"Tell your time where to go instead of wondering where it went" - Mark Struczewski. In this episode, I share 4 ideas on how to do that.
Bryan Falchuk is a best-selling author, speaker, and life coach. He has faced major adversities and learned how to overcome and achieve. From obesity to running marathons, from career struggles to success as a C-level executive, from watching illness threaten his family to finding lasting health, he has been through many lessons he used to develop his unique approach to inspiring others to succeed.
Bryan's best-selling first book, Do a Day, teaches the philosophy he developed to find your true motivation, set meaningful goals and achieve them by freeing yourself of judgment of the past and fear of the future. His latest book, The 50 75 100 Solution: Build Better Relationships, helps people see the power they have to make their relationships healthier and happier. Both his books come directly from his experience facing his own barriers so he could move his life forward.
Bryan's work has been featured in many top publications like Inc. Magazine, Business Insider, The LA Times,...
Laura Briggs is a former teacher turned freelancer, entrepreneur, and author of "How to Start Your Own Freelance Writing Business." She's also the host of the Advanced Freelancing podcast.
On this episode, we talk about virtual assistants (when and how to hire them) and freelancing.
You will be bored from time to time. What do you do when you're bored? Here are seven ideas that you can use for any situation when you're bored.
Christine Perakis is a Business Growth Architect, combining her business growth, legal and entrepreneurial expertise, with serving as a 100-ton Professional Boat Captain, speaker, bestselling author, to provide comprehensive 360° services to support entrepreneurs to grow multimillion-dollar businesses across 5 continents.
She's a 2-Time Category 5 hurricane survivor, learned to survive and thrive living through the aftermath of the utter devastation of her adopted island-nation.
Her upcoming book, The Resilient Leader, draws from the resilience and leadership lessons that she learned enduring those and many other storms in life and business.
On this episode, we discuss keys to going from 0 to 7 figures, investing (in yourself) versus spending (on yourself) and so much more.
I used to be a very angry person.
The littlest thing could set me off. But I've worked on becoming a more calmer person over the years. I'm not there yet...I'm definitely a work in progress. (You'll have to ask my wife how I'm doing.)
Along the way, I've discovered some things that made me be a calmer person and I want to share those with you in this blog post. Note: these things worked for me. Your mileage may vary.
READ THE BIBLE EVERY DAY
When I started reading the Bible every day on August 16, 2013, I did it more because I heard a Michael Hyatt podcast where he mentioned how he read it every day. Always one to try new things (well, most of the time), I decided to give it a go. I purchased a One Year Bible for the Kindle and began reading.
I'm proud to say that I've not missed a single day since I started. As of today - December 7, 2019, I've read the Bible every day for 2,304 days. I don't tell that you brag...but to encourage you. It doesn't take that long. Around 15 minutes a...
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 Cockerell 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...