Chip Eichelberger – The Subtlety of Failure

This week's show is a slug fest. Sit down, buckle up, and hang on!

I chat with best-selling author and motivational speaker, Chip Eichelberger. Chip was recently named one of the top 5 motivational speakers in the country having earned his chops as a point man and number one salesperson for Tony Robbins.

His book, The Smart Guide to Accomplishing Your Goals is a 300-page encyclopedia of lifehacks to improve every area of your life.

We talk about my absolute favorite topic in the world: The interconnect of your personal wellness, your emotional wellness, your financial wellness and your career wellness.

We talk about the power of establishing a streak to create new habits.

We talk about cutting our goals down into bite size snippets and eating the elephant one bite a time.

We talk about the subtlety of failure: how bad habits compound over time and creep from one area of your life to every other.

"Show me someone whose life is messed up, and I'll show you someone who's brain is messed up," says Chip.

In rapid fire, Chip goes on to gives you one step plans to lose 26 pounds in a year, to save $10,000 a year on your healthcare costs, how to save another $44,000 by ditching a bad habit.

Chip says your health/vitality is your #1 asset and goes on to show how you can protect and nourish that using less than 4% of your day.

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