Episode 60 - How To Take Risks Today So That Your Tomorrow Becomes The Best Moment In Life with Jonny Mitchell.⁣

Released on September 25, 2020
In life many times we are presented with situations where we must decide whether to give up or try again, sometimes we must dare to change the process, but not the goal.⁣ 
In those cases it is necessary to trust our instincts, let ourselves be carried away by what we feel will guide us to the goal.⁣
Taking risks, undoubtedly risks are big steps that are not always easy to take, but that is necessary to achieve our dream.⁣
Not to overthink, the more you think about it, the more time you give your brain to think of thousands of reasons not to. Remember that everything starts with the first step, if you have an idea, run with it, and execute it.⁣
Surround yourself with people who teach you things. When we start a company it is important to create a wonderful team that gives us knowledge and a lot of energy that drives us to the top.⁣
Following this advice, Jonny Mitchell with a computer and a purpose managed to create one of the largest trading accounts around the world. Currently, he is using his business knowledge, healthcare experience and, the online influence of over 400k+ followers to make a huge difference in the world by turning his influence into impact and joining Lewis & Liam on their mission to ensure The Coaching Masters makes its mark on the world.⁣
Traveling the world with his laptop under Jonny's arm, he has created a whole empire. If you want to learn to take risks and go for your dreams, stay until the end of this podcast and remember:⁣
Once you pick out of the wall you'll never go back.⁣
- Jonny Mitchell.⁣

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Episode 59 - How Acquiring Knowledge Will Lead You To The Peak Of Your Desired Success With Jas Takhar.

Released on September 21, 2020
Entrepreneurship is one of the greatest challenges that any person can have, managing and controlling the fear of failure can be difficult, but not impossible.⁣
Knowing yourself, identifying what you are good at, and exploiting it, taking advantage of it is what will give you the confidence and strength to start your company. Don't worry about your weaknesses or the things you don't know how to do, you will always find someone to fill all those gaps.⁣
Reading and acquiring knowledge is extremely important to know how and where you are going to direct your ideas. Knowledge becomes very powerful only if you use it, otherwise you are doing no good.⁣
Change your fears and mindset. This is one of the most important steps to be successful in your company. Changing mentality consists of understanding that everything is born from our thoughts that become feelings, feelings become actions and actions become results. Hold a thought in abundance and it is what you will receive. On the other hand, fears can paralyze and that is why it is necessary to silence all that internal noise and give a turn to all negative thoughts.⁣
Surround yourself with positive people, your work team should be people with whom you feel comfortable, who bring solutions, proactive. ⁣
Be grateful, get up every morning thanking for all that you have accomplished, and what is to come.⁣
If you want to know how to start your business, stay until the end of this podcast and remember:⁣
𝘙𝘦𝘢𝘥𝘺, 𝘈𝘪𝘮, 𝘍𝘪𝘳𝘦.⁣
- 𝘑𝘢𝘴 𝘛𝘢𝘬𝘩𝘢𝘳.⁣

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Episode 58 - How To Achieve Success Through Your Unique Spiritual Connection With Alana Fairchild.

Released on September 18, 2020
The spiritual connection is the communication with everything, a divine force capable of moving energies and guiding us towards the path where we should be.⁣⁣ 
Today, humanity is used to living disconnected, living in chaos, that is why many times we feel incomplete, lost, not knowing where to go, and even struggle with sickness.⁣⁣
Spirituality needs trust. It is quite difficult to believe and trust something that is not seen and that we cannot control, but that is where we find the beauty of the divine energy within and around us.⁣⁣
Faith, having the certainty that the universe always gives us and takes us away as an act of love, to guide us on the right path and achieve the learning that our soul needs to evolve. That evolution depends on how focused and oriented our soul is to face moments of controversy and failures.⁣⁣
Keep in mind that failures are just an illusion, that's the way how the universe teach you something. These are the teachings that Alana Fairchild leaves us in this episode.⁣⁣
Alana, a highly regarded Australian author, whose work celebrates and communicates with the wild grace of the divine feminine, making her real, accessible, and relevant to modern humans. Creator of the program Kuan Yin Transmission modality that unites the Chinese Goddes Kuan Yin, with the Egyptian Goddes Isis, The Tibetan Goddes Tara, Kali Ma from India, and mother Mary from the lands of the middle east in joyful integration to awaken, protect and heal humanity and our planet.⁣⁣
If you want to learn to strengthen your spiritual connection, stay until the end of this podcast and always remember:⁣⁣
Failure is just an illusion.⁣⁣
- Alana Fairchild.⁣⁣

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Episode 57 - How Resilience Will Help You Be a Part Of The 1% Of The World With Sam Bakhtiar.

Released on September 14, 2020
Sometimes life takes us through times of controversy, where we often question and criticize ourselves, we fall to despair and lose faith. ⁣⁣
God will never give you something you can't handle. It is right there, in those moments of controversy where the greatest leap of faith is, to move forward despite the fear. ⁣⁣
Fear is the main reason why people fail. The day we learn that failure is part of learning and embrace mistakes, that day we will be successful. ⁣⁣
Sam Bakhtiar is an example of that. A loving family man and father who has based his life on perseverance, strength, and self-confidence to achieve his goals in life.⁣⁣
Today he is CEO, author, world-class bodybuilder, and multi-millionaire entrepreneur; owner of two supplement and nutrition companies, founder of the Camp transformation center with 110 locations. Apart from holding a Bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State University in sports science and life science and a doctorate from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in the US.⁣⁣
Despite all the titles, it was at the end of his first marriage, and at the beginning of bankruptcy that Sam reunited with himself and decided to embark on a path full of stones and difficulties that he overcame until he became what we see in our episode today.⁣⁣
If you want to know more about how to get ahead in times of controversy and how to start being part of the 1% of the world, I recommend you stay until the end of the podcast to receive unique information.⁣⁣
The obstacles are not in the way, they are the way.⁣⁣
- Sam Bakhtiar.⁣⁣
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Episode 56 - How Failure Can Be The Best Way To Succeed In Life With Peter Taunton.

Released on September 10, 2020
Success is made up of many things that we can ignore because we have a wrong concept of what it is. ⁣
Success is not only the things we achieve but how we react to the teachings along the way. To reach the top and achieve your dreams, I believe that you have to act with humility, which is undoubtedly the factor that opens all the doors of the world. ⁣
We must all give fair value to our potentials, fully trust ourselves, and our decisions. Invest in human capital, surround yourself with people who have the same enthusiasm, your same intentions, and the best energy, this will help your company grow and expand.⁣
Be patient, remember that everything in life takes time, you must fulfill a process if you want everything to go smoothly. But above all, accept and embrace mistakes, this is a fundamental part of learning, reacting assertively to moments of controversy. ⁣
Many of these groundbreaking tips that Peter Taunton gives us as an entrepreneur from the fitness world who started his widely known Snap Fitness 24-7 franchise in 2003, a different gym than what we are used to, with more than 4000 open clubs. ⁣
If you want to know more tips on how to reach the top, stay until the end of this podcast and remember: ⁣
If you are not failing you're not trying hard enough.⁣
- Peter Taunton.
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Episode 55 - How To Create And Develop The Perfect Balance In Your Life With Brian Bradley.

Released on September 7, 2020
Balancing your life is the number one priority, so you can achieve your professional & personal goals as Brian Bradley does and recommends during this episode.⁣⁣⁣
Brian is a posture - pain - performance coach of The Egoscue Method, motivational speaker, and promoter of healthy principles throughout 15 countries, and a faithful believer that real and lasting changes can happen when we commit to a healthier lifestyle.⁣⁣⁣
He is the one who for more than 25 years has dedicated himself to teaching people how to live without pain and have healthier lives using The Egoscue Method, based on personalized hand exercises with technological instruments with the sole objective of returning your body to the much-desired Balance you deserve.⁣⁣⁣
Brian is currently on a personal mission to help millions of people to live a wonderful life and improve their bodies. With his postural training programs, fitness experience, and his unique personality motivates people to go further and obtain better results. His clients include Tony Robbins, Bulletproof Radio, YPO, the Seattle Study Club, the NFL, NBA, NHL, MMA, and UFC Champion Connor McGregor. ⁣⁣⁣
If you have been interested in Brian's work, I invite you to listen to the entire podcast so you can start adding more value to your life with his methods.⁣⁣⁣
Always remember, balance is number one...⁣⁣⁣
- Brian Bradley.⁣⁣⁣
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Episode 54 - How To Achieve Greatness Through Your Own Light with Harry Singha.

Released on September 4, 2020
Life is a crazy roller coaster, we cannot predict the future but we can learn from the past by recognizing our inner light. This is how Harry Singha achieved success through the recognition of his history.⁣
Harry is a man of values ​​and principles, who has shared the stage with iconic figures such as Bill Clinton, Tony Robbins, Robin Sharma, and Sir Richard Branson.⁣
Harry's real process started at a very young age, one thing is having a goal and another is enjoying the process.⁣
When he was a kid he experienced domestic violence with his mother and siblings, due to his father's alcoholism. It was a very difficult time, where he watched his father beat his mother 3 to 5 times a week and feeling the stress of seeing his older sisters run away from home.⁣
His adolescence was difficult, Harry began to sleep in the streets only to not go home, until one day he came home his uncle tried to murder him, but thank God his mother stopped him and told Harry to leave home. As a result of all that Harry believed that the problem was him and that everything that had happened was his fault.⁣
Over time it was the understanding that Harry began to help other people without asking for anything in return, this turned into good karma that allowed him to change his life in less than 5 years.⁣
Harry learned through the experiences of others, the problems of everyday life and the experiences of his clients; that nothing had been wrong and that everything that happened in his childhood was not his fault.⁣

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Episode 53 - How to Build Your Future As An Entrepreneur with Jared Yellin

Released on August 31, 2020
Entrepreneurship is not a goal or profession, it is a process that takes time, perseverance, and a lot of love for what you do; that's why Jared Yellin who has personally been an example to follow is with us today. ⁣
Jared is an entrepreneur dedicated to providing the ultimate experience in the world through his company SYNDUIT. His goal was made very clear in 2011 when he told his wife Lindsey that he would help more than 1,000,000 entrepreneurs achieve the freedom they deserve.⁣
Today, he is doing it! A person worthy of admiration and who has maintained a clear vision from an early age.⁣
It was at the age of 5 when his parents divorced, at that point Jared began to understand the value of freedom. Jared describes his childhood as ¨Loud¨, until he reached the age 20 when everything began.⁣
Jared had an epiphany, where he saw himself as a father and that in order to give the best life to his family he had to achieve the freedom that he had wanted so much. It was there that he began his path to entrepreneurship, creating new ideas, forging new businesses, and making the lives of others much easier.⁣
Right now Jared feels and affirms that he has achieved freedom; a freedom that you can achieve at any time, you just need to start executing actions today.⁣
Regardless of the situation in which you find yourself, the moment you are living or the condition in which you live; you just need to create or find a solution that provides value to others and that allows you to generate momentum over time.⁣
𝘞𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘮𝘶𝘴𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘥𝘰 𝘵𝘰 𝘢𝘤𝘩𝘪𝘦𝘷𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘮𝘰𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘶𝘮?⁣
- 𝘠𝘰𝘶 𝘰𝘯𝘭𝘺 𝘯𝘦𝘦𝘥 𝘵𝘰 𝘥𝘰 𝘸𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘩𝘢𝘷𝘦 𝘵𝘰 𝘥𝘰; 𝘯𝘰𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘦𝘭𝘴𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘯 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵.
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Episode 52 - How To Master Your Body To Build Up Unique Gold Opportunities with Jake Havron

Released on August 28, 2020
It's time to achieve total control over your body; turning into a vessel to your success and managing to navigate through the waves of the common just as Jake Havron did when embarking on a unique path to become a Health & Mindset Coach.

Jake has been an example of perseverance, through self-love and resilience for many young entrepreneurs nowadays. Many people think that from a young age he was an athlete, that he ate well and had the best self-esteem.

But the reality is that Jake was born in Hawaii, a beautiful island where he stood out because of his morphology; a tall white boy, a little overweight and not so handsome. It was on his way to 6th grade when he stopped to think that 180 pounds was unhealthy and that he was killing himself with chips at midnight.

From that point, he began reading, learning, and exercising until he lost 20 pounds before entering 6th grade. This was the starting point, which led Jake to college and after 4 years of study to become a nurse.

He had a secure job with a certain schedule and pay; that helped him cover his debts and daily expenses.

But one day, a patient came to his workplace; Immediately Jake took care of him along with the medical team, they completed the entire care process allowing the patient to feel better at that time. All the process that must be done, right? 
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Episode 51 - How Faith Can Create New Opportunities Within You with Dr. Clarence Lee Jr.

Released on August 24, 2020
There is brilliance in a great story and the amazing story of Dr. Clarence Lee, Jr. who has become a nationally celebrated author, an international speaker, and now the CEO of CMLEEJR.

Is known today as the PERSISTence Coach, his latest book “Persist”, Dr. Lee aims to help not only his patients but also other people by serving and encouraging them in their own lives and persist through struggles. His company, CMLEEJR is a professional development enterprise that conducts live training experiences on how to achieve high performance and create the necessary mental conditioning for teams, organizations and students.

Like many successful thought leaders and disruptors, Dr. Lee has had his own tribulations. Which ultimately drove him to his own victory and it was his own upbringing which laid the foundation for him to want to have a great impact and shaped him to who he is today.

Being one of the victims of a broken family at a young age of five, Dr. Lee was left to his mom and sister whilst watching them stress over their bills, and often needing financial dependence. With this, he adopted the mindset that he doesn’t have enough - and as a byproduct that he is not enough.

This scarcity mindset became his drive to thrive and prove that he is worthy of what he is capable to do. He wanted to prove it as he was in his intern years in the medical field, that defining moment to choose what specialty he will take as a doctor but that was transitioned into serving the world by helping and encouraging people.

Stay tuned and listen all throughout this episode to know more about Dr. Lee’s great ideas, experiences, mindset, and how he worked his magic on this coaching field. 

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Episode 50 - How You Can Create Celebrity Status by Serving Others with Dr. Bill Dorfman

Released on August 21, 2020
I am honoured and excited to share with you the story of an amazing man that brightens the smile of his patients everyday, no other than, Dr. Bill Dorfman.

Often referred to as the Michael Jordan of dentistry, Dr. Bill is a celebrity cosmetic dentist that’s been practising for over 30 years in Beverly Hills and has transformed the smiles of Katy Perry, Usher, Fergie and other highly successful sought-after celebrities.

In this episode, we talked about Dr. Bill's tremendous success such as obtaining 20 lifetime achievement awards, 2 Guinness Book of World Record standings, a New York Times Bestselling Author and being the first dentist Knighted by the Royal Order of Constantine.

We discuss the backstory of Dr. Bill’s life...

Growing up, Dr. Bill didn’t realize that his family was struggling financially as his parents’ gave them all of their love and attention despite their poor financial circumstance. It was when he was in college that he understood how poor they were, so he started working part-time and realized that he could make money and become wealthy by adding value to the world.

With his mission to evolve, he was eventually able to afford to take care of his parents and grandparents as well as live up to his passion and purpose to help and serve people with bright smiles. Dr. Bill and his partner founded Discus Dental, going from zero to $1.3 Billion Dollars in sales. 
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Episode 49 - How to Influence Others with Tremendous Integrity with Fernando Valencia

Released on August 17, 2020
Fernando Valencia, the man who created his first million-dollar business at the age of 21, is now the co-founder and Chief Co-Creation Officer of Unblinded Mastery.

He's been on his entrepreneurial journey since he was 13 years old and has built a multimillion-dollar business with Unblinded Mastery in the last seven months. Fernando knows that he is doing people's vocation wherein he likes to say it as ‘rewriting the way human beings see themselves and how they see each other on this planet’.

Before this, Fernando said that his journey, like others, had ups and downs and he made many mistakes to the point where he broke his own integrity.

When he was a lot younger his family truly struggled to pay some of the bills, and as a result, it led him to get a job at a young age, making $5 an hour by developing films. His 6-hour job turned into an hour when he made a process on how he could do it faster and more efficiently and was able to sell it for $100 making him realize that he could generate sales from the concept and change the trajectory of his family’s life.

Even though Fernando experienced financial struggles with his family at a young age, he made a commitment to himself. That commitment was to thrive and be successful, no matter the circumstance. He said that was his pivotal choice to creating a resilient mindset. His goals allowed him to continue and persevere.

Now, as the Co-Founder of UNBLINDED, which stands to end suffering because the #1 pain that exists for most people is the inability to take someone they can help from “HELLO” to “YES.” Whether you have a transformational product, service, or mission, it is critical to help people see what they don’t see about YOU, and your mission. This is his mission! 
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Episode 48 - How Our Terror Can Turn Into Tenacity for the Greatest Good with Liam James Collins

Released on August 14, 2020
“We need to develop a certain identity and character that builds us up. Don’t let anyone give you a title.” - Liam James Collins

Within the space of 1 year, this man lost his dad to suicide and survived one of the worst terror attacks London has ever seen.  He thought he had experienced real adversity when his successful acting career completely crashed a few years earlier. 

He literally went from working alongside Tom Hardy on Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, to delivering his post as a full-time mailman.  But losing his Dad was truly crushing. 

It’s an inexplicable pain which he constantly had to manage his own mindset techniques.  And he has been able to push forward every day since. Using tremendous mindset expertise and self-development knowledge, he has gone from being a full-time mailman to building a highly successful 7-figure online coaching business within 3 years. 

Liam James Collin is on a mission to make Mindset Coach as fashionable as having a personal trainer.  People are proud to work on their bodies, and that’s great, but he wants people to be as proud to work on their minds. 

And today, on The Resilient Minds Podcast, I have the pleasure of having him share some of his trials and tribulations to where he is today. Let’s get back to how it all started.

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Episode 47 - How You Can Transition from Corporate 9-5 to a Freedom CEO with Lauren Tickner

Released on August 10, 2020
Join me as I chat with Lauren Tickner, CEO and founder of Impact School and the woman who helps business owners implement systems to increase sales and change lives.

Lauren, in her younger days, had spent her time working in a corporate job that she quickly came to realize that it was not the thing she wanted to do - that the time and effort she was spending on her work was unfulfilling and that she didn’t see a future for herself.

Before her success, Lauren overcame an ample of adversities in her life. One of them was when she went against the grain and wanted to focus on lifting weights, although it was widely interpreted that you could not get skinny because of lifting, she went on to do it anyways...

So she started her fitness journey with an aggressive fitness regime which at the time resulted in some struggles because of the state of her lifestyle then, and as a result, she started having panic attacks everyday.

She wanted to know anyone who’s in the fitness industry that can help her create an optimal understanding and eventually she was able to help others. This created the idea within her that she can make an impact. From there on, Impact School was born.

Ultimately, it transitioned into a business. From a very dissatisfying corporate job to having a business where she can live her passion and help others while fulfilling her goals and dreams. 
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Episode 46 - How Your Pain Can Transform Into Your Greatest Success with AJ Mihrzad

Released on August 7, 2020
“The higher your threshold for pain, the more success you're given…”

A powerful quote from AJ Mihrzad who is the author behind the best selling books, “Master Your Inner Game” and “The Mind-Body Solution: Train Your Brain for Permanent Weight Loss.”

AJ grew up in a violent atmosphere and because of this - he didn’t know how to deal with pain and his experiences relating to it, and ended up resorting to alcohol, heavily abusing different substances to the extreme, overdosing, and ending up in the ER repeatedly.

That routine continued until AJ had a near-death experience wherein he was in a coma for a week which made him realize that his life is so fragile. Fighting for his life to live a new dream. With the help of the Doctor that gave him the book, “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle that would change his life forever.

From that point onwards, AJ read more than he ever did and one of his biggest challenges in life is really wanting to find out his purpose and seeking more knowledge. And now he wants to inspire people into action. That’s why he continuously finds ways to reach more people, and support them in their goals and ambitions.

He said that when he encounters people who have different perspectives from him, he’ll weigh it and not shut it out. He discusses that his beliefs are not rigid and can be changed. He’s very open to accepting new information. We are always evolving and the relationships we have are always taking the next step. 
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Episode 45 - How Your Perspective on Life Determines Your Impact with Sarah Foley

Released on August 3, 2020
Sarah Foley had it all, she was living her best life until one day she had been in an ATV accident that left her paralyzed almost seven years ago that forever changed the trajectory of her life.

Today, Sarah is on a mission to redefine what disability looks like for persons living with physical disabilities. As I connect with Sarah she instills the essence of what amazing and inspiring woman can do when they are committed to heal themselves emotionally and physically.

During our interview, Sarah discusses her life before and after her accident, her journey of self-love, finding herself and learning to see that life is happening for her, not to her, while finding true and authentic happiness along the way.

When she was thinking that she wasn’t going to live a normal life again due to her disability, Sarah’s family, friends and loved one stayed by her side to cheer her up and give her all the positivity and love she needed.

She came to accept that her body was different but that never hindered her to become healthy, confident, and beautiful. Her resilience and perseverance to turn her life the way she wanted and live it the way she sees fit is extremely admiring and inspiring.

Sarah’s goal now is to help those people who are going through what she has gone through and impact and inspire their lives so that they can do so much more while adapting to their circumstances. Her name, Vertical Blonde, also means to stand straight and strong despite the struggles going on your way. 
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Episode 44 - How to Build a Business Around Your Passion with Chris Gronkowski

Released on July 31, 2020
Entrepreneur and former-NFL fullback, Chris Gronkowski, and what has led him to go from play pro-football to starting his entrepreneurial journey.

His top tip – you better have a passion for whatever you do. You need to have an element of resilience because it’s a rollercoaster of a ride and if you don’t love it then you are going to give up on it.

He shares how he turned his side hustle into his business, Ice Shaker, that marked the start of his journey to the entrepreneurial side and he advised that people should do it as well. His idea of Ice Shaker started when he tried to seek out a shaker cup that would keep his drinks cold with the convenient easy-open pop-top lid.

He wants to help those people who had the same problem as him and he found out that a lot of them were looking for something similar to it. That’s the reason why he stepped up to the business side of things together with the help of his wife and brothers.

And what really drove him to where he is today was his passion, hard work and the teachings of his parents. He said there will be a lot of struggles and pressure along the way to success but you should be ready for that in order to attain that success.

As Chris says, don’t let this whole COVID lockdown negate you. So many great things will come in your way if you’ll look at it positively, strive for it. So, if you really want to get it, push yourself to thrive and take this opportune time to accelerate, in business or personal growth. 
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Episode 43 - How to Live as Happy and Abundant Entrepreneur with David Meltzer 

Released on July 27, 2020
Today, I am speaking to the man who wants to empower over 1 billion people to be happy, David Meltzer. He shares his journey that has led him to live his most happy life.

He says, to be resilient, you have to be used to being stuck – and being stuck means that you are growing.

He suggests people take the time and ask themselves, “What do I want to experience in my life today?” His philosophy is, the more he receives, the more he gives. A key lesson he learned in his life is to never ask the universe.

He has learned how to identify where he gets in his own way and how he is able to now identify his ego, which he calls the Ferocious Buddha. He is on a mission to stop getting in his own way and creating multiple problems for himself. Learn how he identifies to stop these obstacles that he used to allow.

David shares the three different worlds of an entrepreneur - not enough, just enough for yourself (don’t need to impress people) and abundance. He says he allows things to come through with an appreciation. You need to have the capability of seeing your growth and acceleration.

You need to have faith, humility and trust to stay consistent and in persistent pursuit of your potential during your journey as an entrepreneur. Don’t lose patience and faith and just enjoy the journey along the way. 
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Episode 42 - How to Work Like You’re Broke and Remain in Student Mode for Massive Success with Sashin Govender 

Released on July 24, 2020
That is what The Millionaire Student, Sashin Govender, lives by, it’s his motto for success.

Coming from South Africa where each person’s monthly income is about $300, Sashin became one of the youngest multi-millionaires at the age of 24 and has started 20 businesses. He has proven that dedication, hard work and resilience can be attributed to success that will leave a lasting impact. Make sure to listen to the full episode to understand some of the crucial steps you can take to achieve all the success you want, while leaving a lasting legacy.

If you’re just starting out in business…

Sashin says you need to have zero emotional attachment – not just to things but opinions from others. You cannot get attached to validation and acceptance from others. When you expect something in return, you’re always going to be disappointed. He says, you’re either going to catch the trend very early or you’re going to do it better than everyone else.

It starts with studying 3 to 4 hours a day and then actually implementing what you are learning. It’s about going from student to teacher, while always remaining curious to continually learn. It’s remaining in student mode in order to maintain and sustain millionaire status.

When people think success is owed to them. No one owes you anything. 
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Episode 41 - How Your Past Does Not Have to Equal Your Future with Shea Hillenbrand

Released on July 20, 2020
Once you identify who you are, you unleash that talent inside of you.

And this is exactly what Shea Hillenbrand did.

He was at the top of his game 6 years ago… or at least he thought he was, until he decided to walk away from it all. He knew it was the answer to stop the pain that has accompanied him for most of his life – pain that stemmed from seeking constant approval from his father.

Shea talks about what he learned from losing it all. His baseball career, his zoo, his marriage and his kids, which led him to find his real passion and truth. His voice; where he now uses it to inspire others to find their voice.

He now helps people rewrite their story and find their true identity. From understanding your “whys” to your belief system, Shea shares the choices and emotions that have led him from living a life of pain to living an empowering life.

Our story is unique to you and you are responsible to make sure you are living from the true greatness inside of you. It’s about identifying who you are and knowing what you are trying to achieve and then figuring out what you want to do within your industry.

Shea says you need to keep evolving and changing with yourself, your business, your relationships or this life will kick you in the ass because trying to pursue your dreams and your purpose is far greater than wondering what could have been. 
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Episode 40 - How to Use Video Marketing to Create an Influential Brand with Todd Hartley

Released on July 17, 2020
As I chat with media trailblazer, CEO of WireBuzz and the go-to digital advisor for celebrities, world leaders and enterprise businesses, Todd Hartley. Todd has always been a step ahead of the media and digital world and is taking the world by storm. He has talked in front of hundreds and thousands of people, worked with Tony Robbins and is always there to serve his clients to help them achieve their best results.

It’s all about leadership, serving and connecting. It’s about overcoming obstacles that appear and doing everything in your power to get through them and come out stronger on the other side. He says, “if you quit before the miracle, you’ll never see the result.” Learn how his team has been able to constantly serve their growing clientele and how you can do the same, while still delivering top-notch content.

He tells you why you need to be using video to Convince and Convert people at faster rates and how you can start utilizing video now. This is a key technique that has put him ahead of everyone else doing the exact same thing, both 20 years ago to today.

In 20 years, you want to be able to tell the stories about how you were the champion during these challenging times. Todd says now is the time to stop shrinking and do the work you need to get done. You can use the moments happening now to transform your life and the people you serve over and over again. 

The choice is yours. 
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Episode 39 - How to Create Long-Lasting Relationships with Dimple Thakrar

Released on July 13, 2020
Do you find some of your relationships often fall short and you decide to give up?

You may not even be aware you’re doing it and how that impacts yourself and others...

Dimple Thakrar, who is an expert in relationships and helps successful business leaders transform their intimate relationship to achieve a life of fulfillment. She opens up about her own marriage and the pivotal moment that happened at a Tony Robbins event with her husband.

Her husband and herself put an expiration date on their marriage after years of not being connected, which helped lead her to the moment she realized everything she was desiring was right there inside of her.

A pivotal question she asked me was: “Would you want to come home to yourself?”

Dimple shares her best tips to resolve relationships, which includes her “Heart Model,” truth and education. She says everybody has to take their own responsibility in the relationship and understand that they fail because of lack of communication, awareness and role models. Her goal is to end half the divorce rates globally.

Remember, you are not alone, there is help out there and there is hope. 
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Episode 38 - How to Let Your Decisions, Not Your Conditions, Determine Your Destiny with Rhonda Swan

Released on July 10, 2020
Have you ever wanted to travel the world full time, while building a successful online business without worrying if you are going to lose it all?

Today, I am talking with Rhonda Swan who has done just this. She is the CEO and founder of the Unstoppable Branding Agency. She is also an international speaker, best-selling author and is committed to helping her clients with their brands that are profitable and credible. Her and her family lost practically everything, and she shares her road to resilience on how they were able to overcome this and come out stronger.

Rhonda says being aware and conscious of where you are at and why you are here is one of the most fundamental components to protect your business and yourselves.

Her company is built on her and her families own values, which is freedom, fun, integrity and family. She says when you’re aware of how you’re showing up for others, through your business and company then people will know they can rely on you. You have to be the one showing up for yourself and others. This is how she has been able to create a company and brand that people recognize and are clear about what she does. This is how to get clients to keep coming to you. 
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Episode 37 - Building Long-Lasting Self-Esteem, Confidence in Yourself and Uplifting Community with Luke Wren

Released on July 6, 2020
Luke Wren brings the idea of strengthening yourself, your community and what you give to the world to a completely new standard.

He’s steadfast in his beliefs about immersing yourself in positivity, growth, accountability and dedication so that you can live your life happily and free.

In this episode, we explore the roots of Luke’s journey for helping others beginning with his grandfather telling him when he was just 7 years old, “If you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything.” From that moment on Luke knew that he needed to help people. He made personal health and wellbeing his mindset and through working numerous different jobs from being a fitness coach to a painter, to a car salesman and having the dedication to outwork everyone out there, he discovered some of the greatest truths to building belief in One’s self and living life in the present as a resilient-minded leader.

Listen in if you want to hear about Luke’s 3-1 system about surrounding yourself with people who bring you up and giving all that you can to uplift your community, as well as numerous other gems of personal well-being wisdom. 
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Episode 36 - How to Collaborate to Create Abundance in Business with Paul Getter

Released on July 3, 2020
In this amazing and insightful episode, I talk to legendary online marketer Paul Getter. Paul is an advertising wizard of Social Media facilitating billions of dollars of Facebook ads and working with some of the biggest names out there like Tai Lopez, Grant Cardone and other incredible Masterminds.

We dive into his personal journey and how he went from working different small jobs at places like Burger King and McDonald’s and living in a trailer as a kid to becoming one of the most sought after figures in the Social Media Marketing space. Along the way, he switched from graduating college with a degree in Theology and working mostly alone to growing one of the strongest and successful networks out there.

What’s truly inspiring is Paul’s Personal Philosophy and Business Wisdom.

Paul talks about how having a resilient mind helped him get through all the changes marketing has gone through in the past 15 years. He told me that after he went through so many changes and had to restructure his strategy and business each time that he eventually stopped getting upset. He knew that he could handle it when it would come again and that he would figure it out. That’s his resilience.

Another thing Paul touched on is the idea of living in abundance. I asked him what kept driving him to keep performing after he has already been so successful. What he said was that living in this excess gave him the unique opportunity to help others grow immensely and that being able to connect with people and give to them what he has learned to help them succeed and grow was what kept driving him to be more successful each day. 
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Episode 35 - How to Go From a Major Setbacks to an Explosive Comeback with Sasha Karabut

Released on June 29, 2020
Sasha Karabut is making waves down under with The Wolf Of Wall Street.

Sasha is pushing his brand and business to the next level, as Founder of PushPeak, Australia’s fastest-growing personal development company. Sasha has created a proprietary system known as the Fast4Formula, which drastically shifts and transforms income levels of everyone it comes in contact with.⁣

As we dive deep into Sasha’s life, from growing up, going through massive adversity where he felt like he may have wasted his life going broke. He realized that he would either succumb to death or pick himself up and fight back to beat the odds stacked against him to become the millionaire he believed he could be.

Listening to his journey I could definitely relate to many of his struggles. But as we all know the setback is never as big as the comeback.

Stay tuned if you want to take your life to the next level as Sasha shares with us his awe-inspiring experiences, and the massive value through his success tips that can improve all of us and our visions. 
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Episode 34 - How You Can Adapt to Innovation and Crush it with Brian Kurtz

Released on June 26, 2020
Brian Kurtz runs one of the most successful direct-marketing publications in the world and is responsible for millions of impressions and promotions offline and online.

After going through a stroke about a year ago, Brian has proved to be resilient by coming back stronger than ever. He released his new book, Overdeliver, and is still taking the world by storm. He has been able to shift the way he does his work throughout this digital era and is still able to use the key principles that he used over 30 years ago to how he does his work today. His advice to make it in the business for long-term is to have a series of products that people want because it is harder to get new clients than attract new ones.

Brian uses stamina and his favourite mentors to get him through years and years of being resilient in the ever-changing market of marketing. If you want to know what it truly takes to make it in the marketing world then you have to listen to his priceless advice, which could be the missing link that will take your own business to the next level. He says being adaptable is key.

We discuss how to combine your experiences, knowledge, ideas and eagerness while you learn from your mentors can be your ticket. 
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Episode 33 - What is the Best Way to Live Your Life? 

Released on June 22, 2020
Are you living your best life? How do you want to live your life?

Many people don’t believe they can live their best life and will always find an excuse to stay in mediocrity. If you start believing you are limitless you can build the life you really want. It all begins with you. Focusing on yourself, not comparing yourself to others and waking up every morning with the energy to use your passion to push yourself further.

In this episode, I discuss breaking the pattern of waking up every morning feeling passionless and bored. You can work on your mindset to learn how to show up every day by using the power inside of you to make a positive change. You are born to do great things. You are not born to be bored and live silently or invisibly. You can experience the good and bad and enjoy the journey of life - the courage you find during times of uncertainty.

Take a moment today and think to yourself, “How do I want to live this life?” Always give yourself the opportunity to captivate your life in a way that will change the trajectory of what’s possible.

You owe it to yourself to go all-in on your life. 
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Episode 32 - How to Take Racial Tension and Turn it Into Unified Love with Joseph McClendon III

Released on June 19, 2020
Blessed, honoured, and thrilled to have been in close proximity with a great teacher, an amazing mentor, and one of the most sought after Ultimate Performance Specialists in the industry, Mr. Joseph McClendon III.

Joseph’s unique expression of Tell, Show, Do teaching and coaching, creates rapid personal change that effectively moves people to take more consistent action and go further faster with their personal and business achievements.

At Joseph’s core he is an expert in coaching business professionals to overcome behaviours and inner and outer obstacles that may impede their results and affect their bottom line. He provides you with the influence, skills, and the tools that give you the competitive advantage necessary to prosper in the marketplace of the new millennium.

Joseph shares his journey of growth and challenges, he comments on the events that occurred in the past to him and how he experienced similar racial tension that is happening today. Joseph describes his experience of discrimination for his skin colour - and how at a young age he was scarred to his own self-worth which made him lose hope when he was young man.

He got back on his feet with the help of his father's push to have sincere integrity and tenacity in life, and with the help of a kind stranger that gave him a book called, Think and Grow Rich, which forever changed his life. 
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Episode 31 - Why Leadership is Your Duty with Gerard Adams

Released on June 15, 2020
For today’s episode on The Resilient Minds Podcast, I am happy and proud to introduce to you a great friend, one of my amazing mentors, and the CEO of Leaders Create Leaders, Gerard Adams.

Gerard Adams is known as The Millennial Mentor, a thought leader, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, and philanthropist and his purpose is to inspire other Millennials to leverage their passions to create the successful lifestyles they dream of.

During this talk, Gerard and I went deep and he shared how it was not an easy path for him growing up. When he was still young, he said that he was such a rebel, a misfit and he got entangled with a lot of difficulties leading his life down the troubled path that so many of us can relate to.

Tune in to find out what defining moment changed the trajectory of his life and how he became a self-made multimillionaire by the age of 24, but not without overcoming obstacles, fear, and self-doubt.

As our conversation goes deeper, we talk about failures, leadership, and the true meaning of success and speak to the energy of Tony Robbins and how he says, “Success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure.” 
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Episode 30 - How to Use the Power of Intention to Overcome Any Obstacle with Marc Megna

Released on June 12, 2020
In this episode of The Resilient Minds Podcast, I’ve had the opportunity to sit down and talk with a very special guest, a former NFL and CFL football player for the New York Jets, New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals and Montreal Alouettes, Marc Megna.

Marc shares his story on how at a very young age, he had a different outlook on life. Far from who he is today, Marc said that he was a shy and awkward kid. He grew up out of shape and it made him avoid spending time with others as he had fear of being made fun of by others.

Today, we discussed his past experience and how it helped him and how he used it to help other people that needed someone to boost their self-esteem and a guide to help them get to the next stage in their life.

As he began inspiring others with his demanding fitness regimens and, more importantly, the impressive results of notorious hard work - he was able to train clients from every walk of life, and tailored programs for the most serious athlete to the motivated beginners.

Marc is the co-owner of Anatomy Fitness in Miami and creator of the Megna Method, which combines 4 phases of Movements to create optimal strength, conditioning and performance. 
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Episode 29 - How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome with Steve Weatherford 

Released on June 8, 2020
In this episode, I connect with special guest, Steve Weatherford, a former NFL Super Bowl Champion, entrepreneur, a father and philanthropist .

Steve shares his story on how at an early age, he started to form an identity of who he was and what he was worth - he explains how he felt about competitive sports.

Growing up, people struggle to understand and recognize our self-worth, this journey can make a significant impact in your life, but it’s definitely not always an easy road.

We go on to discuss some of Steve’s struggles during his NFL career and his moments that made him think so negatively because he thought he was not doing enough, feeling like a fraud, and not giving his best. He elaborates on how throughout his journey, he felt like he was able to achieve that success but wasn’t truly able to enjoy it.

Steve said, there's one thing that you can achieve that will make you more valuable. EVERYDAY… and it has nothing to do with degrees, dollar bills, or the acceptance of others.

It's about the opinion that you have of yourself! 
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Episode 28 - How to Reverse Engineer Your Goals with Mike Szczesniak

Released on June 5, 2020
I have another amazing friend on the show. He's an entrepreneur, consultant and a coach certified through the High Performance Institute, Mike Szczesniak.

Mike is the President and Head Coach of the Results Engine, where he helps his clients boost productivity and performance so they can scale their results faster in life and in business. He’s also the Founder of Fear Hacking Academy, where he helps sales teams scale their production by a minimum of 30% in 90 days or less and he's also the host of the top-rated podcast, The Results Engine.

Mike shares his journey on how he struggled with panic attacks and anxiety and how that compelled him to take action where he wrote his first program - the “Fear Hacking Academy”. It is an advanced mastery course designed for high-performing millennial sales professionals and entrepreneurs who want to use their fear to push them to aim higher, gain more confidence, and make the impact they were made for. 

Fear is one of the most important and most influential factors in the decision-making process, so use your fears to leverage and drive it into productivity.

We talk about the money perspective where most of us think that money is everything where in fact, it’s just a story we made ourselves believe in - we may be at the pinnacle of financial success but the other areas of our lives are in chaos. 
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Episode 27 - How to Leverage Strategic Networking and Partnerships to Grow Your Business with Gil Petersil

Released on June 1, 2020
In this episode, I connect with a dear friend and the co-founder of MeetPartners, Gil Petersil.

Gil teaches strategic networking as a business subject and has been representing some of the biggest speakers across the world including Eckhart Tolle, Jay Abraham and Tony Robbins. He’s a successful entrepreneur that has co-founded over 20 companies ranging from organic retail shops and restaurants to mobile apps and the leading speakers’ bureau in Russia.

We discuss continuing to serve despite the challenges we’re facing today. If things don’t work, then find another way to serve people, to reach your mission and to attain your goals. Get on the right track and activate your collective genius to get answers and achieve results.

We talk about how we can use this opportune time to pivot and grow our businesses, impact and influence people’s lives online and offline. Continue to evolve and get to the next level, how we continue to show up and push people out of their comfort zones, it doesn’t matter if you are an introvert or extrovert as long as you can help and connect with others.

Gil believes that our WHY should be of service and something you really think of deeply - our WHY should allow us to have freedom and change people’s lives. He shared his experience working with Tony Robbins and how it made a huge impact on his life and business.
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Episode 26 - How Failure Can Be Your Greatest Opportunity for Success with Christina Gerakiteys

Released on May 29, 2020
Join me as I sit down with a dear friend of mine, an amazing catalyst for inspiring the impossible and making it possible, the co-CEO of Singularity Australia and founder of UtopiaX, Christina Gerakiteys.

Christina’s mission is to empower and inspire leaders to use exponential technologies to solve humanity's biggest and grandest challenges with a purpose to facilitate the road to Utopic society by opening the hearts and minds to unlimited potential.

Uncertainty, doubt and fear - these are the factors that hinder us from moving forward to our success, especially in this pandemic. So many are stuck in this constant self-questioning without even taking action to make things happen.

We discuss how to pivot your way and turn things to get better results when you’re facing crisis, problems or challenges in your life. Christina shares how those hardships and trials she experienced have made her who she is today.

You can get through all these fear-factors if you balance everything, taking one step at a time, walk your talk and live in the moment - have that faith in yourself that you can do it, because you can. 
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Episode 25 - How to Be an Influence, Rather Than an Influencer with Nikki Sharp

Released on May 25, 2020
Join me as I connect with an amazing friend, a former international model, well-known motivational speaker and best-selling author, Nikki Sharp.

Nikki pursued her desire of helping others with wellness, spreading knowledge about healthy living for the mind, body, and soul through her blogs and Youtube Channel. She is also helping companies online, building communities and showcasing their products.

Nikki talks about her experience when she became an international model and how those experiences have made her realise that she was tired of being seen as “skinny” and how that caused her to write a book to overcome her own eating disorders.

Throughout the episode, we discuss how it's more advantageous to focus on the content and knowledge that you share, rather than the vanity of being “famous” by achieving more likes, comments or followers and comparing yourself to everyone else. Be an influence, who can impact the lives of others and spread what you’re passionate about, rather than being an influencer who wants to achieve fame and fortune without a vision or a mission. 
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Episode 24 - How to Disrupt a Giant Market with Adam McCurdie

Released on May 22, 2020
In this episode, I am talking to a co-founder and director of Humanitix, Adam McCurdie.

Humantix is a not-for-profit ticketing platform that takes the booking fees, that is usually at the end of a transaction when you’re purchasing a ticket of some sort, and then distributes that money to either funding Indigenous Scholarships in Australia or to their Girls Education Programs.

Adam talks about the goal of Humanitix is to be the leader in technology and in the events ticketing spaces so they can give other people similar opportunities that they’ve had. Adam says that the key component that has allowed Humanitix to flourish is having a good co-founding relationship with Joshua Ross.

In this episode, you will learn how they have been able to turn an idea into an amazing business that is now providing a great contribution to the planet. He says their team is focused on making their clients happy because the happier their clients are, the more likely they will be referred, which means more money will go to the kids who need it. It’s far better for your business to actually care about your clients and stop comparing yourself to other people. 
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Episode 23 - You Are the Foundational System to Your Success with Brian Donovan

Released on May 18, 2020
Join me as I sit down with one of my first mentors that has helped me change the trajectory of my life as soon as I started in the online space. He has since become a great friend, a colleague, who continues to give me great advice.

Brian Donovan is a ninja in operation and systems, he has consulted over 100 entrepreneurs, build and scale to 7-Figures and beyond, he's built airtight systems in place for himself, and has supported me develop my own and contributed to my rapid growth.

He shares his experience that has contributed to his path, the road of self-education, that made him very successful at a young age. He says that the people, the places, the opportunities, are attracted into your life, especially if you read the right books.

We talk about how you can avoid creating a lot of mistakes by having the right information and the right mentors. We also talk about the process of creating the ultimate leaders which he shares in his Four Percent Rule framework.
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Episode 22 - What Does Health Mean to You with Gaby Piccirilli

Released on May 15, 2020
Join me as I connect with my friend who is also a world-renowned healer, she has worked with amazing individuals like Elle Macpherson, Rob Gronkowski, Steve Aoki, and she's been featured in The New York Post and on a Netflix documentary called Vai Anitta. She’s the founder and the creator of Regenerative Pathway Therapy, also known as the RPT Method.

The amazing Gaby Piccirilli!

Gaby shares her drive to wake up every morning to help and serve others. Gaby talks about how she is able to use her experience overcoming her own health issues to help serve her clients even better. Even during Covid-19, she has been able to take her business to the next level by adding more of a spiritual experience over the years, and continues to bring mind, body, and spirit to her practice.

Although Gaby focuses in the body on a physical level, we talk about the pathways that lead to the nervous system, circulatory system and how they all work together. Her therapy is so much more than physical. She takes note on how the body’s reaction to various stimuli and the emotional spiritual experience that goes along with it. Each of these paths brings us closer to our ultimate destination or further away so it’s important to understand what is going on in your body.
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Episode 21 - How to Build Your Legacy with Yahya Bakkar

Released on May 11, 2020
Join me as I sit down with a man that has enough energy to change the world and is doing so every single day, Yahya Bakkar.

Yahya is an expert in helping entrepreneurs build a highly profitable, impact-driven and client-based business. Yahya shares his upbringing and how going through an identity crisis has made him the man he is today.

One thing he says about his journey is that the first key to success is your mindset. He talks about this and why you should invest in other people to help take you further. He goes through the five pillars of success and the importance of each one. Do you know what they are?

Yahya’s mission is to now start solving bigger problems by building 10,000 leaders to help one million families become financially free. He says in order to create a movement your vision has to be so much bigger than you and to always be open to adapting to the ever-changing environment of success. 
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Episode 20 - How to Create an Integrity Based Business with Scott deMoulin

Released on May 8, 2020
If you’re ready to learn the two ingredients for success then you have to listen to this episode!

In this episode, I speak with CEO of Destiny Training Systems and the co-creator and GM of the very first Tony Robbins Business Mastery Event, Scott deMoulin.

He says success is a combination of doing something you love that provides massive value and quantifying some sort of uniqueness about it. There is always going to be someone else teaching the same thing as you - so you need to find a way to teach it in a unique way.

We talk about the importance of making sure your identity is based on integrity, trust and contribution so you can continue to flourish.

Scott gives advice on if you are feeling extra worried during these times. He says, “you need to stop blaming the situation for any roadblocks and take responsibility. You also need to start thinking on your own and not just listening to what you’re being told.”
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Episode 19 - Victim or Victor with Nick Santonastasso

Released on May 5, 2020
Join me as I connect with international motivational speaker and bodybuilder/athlete, Nick Santonastasso. Nick is a passionate, energetic soul that can motivate thousands of people and brings a lot of that fire to his mission of serving youth.

In this episode, we discuss how the biggest disability is a bad mindset. That's the name of the game because it comes down to your program, your conditioning, and the decisions you can make as a result of them.

We talk about the things that he has experienced that brought a great impact to his life and how he became the founder of Junior Victorious and the mission behind the brand. He believes that the majority of people carry the "Why Me?” victim mentality, and Nick is here to wake them up.

Nick shares about the biggest failure in his life and how it became his greatest gift. He says, “the word “failure” is historically negative in context, but it became my best friend. We can take that word “failure” and look at it to propel us forward rather than hold us back.” 
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Episode 18 - How to Create Immediate Happiness with Anil Gupta

Released on May 1, 2020
Today, I am talking to the expert of happiness, Mr. Anil Gupta. Anil had dedicated his life to helping others find happiness. He hosts life-changing workshops and talks in front of thousands of raving fans who are all on their own journey to find their happiness.

In this episode, we discuss how the small things in life - hugs, saying hi to a stranger or a cup of coffee – are the things that can give us the most happiness in life. Anil talks about deeply connecting to the people you love by having conversations about what they want, what makes them happy and what makes them sad. He believes the two most important things in life are relationships and health.

Remember, it’s not about you, it’s about the difference you make. There is greatness inside of you.

Anil says the most important thing to do right now is to have a high level of awareness. Keep thinking what else you can do right now to better yourself. This is a golden opportunity. It’s not what happens, it’s who you become. 
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Episode 17 - Growth with Gronkowski!

Released on April 27, 2020
In this episode, I am talking to the legendary Rob Gronkowski AKA Gronk, one of the best tight ends in the NFL. We talk about what it means to truly open yourself up to love, energy and emotions. Rob shares his formula to success and how his parents played a huge role in his success, which is a balance of hard work, dedication, support and the willingness to push yourself further in every area of your life. He gives advice on how to keep a positive mindset and how to stay healthy during these times. He tells me some of the unique activities he's been doing while social distancing. We talk about the important of continually expanding your knowledge and brain, especially during these times. His advice: stop looking at your past stories and start creating new stories.

What you will discover:
- Why you should use masculine and feminine energy to take you further.
- The Gronk’s formula to success.
- Our experience at Date with Destiny.
- Importance in saying words of affirmation.
- How to stay positive and keep evolving your mind. 
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Episode 16 - Decisions vs. Conditions with Brian Mayoral

Released on April 13, 2020
Join me as I speak with Brian Mayoral about how our decisions, not our conditions, shape our destiny. Brian is one of Tony Robbin’s number one peak performance strategist. We can’t always control what happens in our life, but we do have control of our actions. We talk about using fear to fuel and propel you to live the best life you can. Brian talks about how he spent part of his life trying to see what else what out there in the world without experiencing anything in the world. He says, don’t waste so much time making decisions, when you can follow your heart towards your passion now. We talk about how to recognize what is holding you back and how to change your thoughts so you can get everything you want out of life.

What you will discover: 
· Conditions vs. decisions
· What is the decision of fear?
· Taking action and making decisions.
· Reward system vs. Consequence system.
· How to recognize your fear pattern.
· Creating a ripple effect.
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Episode 15 - Be the Change with James Evenden

Released on April 6, 2020
I spent an hour with James Evenden a couple weeks ago talking about being the change we want to bring to the world. I shared how I was a drug addict in my late teens and how I was able to overcome that and, somehow, end up in Australia running my own online company. We have the decision to consciously change, no matter the conditions that surround us. I took the knowledge I gained through life, work and personal experiences to build a company I am truly passionate about. Everything that happened in my past has allowed me to be here today. One of the most important things to me is being happy.

What you will discover:
Making decisions based on helping your future self.
- What resilience really means.
- Your decisions and experiences lead you to where you are today.
- Turning fear into faith.
- Why you should invest in your own coaches. 
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Episode 14 - Mindset Development

Released on April 1, 2020
Take a listen as I work on mindset with some of my clients. I am spending extra time with my community to support them anyway I can. Now is the time to give more love, positivity and support to everyone around you! It's time to step up and be a leader in your community.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me on social media and ask away! 
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Episode 13 - Copywriting With Purpose

Released on March 30, 2020
In this episode of the Resilient Minds Podcast, I talk about how to turn your ideas and thoughts into powerful words that have a purpose. When you write with a purpose you can transform your vulnerabilities, experiences and authenticity into words that can take your audience to the next level. The written word has the power to create captivating emotions to generate momentum. I discuss how copyrighting can have the power to push people outside their comfort zones, so they can connect with you and take the next step.

What you will discover:
- How to copyright with a purpose.
- Becoming excited to share your stories through the written word.
- Techniques to resonate with your audience through copyrighting.
- How to encourage people to keep moving forward.
- How to take your communication skills to the next level. 
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Bonus - Mindset Coaching Call

Released on March 26, 2020
Take a listen to a mindset coaching call my partner, Francesca Moi, and I had last week with some our fellow Mafians. If you are feeling more fear than usual right now - we want to help you work on your mindset by turning that fear into faith. What if you gave the same amount of positive thoughts as your negative ones? Let's continue to thrive because this is an opportunity to be seen as a leader, and come together as leaders, to help others grow. We really want to work on your mindset over the next few weeks and we want you to own any decision you make during this time.

Feel free to reach out to be on social media if you need extra support. 
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Episode 12 - Fear is a Choice

Released on March 23, 2020
With all the fear in the world surrounded with the Corona virus, I want to spend this episode talking about the power of fear. I always use facts to make informed decisions in order to not let constant fear stop me from living. I believe fear is an illusion and when you truly understand this, you’ll be fearless. I know there are dangers associated with the corona virus, but as this continues, the element of fear is based on the future - when we should be focusing on uniting together and spreading love. It’s important in times like this to stay connected and understand the different angles to this. For example, the media, the facts and the surrounding circumstances surrounding the corona virus. Please remember, we are all creators of something greater than ourselves.

What you will discover: 
- Importance of using facts to make informed decisions.
- Why fear is an illusion.
- How to respond and not react to fear. 
- It is your decision to turn fear into faith.
- Helping people in times of fear. 
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Episode 11 - A Spiritual Business Owner

Released on March 16, 2020
As you can tell by the title, this week is all about being a spiritual business owner. I really focus on my root chakra, which for me, stems from feminine energy, which helps me understand the stability in myself. Building and creating spiritualty has allowed me to connect with like-minded individuals, which has allowed me to magnetize from my community. It really is possible to help a lot of people faster than you think. When you are able to connect your business to your spirituality, you can focus on something greater than yourself. Let me ask you this: “What’s the difference between the best-case scenario that you’re about to take and the worst-case scenario that you’re going to take?”

What you will discover: 
- How to be more conscious. 
- How to use your spiritual side to serve your highest level.
- Understanding your foundation that grounds yourself to something greater than yourself.
- Using your spiritual journey to help discover your ideal client and actually be able to deliver results.
- Why using your thoughts and feelings to generate emotions to amplify your business.
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Episode 10 - Masculine vs. Macho

Released on March 9, 2020
This week I talk about the difference between being masculine and being macho. When I think of macho I think of my ego and when I think masculine I think of my higher self. I used to think being masculine meant having elements of strength or position by being super macho. I love that we’re moving into a time where there’s a lot more belief of a balance of energies because females can be masculine, and males can be feminine. And I love this because there’s so much power in this. I know this because me and my partner, Francesca Moi, use both of our energies and our businesses have skyrocketed ever since.

What you will discover: 
- How to use your masculinity and not come across off as macho. 
- Using masculine and feminine energies to your advantage.
- Importance of femininity, perhaps focusing on purpose, connection, goal oriented.
- Utilizing a purpose-driven verse a profit-driven perspective when delivering your message to your clients.
- Why being macho will never allow you to take your business to the next level.
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Episode 9 - Paid Advertising with Kim Barrett

Released on March 2, 2020
On this episode of the Resilient Minds podcast, I speak with founder of, Your Social Voice, Kim Barrett. You Social Voice focuses on helping business owners focus on what they do best. We talk about the hurdles Kim faced when starting his company and what he’s learned from them to help him get to his high level of success. Some of his realizations may come as a surprise to you! Kim shares his experience about leveraging Facebook and Instagram through advertising and how this really helps grow a business. We talk about the importance of setting goals and knowing how you are going to hit your targets. So, if you’re not already on it, start using social media advertising!

What you will discover:
- Why you shouldn’t always keep every single client.
- Why sometimes the best thing for your client is not actually working with you.
- How to not feel overwhelmed.
- Leveraging from Facebook and Instagram advertising.
- Don’t settle for the cheapest leads.
- Why finding a niche can be one of the most valuable tools when starting a business.
- How to build from previous offers.
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Episode 8 - Personal Positioning Story

Released on February 24, 2020
Today is all about personal positioning in your story and how you can relate it back to your clientele to become even more successful. I dive into how to use your story to create a clear message and stand out from everyone else. By creating a clear message, you also carve out your niche, which help create your own path to success. I tie this notion with technology, because as technology evolves, so do we, which will create your unique selling proposition. It is important to take the strategies you have learned and tailor them so they work better for you. I hope you enjoy this episode as I explore how you can create your personal positioning story.

What you will discover: 
- How to use your story to stand out from everyone else.
- Why you should love yourself first while helping your clients.
- Why connecting with people is crucial to success.
- Finding your unique selling proposition .
- Why you should stay uncomfortable and how this helps you grow your business.
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Episode 7 - Sustainable Growth Marketing with Scott Martin

Released on February 17, 2020
This week, I had a chat with entrepreneur, marketing strategist and author, Scott Martin, about navigating new marketing techniques. We are both committed to helping people through our business and this is done by keeping the transactions meaningful. Scott tells me some of the advice he has gotten from his mentors and how he has been able to use this advice to help his teaching strategies. He helps differentiate between entrepreneur and marketing mindset and how they both add value and are constantly learning. True human connection plays a key role in success.

What you will discover: 
- Why you should have meaningful transactions
- Keeping marketing as a craft to make the world a better place.
- Maintaining loyalty to your clients and yourself.
- Entrepreneur mindset vs. marketing mindset.
- Why you should think again about using automation tools.
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Episode 6 - Growth Mindset

Released on February 10, 2020
This week is all about developing a growth mindset and using this mindset to open yourself up to a world of endless opportunities. I am a spiritual person and I believe when someone 100 percent believes in themselves they can truly accomplish anything. I talk about how you can use a growth mindset to achieve everything you want because being open to change and growth will allow you to see the endless possibilities this world has to offer. Use these possibilities to your advantage and you will not be disappointed.

What you will discover: 
- Why having an open mindset will create positive change.
- Embracing the uncertainty.
- Why you should always stay grounded.
- How to stay committed to growing in yourself, your business and those around you.
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Episode 5 - Disruptive Marketing

Released on February 3, 2020
This week I talk about the importance of caring about your clients. When I say "caring" I mean genuinely caring about their business, their fears and their passions. This goes a long way in business and I think this can be clouded in the business world - where many care only about their profits. It amazes me how some people don’t see the value in social media. You can reach people from all over the world – and it’s free. I discuss 3 concepts that you can show to your clients to lead them down the road to success. Including, direct messaging your target audience on social media while using a sales script and always offering value.

What you will discover: 
- Utilizing direct messaging.
- How to use a sale script in a genuine way.
- How to reach people across the world by creating a personal connection.
- Using a step by step blueprint.
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Episode 4 - Sales vs Service with Eli Wilhide

Released on January 27, 2020
This week I spoke with Eli Wilhide. Marketing and Sales are such an important concept behind the resilient mind and I recognize that the two can be mutually exclusive, but also extremely one in the same.

How many people struggle to identify with their purpose in struggle to either connect with their market or serve them their offer?

Join me and Eli Wilhide as we create a discussion around how the mind can hold you back or propel you forward in times of decisions and when you are business owner how its important to overcome so many objections and come from a place of servitude.

This needs to be attached to your WHY and mixed into your unique X factor. 
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Episode 3 - Reaction vs Responding

Released on January 20, 2020
This week I dive into reaction versus responsiveness and the power they have when you recognise your own power. I believe reaction is making a decision based off emotion, whereas responsiveness is responding to a situation after taking time to think about why you are reacting the way you are. I talk about using your masculine and feminine energy to help you respond to situations more effectively. I relate this to my childhood and how I had to rewire the way I thought about feminine and masculine roles. No one is perfect, and I even react to situations in a negative manner, but that is what growing and learning is all about – making mistakes and learning from them. It’s all about stepping into fear and getting shit done.

What you will discover: 
- How to makes decisions based off facts and thinking and not emotions.
- How to get responses from people and not reactions.
- Using your masculine and feminine energy to help you succeed.
- Attracting the right people into your life.
- How to avoid decisions that will hold you back.
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Episode 2 - Solopreneur vs Entrepreneur

Released on January 15, 2020
This week I explore everything about solopreneurship. I walk you through the pros and cons of being a solopreneurship and my experiences from being one. I was travelling the world and working from my laptop – it was the life I dreamed of. Compared to entrepreneurship, solopreneurship can be lonely, but I still love it. In this episode, I explore the differences between the two, which can hopefully help you determine what type of leader you want to be. Do you prefer working alone or would you rather be a leader in a team? The choice is yours, but just follow your heart.

What you will discover: 
- Solopreneurship vs. entrepreneurship.
- How you can learn from those around you.
- Why you should invest in yourself.
- Creating a unique selling proposition

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Episode 1 - Focus on Your Strengths

Released on January 13, 2020
What is strength?

Strengths are tasks or actions you can do well. These include knowledge, proficiencies, skills, and talents. People use their traits and abilities to complete work, relate with others, and achieve goals.

Why this is important? We tend to focus on our weaknesses and not recognise what we are doing wrong.

Once someone else is doing that task, focus your energy on building your strengths, and using those to grow your business at a faster rate. Another way you can focus on your strengths is to find a business partner who can complement you. The right business partner will have strengths that offset your weaknesses.

Keep maintaining and growing through uncertain situations. 
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