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You Don’t Have To Be Perfect To Be Awesome – Dan Waldschmidt

A step is infinitely easier than a journey, says today’s guest Dan Waldschmidt. Being stuck where we are is a decision we make because the journey appears too long, the obstacles too overwhelming, the mountain too high so we just stay stuck. Dan says the most important step is the first and if we can put the […]

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Jon Dwoskin – Thinking Big & Acting Small

There are a lot of wannabe Tony Robbins and Gary Vaynerchuks on the interwebs these days telling you to hustle harder and dream bigger. But you’re not going to check off those 200 things on your to-do list before your head hits the pillow. You’re just not. The good news, according to today’s guest on the Get […]

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Ed Brooks – The Amazing Impact Your Reputation Can Have

Putting out your shingle. That’s what they used to call it. You start a business, you hang out your sign, and you hope enough people find you to keep you in business. Once upon a time, that was enough. Those days are over because being found is the easy part. Google fixed that. Today’s guest, automotive digital […]

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Stan Peake – Turning Your Worst Adversity Into Your Greatest Asset

“I’m not going to let a perfectly good broken back go to waste,” he told himself as he lay in the hospital bed with no insurance, no money and no plan. Self proclaimed adrenaline junkie Stan Peake climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, hiked the Inca trail, swam in the open ocean with sharks, and leaped off of a skyscraper.  Then […]

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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 […]

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Becoming BETTER! Healthy Habits That Change Lives and Families

I’ve been surprised by a great many things since my book came out in December – like the huge rush I get from hearing people say they put the ideas into action and made positive changes in their life. I never really thought about how satisfying that would be. Another thing that has taken me […]

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Learning To Fly: Meditating For Height And Distance

When Andy Puddicombe was a boy he went with his mother to a meditation class, which in his 11 year old mind meant he would be learning some Kung Fu, Jedi, Super Ninja type stuff, possibly even how to levitate and fly. He did not learn how to fly. But the concept of mindfulness and […]

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5 Medical Miracles The Health Care Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know About

America is the most medicated civilization in the history of, well, civilization. Nearly 70% of Americans take at least one prescription drug regularly. 50% take two. A mind blowing 1 out of every 5 Americans is on 5 or more prescriptions. We take them for wide variety of reasons: High blood pressure (22%), High Cholesterol […]