Welcome to episode 28 of The Greatness Project. In this episode I interview the inspirational author of the ‘Szen Zone’, Gary Szenderski.
Tune in to learn how we can rebrand ourselves for positive life change, in addition to ways we can find more success in our lives; via discovering, embracing, and then pushing out to the world our truest most authentic self-brand.
Founders, Matthew Roberts and Nathan Anderson tell us about their new passion-filled venture known as P.E.A.R. They give us some insight on how they came up with their business idea, while also sharing why they are so driven to bring this product to the market.
If you want to be inspired, listen, and learn from these two guys… guys, who are out there in the arena, who are not sitting back waiting for things to happen…but instead, are out their striving to make things happen, then you want to tune in to this episode.
Welcome to episode 24 of the Greatness Project. In this episode, I chat with Canadian serial entrepreneur, business advisor, and real estate investor, Jay Wong.
Jay is the host of the Inner Change Maker; a #1 rated self-help podcast on iTunes, and is on a mission to create empowering media that helps business owners grow their bottom-line through online marketing and elevating their leadership. Go give the show a listen, it may change your life…
Optimal motivation can be achieved when we combine both a strong and clear vision for what we want to do, with external stimulus to keep us primed for moving forward on our goals.
In other words, we can use external motivation as the kick in the pants we need to stay on track to achieve our goals with the same enthusiasm and within the time frames we initially set out to achieve them.
To help you maintain optimal levels of motivation, check out this list of the 10 best motivational videos ever made.
If you haven’t noticed, I am a huge student of success. I’ve been studying success for a while now, for over a decade to be exact.
In my research and in much of my readings, I’ve always come across the following phrases; “walk away from the masses”, “leave the herd”, and one of the most poignant, “walk away from the 97%”.
There was a time when I enjoyed hearing such phrases. I guess you could say they resonated with me on some level. Probably because I’ve always felt this urge to be more than normal.
I imagine it is a tug or a subtle feeling you’ve experienced as well in your life. You know, the feeling of being pulled or nudged in a certain direction, despite the path you’ve seem to have already chosen for yourself?
The consistent, yet silent reminder that we can be more than ordinary. The voice on our shoulders that whispers, ‘you have the potential to be extraordinary.’