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MONDAY- May 13th, 2013 TONIGHT we have an UP CLOSE & PERSONAL interview with our SPECIAL GUEST DAVIDA GODDETT, Founder of HEALTHY THOUGHTS. May is stroke health month and Ms. Goddett will stop pass to discuss her personal story and the importance of maintaining a healthy mind, body and soul. Davida's story will inspire and encourage you to go see the doctor! Dial917.889.3926 to join the discussion and comment LIVE. We want to hear from you. Real talk. Real People. Real Times. We are TM Hyman Radio!
Are you pursuing the path of your dreams, or are you simply working to live?
Your success in life will be largely determined by your ability to find your true calling, the right work for you to do, and then putting your whole heart into doing it very well. 1.What do I do easily and well?
#2: What are the things that I have done in life that have been most responsible for my success?
#3: What would I do differently, knowing what I know now?
#4: What work would I choose to do if I won a million dollars, cash, in the lottery tomorrow?
#5: If I were absolutely guaranteed tremendous success in any job I chose, what field would I go into?
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career & executive coaches
When I was first getting into the business of selling educational programs, a famous zero-down real estate guru asked me, "Do you know the thing people who take my courses want most?"
"They want to avoid taking action."
. The theories as to why people don't take action are many and varied. The three that make most sense to me are:
Lack of Confidence: People who haven't yet been successful in life don't believe they can be, even if they are fully prepared to succeed. Fear of Pain: Some people see taking action as work and work as a form of pain. These are usually people who have never experienced the pleasure of working on something they value. Laziness: Besides the fear of work, human beings are programmed to be lazy. Being lazy means trying to get what you want with the least amount of effort. Some people don't take action because they want to find an easier way. This is what B.F. Skinner had to say about it in A Brief Survey of Operant Behavior:
, Founder and CEO of Get My Mom a Job and its coordinating subsidiaries, is a professional Arizona Company. Get My Mom a Job is a company with its' sole purpose is to empower women. All women of every walk of life to be, do, and have the job, profession, and personal life they desire.
Get My Mom a Job is a system designed to put any woman from any walk of life to work. Specializing in telecommute jobs only, the company's mission is clear: "Women do not have to choose between work, career, and their family or personal life." The telecommute industry is the most expansive employment market in the world today. More employers are turning to and adding to their "Virtual Employee" or "Telecommute Employee" as the new model of employment. Get My Mom a Job brings these jobs to light and to every person seeking employment.
Driven with her own passion to work from home while caring for her children, it took Mrs. Unangst on a long journey. A year and half went by before finding true, viable, W-2 employment she could rely on. Not work from home scams, affiliate or network marketing. Actually jobs with companies that bring a guaranteed paycheck with advancement opportunity. It was that, that Get My Mom a Job was born. The need that men and women alike have for employment or better employment.
College educated in Pennsylvania, wife, mother, and now entrepreneur. "Living life by my own design, and bringing that to others" is the passion of Mrs. Unangst. Right now Get My Mom a Job has been seen in the USA Today, AZ Republic as well as many other publications across the US. Its mission is clear: "Put people to work and change the way job seeking is done!"
People who should listen to this show are unemployed, underemployed, career coaches
Jane Carter - CEO/ Founder & Sole Formulator. Jane Carter Solution was created to fulfill the need for natural based hair care products that worked effectively on all hair types and textures. During my 20 years of experience as a salon owner, colorist, stylist, and hair educator, I have worked with every hair texture imaginable. Jane Carter Solution hair care products have been carefully formulated to repair and hydrate dry problematic hair. Our quality products cleanse, condition and nourish, straight, wavy, curly, coiled, locked and twisted hair.
DaVida Chanel is a producer, writer and actress currently based in New Orleans, La. The emerging artist is producing projects for film, television, new media and the stage, currently promoting her play, "Hip Hop Is Alive". Also, concerned about the lack of self esteem in young women, DaVida Chanel is also producing a series of workshops to help cultivate esteem through the visioning process for teen age girls.
I'm Dearnatural62, I've been natural for little over two years now, I did my Big Chop on Sept 2010. I started my YouTube channel Dearnatural62 sharing my dos and don'ts and products that have worked for me. I enjoy sharing my story and currently covering events like the Nzuri Fest, and the SF Natural Hair Show, providing video and photos. I had no idea where this journey of being natural would lead me, but I do love the RIDE!
Whoisugar-Nappy head. Pseudo internet celebrity. Lover of fine fine arts, vintage clothing and good eats. Mental health clinician turned Youtube blogger. Yes, her real name is Sugar.
A man looks back on his life and says, "I wish I knew then what I know now." How to Find Your Mentor Look around your industry to find five successful business leaders who retired within the past two to five years. This two-to-five year time frame is important.
Making the Most of Your Relationship With Your Mentor Once you've found your mentor, make a list of the goals you want to work on with him. What do you want out of the relationship? What do you feel you need to learn? What can this person best teach you?
How to Make Sure You've Got a Good Mentor A mentorship is a relationship built on learning. Your mentor should be your learning coach: someone you can talk to and trust. A good mentor should provide you with advice, feedback, and support. He should help you focus on your goals and give you direction that helps you succeed more quickly than you could alone.
Respect the Mentor-Mentee Relationship To maintain your relationship with your mentor, you must recognize his value and reward him for it. Keep in mind that the kind of advice he is giving you is likely to have the most profound effect on your career. Although you can't measure the financial value of any specific suggestion (i.e., "Stop spending so much time on this fulfillment project. Get to work on improving your advertising."), you can bet that in the long run the effect will be very significant.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career & executive coaches, business owners
To begin with, when I was younger, I had the boundless optimization that is bred by the naivety of youth. I hadn't been through much hardship in my life, and so didn't think anything bad could really happen to me, including the possibility of my business failing. Therefore I went boldly forward with few resources or contingencies in place. You'd think older entrepreneurs with their greater net worth would be more financially courageous, but the opposite is often true. If you're 50, and your business bombs and draws down your retirement nest egg, you may not have time or earning power to make it back. Therefore, many 50+ entrepreneurs are afraid to take big financial risks. As an old dog entrepreneur, you have to learn new tricks, and it may take a lot of practice to break old habits. For instance, my children laugh that when I need a business phone number, I look in the Yellow Pages and not Google. When my youngest son saw that AARP sent me a free transistor radio as a premium, he laughed again: "No one listens to the radio on a radio," he said. Then it's a matter of finding a vocation that allows you to live, as closely as you can, your ideal day - every day of the year. To find that vocation, make a list of your interests, passions, aptitudes, and favorite activities. Are any of these things other people would pay you to do or make? Those are the realistic options, unless you are independently wealthy.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, career & executive coaches
Success all starts with you, your beliefs, and your ability to communicate properly with others.
Ever crossed signals with a friend and learned only after it was too late that you both unquestioningly assigned very different meanings to the exact same word; hence the confusion? Truth itself is fact. It is neutral, without feeling. It's neither good nor bad...it just is. It may be viewed as good or bad depending upon the context, situation and people involved. For example, the truth is that gravity works. Good when keeping you from floating thousands of feet into the air against your wishes. Bad when falling out of a six-story building. Our personal Belief System is a combination of upbringing, environment, schooling, news media, television, movies, internet, etc. Every experience our mind ever takes in. At times, these beliefs serve us well. All too often, however, they do not. A very somber example is the person who grows up the child of an abusive relationship. In all likelihood, he or she knows this is not good; that it's an unhealthy way to live. Yet, it happens all too often that, as an adult, this person will go from one "bad" relationship to another? Why? Because their Belief System says this is the "truth" about relationships. Without being conscious of this and taking definite steps to change, they will continually steer their way to their truth, according to their Belief System. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, salespeople, career coaches,
The challenge that 95% of my clients face is that they know what they want, but they have a hard time focusing on all the action steps to get there. It can be extremely difficult to keep a long term focus amidst the diversions and distractions that surround you every day.
When you start at one level, by consistently showing up, eventually you'll move to the next level. Show up practices are when you celebrate the fact that you showed up, did some work and didn't give up that day. You never know when the day you just show up is the day the technique you've been working on for years just clicks!
- Regular practices are required to create consistency, build endurance and improve your technique. On these practice days, you learn about yourself and have a chance to determine the right direction and build your confidence. You celebrate yet another practice towards your next rank. - This is the practice day where you go in with the mindset that you're going to do better today than you ever have before. You work towards blowing past your personal best. But you can't practice here forever, as these practice days are vigorous and strenuous. This is why you will revert back to more Show Up or Regular Practice days.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career & executive coaches, counselors
We all want a better life. We all want a little more control over how the day goes, over what we do with our hours, and what we are able to achieve. It begins by realizing that when it comes to the life you live, you have two choices. You can be PRO-active or you can be RE-active. You can either decide how it's going to go (pro-active), or you can leave it up to your surroundings to make that call for you (re-active). As long as the work is self-directed and supports my vision, I'm willing to do just about anything to succeed. But if I judge the activity to be a waste of my time, I avoid it.
But once you get to that point, you still need to manage other people's expectations to minimize the frustration and resentment that they might have about the level of control you have over your schedule. Finally, there are your own inner demons to deal with. I grew up relatively poor, wearing patches on the knees of my pants to grade school, and watching my parents save money by doing everything themselves. To them, money was not something that you could simply go out and get more of. These attitudes about money can both help and harm. It is good to be wise with your money, but not to let your relationship with money become an anchor opposing your progress. When it comes to taking control over how you live the rest of your life, this is no time to hold back. You must first decide what is right for you, and then go after it with all of your energy. People who should listen to this show are career coaches, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs
Someone once said that the three most important decisions in life answer the following questions: 1. What are you going to do? 2. With whom? 3. And where?
My Career in 300 Words
What Are You Doing?
Your Perfect Job
I would be happy to do the work I do for free. I believe it has value--to me and to the people who pay me for it. It is fully challenging. It engages both the logical and the creative sides of my brain. The Perfect Partner I had always considered the question "with whom" to be about one's spouse. And that is probably its original meaning. But it is also relevant to one's occupation. The people with whom you work--your boss, your partners, your colleagues, and your employees--determine to a great extent both the satisfaction and the success you will have from your working life.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, soloreneurs, career & executive coaches
When you're in the business of working one-on-one with clients, you pretty much live and die by your ability to sell yourself. When you're selling products, things are a bit different. With a product, it's a whole lot easier to distance yourself from the product and sell it in a more objective way. When you're selling YOU, things are murkier. You've got your personality, your likes, dislikes, life story, insecurities, fears, limiting beliefs, desires and more all swimming around. Those things can be great assets, or they can mess with your head. When you're selling you, pretty much everything comes down to attraction. Yes, you can hunt for clients, but I've discovered that you lose certain benefits by doing that. For me, what I lose isn't worth the benefits (mainly speed) I get in exchange--it's just not my preferred model. You develop attraction by demonstrating what you know, by demonstrating who you know, by demonstrating what you are doing. That's what free content is for... it's a tool to increase the power of your attraction field to thousands and thousands of potential prospects. Selling is about engineering situations that prompt decisions. You don't care what the decision is as much as that one is made.
The truth is, we're all selling something, all the time. It's just that some people don't get it or are REALLY bad at it. So understand this: The secret isn't NOT to sell, it's to make sure they know you don't need them to buy! People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, career & executive coaches