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Author: Clinton Kehr

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The Liminal One Project is a weekly podcast that provides applicable knowledge and skills for leading and managing change. It explores the ways in which people and organization can improve to meet maximum efficiency and happiness. New episodes released every Wednesday.
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In episode 56, we take a look at self growth. We all grow from an infant stage and eventually, we start to grow old. Along the way, we have ample opportunity to grow mentally, personally, spiritually, and emotionally. Don't waste time in non-sense daily activities, when you have the ability to reach your goals and full potential by focusing on growth opportunities. There are many avenues of learning and development (gaining knowledge), and when combined has extraordinary outcomes. 
The Most Valuable Resource

The Most Valuable Resource

2019-05-1500:20:55

Episode 55 focuses on the most valuable asset for all humans; time. It's the why business pay us to work, and yet when we need to pay ourselves, it seems to be the biggest struggle for most people. We need to turn our attention to understanding the value of this resource and that we never know when it will expire. When looking at time through this lens, we start to realize that we are wasting a lot of it. To focus on effectively maximizing the value, you can audit your time, sent limits to activities, prioritize, and understand the cost of what your time is worth. Focus on your time, and your goals will come to life. 
The Spirit of Change

The Spirit of Change

2019-05-0800:18:29

Do you have the Spirit of Change? Welcome to Session 2, where we start off our conversation surrounding what it take to create impactful change in your life. There are many sets of D's - three of which I find that build that fire in your belly, the Spirit of Change. Dedication, finding the passion. Determination, your purpose and why. And Discipline, set your own rules. Follow these 3 D's to create success in your life and build your Spirit of Change. You do have it. 
A Year in Review - Part 2

A Year in Review - Part 2

2019-05-0100:11:49

Part 2, I complete the self-interview and talk about the future of this podcast.  Questions Answered, in no particular order: 1. What has been your favorite topic and why? 2. What has surprised you about the world of podcasting? 3. When do your best ideas for topics come to you? 4. What are some tips for instilling winning habits? 5. What motivated you to start your podcast? 6. What are you long term goals...how do you see the podcast evolving? 7. In talking about change for a year, what is the one change you had that you weren't expecting?
A Year in Review - Part 1

A Year in Review - Part 1

2019-05-0100:17:58

In Part 1, I spend time reviewing what I learned over the last year running a podcast. I talk about commitment and answer audience questions. Part 2, I complete the self-interview and talk about the future of this podcast.  Questions Answered, in no particular order: 1. What has been your favorite topic and why? 2. What has surprised you about the world of podcasting? 3. When do your best ideas for topics come to you? 4. What are some tips for instilling winning habits? 5. What motivated you to start your podcast? 6. What are you long term goals...how do you see the podcast evolving? 7. In talking about change for a year, what is the one change you had that you weren't expecting?  
Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

2019-04-2400:18:00

Mastermind groups have been around for ages, with the concept starting in Napoleon Hill's book, The Law of Success published in 1937. The week, we touch on the benefits of a mastermind group, the general components, and how these groups can bring successful change and positive impact to your life or business. Tune-in to hear about trust, commitment, goals, facilitation, and many additional attributes. I include some simple ways to formulate your own or find one a group that meets your needs. It is peer-to-peer mentoring. 
In this episode, we interview Carmen Miller. Carmen is a unique individual, always bringing positivity to all situations. I spent close to three years working next to her on a multitude of different projects. As we became close colleagues, I learned that tragedy can impact us at any point, when we least expect it, but what you do with that tragedy and how you view that tragedy, is what sets people apart. Listen in, as Carmen tells her story, and talks about how change has successfully impact her life. Note: her plug at the end are her words, thank you, and thank you for the interview. 
Goal Struggle

Goal Struggle

2019-04-1000:13:09

Please note this is episode is unedited, due to a family issue that took precedent.  Session 49, Goal Struggle talks about everyone's struggle with goals throughout life. Not all goals, but some goals we set are more difficult than others, maybe because they are life-changing or life-style changes.  Due to external influences and planning the marco, we have to remember these goals take time, they don't change overnight. Remember that we can change, we can succeed, we can accomplish the goals that we set forth, and overcome goal struggle. 
This week we discuss the importance of a personal mission statement, aspiration and future vision, and the easy way to set goals. Personal Mission equates to purpose. Vision, ask yourself where you see yourself today and in the future. And how to easily set goals by asking all of the "W" and how question. I go over examples, and include some of the vision planning that I conducted a year ago, where I am today. I am working today on my visions through my goals that I set yearly. Where are you today? Where do you want to be in 3-5 years? Life is a journey, a life of positive change. 
In this episode, we discuss personal culture. Culture is about values, beliefs, norms, behavior of a group, but for you...it's about creating an environment of like-minded people that will create and motivate you to success. As we change over our lives, our cultures will change, we will value different things, believe in different ideas; likewise, we must find the people who are most alike us (motivated, hard-workers, laid-back, health nuts, organized, etc.) that will help us live our best designed life. 
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