Uncovering Your Greatness with Troy McClain

Mar 11

As a boy from Idaho, I remember watching fellow Idaho boy Troy McClain on the first season of Donald Trump’s The Apprentice. Troy was brash and confident, but also very likeable. I have enjoyed working with Troy on various projects and he has always impressed with his ability to energize a room. 

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Dreams – I Don’t Want to Dream Big, I Might Fail

Mar 05

A couple years ago, I brought a bunch of kids into my office to record them saying things that their parents may think or even say. It was an amazingly funny experience. When a kid vocalizes what adults say, it often just sounds wrong. If it sounds wrong when a kid says it, it probably is just that, wrong.

“I don’t want to dream big because I might fail.” Ouch, not many adults say it out loud, but it is a real fear that many adults have.

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Susan Sly and the Steps to a Balanced Life

Feb 25

Everyone goes through life events that rock their world, whether it’s a job layoff, illness, bankruptcy, divorce, massive debt, etc. In this blogcast, I interview Susan Sly, a Balanced Living Strategist, and discusses the steps we can take to overcoming these life events.

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Nutrition Secrets – Setting Yourself Up for Real Health with Dr. Marlisa Hurt

Feb 19

Does this sound familiar? Working long hours to meet a deadline, with little time to eat in the day. You push yourself and keep going on adrenaline. Then, when you finally are done with the day, you grab anything you can to eat. Most entrepreneurs can relate!

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Epic Rule # 4 – Glory Hounds Rarely Get Rich

Feb 11

Epic Rule # 4 – Glory Hounds Rarely Get Rich

Glory Hound – [glawr-ee hound] – A take-charge kind of guy that exaggerates his own deeds to make them seem exceptional while deeming the works of others in order to self-aggrandize his seemingly small tasks into the unreasonable realm of heroics.

Nobody likes a glory hound. If you are in the business of politics or show business, perhaps you will not be able to avoid the trap of glory. Certain professions require your mug be in the limelight constantly to keep you in business. However, for the rest of us, soaking in the light meant for others is a danger you must avoid if you seek to have a meaningful life devoid of perpetual 16-hour workdays and premature greying of your lovely locks.

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How to BE, Do and Have More

Feb 10

How to BE, Do and Have More

There are some people that just make you want to get better. Just being around them makes you feel more motivated. Presley Swagerty is one of those few, rare people. Presley joined me on Networking Star and I often felt like I was listening to the late, great Zig Ziglar. Take a few minutes and listen to Presley and you will understand why he has made millions of dollars by empowering people. 

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