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Here are 3 things you can do today to improve your life right now (listen for the other 7 ;-)1. Focus on the here and now - As humans we spend a great deal of time replaying past situations or worrying about the future. Focusing on right now plays such a key role in improving our lives. When you focus on right now you spend brain energy on experiencing life in the moment which is 100% more enjoyable than wasting energy on past events or worrying about future events that haven’t taken place and might not ever happen.2. Be grateful, and pass it on - If you are not practicing gratitude on a daily basis you are missing out. I know, you might say I don’t have anything to be grateful for today. And, I say go deeper. Do you have your health? Do you have food on the table? What about a roof over your head? Sometimes reframing what we have in our lives – rather than what we don’t have – we find we are grateful for more than we realized.3. Go to bed earlier tonight - I can hear it now...but I’m a night owl. I hear you AND I used to be the same way. Getting at least 7.5 hours of sleep goes a long way to improving your life. When you have a consistent bedtime, over time you will start to see that you will rise before your alarm. The key here is consistency -- be consistent and try hitting the sack a little earlier.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode66
65. How to Get Unstuck

65. How to Get Unstuck

2022-04-2409:43

Spring gives us the opportunity to start again, for rebirth, and creates anticipation for summer.But what if it doesn’t? What if you are still stuck? What if you can’t get out of your head and you still are using that blanket and your coach to hide from the world and your responsibilities in it? Then what?In this episode, I share 3 tips for how to get unstuck in your life as well as share a recent story about how I am facing being stuck and what I’m doing about it.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode65 
When was the last time you were uncomfortable? You know, down to your bones uncomfortable with exploring what makes you tick? Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable is what this week's episode is about and in it I share some thoughts around how I've worked to get comfortable myself with being uncomfortable and the revelations I've discovered. I also provide four steps you can use in your quest to examine your thoughts and how you can level up your life today.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode64 
What's possible today? Have you thought about that lately? I've been working on possibilities in my own life a lot in recently and if I'm being totally honest, my thoughts are responsible for ALL of the choices I make in my life. And the same is true for you, even down to the thought that you don't have choices which limits what is possible in your life.In this episode, I get really clear on how you can clean up thought errors you are having and how if you are curious about your thinking how it can lead to having choices in your life.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode63 
What happens when you lose your motivation? When you can't find that spark? Do you fold, quit, and give up? Or do you use resources and tools to help pull you back out.Recently, I have struggled with motivation and today I am sharing how I'm working through it in the hopes it helps you work through times when you might lack motivation as well.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode62 
Our brains LOVE to focus on the negative. The mistakes we make. The miscues we have. And in reality, this is what our brain is supposed to do — protect us so we learn from our errors. But learning from our errors doesn’t mean we stay focused on the mistakes we make.When you focus on what you did well, or what worked first — before focusing on the mistakes and miscues — you are training your brain to leverage the positives in every single situation. Even the ones where you think you did something wrong, made a mistake, or where you weren’t happy with the result. By going to what worked first, your brain will learn how best to intuit positive thinking in the future.Positive thinking leads to positive feelings which lead to positive results in your life. Makes sense, right? Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode61 
Imagine that junk drawer in your kitchen.  What's in it? How full is it? Do you have a hard time even getting that drawer open?Your mind is a lot like that junk drawer. It is full of unwanted, unneeded, and cluttered thoughts about who you are, what you can achieve, and who you can become. In this episode, I share a few tips for how you can clean out those junk drawer thoughts in your mind that are no longer serving you.  Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode60 
We hear it all the time: "Just take a leap of faith," The trouble with taking a leap of faith is that you need to place your trust in someone or something else. And our brains really do not like it when we have to trust someone or something else.A belief, on the other hand, is something we just accept. And when we generate those beliefs ourselves our brains accept it as fact. So how do you take a leap of belief?In this episode, I dive into what it means to do the work of believing in yourself, how you can generate new thinking and wipe out past beliefs about yourself. Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode59 
I should, I shouldn't, I should. Wow, how many times have you said to yourself that you should be doing something or your shouldn't be doing something? It's an endless battle and one that needs to stop so you can take control of what matters most in your life -- YOU!In this episode, I challenge you to change your mindset from “should” to “will” in an effort to help you turn your losses into wins.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode58
In these twisty, up-side-down, which direction are we going times there is a lot of uncertainty in the world. The thing about uncertainty is it doesn't have to be fear inducing. Heck, it doesn't even have to be filled with worry and doubt.One thing for sure, uncertainty often comes down to could vs couldn't, can vs can't, and will vs won't.In this episode, I share 3 things you can do to be certain in uncertain times in an effort to move forward with your life so you could, can, and will make that change today! Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode57
Jason “JG” Goldberg is a Mindset Mentor and Leadership Coach for Celebrities, Change Makers and CEOs. He is also the host of The Jason Goldberg is Ruining Podcasting Podcast, author of the #1 International Best-Seller on Self-Leadership entitled “Prison Break” and creator of the Playful Prosperity AND Competition-Proof Business Immersion programs. JG has been a featured expert on media outlets including ABC, CBS, and FOX as well as teaching on the MindValley and SoulPancake platforms and has founded multiple start-ups including one in partnership with NASA and the space shuttle program. He now focuses on blending his signature mix of simple and transformational wisdom, captivating storytelling, practical business mentorship, and belly-busting humor to make personal growth less “personal growth-y”.In this episode we chat about men's mental health, meditation, the similarity in our life journeys and how to create mental wealth in our lives.For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode56
Losing faith in our progress is hard. We set a large goal and when we don’t achieve it we get frustrated, disappointed, and often times give up. Often, the reason is because you are not focused on celebrating the small wins you are achieving each and every day.In this episode, I examine how the power of small wins is more important than the big victories in our lives and share a few tips that might help you see more clearly how you can harness the power of small wins in your life.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode55
Is your vision for the future crisp, like a sunny, winter day? Or foggy and rainy and perhaps a little cloudy? We've all been there. You have a decision to make and your head is a little cloudy. How do you get clarity?Do you go around in circles? Talking yourself into and out of the decision?Or do you get laser focused?In this episode, I share how you can gain the clarity you want in your life and 3 tools you need to make lasting change plus a bonus tip.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode54
53. Facing the Unknown

53. Facing the Unknown

2022-01-2923:43

Listen, facing the unknown can seem scary because we get ourselves wrapped up in the fear of change. All fear is a belief that you can or you can’t and a contraction like CAN'T will kill more dreams than failure.In this episode, I take a look at what facing the unknown means - career, relationship, health - and provide 10 steps and examples from my own life that can help you move forward.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode53
You're not your thoughts & feelings. Sure, you get angry. You get sad. You get happy. You get mad. You get frustrated. You get..but you're notYou're not an angry person. You're not a sad person. You're not a happy person. You're not a mad person. You're not a frustrated person. You're a human.In this episode, I dive into how self-awareness around our thoughts and emotions can help us change our thinking and the results we get in our lives.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode52
You, my friend, are the only person in control of your thoughts and feelings - seriously, no one else can make you think something and they definitely can’t make you feel something despite you wanting to believe that about your circumstances.You are the only one responsible for, in charge of, and in control of what you think and how you feel about your life. And the steps to changing that is working through your crap and what’s holding you back.In this episode I dive into what it means to work on the WHO before working on the HOW.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode51
Hey, hey Positivity Posse! It’s a new year, it’s 2022, and I’m excited to be back with you on Positivity on Fire after taking a nice break to end 2021.In today’s show I dive into how you can regain your confidence in the year ahead and the best part is it takes just a tiny bit of effort on your part every day. Seriously, it’s a few simple tricks to help you have small wins each and every day.Get after it my friends and we’ll see you next week!For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode50
If you’re a regular listener, well let me just say thank you for making 2021 a great year! Seriously, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Whether you know it or not, you’ve been an important part of my journey and I’m grateful for your support.When I first began Positivity on Fire on New Year’s Eve 2020 – in the midst of a global pandemic no less – I had no clue where the show would go and what I would share. I just knew more positivity was needed in the world and I was called to do my part.As we mark the 1 year anniversary of the show I have amazing news to share and can't wait for 2022 to begin -- it's going to be an incredible year.For links to everything mentioned in this episode and more visit:https://www.jasonramsden.com/episode49
Shamika Woodruff is a personal and executive coach who serves corporate career women and women entrepreneurs who want to build a legacy they are proud of without the overwhelm and self-doubt. Alongside her clients, she curates space to explore possibility with curiosity, without judgement and a genuine interest in client success.  Shamika decided to become a coach to be the person she needed when coming up through the ranks of her career. Shamika holds professional coach training from Duke Integrative Medicine, the Coaching and Positive Psychology Institute and is currently serving in the US Air Force with seventeen years of service.In today’s episode, host Jason Ramsden and guest Shamika Woodruff cover topics from faith, to perseverance, to what does right look like to you right now, and to saying no to things that are not in alignment with you and your goals. Shamika also includes a free gift for you! The "Be. Say. Do" workbook to turn your dreams into reality:  https://bit.ly/positivityonfirepodcastgiftRATE & REVIEW THE SHOWReview us on Love the Podcast or Apple Podcasts -- reviews and ratings help others find us and we appreciate your support greatly.ENGAGE WITH THE SHOWSubscribe, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedInCONNECT WITH JAYWebsite, Email, LinkedIn, Instagram, TikTok, or TwitterRESOURCESGuest - Shamika WoodruffWebsite: https://shamikawoodruff.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_shamikawoodruff/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shamikawoodruff/App LinksCalm App; Calm is the #1 app for sleep and meditation. Join the millions experiencing better sleep, lower stress, and less anxiety. (Apple, Android)Amazon Links**EP19: Chatter;The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness ItEP04: The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage by Mel RobbinsEP02: Find Your Why by Simon Sinek (audio version)**As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases
With a lot of determination, perseverance and some grit mixed in for good measure, Michelle Simms started her company in the middle of a recession. Against all odds, her business flourished: Just a decade later, that little company grew into an $85 million enterprise that was acquired by the largest publicly traded home building company in the industry. Today, Michelle blends her real-world experience into a unique coaching style to empower entrepreneurs & business professionals to create the companies, the culture and the future design they wish to achieve. In today’s episode, host Jason Ramsden and guest Michelle Simms cover topics from what motivates us in life, how we make the most of every day, and what living authentically actually means.RATE & REVIEW THE SHOWReview us on Love the Podcast or Apple Podcasts -- reviews and ratings help others find us and we appreciate your support greatly.ENGAGE WITH THE SHOWSubscribe, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedInCONNECT WITH JAYWebsite, Email, LinkedIn, Instagram, TikTok, or TwitterRESOURCESGuest - Michelle SimmsWebsite: https://strivecoachingstudio.com/Podcast: https://strivecoachingstudio.com/podcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strivecoachingstudio/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Strive-Coaching-Studio-112918260611276LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-simms-reiter-883a5312/App LinksCalm App; Calm is the #1 app for sleep and meditation. Join the millions experiencing better sleep, lower stress, and less anxiety. (Apple, Android)Amazon Links**EP19: Chatter;The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness ItEP11: Give and Take by Adam GrantEP04: The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage by Mel RobbinsEP02: Find Your Why by Simon Sinek (
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