In today's episode, Shannaan speaks about the importance of internal validation and why we should stop seeking validation from other people.
The "land of the free and home of the brave" is a phrase we know by heart. Yet, we assume that we are entitled to receive certain services for free. Why is that? What makes us value some services and transactions over others? Today Shannaan talks about the idea of "free" and the importance of expectations, what we value, and why he charges to help people become debt free.
It takes commitment to make a difference in our lives. We have gotten to a point in society where "real commitment is an endangered trait" and as a result, progress seems impossible. Today Shannaan talks about the importance of committing and staying committed to progress in life. Don't let distractions take you away from your real goal. Make a decision and stick with it and only then will you see the true potential that lies within you.
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.
It's often said "Don't sweat the small stuff" but it's the small stuff that makes the biggest different. When we look at a clock, we often check it for the amount of minutes or hours that have passed but a minute would not be a minute without the passage of seconds. With this in mind, today Shannaan discusses the importance of handling the small things in our lives and why those items make the biggest impact.
In today's episode, we discuss the idea of power in greater detail. Shannaan's Power Monday introduced the topic and today we take it a step further. What does power mean to you? Do you believe you that you have power? If so, how do you use it? Tune in to see if you have the correct mindset about your ability to use your power effectively.