How can one make progress when they're focused on what's behind them. Many people may feel like they're moving in the right direction but the truth is they're not. They are trying to make progress with a backwards mindset. Today Shannaan discusses the importance of recognizing when you're hustling backwards and how to change directions.
We had a great interview with Candace Hawk of Spreading the Health. What started out as a journey to live a healthier lifestyle that turned into a mission to help others live better. Candace tells us her story, how she started her company "Spreading the Health," and what motivates her to continue to live a healthy lifestyle.
So you finished celebrating/taking a break. Now what? Well you get back on track. You get back into the routine of being a hard worker and pursuing your dreams. In today's podcast, Shannaan discusses what you can do to help you get back on track and what to watch out for when you're attempting to return to your routine.
We all know the power of change and how it can alter the course of our lives but do we understand the power of change that we initiate? Oftentimes we don't. We don't realize how a simple choice that we make can take us to heights never before imagined. In today's episode, Shannaan discusses how we can take hold of the power of the pivot and change our lives for the better.
We see it in children and the habit doesn't seem to change when we get older. Wanting a new item but shortly after obtaining that item, we either forget about it, get tired of it, or find something else to occupy our attention. Shannaan recently experienced this phenomena when he purchased an Apple watch. Although it was something he wanted for his birthday, he soon realized that it wasn't as big of a deal as the commercials made it out to be. In today's podcast, Shannaan discusses why we buy things only to forget about them and how you can make better purchases to help you in your journey to become debt free.
What does the true 1% look like? We all have ideas of the rich and famous when we think of the "1%" but in actuality, 1% is not a group of people, it's a mindset. One percent represents how much you should aim to improve each day and by doing that, you will transform you life. Today, Shannaan discusses the importance of marginal, consistent improvements and how big of a difference they can have over time.