We’ve been seeing it all over the news for months (even years):
“Times are tough.”
From the economy to politics to maybe even some personal challenges you might be facing, it might seem like the bad news never stops flooding in. As Lifeonaires, how can we prepare ourselves for this and live abundantly?
In this episode, Wojo and Peter explore how to approach difficulties with mindsets and strategies that will help you master the art of riding the ebbs and flows of life. They cover:
Don’t continue to let fear get in your way! Grab a pen and paper and get ready to have some mindsets and strategies for not just surviving in these times, but THRIVING!
Your attitude can help you reach your greatest potential. In fact, this week, our guest demonstrates what happens when you approach life with an attitude of charity, curiosity, and more. We have Calvin Crosslin (VP of HR, Chief Diversity Officer AND President of the Lenovo Foundation at Lenovo) to share the secret sauce for success!
Calvin has a heart for giving and a zest for learning. That’s why you’ll want to listen to this one very carefully because Calvin talks about a variety of different game-changers he’s discovered about leadership and getting the most out of your relationships with others (in both ideal and non-ideal situations).
If you take on some of the approaches he shares, it’s going to help you tremendously in several different avenues including business, your personal life, and so much more.
Have you ever had a moral failure that you felt you couldn’t come back from? Or have you ever had someone you loved or looked up to make a mistake that felt unforgivable?
This week’s episode covers a heavy topic that many of us will experience through our own actions or others’ (if not already). Our guest this week, Mike Lee, was a pastor of a large church until he had an affair. And he’s here to tell his story about everything he’s learned from this failure, from how to pick up the pieces of your life when you make a big mistake, to how to treat someone who has made a big mistake and is trying to rectify it.
We want to emphasize that we are in no way condoning affairs and similar actions, or excusing behavior. We believe this is an important conversation to have because we want to provide help to you as a listener for times like these. You may be wondering: is God done with me yet? How should I treat someone who did something I don’t condone? How should we as Christians take failure in our leadership? Can I walk with someone who is trying to be a new person after messing up without excusing their actions? These are the tough questions we want to shed light on.
Are you struggling to get out of the weeds in your business?
The good news is every business owner who is now able to enjoy the time and financial freedom that comes with their endeavors was once in your shoes. They just had the keys to help them get out of the woods.
That’s why on this special episode, we have the CEO of the most successful marketing and automation software on the line: Clate Mask! He’s going to share the essential mindsets and strategies he used to get his business where it’s at now (running smoothly with over 125,000 clients).
Clate pulls back the curtain on:
Clate is a GOLD MINE of ideas, so if you have a struggling business, or you want to take yours to the next level, or if you’re a leader in your career, buckle up, and get ready to shoot from surviving to thriving!
To learn more about Clate’s automation and marketing company, Keap, go to keap.com
Brian Trippe was going through the tragedy of divorce, and it put him in a very dark place. Perhaps you can relate.
When it happened, Brian had a decision to make. He could turn to indulgences to try to numb the pain (drinking, sitting at home alone, stress eating, drugs) but he chose a different route….After seventeen years of a sedentary lifestyle, he made a decision to go on a walk.
Three years later, Brian is an Ironman Triathlon athlete!
And he’s here to share about how to make decisions that will lead you towards the positive and away from the negative so you can benefit from good health, mental strength, aligned priorities, and an overall ability to navigate whatever comes your way.
In this packed interview, Brian covers:
If you feel stuck in the grip of tragedy or the pull of negative influences in your life, don’t go anywhere. Brian's insight has something to offer anyone who is struggling.