Last week of how to be a badass in the physical area of our life. Let’s remember repetition is the mother of all skills, so everything we have discussed has to be done consistently over a long period. How do you do that? You put them on your calendar so that it becomes like a job that must get done.
Dr. Alok Trivedi is a media personality and author of “Chasing Success- Lessons in Aligned Performance”. He’s been in front of over 100 million people worldwide while featured on CBS, NBC, Fox News, Global News, Entrepreneur, and many more.
Dr.Trivedi is an expert in human performance and high performance thinking. For over 25 years he’s studied the brain to develop the scientific processes to rewire people’s problems for permanent, lasting change. He’s sought out by WNBA stars, professional golfers, Olympic tennis players, corporate executives, and elite entrepreneurs to rewire their thinking to transform their money, business, and life.
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How do you be a badass? First, you take care of your physical body. One of the most important places to start with this is to make sure you are healthy. So, get a doctor. Men, we don’t like to hear this. It scares us that something might be wrong. Well, get over it. Get a doctor to schedule 2 appointments per year and ensure you are physically healthy enough to do what we discussed in last week’s episodes.
Holly Morphew is an award-winning financial coach, author of the best-selling book “Simple Wealth”, and founder of Financial Impact, a specialized financial coaching practice for professionals and entrepreneurs who want to create personal wealth and early financial independence.
A pioneer in the personal finance industry, Holly’s work has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, FemFounder, and more. Holly’s professional background in finance, real estate investing, and entrepreneurship are the foundation of Financial Impact’s transformational programs.
We are looking at how to be a badass in our lives. The best place to start is in the physical area of our life. What is the next step? Learn how to defend yourself. Knowing how to fight is what actually makes you a badass. So go learn how to protect yourself and the ones you love. If you are already training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or Muay Thai, get better.
Allan is a serial entrepreneur, investor, business growth expert, attorney and host of two successful podcasts, “The Business Growth Pod” and “Bug Bux Podcast.” He specializes in scaling businesses and helping entrepreneurs transform an idea into a thriving business.
Continuing in our series of How to Be A Badass. We are staying with the physical area of this. You must get in shape and work out intensely at least 3x per week. Get in the gym, lift weights, and do cardiovascular exercise. You cannot be a badass if you are out of shape.
As founder and CEO of The Speaker Lab, Grant Baldwin has helped thousands of people build successful and sustainable speaking businesses. Over the last 15 years, Grant has become a sought-after speaker, podcaster, author, and accomplished entrepreneur.
Featured on the Inc. 5000 list, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and the Huffington Post, he has committed his expertise and insight to equip others to share their meaningful message with the masses. His leadership and dedication to creating a one-of-a-kind organizational culture are evidenced by the impact of the team that he leads.
Everyone wants to be a badass. Well, everyone listening to this podcast wants to be a badass, so I figured we should just talk about the steps. Step 1: Be a physical badass. Where does that start? Get into shape. You cannot be fat, overweight, and unhealthy if you want to be a badass. This week we are talking about controlling what you put in your body.
Jairek has been coaching business owners, teams and individuals for over a decade to achieve world class results in work and life through his personal coaching.
His coaching has helped them make more money (while working less!), lose weight, have more passion in their relationships and more focus and energy than ever before.