Limiting beliefs are the unacknowledged drivers of your life. As any coach will tell you, the first step on the road to growth is to draw out those shadowy saboteurs so we can see what’s holding you back! Once you see it clearly in front of you, you can deal (and heal) all that’s keeping you from the ultimate life and business that you want and deserve.
It’s easy to get comfortable in a 9 to 5 job that pays the bills and has minimal risks, but if you’re in a position where you’re living entirely inside your comfort zone, you need to ask yourself if you are truly fulfilled.
Everybody has a gap between where they are and where they want to be in one or more aspects of their life. Maybe yours is to lose weight, find a partner, improve your health, or triple your bottom line.
Imagine moving to a new country and then joining their army only four years later? Imagine then becoming a captain in the army, one of the most prestigious ranks there are?
Not all of us are ultramarathon athletes, extreme sports enthusiasts, or adrenaline junkies. And we don’t need to be, to learn the same life lessons taught in these intense scenarios.
Welcome back to Relentless Growth! Here today to share his knowledge is Jesse Garcia, a friend, founder of Zipi, and an entrepreneur with proven results. Join us as we discuss more than just real estate, diving into Jesse’s passion for technology, fitness, family, and entrepreneurship.
More of us have money fears than we realize, and we probably think that if we had more money, we would not be as fearful. This is far from true. It is all about how you frame money and the meaning that it has to you.
If you have learned the skill of coaching, you have clients, and you have a handle on running your business, but you’re feeling underprepared for the actual day-to-day reality of coaching or scaling your business, this is the episode for you!
For many business owners, often the fears associated with scaling a team can become a massive hurdle to their business’s greater success. Today we discuss what it looks like when business owners don’t want to get out of their own way to get some leverage so they don’t have to do everything themselves.
If you feel like life is happening to you instead of for you, it might be that you are not taking personal responsibility. When we continually blame our external circumstances for how we feel internally, we become disempowered.
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