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Obstacles come along every journey of significance. The question in the mind of the high-performance individual is, “Do I go over, under, around…or THROUGH it?”
Be presented with obstacles is part of the journey; how we handle them dictates how high, fast and far we fly toward accomplishing the mission. And all it takes is a few simple, yet effective skills to manage the mental part of the game so we can attack the challenge and come out victorious.
Join JT for a powerful discussion on facing obstacles in business and life and learn the 6 things you need to do to get past them and secure victory.
Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far.
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Amazon best selling author, lover of ice tea and snarky banter, Faydra is determined to shake people up about their mediocrity and stop living a half-life that is killing their spirit. Known in pop culture as Americas Crisis Coach, Faydra shares stories of triumph and hope that makes a lasting impact on people moving through their own crisis.
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Roy discussed overcoming every problem in life.
Dan is contemplating the path he will take with regards to a cancer diagnosis.
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Indie Parents are moms and dads who are self-employed, entrepreneurs, followers of passions and require a flexible lifestyle.
In our fifth episode of the season two - "How To Overcome The Fear Of Change" - we talk about the various changes - financial, health, trends - that can occur in a self-employed parent's life and how to overcome the fears these changes can create. Change doesn't have to be a scary thing!
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Karen Van Cleve’s mission is to eradicate overwhelm. If you’ve ever experienced the feeling of overwhelm, you know that it’s disempowering and destructive. Karen was overwhelmed for many years during her corporate careers in finance and high-tech business consulting. When she became a coach 14 years ago, she began working with high-performing business owners and professionals who often experienced overwhelm. Through her own development and years of working with others, Karen created the 7-step process to End Overwhelm Now. Her upcoming book by that same name teaches the reader: where overwhelm comes from, why we MUST shift ourselves out of overwhelm, and how to end overwhelm in 30 minutes or less.
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Bungy-jumped in New Zealand, recently visited Machu Picchu and hiked Huayna Picchu, the rock pinnacle you see in all the Machu Picchu pictures.
Enjoy hiking in the Colorado Rockies, including about 25 of the state’s “14ers” – mountains that are 14,000 feet or higher.
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Shannon Lagasse is the founder of Hunger for Happiness, a business dedicated to changing the way women relate to themselves, their bodies, and the world around them. She is also a recovered anorexic, bulimic, and binge eater turned health coach whose message is one of self-love and self-compassion in the healing and recovery process, whether from an eating disorder or emotional eating. Shannon inspires women worldwide through her writing, coaching, and speaking. Visit Shannon online or book her to speak at www.HungerforHappiness.com.
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Georgia H. Goslee, Esq., is passionate about helping people navigate the complexities of the law, life and longevity. As a high school dropout and teenage mother who turned her life around to become a highly sought after lawyer, federal prosecutor and television personality, she knows precisely what it’s like to have the odds stacked against you and just what it takes to get your life on track.
Early in her legal career, as a partner in a Baltimore law firm, Georgia distinguished herself as a sought after trial lawyer. She subsequently served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, Attorney-Advisor to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and Chief Contracts Compliance Officer to the City Solicitor of Baltimore City.
Georgia has more than a decade of live television experience as a host and debate panelist. She has provided legal commentary on high profile cases on network and cable television more than two hundred times. Visit www.georgiagoslee.com
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Divorce is painful. It leaves an emotional scar that for some never heals. Fear of repeating a painful memory keeps many from ever marrying again. Permanent distrust of the opposite sex prevents many men and women from even establishing an emotionally intimate relationship that could lead to marriage, because they fear getting hurt again. As long as the pain of the last relationship influences your present decisions, the person you are no longer with is still controlling your life. You are still with them, even though the relationship has ended, and you are allowing someone from your past to interfere with your future. Avoiding pain also means avoiding pleasure, joy, fulfillment, and satisfaction. It is like never leaving the gravesite of a deceased loved one. Your entire life is now defined by the grief of your loss, and you can't stop grieving and start living again. How do you break free from the pain of a broken past relationship and trust someone enough to try love and marriage again
Divorce is painful. It leaves an emotional scar that for some never heals. Fear of repeating a painful memory keeps many from ever marrying again. Permanent distrust of the opposite sex prevents many men and women from even establishing an emotionally intimate relationship that could lead to marriage, because they fear getting hurt again. As long as the pain of the past relationship influences your present decisions, the person you are no longer with is still controlling your life. You are stil with them, even though the relationship has ended. It's like never leaving the gravesite of a deceased loved one. Your entire life is now defined by the grief of your loss, and you can't stop grieving and start living again. You may be avoiding pain, but you're also avoiding pleasure, joy, fulfillment and satisfaction. How do you break free from the pain of a broken past relationship and trust someone enough to try love and marriage again?
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