Podcasts

How to Work Less and Live More: 3 Tips for Building a 4-Day Workweek

How to Work Less and Live More: 3 Tips for Building a 4-Day Workweek

By Natasha Lavender / August 31, 2021 /

On this episode of SUCCESS Stories, Joe tells Chief Storytelling Officer Kindra Hall what Henry Ford has to do with our concept of working hours, why more time off means improved productivity, and why boundaries are important for protecting your schedule.

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How to Use Loss Aversion to Your Advantage

How to Use Loss Aversion to Your Advantage

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 30, 2021 /

We all need to consider both loss and risk when making financial decisions and learn to use them as tools that help us prepare for the future, not as topics that we shy away from out of fear or shame.

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How to Overcome Self-Doubt and Become the Hero of Your Story

How to Overcome Self-Doubt and Become the Hero of Your Story

By Lydia Sweatt / August 27, 2021 /

No matter how hard it seems, you can overcome self-doubt if you’re willing to look within and face your fears. Here are three tips to help you along the way.

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How to Get Published: 3 Tips for Breaking into the World of Thought Leadership

How to Get Published: 3 Tips for Breaking into the World of Thought Leadership

By Rory Vaden / August 25, 2021 /

In this week’s episode of SUCCESS Line, you might hear a new brogue. I talk to Conor, an Irish entrepreneur with a Ph.D. in neuroscience and psychology. He has been releasing free content online by writing articles but is growing frustrated by his relatively low readership. He wants to develop a more consistent readership and…

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Charting Your New Course: 4 Tips When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned

Charting Your New Course: 4 Tips When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned

By Natasha Lavender / August 24, 2021 /

Kindra Hall talks to Dave Hollis about working toward your purpose, giving your emotions human names and the transition from five-year plans to making it through lunch.

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How to Create a Personal Financial Plan

How to Create a Personal Financial Plan

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 23, 2021 /

This quiet reflection time is essential to see things clearly and create the life you want for yourself, not just what society tells you is important.

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Grant Cardone: Embracing the Learned Habits of Successful Entrepreneurs

Grant Cardone: Embracing the Learned Habits of Successful Entrepreneurs

By Lydia Sweatt / August 20, 2021 /

Is it your goal to become a successful entrepreneur? Before you do, start building these three habits to make your dreams a reality.

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3 Secrets to Selling with Social Media

3 Secrets to Selling with Social Media

By Rory Vaden / August 18, 2021 /

We live in a world where our communities, and thus our potential customers, live perpetually at our fingertips. So how do we leverage that power and turn it into sales?

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Saying No to More: Why Giving Your Brain Space to Wander Improves Your Productivity

Saying No to More: Why Giving Your Brain Space to Wander Improves Your Productivity

By Natasha Lavender / August 17, 2021 /

Chief Storytelling Officer Kindra Hall talks to Juliet about what really counts as white space (put the phone down), why we’re so uncomfortable with appearing like we’re doing nothing, and how to make some white space in your day.

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Furthering Your Education on a Budget

Furthering Your Education on a Budget

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 16, 2021 /

The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that the average undergraduate tuition at public colleges during 2018-2019 was $18,383.00, all included (fees, tuition, housing, etc.) and $47,419.00 a year for private, nonprofit universities. With numbers like that, it seems unavoidable that most people will leave their undergraduate education with at least a few thousand dollars…

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