All posts in "Resilience"

Clay Green

Published July 17, 2018 in Coaching , Mindset , Resilience - 0 Comments
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My guest today is Clay Green, motivational speaker, personal trainer and ceo at EnthusiastiClay (I love that!)

 As a leading instructor for the US Navy, in the Nuclear Power Plant Operations Pipeline, Clay Green was responsible for training hundreds of other Reactor Operators on how to safely and confidently operate a naval nuclear reactor without being distracted by the fact that they were under water, on a submarine, with a torpedo chasing them and a fire burning!

 Clay’s ability to distinguish between feelings and facts, emotions and thoughts, reactions and contemplative though is what enabled Clay to have a huge impact on dozens of companies, including Intel.

 Today, Clay focuses his efforts on entrepreneurs and executives by helping them understand how their subconscious affects every decision they face.

 Clay supports achievers and leaders by empowering them through high-performance habits and tactics to control and manage the state of flow in their lives. His expertise is showing you how to reroute your thinking through tiny, daily practices and habits.

Clay has helped people overcome crushing debt, increase performance, and maximize their efficiency and effectiveness.

We cover a lot of ground in this interview, including:

  • The importance of mindset  
  • How tiny daily practices and habits can be so powerful.
  • How quickly can someone expect to go from average to efficient?

 Clay leaves us with one word: Meditate!

 You can connect with Clay on his website here:

http://enthusiasticlay.com/

 Check out his 5 days to superhuman focus download here: http://enthusiasticlay.com/5-days-to-focus-and-productivity

 

Anna Lundberg

Published April 10, 2018 in Business , Coaching , Resilience - 0 Comments

My guest today is Anna Lundberg.

Anna Lundberg is a success coach and business strategist who helps people create businesses and build a lifestyle that allows them an unimagined sense of freedom, flexibility and fulfilment across different areas of their lives.

Anna built her professional career in beauty and luxury marketing, working with brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss and Burberry. Today, she continues to advise businesses and train teams on how to create powerful brands, develop effective marketing strategies and build digital capabilities in their organization.

As a coach, she helps her clients take their ‘one step outside’ the 9 to 5, create an alternative career for themselves, and reimagine success in their personal and professional lives.

Anna is a speaker and workshop facilitator as well as a published writer, with articles appearing on Inc. Magazine, Business Insider, and other online publications.

Some of the topics we cover are:

  • Redefining success beyond the narrow confines of work and career, to incorporate different areas of your life;
  • Overcoming your fear of failure and getting out of your comfort zone;
  • Dreaming bigger than ever before while being patient and showing self-compassion

You can connect with Anna on her website: www.onestepoutside.com

And, take advantage of the Success Audit here: www.onestepoutside.com/successaudit

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Troy Wilkerson

Published March 13, 2018 in Entrepreneurship , Resilience - 0 Comments

Troy Wilkerson is a former Americorps alumni with three years of voluntary service under his belt. During his time, he served as a youth counselor, Americorps team leader and an environmental coordinator. He was responsible for tasks such as facilitating team building initiatives, communication activities, and designing outdoor curriculum.

These days, he focuses on being a good fiancée while pursuing a stand up comedy career. He is the founder of "Is This Thing On?", a weekly comedy showcase that provides opportunities for emerging comedic professionals. He is still helping kids  by working as a part time youth advocate consultant, and he works as a graphic designer.

Some of the topics we discuss in this episode are:

  • How do entrepreneurship & comedy intertwine. 
  • The importance of timing and failure
  • How do you address setbacks 
  • How would you define success

You can connect with Troy on his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ISTHISTHINGComedy

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Rachel E. Wright

Published January 30, 2018 in Mindset , Resilience - 0 Comments

My guest today is Rachel E. Wright. Rachel is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, licensed insurance producer, volunteer, and philanthropist. 

In the spring of 2017, she opened her company, Rachel Chats, after a successful kidney transplant in July 2016. The obstacles Rachel faced could not deter her from what life had to offer. Her mission is to share her journey through kidney disease, from disappointment to resilience, and to encourage kidney patients and those facing other debilitating illnesses to make their dreams their reality despite their illness.

During our conversation, Rachel explains what being diagnosed with kidney disease in the prime of her life was like, some of the symptoms she experienced, and she gives us a peek inside the life of an ambitious woman who doesn't know the meaning of  the term "give up."

Rachel has taken a bleak situation and turned it into a way to help others, which is one of the best ways to realize purpose in life. Way to go Rachel!

You can connect with Rachel at her website: https://rachelchats.com/

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