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The Mojo Radio Show is a high-quality Podcast 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. We interview todays leading lights in every area of our lives.... health, fitness, creativity, wellness, strategy, brand, performance, and management. If it’s helping us towards our dreams and a better life... we will cover it for you.

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This week's guest started his rise to fame on the hit tv show Masterchef Australia. He's now based in New York and doing amazing things. He is regularly featured on Good Morning America, ABC’s The Chew, and on The Food Network. He is the Chef and Co-Founder of his own restraint Charley St,. And he also has his own production kitchen, where he films videos and content for his Social Media and production network Dan Churchill has also hosted a show called Surfing the Menu on Discovery Channel and recently produced his own series Feast with Friends. He's written cookbooks like  Dude Food, and The Healthy Cook and he's also a Brand Ambassador for companies including QANTAS, Intel, Tourism Australia, Cobram Estate, and California Almonds. Dan is the first chef to be appointed Ambassador to sports clothing company Under Armour. But all this isn't the only reason Dan is joining us this week. With a social media audience of more than 10 million we also wanted to get inside his marketing head. Dan‘s a social media gun, and his channels on  Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and his Podcast, The Epic Table do some amazing numbers.   LINKS   Garrett McNamara world record wave https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74pnrYPozcU   Jaimal Yogis http://www.jaimalyogis.com   Saltwater Buddha | Coming of Age Surf Documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdShd1CgHws   Jaimal Ep 145 The Mojo Radio Show https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-145---jaimal-yogis.html   Giovanni Dienstmann https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-203-giovanni-dienstmann.html   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!” ― Hunter S. Thompson, The Proud Highway: Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman, 1955-1967  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jaimal Yogis, The Saltwater Buddha found himself in trouble, ran away to Hawaii to follow his lifelong dream of surfing, lived in a Buddhist monastery, then wanted to be a writer. Jaimal discovered more about himself and the world he lives in. His memoir, the best seller, The Saltwater Buddha has now been adapted into a film. Jaimal helps us find peace in an out of control distracted and overly busy world, taking lessons from Zen to show us how to better handle the chaos surrounding us. Jaimal is a bohemian, author, buddhist, monk, surfer, a runaway… how does he see his identity today? What has Jaimal learnt about his identity?  Jaimal shares the story of the samurai and the zen master and the difference between heaven and hell. How does Jaimal stay the path without drifting away with ego? Where do we find or build freedom of the mind and how can that be genuinely created? What is the most profound thing Jaimal has learnt about freedom? The story of the second arrow, and where has Jaimal employed the second arrow? Jaimal’s Dad was a military guy who did  yoga. How did his Dad meld that dichotomy? Jaimal's Dad came home one day and said I’m leaving. How well can Jaimal remember that day? How has Jaimal changed the language in his own mind when feeling fear? “Very sad, no problem” Where did that story originate and why does that statement mean so much to Jaimal? The poet Rumi “We are not a drop in the ocean. We are the ocean in a drop.” Why that resonates with Jaimal?   LINKS   Garrett McNamara world record wave https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74pnrYPozcU   Jaimal Yogis http://www.jaimalyogis.com   Saltwater Buddha | Coming of Age Surf Documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdShd1CgHws   Jaimal Ep 145 The Mojo Radio Show https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-145---jaimal-yogis.html   Giovanni Dienstmann https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-203-giovanni-dienstmann.html   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!” ― Hunter S. Thompson, The Proud Highway: Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman, 1955-1967  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bob Burg shares how a subtle shift in focus is not only a more fulfilling way of conducting business but the most financially profitable way as well. For 30 years he’s helped teams to more effectively communicate their value, sell at higher prices with less resistance, and grow their businesses based on endless referrals. The author of many books on sales, marketing and influence, his book The Go-Giver has sold almost 1 million copies. In the Go-Giver Series Bob explains that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people they serve.    When people ask Bob what he does, how does he like to reply? Why is it so hard for people to execute the Go Giver plan? Bob explains the sweet spot between a go giver and the go getter. Should we start with the mission for the company or the individual? At the age of 35 Bob realised he had some character traits that did not serve him. What were the traits? One trait Bob had to work on was gratitude. How does Bob do it today? How does Bob compartmentalise OCD in the middle of a keynote?  The baseball professional hitter is different to a hitter at bat. Why their identity is different. The greatest compliment the great Og Mandino could say to Bob as a man. Bob has sold almost a million copies of the Go Giver….why? What would Bob write as the 6th Law of Stratospheric Success? Bob gives us a pondering he's not written about or spoken publicly about that can add profound value. How does Bob reframe sales for those who do not like it?   LINKS   Bob Burg website https://burg.com   Bob Burg book www.TheGoGiver.com   The International OCD Foundation https://iocdf.org   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Franziska Iseli, a maverick entrepreneur and leading brand strategist, has a rebellious reputation for always wanting to do things differently. An eternal optimist, no challenge seems too big for Franziska. In 2013, she was named Young Entrepreneur of the Year for her innovation, creativity, and philanthropic work with Singularity U and the United Nations. We discuss her book "The Courage Map: 13 Principles for Living Boldly." When people ask Franziska what she does, how does she like to reply? The book starts with a letter addressed to courage. What is Franziska's thinking? If courage wrote back to Franziska, what would that letter say? Courage is a skill to be learnt. Why does Franziska believe it can be learnt? Do many of us misunderstand courage in it's most simplistic form? Is there a trigger Franziska calls upon when she knows she is going to need courage? Courage helps people stay true to themselves. When was Franziska not true to herself? Do you own your truth? How do you know if you own your truth? How has courage allowed Franziska to stay true to herself? Why do we not ask, "do you have a reason?" The phone call that changed the way Franziska looked at life forever What does Franziska wish she had the courage to say to her father? One strategy Franziska discovered that stops fear from pulling her into an emotional prison -- journaling. What ideologies about courage have Franziska changed in recent times? How Franziska sees fear as aliens Some stories can quash our courage and lead us to live in fear - did that happen to Franziska? What if there is only perfectly imperfect? Which of the 13 principles for living boldly is the most misunderstood? The next chapter, what would be the 14th principle? Freedom and creating a lifestyle around your work   LINKS   Franziska Iseli https://www.franziskaiseli.com   The Courage Map book https://www.franziskaiseli.com/thecouragemap/   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Maria Konnikova explores how our mind learns, drawing insight from both psychology and poker. Maria has a B.A. in psychology from Harvard and a PhD in psychology from Columbia University. The author of two New York Times bestsellers, "The Confidence Game" and "Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes," Maria writes about psychology and its application to real-life situations. We discuss Maria's new book, "The Biggest Bluff" and what life lessons we can take and apply from the game of poker.   When people ask Maria what she does, how does she like to reply? Her first introduction to the character of Sherlock Holmes by her father Maria got into poker to better understand the line between skill and chance. Where is that line? There's an idea in psychology called the locus of control. How does it work? Poker showed Maria's confidence issues. How did she fix them with poker? How have Maria's ideologies of psychology changed after her journey into poker? Maria explains speech play, playing with words. What is it? How does it work? Erik Seidel listened quietly and then told Maria one phrase: "Less certainty. More inquiry." The lesson from Sherlock Holmes "I both see and observe." How does Maria view failure today? 'Bird by bird' has become an inner mantra for Maria whenever she is feeling overwhelmed. The Gambler's Fallacy is the faulty idea that probability has a memory: you are "due" for a win. Was there a con artist Maria admired for their craft? We con ourselves. What did Maria learn? Intuition and how this is playing out in Maria's mind? What did poker show Maria that she had to unlearn?   LINKS   Maria Konnikova's Website https://www.mariakonnikova.com   Support Act delivering crisis relief services to artists, crew and music workers  https://supportact.org.au/about-support-act/   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Katie Kaps is the co-founder of HigherDOSE, a spa focused on next-level health and wellness therapies with 11 locations that attract celebrity clients, influencers, models, and athletes, including Michelle Williams and Leonard DiCaprio. Katie Kaps and HigherDOSE were featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Huffington Post and Vogue. This show is truly about creating a strong brand, the moving pieces we need to line up and how to think about and execute strong marketing. It's the thinking that is most interesting and not just the doing part. When people ask Katie what she does, how does she like to reply? Katie worked in the finance industry. What did she take from that period? Does Katie think that a generalist approach to sport helped her learning and development? DOSE is about upping the happy chemicals in the body. What are the happy chemicals? Higher Dose is very stylish. What is the thinking behind the actual physical design? How did Katie resolve partnership issues to maintain the company during rough periods? At dinner in 2012, Katie's mother asked her what she wanted out of life? Katie answered, "to feel euphoric." Katie launched Tough Mudder into International markets. Why do we seem to be embracing these sorts of events? Where does Katie think HigherDOSE is going in terms of product offering? Quarantine got Katie peeling back the layers. What she learned about what she really needs. Hot and cold therapy. What's the wellness benefit? Can someone do it at home with a shower? Katie's mum taught her to be independent. How did she do that?   LINKS Higher Dose https://higherdose.com   Dropkick Murphy's (Feat. Bruce Springsteen)  2020 Streaming outta Fenway  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9_QkXvkcMM   Powderfinger https://youtu.be/r_V5jNSYjAs   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
David Rendall, a speaker and leadership professor, has built a career helping us embrace what makes us unique. Working with Microsoft, AT&T and the US Air Force, David's mission is to raise productivity, engagement and inspire people to stop aiming for status quo and instead unleash their full potential by being true to themselves. The author of four books, including "The Freak Factor", David shares unconventional strategies to help us find more happiness, energy and fulfilment in our lives and relationships.   When people ask David what he does, how does he like to reply? In college, David had the nickname of The Freak. Why does the word resonate so well with him? The challenges David faced as a kid that led him to want to study psychology and find out more. David didn't trust himself as a student. What was the moment when he started to trust himself? Who was the first person who had him believe in his weaknesses? Our greatest weakness can be our greatest strength; how did David come to realise the dichotomy in this statement? The business world believes that if you have significant weakness, you are a liability, but David argues there is another way to view shortcomings. What approach should a leader take to "weakness and freakness" in a company? David's parents called him a motor mouth. How did he embrace what he formerly saw as a weakness to create his identity? People say "I can't focus" yet they can focus on socials or a game for an hour. How David has dealt with ADHD and how it came to be a strength? The Freak Factor; how can we find the sweet spot between finding your strengths and flaunting weaknesses? The courage required to execute this idea for a leader What ideology has David held about freakness that he has changed in the last year? What song inspires David to attack the status quo?   LINKS David Rendal's Website https://www.drendall.com   David Heinemeier Hansson - The Mojo Radio Show Ep 171  https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-171---david-heinemeier-hansson.html   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This show is about discomfort and the degrees of discomfort that lead to growth. Many of our guests speak of the profound impact discomfort can have on our lives. Kaley Chu, the author of "100 Lunches with Strangers," was a young shy Chinese girl who pushed herself to arrange 100 lunches with complete strangers. In finishing the challenge, Kaley realised her confidence had grown enormously, and the experience had transformed every single aspect of her life, all by getting get out of her comfort zone. When people ask Kaley what she does, how does she like to reply? Born and raised in Hong Kong, how did her background impact how she lived in Australia? How were the perceptions of herself holding her back? Kaley's identity was built on being Asian. How has Kaley changed her core identity as a result of the lunches? Did Kaley's parents influence her identity and beliefs? How did people's perception of Kaley change after a few lunches? How did Kaley handle the rejections? Did Kaley have resilience or determination in any other areas of her life? This project has given Kaley a new way of seeing herself and is now finding other ways to challenge herself. The lunches gave Kaley a sneak-peek into other peoples lives ... "is that what I want?"   Links   Kaley Chu www.kaleychu.com    Kaley's Life Mission: raise enough funds for one million cataract surgeries 'Gift of Sight' http://give.everydayhero.com/au/kaleychu  Never Too Far Down | You Can't Stop Us | Nike https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-t8qPldklc    The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kyle Maynard had a dream to be a professional athlete. Born with a condition called congenital amputation that left him without arms or legs, he never stopped pursuing his dream. He became a champion wrestler at State level, an MMA fighter, opened his CrossFit gym, and climbed some of the world's tallest mountains including Killamanjaro, becoming the first quadruple amputee to do it without assistance. This is a fantastic show about an inspirational guy who is challenging the excuses we tell ourselves.   SHOW NOTES When people ask Kyle what he does, how does he like to reply? His Dad was a military man; did this background have an impact on Kyle's character growing up? What does Kyle know about the day he was born when his parents discovered his condition? Did Kyle ever fall into the comparison trap growing up? What was his Mum's dialogue when he started to feel sorry for himself or started to compare? From a very early age, Kyle said no to prosthetics - why was that? Kyle's Grandmother said, "God doesn't make mistakes." How has that influenced his beliefs? From the book "God Made You Like This For A Reason." Has Kyle worked out the reason? Kyle lost his first 35 wrestling matches in a row before he won. How did that first win change his identity? What was the greatest fear he had to face with Mt Kilimanjaro? How Kyle carried the ashes of Corey Johnson to the top of Kilimanjaro at the request of his mother. "Your dreams could be a gateway to another dream; you could not have foreseen." Is that his journey? The 3 feet philosophy "not dead can't quit." If Kyle could meet with the great Marcus Aurelius and ask him a question, what would he ask? Kyle admires people who challenge assumptions. What is the last assumption he challenged? One of the few real treasures Kyle keeps is a bible from his grandparents. What's the real significance of that bible? What's the dialogue in his mind when he starts making excuses today? Does he ever think, "wait what I am doing, I'm the no excuses guy, and I'm making excuses?" Kyle became depressed when he started to do keynote speaking. How dark did it get? Bruce Lee - it's not the daily increase but the daily decrease, hack away the nonessentials. What is it about the Comanche people and even his Mum's ancestors the Cherokee people that fascinate him? Kyle would horse ride at his Uncle Matt's in Michigan. How has he adapted to communicate with the horse? His family taught him to never quit in the middle of a task once he starts. Did that play on his mind on Kilimanjaro? Excuses give us a reason to explain to other people why we are too weak to deal with a particular problem, regardless of the size or importance of the matter.   LINKS Kyle Maynard website http://kyle-maynard.com   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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...
One night defending himself Chris Wilson killed a man and was sentenced to life in prison with NO parole. His book "The Master Plan" is a memoir of a man who used hard work and a plan to turn a life sentence into a second chance. It's a journey of self-improvement, reading, working out, learning and even starting a business. Then he did the impossible. He convinced a judge to reduce his sentence and became a free man. Chris' story is a great story of redemption, change, study and being of true service.   When people ask Chris what he does, how does he like to reply? Chris never slept in his bed for fear of stray bullets coming through his window. A police officer beat his Mum unconscious when he was 14. How did this frame his view of police? How Chris loved books, and he loved the library as a kid. How did Chris end up in the Hickey School Maryland's long-term prison for juvenile offenders? His son, Darico, was born in June 1995. He still didn't change. Why? What does Chris recall about the night which changed his life? That one shot. What can Chris hear, and what can he see when asked about that moment? The strong default voice going through his head when he pulled the trigger. What was that voice saying, and why did he believe that voice? Solitary confinement. What does Chris remember the most of that confinement period? Everything is relative, even solitary confinement versus social isolation and the pandemic. When did Chris start to dream of a future? What happened that changed his mindset? Steve Edwards and how did he impact Chris in prison? Chris explains positive delusion Chris tells of the old identity of Chris versus today's Chris and what's changed? Chris didn't want to be known as a lifer, his crime or number 265 975. What's his Master Plan look like today, the actual physical layout, and how does he use it today? What is the philosophy behind our Master Plan? Chris shared his Master Plan with Judge Wood, his grandmother, and his lawyer. Is it important to share your Master Plan with others? The Book Crushers Chris gets out of prison at the age of 32. Did he fall into the comparison trap? What is his endgame? Why Chris sold the Corvette, something he dreamt of since a child? His invitation to the White House and being denied entry by the Secret Service at the White House gate. Does he carry any regrets? If Chris could ask his Mum a question today to help him reconcile the past, what would it be? Chris and Steve had a mural of the dung beetle on the wall. What does that represent? What does he fear today?   LINKS   Chris Wilson website http://chriswilson.biz   Chris Wilson Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chriswilsonbaltimore/   The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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 i...
Jesse Cole, the owner of Savannah Bananas Baseball Team, has welcomed over 1 million fans to his ballpark. The company won Organization, Entrepreneur and Business of the Year, plus 3 CPL Championships. The Savannah Bananas have sold out three straight seasons and have a waiting list in the thousands. Author of "Find Your Yellow Tux – How to Be Successful by Standing Out," Jesse's mantra is Whatever's Normal, Do the Exact Opposite. Amazingly valuable show.   How does Jesse like to reply when people ask, what do you do? How did Jesse come to spend $1.8 million to buy the Savannah Bananas in 2016? Savannah Banana's 90-year history of professional baseball heritage. How did they take to the showmanship? Jesse is ok with and almost seeks out criticism. How does he approach that? They sold their house, emptied their savings, slept on air mattresses. At that low point, what kept the relationship tight? People crave human interaction. Is a sense of true human interaction diminishing? Why do so many companies settle for what's normal? We settle for the status quo. The Lion King opens every game. What's the symbolism? What's a PFT (perfect fan testimonial)? How do we use a PFT? How does the coach bring a high-performance focus to baseball, but additionally an entertainment performance? The name of the company is "Fans First." Has Jesse named the company after his mission? How does Jesse implement that strategy of point of experience? Who is Jesse's alter ego? Alter ego is a part of you; it's not all of you. Who is Jesse Cole's alter ego away from the yellow tux? What belief system does Jesse switch off, when he puts on his yellow tux? Jesse was fearful of publishing his first blog. Why would the ultimate showman fear a blog? What doubts does Jesse still have of himself today? What's the Ideapoluzza Jesse will use with his team? Think time = innovation time. Where is his think time? Jesse pays his staff to read books and submit a book report. The philosophy Jesse has of "walking through the door." You wouldn't believe the mantra!   LINKS   Jesse Cole's Find Your Yellow Tux website https://findyouryellowtux.com     The Mojo Radio Show Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Don Mann, decorated combat veteran, speaker, and endurance athlete, wrote the bestseller "Inside SEAL Team Six: My Life and Missions with America's Elite Warriors." His new book "Reaching Beyond Boundaries: A Navy SEAL's Guide to Achieving Everything You've Ever Imagined" shares the secrets behind Don's inspiring and seemingly impossible tasks. We detail the lessons he learned from his SEAL training that we can apply to our daily lives to push beyond our internal borders, achieve our goals and conquer both micro and macro goals to make our dreams a reality. Don was known as Warrant Officer Manslaughter, Sweet Satan, Don Maniac, and Dr Death. Why? For more than 22 years he trained and worked out every single day. It was a big part of how Don defined himself. What parts of his SEAL identity is a part of him now, and what parts has he left in the teams? Don, at one point, was on a path to becoming a criminal or drug addict. What was the turning point? Climber Reinhold Messner had a process which was a main key to Don's success. How has Don adopted this process? Don visualised each night, but it was not as hard as he imagined. Don describes the "combat mindset." Don't quit! It's not that simple. Don breaks it down. Identifying the thin line between pushing yourself too far and crashing and burning. What's the point of giving it your all and going just too far? When Don was younger, he asked himself, "How am I going to become good at anything if when I start to feel a little uncomfortable, I just quit?" What does an After Action Review look like for Don today? Building trust in teams. There are two types of pain. Don describes those two types of pain. Learning to deal with pain by changing the focus. What's the replaceable process? Don's favourite leader was General Patton. Why? "Mission first" vs "Me first" As a retired SEAL Team Six member, Don describes the feeling he had when he heard Bin Laden had been shot? How does Don see the ageing process? What's his philosophy on age? Was there ever a boundary Don could not reach beyond? The dichotomy of ego. How do we navigate that?   LINKS   Don Mann's Website http://usfrogmann.com/   Don Mann's Book on Amazon https://amzn.to/38KvNgk   Don Mann on Facebook https://facebook.com/donmannnavyseal   Don Mann on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/don.d.mann/   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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...
Jeni Britton Bauer, an American ice cream maker, is an artisan ice cream pioneer. Jeni introduced a modern, ingredient-driven, innovative style of ice cream that's now widely copied across the world but never duplicated. Her cookbook "Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home" is a New York Times and WSJ bestseller. Jeni is the beating heart of the company and Chief Creative Officer, recognised by Fast Company as one of the most creative people in the business.   When people ask Jeni what she does, how does she like to reply? The scale of Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream Jeni has never had a personality that put limits on herself. Where does that come from? Why has Jeni always been unmanageable? How would Jeni manage Jeni? Jeni knew she was going to change ice cream in America and never told anyone. Was that important? Ice cream for Jeni is about a scent. How does that play out? What flavour or scent is reminiscent of Jeni's childhood? What fragrance is her grandmother, her granddad, love, her wedding day? Jeni thinks like a scientist. Is that a sort of identity Jeni embodies? Jeni has done or tried a load of things. Is Jeni a believer in being a generalist or a specialist? Jeni uses the term ice cream Jedi. What or who is an ice cream Jedi? Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams battled listeria. Jeni's creative mindset to the crisis. In a crisis, you can't see the colour or taste flavour. What did the team go through? What was the best thing her husband Charlie did during the crisis? What's it means to earn your teammates? Jeni is not one of those 'be in the moment' people. Jeni is either in the future vision or in the past? What's in the past? What part of the ice cream puzzle is she still challenged by? It's not just about innovating great new flavour combo's, it's also as much about the supplier. What flavour associates to the history of Jeni? Jeni's grandmother was an art teacher. What great lesson did her aunt teach her?   LINKS   Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams https://jenis.com   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steve Sims' day job is to make the impossible possible. His clients have wild dreams, and Steve makes them happen. Getting married by the Pope in the Vatican, being serenaded by Andrea Bocelli, and connecting with business moguls like Elon Musk and Sir Elton John are just a few of his many projects. The best selling author of "Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen," Steve shares his practical tips, techniques, and strategies to help us break down any obstacle and turn our dreams into reality. He's a sought-after consultant and has delivered keynotes at the Pentagon and Harvard - twice!   When people meet Steve and ask what does he do, how does he like to reply? The events that Steve runs cost a lot of money. Can any event be bought? Steve shares a special moment that did not cost a lot of money but was rich with meaning. Are wealthy clients immune to joy? Steve has a picture of himself and a Ferrari in his office. What's the photo mean? Steve has been through may identify changes in his working career. What's his identity today? When does Steve believe he became aware of who he was and who he was not? It takes zero effort to be you. How do you know who the real you is? Is there ever any stillness in Steve Sims world? "Perfection is in the imperfections!" Has Steve ever done the perfect event? How would Elton John describe the identity of Steve as a man? If heaven exists, what would Steve like God to say at the pearly gates?   LINKS   Steve Sims Website -  https://www.stevedsims.com   Blue Fishing on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Bluefishing-Art-Making-Things-Happen/dp/B0766215P6   Jen Pastiloff  EP 262 https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-262---jen-pastiloff.html   Todd Herman Ep 226 https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-226---todd-herman.html   The course – The Distillery - https://simsdistillery.com   Steve on Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/stevedsims/   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/stevedsims   Podcast – The Art of Making Things Happen - https://apple.co/2RHwCSM   The Book – Bluefishing – The Art of Making Things Happen - https://amzn.to/2xGrMZB   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out ...
Alan Stein Jr gives us strategies to improve company performance and develop a winning mindset. His book, "Raise Your Game" shows us exactly how to utilise the same strategies used by elite athletes to perform at a world-class level. He spent 15 years working with the world's highest-performing athletes and leading corporate giants like American Express, Pepsi, and Starbucks.   When people ask Alan what he does, how does he like to reply? Who was Alan Stein Snr? What’s a lesson from Alan Stein Snr that Alan Jnr lives by as a man? Alan's standard operating procedure is to be early. Why and where does this come from? Alan is super competitive with his kids. He never wants to lose. We discuss why? Does Alan have a notable failure? Alan explains the philosophy of “Next Play." Can Next Play get you in trouble? When you move on quickly, and others want to wallow on an issue. "Between stimulus and response, there is a space" - Victor Frankl. How can we bridge the gap? Kobe Bryant was known as Black Mamba. Do other players use an alter ego like Kobe? Self-awareness is an important starting point in Alan's book. How do I know I have it? What changes did Alan make to improve his ability to listen? Alan went through a divorce and spent time with a therapist. What was the most critical mental tool he used? The ideologies Alan held that have changed since publishing his book? What habit has separated Alan from the other guys? Alan has a hard time staying present. How has he attacked that breach? What are the unseen hours?   LINKS Alan Stein Jnr Website https://alansteinjr.com   Mat Best EP 242: The Army Ranger Who Never Takes Life Too Seriously https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-242-mat-best.html   Mat Best Music Clip https://bit.ly/2xgmY0o   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Patty McCord is a human resources consultant who for decades, was the chief talent officer at Netflix. Patty was the first hire by founder Reid Hastings and was influential in establishing the Netflix corporate culture of empowering employees and retaining those whose performance was excellent. We delve into how one of the most admired company cultures in the world was built, how it ran, what was accepted, and what was not. It’s an inside look into Netflix and the leaders who created it.   When people ask Patty what she does, how does she like to reply? Patty was a traditional HR person. How did she create an identity that would challenge the status quo and tradition? The mindset of an HR person takes on an engineers mindset Netflix was seeking first principle thinkers. Why? If Patty had her time again, would she focus on the culture of Netflix from day one? Reid Hastings described Netflix as a dysfunctional culture that turned into a high-performance culture. How did Patty know that the culture at Netflix was a great company culture? Did Netflix openly promote the mission outwardly and inwardly through the deck? What was Reid Hastings superpower? Ted Sirandos and Reid Hastings - what did Patty observe that made their relationship so successful? It’s not just about speaking radical honesty; it’s about hearing it. The term family versus team. What it’s like when two companies are slapped together. Can two companies come together to form one culture? Why was Reid Hastings known as the animal? How would Patty’s assistant describe her in three words?   LINKS Patty McCord's website http://pattymccord.com   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Charlie Gilkey, the author of Start Finishing, is an expert in how to get things done and most importantly, finishing projects. We are good at starting things, not great at seeing them through to an agreed outcome. So how do you start to finish what you started? Charlie's book Start Finishing presents a 9-step method for converting an idea into a project by addressing the challenges we will face and how to get the project on a reality-based schedule to completion.   When people ask Charlie what he does, how does he like to reply? Why is the name of his company Productive Flourishing? What makes a truly meaningful life for Charlie Gilkey? Charlie is described as having an unshakable calm. Where does that come from? With a military background as a logistics manager in Operation Iraqi Freedom, what did Charlie have in his own system? Looking back, what would Charlie say to his 24-year-old self? Has the theory of himself changed at all since writing his book? When Charlie accepted his identity as a creative person, how did that change his mission? Should we step into an identity as a finisher? Displace one thing to make room for something else Not every desire becomes a priority, but our deepest desires inform our priorities. Head trash always looks absurd when you state it directly because you see it for what it is. Why do we struggle with the things that will enhance our lives and bring fulfilment and richness? What has philosophy brought to his work today? Thrashing means you care about a project. What's thrashing, and why does it mean we care? What is a cold start routine? What is Charlie trying to say in this book?   LINKS Charlie Gilkey's website Productive Flourishing https://www.productiveflourishing.com     Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Daniel Rowles works on the client and agency side of digital marketing. A certified Google Squared trainer and lecturer, he works with both startups, and global brands like BBC, Sony, Tesco, Vodafone, Mercedes, L'Oreal and Warner Bros. David is the voice of the Digital Marketing Podcast, a top-ten business podcast in iTunes. Daniel has a practical approach to both the technical and business aspects of digital to make the best use of tools and technology. When do people ask Daniel what he does, how does he like to reply? Do many marketers not measure what they are doing so that no one knows that it actually isn't working? How should a digital marketer really be scored? What are the skills not being taught that a business leader should understand and learn about digital? Does ego get in the way of leaders making changes to their marketing? What's the latest in the content world in this cluttered competitive landscape? Does Daniel believe voice is the next frontier? What security issues should we be considering with voice? Are we going to become even further removed from true self-awareness by living in a digital world? Fake social accounts, what's the situation, and where is it going? Where LinkedIn is, and where it is going? Where are we failing to use LinkedIn? Is LinkedIn still the best network for B2B? What big traps do leaders fall into with LinkedIn? Have Daniel's ideals of podcasting changed in the last year? What's Daniel's philosophy on attention, focus, and discipline when working in digital? How does Daniel describe a true digital culture?   LINKS   Daniel Rowles https://www.targetinternet.com   Stairway to Heaven with Heart (Live at Kennedy Center Honors) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFxOaDeJmXk   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
US Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills was critically injured on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan by an IED (improvised explosive device). He lost portions of both legs and both arms. He is one of only five quadruple amputees from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan to survive his injuries. He hasn't just survived -- he has thrived. His message is to never quit, never give up. This is such an inspiring and uplifting story of grit, resilience, and being of service to others. When Travis meets someone for the first time, how does he like to reply? That day on patrol in 2012 when he put his 120 lb backpack on an IED. Travis discusses how he spent his 25th birthday. There was a moment when he said, "I quit".... but he didn't. Why? Is Travis a religious man? Did he ever think, why me, what's the plan? After the explosion, Travis said, "Leave me, save my guys." Did he think it was over for him? How was Travis even conscious after the explosion? The fire that coursed through his body, through his hands and legs that were not even there. Travis told people he would walk, but inside he was at war. What was the war inside his mind/body? What was the first thing he said to his wife after the explosion? Travis's wife, Kelsie, kept a journal. What was the most moving thing she wrote in her journal? Travis wanted to push his wife away. What was the moment where his mindset was all chips in? Travis learnt to walk again with his daughter, who was nine months old. Todd walked into his room and said something that changed his mindset towards the future. What did Todd say? The perceptions when Travis walks into a boardroom as a businessman. Is there ever a reaction? Travis decided to run a 5k race, and the inspiration he drew from the survivors of 9/11. Helping others was an important part of his therapy. Travis explains how it helped him. Is there a little character of Jesse James in Travis Mills? Does Travis know fear today? Game recognises game. What is the game he wants to be reflected in his son Dax?   LINKS Travis Mills website https://www.travismills.org   Top 10 Cowbell songs of all time https://ultimateclassicrock.com/cowbell-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show website 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.        See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ryan Munsey is the host of The Better Human Project podcast and author of "F*ck Your Feelings." He is a high-performance consultant and thought leader in wellness who is on a quest to find the tools we need to elevate our life. Logan Gelbrich, the owner of Deuce Gym in LA, is a former pro baseball player, coach, writer and modern-day philosopher. Logan's book "Going Right" helps us to discover how we can push our development by exposing ourselves to opposing viewpoints, insuring against mediocrity and breaking from dogma and status quo. These guys talk about how to find and #HOLDTHESTANDARD.   Ryan shares his impressions of his friend Logan. How would Logan describe Ryan and what he does? Logan's identity around owning a successful gym. Does that identity make it hard to have people embrace his thoughts? Ryan explains his identity when modelling and how he felt dissatisfaction with how he perceived himself. Logan discusses the influence of identities and stereotypes Logan's psychology behind dealing with extroversion when he is so introverted Ryan and Logan detail how we are in a race to consume. How do we curate and then disseminate learnings to help others? Roland Lassenby gave Ryan advise - Become the conduit for the people who seek information in your field. Ryan shares his idea behind the phases we live through - create phase, consume phase, contribute phase What phase is Logan in now? Ryan and Logan discuss the relationship we should have with satisfaction and when being satisfied is the enemy   LINKS   Ryan Munsey https://ryanmunsey.com   Logan Gelbrich http://www.deucegym.com/coaches/   Bushfire graphic representation of the 2019/2020 fires in Australia https://ab.co/32Bp1HE   Iva Davies on The Mojo Radio Show EP 103 https://www.themojoradioshow.com/ep-103---iva-davies.html   Dave Asprey grounding https://bit.ly/38wGQsI    The Mojo Radio Show website 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!”. Hunter S Thompson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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M Fawls

Really interesting...and I learned some new words/terms. I just don't have any UK friends around anymore to use them on.

Jan 28th
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