Finding True Growth: Less Pain, More Gain with Joey Atlas [PODCAST 185]

GTF 185 | Finding True Growth

 

Are you struggling with your fitness goals, or frustrated by a lack of results no matter how much you exercise? After seeing the kind of struggle people have with fitness, Joey Atlas of SCULPTAFIT developed a fitness solution that teaches people how to be gentle with their bodies, while still getting results. Joey will share why he disapproves of the “no pain, no gain” mentality and other myths about fitness, and how we degrade the integrity of our body and health, with extreme fitness programs. Joey Atlas believes that the body is a tool far different from others, and there is a unique method that you can use, starting today, to transform your health, fitness, and wellness, while doing it gently, and with positive effects. If you are looking for actionable steps to improve your fitness routine, don’t miss this episode with expert, Joey Atlas!

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Turn Fear Into Health, Wealth, And Happiness with Akshay Nanavati [PODCAST 184]

GTF 184 | Turning Fear

What if you could, in a few short minutes, have a process to completely rewire your brain- transforming your life, business, and relationships for health, wealth and happiness? That may seem like a hard task, but Akshay Nanavati can show you how to conquer your fear and push forward in achieving your greatest desires. From his own experiences in the military, and dealing with post-military life, he shares how he overcame the fears that kept him from moving forward in life. Turning fear to health, wealth, and happiness, he inspires us with how he approached trauma as a way to post-traumatic growth, rather than post-traumatic stress. With the belief that fear can never be crushed, but it can be utilized, Akshay shares how we should see it as part of the human experience and embrace it as a starting point to grow.

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Mental Toughness and Peak Performance with Olympic Champion Adam Kreek

GTF 183 | Mental Toughness

Olympic Gold Medalist Adam Kreek shows us how to achieve mental toughness and peak performance. Taking us back to where it all began, he shares how he got into this mental training where he learned how important it can be whether we’re an Entrepreneur, CEO, Executive, Dad, Husband, Partner, Spouse and more. If you’re interested in being a high performer in your field, you’ll love this conversation. From his love of books, rowing, and the earth, he talks about the inspirations and values he got and how he took those to grow more as a person. As someone who is passionate about peak performance, he says it’s necessary to focus on what you can control. He shares his wisdom, advice and tips on how he became an Olympic Champion and how it applies in everyday life. Equipped with his own fascinating experiences, Adam inspires us to find lessons from every corner in our lives.

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Simplify Getting More Clients (Interview with Chris Harder) [PODCAST 182]

GTF 182 | Getting More Clients

 

Do you find yourself struggling with overwhelm and burnout? Sometimes as a business owner and entrepreneur, getting clients and growing the business can feel like climbing Mt Everest. Business growth specialist Dan Kuschell thinks otherwise. He believes that there is a much more simplified way to get more clients and make your business grow. Starting with his origin, he shares how his family, sports, belief systems, and dealing with workaholism has impacted the way he does business now. As someone who has built so many successful companies, he gives great insights about overcoming scarcity problems. He lays out a simplified process of getting more clients, and discusses the differences between buyer’s culture and selling culture.

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How to Help Your Clients Get Breakthroughs [PODCAST 181]

GTF 181 | Great Coach

To go from where your client is to where they want to be means crossing the gap in between. That is the bridge that will take them from point A to point A. Now in that bridge, they will find that they’ll have to take some necessary steps. Sometimes, even taking just one can be a struggle. With the help of coaches, that journey can be a lot more bearable. Let’s face it, not all coaches are that great. While great coaches can help clients reach their end goals, there are some that can drastically bring them down. There is a fine line between the bad ones and the great ones. The question is, where do you fall? Dan breaks down the four different types of coaches and teaches you what kind you should be to help your clients meet their goals and achieve breakthroughs.

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