Hugo is a time management coach, helping entrepreneurs and small business owners get back in control of their time so that they can get their freedom back and spend time on what truly matters to them.
Hugo and Mark discuss time management versus attention management, priorities, intentionality, what no activity is, self-assessment of your time, and so much more!
ST Rappaport is a relationship photographer, creative journal expressive arts coach, and host of the LifePix Relationships Podcast.
ST and Mark discuss the power of writing with your non-dominant hand to deal with creative blocks and how to harness the power of questions when doing so, and so much more!
We're going back to the basics. I don't care how productive you would say you are - maybe you're not productive at all. The key to productivity is going back to the basics.
Professional athletes, every year when they return to training camp, do you know what they do for the first week? They go back to the basics. For example, let's take American football.
When they return to training camp, they're not in their pads. The quarterbacks are throwing simple passes. The running backs are running, just to run. The receivers are just catching balls. They're doing basic blocking. The coaching staff wants to make sure everyone is on a level playing field.
And so in this episode, I want to take you back to the basics.
I have four ideas that are going to help you get back to the basics. Again, I don't care how productive or not productive you are. I want to take you back to the basics.
The first thing is, I want you to...
Laura speaks with change agents, entrepreneurs, investors, leaders, and donors to get them past the doubt and indecision that consign their great ideas to limbo.
Laura and Mark discuss self-doubt, what success really means, your calling, how we all possess magic, main quests and side quests, what COVID revealed, safe spaces, and so much more!
Simon Lovell is a super high performance and emotional intelligence coach for successful CEOs, Entrepreneurs, and Leaders.
Simon and Mark discuss what a super high performer is, the levels of performance, meditation, and how it can be more than just sitting quietly, two ways to shift your energy, and so much more!
John Beede has climbed to the top of the tallest mountain on every continent, including Mount Everest.
John Beede summited the highest point on planet Earth, Mount Everest. In this episode, John shares with us his experience complete with the good (making it!), the bad (being 600 yards from the summit and having to turn back), and the downright ugly (see dead people). A fascinating conversation!
I'm an avid reader. So much so, that I strive to read a minimum of one hour a day and 52 books a year. While I don't always achieve those goals, I do read a lot.
Here is a list of books I have read and recommend. (Note: the links provided are affiliate links to Amazon. Should you purchase a book or books from this list, I will get a small commission but that does not cost you more.)
Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience (Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi)
Shut Up and Listen!: Hard Business Truths that Will Help You Succeed (Tilman Fertitta)
Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams (Matthew Walker, PhD)
The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life. (Robin Sharma)
Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success (Adam Grant)
Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know (Malcom Gladwell)
Amanda Webster is a certified mind-body wellness coach, DDP Yoga instructor, fitness model, humanitarian, and suicide survivor.
Amanda and Mark discuss how not to look to medication first, grounding, mental health, 2 types of people in this pandemic, happiness, cutting the crap, gratitude, reframing, and more!
How fast is life going for you?
I bet pretty fast.
I'm 55-years-young. In July 1997, I moved from Rochester, NY down here to Houston, TX. And the other day, I was thinking, "Holy cow, I've lived here 22 years already?" It's insane.
Time keeps going on and it keeps speeding up. I don't care how old you are.
We are a society where everything's on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Except for leap years, in which case it's 366 days.
And I wanted to create a video for you here to share with you some ideas for how you can slow down.
We're always rushing.
We're going from podcast to podcast, video to video, blog post to blog post, store to store, social media post to social media post. And we're always going.
We need to slow down.
I've got four ideas for how you can slow down.
Number one...I want you to write more and type less.
Now, what this means is instead of typing things on...
David Richards served 15 years in the US Marine Corps, and now is a yoga instructor and life coach/keynote speaker. He is also the author of 2 books.
David and Mark discuss how to create healthy spaces from home, keeping up with the Jones’, emotional roller coasters, meditation, and the importance of being silent, scattered awareness, and more!