The first step to creating meaningful goals, scaling impact and achieving success is dreaming big. Acknowledging and empowering what is possible will lead to greater heights in both personal and professional endeavors. This is true if you’re thinking about the year ahead or the rest of your life. You must start with your biggest dreams.
Sometimes life throws us curveballs. We begin to wonder if things could get any worse. Even though, deep down, we know they won’t. In this episode of the Truest Fan podcast, we talk about the importance of staying positive.
No matter what kind of circumstances you’re in, there’s always a positive aspect to consider. However, it’s up to you to look at it as a challenge or an opportunity. These experiences present an amazing chance to stay positive and be more empathetic toward others if you learn to acknowledge them.
Have you noticed that your marketing is a little off or you’re not getting your fair share of new business and opportunities? You might be trapped in a boring marketing process. In this episode of the Truest Fan podcast, I have a wonderful conversation about making your marketing fun with Seth Greene.
Finding out what matters most with your clients and taking advantage of this information sets your marketing on the right course. It keeps your marketing from becoming boring and transactional and transforms it into a fun conversation where clients feel that they’re valued.
Each of us is wired very differently. We are meant to do different things and to be different people. In this episode of the Truest Fan podcast, I share a fascinating discussion with Samantha Riley about why you are designed to shine.
We all have our own zone of genius and realizing that each one is designed to shine allows energy to flow in alignment with the right path, clients, and opportunities. Know more about how you can unapologetically lean into who you are and how you’re designed to shine by tuning in to the episode.
When entrepreneurs create a business plan, they often look for processes that result in efficiency and repeatability. Most of them believe that businesses are only meant to solve problems which means the fun part of these processes is often taken for granted. You may have an amazing process but when no one is doing it, it defeats the purpose. Learn more about how you can incorporate fun in business processes so you and your team feel motivated and geared toward important goals, be sure to listen to this episode.
You may think that subtle pieces of advice are just ordinary principles, but they can actually create the most impact in life. In this episode of the Truest Fan podcast, my guest, Azul Terronez, talks about why you need to leave things better than the way you found them – one of the greatest pieces of advice he has received.
We’ve all heard the saying, “never go to bed angry.” My guest today, Beth Blecker, learned this lesson from her father when she was a child. And though she admits she’s not perfect at it, Beth has used this age-old wisdom to remind herself not to hold grudges and to accept mistakes.She believes this advice has helped her build a terrific financial planning practice and an incredible life filled with family, friends and fun.
Listen to the latest episode of the Truest Fan Podcast. You’ll discover how to create quick wins in your day to get the productivity ball rolling and gain back your time.
In this episode of the Truest Fan Podcast, you’ll discover how to unleash your potential. Become a true leader. And be a truest fan of others.
No matter where you are in your career, you’ll benefit from this workshop. By the end of this 2-hour session, you’ll be able to implement the 4D Framing Routine. You’ll be ready to step up to your next level of success.