Paul Moore talks about the importance of finding your purpose, your BIG WHY. He shares the story about losing his wealth and how he was successfully able to pay off all of his debts. He shares his personal story of how he benefited from giving.
Jay Samit talks about embracing who you are, to become successful in life. He shares the importance of being a solution to the world. He talks about the importance of mentorship and long-term learning. Jay provides value by teaching the key understandings and step-by-step method for becoming rich and never needing another job again.
In this episode, Nkechi talks about upbringing, academic excellence, personal development, mental and physical health (tips or practice), relationships, etc. She talks about excelling through medical school as well as managing time, energy and resources. She shares the importance of making effective plans. Do not allow the stress or failure of life to get to you. Be kind to yourself. Nkechi talks about the essence of excellence through integrity.
Sometimes, we are scared of opening our mouth because we shy away from being vulnerable and judged. The fear of what people might say when they hear what we are going through, the fear of exposing our weaknesses and flaws to someone makes us cringe. It is important to speak up and open your mind to new things, ideas, corrections and advice.
In this episode, Chris Naugle shares the secrets of what the wealthy do to multiply their money. Using guidelines from his book, The Millionaire Mystery: Steps into the secret of the wealthy, Chris takes about how we can become our own bank as well as the right investments that are profitable to us. Chris talks about ways of becoming financially empowered as well as how to reclaim control over your finance to generate more money.
Letting go of bad relationships, disappointments and heartbreaks from the past, grudges, anger, bad habits, fear could be very challenging but it sets us free from the heavy burdens that deny us from progressing in life. In this episode, we make use of a home makeover illustration to explore the challenges as well as the benefits of letting go of people, possessions that no longer serve us.
In this episode, Samantha Lotus shares her scariest and pivotal experience which nearly led to her death at the age of 26. She explains the roadmap to take you from being sick, depressed, sad to being healthy, happy and free. She talks about peak performance, holistic health, reality hacking and how to live a purposeful life even during a pandemic.
MATTHEW POLLARD is an internationally-recognized consultant, speaker, blogger, author, mentor, coach, and serial entrepreneur with five multi-million dollar business success stories under his belt, all before the age of 30. He is the founder and CEO of Rapid Growth, LLC, dedicated to achieving maximum return on investment for businesses of all sizes. In this episode, MATTHEW POLLARD talks about how introverts can learn to find natural confidence, prepare for every situation, sidestep objections that would otherwise expose their discomfort, ask for the sale (without asking), profit from a process that doesn’t rely on personality, and simply enjoy sales.
Ayodeji John Faneye enlightened us on the story of Joshua in the journey. Using the life of Joshua as a case-study, he talked about leadership, humility, obedience, perseverance, the importance of feasibility studies and researches and other factors which are important for overcoming barriers. He also shared the reason why Joshua is his role model.
Summary This episode’s guest is a mindfulness therapist and is internationally certified in Art Therapy. Damilola Vanessa Adelekan coaches the practice of mindfulness to promote good mental and physical health using yoga, meditation and art as forms of therapy. She loves working with young adults and adults and she’s best at helping people look after…