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Welcome to The Grow2Gether Podcast. This podcast is a mix of all of our content here at Grow2Gether so you can continue to listen on the go! On this podcast, you'll find a mixture of interviews with our community members, our 'Redefine Your 20's' series which is where we have conversations with young inspirational people, who have done things differently during their 20's, and bite-sized episodes packed with tips, and practical advice so we can all grow together and accomplish the ultimate goal, a better version of ourselves!
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In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we share why we are hitting the pause button throughout August, and the importance reflection plays in moving forward. We also share more about our mission and north star and how us hitting the pause button will kickstart more growth towards accomplishing it. Some takeaways from this episode: Reflection is an important process for seeing what's working, what's not working, and what you can do differently. What it means to create a conscious personal growth world, and why we believe this is important. Sometimes hitting the pause button is necessary for growth. Plus, much much more! Links and mentions from this episode: Connect with us via Instagram Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
This episode of The Grow2Gether Podcast is taken from our Redefine Your 20s series, where we're joined by Alex Parker who was kicked out of school at 15, had 8 low paid jobs and got fired from 3. After focusing on learning about personal development, meditation, spirituality, and business he is now an SMMA owner specializing in dentistry.  Some takeaways from this episode: Proximity is everything. If you're close to toxic people, you'll absorb it. Don't chase the popularity contest, it will damage your mental health if you aren't careful and is the main reason why social media is seen as bad. Alex mentioned many books to support your personal development and productivity journey. The compound effect - focus on improving  5% and overtime you will see yourself become a different person. Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Alex on Facebook Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Check out our merch range here Connect with us on Instagram Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
This episode of The Grow2Gether Podcast is taken from our Redefine Your 20s series, where we're joined by Taylor Victoria who is a party goer turned podcaster, speaker, and transformation coach.     Some takeaways from this episode: If you are a regular party-goer, it might be a good idea to step back and identify your reasons for doing so. Taylor discussed her reason which was escapism. When she realized this she took back control and started to work towards living her best life.  Taylor thinks the main thing we could do right now is to start sharing content and stop caring about what others think. The education system needs to change, young people need to be educated on handling emotions and having the right mindset. There are 4 questions that can help you find your purpose: What do you love? What can you get paid for?  What does the world need more of?  Important links and mentions from this episode: Check out Taylor's podcast The Millennial Business Podcast here Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Check out our merch range here Connect with us on Instagram Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by  Wouter Manders and Presence Tse. Wouter Manders is a YouTuber and life coach with the mission to elevate human happiness and help people overcome depression and gain confidence. Presence is a podcaster, student, and aspiring life coach and entrepreneur. Some takeaways from this episode: Changing your life starts with changing your mindset and self-talk, even if it feels unnatural in the beginning if you stay consistent it can change your life in the long term There will never be a right time to take action if you want to change you need to learn and take action as soon as possible. Stop overthinking, overcome self-doubt and just take action  The J curve is a process many people experience. From the decline to rock bottom and back to the top - personal development is what helps you break through the abyss  Having a supportive network and community can be powerful, social media is not all evil and you can find your tribe if you stop being afraid and start sharing your passion and interest to the word, people like-minded will come to you! Plus, much much more! Links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Wouter Manders Connect with Presence Tse Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Emily Majury, she is the Founder of Emily Majury Wellness; a company that believes in a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. She works with individuals in the capacity of a Personal Trainer and a Personal Development Coach. Her passion for coaching came from her realization that people have so much potential they are not using because they are trapped in the constraints of society; this is exactly how she used to feel. She devotes herself to helping others become the best version of themselves and for them to live their best life.   Some takeaways from this episode: If you, at any point, have a feeling that you want to be doing something and you're not doing it, take the chance, take the risk, have the confidence and belief in yourself to try it, because if you don't. You'll regret it. The biggest thing that can happen is you fail, you learn something new, and then you go back to what you were doing before. So don't wait to make changes, do it now. Identifying your values is crucial to understand what direction you want to move towards. Mindset and personal development should be taught more about in schools, we don't want to wait until we are 30s to wake up and realize the importance of self-development and self-reflection Personal development can be found within health and fitness, it's important to realize that exercise isn't just training your body but also your mind. Plus, much much more! Links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Emily Majury Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Babs Giwa who is a podcaster and content creator.  Babs is passionate about helping people develop confidence and inspire them to live their best life and get out of their comfort zone. Some takeaways from this episode: How seeking and learning from mentors can rapidly improve your life. How Bab developed confidence while struggling to communicate effectively, The importance of networking. How to improve your mindset. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow Babs on Instagram for Your Daily Does on Inspiration Check out Babs' Podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Jay Mckeague who is a Growth Mindset Coach for parents and children. Jay who is passionate about changing the education system to focus more on personal growth principles. helps parents and children to adopt a growth mindset so they can live their best lives. Some takeaways from this episode: No matter who you are, or where you're from it's important to seek out long term sustainable solutions that often come from within that can help to adopt more of a growth mindset. Always do what's right for you and for your family even if it goes against the norm. The stone method is a great practice that anyone can use to regain focus on the now. It's extremely powerful for children. Don't believe everything that you think. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow Jay on Instagram for growth mindset tips Check out Jay's YouTube channel Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
This episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, is a little different as we're not joined by a guest but instead, I, Luke Burrows take over and share my story and journey to founding Grow2Gether, the why behind doing so and our plans for the future. Creating Grow2Gether is extremely linked to my story of going from an anxious, depressed but ambitious 18-year-old kid to a 22-year-old, at the time of creating Grow2Gether and now a 24-year-old guy who's optimistic, confident, positive, and on the path to living his purpose!  Some takeaways from this episode: We all face dark moments in our lives, and when we do so we believe that they are going to last forever. They don't, especially when you take action to overcome them! If we aren't doing what we love, and something bigger than ourselves, then what are we doing here? Once you start your personal growth journey, there is NO going back. It becomes a way of life. Discovering your why in life, and north star gives you purpose, meaning, and direction. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow me on Instagram Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform             Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Anna Wasag who is an Online Fitness and Mindset Coach that focuses on helping busy professionals both women and men feel and look stronger through building healthy habits and keeping them accountable! Anna believes anyone can find their strength if they just keep going and never give up and shares the journey of developing this mindset and how fitness has changed her life. Some takeaways from this episode: We all have one life to live, so if you really want to do something you should do it. Fitness and health aren't all about looks, it's about becoming and growing into the person that you want to be at your core. In whatever you do, but especially fitness and business finding your why and that being the driving force behind everything that you do is so important for long term growth. No one else but ourselves is responsible for the way that we think and awareness and responsibility are the two first steps to change. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow Anna on Instagram Learn more about Anna's work Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform           Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Manny Blue who is a Personal Financial Coach, Philanthropist, Visionary, and Entrepreneur. Manny Blue got a taste of entrepreneurship at a young age selling his unwanted toys to his friends at school. As a teenager he pursued a career in music during which time he traveled nationally and Internationally on tours and promoting his music. Manny now dedicates his time to helping families understand the importance of financial education and securing their financial future which is something close to his heart, as 5 years ago he nearly "lost it all" and is now passionate about sharing the information he got his hands on and learned with others. Some takeaways from this episode: Using and building credit is a key part of financial education but most people don't know how to use credit to their advantage and leverage it. Instead, they use credit to buy dumb stuff and splash out on every given sale - like Black Friday. Self-confidence and money are linked and this is why most people find it hard to talk about money because they don't have self-confidence and feel like money defines them. One of the greatest things the next generation can do is to seek education and knowledge outside of the state/traditional education system as there are a lot of things that you can learn like financial education which they don't teach you at school. There's never going to be a "right time" to do something whether that 's to start a new venture, go traveling, or start securing your financial future. Sometimes you just have to pull the trigger and just do it. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow Manny on Instagram Learn more about Blue Legacy Capital Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform         Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Nathan Hirsch, Serial Entrepreneur and expert in remote hiring and eCommerce. Nathan co-founded FreeeUp.com in 2015 and through hard work and dedication was able to scale his business to $12M per year in revenue, before selling it in 2019. Today, Nathan is the co-founder of OutsourceSchool, a company working to educate entrepreneurs on how to effectively hire and scale with virtual assistants through in-depth courses. Nathan has appeared on 300+ podcasts, is a social media personality, and loves sharing advice on scaling remote businesses. During this episode, we dive into Nathan's entrepreneurial journey and how he was able to scale his businesses through the use of VA's. Some takeaways from this episode: There isn't a right or a wrong path to being an entrepreneur and building a team. Most of entrepreneurship is trying new things and through trial and error finding out what works for you and doubling down on that. It's easier to build a business when you're younger as you don't have as many responsibilities as a house, kids, or any other of the traditional responsibilities that may stop you from building a business so you're able to take more calculated risks. Building a business around the use of a team of VA's is a great way to build a freedom-focused business where you can work anywhere in the world and don't have the overheads/cost of having an office or any other of the costs to having employees. When hiring a team of VAs it's important to bear in mind there are 3 main types of VA's that you can choose from which include the "followers" - there to follow your systems and processes, the "doers" - there to do certain tasks like graphic design etc. and the "experts" who bring their own processes and systems to help you grow your business. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow Nathan on Instagram Learn more about Outsource School       Get the Podcast Outreach Formula here Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform       Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Presence Tse, a Student and community member here at Grow2Gether who shares her journey through life so far including her battles with Axorexia, self-worth and overcoming bullying and negativity. Born and raised in the UK, Presence moved to Hong Kong when she was 9 years old where she faced a complete culture shock especially at School where she was bullied. This caused Presence to go from being a very outgoing person to very introverted, socially anxious, and trying to fit in. Presence faced Anorexia when she was just 12 years old, due to trying to fit in and developed Alopecia a few years later where she fell into depression for the second time. But, coming across personal development has helped Presence to rewire her mind and change her perspective of life. We dive into this and more during this episode. Some takeaways from this episode: Sharing your story and being vulnerable is the key to unlocking courage, building community, and connecting with like-minded people who will help you to grow. It will also help others, who can relate to you, to realise they aren't alone and inspire them to keep going. Everything great starts from having a little hope, belief in yourself, and taking action towards where you want to be. ⁣ No matter who it is, you can't change someone who isn't willing to change. Even yourself - if you aren't willing to change, nothing will happen. When facing bullies or haters, it's worth remembering that they're not going to be in your life forever. Focus on the long-term and where your heading. Set and focus on your goal. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Follow Presence on Instagram Connect with Presence on LinkedIn Check out Presence's YouTube Channel Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform     Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Dani Kassick who defines herself as a mental-health warrior. Dani utilizes resilience and grit to navigate her journey through life to heal from childhood trauma. Through the power of yoga and meditation, mindset, and psychotherapy techniques, she has been able to shift herself from a survivor to a "thriver" and during this episode, we dive into the steps Dani took to do just that and overcome a victim mindset. Some takeaways from this episode: Pursue your passions, purpose, and calling. Even if you start off small and dedicate a little amount of time, amazing things can happen and you're be focusing on more of the things that bring you joy. Ultimately - your passions are the light!   One of the most important things is to try and catch negative self-talk. Through developing this awareness you're able to notice triggers and reframe your negative self-talk and thoughts to something that'll actually serve you. ⁣ Through Yoga and meditation, we're able to put our bodies into a state of calm so we can work on developing our mindsets and do the work needed to overcome the limiting beliefs and things holding us back. Change never comes from a comfortable place, and that's the whole point - to change, evolve, and grow rather than stay the same. Developing your mindset helps you to see this for yourself so you can start to embrace change. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Dani on Instagram     Visit Dani's website and blog here     Watch the video version of this podcast on YouTube Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform   Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Anne Marie Morello who is a Wellbeing & Transformation Coach and holds a diploma in Child and Adolescent Counselling, is a certified EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Practitioner and an NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming) Master Therapist. She is also completing an MSc in Existential Psychotherapy. Anne has 12 years experience in teaching English Language, English Literature and Drama at secondary level and 15 years experience as a practitioner and teacher of Hatha Yoga and Yoga Philosophy. During this time, she has acquired an extensive array of techniques that have given her an insight into how to shorten the pathways to happiness, well-being, confidence, success, fulfillment, and self-worth for others. In this episode, we discuss how Anne has achieved all of this and the personal transformation journey she has been on, of which Yoga, EFT, and NLP has changed her life. Some takeaways from this episode: Powerful EFT and NLP exercises allow you to separate your thoughts and feelings from you because you're not your thoughts, and your not your feelings. Positivity can become toxic when you hide your true feelings, dismiss your uncomfortable emotions, or are ashamed for having them in the first place. ⁣ Yoga is more than, different postures, poses, and movements as there are lots of different types. Yoga is about connecting you to something bigger (some people call it the universe, god, or nature) and making your body and mind strong for all situations. Start to understand the brain by understanding the code for the brain is found in our senses which include sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch to name the most common ones. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Anne on Instagram here   Visit Anne's website   Learn more about EFT from the EFT International website Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform   Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button! 
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by community member and founder of Model Millennials - Joel Xu as we discuss his journey of being a Model Millennial (as in role model) and why and how he has gone against the grain! Joel left University when he was 19 years old to become an apprentice for a social entrepreneur.  He wanted to get real experience after discovering that he wasn't learning any practical skills like he thought and wanted to by going to traditional school. Coming from an Asian background, Joel says he felt like he was the black sheep of the family without a degree so worked hard to compensate. He was fortunate enough to make a six-figure income in digital marketing sales by the time he was 22 years old, and that process introduced him to the digital marketing world which is now his vocation alongside working on his passion project: Model Millennials - a blog and podcast dedicated to helping people in their 20's and early 30's navigate adulthood. Some takeaways from this episode: If you feel like and be an underdog and still create something pretty amazing. In fact, you can use that of being an underdog to your advantage. The clearer your vision becomes, the more likely you are to stay focused. Don't just say you want to change the world... start with why you want to change the world, then get clear on what that looks like and feels like for you. It's all about building a good foundation so you can ultimately go and do bigger things with your life that are in alignment with your vision. That's what personal growth, self-mastery, and leadership give you and the earlier you start the better! If you were to take someone from the 1900s and put them into the 2000's they wouldn't recognise anything in the world but the one thing they would recognise is the education system which just goes to show how outdated our education system really is. This is because it's built on the Greek model of remembering information instead of a more practical model based on the Hebrew model. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Joel on Instagram here Get started and subscribe to the Model Millennials Newsletter Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform   Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Dr. Jamil Sayegh who is an international transformation coach and strategist, integrative naturopathic physician, Master NLP Practitioner, and the author of 20 Steps to Your Next Breakthrough. Jamil works with leaders and high performers from all walks of life including world-champion athletes, best-selling authors, entrepreneurs, business professionals, and more to create an extraordinary life without regret. Dr. Jamil has a deep passion to end suffering for as many people as possible by reconnecting them to what’s real, and challenging them to live and love fully. He is a true healer at heart who loves to motivate, empower, and inspire others to take responsibility and action in their lives so they can influence more effectively, expand their contribution, embody their greatness, and make this world a better place because they were here. And, in this episode of the podcast, we discuss what all of this means and how to use it to create an extraordinary life! Some takeaways from this episode: An extraordinary life without regret is what we all deserve and we get to determine what that looks like and means for us. Happiness is never found outside of us. Not in an item, experience, or in money because it's an emotion and an emotion is an inside, out phenomenon. In life, you have two types of people. The ones who rush through life to get to the finish line. And, the ones who love the journey. What we fail to comprehend, is the finish line is death! Love the journey, love the process, and focus on getting better every day. Our career and the work we do is such a big part of our lives that when we live for Friday and hate Monday, we're really only truing living 6 to 8 times per month - the weekend! If this is our life we face a really big challenge, as we're going to face a lot of Mondays in our lives. This is where passion comes in, and actually doing something you're passionate about - even if it means "living within your means" for a period of time. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Dr. Jamil on Instagram here         Pick up Dr. Jamil's Audiobook “20 Steps To Your Next Breakthrough” If you're interested in working with Dr. Jamil click here to visit his website Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform   Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Mike Wharran who is a Business Owner, High-Performance Mindset Mentor, Dad of 2, and Husband as we discuss HOW our thoughts create our reality. During this episode, Mike shares how he started his personal development journey at a young age, how that has shaped the rest of his life, and how he is doing the same for his kids. We discuss the power of our thoughts, self-awareness and so much more! Some takeaways from this episode: Having a clear vision and passion for what you do helps you to stick with it when things get tough. Whether you feel good, bad, sad, depressed, optimistic or abundant however you feel will be the results you will create in your life. This is why it's crucial to develop self-awareness.   How you view something, the world and other people is your truth and your perspective. Not the truth. You can start the journey to change your perspective whenever you choose. We are all getting results in our life. Either the results we want or the results we don't. Through developing our mindset thus changing our thinking we're able to change our results much quicker to the ones we desire. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Mike on Instagram Check out Mike's website here and learn more about his coaching  Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Erika Valle who coaches people (particularly women) to learn to love themselves, gain control over their emotions, and ultimately gain control over their lives. During this episode, we dive into Erika's self-love and self-worth journey including how she changed career paths - an unpopular decision amongst her friends, family, and co-workers and how finding a mentor and the use of affirmations helped her to overcome limiting beliefs. Some takeaways from this episode: If you're feeling unfulfilled and lost in life, it's important to do some self-reflection and ask yourself... who are you currently pleasing in your life? If you're currently pleasing everyone else but not yourself - that's something you've got to address. Whatever you choose to do for yourself and your life being able to learn to love yourself and determine your self worth will dramatically change your life for the better. Having accountability and somebody to guide is you especially when pursuing your goals and dreams (whatever they maybe) makes all the difference and this is what finding a mentor gives you. If you don't know what you want to do with your life, sit down and ask yourself what's going to make you the happiest and why. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Connect with Erika on Instagram Listen to Erika's podcast 'Grow Yourself' here Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform     Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by Jewel Hohman who is a Mindset Coach who uses brain-based coaching for self-discipline and emotional resiliency instead of avoidance, overwhelm, and self-loathing. During this episode with Jewel, we dive into her personal growth and entrepreneurial journey so far, the challenges she has faced, and what you need to know about the brain. Some takeaways from this episode: Our brains want to protect us, they want to keep us safe and one of the best analogies is thinking of our brains as cavemen who want to keep safe in their caves. Through developing emotional resiliency, self-awareness, and the right mindset we can start to change this and unlock our personal power. The best way to live life is, to be honest. Honest with yourself, honest with your family, friends, co-workers, and the people in your life. In the long term without being honest, it leads to judgement, resentment, and overall living an unfulfilled life. Understanding is power! From understanding yourself to understanding others it's one of the building blocks to creating anything you wish to create in your life. Finding a system and what works for you is part of the journey. Whether it's a goal-setting system, personal routine or reflection exercise (all of which we discuss in this episode) raising your level of self-awareness to find what works for you propels your growth and you shouldn't judge yourself for not doing something, that everyone else appears to be doing. Plus, much much more! Important links and mentions from this episode: Check out Jewel's NEW website Connect with Jewel on Instagram here Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform     Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
In this episode of the Grow2Gether podcast, we're joined by valued community member Antonio Tourino as we discuss maintaining balance and having fun on your personal development journey. Antonio has been on a self-development journey since around the age of 21 which has enabled him to travel a lot, quit his job by generating passive income, and overcome the mental barriers that were holding him back. Some takeaways from this episode: Micro speed and Marco patience are so important when building anything online. It doesn't matter whether you're building a side hustle or a full-time online business. Ultimately, the more work you get done, the quicker the pay-off will be, and having patience while you go is important. Finding balance and having fun on your personal development is key. Make time with friends and loved ones doing other activities that you love. It could be sports, traveling, or the arts. Experience comes from trying new things and learning the lessons you need to learn in order to move forward and grow. Through gaining experience you know what works, what doesn't work, and can notice trends and patterns more quickly. Finding your communication and learning styles helps you to make progress on your personal development journey and in life in general. Once you find them you'll enjoy the journey more. Plus, much much more! Links and mentions from this episode: If you're an animal lover, check out Antonio's NEW project here Connect with Antonio on Facebook Watch the video version of the podcast Join the Grow2Gether Facebook community Check out our podcast collection and other content via our website If you're ready to accomplish the ultimate goal... a better YOU check out our community platform     Let us know what you think about this episode by connecting us on social: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and if you liked this episode, it would mean the world to us if you could hit the subscribe button!
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