Do you have a list of things that need to get done, but for some reason you never seem to get around to doing them? Sometimes it appears that everyone around you seems like a productivity genius…while you struggle to remember to feed the cat.
Fear not intrepid listener, you don’t have to keep staring at that same to-do list as it bullies you and taunts you with feelings of failure. In this episode we’re going to reveal the 5 Reasons You Don’t Get Things Done…and how to kick those reasons to the curb forever.
Are you looking for a way to grow your tribe and build a business around your passion? Have you ever considered starting a podcast, but your concerns about the expense, the work, and the commitment it takes to start and maintain a successful podcast make you wonder if it’s worth it? Will this still work, or has podcasting had its day?
In this interview, we probe the mind of The Podcast Answer Man, Cliff Ravenscraft. He has helped launch some of the most successful podcasters – including Michael Hyatt, Dan Miller, John Lee Dumas, Amy Porterfield, Pat Flynn… and yes, Ray Edwards. Together we’ll uncover whether podcasting is the right move for you and your business.
True or False:
- You can’t be a real artist and make money.
- Most other professions are more reliable and stable than any kind of art.
- A lower percentage of artists make a stable, livable income than other
- For art to be pure, the artist should not do it for the money.
- The only way for an artist to “make it” they must “sell out.”
If you answered TRUE to ANY of those statements, you need some de-programming.
In this week’s episode Jeff Goins will help set you straight.
Here's the problem: you want to build a business, an organization, a church, or a body of work. Something that has long-term significance and impact. Yet it often feels like you’re forced to focus on short-term gains.
In this episode, we’ll introduce you to a way of leadership that is simpler, more elegant, less stressful… and more effective.
Too often we go through life bouncing from one random event to the next, always reacting to our circumstances and allowing them to dictate our lives.
If you're ever going to take control of your destiny, you have to be able to learn to adjust to circumstances using your own personal grit, determination, and the ability to focus on significance instead of success. Today's guest, Aaron Walker, can help you do just that.