To celebrate the 50th episode of Relentless Growth, we thought we would do something a little bit different. Today, Chris shares details about the project he has spent his entire professional career working toward: the 24 Hours to Free Mastermind.
As a second-generation realtor whose career has included nearly every aspect of real estate brokerage, Scott Taylor knows what it takes to succeed in the space. He has received numerous accolades, has worked as a Keller Williams team leader, and is currently the Operating Partner for the Keller Williams Columbia Market Center.
The ability to make small pivots on your life’s journey is one of the most important contributors to success. Life is always going to throw curveballs at you, and it is how you deal with those bumps in the road that determines where you end up.
No matter who you are or what industry you are in, you have likely faced or are currently facing pressure. This self-induced pressure is rooted in disempowering thoughts that are weighing you down rather than propelling you forward.
What if you made things in your life easy? This might seem like it’s possible for others, but not possible for you with your unique, stressful circumstances. Today’s episode is about showing you just how fun things can be when you give yourself permission to let them be that way.
When you think about the most stressed-out person in your life (yes, it could be you), do they seem happy to you? Are they living in the moment, or constantly lost in thought, anticipating the next problem in their lives?
There is no perfect way to date. There is no formula other than showing up as yourself, being authentic, and having faith that it will all work out. Despite how simple this is, we have all overcomplicated the process of finding a partner, and this can cause so much unnecessary suffering. In today’s episode, Chris is joined by his incredible wife, Lindsey Mango, where they discuss some of the common problems they see with dating.
Being willing to take risks is a common trait among successful entrepreneurs, and it is something today’s guest, Misty Stanley, has never been afraid of doing. After college, Misty moved across the country and lived in a tent.
In 2013, Chris was working at a law firm, going through the motions, and headed towards the life he was led to believe that he wanted. What he didn’t know was that he was asleep behind the wheel of his own life, until someone pointed it out to him and held space for him to figure out what he really wanted.
Fear, failure, anxiety and other negative emotions are inevitable, but we have the power to choose how we deal with them and to decide the course that our lives take. As Lacy Corcoran knows, it’s not necessarily an easy road to get to the point where we are in control of our own destiny, and she shares some of the main coaching practices and the books which helped her immensely on her personal growth journey.
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