Chasing success and trying to climb the corporate ladder led today’s guest, Kyle Depiesse, to hit rock bottom; burnt out and in debt. He left everything behind to start designing a life guided by fulfillment. Since then, Kyle and his wife have paid off nearly $400k to become completely debt-free.
Sometimes all we need is for someone to stand up for our greatness and show up just how much we are capable of when we cannot see it ourselves. Tara Smith, today’s guest, had hit rock bottom, going from a Team Leader at Keller Williams back to being an agent.
There are so many personality tests out there and it is hard to know which ones are reputable. In today’s jam-packed episode, Chris talks about the DiSC Assessment and how this behavior assessment has helped him in life and business by giving him insights into what makes people tick.
If you are still on the fence about your goals for 2021 or you are not used to setting goals, you have come to the right place! In today’s episode of Relentless Growth, Chris walks us through some ways to approach your goals this year so that you can live the life you have always wanted.
No matter how many strategies you use to take your life to the next level, without clarity, all your efforts will be in vain. To help you gain this clarity, Chris shares a future-self meditation in today’s episode.
In the world of personal development and growth, we often hear about how important mindset is. And while it is a vital part of transformation, we have to change our identity as well. Anthony Trucks, today’s guest, is no stranger to adopting new identities to continually become the best version of himself and push his growth edge every day.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to achieve at the highest level unless it comes at the expense of your health and harmony. We have been conditioned into believing that to succeed we need to suffer and sacrifice. But what if there was a way to be ambitious and aligned? Kelly Brock is a recovering perfectionist and knows it’s possible to live a life of peace and profit.
The inclination to say yes to everything is understandable, but it isn’t necessarily empowering or right for your business. If you’re an entrepreneur – or an aspiring one – “no” can be the most important word in your vocabulary.
In this episode, listeners can look forward to hearing from Kirk Mango, a champion athlete and coach who also happens to be Chris’s father-in-law.
Although hard work is the cornerstone to success, it is only one part of the puzzle. You need to lead with a servant’s heart and have the desire to elevate those around you.
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