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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]
Hey, what’s going on, Goal Getters? Welcome back to another exhilarating episode of the Daily New Year’s podcast. Exhilarating is a strong word, but I practically guarantee that this episode lives up to the hype. Today I’m connecting with Dai Manuel, a fitness coach affectionately known to his clients and friends as, “The Moose.” Dai is someone who has walked his talk. As an obese child, Dai decided to change his life forever and at the age of 15, he started making big, impactful changes in his life. He worked hard, got fit and healthy, and he’s been helping people do the same ever since. Today, he’s passionate about engaging and challenging people to live healthier, more active lifestyles through his group fitness sessions, keynote speeches, one-on-one coaching, and more and he joins us now from Canada. Get ready for some energy, because he’s bringing in this episode of the podcast. Let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Dai Manuel and his Journey from Childhood Obesity to Fitness – [02:19]  — The Relationship Between Health and Happiness – [06:21]  — Finding Energy and Reward in the Workout Itself – [08:38]  — How Dai Got Started in Spite of Feeling Self-Conscious – [09:41]  — Finding Power in the Little, Daily Things – [11:25]  — Improve Your Fitness by Moving with Purpose Every Day – [15:01]  — Progression over Regression; There is No Standing Still – [16:50]  — Fitness is a Lifestyle. The Power of Choice – [20:02]  — Finding Motivations that Pull You Towards Long-Term Fitness – [21:56]  — Building Your Life on a Foundation of Health – [24:40]  — Advice for Folks Who Dislike or Hate Working Out (Sitting on a Nail) – [26:55]  — Dai’s Story of Ditching Alcohol – [30:26]  — Own Your Decisions and Forgo the Guilt and Shame  – [36:08]  — How Positive Changes in Your Life Improve Your Confidence – [38:17]  — External Motivators vs. Inner Growth and Personal Development – [40:18]  — The Perpetual Engine of a Rewards-Based Confidence Boost – [41:41]  — Get Into Fitness without Creating Another Full-Time Job – [43:18]  — Progression Over Perfection, The Importance of Consistency – [49:03]  — How to Bounce Back from Failed Resolutions – [51:08]  — Improve Your Life with the Whole Life Fitness Manifesto – [53:03]  — When You’re Looking for Change, Accept the Unexpected – [55:55]  — Connect with Your Why, The How and What Will Come – [56:42]  — Understanding the Two Types of Motivation – [59:14]  — Dai’s One Action You Should Try Today – [59:48]  — The Mantra Dai Lives By – [01:03:06]  — Connecting with Dai Manuel – [01:05:29]
In this line of work, I often come across inspiring stories—stories from amazing people doing incredible things—but today’s guest has truly defied the odds, overcame a number of setbacks and failures, and has succeeded in some big ways. He’s a true inspiration to me and I hope he’ll be the same for you. In this episode of the Daily New Year’s Podcast, I’m chatting with Russell Nohelty, and as you’ll soon hear, he’s managed to build a successful, six-figure business and become a New York Times Best Selling Author after dealing with some pretty tough situations. Graves Disease, migraines, depression, failed businesses—life has dealt Russell a pretty tough hand, but if you hear him tell it, “I’ve got all of the superpowers and none of the Kryptonite.” He isn’t feeling sorry for himself—he’s too busy mastering his mindset and writing best-selling books. How does he manage to keep his winning attitude? Find out in this exciting, inspirational episode of the Daily New Year’s Podcast. --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Russell and His Four Failed Businesses – [02:21]  — The Building Blocks of Failure, Fail Better, Fail Faster – [09:42]  — How to Decouple Success and Failure from Self-Worth – [10:14]  — Managing Mindset with Graves Disease, Migraines, & Depression – [12:40]  — Learning How to Come Back from a Downward Spiral – [14:23]  — Overcoming Failure by Revisiting Old Successes – [15:27]  — How Proper Medication Played a Role in Russell’s Success – [17:22]  — The Intrinsic Nature of Self-Worth – [18:34]  — The Massive Importance of Having a Great Support Network- [20:02]  — The Power of Proper Medication and a Neutral Mindset – [20:37]  — The Superpowers between Neurodivergence and Neurotypical – [22:37]  — What Fuels Russell’s Fire? Impact Drives Everything I do. – [29:35]  — How to Create the Best Work of Your Life – [34:13]  — Breathing with Intention and Mini Meditations – [37:41]  — Connecting with Russell – [39:16]
Hey, what’s up, everyone! Welcome back to another episode of the Daily New Year’s podcast. I’m so excited today because this episode of the podcast takes us to the UK. I’ve interviewed one other person from the United Kingdom before, Tomas, in episode #25, and it’s always neat to connect with thought leaders around the world. Today, Harriet Waley-Cohen and I are diving deep into a specific topic—one that has played a role in holding me back in my own life: perfectionism. Perfectionism is the enemy of done, and it causes confidence issues, procrastination problems, and so much more. Why tell you everything here? Dive into the episode and join Harriet and me as we wage war on perfectionism and not feeling good enough about ourselves. Here we go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Harriet – [02:28]  — Waging War on the “Not Good Enough” Epidemic – [04:40]  — The Perfection and Confidence Connection – [06:45]  — The Toxic Side of Perfectionism – [08:09]  — The Procrastinating Perfectionist Problem – [09:18]  — Where does the Need for Perfectionism Come From? – [12:15]   —  — 1. The Compare and Despair Culture – [13:12]   —  — 2. The Measurement Culture – [14:20]   —  — 3. Capitalism (Being Measured by Materials) – [15:26]  — The Negative Side Effects of Toxic Perfectionism – [16:55]  — Safeguarding Yourself Against this Perfection Problem – [19:27]  — The Correlations Between Perfectionism and High Performance – [23:23]  — Setting Intentions vs Setting Goals – [27:48]  — Question Your Thoughts and Telling Yourself You are Good Enough – [30:55]  — Ask Yourself, “What would love do?” – [32:22]
Hey everyone, welcome to another episode of the Daily Newy Year’s podcast! Recently I’ve been releasing more content on health, wellness, mindset, psychology, sleep habits, and nutrition and less about goal-setting strategies, prioritization techniques, and other content that is zeroed in on goal setting. Why? Because, as Goal Getters, we can’t maintain long-term, high-performance in our lives without good health, both mentally and physically. External, physical health is easier to see, but mental health, more specifically, what’s going on in our brains, is nearly impossible to see. Poor nutrition, insufficient sleep, too much screen time, excessive exposure to negativity—all of these things can have lasting effects on the brain, causing poor focus, memory issues, and more. How can we Crush Our Goals if our brains aren’t operating at 100%? We can’t! Joining us today is Nick Bolhuis and he’s going to provide a mountain of valuable takeaways that we can all use to improve our brain health, our focus, our performance, and so much more. Are you ready? Let’s do this! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Nick Bolhuis and Neuropeak Pro – [02:32]  — QEEG Technology – The Brain is a Super Computer – [04:54]  — How to Keep Your Brain from Shrinking After the Age of 40 – [06:06]  — How to Improve Your Life Using the 10% Rule – [10:32]  — Improving Health Through Mindfulness and Gratitude – [12:56]  — Correlation Between Screen Time and Mental Health – [13:35]  — Accountability Apps to Help You Focus and Hydrate More – [14:43]  — Improving Nutrition by Adding Good Things Before Removing the Bad – [17:19]  — How to Know if You Have Focus Issues if You’re Not Sure – [19:45]  — Better Sleep Using Blue Light Filters and Sleeping Masks – [22:01]  — Helping High-Performing Athletes Perform Even Better – [23:34]  — Best Over-the-Counter Vitamins for Optimal Brain Health – [27:45]  — What’s the One Thing You Would Ask Listeners to Do – [29:55]  — The Main Reason We Sleep is Memory Consolidation – [32:03]  — Night Owls vs. Early Risers, Trainable or Not? – [34:10]  — Connecting with Nick Bolhuis and Neuropeak Pro – [37:38] 4LPm86iwMVQXACqvi1uj
Hey, what’s up, everyone! Welcome back to another insightful episode of the Daily New Years podcast. This episode brings us a very special guest, and one you may not expect. Today we’re talking to TedX Speaker and Rabbi, Yonason Goldson. Yonason is a former hitchhiker, world traveler, journalist, and teacher and he comes to us from St. Louis Missouri, just two hours North of my own hometown, so hopefully we can get a coffee soon. Today’s episode is a wide-ranging conversation and we touch on everything from sharpening your mind and overcoming societal labels to ethics in business and becoming a sought after speaker. There’s a lot of great stuff to talk about, so let’s not waste another minute. Click play, sit back, and enjoy this wonderful conversation. --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit: --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Yonason Goldson – [01:45]  — Yonason’s Journey into Keynote Speaking – [03:46]  — The Keynote Speaker with 3,000 Years’ Experience – [11:58]  — Applying Ancient Wisdom to Modern Times – [13:09]  — Becoming Better Every Day – [15:06]  — How to Sharpen Your Mind by Opening Up to New Ideas – [19:09]  — Overcoming the Fears Surround New and Opposing Ideas – [22:07]  — Being Willing to Evaluate Every Side of an Idea – [25:40]  — The Limiting Nature of Labels in our Lives – [28:36]  — The Difference Between Liberalism and Conservatism – [32:09]  — The Importance of Ethics in Business Today – [35:13]  — Meeting in the Rational Middle to Avoid Damaging Polarization – [36:11]  — Listening to Hear vs. Listening to Respond – [37:10]  — What Does it Mean to Be Ethical in Business? – [39:36]  — How Does a World-Traveling Rabbi Get into Business Ethics? – [41:15]  — Finding Your Own Unique Voice and Message – [43:32]  — Crystallized Clarity, Short Term Goals, and Long Term Vision – [45:49]  — The Power of Talking to People You Disagree With – [50:08]  — Connecting with Yonason Goldson – [52:57]
Hey what’s up everyone! Thanks for checking out another episode of the Daily New Year’s Podcast! Today we’re talking to Speaker and Coach, Leyah Valgardson and she is dropping gold nuggets all over the place. We’re going to talk about how to clear some much-needed mental space and front-load our goal setting with a jolt success using Leyah’s Five Rs. (Workbook below). We’re also going to talk about how to develop your unique leader’s voice, how to find courage to take big leaps in life, how to love ourselves more, and so much more. If you’re ready, let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Leyah Valgardson – [02:13]  — Transitioning from Corporate Home Building to Starting Leader’s Voice – [04:14]  — Leyah’s Five Step System for Front-Loading Goal Setting – [06:31]  —— Realize Your Why – [07:20]  —— Reflect on Your Wins – [07:51]  —— Recognize (Gratitude)  – [10:34]  —— Release and Clear Space – [13:19]  —— Renew – [15:26]  — What Lead Leyah to Become a Speaker an Coach – [17:36]  — The Power of Personal Coaching – [19:52]  — Finding the Courage to Make Big Leaps in Life – [23:04]  — Leyah’s Favorite Goal Setting Strategies – [26:04]  — How to Break Big Goals Down – [27:46]  — Taking Leaps, Building Confidence, and Overcoming Paralysis – [29:15]  — Spending Time and Learning to Love Ourselves – [32:57]  — Shoutout to All the Women in the World – [35:07]  — Connecting With Leyah – [37:20]
Hey, what’s up, everyone! Welcome back to another exciting episode of the Daily New Year’s podcast. I’m so excited today because I’m featuring one of my self-published classmates from Chandler Bolt’s Self-Publishing School. Joining us today is Jennifer Teske. I was on the launch team for Jennifer’s book Live, Love, and Hack Life: A Fresh Look at Understanding Law of Attraction. When I read it, I knew I just had to have her on the podcast. I used to have serious doubts about the Law of Attraction and overcoming Self-Limiting Beliefs through the power of self-affirmations—until I read this book. Whether you’re totally new to Law of Attraction, or you have doubts of your own, this episode of the podcast is for you. Tune in, check it out, and be sure to grab a copy of Jen’s book. Let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes  — A High Level Look at Law of Attraction – [03:50]  — When is Law of Attraction Happening? – [06:03]  — We Don’t Attract Everything into our Lives – [07:42]  — Law of Attraction is a lot Like Gravity – [10:20]  — What are Manifestations and How are they Connected to Law of Attraction? – [12:23]  — Law of Attraction and Self-Fulfilling Prophecies – [16:43]  — The Three Categories of Law of Attraction: All, Some, or None – [20:07]  — Making Decisions and Being Decisive – [24:52]  — Dealing with Disappointment by Realigning Expectations – [27:11]  — Focus, Clarity, and Knowing What You Want – [30:20]  — Law of Attraction is Always Working – [32:26]  — How Beliefs are Formed and How They Influence Attraction – [33:48]  — Using Self-Affirmations to Overcome Self-Limiting Beliefs – [38:32]  — Converting Self-Limiting Beliefs into Power Statements – [39:54]  — Low of Attraction is About How You Define Yourself – [44:39]  — With Law of Attraction, You Have to Press the Gas and Take Action – [47:57]  — Accept the Unexpected; You Never Know What is Coming – [50:08]  — Connecting with Jennifer and Grabbing the Book – [51:41]
Hey, what’s going on everyone? Today’s episode of the podcast is an exciting one! We’re about to dive into a ton of content that, before today, I had heard almost nothing about. Genomics, Epigenetics, Biological Age vs. Chronological Age: we’re going to cover a ton of interesting stuff with Health Optimizer and Performance Coach, Julian Hayes II, and I’m confident that you’re going to learn a ton of cool stuff. I know I did! If you want to feel better, think better, and optimize your health and performance for this thing called life, buckle up because this episode is going to be a wild ride. Here we go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Julian and his Origin Story – [02:07] —Deciding to Go to (and Drop Out of) Medical School – [03:47] —Overcoming the Safety of School and Following Dreams – [05:54] —Using the Fear of Future Regret to Find Courage – [07:07] —Samari’s Meditate on Death. Travel to the Future. – [08:24] —How Julian Started his Art of Fitness and Life Firm – [09:21] —Our Genes are not Necessarily our Destiny. Explaining Epigenetics – [11:03] —We’re All Uniquely Us; There’s No One Way to Do Things – [13:21] —How Do You Know What’s Best for You? – [15:12] —Why is Health Optimization So Important – [18:43] —Preconception Epigenetics. Optimizing Your Health for Your Kids – [20:37] —Epigenetics and Generational Impact – [21:43] —Instant Gratification vs Long Term Health – [23:29] —Tips and Tricks for Getting Started with Epigenetics – [24:50] —Changing 30% of Your Genes in 30 Minutes – [26:54] —Combatting Bad Sleep Habits & Stress and Their Impact on Our Health – [27:24] —Sleep Deprivation and the Effects on the Brain. Logic vs. Emotion – [29:44] —Sleep Deprivation and Weight Gain – [31:19] —Tips and Tricks for Fixing Bad Sleep Habits – [32:55] —Brendan Burchard’s 3-2-1 Rule for Sleep – [36:18] —Blue Light Glasses and Apps for Better Sleep – [37:00] —Apps and Online Services for Testing Your Biological Age – [37:52] —Reduce Your Biological Age, Even Lower than Your Chronological Age – [39:33] —The Biggest Improvements can Be in the Area of Stress and Mindset – [42:06] —You Have More Control than Your Realize – [42:59] —The Major Difference Between Health Span and Life Span – [43:39] —Finding a Workout Style that Keeps You Excited – [44:20]
Hey, what’s up, everyone! Welcome back to another info-packed episode of the Daily New Year’s podcast. If you’re new to the show, we cover all things goal setting, personal development, mentorship, mindset, productivity & organization, and leadership. Joining us today is Adam Sinkus, and he is bringing us a wealth of knowledge around the topic of Culture-Driven Leadership. Good culture and excellent leadership in the workplace is very near and dear to my heart because we spend a huge percentage of our lives at work, and if the culture is bad, then life can be truly miserable. Culture means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but today, Adam is going to demystify what it means to have good culture. He’s also going to explain what culture is NOT, how to go about building an amazing culture, and so much more. If you’re a leader at any level (and I believe everyone is), then this episode is absolutely for you! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes  — Getting to Know Adam—How He Became a Culture Expert – [02:26]  — What Does “Culture” Really Mean? – [07:09]  — Is a “Family Culture” a Real Thing? Is It Good? – [09:32]  — Scaling Beyond the Small, Family Culture – [11:07]  — What is the Difference Between a Boss and a Leader? – [14:12]  — How do Organizational and Individual Goals Play a Role in Culture? – [16:27]  — Adam Sinkus’s ACES Leadership Model – [18:22]  —  — Acknowledge – [19:05]  —  — Cultivate – [19:57]  —  — Empower – [20:41]  —  — Strengthen – [21:31]  — Accessing Success and Failures. After Action Reports – [22:29]  — Positivity Breeds Positivity: Talking About Success in a Meaningful Way – [23:57]  — Culture is More than Nap Pods and Free Lunches – [25:11]  — Common Pitfalls to Avoid in Building Great Culture – [29:08]  — Organize a Cohesive Culture Message Throughout the Organization – [30:34]  — Develop a Culture Leader; a Chief Culture Officer – [31:12]  — Maslow’s Heirarchy of Human Needs’ Role in Culture – [34:11]  — Servant Leadership in Culture – [39:07]  — The Most Dangerous Types of Companies for Building Culture – [42:16]  — Adam’s Book on His ACES Leadership Model, Coming Soon – [44:07]
Real talk: goal setting can be a real pain sometimes. Yes, goal setting is a powerful, life-changing tool that can help us achieve our dreams, but it's not always sunshine and rainbows. Sometimes we set ourselves up for failure, sometimes there are motivation issues, and sometimes, frankly, life just gets in the way. The road to success is riddled with potholes, setbacks, obstacles, and disappointment. There's nothing we can do about that. We can, however, learn how to overcome those setbacks and obstacles. In fact, how we deal with disappointment is one of the biggest predictors of our ability to achieve success. That's why this episode of the Daily New Years Podcast provides 5 simple strategies for overcoming setbacks and obstacles. It's a short episode, but it packs a punch. Are you going to succumb to the setbacks and throw in the towel, or are you going to keep Crushing Your Goals? Dive in today! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes — A Personal Story About Overcoming Setbacks – [00:54] — 1. Obstacles are Only Failures if They Cause You to Quit – [04:26] — 2. Plan for the Worst. Hope for the Best – [05:52] — 3. Limit Your Disappointment – [07:52] — 4. If at First You Don’t Succeed… – [10:57] — 5. Goals Aren’t About Being Perfect – [12:30] — Become an Overcomer – [14:40]
Hey, what’s going on, everyone! You may have noticed, but the Daily New Year’s podcast disappeared unexpectedly last July. Sorry to leave you hanging! Last year I decided to write my first ever book, Crush Your Goals!, and to do that, I decided to put the blog and podcast on hold. You can read a little bit about my adventures since then in this blog post. The whole process was only supposed to take about 90 days, but I put so much effort into this book that it took far longer. Anyway, I’m back now, and I’m reviving the podcast. I was digging through my files and realized that I had recorded an episode with my good friend and mastermind group member, Stephen Schott, last year right before putting everything on hold. So, I wanted to publish that post. Stephen and I both enjoy reading about personal development, psychology, health, and mindset (among dozens of other things), so this is a wide-ranging conversation with a little something for everyone. Enjoy! I’ll see you on the inside. --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes  — Getting to know Stephen Schott – [03:31]  — Stephen’s, Quick Quotes on Snapchat – [06:20]  — Stephen’s Journey: Financial Advising, Bar Fights, and Low Points – [08:10]  — Struggles are the Things that Make You Great – [10:06]  — Personal Development: Taking Action on What You Learn – [11:53]  — Are You Stuck Being Who You Are After Turning 25? – [12:46]  --- Self-Limiting Beliefs and Learned Helplessness  — Mastering Your Thoughts and the Way You Think – [16:55]  — Talking to Yourself in a Different Way – [17:56]  --- Self Affirmations, Positive Self-Talk, and More  — Getting Up Early and Building Confidence – [20:04]  — David Goggins’ 40% Rule – [21:27]  — Intentionally Doing Things You Don’t Want to Do – [22:22]  — Mel Robbins, the Reticular Activating System, and Focusing on Your Goals – [26:56]  — Setting Your Goals too Low – [27:52]  — Grant Cardone’s 10X Rule – [30:20]  — Converting “I can’t” to “How can I?” – [31:52]  — Wants, Desires, Self-Actualization, and Discovering Your True Potential – [32:59]  — Living Life by Default or By Design. Gratitude vs. Being Content. – [36:06]  — What is Dureable Fullfillment? Happiness, Success, & Freedom – [37:22]  — Aspiring to New Levels in Life – [38:44]  — Is Growing More or Needing More Important to You? – [40:06]  --- What would you do if you had unlimited money?  — Self-Limiting Beliefs and Self-Fulfilling Prophecies – [43:06]  — Goals with a Deeper Purpose Lead to Passion and Drive – [44:26]  — Final Thoughts and Connecting with Stephen – [45:47]
Have you ever got a free annual credit report on your own? If you’re like most people, you don’t think about your credit score very often, let alone think about getting a free annual credit report. Heck, I used to only think about mine when I was about to apply for an auto loan or a mortgage. If you don’t know your credit score, you’re not alone. In fact, many people I know don’t know their current credit score, and some have never checked their credit score. According to a post on Lexington Law, 54% of Americans say they never check their credit scores. Many people think that you only need a good credit score if you’re looking to get a loan or a credit card. But if you dive into this episode of the podcast, you’ll see there are several reasons you need a good credit report. Let’s go!! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes — Credit Report vs. Credit Score – [03:19] — Hard Checks vs. Soft Checks – [04:16 ] — Top 5 Reasons to get a Free Annual Credit Report – [05:06] — 1. Saving Money – [05:41] — 2. Save More Money by Getting Better Insurance Rates – [06:51] — 3. Rebuild Bad Credit or Fix Credit Errors – [08:34] — 4. Spot Identity Theft – [10:42] — 5. Keep Your Score Healthy – [13:12] — BONUS. It’s Free, so Why Not? – [15:41] — How often should you run a report? – [17:53]
There are a number of prerequisites to success in life, but Action is, by far, the most important one. Apart from goal setting, Action is probably the thing I talk about most here on Daily New Years. Why? Because without Action, we cannot achieve success in anything. No matter how much we know or learn and no matter how much we dream, success isn’t possible unless we take Action. You might know all about business, but you can’t be a successful business owner unless you take the first step and open your business, right? You can’t successfully run a marathon if you don’t take the first step and run your first mile. See what I mean? Action is a prerequisite to success, and that’s what we’re talking about here on the podcast today. So, what do you say? Are you going to take action and click play? --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes — Learning + Action = Success – [04:24] — A Chain Reaction of Opportunity – [07:04 — The Butterfly Effect – [08:45] — Facing Your Fear of Failure – [12:11] — Failure as a Learning Opportunity – [13:35] — Silencing Your Self-Limiting Beliefs – [15:30] — No More Waiting! Take Action! – [18:57]
What do you get when you put two personal development junkies in a room together with a microphone? The short answer: Massive amounts of valuable and useful info, that's what! Today on the show I’m talking with Dr. Greg Pursley. Greg and I are in a mastermind group together, and week after week, he brings massive value. He’s a wealth of knowledge, and he’s sharing just a little bit of that knowledge today. If you’re ready to hear about taking massive action, developing a growth mindset, setting goals, how to find a personal development guru that resonates with you, and so much more—then dive on into the episode. --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes — A Note on Adding Value – [02:38] — Why Do People Postpone Self-Improvement? – [3:44] — F.E.A.R. False Evidence Appearing Real – [05:02] — What would I have to believe for that to be true? – [5:36] — The Power of a Weekly or Daily Routine – [06:59] — Giving Up Something to Get Something Better – [08:13] — The Myth of the Morning Person – [10:05] — Learning isn’t Enough—Take Action! – [12:54] — Taking Action and Overcoming Objections – [13:30] — Taking Action and Building Momentum – [14:27] — Celebrate Your Wins – [16:05] — If You’re Not Growing, You’re Dying – [16:36] — Overcoming the Fears of Goal Setting – [18:07] — Choose a Perspective that’s Right for You – [19:59] — Avoid Comparing Yourself to Others – [20:46] — Success is Your Duty – [21:21] — Be Responsible for Your Actions – [22:12] — Adding Value to the Universe – [22:37] — Personal Development and Expanding Your Mind – [23:45] — Focus = Feeling = Action – [24:57] — Finding a Personal Development Guru that Resonates – [26:28] — How to Feel in Control of Your Life  – [30:10] — Achieving Emotional Mastery – [31:00] — Challenge Your B.S. (Belief Systems) – [32:18] — Examining New Perspectives Without Accepting Them – [37:05] — Capitalize on N.E.T. Time (No Extra Time) – [40:51] — Wasting Time vs. Resting and Recharging – [41:53] — Striving Through Hard Times – [46:25] — Picking Up New Things from Repeat Content – [48:13] — Writing Things Down and Nerding Out on Notebooks – [49:40] — Quarterly and Annual Reviews – [51:04] — Setting Goals! Not New Year’s Resolutions – [52:10] — S.M.A.R.T. Goals – [54:17] — Connecting with Dr. Greg Pursley – [57:21]
Do you know which of your goals are your top priority? Or do you find yourself working on ten different goals with little to no progress? One of the things I see all of the time is that people make very little progress on any given goal because of all the other goals they have. Maybe you have one goal that’s taking up all your time, but it’s the wrong goal. Or maybe you’re working on the least important goal out of all the goals you have. Perhaps you just have too many goals! How can we prioritize our goals in the proper order and achieve our essential goals more quickly? If you’re trying to chip away at ten different goals, it’s going to seem like you’re not getting anything done, right? I mean, this happens to me all the time. This is an easy trap to fall into when you’re ambitious and you’ve got a thousand things that you want to do. That’s why I want to talk about three strategies that I use to prioritize my goals and keep myself on track. I think you’re going to find them super useful! Here we go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Show Notes — Pareto’s Principle, a.k.a. the 80/20 Rule – [03:50] — The 80/20 Rule in Everyday Productivity – [05:42] — The 80/20 Rule and Time Blocking – [07:26] — The Eisenhower Matrix – [09:00] — The Difference Between Urgent and Important – [09:23] — How to Sketch the Eisenhower Matrix – [10:29] — How to Fill in the Matrix – [11:20] — Apply the Four D’s to the Matrix – [12:33] — The ABCDE Method of Prioritization – [16:09]
Isn’t it super frustrating when you want to learn new things but can’t seem to find the time? Whether it’s a new language or how to earn passive income, there is so much to learn and so little precious time. But what if you could learn new things without dedicating any additional time throughout your day? Yes, please! Call it a life hack, productivity hack, or whatever, over the past few years, I’ve discovered several different times throughout my day that have been perfect for audio learning. In this episode, I’m sharing my top four ways to learn on the go and the top nine times when I do it. These aren’t the only ones, so tune in, learn the strategies, and then look for more ways to use audio learning in your own life. --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- Let’s dive on in! — Example Times to Use Audio Learning – [02:02] — Multitasking is Real!! – [06:20] — 1. Learn a New Language – [07:48] — 2. Listen to Books Monthly on Audible – [09:56] — 3. Subscribe to Podcasts and Listen Daily – [13:36] — 4. Listen to Ted Talks and Educational YouTube Videos – [16:05] — Active Listening and Audio Learning – [18:44]
Have you ever heard of the Debt Snowball? If so, you know that it’s a debt-payoff model made famous by Dave Ramsey. If you haven’t heard about it, you’re about to! Either way, you might be wondering, “Does it really work?” Absolutely! I’ve personally used it to pay off several debts of my own and I’m excited to see you do the same. So today, I want to give you a crash course on what the Debt Snowball is, how it’s used, and how it can work for you. Plus, I’m giving away a free budget template to help you get started even faster! Learn all about it on today’s episode of the Daily New Year’s Podcast. Let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- — What is the Debt Snowball? – [03:37] — How does the Debt Snowball Work? – [04:36] — The Debt Avalanche vs. The Debt Snowball – [05:46] — Does the Debt Snowball Work? – [10:20] — Use to Track Your Progress – [12:58] — Be Patient and Have Fun – [17:15] — Starting a Budget with the Daily New Years Budget Template – [19:57]
Hey, what’s up Goal Getter! Would you say you generally have a positive outlook on life? Do you ever find yourself in a bad mood and wonder how to be more positive? I know I do! The good news is, there are things we can do to help improve our mood, mindset, and overall outlook—and no, it’s not “think happy thoughts.” If it were as easy as that, we could just decide to be happy when we realized we’re in a bad mood. No, if you want to know how to be more positive, then you need to dive into today’s positivity-packed episode of the Daily New Years Podcast and learn these 7 simple strategies for improving your positivity. Let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- — Why Do Negative Things Stay Top of Mind Longer? – [02:30] — How Can We Become More Positive? – [05:15] — Limit Your Exposure to Negative People – [06:30] — Examine Your Environment – [10:30] — Look for One Positive in Every Situation – [12:30] — Start a Gratitude Journal – [15:31] — Talk to a Mentor – [17:00] — Reflect on the Root of the Problem – [19:00] — Get Some Exercise – [20:00]
When you think about your life five, ten, or even twenty-five years from now, what do you see? What if I told you that you could design your dream life starting today? Recently I was reading the book GOALS! by Brian Tracy and he touched on an exciting discovery made by Dr. Charles Garfield. Dr. Garfield studied peak performers for more than 20 years, and he specifically analyzed men and women who had only achieved average results for many years but then suddenly achieved massive success in a very short amount of time. When he sought the answer to their sudden success, he found that all of these individuals had begun using blue-sky thinking, and that’s what we’re talking about on the podcast today. Let’s go! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- — What is Blue-Sky Thinking? – [02:25] — Overcoming Challenges of Blue-Sky Thinking – [03:54] — Pause to do Your Blue Sky Thinking – [06:52] — Coming Back to Reality and Build a Life Plan – [07:15 ] — Action is Everything! – [10:29] — Over to You! A Challenge to Try Blue Sky Thinking – [14:00]
Hey, what’s up Goal Getters! Welcome back to another super exciting episode of the Daily New Years podcast. I’m so excited because this episode takes us across the pond to the great city of London. Joining us today is Tomas Svitorka. Tomas is a professional life coach, speaker, award-winning entrepreneur, and the founder of OK is NOT Enough. He has coached hundreds of clients including industry leaders, billionaire entrepreneurs, CEOs, rising stars in global corporations and influencers who are at the top of their game. He’s a wealth of knowledge and goal-setting information, so I’m excited to have you dive into the episode. See you on the inside! --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- – How Tomas Came to be a Life Coach – [01:52] – The Inspiration Behind OK is NOT Enough – [07:48] – The Unshakable Feeling of Untapped Potential – Giving 100% – [09:04] – To Be Better than OK, You Need a Strong Why – [11:30] – The Zone of Tolerable Discomfort – [12:56] – Humans have the Ability to Get Used to Anything – [13:23] – To Get Unstuck, You Need to Zoom Out – [14:14] – Personal Development is Seeing What’s Possible – [14:34] – How Does Tomas Balance 50+ Annual Goals – [15:57] – Starting Each Year with an Annual Review – [18:21] – Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Goal Planning – [19:03] – Underestimating Goals and Training for the London Marathon in Four Months! – [19:42] – 2 Goals or 50 Goals—What Matters is How Often You Check In – [20:55] – Using Michael Hyatt’s Full Focus Planner for Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Check-Ins – [21:46] – How Not to Pursue All Your Goals at Once – [23:27] – Tomas’s Unique Approach to Setting Goals – [24:04] – There’s Always More That You Can Do – [26:20] – Tying Goals to a Purpose-Driven Cause – [30:00] – Tomas’s Top Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for New Goal Setters – [30:42] – How to Balance Too Many Goals and Lack of Focus with Not Enough Goals – [35:02] – Build Confidence and Self Esteem Through Goal Setting – [38:16] – The Power of Self Talk and the Psychology Behind Starting Goals with “I will easily…” – [41:39] – Using Leading Language in Goal Setting – [43:56] – Exploring Lucid Dreaming and Subconscious Thinking – [46:17] – Connecting with Tomas Online – [53:43]
On an episode of the SUCCESS Talks podcast, the Success staff played an archived clip from Jim Rohn where he outlined “The Simple Art of Goal Setting.” His method of goal setting is one that he learned from his mentor, John Earl Shoaff, at the early age of 25 and it goes something like this: 1. Decide what you want. 2. Write it down. Make a list. 3. Keep the old lists. 4. Check things off your list. Pretty simple, right? So how can we put Jim’s 4 step goal-setting practice into place in our own lives? I’ve covered it in detail on this week’s episode of the Daily New Years podcast. --------- For the full show notes, links, and resources, visit --------- — An Introduction to Jim Rohn – [00:30] — Only 20% of People Set Goals – [02:42] — Decide on What You Want (and Why) – [03:12] — Write Your Goals Down and Make a List – [04:46]Keep Your Old Lists – [07:47] — Jim Rohn’s 4th Step: Check Things Off Your List – [09:24]
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