Joel is an award-winning high school teacher, a soccer coach, and a professional speaker who works with blended and step-families as well as speaking about leadership.
On this episode, we talk about technology in education and in our world, the point of education and responsibility.
On this episode of The Mark Struczewski Podcast, I'm going to give you four things you need to do before the end of this year that used to be known as Happy New Year. But it's going to lose that title in less than a month to a new year that rumor has it they're going to call 2020. Imagine that. Breaking news here on The Mark Struczewski Podcast.
Thing number one you need to do before the end of the year is you need to review your 2019 goals.
Now, I'm assuming here that you do have goals that you created for 2019. If you didn't, well, you're just gonna have to wait until step number two because you can't review what you didn't do. Hopefully, you won't make that mistake again for 2020. We're going to talk about that in just a minute.
But let's say you did do what you're supposed to do, and you did create goals for 2019. What I want you to do is I want you to pull that list out. Now I personally write my goals out in the morning and at night and I've got them written...
Lee retired as the Executive Vice President of the Walt Disney World Resort, a position he held for 10 years. Before joining Disney in 1990 Lee held executive positions for 8 years with Hilton Hotels and 17 years with Marriott International.
On this episode, we talk about the three keys Walt Disney World uses to hire, why relationships matter and the power of clarity.
It's much easier to be thankful when life is going well than when it is not.
Think about it...
How thankful would you be if you got a flat tire in the pouring rain in rush hour?
Or you got a speeding ticket?
Or you received a bad medical diagnosis?
Of course, that would be challenging to say the least.
But I believe you have so much to be thankful for. And not just around Thanksgiving, Christmas or your birthday.
Don't believe me?
I don't know what you're going through right now, but can you be thankful for any of the following right now?
And that's just what I came up with as I wrote this blog post.
I challenge you to take some time today, grab a notebook and your...
Carrie Brooks is a professional ICF accredited life coach with years of coaching experience. She is also known as an inspirational speaker, author, and a regular columnist. Carrie is also a regular guest on Radio London.
Carrie is known in the industry as the Results Coach. She is passionate about helping people to achieve success and live life to their full potential. Carrie brings to the table a rich life experience, coaching expertise with a knowledge of many varied coaching disciplines, combined with a down to earth, solution-based practicality.
On this episode, we talk about three ways for how to develop a positive mindset.
Today I want to talk to you about five ways how you can stay productive active throughout your day, five ways to be more productive throughout your entire day. Because you probably wake up with the best of intentions, that you're going to have a great, super, incredibly productive day. But sometimes, oftentimes maybe, it gets derailed. So here are five ways how you can get and stay productive throughout your day.
Number one, let's start when you wake up. I want you to guard those first 60 to 90 minutes of your day militantly. So this means don't check email. Don't check social media. And for goodness sake, just stop watching the news.
Get up, do something for you. Something that's going to help you. Now maybe this is reading your Bible, or reading an inspirational book, like How to Win Friends and Influence People or Think and Grow Rich. Maybe you pray, maybe you do yoga, maybe you meditate, maybe you get a cup of coffee and you go on the back porch and you just sit there and just...
Terri Maxwell is a successful serial entrepreneur that started a purposeful shark tank that failed but then she pivoted and made it work. She lives by the mantra "Earn from your mistakes".
On this value-packed episode: failure, the fear and consequences of success, warning signs, the power of the pivot and why we need to crawl, walk and run to success.
Have you ever been around a jackhammer when it was being used?
Then you know how loud it is!
Today, as I type these words, we are having foundation work done on our house. One of the "benefits" of living in Houston, Texas!
They had to install two new piers in our garage and...oh my goodness was it loud!
Fortunately, it didn't take too long and they were done.
But as I listened and watched them jackhammer our garage floor, I got to thinking: are there any areas in my life that I need to take a jackhammer to?
See...that's not the question.
The question I need to answer is: what am I going to do about it?
I see a lot of people whose life is not what they want. They're operating in a world of negativity, complaining, gossiping and a whole bunch of other emotions and not going...anywhere.
Ask yourself what area or areas you need to take a jackhammer to.
And once you identify them, decide what ONE THING you can do TODAY to begin to address this area.
Emily, a former playboy photographer, is now an anti-porn activist and sexual abuse prevention educator. She is a woman on a mission to stop the cycle of sexual trauma and open our eyes to the high price we're paying for our pornified culture.
In this powerful episode, we talk about the epidemic that is sexual abuse in our world. It will equip you with the information you need. Note: this incredible conversation is not for little ears.
We're going to talk about that precious first 60 to 90 minutes of your day.
What should you do?
Once you wake up, two things you shouldn't do is 1) grab your phone. You don't need to check into social media, or check your email, or check in the news first thing in the morning. Why would you want to do that? Why would you want to enter the world of negativity and drama after you've just woken up?
First of all side note here, go on a news fast. I haven't looked at the news in about six weeks and I feel great just like Tony the Tiger, okay. So don't check email, don't check social media and don't check the news in the first 60 to 90 minutes of waking up.
The second thing I don't want you to do is rush. Allow yourself enough time. So when your alarm clock goes off, hopefully, you wake up before the alarm clock goes off. You wake up and you're refreshed. So what do you do when you wake up?
Well after you take a bio break because most people have to do a bio break, first thing...