For many people, spending $250, 000 on personal growth after they have been let go from the company that they built sounds unthinkable. But for Jake Kauffman, it is what changed his life.
If you own a business and you are working too much, working too hard, or spending a lot of time away from the people and things you love, then it is time you start using leverage. But what exactly is leverage?
So many of us play average, have told ourselves that we are not capable, and have stood in our own way of achieving our dreams. But it doesn’t have to be the way! We have to believe in our infinite potential and lean into the growth we are capable of.
Welcome back to Relentless Growth, for a brief episode about the Freedom Foundation, Number Two; in the 24 Hours to Freedom Mastermind! If you caught episode 52, you are already aware that the first pillar, the first foundation, in the Mastermind is Life and Mindset Coaching.
If you have been listening for a while, you will know that Chris is hosting a 24 Hours to Freedom Mastermind. Today, we are going to take a look at his number one freedom foundation: life and mindset coaching. While there is a set curriculum, Chris has also left a great deal of wiggle room because he knows that so much of the magic happens when people come together.
Being a trillion-dollar consultant is a title most of us can only dream of, and it is one of the many that today’s guest, Kareen Walsh, has managed to achieve. Not only is she an elite executive coach, but she is also a serial entrepreneur, startup advisor and investor, author, and podcaster.
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.
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