What would change in your life and in your business?
Today’s guest is Marc Mawhinney, the coach’s coach. He’s built a very successful career helping personal and business coaches keep their own lives and productivity on track. His clients could tell you that if YOU are going to be the best you can be you need help from a coach.
My conversation with Marc gives us a snapshot of his background and how he learned to turn failure into opportunity. But even more importantly, he’s learned to teach others how to remove the mindset limitations that are holding them back so they can be the best version of themselves.
IS there even such a thing? Vinnie Fisher, Genius Network Member, founder of Total CEO and Fully Accountable has a unique approach on work life balance (some would even say it’s controversial). It starts with knowing who you are.
And in fact, what if everything you were taught about work life balance were false? And what if you could finally rid yourself of the guilt and disappointment of not being enough, or letting people down, with just one shift in the thinking about work life balance?
In today’s episode, you’re going to discover how to have the CEO’s Mindset to leverage the things that fuel you, create momentum, and charge you up – and how to create a great business and life.
Today’s guest is a guy who has seen the power of social capital demonstrated throughout his career as a CPA. From almost the outset of his career as a CPA he’s learned that it’s not always the people you know who matter the most, but the level of relationships beyond that where the power often resides.
Tony Rose is a senior partner at Rose, Snyder, and Jacob CPA and is the author of two outstanding books that help people like you identify what they really want in life and strategize to make it happen. On today’s episode of Growth to Freedom Tony reveals the major problems people have in building wealth, why many rich people are not happy, and how you can use social capital to expand your reach and open doors of opportunity.
Alex Charfen, today’s guest, firmly believes that Entrepreneurs are critical for growth, momentum, and the economy. As he looks back at the founding of the United States he sees that all but one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence was an entrepreneur. That means the nation was based on the spirit and mentality of the entrepreneur.
You’ll likely recognize the importance of Entrepreneurs and the power of “The Entrepreneurial Personality Type” as we discuss Alex’s new book and why you need to know there is nothing wrong with you.
In fact, if you’ve ever thought you were different, or that you were a little awkward, or felt like a misfit, or unique, then you just might have a new sense of confidence after hearing what Alex has to share with you.
That’s OK. On today’s episode I’m going to introduce you to the concept and tell you why using a service company to help you maximize your IRA contributions is a great alternative for you to get more control and certainty with your retirement funds.
There are lots of myths that swirl around the topic of self-directed IRAs and on today’s episode my guest, Theresa Fette is going to help debunk them and set the record straight. Theresa is one of the founders of Provident Trust Group, a company that provides IRA services to both high profile and average investors.