What It Means To Do Your Best (Encore)

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In this episode, John and Kelly talk about what it means to do your best. John explains that in his 40s, doing his best meant getting up it 5:30 AM. When he got into his 50s, he expanded his vision of doing his best. It was three things. Effort – getting up at 5:30 AM. Second, focus on what moves the needle. And then third, personal growth. With a system. And making sure the growth was consistent and strategic relative to what he wanted to accomplish.

Pivotal Moments Where Your Trajectory Changed – The Lessons Learned (Encore)

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In this episode John and Kelly talk about moments in their life where it changed their trajectory. Kelly talks about when she first became an entrepreneur in the employment field. What drove her to make the leap. And Kelly talks about the lessons she learned. John talks about when he launched into being an entrepreneur in the real estate development field when he was 30 years old. After starting out as a CPA. How he learned that not everyone has the same sense of fairness and the desire to be fair with everyone.

The Benefits Of Aging (Encore)

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In this episode, John and Kelly talk about the benefits of aging. As Kelly is about to turn 50 in a couple months, she has spent a lot of time thinking about aging. And she really likes the wisdom that comes from aging. The increase confidence. Caring less what other people think. Then John discusses the fact that aging gives you perspective. He says that the older you get, the more you realize that most things don’t matter. Only a few things matter. John shared the observation in his own life that he sees cases of where he is evolving.

The Art Of Living

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In this episode, John and Kelly discuss the art of living. There really is an art to living this precious life we’re all blessed with. In this podcast John talks about the four components of the art of living. First is dealing with problems. Unenlightened people, incompetent people, and difficult people. The second component is savoring the good. There’s so much good in life but we oftentimes don’t savor it as much as we should. We need to savor our friendships, savor the impact we’re having on other people in the world. Even savoring the pleasures of life like food. Then the third component is evolving mentally. Over one’s life, you will continually evolve mentally. That should never stop. There’s always got to be something you’re striving for, to evolve mentally. That’s what keeps you alive. Then the fourth component of the art of living. Having a great marriage. There sure is an art to that.

Kelly’s Story – Work Smarter, Not Harder (Encore)

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The day that Kelly Hatfield interviewed John on her podcast, she became intrigued in his 12 minute a day methodology. Implementing this she received transformative results that doubled her income in just a few short months. This is Kelly’s story about her transformation and how she and John partnered in their human performance company, Think It Be It. Learn how together they teach fellow entrepreneurs how to work smarter, not harder all through the integration of science into their lives.

You Have To Hear Something Seven Times

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In this episode, John introduces the idea that you have to hear something seven times BEFORE it fully registers. This issue has come up because John relates to Kelly a situation with a couple of new clients for think it be it. John explains that the most significant thing ever learned in his life was that 95% of his daily actions and thoughts are unconscious. That was so significant because from reading think and grow Rich, he realized that his daily actions determine his success in each area of his life. Therefore if 95% of his daily actions are unconscious, if he’s not controlling his unconscious daily actions, he’s playing the game of life at 25% of his potential.

Morning Routine (Encore)

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In this episode John and Kelly talk about the importance of one’s morning routine. In fact, John says that a person’s morning routine will determine their success in life. That one thing more than anything else. And he talks about the think it be it 12 minute a day technique. John and Kelly’s morning routine is simply applying the 12 minute a day technique to their respective lives. Reading the succinct articulation of their life from the life GPS template each day. John talks about how simple the concept is.

Things I wish I Knew About Success When I Came Out Of College with Jeffrey Gitomer

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In this episode, John introduces a special guest – the legendary Jeffrey Gitomer. Jeffrey is in the speaker’s Hall of Fame and is the king of sales. Literally the king of sales. The most prolific and respected authority on selling in the United States today. John met Jeffrey when he was 41 years old. And Jeffrey gave John some great advice. Turn your car into a mobile University. Unfortunately, John didn’t immediately figure out how to do that. But a few years later, he did. By creating a system for personal growth. During this conversation between John and Jeffrey, they go over the things I wish I knew about success when I came out of college.

You’re Just Winging Life

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In this episode, John and Kelly talk about the concept of having a defined way of doing life. John opens the podcast with two questions for the audience. First, what percentage of your potential do you think you’re playing the game a life at today? Then the second question. Do you have a way of doing life? And John points out that if you don’t, as most people don’t, you’re just winging life. And the effect of that is that you live your life fear-based and reactive in light of the fact that we are all innately wired for survival. The way better way of doing life is to wire yourself for success. By rewiring your autopilot. This is based on the concept that 95% your daily thoughts and actions are unconscious, which is the foundation of think it be it.

Your Inner World Determines Your Outer World (Encore)

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In this episode, John and Kelly talk about how a person’s inner world determines their outer world. This topic was inspired by John listening to Tony Robbins on the impact theory podcast. In this episode John mentions that you live up or down to your identity. Most people create their identity by default. And one’s identity is determined by the stories you tell yourself. Kelly mentions that this is so closely aligned to what think it be it is all about. Which is you create your identity first on paper. Exactly the person you want to be, exactly what you want to accomplish, and precisely how you achieve your clearly defined goals. Then you feed that identity to yourself 12 minutes a day, using the think it be it template.