Something You Should Know about Achieving Goals


Time Management Techniques

January 22, 2015

 

Interview with Kory Kogon, author of the book The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Being more productive isn’t necessarily about cramming more things into your day it’s about making sure the important things get done. And here’s how you do it…

 

Kory Kogon:
Before the week starts 30 minutes quiet time, think about what’ most important and get them in your calendar.

 


Kory Kogon

What's More Important, Effort Or Talent?

January 21, 2015

 

Interview with Paul G. Stoltz, author of the book GRIT: The New Science of What it Takes to Persevere, Flourish, Succeed

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Grit it’s the thing that fuels our efforts to achieve our goals.

 

Paul Stoltz:
Anything worth going after that you really want to achieve in life frankly comes from grit.
 


Paul Stoltz

Taking Risks In Life

January 16, 2015

 

Interview with Bill Treasurer, author of the book Right Risk: 10 Powerful Principles for Taking Giant Leaps with Your Life

 

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Mike Carruthers: 
Funny thing about taking risks in life...


Bill Treasurer:

Really it's the risks that you don't take that you tend to regret the most.
 


Bill Treasurer

Lazy People

January 2, 2015

 

Interview with Dr. Mel Levine, author of the book The Myth of Laziness

 

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Mike Carruthers: 
People who seem lazy, you know…

 

Mel Levine:
The person who's always promising things, but never delivers, the kid who seems so bright, but doesn't submit his homework.
 


Dr. Mel Levine

4 Questions About Your New Year's Resolution

December 31, 2014

 

Interview with Mitzi Weinman, author of the book It's About Time! Transforming Chaos into Calm, A to Z

 

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Mike Carruthers:
So it's time for your 2015 New Year's resolution which if you're going make should probably be very specific.

 

Mitzi Weinman:
A resolution or a goal really needs to be tangible so that you can put action to it. It needs to be something that is really totally doable.
 


Mitzi Weinman

The Power Of Gratitude

December 18, 2014

 

Interview with Dr. Adrian Calabrese, author of the book 10 Spiritual Steps to a Magical Life

 

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Mike Carruthers:
As we get ready to head into the new year 2015 it's a good time to take stock of all the things we have and are grateful for.

 

Adrian Calabrese:
If you express your gratitude, you look at your life the way it is, and you realize just how much you really do have, instead of dwelling on what you don't have.
 


Dr. Adrian Calabrese

Appreciating What You Have

December 10, 2014

 

Interview with Dr. Noelle Nelson, author of the book The Power of Appreciation: The Key to a Vibrant Life

 

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Mike Carruthers: 
It's a simple concept, and it goes like this:
 

Noelle C. Nelson, Ph.D.:
You've got to appreciate what you have, to get what you want.
 


Dr. Noelle Nelson

Who Are You?

December 1, 2014

 

Interview with Dr. Bowen White, author of the book Why Normal Isn't Healthy: How to Find Heart, Meaning Passion & Humor on the Road Most Traveled

 

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Mike Carruthers: 
Have you ever stepped back and taken a careful look at your life?


Dr. Bowen White

You know we all have a secret that we share that we don't talk about. We all have these feelings of inadequacy we don't want anyone else to know about. So we walk around acting like we know what we're doing.
 


Dr. Bowen White

Talking Back To Your Inner Critic

November 25, 2014

 

Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo, author of the book Better than Perfect: 7 Strategies to Crush Your Inner Critic and Create a Life You Love

 

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Mike Carruthers:
If you stop and listen for a moment you can probably here your inner critic.

 

Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo:
And I like to think of an inner critic is actually a very positive force if you use it well.

 


Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo

The Problem With Perfection

October 31, 2014
 

Interview with Arthur Ciaramicoli, author of the book Performance Addiction: The Dangerous New Syndrome and How to Stop It from Ruining Your Life 
 

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Mike Carruthers:
The definition of personal growth has changed somewhat in just the last few years. 

 

Arthur Ciaramicoli:
You know there used to be a time when self-growth meant spiritual growth. In our world today growing means achieving and perfecting. And if you're always focused on perfecting yourself you can't live within your own skin with comfort.
 


Arthur Ciaramicoli

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