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The host of Midnight Motivation, Tony Pec, gives you the real and honest reason why some entrepreneurs succeed over others; they don't take sick days.
Listen in to author, speaker, and board-certified internal medicine physician Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is an author, speaker, and board-certified internal medicine physician discuss the importance of rest. Discover now the difference between sleep and rest.
Listen to this quick example of how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. put his ideas to action.
In this snippet, Jerry Seinfeld gives his advice for aspiring writers and anyone who has a creative streak.
Listen in to the importance of having a bigger purpose behind their business. Whatever the product being sold is, the new generation of buyers want to be attached to a bigger purpose.
Have a quick listen to why goals are good for your mind. At a basic level, we operate on a conscious and subconscious levels. Discover what these two levels have to do with goal setting and achievement.
From time to time, our confidence gets tested. You get bad news, you don’t feel attractive, you feel incapable or uncertain. In this episode, learn how to bounce back from insecurities and show up feeling confident, certain, and empowered.
Book-industry people love to tell this old (probably apocryphal) story, because it illustrates the temptation, and the folly, of deciding that your plan for business success is to do only those ventures that will be highly successful.Get in touch: @gretchenrubin; firstname.lastname@example.orgGet in touc
Listen in to this quote from Simon Sinek about how comparison is the deadliest thing we can do to ourselves.
Listen in to learn some tips for remaining authentic while selling a product. Learn how to present a very natural on-screen personal and not get too rigid in front of the camera. Discover the importance of putting a face to a brand, matching your brand, and more.
Listen in to this discussion there any scenarios in which leaning in to discomfort is avoidable. Much like how muscles need to break down to grow back stronger, so do we mentally.
Whenever you wake up, decide to start the day right by priming yourself to be in a good mood and practicing gratitude.
I once wrote, "We all like to appear 'successful' (a nebulous term at best) and the media likes to portray standouts as superheroes...Most 'superheroes' are nothing of the sort. They’re weird, neurotic creatures who do big things DESPITE lots of self-defeating habits and self-talk."
Listen to Astronaut Scott Kelly discuss how he approaches and his perspective of fear. Kelly believes fear is an important thing as an evolutionary benefit, but it’s also something that you need to be able to control. It allows you to focus on what’s important in the moment. Also hear how he deals w
Listen in to Maya Angelou’s powerful and inspiring poem, “Still I Rise”.
Boundaries are essential when creating balance in your work and personal life. Learn about the importance of having time off to rest and reset.
Listen to Simone Seol’s new method of coaching. With two columns, one being the “patriarchal industrial model of creativity” model of productivity and the other being the “post-industrial feminist model of creativity” model.
What does it mean to be an icon? It’s someone who the public looks at as being an expert in a particular area. Identify what conversation you most want to be a part of to insure your name is a part of the conversation, even when you’re not there.
Matthew McConaughey and Vishen Lakhiani discuss the “Law of Resonance”, that is, the universe doesn’t give you what you want, it gives you what you are. But where is the line between fate and the effort. McConaughey talks about his experience with practically pursuing life beyond the classroom.
Certain people have this people to motivate us towards change, but how do great leaders have the ability to inspire others to action? For a movement to be successful, there needs to be core group of leaders who can unite a population, organize protests, who are engaged, and have the resources.
What is it that you measure when measuring success? Is it the statistics and data or the effort? Is it money, health, a family? Listen in to this quick bit of this larger discussion of measuring success.
Discover how to embrace perpetual change in the evolution of becoming with Dave and life coach and bestselling author Mike Bayer. Listen in as they identify and briefly explain the five tenets of change that are honesty, curiosity, openness, willingness, and focus.
Ask yourself, “what would a successful person do in order to complete this task?” Listen to this quick manifestation mediation for success.
Listen in to this discussion of how to stay mentally fit using the acronym, FFIT. FFIT stands for Frequent, Focusing, Intentional, and Thinking. In this snippet, ‘Frequent’ is explained as scheduling time to think to insure it becomes it a part of your routine.
Angela Lee Duckworth left a demanding consulting job to teach math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn’t the only thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. Here, she explains her theory of “grit” as a predictor of success.
Les Brown, famous inspirational speaker, also known for his work as an author, radio DJ, and television host, offers some insight and motivation for finding success and focuses on the root causes of the things holding you back from achieving it.
Jim Rohn is back on the show today to talk about embracing the polarity of life and shares some tips on how to put the negative parts of life into perspective while appreciating the positive.
Brian Tracy is back on the show with a message about the importance of taking action as soon as possible on your goals, and encourages you to stop hanging out in “Someday Isle.”
Simon Sinek - This week we talk to one of our favorite speakers and personalities, Simon Sinek. Simon is a popular author who is best known for his book, “Start with Why”. Not only is he an amazing speaker, but he has one of the most popular TEDx videos ever released.
In this episode, You Will Learn: The power of in-person connection, what social media should be used for, the story of Andy getting stabbed and disfigured, and the moment that changed his perspective on adversity.