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The Hard Thing Podcast

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The Hard Thing podcast is focused on helping people improve their lives by learning how to do hard things.

Listen as I interview guests who have overcome average by doing hard things. Each of us has to go up against difficult challenges, but it's not the challenge that defines you. It's your overcoming of the challenge. I'll try and extract the methods used to do hard things so that average people like you and me can replicate their success.

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Welcome back to the 48th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! Happy Fourth of July! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) Today is 2 days before Independence day. Last year, I posted a blog post titled the only flag to fly the highest. I think it’s important to talk about what I feel about the American Flag. I feel a lot of people feel differently.  Let me read the article and then let me speak on it.  (I read the article) Nowadays, I feel people don’t believe. They don’t believe that America was built on a promise. They don’t believe that the challenge facing every American who’s lived since that promise was made is to live up to that promise. Sometimes individuals fail. Many times, individuals have done great things to rectify failures, or to exemplify what it means to live up to that promise. To me that promise was the idea that every man’s destiny was his own. That promise was that every man and woman can build their own life, but that promise stipulated that those men and women strive for high moral character and impeccable virtue. Those men and women would fail, but that promise would see them as better people.  The secret of the promise is that, the striving to uphold high moral character and impeccable virtue is what allows the holders of the promise to create a better life. That flag represents that promise. That flag also represents those who’ve sacrificed for that promise. You see, that promise was not only meant for those who live in America, though our founders incorporated it into our founding documents. That promise was meant to give Freedom to all mankind, Freedom that as Victor Frankl puts it, comes from Liberty and Responsibility. That flag represents liberty. It represents the freedoms we have to dissent from the majority and explain our point of view. It represents the freedom to gather and discuss. That flag represents responsibility. It represents those who’ve honored that responsibility up to the last full measure of man. Many have died, many have lived to honor that responsibility.  Now that flag waves. Passed down from our forefathers, waving with the dual blessing and challenge of liberty and responsibility. That responsibility requires us to stand for good, light, truth, honor, and the connecting power of humankind. That liberty allows us to accept the consequences of our actions, both good and bad, as well as the ability to choose our own actions. That flag represent liberty and responsibility. I hope to honor it by how I live. I hope to honor those who’ve carried the message of that flag to help liberate all humanity from their more evil aspects and instead help each of us reach to the “better angels of our nature”.  That flag represents freedom.  If you believe that that is wrong, then you must believe that that flag and the beliefs attached to it are wrong. Tear it down, because that is what you believe. Don’t be surprised when those of us who seek to honor liberty and responsibility stand and defend it.  That is what that flag means to me.  I finished up reading some words from the song “America, the Beautiful”. Let us take the challenge to be better people and make the world better to heart. God bless America. If you’d like to talk about today’s episodes, reach out to me on Facebook or Instagram @thehardthingpodcast. Did you like today’s episode?  You can reach out to me on Instagram ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) ) to tell me what you thought! *** Show sponsors: Audible:...
Welcome back to the 53rd episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show:  Let me announce the winners of the 100th episode raffle!  We had only two entrants into the contest so I will be giving each contestant a $25 gift card as well as a t-shirt in appreciation for their support! Thanks so much guys! Now to the show. Today, I share my conversation with personal fitness coach Rob Decker of (https://www.instagram.com/decker_rob/) on Instagram. Today’s an interesting one guys.  We start off talking about how Rob committed suicide… well, he attempted suicide. That’s right, Rob jumped head first out of a 3 story building with the intent to kill himself. As he lay in the hospital, having broken his back and his arms, the police came in to inform him he’d been accused of rape. We move to talk about how he was able to learn how to walk again, and to get the charges dropped. We also talk about how Rob’s faith helped him along the way. He attributes the charges being dropped to God.  I enjoyed today’s conversation so much, for one because you can really feel Rob’s faith. It is an inspiring challenge to each of us to live a little bit better. I also appreciated Rob’s attitude and his belief that things would get better. Hope is so important and Rob showed how to keep hope alive! Rob also left some action items: Pursue your heart’s desires Believe you are loved and worthy of love  Pay attention to the consequences of your choices If you go out and do these things, your life will improve. If you need help doing these things at all, let me know. I’d be happy to help.   *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 47th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Enter our 100th episode raffle to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card and a free T-Shirt! To enter Subscribe to the podcast Tag 2 friends in any of our social media posts ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) )   Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) During the month of June, we’ll be talking about getting jobs and careers on the Thursday Meditations show. Today I share 9 things you should put on your job resume. These aren’t all the things, but these things will certainly set you apart from the other candidates.  Institute these 9 things on your resume and then tell us how it goes for you.  Here are his 9 things: Structure It is essential that you have some form of structure in your resume, with creative accents if possible. Your resume needs to make sense and it needs to emphasize the most important parts. Remember, the person reading your resume will be reading a handful of other resumes. They, like you, won’t want to spend tremendous amounts of time reading your resume, unless you make it enjoyable or worth their while. Keep things concise, but put the most important items closer to the top. I would put your name at the top (and probably your contact info) and then your LinkedIn profile link or portfolio link or both, and then go right into what you want to emphasize the most. You’ll have to be the one to decide whether or not to emphasize your education, skills, certifications or work experience, but put the most important thing at the top. This is not always applicable depending on design choices, but it makes for a great way to single out why they should hire you. LinkedIn Profile Your LinkedIn profile is the closest thing to a living resume, aside from a portfolio website. The nice thing a out a LI profile is that you can update it so easily, and you can even apply for jobs directly from the site. I also love it because you can use it to network with so many people. Rarely have people denied my request to connect, just because people value connections. Having your LinkedIn profile on your resume also allows your possible employer to get a glimpse at you that’s a little more alive than just a resume document. They can see what you’ve posted and what you’ve interacted with. So put it on the resume.  Portfolio website or document By putting this on your resume you can feel better only putting the top three most relevant work experiences rather than putting a large laundry list of past jobs. Instead, you put a link to your portfolio website, which has your entire work history, and you focus on the most relevant work experiences, showcasing just how successful you were in those job positions. It’s also really nice because it doesn’t take up a lot of space, and if they choose to click on it, they can get a world of information. If you want to try this out for free you can use wix.com, but if you’d like to add your own domain to actually try and build your brand, it will cost extra. Verbiage that reflects the job listing You need to make sure that your experience reflects the job requirements in the job listing. This means that you tailor your work experiences using language that is identical to that of the job listing. Hiring managers are looking for specific things when they read through job applications. They often have multiple job listings they are managing, so usually they will use the job listing as a reference for what to look for in the resumes. That just makes it that much easier to choose you when you have words the are basically...
Welcome back to the 52nd episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show:  Enter our 100th episode raffle to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card and a free T-Shirt! To enter -Subscribe to the podcast -Tag 2 friends in any of our social media posts (@thehardthingpodcast on FB and Instagram)   Today, I share my conversation with diet coach Dee Wolk, who can be reached on (https://twitter.com/NonDietSolution) . Dee specializes in helping people lose weight without doing a specific diet. Instead she helps them look at the way they treat food and their relationship with it. Today was an interesting conversation because Dee has done more than just be a diet coach. She’s also had to deal with the sudden loss of her husband. Not only that, but she also had to decide whether or not to go on food stamps. She chose not to and instead chose to learn how to run a laundry business. She talks about some of her ups and downs and learning how to make a business more efficient.  I found today’s episode insightful because dealing with death is always hard, but dealing with death while learning a new business is even harder. Dee also left you some action items. Listen to the full show to hear them. *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 46th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Enter our 100th episode raffle to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card and a free T-Shirt! To enter Subscribe to the podcast Tag 2 friends in any of our social media posts (FB and Instagram)   Join our facebook group! The link is https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast   Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average During the month of June, we’ll be talking about getting jobs and careers on the Thursday Meditations show. Today I share 7 tips On how to Optimize your Linkedin profile. These tips are brought to you by Taylor Nelson, a local recruiter here in Utah. He’s also the host of Navigating the Slopes: An HR Podcast. Feel free to reach out to him with any questions and if you’re in the area, hit him up for any open positions. Here are his 7 tips: 1: get your LinkedIn profile up to date and current. LinkedIn is the new resume and a lot of companies have a presence on there, so you need to put your best virtual foot forward.   2: Get recommendations from previous supervisors, co-workers or anyone who you know will leave a good remark and has some status in their organization   3: Sign up for the free 30-day premium account if you haven't. This will give you some great insight to where your skills stand at your top companies and the skills you can learn in order to land more jobs.   4: Network, Network. Network - LinkedIn is full of people who can help you, so don't hesitate to connect with people, even if you think they wont' accept. You never know when having a connection could help in the job. In fact, through my connections I've been able to land 2 jobs + over the last few months have helped 6 of my former colleagues line up interviews.    5: Post content and be "social". Your comments, likes, shares and posts can spread faster than the coronavirus. If you post quality content, your connection likes it and then their connections see it, and their connections see it until you've received 5 new connection requests, possibly from someone who could help you out. *I had a post trending in #HR a few weeks ago. 30+ comments, 5k views and a lot of new connections.    6: Explore a company's LinkedIn page before your interview. Similar to Glassdoor, a company wants their LI to look good and be a representation of who they are. Also, use LI to find people who work for that company and see who they are, what experience do they have/did they have prior to starting there. There are so many investigative ways to map out your next dream job.    7: Have fun and be yourself. LinkedIn, while different than most social media, is still a place to represent who you are. While the content is on the professional side, you need to make sure you're representing you. Follow companies, people or things you like. Share content you're passionate about and don't be afraid to help out when you can Did you like today’s episode?  You can reach out to me on Instagram (@thehardthingpodcast) to tell me what you thought! *** Show sponsors: Audible: audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast *** Thanks for listening. Did you find value from listening to this episode? If yes: 1. Share the podcast with one person. 2. Reach out to me on Facebook & Instagram.  3. Leave a rating & a review. 4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode.  5. Share our campaign to raise $1k for OUR. Here’s the link: gf.me/u/wat89x 6. Buy one of our Shirts https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/ Again thanks so much for listening, & stay tuned to...
Welcome back to the 51st episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show:  Enter our 100th episode raffle to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card and a free T-Shirt! To enter Subscribe to the podcast Tag 2 friends in any of our social media posts (FB and Instagram)   Today, I share my conversation with author (https://twitter.com/NatalieHibberd) ).  Natalie recently finished writing her novel, Inside Out which details an apocalyptic world with those on the “inside” and those on the “outside”. Some of the inspiration for this book comes from Natalie’s experiences being on the outside throughout her entire life. Natalie has cerebral palsy. We talk a lot about disability today and Natalie really helps spread understanding about what it is like to be disabled, and how people treat you. We also talk about bullying. Natalie was bullied growing up by various people and we talk about what makes people bully and why she was bullied. Today’s a great episode because we also talk about how you should treat disabled people… i.e. like other people. We also talk about what’s it like to write books. It was a fun conversation and I think you’ll learn a lot. Natalie also left a few action items: Be kind for the sake of being kind Know you are not alone Keep on going! *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) 7. Give me feedback on the show: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 45th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Enter our 100th episode raffle to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card and a free T-Shirt! To enter Subscribe to the podcast Tag 2 friends in any of our social media posts ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) )   Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) During the month of June, we’ll be talking about getting jobs and careers on the Thursday Meditations show. Today we are going to talk about 4 paths to start your career. The fourth path is the most common so we will spend less time on that one. I’ll try to give some action items for each path. Paths Path of the Pupil. This one is the one we are taught most. It’s the formal education model. Here the idea is you take and pass a test and receive a certification.  Many professional careers have to have a certification, for example, doctors, nurses, architects, lawyers and so forth. Some careers can use certifications but don’t necessarily need them. We are blessed to live in this day and age because there are many certifications offered online for free. If you find yourself wanting a career that needs some certifications, write down which ones you need or would look good to have. Figure out what you need to do to get them. Path of the Apprentice If you are a Star Wars fan, think of the Jedi order. They function with the Master-Apprentice model.  The basic idea here is to find a master of An art, craft, or industry, and pair up with them. They’ll teach you how to become a master. Most often, you’ll end up doing some work for them in return. You can find this in the trades, or even as a realtor or financial advisor. If you Find yourself in this camp, write down a few names of possible mentors you could reach out to and find a way to start that relationship. Remember, it doesn’t have to be as close as the Master-Apprentice relationship in Star Wars. Accept what comes to you and move forward. Path of the Pioneer This is the most common path for entrepreneurs. Here you assemble what info you can from others who have done something similar, making a sort of map, but then you embark into the wild unknown on your own. You set your own course, find your own landmarks and overcome your own obstacles. That doesn’t mean you don’t rely on other experts. You just can’t follow someone else’s path because no one has done exactly what you want to do. You have a trailblazer. Poly Path Here’s the fun secret. These aren’t really paths at all. They are phases. Each of us go through each of these at one point or another. So in essence we are all poly paths. We all require mentors to guide us through the journey. We all require some tests and certifications that we know our stuff. We all need to set out on our own. So with that knowledge, here are some action items: Find a Guide. Find someone who has done what you want to do and learn from them. Identify Landmarks. Identify what success means and what experiences lead to success Identify what certifications can help you get there. Start moving your feet. Make it happen. Did you like today’s episode? What about the Thursday Meditations show in general? Well if you do like, reach out to me on Instagram and tell me, otherwise I will discontinue this portion of the podcast.  You can reach out to me on Instagram ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) ) to tell me what you want! *** Show sponsors: Audible: (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast) *** Thanks for listening.  Did...
Welcome back to the 50th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show go to (http://facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) to join the new Facebook Group! Today, I share my conversation with Amber Fuhriman,  of (https://www.instagram.com/amberfuhriman/) . Today we start off talk about running for 24 hours. Amber share he experience running the World’s Toughest Mudder! She explain how she got into it and how she decided to run the race. We then talk about higher education and what it takes to be successful there. That leads us into a discussion about death and grieving and loss. Amber was well acquainted with death, almost as an old friend, by the time she graduated with a degree in law. She then went on to found her own firm  We round off the conversation talking about what it means to be successful. Amber also left some action items for you to do: Take 100% responsibility for what happens to you Set boundaries for yourself and hold yourself accountable Practice Grattitude *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) 7. Give me feedback on the show: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 44th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Share the podcast with someone you know Check out our website: (http://thehardthingpodcast.com) Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) Give me some feedback on the show at: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   During the month of June, we’ll be talking about getting jobs and careers on the Thursday Meditations show. Today, let's talk about how to move towards your dream job. First of all, let me explain that this isn’t supposed to help you move towards that dream job where you don’t really do any work and it’s like a dream. Instead, if someone asked you, “what kind of job are you looking for right now?”, the job  you respond with would be the target of this episode. It’s your next dream job, that’s why this episode is about moving towards your dream job. It’s also important to note that this isn’t a 1-2-3 step guide. Instead today’s episode is a framework so use over and over again, modified for your individual situation. It’s a snapshot map rather than in-depth direction. Let’s get started: Self Assessment First you need to get very sure about what you want, what the world wants from you and everything in between. Take this self-assessment and answer honestly: (https://ccv.edu/documents/2013/11/skills-inventory-worksheet.pdf/) Ask What do I like to do What do people compliment me on What do i find important What is ideal What would make the world a better place What would pay me enough for the lifestyle I want Am I willing to pay the price for that compensation? Identify Job that matches those qualities. If you can’t think of any jobs with these qualities, reach out to me. I love helping people think about their dream job. Identify Requirements for that job The only two real requirements to getting a job are that you instill confidence that you can do the job in the hiring managers, and that you can do the job. In reality, job requirements on a job description are only there to help increase your probability of getting hired. You want to increase the probability that you get hired Strategic Planning - FInd out what would increase the probability of you getting hired. Find out what experiences you need to have Find out any education you need to get Look at the picture holistically Emphasize results, then experience, then education Personal Branding Create the experiences for yourself - this is where you go out and create the results, get the experience and so forth. Create the results Generate the experiences Get the education Communicate your expertise Linkedin - sharing articles about your industry to build you reputation as an expert Portfolio - build a portfolio website to demonstrate the results and experience you have Resume - make your resume more interesting Send out applications Shotgun approach - many applications with no in-depth attempt at any of them Sniper approach - a focused approach that involves getting to know the company very well and solving many of the prospective position’s problems Assessment Reassess to see if you got what you want I believe that if you do these things you will find yourself in a job that suits you better.  Try it and see if it works. I’d love to see your results. Reach out to me on FB and Instagram. Did you like today’s episode? What about the Thursday Meditations show in general? Well if you do like, reach out to me on Instagram and tell me, otherwise I will discontinue...
Welcome back to the 49th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show go to (http://facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) to join the new Facebook Group! Today I talk with Chandler Walker of (https://stoneagefuel.com/) about how to completely change your life.  They use a method that addresses every aspect of your life from fitness, to finances, so that at the end of the 12 weeks, you’ve changed. Chandler started StonageFuel after deciding that med school wasn’t for him. He had been shadowing a doctor, and he found that they treat suffering instead of preventing it. Chandler wanted to tackle the problem at the root so he set out to create a wellness clinic. During our conversation we talk about what it’s like to start a business, and sleep on the couch for the first year or so. We then drift into talking about how to help clients. In Chandler’s business they use the method of Pillars of Angular Momentum. These pillars address aspects of people’s live including fitness, finance, mental health, spiritual health and more. Today was an insightful conversation because Chandler points out that people do not change unless they get extremely clear with their reason. He often asks people why they want his help. They give him an answer, but then he digs deeper to the real reason.  So often, we give ourselves false reasons to change. We need to be brutally honest with why we are changing before we can ever make that change. Chandler also mentioned how to hire the right people for your business. He explained that it’s important to spend time digging down to the person’s motivations.  That seems like a pretty good life lesson. Chandler gave you some action items today: Do the thing you are afraid of Fast Forward your regret Doing these things will get you take action on today’s show, and help you overcome average by doing hard things. You can reach out to Chandler on (https://www.facebook.com/ChansLogic/) . I enjoyed talking with Chandler today. Go ahead and reach out to him to ask any more questions you have.  *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) 7. Give me feedback on the show: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 43rd episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Share the podcast with someone you know Check out our website: (http://thehardthingpodcast.com) Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) Give me some feedback on the show at: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   May is all about time. And today, I’m going to teach you some magic. You have to promise not to share my magic secrets with others, but today, you and I are going to create more time magically. Magical time travel is easy, if you know how to do it. I’ve found seven simple ways to have more time. Track how long your tasks take. As soon as you start tracking a specific task, you’ll find that they naturally get faster. It’s a natural response. You see the time and you’ll want to improve it. This works best with professional tasks. Obviously, if you try and measure how long you spend with a child or a spouse, that will not end up being a desirable action. Say no  It’s amazing how much time appears when you say no to things that don’t move the needle, aren’t important, or are just distractions. This allows you to get the most important thing done, rather than some partially important things. Wake up earlier I don’t wake up all that early, but the hours between my waking up and everyone else's are very productive. You too can use that time to get more done, or just be more ready for the day. Stop watching tv With this, I mean the object that is the TV. So that includes, Netflix, Youtube, and plain cable. When you watch less TV you will have so much more time, you won’t be able to use it all productively. That’s good. Out source Do what you do best, and outsource the rest. I didn’t come up with that saying, but that’s how you can buy more time. Pay someone else to do things that need to be done, but that would be less productive for you to do them.  Limit yourself This goes hand in hand with number 2, but decide how much you can do. Say no to everything else. Limit what you focus on so that you actually get things done.  Go faster Just move faster. Be more urgent in your actions. You can get more done, and therefore magically have more time by working faster. There you go, 7 magical strategies for having more time.  Not magic you say? Yeah, I know. I also know that you aren’t stupid and you didn’t think these were magic.  They feel like magic though. When you use them you’ll feel as if you magically just get more time. Did you like today’s episode? What about the Thursday Meditations show in general? Well if you do like, reach out to me on Instagram and tell me, otherwise I will discontinue this portion of the podcast.  You can reach out to me on Instagram ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) ) to tell me what you want! *** Show sponsors: Audible: (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast) *** Thanks for listening.  Did you find value from listening to this episode? If yes: 1. Share the podcast with one person. 2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) .  3. Leave a rating & a review. 4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode.  5. Share our campaign to raise $1k for OUR. Here’s the link: (http://gf.me/u/wat89x) 6. Buy one of our Shirts (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, & stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, & Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast...
Welcome back to the 48th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Happy Memorial Day! Before we get to the show go to (http://facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) to join the new Facebook Group! Today, I share my conversation with (https://redpenguinbooks.com/) . Stephanie is a writer, a speaker, and a book writing and publishing coach. That means, people call her up to have her help them write a book and get it published. Most people want to write a book, yet few people in the United States do. Stephanie and I talk about what sets them apart and how to get your book written. We talk about perfectionism and the idea that, at the end of the day, all that matters is getting words on a page. Stephanie even mentioned that she plans that party well before the book is done just to push you to finish the book. This conversation was really fun, especially because so many people want to write books. I think this one will reach a very broad audience. Stephanie also left a couple of action items: Think of what you want? Live the life that leads to that. If you want to write a book, write 1000 words a week. Today was a great show, and talking with Stephanie was wonderful. Now go take action, do these hard things, and you will overcome average! *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) 7. Give me feedback on the show: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 42nd episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Share the podcast with someone you know Check out our website: (http://thehardthingpodcast.com) Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) Give me some feedback on the show at: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   May is all about time. Today is the 2nd part of our two part mini-series on developing top time management skills. Last week we talked about what those skills were. Today, I share ways you can develop them.  Here’s how you do it: Prioritization: Core Values - You need to write down the 5 things that are most important things in your life.  Strategic Thinking Set some time aside every day for the problems of tomorrow. I do this at work. Focus Write a to do list today. Write down all the things you need to do tomorrow. Pick the most important thing and only do that until it’s done. Then move onto your next thing. Communication Think of the people with whom you share most of your schedule. Explain to them your priorities, all of them. Then explain the boundaries you explain to maintain. Hard Work Remember that to-do list? Bring that back out, Make sure as you are focusing on finishing the tasks, you do just that. Get the check mark symbolizing a job well done. Wisdom Take a moment to reflect yesterday. Think about what you did. Evaluate exactly what was too much and was not enough. This is how you start to develop wisdom. Evaluate what didn’t work yesterday. Now take those lessons moving forward. Self-Awareness Ask people close to you about weaknesses you have. Take the average of those answers. Organization and Visualization This one is simple. Just start to schedule things in a calendar or something similar. Gratitude Spend some moments of gratitude for the time you have to do what you can. Ambition Next time you play a game, play to win. I’m not saying go all Macchiavellian, but bring your whole self to the competition. This doesn’t mean tie your personal worth with the competition. Instead, take the mindset, “I want to win, because it’s a challenge that will stretch me, and I believe I can win.” Don’t be a jerk (this is the hardest part of all). Instead, be cordial, polite, and play well. I think many times, we let ourselves give less than our best. Give your best. Discernment and Conviction Start to say no to things you are on the fence about. I mean things that you aren’t 100% stoked to do. If they are things that you believe are important, maybe you should check them against your core values. Start thinking about the consequences of these choices Now let me finish with a story as last week, I started with one: You come home from work, on time, having finished everything you needed to. You give your spouse a break from watching the kids so they can go lie down. You play with the kids and make dinner. You have a nice meal with the family and after everyone goes to sleep, you set to work on a side gig. You make some real progress and you go to sleep fulfilled. This story might be as exaggerated as last week’s story was, but I truly believe if you hone your time management skills, you can live a fulfilling life, like this one. Did I miss any skills? You can reach out to me on Facebook ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) ) to tell me! *** Show sponsors: Audible: (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast) *** Thanks for listening.  Did you find value from listening to this episode? If yes: 1. Share the podcast...
Welcome back to the 47th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show go to (http://facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) to join the new Facebook Group!   Today, I share my conversation with (https://www.robcommodariauthor.com/) , author, speaker and business owner. In today’s show, Rob explains that the hardest thing he’s ever done was to take responsibility and own up to a mistake of getting his girlfriend pregnant when he and she were both very young. We also spend some time talking about business and being a real estate investor. If you’re interested in real estate today’s a good show for you. We spend a little time hearing about Rob’s faith, and we hear some of the most important things to look for when building a good team. Rob gave some action items as well:  Reflect Journal Start Reading   It was a fun show, and it was great talking with Rob. Now go take action, do these hard things, and you will overcome average! *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) 7. Give me feedback on the show: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 41st episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Share the podcast with someone you know Check out our website: (http://thehardthingpodcast.com) Help us raise $1,000 for the non profit O.U.R. by going to (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) Give me some feedback on the show at: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   May is all about time. Today is the first part of a 2 part episode. Today we talk about Top Time Management Skills, and next week we talk about how to develop them. First let me tell a little story. You go to work and, and work takes longer than you wished, but like it so don’t mind. You come home and your significant other is upset at you coming home so late. This happens often. After coming up with some lame excuse, you both decide to get take-out instead of cooking a meal, because they were also busy today. If you do have any kids, you say hello to them, not creating any deep meaningful conversation, just staying surface level. At the end of the night you stay awake to work on a side hustle. You think that maybe if you could make some extra money, it would all be easier. You go to sleep no closer to your goals than before, waking up for another day. That is the cautionary tale of not being good at time management. To avoid that, here are the top skills you need to develop. Prioritization Priority means the only important thing. So many of us get caught checking email, that we neglect the most important things. Sometimes we spend undue amounts of time at work, taking our eyes off our families, or the most important thing. Strategic Thinking We might view ourselves as firefighters, running into burning buildings pulling people out, extinguishing the fire, preserving other buildings. We wear that hat only occasionally. Other times, we must be scientists and architects, creating buildings that don’t burn. This is the ability to put tomorrow’s problems in front of today’s problems occasionally. Focus You have to be able to hone in on what you are trying to accomplish. It doesn’t matter how much time you have if you spend it trying to do 10 things without finishing any of them. Focus means diving in, shaking things up, and finishing the most important thing, rather than getting halfway on 10 other things. This is what Cal Newport means when he talks about Deep Work. Communication Your time is not always your own. Often, we’ve pledged our time to other entities that require us to fulfill that commitment.  Hard Work Time management only works if you work. This is probably a duh… but I mention it still because a lot of people worry about not having enough time. Maybe you should worry about using your time better, like working to get done what you need to get done. Wisdom Part of time management means you include blocks of time that fulfill all parts of you, even parts that just want fun. Self-Awareness You need to be able to know when you are sinking. You need to understand how much you can handle effectively. Time management is really You Management. You need to understand yourself in order to manage yourself. Organization and Visualization You need to be able to organize the different time blocks as well as visualize how to put them all together. This takes attention to detail and focus, as well as the occasional flexibility. Gratitude If you are grateful for something, you usually don’t waste it. By developing gratitude for your time, I believe you will start to use your time more effectively because you won’t want to squander it. Ambition You will want to do something with it though. Ambition
Welcome back to the 46th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show go to (http://facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) to join the new Facebook Group!   Today, I share my conversation with Ken “Mr. Biz” Wentworth of Mr. Biz Radio. Reach out to Ken via (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mr-biz%E2%80%8B-wentworth/) . Today we start off the show talking about Ken’s opportunity to break a world record in Powerlifting. We also discuss the fact that he has lost 17 pounds in the span of 24 hours. We then start to discuss business financials and how to manage money well in your business. One of the most important things to note and take care of is cashflow. We also talk a little bit about preparing for a financial recession (this would have been nice 3 months ago). Ken also shares some of the pillars of financial success with us. Ken has left you with some action items to improve your life. Here they are: Start with Yes (take opportunities) Model Expert Behavior Accountability Consistent Perseverance Ken calls this the SMAC method (it’s an acronym). It was a great show, Ken was fun to talk with, and I know if you follow what we talked about, your life will improve. Now go take action, doing hard things, and you will overcome average. *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) 7. Give me feedback on the show: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 40th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Share the podcast with someone you know Check out our website: (http://thehardthingpodcast.com) Give me some feedback on the show at: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)     Since today is the first Thursday Meditations episode in May, let me introduce the theme for May. May is all about time. So today, I’ll talk about my favorite time management tools as well as some bonus tools that I don’t use, but that are still very good.  Composition Notebook and Pen I use this every single day. I use these primarily because I have so many. I worked with a previous employer and as a result of that business shutting down the employer gifted me about 40 composition notebooks. I use them to write down my goals and my to do lists. Google Calendar I suppose you could also put Icalendar here as well. The point is that I use these calendars to look at the things that I schedule and therefore have to do on days other than today. Very useful for keeping track of things long-term. Google Sheets Lately, I’ve used this to help me prioritize and start to gamify my life. Stopwatch/Timer I  use this one to help me move from one task to another while still giving adequate amounts of time to each task. Physical Signals These are things like working at my desk to help tell my mind and body, “hey, it’s time to work now.” To Do Lists I live and die by to-do lists. Calendly I use this to help me schedule my podcast interviews. List of Core Values I use these to measure how important the things I do are. Blocks of Fun You  have to sharpen the saw right? BONUS: I don’t use these right now, but from what I’ve seen they are still great. Weekly Planning Sheets by Origami Day (Sign up to get those (https://mailchi.mp/11ac3c6a97f2/newsletter-with-download) ) Trello/Monday/Asana, or other project management tools Productive Habit Tracker (It’s an app) Sticky Notes Remente (Another App) What about you? Are there any tools you like to use? You can reach out to me on Facebook ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) ) to tell me! *** Show sponsors: Audible: (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast) *** Thanks for listening.  Did you find value from listening to this episode? If yes: 1. Share the podcast with one person. 2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) .  3. Leave a rating & a review. 4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode.  5. Share our campaign to raise $1k for OUR. Here’s the link: (http://gf.me/u/wat89x) 6. Buy one of our Shirts (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, & stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, & Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 45th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show go to  (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   To give me feedback. Today, I talked with Ken Cloke, founder of (https://www.kencloke.com/) . Ken is a world recognized mediator, conflict resolution specialist, and has written books and articles on the subject. Today, our conversation takes us back to the Civil Rights movement.  We also spend some time today talking about how to prevent divorce. We spend a good deal of time talking about how to deal with conflict. I think today’s episode is important because we can all learn how to better deal with conflict and how to resolve it. Ken shares practical tips for creating dialogue, especially with a party with whom you feel you don’t share much. Ken also left som action items for you to do today: Listen in a committed way Get curious about your responses  Find triggers and take charge of them It was a great show and I hope that above all, you take a commitment to dialogue and resolve conflict with those around you from today’s episode. *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 39th episode of the Thursday Meditations show! This is the show that helps you overcome average, and step up above mediocrity. Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements: Join our facebook group! The link is (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehardthingpodcast) Share the podcast with someone you know Check out our website: (http://thehardthingpodcast.com) Give me some feedback on the show at: (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   On today’s show we are still talking about finances. Today we talk about 17 Wrong Ways to Think About Money. It’s important to remember that your situation with money reflects how you think about it. By changing your mindset about money, you can potentially change your money situation. Here are the 17 ways: -I am owed Obviously if someone legally owes you money disregard this, but get rid of any feeling of entitlement. Be grateful for what you receive and that’s it. -Money solves problems Money does not solve problems. Money is a tool. You solve problems. You can use money to solve problems, but money by itself does not solve problems. -Time is money. Money is what you make of it. If you want, time can be money, or you can use money to get more time. -Money does not make you safe You make you safe. -If only you had…. Your problems are caused by other circumstances, not just the lack of money. Getting more money won’t necessarily make you a better person. -Money is moral. Money is not moral, it is amoral. Instead of thinking that having money makes you good or bad, focus on being a good person so that when you get money, you don’t have to worry about it. -I can’t spend any money. You probably can. -I don’t have to worry about spending money. Yes you do. -I hate money. Don’t hate money, just use it. -Money means xyz. Challenge what money means to yourself. -I can handle the monthly payments Check the total price tag. -I’ll save when I have enough money Start saving now. -I’m in too deep. No you’re not. Just stop digging. -I can say yes to everything. No you can't. -This sale is a great deal No, it isn’t. -I budget in my head You probably need to have a real budget. -I need more You probably don’t. Change your mindset and tell me what you think. You can reach out to me on Facebook ( (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) ). *** Show sponsors: Audible: (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast) *** Thanks for listening.  Did you find value from listening to this episode? If yes: 1. Share the podcast with one person. 2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) .  3. Leave a rating & a review. 4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode.  5. Share our campaign to raise $1k for OUR. Here’s the link: (http://gf.me/u/wat89x) 6. Buy one of our Shirts (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, & stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, & Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome back to the 44th episode of the Hard Thing Podcast. Before we get to the show go to  (https://mailchi.mp/5e94a17af33d/thehardthingpodcast)   To give me feedback. Today, I talk with Terry Tucker of (https://www.linkedin.com/feed/?trk=) . Terry is a police officer, an ex-hostage negotiator, and Terry has cancer.  Today, we talk about finding your purpose and living through the pain. Terry also shares how his faith has helped him through the difficult times of his cancer. Terry’s family also comes up as a big support during his hard times. I enjoyed today’s conversation because we talk a lot about finding your purpose and really embracing that, not to mention living in the moment and really taking advantage of the opportunities that life offers us.  At the end of the show, Terry left some action items:  Control your mind Embrace suffering Never quit *** Support the Show:  One Mission Nutrition (10% Discount): (http://allegiance.1missionnutrition.com/thehardthingpodcast) Audible (Free Audiobook): (http://audibletrial.com/thehardthingpodcast)   Help us donate $1,000 to (http://ourrescue.org/) : (https://www.gofundme.com/f/overcoming-average) ** Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. To support the show:  1. Share the podcast with one person who could really use it.  2. Reach out to me on (https://www.instagram.com/thehardthingpodcast/) . Let me know how the podcast is going.  3. Leave a rating and a review.  4. Subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episode. We are on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  5.Check out the (https://thehardthingpodcast.com/blog/) .  6. Buy one of our Shirts or Hoodies (https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-hard-thing-podcast-store/) Again thanks so much for listening, and stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, and Keep Overcoming Average. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
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