In today’s episode, David unpacks the need to end things in our lives that aren’t serving us. Whether it is a relationship, employee, business, or habit, we must recognize those things that need to end and take practical steps to move on.
Anyone who has attempted anything great has always faced criticism. But, what if that criticism is from friends, family, or your own mind? David awakens listeners to these critics and how to “lower their volume” to win in the long run.
Have you ever had a week where everything seemed to go wrong? Was “Murphy’s Law” in full effect in your life? David had a week like that, but gleaned the truth behind the statement, “The Obstacle is the Way.” Our breakthrough is usually just on the other side of the obstacle, but few want to go that way.
Going after your goals shouldn’t come at the expense of your relationships. David explains that authentically caring about people will do more for personal success than just about anything.
Have you ever been “ghosted?” Perhaps, you have “ghosted” someone? What does that do to your credibility and reputation? What seems like harmless avoidance could be very detrimental in the long-term.
David is a self-admitted procrastinator. He often says he will get something done, “someday.” However, he has learned through his health journey that if he moves from “somday” to “today,” he creates positive habits that can be executed everyday.
It’s Back to school season, which means back to structure for many. It is also a time where many work on their health, personal development, education, etc. However, many people give up before they break through simply because they have reasonable expectations. David addresses this short-term thinking and offers action steps toward long-term success.
Even though there may be “no new ideas in the world,” application of those ideas have definitely changed. David dispels myths about some processed foods, new methods of education, and social media. He offers practical steps on how to embrace innovation without losing your sanity.