When most people think of FOMO, the fear of missing out, they equate it with staying connected via their devices and to social media, instant messaging, and other apps so that they are always in the know.
As someone who grew up in the 1970s and early 1980s when the public had no access to the Internet, I find this quite interesting. Back then, if something happened, you had to wait until the evening news or for the paper to be delivered in the morning.
John Stoj has spent two decades on Wall Street, founded & sold a food business, and now works with mid to late-career clients who have been successful, but know they need help.
He is the founder of Verbatim Financial. And he says he is the husband to the strongest and best medical doctor ever, his wife, Eva. John Stoj, welcome to the show.
Thank you. Thank you, Mark. I appreciate it. And I'm glad to be here...
Jessica Zemple helps individuals and organizations find their deeper purpose and translate that into authentic success through transformative coaching, workshops, retreats, and motivational speaking.
Jessica Zemple helps individuals and organizations find their deeper purpose and translate that into authentic success through transformative coaching, workshops, retreats, and motivational...
Back on February 7, 2021, I wrote, I've Declared Myself a Writer…Now What?, announcing that I declared myself a writer on January 23rd.
But until June 14, I'd not written anything.
I wish I had a good answer for you.
I failed to do the very thing I wrote about in the last blog post: write daily.
Well, that's not entirely true.
I did write for 25 consecutive days. Not a bad streak, if I do say so myself.
So why did I stop?
As I reflected on...
Larry Winget is known as The Pitbull of Personal Development and multiple bestselling author. In this conversation from June 27, 2019, Larry gives his brutally honest thoughts on fear, entrepreneurship, people who claim they're a best-selling author or a top speaker, and more!
I'm so thrilled to have Larry on the podcast because he is a no BS kind of guy. He's gonna tell you the way it is....
I've been asked many questions over the course of my ten-plus years of being in the productivity space.
But my favorite question has to be:
What does productivity mean to me?
Understand that many people want to know tips, hacks, strategies, or whatever you want to call them to BE more productive.
So they can get more done.
I get it.
But I think it's important to dive deeper.
I would argue that if you don't know WHY you want to be more productive, what's the...
Neen James is a sales and leadership coach and keynote speaker on Focus, Connecting, Attention, and Productivity using Systems Thinking. She’s also the author of Attention Pays: How to Drive Profitability, Productivity, and Accountability* and Folding Time: How to Achieve Twice As Much In Half The Time*. I hope to have Neen back on my show soon but until then, here’s our conversation from April 2019. (* - These are...
Charlie Bailes is a husband and a dad of three, a fourth-generation family member at ABC Fine Wine & Spirits, an avid CrossFitter, a health nut, and an entrepreneur. He loves meeting new people and having meaningful conversations. His main goal is to inspire others to act to help themselves.
Charlie Bailes, welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me, Mark. You know, when we...
Lisa Fabrega is a leadership coach who helps ambitious people expand their capacity to handle more growth, wealth & success. For more than ten years, she has helped entrepreneurs, corporate executives, Academy Award nominees, and Nobel Prize organization candidates break through boundaries that have been holding them back from their next level.
This is the Mark Struczewski podcast. Lisa...
On this episode of The Life Without Overwhelm Show three mistakes people are making with their to-do list.
Now, as I give you these three things, I want you to think about, I want you to think about if you are committing these mistakes. I will venture a guess most people that read these words, are committing one, two, or all three of these at different times of their lives.
So let's talk about the first mistake people make when it comes to their to-do lists.
Number one, not even...
Naz Beheshti is the author of Pause. Breathe. Choose.: Become the CEO of Your Well-Being. She is an executive wellness coach, speaker, Forbes contributor, and CEO and founder of Prananaz, a corporate wellness company improving leadership effectiveness, employee engagement and well-being, company culture, and business outcomes. Clients include Nike, JPMorgan Chase, Omega Institute, UCSF, Columbia University, and Stanford University. Naz...
Tiffany Nguyen is The Spunk Spiritualist! She's a pharmacist and spiritual life coach who guides people to an aligned, at-ease life by having a solid, fulfilling relationship with themselves.
Tiffany Nguyen, welcome to the show.
Thank you, Mark.
So I have to ask this right off the top. Why do you call yourself the spunky spiritualist?