Matt Gagnon is a professional Co-Active coach certified by the Coaches Training Institute, credentialed by the International Coach Federation, a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, keynote speaker, author, and brings 15 years of corporate sales and leadership experience.
Matt believes in living a life aligned with your values. We all have up to five core values - that when honored, evoke the best in us. The problem is that many people live life with values defined by others leaving one feeling empty and like they are never enough.
Matt was living what looked like a successful life with a six-figure job, nice house, nice car, nice clothes, etc. Behind the curtain he was actually spirally out of control resulting in chronic illness, depression, addiction, and an attempted suicide. His lifestyle eventually resulted in disability and losing the only career he had ever known.
After leaning into his faith, Matt stopped being a victim and chose to see his adversity as a call to...
LaChelle Adkins is married to Jerome Adkins. The couple have been married for 26 years and have 15 children. They had 13 children together and Jerome has 2 other sons.
In 2017, LaChelle began pursuing life coaching due successfully overcoming 3 hospitalizations in a behavioral hospital for stress and depression.
Her coaching aims to work on the mindset and to overcome limiting beliefs.She works closely with clients to build their confidence in expressing their own voice to fully enjoy life to the fullest.
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Here are 6 things that are killing your productivity: notifications, people, your environment, your schedule (planning), technology and your attitude/mindset. On this episode, I discuss these 6 things and give you some strategies to consider.
Rob and Kennedy are the most unlikely entrepreneurs you'll ever meet. Sporting hairstyles that look like comic-book characters and backgrounds in psychology, hypnosis, and show-business – it's hard to believe they're serial entrepreneurs with an uncanny knack for building businesses with riotous email marketing. These guys are great for bringing entertainment, knowledge and powerful marketing strategy straight to your podcast audience.
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Youssef Bakhsh leads the sales and business development function of the company and he helps businesses CreateTheEdge by leading team members through Collaborating to Co-Create and redefine their approach to get the Competitive Advantage.
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In this episode, I discuss three things you can do to improve your productivity. And these are easy to understand but whether or not they are easy to implement is up to you.
I run every day and right now, I’m listening to the audio book, The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor (affiliate link). Get this book! How happy are you? Now what you tell your friends. Not what you tell yourself. The truth.
I talked about this before but it needs repeating because the data shows so many people around the world are not getting enough sleep. Minimum is 8. I’ve read estimates up to 10 hours. You need to sleep as long as you need to … as long as it is at least 8 hours. Read Arianna Huffington's The Sleep Revolution (affiliate link).
You gotta move. Every day. No excuses. I don’t care what you do to move…just move.
Ruth Pearce is a project motivator, author, speaker, and coach. She also conducts research into the role of the project manager and their strengths. Her passion is studying and experimenting to understand what makes teams tick. She created her book Be a Project Motivator: Unlock the Secrets of Strengths-based Project Management to give project managers the kickstart they need to transform their teams and projects. Ken Blanchard said of her book, “Read Be a Project Motivator and watch your project teams thrive.”
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Jaime Masters has been featured on Yahoo's homepage 6 times, and in Inc, Entrepreneur, and Business Insider. She's been a top Business Coach for over 10 years and has helped hundreds of 6 & 7 figure Entrepreneurs and Business Owners optimize every area of their business.
Jaime is also the host of the online show - Eventual Millionaire, where she's interviewed over 400 self-made millionaires. She's also a tech geek, has two kiddos - and even has a sword wall in her house - Plus she loves creating automated systems and talking business growth.
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I get asked about notifications a lot.
So in this post, I’m going to share my thoughts of what notifications you should and should not have enabled on your phone.
How many notifications should you have enabled?
Short answer: as few as possible.
Translation: not all of them!
Notifications are distractions.
Think about how many times your phone dings, bings, swooshes, or vibrates over the course of a day.
Let me ask it another way: what would other people think? If you don't know, ask them. Or look around when your phone starts to make noise.
Before we get too far
There are many types of notifications (at least on the iPhone):
You don't have to have them all enabled.
Cathy Wassell is a Lead Generation Strategist specializing in LinkedIn and Facebook Ads who helps coaches and consultants build a pipeline of new clients. She runs a digital agency, Socially Contented, co-founded a membership for new businesses, Go With The Pro, and trains entrepreneurs and new businesses on how to get more clients with her Leads Machine courses. She lives in Stratford upon Avon, UK, about 2 minutes' walk from Shakespeare's house. She has two teens and two crazy spaniels and isn't sure which are more trouble.
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