Dai Manuel is a super dad, dating his wife, with a lead by example way of living and a contagious personality. He's on a mission to positively impact one million role models around the globe to lead a FUN-ctionally fit life through education, encouragement, and community.
Dai knows the struggle of the juggle and keeping his health and happiness a priority. He models his work based on 5 F’s: Fitness, Family, Faith, and Finances with an overarching roof of FUN, built on a rock-solid foundation of Health. Nuggets of wisdom and inspiration to take action to be your best self are guaranteed when you connect with Dai!
On this episode, Dai and I talk about diet, sugar, why Mark never wants to retire, a deep sense of purpose, the power of one small shift and more!
How grateful are you every day? In this episode, I want to give you 13 ideas for how to be more grateful. Let's start a grateful movement in our world together.
Tiffany Beverlin is the founder and CEO of DreamsRecycled.com. After her own divorce was forced to recycle her life. She was repeatedly told she was unemployable since she was out of the workforce for so long. After a fortuitous dream about problems selling her own engagement ring, she created her company for that purpose. Tiffany has appeared on AOL News, FOX News, CBS News and dozens of national publications and radio shows, bestowing hard-hitting advice on divorce.
On this episode, we talk about multitasking plus the problems of early school start times.
As the Founder of Glenn Tranter Consulting Pty Ltd, Glenn’s passion is to help people and the organizations they work for be more effective at what they do. Glenn loves coaching his customers on how to reduce busyness which frees them up to realize their potential and achieve targeted outcomes. With 30 years’ experience in consulting, business development and senior management roles, Glenn has worked with most industries in Australia across the Corporate and Government sectors.
On this episode, we talk about overloaded employees, open-plan offices, interruptions, dealing with email inboxes, procrastination and more.
Learning how to do anything (well, not ANYthing) starts with having the proper foundation. Just like building a house. In this episode, I share 5 ideas for doing (almost) anything.
A key to being productive is being consistent. How consistent are you? Not what you think...but reality. In this episode, I give 4 ideas for improved consistency.
Mike Watts is an experienced entrepreneur who has 6 startup companies under his belt. He’s founded three consecutive multi-million dollar companies in the last 10 years. Mike has successful exits from three companies including one for over $6 million. He even struck a deal with Daymond John from Shark Tank. Mike currently serves as CEO of LoveHandle, a fast-growing American manufacturer of patented custom smartphone grips and accessories where he leads a team of 30 full-time employees. Mike is a keynote speaker for entrepreneur and inventor groups as well as a guest professor at Texas A&M University's entrepreneur program. Mike is a 2-time winner of the Aggie 100 Award for fastest-growing companies and has been listed on the Fortune 5000.
On this episode, we talk about how Mike almost appeared on ABC's Shark Tank but later met Daymond John plus we talk about how to be a successful entrepreneur and so much more.
According to the 2019 Happiness Report, negative feelings are rising around the world. But happiness is possible. In this episode, I share 4 ways to be (more) happy.
Lyle Tard is a retired U.S. Air Force member and is the founder/CEO of IMPACT Servant Leadership started in 2018. His leadership mantra is Servant Leadership and wants to help create significance in the lives of others. More studies show what he truly believes and its that "Leaders lead best, when they Serve!"
On the episode, Lyle and I talk about the difference between choosing and having-to-do, the 5 AM Club, being content, serving others, knowing your value and goals.
On February 3, 2020, I decided to commit to joining the 5 AM Club. Not one to procrastinate, I officially joined the next day. Here are 3 lessons I've learned (so far).