Performers at the highest levels don’t rely solely on their natural abilities. In its place, they capitalize on the advantages of switching between two distinct yet mutually reinforcing states of mind: one for thorough preparation and another for peak performance under pressure. My guest today is Brian Levenson, an executive and mental performance coach who has spent years working with top achievers in the fields of sports, business, and the arts. Brian was surprised by what he saw from the sports field to the executive suite. Many talented people were falling short of their ambitions not because they lacked the required talents but because they lacked an appreciation for the thought patterns that drove them. In today’s episode, Brian reveals his findings for making the mindset adjustment necessary to excel at both preparation and performance.
A particular message is receiving a lot of play these days. The message is clear: if you want to make it in life, you need to put yourself front and center, make your way to the top, become the boss, or do whatever it takes to achieve the success set before you. But suppose there is a different approach. What if there is more to life than just the pursuit of notoriety, wealth, and influence? Tim Schurrer encourages listeners to rethink what it means to be successful and discover a more open approach to reaching our goals throughout today’s episode of the pursuit of learning podcast.
Did you ever wonder why your brand does not have any sales and why it keeps happening? Maybe the customers don’t know your brand, or basically, they do not trust you. If you are interested in finding out how to drive sales for your brand, then this episode is just for you. Our guest today is Jeremy Miller, Strategy Consultant and Founder of Sticky Branding and the author of ‘’ Sticky Branding: 12.5 Principles to Stand Out, Attract Customers, and Grow an Incredible Brand’’. Throughout the episode, we dive into why the sticky brand is important to brand owners, shared experience, simple clarity, service your customers brilliantly, being brilliant at the basics, creating a visual identity, and more.
It is no longer customary to define career advancement solely in terms of promotions, transfers, and title changes. Beyond the ascent up the positional ladder, there are numerous more ways personnel can and desire to develop. Nevertheless, many businesses continue to operate under the misconception that promotions are the only choice for professional advancement, leaving employees disengaged, managers frustrated, and the company at a disadvantage in its efforts to retain talent. In today’s episode of pursuit of learning, we speak with Julie Winkle Giulioni about seven different dimensions, how we may focus on his leaders to create a sticky business and practical suggestions and methods a firm can implement.
Money cannot purchase happiness. Yes, it simplifies the other tasks by smoothing out some of the rough spots. However, it is not the determining factor of happiness. Instead, money influences many of our choices. We are all concerned with earning, spending, and saving money, regardless of our income level or spiritual beliefs. Yet few of us comprehend the fundamental essence of money. Today’s guest, Jonathan K. DeYoe, tells us how to save, invest, pay off debt, and fund our retirement and goals by creating a lifetime income stream and how to develop a unique financial plan based on our most cherished values.