Ryan Narus is a Wake Forest University double graduate with an undergrad degree in Psychology / Statistics and an MBA. He's also a real estate entrepreneur who started with nothing: no money, no experience, and no network. Productivity hacks allowed me to make my side hustle become my full time gig.
On this episode: why being clever is better than being smart, victim mentality, lies he was told, sacrifice & patience and value buckets.
Have you ever had one of the those days when it feels as if you’re dragging concrete blocks around all day?
No matter what you try to do to get more energy – drink an absurd amount of caffeine, splash cold water on your face or jump up and down shaking your arms, nothing seems to work.
That’s because you’re too late.
The time to create energy is before you need it.
Here are five ideas for you to get more energy so you can be more productive.
The experts recommend 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night.
Not whenever you can “fit it in”.
Your body needs 7 to 9 hours of sleep a night.
There is a lot of research out there for how to get a good night sleep but instead of me summarizing it here, do yourself (and your productivity) a favor and go grab Arianna Huffington’s book, The Sleep Revolution (affiliate link). It’ll rock your world…and help you get the sleep your body needs.
Frank King, Suicide Prevention speaker and Trainer was a writer for The Tonight Show for 20 years.
Depression and suicide run his family. He’s thought about killing himself more times than he can count. He’s fought a lifetime battle with Major Depressive Disorder and Chronic Suicidality, turning that long dark journey of the soul into five TEDx Talks and sharing his lifesaving insights on Mental Health Awareness with associations, corporations, and colleges.
A Motivational Public Speaker who uses his life lessons to start the conversation giving people permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide.
And doing it by coming out, as it were, and standing in his truth, and doing it with humor.
He believes that where there is humor there is hope, where there is laughter there is life, nobody dies laughing. The right person, at the right time, with the right information, can save a life.
Frank's cell phone number:...
Samuel Knickerbocker specializes in 21st century financial strategies focused on helping you establish a legacy of meaning. His passion is to empower high achieving men and women like you with the financial foundation essential to maximize fulfillment in your life and create your legacy. He is the Host of the Fuel Your Legacy Podcast where he teaches the foundational habits, mindsets and behaviors essential to create a legacy that lasts.
On this episode, we talk about what legacy is and what it is not, questions you should ask yourself on a daily basis and an exercise to discover your legacy.
According to a 2015 study from Microsoft Corp., people generally lose concentration after eight seconds.
I read that last sentence out loud in what I consider average speed and it took me eight seconds.
Eight seconds is not a lot of time.
I decided to search what can be accomplished in eight seconds and I discovered that most people can tie a tie, run up 25 steps and insert their debit card into an ATM and enter their PIN.
I also discovered that I could throw our 16-month old and very active puppy her tennis ball to the other side of our yard and have her bring it back to me.
No matter how you slice it, eight seconds is not a lot of time.
But your attention (focus) is needed in order for you to be productive.
Here is how you can become more focused and therefore more productive.
Throughout your day, take a few moments, close your eyes and take several deep breaths. Don’t think about what you just did or what comes next…just be still for 2-3 minutes (you...
Currently, Founder, President and CEO of 3Sixty Management Services, LLC. And author of the book Tighten the Lug Nuts. 3Sixty Management Services is a complete management services company with seasoned professionals focused on, Thought Leadership, Leadership Development and Process Improvement.
Prior, Rocky served as CEO and Director of UniTek Global Services based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. UniTek Global Services is a provider of engineering, construction management and installation services to companies specializing in the telecommunications field. In this role, Rocky was responsible for leading restructuring and sales efforts along with rapidly building the enterprise brand and developing a culture needed to integrate past acquisitions, while creating a unified company with one vision and brand.
On this episode, we talk about consistency, tightening the lug nuts, nice to do versus nice to have and how doing nothing is not an option.
I'm reading Dale Carnegie's classic book, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, and one of the chapters was so powerful I had to share it's message with you because it affected my life.
Growing up in an all-women household, Eric Lindstrom was nourished to obesity on meat. Today, Lindstrom is an ethical vegan and author of two books, "The Skeptical Vegan" and "The Smart Parent's Guide to Raising Vegan Kids." Lindstrom lives in Ithaca, NY with his vegan wife and two vegan toddlers.
In this episode, we talk about why Eric became a vegan overnight, cliches of being a vegan plus we have a ton of fun! An incredible episode even if you're not a vegan.
From food stamps to financial success...
Britt is the founder of In Arms Coaching and Pittie Posse Rescue, a ground-breaking dog rescue. She's a six figure business coach and speaker who is deeply in service to women who are fully committed to building a business they LOVE, that is lucrative, joyful, AND leaves them time to do all the other things they love in their life.
She's far from your average business woman and we think your audience will find her story relatable and inspiring….
Britt took herself from a struggling single mother on food stamps to a work-at-home owner of a thriving, home-based business as well as her own non-profit- in less than 40 hours a week on average.
Once she grew In Arms Coaching to six figures she focused on founding a non-profit dog rescue while still continuing to lead her heart centered biz, with both ease and more free time than many self-employed women enjoy.
She believes all women should be able to follow their passions AND be prosperous...
Procrastination is the enemy. An epidemic in our world. But all hope is not lost. It is possible to stop procrastinating.
Just as in life, when it comes to learning how to conquer procrastination, there’s a lot to be said about simplicity. The easier it is to understand a concept or strategy, the more likely are you to implement it.
Here are five ways you can stop procrastinating today.
Stop procrastinating method #1: don’t trust your memory
According to a 1956 article in Psychological Review written by George A. Miller, humans can retain around seven digits, six letters, and around five words. However, it depends on the complexity of the information being stored in our brains. For example, seven short words are easier to retain than seven long words.
Another study, found in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, discovered that while early research found that the memory’s cut off was seven items, “the true capacity is lower when people are not...