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337: Topic | Mindset Shift with David Meltzer, Trent Shelton, and Tim Storey

337: Topic | Mindset Shift with David Meltzer, Trent Shelton, and Tim Storey

Update: 2019-10-09
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David Meltzer, author of Connected to Goodness; Trent Shelton, author of The Greatest You; and life coach Tim Storey share with your host, Travis Chappell, their thoughts on "who you know" and "what you know."

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • David Meltzer
  • If you’re doing something you don’t enjoy, you can still derive purpose out of it in order to cultivate passion for it.
  • If you don’t understand what’s going on, try to understand it and put faith into what you want out of the situation.
  • Trent Shelton
  • Once he realized that motivational speaking was his passion, he reached out to coaches to improve his skills and dove right into video creation.
  • Being consistent results in people trusting you and results in shareability of your content.
  • Consistency also means you will inevitably grow and get better at what you do.
  • Tim Storey
  • Don’t focus so much on making choices and decisions that you close yourself off from discovery.
  • People often know they’re going to be successful, but the question is how you will get there and where you’ll end up, which is where discovery comes in.
  • Some confidence is innate, but the other factors are environmental.

 

3 Key Points:

  1. Learning what you want and finding your passion and purpose will inspire others, who will do the same and inspire more people, creating a chain of impact.
  2. Consistency is the most necessary ingredient in whatever you do.
  3. Confidence is both innate and cultivated by your environment.

 

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “It’s what we infuse light into. It’s how we find the light. In fact, if you hate somebody or you disagree with someone, the easiest thing to do is find a light, find something you do like about them, look for the positive side.” –David Meltzer
  • “Consistency means reliable, and when you’re reliable you become trustworthy.” –Trent Shelton
  • “Even if it’s not innate, if you’re shy, if you’re the kid that was bullied, get you around the right environment and we’re gonna get the right results.” –Tim Storey


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337: Topic | Mindset Shift with David Meltzer, Trent Shelton, and Tim Storey

337: Topic | Mindset Shift with David Meltzer, Trent Shelton, and Tim Storey