The pervading view amongst the media, government, and elites seems to be that you are not capable of making your own decisions. Here is what to do as they try to limit your ability to do so.
Negative self-talk will keep you in loser mode. This episode discusses how to stop it.
It's not about hitting a home run. It's about the little things you do every day that carry you to greatness.
In the modern world, our attention is everywhere. We see thousands of social media posts and emails everyday, and this is affecting our ability to communicate clearly.
Joe McCormack is an expert in "lean communication." He helps people communicate their meaning in the most efficient and effective way possible to conserve energy and maximize attention.
Joe's insights will help you in your job and your personal life, and you'll be sure to get a lot out of this conversation.
To learn more about Joe, head over to https://thebrieflab.com/
As a human being, I can't imagine what Hell is like, but Hell on Earth to me looks a lot like being bitter about someone else's success.
The world doesn't care about you. Understanding this is the key to your success and happiness.
Eddie Gallagher is a retired US Navy Seal who was acquitted of war crimes after being falsely accused by his team mates.
For three years, Eddie and his family were put through absolute hell. He served nine months in jail, his children were dragged out of the house at gun point, and his wife waged her own war to save Eddie and their family.
Once he was acquitted, his problems did not let up. The Navy tried to take away his retirement and his Seal trident.
Nevertheless, Eddie persisted in getting his name cleared, and today, he is working to help fellow service members who were falsely accused or harshly punished by the UCMJ through the Pipe Hitters Foundation.
Eddie is also the author of a soon to be released book called The Man in the Arena, that tells the story of his and his family's ordeal.
Pre-order Eddie's book at https://theeddiegallagher.com/.
In this episode, I discuss what I would do if I were 20 years old again.