam’s ability to connect with people informs his purpose How Adam leveraged the Law of Attraction to choose change The value of personal growth in learning to claim your power How Adam created a Lifestyle Rehabilitation Statement Why Adam backed each of his goals with an emotion The power of word and sound in reinforcing action The parallels between feeding your body and mind Adam’s insight on supporting big dreams with a process Adam’s intention to serve as a hero for the average person How to achieve clarity by considering the impact of your actions Adam’s strategy of finding people who’ve achieved what he wants Adam’s strengths in mentoring people who want to lose weight The significance of pausing to celebrate checkpoints   Connect with Adam Schaeuble The Million Pound Mission The Million Pound Mission Podcast   Resources The Secret Film Unique Ability: Creating the Life You Want by Catherine Nomura, Julia Waller and Shannon Waller Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
“As we get older and we go down that path of the hero’s journey, fear and resistance become the indicator that we’re going in the right direction. So, when the soul’s gatekeepers show up, it tells me, ‘You’re following your calling. Good for you.’” Jeffrey Shaw is a nationally acclaimed keynote speaker and host of the popular business podcast Creative Warriors. He also serves as a business coach for entrepreneurs, small business owners and service-based professionals, helping them attract and retain ideal customers by way of the innovative marketing strategy outlined in his bestselling book, LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer’s Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible. Prior to 2009, Jeffrey enjoyed a 25-year career as one of the top portrait photographers in the country, earning $1M in annual revenue as a solopreneur. Today, Jeffrey sits down with Emerald to share his experience transitioning from sought-after portrait photographer to business coach for the uncommon entrepreneur. He explains the idea of the soul’s gatekeepers, discussing how he uses fear and resistance as an indicator that he is on the right path. Jeffrey describes how his introversion is an advantage, giving him regular practice in exercising courage as well as empathy and compassion. Listen in for Jeffrey’s theory of creativity born from chaos and learn how to set parameters based on your purpose and the people you want to serve. What You Will Learn Jeffrey’s insight around reigniting your purpose later in life Jeffrey’s mission to fight for the uncommon entrepreneur Why Jeffrey left his career as a photographer for coaching Jeffrey’s idea of the soul’s gatekeepers How Jeffrey sees resistance as something to walk toward Why Jeffrey views his introversion as an advantage How practice managing unnatural situations helps speakers How Jeffrey leverages architectural design for creative inspiration The benefit of giving yourself permission to chase squirrels Jeffrey’s theory that creativity comes from chaos How Jeffrey sets parameters based on the people he wants to serve Why Jeffrey sometimes says NO to things he wants to do Connect with Jeffrey Shaw Jeffrey’s Website Jeffrey on Facebook Jeffrey on Twitter Jeffrey on LinkedIn Creative Warriors Podcast Resources Lingo Media Kit LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer’s Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible by Jeffrey Shaw The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity by Julia Cameron It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again: Discovering Creativity and Meaning at Midlife and Beyond by Julia Cameron ‘When Your Purpose is Out to Kill You’ in Huffington Post Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
It is a strange contradiction that the people most in need of help with their employee-sponsored retirement accounts have the least access to financial services, while Wall Street firms fight over high-net-worth individuals with vast investment assets. Chris Costello enjoyed a thriving career as a financial advisor, but it bothered him that his own mother and father were not wealthy enough to qualify as clients. So, he got together with two colleagues to build something for the 80M Americans without good options. Chris is the co-founder of Blooom, a revolutionary app designed to help every American fix their retirement account, leveraging technology to automate the analysis and reallocation of client 401(k)s. With 20-plus years of experience building individualized portfolios, Chris serves as one of the nation’s foremost experts on employee-sponsored retirement plans, and he was named among the Top Ten to Watch in 2016 by WealthManagement. Today, Chris sits down with Emerald to explain the inspiration for Blooom, discussing how the traditional model of financial advisory is broken. He shares the company’s intention to serve people with small accounts and describes why he and his co-founders are uniquely suited to take on this challenge. Chris also addresses how losing his dad to cancer strengthened his sense of purpose and why Blooom wants to help people pursue the things that feed their souls. Listen in for Chris’ insight on the deep fortitude necessary to be an entrepreneur and learn about his decision to make a contribution to the world by way of Blooom. What You Will Learn What inspired Chris and his co-founders to create Blooom The flaw in the traditional financial advisory business model Chris’ experience with friends who had DIY-ed their 401(k)s Blooom’s decision to ‘run toward’ people with small accounts How Chris is uniquely suited to solve this problem Why Chris and his co-founders chose the company name How losing his dad to cancer grounds Chris in his purpose Chris’ intention to help people retire and feed their souls Chris’ advice for aspiring entrepreneurs around doing good Connect with Chris Costello Blooom Resources Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell Betterment Wealthfront Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
As a Master Manifester, you have the power to attract abundance OR scarcity, depending on the thoughts you perpetuate. Ergo, gaining clarity around what you want and achieving a higher level of consciousness is key in inviting prosperity into your life. Iain Grae is the founder of Evolved Lyfe, a platform designed to raise the collective consciousness and help high-achievers, entrepreneurs and leaders effortlessly create wealth while making a larger impact in the world. A serial entrepreneur, Iain’s first major success came in 2002 with Innovation Ads, a marketing agency he grew from zero to 150 employees in three years. Iain is also the bestselling author of 10 Principles that Brought Me Millions and the owner of San Antonio Raceway & Cycle Ranch. He is passionate about sharing his understanding of human potential and helping others experience the phenomenon of Heaven on Earth. Today, Iain joins Emerald to explain how his capacity as a Master Manifester perpetuated both scarcity and abundance in his life, depending on his level of consciousness at the time. He walks us through his journey from victim to what calls the Flourishing Zone, a place where he is happy and thriving. Iain discusses how he overcame survival thinking and the culture of busyness though a mindfulness practice that helped him identify actions with impact. Listen in for Iain’s insight around the be-do-have-give theory of abundance and learn how to view your emotions as a gift. What You Will Learn How Iain learned he could be the master of his own destiny The difficult period when Iain’s self-worth took a hit How Iain went from poverty to millionaire in under 3 years The clarity necessary when you are a Master Manifester The different stages of consciousness Iain has experienced Why Iain documented the principles that created his success How Iain overcame survival thinking around ‘doing more’ Iain’s ‘where are my hands’ strategy to return to the present How depression helped Iain reconnect with himself Iain’s be-do-have-give philosophy of attracting abundance Iain’s insight around how our emotions can be gifts Connect with Iain Grae Evolved Lyfe Evolved Lyfe on Facebook Iain on YouTube Resources 10 Principles that Brought Me MILLIONS by Iain Grae Iain’s Free Millionaire Prowess Course Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Can you be a drill instructor AND a highly compassionate person? How do you reconcile a military background with a willingness to be vulnerable? What if it takes MORE courage and self-awareness to be a generous, heart-centered leader? Sean Douglas is an Air Force Veteran, TEDx Speaker, and Founder of The Success Corps, an academy designed to help entrepreneurs, speakers and business owners improve their positioning in the marketplace and increase their profitability while decreasing their anxiety and stress. He is also the host of Life Transformation Radio, a podcast dedicated to teaching people how to withstand, recover and grow through adversity. A suicide survivor himself, Sean is passionate about inspiring others to cultivate resilience and unlock their true potential. On this episode, Sean joins Emerald to explain how therapy helped him find the light in the darkness after his suicide attempt. He describes how he found his passion and purpose through speaking and serving as a drill instructor and why self-awareness is key in developing the courage to be compassionate. Listen in for Sean’s insight on conditioning the market to receive your service, seeking guidance from a ‘board of directors,’ and achieving success as a biproduct of the value you deliver! What You Will Learn Sean’s calling back to life after a suicide attempt How therapy helped Sean find the light in the dark How Sean found his purpose as a drill instructor The connection between self-awareness + compassion What made Sean choose to cease self-destruction Sean’s insight around heart-centered leadership How Sean conditions the market to receive his service How success is a biproduct of the value you deliver Why Sean seeks guidance from a ‘board of directors’ The value of mentors sharing their experiences Connect with Sean Douglas The Success Corps The Success Corps on Facebook The Success Corps on Instagram Sean on LinkedIn Sean on YouTube Sean’s TEDx Talk Life Transformation Radio Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Emerald on Instagram Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Resources Decisions: The Power to Overcome Self-Defeating Behaviors by Sean Michael Douglas Emerald on Life Transformation Radio Tony Robbins
Travel gives us the opportunity to explore new places and learn about other cultures. But it is also an opportunity to learn about yourself. In fact, Lane Belone contends that the experience of travel can be transformational, helping you grow as a person and develop a powerful sense of connection and worthiness. Lane is the creator of Increase Freedom, a program designed to help people transform their lives through travel and the power of alignment. A former US Army Special Forces Veteran, Lane has traveled to 36 counties on six continents, and now, he leverages that experience to coach clients in overcoming mental blocks and gaining life-changing clarity by way of breakthrough experiences abroad. On this episode, Lane joins Emerald to explain how intentional travel sets up the conditions for insight. He describes his own experiences in Peru and Tanzania, sharing his self-discoveries around connection and providing for others. Listen in for Lane’s advice on living in wonder rather than judgement and learn how to open yourself to opportunities for transformation through travel! What You Will Learn Lane’s decision to leverage travel to grow as a person How intentional travel sets up the conditions for insight How Lane’s Peru trip allowed him to release self-doubt What Lane learned about himself in climbing Kilimanjaro Lane’s insight around connection + providing for others How mastery of self leads to wonder over judgement Lane’s step-by-step process of making decisions Slow down thoughts Observe + take action Deal with details later Lane’s unique, macro approach to questioning challenges Connect with Lane Belone Increase Freedom Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Emerald on Instagram Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Resources Steven Kuhn on Men on Purpose EP071 This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
If I did this for the next 20 years, would I be satisfied? What’s your honest answer to that question? The truth is, most of us are simply not engaged at work. In fact, only 15% can say they are living on purpose. So, how do you go about finding and following your passion? And how do you make your purpose profitable? Dr. Ken Keis is the President and CEO of Consulting Resource Group International, the global leader in personal and professional assessments. A renowned expert in the realm of leadership, wellness and purpose, Dr. Ken has conducted more than 3,000 presentations and 10,000 hours of coaching to help others fulfill their potential.  He is also the author of Why Aren’t You More Like Me?, Deliberate Leadership, and The Quest for Purpose. On this episode, Ken joins Emerald to discuss what called him to help others live, lead and work on purpose and explain how he developed the courage to leave a ‘done deal’ to say YES to a higher calling. He offers advice on uncovering your purpose by exploring the things that energize you and surrounding yourself with a peer group that will take you to the next level. Listen in for Ken’s insight on building a profitable business that aligns with your strengths and values—and learn why purpose is crucial in making your highest-level contribution to the world. What You Will Learn What called Ken to help people live, lead and work on purpose Ken’s advice on developing the courage to leave a ‘done deal’ Ken’s insight on finding a peer group to take you next-level Ken’s insight around how to find and follow your purpose Accept where you’re at Autobiography journal Stay in it for long haul Protect from naysayers How to build a business that aligns with your strengths, values Why purpose is key in making your highest-level contribution Connect with Dr. Ken Keis Ken’s Website Free eBook The Quest for Purpose Secrets of Success Podcast Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Emerald on Instagram Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Resources Why Aren’t You More Like Me? Discover the Secrets to Understanding Yourself and Others by Ken Keis Deliberate Leadership: Creating Success Through Personal Style by Ken Keis and Mitch Javidi The Quest for Purpose, A Self-Discovery Process to Find It and Live It! by Ken Keis Dr. Terry Anderson Consulting Research Group CRG Assessments Ken’s Article on Relationships & Success What Color is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers by Richard N. Bolles Marshall Goldsmith Robert Kiyosaki Alan Weiss This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
What if you approached each day as if it were a game? Would you have more fun? Would you be inspired to WIN the day? Christopher Cumby is a sales and marketing expert, motivational speaker and high-performance trainer. He is the creator of the Kick A$$ Sales Game, a program that gamifies money-making to help salespeople, executives and entrepreneurs increase their sales revenue. Christopher also coaches and mentors business owners, CEOs and entrepreneurs, and he is the author of The Success Playbook, a roadmap for improving your personal and professional life. On this episode, Christopher joins Emerald to explain how he experienced his calling as a tap on the shoulder and how working in commission sales early on brought out his fun, competitive spirit. He offers insight into how he created the Kick A$$ Sales Game and shares his commitment to helping his clients succeed. Listen in to understand Christopher’s take on how adversity and friction bring out the best in us and learn how to take one step out of your comfort zone and win YOUR day! What You Will Learn How Christopher experienced his calling as a tap on the shoulder How Christopher’s introverted nature serves him in a sales role What led Christopher to gamify sales via the Kick A$$ Sales Game How adversity + friction bring out the best in us as we level up Christopher’s commitment to helping his clients achieve success How Christopher supports clients with a private network + app How a coach helped Christopher transition to commission sales Christopher’s insight around finding the magic inside yourself Christopher’s advice to look at yourself in the mirror for insight What Christopher means when he suggests we ‘win the day’ Connect with Christopher Cumby Christopher’s Website Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Emerald on Instagram Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Resources Free Copy of The Success Playbook Kick A$$ Sales Game Allan Wich Larunce Pipkin Neuro-Linguistic Programming Glen Metropolit Barefoot Wine Awaken the Giant Within: How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny by Tony Robbins This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
What keeps a Man on Purpose moving forward on the path to his calling, despite a feeling that he may not be good enough? For Devin Galaudet, it was a deep sense that he was out of alignment with his true self. Every time he pushed aside the story he was writing, he felt the shame of not just making a mistake—but being a mistake. And he knew he had to see the project through, whatever the outcome. Devin is the Editor-in-Chief of In the Know Traveler, an online travel magazine dedicated to international travel and cultural exchange. A travel writer with 14 years of experience, Devin has visited 85 countries, and his work has appeared in Huffington Post, TravelAge West, and the Citron Review, among many other publications. Devin’s memoir, 10,000 Miles with My Dead Father’s Ashes, hit bookshelves in September 2018. Today, Devin joins Emerald to share his path to becoming a published author, discussing the creative writing class that taught him to ‘keep digging’ despite the negative voices that said he wasn’t good enough. He explains how recognizing the pain of being out of alignment with himself kept him pushing forward and how the writing community helped him recommit to his calling again and again. Listen in for Devin’s insight on moving out of reaction mode into conscious creation of the life you want—and learn to celebrate your successes by being present in them! What You Will Learn How a creative writing class taught Devin to ‘keep digging’ How Devin moved forward despite the negative voices Devin’s recognition that he had to write to be in alignment Devin’s need to be in service to others in a community The impetus for Devin’s memoir about his father’s ashes How Devin shifted from reaction mode to conscious creation Devin’s goal to remarry his wife 100 times in 100 countries How Devin celebrates his successes by being present in them Connect with Devin Galaudet Devin’s Website Resources 10,000 Miles with My Dead Father’s Ashes by Devin Galaudet In the Know Traveler Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
“When one door closes, two others open. We need to understand that there’s a reason why things happen to us … and there is energy that helps us if we don’t fight it. There is opportunity in change.” Jacob Engel is the founder and CEO of The Prosperous Leader, a leadership training and consulting firm based in New York. He is also the author of The Prosperous Leader: How Smart People Achieve Success. Jacob’s leadership coaching philosophy is centered around the people that make up a company, and he encourages his clients to connect with and empower their employees. Jacob is a certified Positive Psychology Coach, Myers-Briggs Types Evaluator and 7 Habits Facilitator, and he is committed to helping everyone from the budding entrepreneur to C-suite leaders in large organizations. Today, Jacob joins Emerald to share the moment of clarity when he made it his mission to study business growth. He talks courage and community, explaining how an openness to learning coupled with mentor support helped him start his own successful company. Jacob also describes how the stock market crash led to the creation of his leadership training firm as well as his book. Listen in to understand the qualities of a prosperous leader and learn how to look for the opportunity in change! What You Will Learn Why Jacob made it his mission to study business growth What gave Jacob the courage to start his own company The role of community plays in Jacob’s ongoing success Jacob’s insight on the 3- to 5-year path to profitability How Jacob’s career grew out of the stock market crash The value in developing the skills to reinvent yourself The inspiration for Jacob’s book, The Prosperous Leader Jacob’s advice on embracing the abundance mentality Jacob’s take on looking for the opportunity in change Jacob’s attitude of gratitude for his impact on others Connect with Jacob Engel The Prosperous Leader YEDA LLC Jacob on LinkedIn Resources The Prosperous Leader: How Smart People Achieve Success by Jacob Engel Harvard Business Review Roy Cammarano The Covey Institute Vistage The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Everyone who is playing the game of life at a high level has support and guidance, someone in their corner who helps them make the necessary shifts to progress to the next level. After all, we can’t outrun our own blind spots, and a coach or mentor can offer a clear picture of what we are missing, facilitate the decision-making process, and even inspire us to appreciate and celebrate our successes—big and small. Shannon Graham is a motivational speaker, self-help author and success mentor with 15 years of experience helping individuals and businesses reach high-impact goals. Recognized as a leader in the coaching industry, Shannon has developed a number of transformative programs designed to tackle the hurdles of life and business. His most recent innovations include The Ultimate Lifestyle Intensive, a wildly popular weekend mentorship program that helps developing coaches fast-track their personal and professional success, and Legacy, his one-on-one coaching program and mastermind for visionary entrepreneurs. Today, Shannon joins Emerald to discuss his intuition-based decision-making process and offer his insight on decisiveness as an indicator of self-trust. He walks us through the value of coaching, explaining the two chief styles and when each proves most useful. Shannon shares his framework for making connections through Facebook, speaking to the importance of authenticity and presenting the highest, truest version of your message—even if it’s polarizing. Listen in for Shannon’s take on celebration as appreciation and his advice around striving for what feels impossible. What You Will Learn How Shannon makes decisions based on his gut and heart The pull of Shannon’s full-body YES Shannon’s insight on decisiveness as an indicator of self-trust Shannon’s personal source of support and guidance The two categories of coaching 0-60—global shifts 60-120—game of inches How Shannon’s coaching takes high-level players to the next level Shannon’s framework for connecting through Facebook Real version of self Polarizing message Shannon’s take on celebration as appreciation The concept of celebration as a practice in self-love Shannon’s advice around striving for what feels impossible Get clear on purpose Go for it with obedience Connect with Shannon Graham Shannon’s Website Shannon on Facebook Resources Graham in Forbes Suggest a Guest If you (or someone you know) are one of the worlds Magnificent Men On Purpose who should be considered for a guest spot on the show APPLY HERE: bit.ly/PitchMen Connect with Emerald GreenForest Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Welcome to Men on Purpose, a celebration of real men making a real difference. If you are interested in making your mark, in discovering your own highest purpose and taking action to build a lasting legacy, you have found the right podcast. In this introduction, your host, Emerald GreenForest, establishes her vision for the Men on Purpose podcast, discussing the qualities of the leading men she will feature on the show and how these interviews will inspire you in your own quest for meaning and influence. Emerald shares her credentials as an expert in creating conscious change, explaining how her son’s difficult teen years inspired her to serve men. Listen in and learn how Men on Purpose can give you the wisdom and insight to awaken your purpose—and become the visionary leader you are meant to be. Connect with Emerald GreenForest Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Deep down, most men know their calling—that’s not the problem. The problem is that too many of us ignore that calling and settle for mediocrity because we haven’t made the commitment to be true to ourselves. Jay Wong argues that we have a responsibility to share our gifts with the world, to tap into our strengths and craft a legacy that we can be proud of. Jay is the host of The Inner Changemaker, the number one self-help podcast on iTunes. A serial entrepreneur and business advisor, Jay was recently named one of the Top 40 Millennial Influencers to Follow in 2018. Jay is also a sought-after motivational speaker, regularly inspiring audiences of entrepreneurs and thought leaders to craft and share their legacies at some of the most prestigious conferences and seminars around the world. Today Jay joins Emerald to share the role commitment played in helping him develop the courage to attain his goals. He explains how he learned to tap into his aptitude for communication, discussing the responsibility we all have to be true to ourselves and share our gifts. Jay speaks to his podcast, sharing how it serves as a platform to help others spread their message while giving him the opportunity to learn from people he admires. Listen in for Jay’s insight on how to monetize your message and create a legacy of your own! What You Will Learn The role of commitment in developing your courage The responsibility you have to share your gifts with the world How Jay learned to tap into his gift for communication Jay’s insight around providing value to coaches in exchange for their mentorship How Jay views his podcast as a life hack to learn from his heroes How a conversation about focusing on the business of his message changed Jay’s life  The value in helping others spread their message How to deepen relationships with mentors and coaches Jay’s mission to help people monetize their message How Jay is empowering people to craft and create their legacies Connect with Jay Wong The Inner Changemaker Jay on Twitter Jay on Facebook Jay’s Podcast Creation Roadmap Resources Strategic Coach Stephanie Joanne Jessica Walman Suggest a Guest If you (or someone you know) are one of the worlds Magnificent Men On Purpose who should be considered for a guest spot on the show APPLY HERE: bit.ly/PitchMen Connect with Emerald GreenForest Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Part of the appeal of entrepreneurship lies in the freedom it affords us to build the life we want. Yet many of us end up overwhelmed and overworked, stuck in an endless cycle of busy. How can we create a fulfilling business AROUND our lives? How can we design a truly extraordinary life filled with deep connection and adventure? Nathan Seaward enjoyed a 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach who focuses on helping entrepreneurs create extraordinary lives for themselves and their families. Nathan also serves as the host of The Nathan Seaward Show podcast, and he is the author of the book Extraordinary Life. Nathan joins Emerald to share his insight around confidence as a result of rather than a precursor to action. He explains how coming out taught him the value of authenticity and how to get comfortable with the discomfort caused by fear. Nathan discusses the value of coaching in guiding you through the decision-making process, describing how it allows you to share your truth without any obligation to take action. Listen in for Nathan’s approach to incorporating adventure and deep connection—and learn how to live an extraordinary life! What You Will Learn Nathan’s insight around confidence as the result of courage How coming out taught Nathan the value of authenticity How to get comfortable with the discomfort caused by fear Nathan’s advice around sitting with the fear until it passes How Nathan made the decision to leave his coveted career as a pilot How coaching can support you in the decision-making process The benefit of coaching in allowing you to share your truth How Nathan helps entrepreneurs create a business around their lives   Why Nathan plays the long game in his coaching practice Nathan’s approach to living an extraordinary life Business, mission that pulls forward More love, deeper connection Adventure and excitement Inner peace How Nathan creates an intentional space for the creative process How Nathan makes a conscious effort to celebrate his WINS Connect with Nathan Seaward Nathan’s Website Nathan on Facebook Nathan on Twitter The Nathan Seaward Show Resources Extraordinary Life by Nathan Seaward Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
How do you develop the courage to call out a broken system? Dr. Aaron L. Smith is taking on public education, leveraging his passion for workforce readiness to break the old model and prepare students for a 21st century workplace. Aaron has 18-plus years in education, serving as a math teacher, school administrator, program director and adjunct professor. A leading STEM educator, Aaron has been honored with the WHRO Technology Administrator Award, the 2014 ING Unsung Hero Award, and the National Dropout Prevention Center’s Crystal Star Award. Under his leadership, the Denbigh High School Aviation Academy has been honored by the prestigious Society of Manufacturing Engineers and received numerous awards from the Virginia Department of Education. Aaron is also the author of Awakening Your STEM School and the founder of Workplace Readiness Solutions. Today, Aaron sits down with Emerald to share his passion for STEM subjects and workplace readiness. He explains why the old model of education is not working and how to initiate the brave conversations necessary in moving a vision forward. Aaron discusses the importance of forging a community of stakeholders engaged in action, describing how he works side-by-side with schools to build a pipeline that facilitates student success. Listen in to understand how celebrating small wins gives you the courage to take the next step and get Aaron’s insight on taking the road less traveled! What You Will Learn Aaron’s passion for STEM and workplace readiness How Aaron forges partnerships for mutual benefit What gives Aaron the courage to fix a broken system The need to shift away from old models in education The importance of brave conversations in moving a vision forward How Aaron forges a community of stakeholders engaged in action Aaron’s insight around our calling to support one another The value of investing in yourself or your organization New level of self-awareness Strong foundation built over time How celebrating small wins helps Aaron take the next step Aaron’s advice on taking the road less traveled to inspire others Connect with Dr. Aaron Smith Workplace Readiness Solutions Workplace Readiness on Twitter Aaron on LinkedIn Aaron on Facebook Resources Awakening Your STEM School by Dr. Aaron L. Smith Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
‘From now on, I chase IMPACT and income will come. I know it will.’ On October 29, 2012, John Marrone was in his attic with his family, watching the water rise in his new home. He asked himself, ‘What have I done with my life? Why am I here?’ It was in that moment that John decided to stop chasing money and make a commitment to creating an impact in the lives of others. Today, John has a successful life coaching company and speaking career. He has shared the stage with Tony Robbins and interviewed Darren Hardy, Jay Abraham and Hal Elrod, among many others. John serves as a growth expert, helping his clients gain clarity around what it takes to progress in all six equities of life and create the ULTIMATE version of themselves. On this episode of the podcast, John joins Emerald to explain his shift from chasing money to chasing impact and trusting that the income will follow. He speaks to the value in studying successful people and implementing their best practices in your own life. John shares his daily habits around gratitude and affirmations, describing how he leverages his WHY to define what’s important—and what isn’t. Listen in for John’s insight on the 6 equities of life and learn how you can make progress in each area on a daily basis! What You Will Learn How facing death in Hurricane Sandy inspired John to change his life Why John chases IMPACT, trusting that the income will follow How John invests in himself by investigating other successful people John’s insight around moving beyond consumption to implementation Why John seeks to identify problems quickly and ‘fail fast’ John’s daily practice of staying in motion Stay in gratitude Affirmations Morning/evening ritual How being in tune with his WHY helps John in decision-making John’s 6 equities of life Business, health, relationships, financials, spirit, personal growth Define metric for each to chart goals for week Why John sees self-awareness as the #1 element of success Connect with John Marrone John’s Website John on Instagram John on Twitter John on Facebook Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
To live a life free of regret, you need to realize that the temporary discomfort of taking steps to fulfill your purpose is much less painful than giving up. So, how do you develop the courage to move forward and fulfill your potential? How can a creative coach help you shift from frustration to exhilaration? Sean Stewart is the founder of The Creative Track, a business training and mentoring firm that supports mission-driven entrepreneurs in building lucrative lifestyle-friendly businesses they love. Sean’s background as a poet, songwriter and artist informs his intuitive approach to coaching, and he adds elements of live music, spoken word poetry and freestyle rapping to his events and workshops. Sean has 15-plus years of experience as a public speaker, and he has appeared as a featured expert on NBC and FOX News. Today, Sean sits down with Emerald to share his early connection to the idea of spirituality and human potential. He describes the ‘lightning rod’ experience that initiates his creative process and the self-coaching practice he employs to build courage. Sean addresses the idea of living a life with no regrets, comparing the short-term discomfort of forward motion with the long-term pain of failing to follow through. Listen in for Sean’s insight on the magic of coaching to help you take action on your dreams and get inspired by his spoken word rap on the creative process! What You Will Learn Sean’s early connection to ideas around spirituality, human potential How Sean elevates to each new level by listening and taking action The ‘lightning rod’ experience that initiates Sean’s creative process Sean’s approach to crashing through boundaries The self-coaching practice Sean uses to build his courage Sean’s high-level awareness of short- vs. long-term pain How Sean uses his creative gifts for music and rap to inspire others Sean’s reminder to transcend cultural conditioning Sean’s insight around the magic of coaching to help you take action The intuitive approach to coaching that Sean employs Sean’s advice on listening to the call within you Connect with Sean Stewart Sean on Facebook The Creative Track Email sean@thecreativetrack.com Resources Wayne Dyer Deepak Chopra Aceyalone Brendon Burchard Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Activism is on the rise, and you may be called to do your part and join—or perhaps lead—a movement that you are passionate about. But what, exactly, makes a movement successful? How do you gain the courage to follow the call? And how do you learn to speak with spiritual authority so that people will listen? Eiji Morishita is the founder of Movement Makers, an organization that seeks to empower leaders in starting meaningful movements that impact millions of lives. He is passionate about igniting souls to ‘step into their calling and share their wisdom without apology.’ A catalyst for several movements himself, Eiji was an integral part of the spread of the Sushi Movement in North America and an effort to build schools in Guatemala. His genius lies in creating fun, easy and purposeful businesses. Today, Eiji joins Emerald to explain why he is drawn to movement makers who focus on social impact. He shares the value in trusting the call, even if your vision is not perfect the first time out. Eiji also offers his take on the rise of activism as a societal trend, explaining why making the change is more important than getting credit for leading a particular movement. Listen in to understand the role of faith in creating a movement and learn the five key ingredients of becoming a movement maker! What You Will Learn Eiji’s insight on the resistance you may feel toward your calling Eiji’s pull toward leaders who focus on social impact How to follow the call despite having an imperfect vision Eiji’s role as a Generator who waits to respond, rides the wave How to recognize and answer the call each time it comes up Eiji’s take on the rise of activism as the #1 societal trend The importance of personal development in starting a movement How to ‘do your part’ by tying in to a larger, global movement Why making the change is more important than getting credit Why freeing yourself up financially is Step One in leading a movement The five key ingredients of a movement Vision Message Systems Leadership Spiritual development The three crucial components of demonstrating faith Positive expectancy Grateful in advance Express joy in actions Connect with Eiji Morishita Movement Makers Eiji’s Free Gift Resources UN Sustainable Development Goals Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Aspiring Men on Purpose have no shortage of ideas when it comes to the goals we would like to achieve. What trips many of us up is developing the commitment to consistently devote our focus to these creative projects—when it would be easier to watch Netflix. So, how can we cultivate that kind of discipline? What motivates high-performing men to be so relentless and accomplish so much? Matthew Dicks is a bestselling author, award-winning elementary school teacher, storyteller, speaking coach, blogger, wedding DJ and life coach. His novels have been translated into more than 25 languages, and he is a 2014 Dolly Gray Award winner and 2017 Nutmeg Award nominee. Matt is also the cofounder and creative director of Speak Up, a storytelling organization that produces shows throughout New England. He teaches storytelling and public speaking workshops to individuals, corporations, school districts and universities, including Yale, Purdue and The University of Connecticut Law School, among many other venues. Matt also cohosts two podcasts, Boy vs. Girl and Speak Up Storytelling. Today, Matt sits down with Emerald to explain how his childhood informs his primary calling to be an elementary teacher and how he uses the same strategies to teach storytelling to adults. He shares the power of story to entertain and help people see themselves and the world in a different way. Matt also describes his say YES approach to creative opportunities and his practice of giving 100% of his energy to one endeavor at a time. Listen in for insight around how avoiding regret affords Matt a relentless commitment to achieve and learn how to develop discipline by seeing things as your future self! What You Will Learn How Matt’s childhood informs his primary calling as a teacher How storytelling helps people see the world in a different way How Matt’s students gave him the courage to protest Why Matt says YES to every creative opportunity Matt’s practice of giving 100% of his energy to one endeavor How to develop discipline by seeing things as your future self How avoiding regret affords Matt a relentless commitment How Matt celebrates by redirecting his focus to a new project Connect with Matthew Dicks Matt’s Website Speak Up Storytelling Speak Up Storytelling Podcast Boy vs. Girl: A Podcast Resources Books by Matthew Dicks Storyworthy: Engage, Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life Through the Power of Storytelling by Matthew Dicks Matt’s Upcoming Appearances Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
“Freedom does not come automatically; it is achieved. And it is not gained in a single bound; it must be achieved each day.” --Rollo May Are you afraid to take a huge leap? Begin with the first small step and leverage that momentum to multiply your progress. We would all like to skip right to the end result, but Julian Hayes II contends that the trajectory to success is messy—and requires daily action. Julian is the founder and CEO of The Art of Fitness & Life, a private wellness and concierge practice designed to help entrepreneurs and business leaders generate more energy and build optimal health. Julian is a frequent contributor to publications including Entrepreneur, Success and Business Insider, and he writes a regular column in Inc. magazine. An expert in the realm of sleep and nutrition, Julian is on a mission to support high-achievers and time-constrained professionals in automating their health. Today, Julian joins Emerald to share his path to entrepreneurship, discussing his decision to leave medical school and start his own company. He describes his private wellness and concierge practice and explores the idea of health as a feeling beyond the physical. Julian also offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs on establishing multiple income streams, staying true to your values for long-term success, and focusing on the clients you are uniquely built to serve. Listen in for Julian’s insight on starting with a small step to generate momentum and reminding yourself that daily action is necessary to reach big goals! What You Will Learn How a year in New York introduced Julian to an alternative course Julian’s decision to leave medical school and start his own company How Julian combines his passions for writing and health/wellness The extreme mentors Julian leverages to amplify his courage Julian’s insight on starting with a small step to generate momentum How Julian’s quote bank reminds him that the path to success is messy Julian’s private wellness and concierge coaching practice How Julian helps his clients generate energy for optimal health Julian’s take on health as a feeling beyond the physical Julian’s long-term approach to helping clients implement systems Julian’s advice around establishing multiple income streams Why you shouldn’t sacrifice your values for short-term financial wins The value in focusing on the clients you are uniquely built to serve Connect with Julian Hayes II The Art of Fitness and Life Julian’s Free Training Video Julian’s Column in Inc. Magazine Resources Man’s Search for Himself by Rollo May Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Are you feeling ‘numb and dumb’? Indoctrinated by a society that teaches men NOT to feel? To disconnect from qualities like warmth and receptivity? If you’re ready to break apart the armor and live a more fulfilling life, it’s time to let go of the things that no longer serve you and leverage a framework for change. Personal development expert Rob Kandell is a speaker and podcaster on a mission to help people up-level their communication skills and live more balanced, energized and purposeful lives. He left the corporate world in 2002 to become an entrepreneur, founding the global 8-figure business OneTaste. Today, Rob is the Principal of Kandell Consulting and host of the Tuff Love podcast on relationships, intimacy and gender dynamics. He is also the author of the new book unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them. Today, Rob joins Emerald to discuss how our patriarchal society trains men not to feel and share the embarrassing moment that inspired his decision to evolve. He describes OneTaste’s focus on pleasure, explaining the connection between good sex and liking yourself. Rob also explores the value in training your brain to see success and the challenge in making change without the help of a support team. Listen in for Rob’s framework for transformation and learn how he is inspired by a belief that men can live full, empowered, healthy lives! What You Will Learn The moment Rob realized the depth of his ignorance How our patriarchal society trains men not to feel How the pain of staying the same inspired Rob to change The principles behind Rob’s former business, OneTaste The connection between good sex and liking yourself Rob’s general framework of change Confront Investigate Commit Create practice Celebrate + debrief Why it’s much more difficult to change without a team Rob’s skill in coaching clients on psychology + leverage How Rob is inspired by men’s potential to live full lives Rob’s insight around training your brain to see success Connect with Rob Kandell Rob’s Website Rob on Instagram Rob on LinkedIn Tuff Love Podcast Kandell Consulting on Facebook Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Emerald on Instagram Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Resources unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them by Robert Kandell OneTaste Nicole Daedone Erwan Davon Joseph Campbell Foundation Angry White Men: American Masculinity at the End of an Era by Michael Kimmel The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters by Andy Andrews This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
“Your ego is trying to kill you because it’s literally trying to keep you constrained in a reality that does not exist … and if we just let go of that and step into who we truly are—energetically, spiritually, and in this projection—magic occurs.” Justin Recla is a master of intelligence transference and information entanglement, guiding his clients via otherworldly methods of communication and data assimilation. A former counterintelligence agent and expert in risk mitigation, Justin employs a practical approach to spiritual transformation and personal evolution. He is an expert in leveraging the abstract frequency in business as well as the cryptocurrency space. Today Justin joins Emerald to share his superpowers of intelligence transference and information entanglement. Justin explains how his wife Tonya serves as his spiritual guide, helping him identify and leverage his unique ability to create opportunities out of information overload. He offers insight around tapping into the flow state, making a commitment to your own evolution, and having the courage to defy cultural conditioning. Justin speaks to the relationship between cryptocurrency and self-dominion, revealing how the blockchain reflects a growing social consciousness. Listen in to understand the concept of energy manipulation, and learn how to make choices from a place of empowerment! What You Will Learn Justin’s superpowers around information entanglement How Justin’s wife served as his spiritual guide How to tap into and trust the flow state Justin’s commitment to his own evolution Why we’re afraid to defy cultural conditioning The role of ego Death grip on ‘who we think we are’ The relationship between self-dominion and cryptocurrency Justin’s insight on the rise of cryptocurrency as a reflection of societal oneness Why governments and financial institutions are afraid of cryptocurrency The challenges around energy manipulation Self-dominion allows you to show up fully Facilitates synergistic collaboration Justin’s take on fear and uncertainty as projections of ourselves How to make choices from a place of empowerment vs. victimhood Connect with Justin Recla Free Consultation Schedule Resources Super Power Experts The Disappearance of the Universe by Gary R. Renard Books by Gary Renard Cryptocurrency Due Diligence on Facebook Suggest a Guest If you (or someone you know) are one of the worlds Magnificent Men On Purpose who should be considered for a guest spot on the show APPLY HERE: bit.ly/PitchMen Connect with Emerald GreenForest Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
Every. Moment. Matters. Given the choice between saving yourself or helping others in an emergency situation, what would you do? Would you trust that God takes care of the people who do the right thing? Would you have the courage to risk your own well-being for the sake of others? Dave Sanderson is a sought-after inspirational speaker in the realm of leading with integrity. And he speaks from personal experience, having been the last passenger on US Airways Flight 1549—otherwise known as 'The Miracle on the Hudson.’ After the crash, Dave took ownership of the wellbeing and safety of others, risking his own life in frigid water to help his fellow passengers off the plane. He shares the lessons of that day with audiences around the world, inspiring others to do the right thing in difficult situations and reframe traumatic events as an opportunity for growth. Dave is also the author of Moments Matter, a book detailing his close encounter with death and the calling to encourage others that defines his life now. Today, Dave sits down with Emerald to share his experience as a passenger on US Airways Flight 1549 and discuss how surviving the crash provided him with a renewed sense of purpose. He describes hearing his mother’s voice during the evacuation and explains how her words gave him the courage to be the ‘last passenger’ out. Dave speaks to his decision to leave his company and become an entrepreneur on a mission to help others harness the power of post-traumatic growth. Listen in to understand how Dave celebrates life by giving back and learn how to lead through certainty and make every moment matter! What You Will Learn Dave’s experience as a passenger on US Airways Flight 1549 How the plane crash provided Dave with a clarity of purpose The advice that gave Dave the courage to be the ‘last passenger’ Dave’s realization that he was just a number to his company How Tony Robbins inspired Dave to become an entrepreneur The concept of post-traumatic growth How Dave celebrates life through contribution and giving back Dave’s top three kernels of wisdom from Moments Matter Each experience prepares you for what’s next Record history Lead through certainty Connect with Dave Sanderson Dave’s Website Dave on Facebook Dave on Twitter Dave on LinkedIn Resources Moments Matter by Dave Sanderson Moments Matter with Dave Sanderson Dave’s TED Talk at TEDxQueensU Dave’s Article in AARP Magazine Suggest a Guest If you (or someone you know) are one of the worlds Magnificent Men On Purpose who should be considered for a guest spot on the show APPLY HERE: bit.ly/PitchMen Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.
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