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The Mojo Radio Show is a high quality radio show that helps you get your mojo working in and out of the workplace. This highly produced weekly podcast features special guests, features, reviews and information designed to provide tips and tools to get your mojo working. It's an entertaining, engaging and educational radio show for the business professional.
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Dov Baron is an independent leadership advisor to the UN and has been featured on Oprah, Ellen, CNN, Fox, CBS, Larry King, NY Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Born in a ghetto in northern England - alcohol, addiction, and violence surrounded Dov. As a best-selling author and one of Inc. Magazine's Top 100 Leadership Speakers, Dov works with companies all over the globe to develop purpose-driven leadership and cultural strategies using his unique approach to leadership.     When people ask Dov what he does, how does he like to reply? Gallup engagement says only 24% of people are engaged in their work - why? A purpose-focused organisation is built around a leader who eats, sleeps, and breathes their purpose Is it the owner/leaders job to create the purpose? True leaders show real vulnerability. We discuss an example of how that manifests itself in the work environment. Dov’s hierarchy of who he serves, and why his wife is 5th on the list? Dov left his wife and 2-year-old daughter and moved countries. How did he reconcile with his daughter? To lead others, first, we must lead ourselves. Are we not leading ourselves? Dov does not like other peoples rules. What are some of his rules to live by? Is there a role for dissension in his process? How has Dov's ideals of leadership changed in the last few years? What’s a personal rule Dov, has recently changed that has had a profound impact on him as a man? While free climbing Dov had a bad accident and it did not change his life. Why? What’s a choice point? How do we stay the course? Has Dov written his eulogy   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”  Hunter S Thompson   LINKS   Dov Baron https://fullmontyleadership.com   Framing the Red - Welcome to the Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YELCcOzaM6Y   Enter Sandman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXm8JdC4k4c   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”    Grit, resilience, determination, strength, mentally strong, winning , mojo, innovation, creativity, life, learning, books, self development, business, strategy, marketing, management, health, wellness , vitality, attitude, mindset. psychology, focus, deep work, music, brand, marketing, promotion, personal development , growth mindset, networking, employment, rituals, routines, ideas, marathon, identity, courage, company culture, wisdom, wizard, alter ego, journals, journalling, depression, anxiety, legacy, mana.
Chris McChesney is a recognised world leader on business execution and a Wall Street Journal best-selling author. Execution is about setting the right focused goals and then making them happen. Without execution, a brilliant strategy is nothing more than a plan that will never see the light of day. Chris shares key insights on how to create an execution culture and a team motivated to get the right stuff done to win big. Learn to develop your plans and the critical steps to do it! LINKS Chris McChesney company website https://www.franklincovey.com   Chris McChesney speaking website https://www.chrismcchesney4dx.com   Chris McChesney on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/mcchesney4dx/   Avocado article https://bit.ly/2ZrLrg8   Riston Ingram song Getting it Done https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn50EZLl2ncOwNXJr_UF7YA   Colt Ford  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAfc6i63OY0   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Mat Best is a former U.S. Army Ranger who was deployed five times to Iraq & Afghanistan. Mat created his first YouTube video in 2012, and now his social media presence has accumulated to more than 3 million subscribers with hundreds of millions of views. Mat is the co-founder of three successful businesses: Black Rifle Coffee, Leadslingers Whiskey, and Article 15 Clothing. He co-produced the independent feature film Range 15, and last week hit the NYTimes bestseller list with his new book, Thank You For My Service. Here's what we cover with Mat in this informative yet very entertaining interview.   When people ask Mat what he does, how does he like to reply? What did Mat learn about himself by writing the book? Ryan Munsey said he always asks himself, "what is the author trying to say?" What was Mat trying to say? For who is the book written? Does Mat remember first thinking he would use humour to not take life too seriously? How did Mat feel inside when he heard his brother had cancer? What’s Gallows Humour? In a fire fight when the action is over, the adrenaline dump takes hold of you. How did Mat deal with that adrenaline dump? Mat was obsessed with the act of war. What was that addiction? Did the experience of war ever sit deep in his soul waiting to come to the surface? The moment when two buddies were severely injured, and Matt comes to understand true brotherhood. Has Mat found that same feeling outside of the military? At Arlington Cemetery Mat, buried Brem and Baraza. What values does he take from the memory of these two heroes? Is Mat the sort of guy who has a vision of what he wants to do next? With his light-hearted approach to situations, life, and leadership roles, where is the sweet spot? With Mat’s carefree black humour approach to life, did he ever find he had a hard time taking orders or respecting command? Does boredom fuel his creativity… video, movies, coffee, merchandise design, books? What is Mat’s work ethic like today? Focus, discipline, planning? From the age of 17 to 23, Mat was a Ranger, that was his identity. What's his identity today? The mission behind BRCC? Can we create true camaraderie in our companies that give us the same camaraderie Mat had in the military? How has he embedded the mission through every level of the company? Many people misrepresent what military culture is all about. What is it about? Mat is fourth-generation military; did he feel any pressure with that legacy? If Mat had another go after leaving the military, how would he approach it? How would he course correct? Black Hawk Down, what was it about that film, a scene, a moment that resonated for Mat?   LINKS   Mat Best at Black Rifle Coffee Company https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/pages/mat-best-1   Mat on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mat_best_official/?hl=en   Mat’s book "Thank You for My Service”. www.thankyouformyservice.com   Mat on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCre2GibO9Vdb3C59VzDsFxQ   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Lauren Zander is determined to help us get exactly what we want out of life. She is the best-selling author of, "Maybe It's You. Cut The Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life." Lauren works with professors, politicians, artists, Fortune 500 CEO's and celebrities to help them create real actionable change and achieve more. Lauren's straight-up style of coaching helps us face what's holding us back from true happiness, and most importantly, to own it. We dive deep into Lauren's no-bullshit style of coaching, discussing the most common problems people come to her with, and why lying is the worst thing you can do to yourself.    What’s the most significant modern-day challenge Lauren’s clients face each day? Lauren's tweet "To have true love, you have to tell the TRUTH." Why? People think the puppet show in their head is right. Lauren describes the puppet show and how we can audit our narrative? Lauren carries the lineage of being betrayed in business. Why does Lauren still carry that story? Are 'treading on eggshells' conversations sending the wrong message to children of the future? What has Lauren gotten wrong with her coaching, and what was the lesson? Lauren talks about an area of her life where she still doubts herself. Does Lauren believe in being a generalist or a specialist? "I wish I was” what’s the psychology behind this statement? ACDC wrote that there is a Highway to Hell - is there always a road out of hell? How do I know I like myself?   LINKS   Lauren Handel Zander https://www.handelgroup.com/lauren-zander/   Lauren Handel Zander http://www.maybeitsyou.com   Lauren On The Web: HGLife.Coach Facebook.com/HGLifeCoaching On Instagram @handelgroup   Lauren’s Book "Maybe It’s You" Maybe It's You: Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life.   Dos Equis on Youtube - The Most Interesting Men in Podcasting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U18VkI0uDxE   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Rob Sparreboom was an international banker in Amsterdam, and like many executives, he was burnt out. He quit, moved countries, and set up an online business. He adopted the Tim Ferriss 4-Hour principles to take control of his health and wellness, and to enjoy life by his design with his girlfriend. Today he helps people change the beliefs that are holding them back and find the courage to take that step. It's a dream shared by many; however, it is not easy, and it has its challenges. To this day Rob deals with the dark side of the idealistic lifestyle posted by many. When people ask Rob what he does, how does he like to reply? Rob had a corporate gig and burnt out. What does that feel like, how do you know you have burnt out? What were Rob's greatest fears when thinking of making a change? How did Rob change his lifestyle? What does a day/week look like for Rob now? How did Rob have to change his relationship with money? Did Rob discover you do not need as much as you thought to create your freedom? Rob discusses the demons that keep him awake and how he deals with that and self-doubt? The comparison trap of comparing where you are with others and what they have What's Rob's approach to trust when he is so dependent upon others for income and support? What was the most significant mindset change Rob had to make? How has the measure of success for Rob and his family changed? As a coach working with people, how does Rob know when he's successful? How does Rob curate his learnings to master a skill? What does the word balance mean to Rob today? If Rob was to start over in this part of his journey, what would he do differently?   LINKS   Rob Sparreboom Walk the Talk https://walkthetalk.life   Rob Sparreboom at Zenerife https://www.zenerife.com   Chris Kloffman Americas Got Talent https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVO8gjn3dFg   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”   
Ben Baker - author, keynote speaker, and consultant - helps develop stories for clients in compelling ways. Every brand (personal or company) needs a unique story that should engage their audience, draw them in, and help them understand the value of the brand. Ben’s job is to help us find that story and tell it in ways that are compelling, authentic, and memorable. In this show, we cover the essential characteristics of a great marketer and how we, as a brand, can use our story to stand out. Here's what we cover.    When people ask Ben what he does, how does he like to reply? Are comparisons and our easy access into the world of other people putting pressure on today's worker? “Who I am as a person, and who you are as a person, should not be determined by the things in our lives.” For many, do things define their brand? What does the future look like for personal branding? "Why fit in if you were born to stand out," Dr Suess. Is it getting harder to swim against the current and stand out? Growing up, Ben was expected to sit at the table and converse with the friends of his parents. Why does he believe this is valuable? Why do we continuously get disappointed by companies and salespeople who don’t truly listen? What does history tell us about what is likely to happen in the future? What are the key characteristics of a great marketer? How does Ben record his learnings from books, podcasts, blogs, video? Why does Ben choose articles to read more than books? What is Ben still trying to discover about his brand? What is Ben most nervous about today? Was there a moment in time when Ben trusted his voice? When targeting your perfect customer, it’s about focussing on champions. Ben describes a champion. When did Ben last say no? Ben was in a Mastermind, how does that work, what’s the format? How can our mistakes build trust?       LINKS   Ben Baker https://yourbrandmarketing.com/speaking/   History Jonny Ive Look at History YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEW4D_CERkE   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Akshay Nanavati is a U.S Marine veteran, speaker, entrepreneur, author and ultra-runner. He overcame many of life's most difficult challenges and discovered that adversity is one of our greatest gifts. He developed FEARVANA a philosophy that teaches us to find bliss through engaging in fear and pursuit of "worthy struggles." Akshay has pushed his limits in the most hostile, and awe-inspiring environments on the planet - he once dragged a 190-pound sled across the second largest icecap in the world in temps below -40 degrees. He's a guy who puts the rubber on the ice-covered road. If fear, adversity, or hard times are keeping you from having the life you want, then this show may be just what you need.   When people ask Akshay what he does, how does he like to reply? At what point did Akshay first become conscious of Fearvana? We explain PTSD. What is a day like when you are going through PTSD? Akshay was diagnosed with PTSD, but he didn't have it. A sign on his wall, a photo of a teammate. What was written on that wall originally and what did he change it to? Why is it about guilt that drives Akshay but hinders most others. How does he make it his ally? In 2007 Akshay deployed to Iraq to walk in front of vehicle convoys to find IED's. What was he saying to himself in that danger? Akshay thrives in adversity - why is that? What was the exact moment when Akshay felt the beauty in adversity? How did Akshay come to grips with the fact that going into the Marines and then becoming an addict must have crippled his parents with worry? Did Akshay feel he had had something to prove to his father? How has Akshay reframed fear? When giving a wedding speech or having a difficult conversation, how does Akshay coach people to reframe fear? Akshay likes to label emotions. "Could I do that?" - how do we confront this in our mind? Akshay ran 80 miles running a .2 mile loop. We discuss the demons he faced during that run. Even with the success of his book & his events, Akshay still faces the Imposter Syndrome, how he deals with it? How does Akshay see ego? What's the second Dart? Black Hawk Down, that movie started it all for Akshay. Why? When he watches it now, what comes to mind? Did Akshay believe he was worthy? Did he carry a degree of self-worth back in the day? What's the sweet spot between ownership and beating yourself up. Can we navigate that place? Akshay said spirituality would guide him, but at times it misguided him, how is he sure it will guide him right today? Akshay watches war movies before bed, what's his take on the psychology behind that? Does he ever switch off? How?   LINKS Akshay Nanavati website www.fearvana.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Cameron Schwab became the youngest CEO ever in the Australian Football League when he joined Richmond in 1988. He spent 25 years of his career as a CEO of three different clubs, and there was one thing in common across the board: the clubs were all at their lowest ebb, uncompetitive on the field, and facing massive financial challenges. He now takes his deep experience in leadership in sport and business to mentoring CEOs and senior leaders to build high levels of cultural and strategic direction.  When someone meets Cameron and asks what he does, how does he like to reply? What's the most critical question a corporate leader can ask themselves? Has Cameron learnt a process for the debrief after a business win or loss? It is not a competition of teams; it's a competition of systems. What is the system? The CEO should be the best person to read the play; how do we build that skill?  How did Cameron go about creating a shared team ethos from the field to the office?  How did Cameron deal with the dark times when sacked as a CEO of Melbourne? The power of vulnerability. Allan Jeans said to Cameron, "find something." What did Cameron find?  What does Cameron write at the top of his journal each day?  What would Cameron say to himself as a young CEO at Richmond back in 1988? One of Cameron's favourite quotes is by author David Whyte, "If your eyes are tired, the world looks tired also." What is the essential characteristic Cameron would look for in a recruit, and how would he establish they have it? Read an hour a day, write an hour a day, train an hour a day.     LINKS Cameron Schwab https://www.designceo.com.au   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Zach Bush, MD, is one of the most compelling medical minds of our day. He is working to improve our understanding of human and environmental health. Zach will leave you rethinking not only how you eat and live, but what it means to be a conscious consumer. A pioneer in the science of well-being, Zach is one of the only triple board-certified US physicians - in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism. What distinguishes Zach from his peers is his deep understanding of the interdependence of macrocosm and microcosm and the relationship between intensive farming practices and the rise of soil degradation and chronic disease. His vision is for a more integrated and holistic approach to physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.    Zach is slowly deconstructing his education and reconstructing his understanding through the lens of human experience. What does that mean? Zach speaks to groups of school students with the hope they leave with a plan for the next 30 years. An alarming statistic: we are losing the ability to procreate with 1 in 4 women having fertility issues. What did we humans do in the 1990s that turned all of this chronic disease on? The microbiome is the buildings blocks of human health. What are we doing to our microbiome? Zach's hypothesis that by rebuilding or replacing the microbiome in our bodies, we could, in fact, cure cancer. Let soils be thy medicine a take on "food as medicine" the philosophy of Hippocrates. What's Glysophate doing to the microbiome of our soils? As a species, are we seeing rapid aging? It's interesting when you trace the history of Monsanto and their mission "designed to kill life." There is growing evidence that can link Glysophate with gluten intolerance. What are we finding? Is the consumer driving the bus to make a change? Farmers don't want to be that guy that's not doing what every other farmer does. Farmers have the highest rate of suicide than any group in the US. They're going to be the generation that failed; they lost the farm! One night in the ICU, Zach and his team brought three people back to life. What did he learn about life?   LINKS   Dr. Zack Bush's website https://zachbushmd.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
Society's definition of success - an impressive career, status, and wealth - can be a hollow victory. Yu Dan Shi knows this all too well. Yu Dan Shi started from a childhood in an impoverished town in China and spent many years chasing endless goals and the appearance of success. It came at a substantial personal cost: a punishing workload while raising a family, a daily battle devoid of meaning, failing health and misery. Yu Dan Shi explores the conflict faced by high achievers and guides us through practical steps to make real and sustainable changes to our lives to bring us fulfilment. When people ask Yu Dan what she does, how does Yu Dan like to reply? Born in an impoverished village in China, what was the dream? How much of Yu Dan's dream was driven by the expectation of her parents? Yu Dan was miserable, but that made her work harder. What part of us says to ignore the misery? How did Yu Dan break the addiction to relentless ambition? Yu Dan had a perfect life, ticked every box, but which box did Yu Dan not tick? When Yu Dan got sick in 2008, she had a conversation with herself and said she felt regret. What did she regret? How did Yu Dan measure success back then? The illness was caused entirely by internal stress. Did Yu Dan know she was suffering from chronic stress? How do you know if you are honest with yourself? What was the reaction from her parents when she made a change? How does Yu Dan keep from falling into the comparison trap? What gives us true career fulfilment? How does Yu Dan describe her identity today? What identity does she want to impart on her children? Should we be generalists or specialists? Where does Yu Dan get her external validation today?  What's the ambition condition? What steps can a listener take to find their inner strengths? What advice would have Yu Dan given herself ten years ago? What brings Yu Dan pride today?     LINKS   Yu Dan Shi website https://www.yudanshi.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!” 
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