Most people like talking about their goals - but to achieve real breakthrough results in your life our business, it's not about what you SAY but about what you DO. Are you willing to do what it takes to create the reality you want?
Whatever your goal is, there will always be something to hold you back or stop you. In this episode we'll talk about overcoming those, and how a healthy dose of scepticism will get you unstuck, keep you out of your comfort zone, working towards achieving your most important goals.
If you'd like the next step, download a complimentary Actionplan to supplement this episode (and your goals) at http://go.wilko.ca/actionplan
Who wants to have more money in their life? In this episode I'll introduce you to new options to
save money, earn additional money, and ultimately save a lot of time.
Many people work hard - very hard - and even harder to stay broke. "If I work hard the company will take care of me", they think (or even say out loud). That used to be the rule. Work hard and stay loyal. It's not the reality in today's world. If you want to have any success in your life you have to take control of your life.
I don't teach "yet another" success-scheme. Everything I teach comes from my experience because it worked for me. I'm here to show people options: different ways how you can get to your financial goals instead of following along the beaten path.
To learn more and take the next step, you can download my complimentary resource with this episode here: http://go.wilko.ca/actionplan
There’s Facebook. There’s Twitter. There’s YouTube. As creative entrepreneurs, they tell us we have to do so much: webinars, blogs, websites, social media ads, it never ends. And then there are marketing professionals out there looking for clients, folks who are eager to grow their business helping you do exactly that. Nothing wrong with that. I appreciate anyone trying to build a business and doing something meaningful with their time.
The thing is, out of all the things I “have” to do to be successful, none of the options seem to work independently to help professionals reach their business goals. You have to use some combination of these resources, and you’re still not guaranteed to reach your goals.
In this episode I'll share a bit of a rant about marketing - and how to overcome these obstacles.
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I’m a frequent flyer but actually have a mild fear of turbulence. Fear of the unknown is the root of all emotion disturbance. This is all too true when it comes to flying. Turbulence, is the second biggest fear amongst travelers (actually crashing is the number one fear).
Flying smaller planes across the North Sea back in Europe helped me overcome most of it, but some days I still get ultra-nervous when that seatbelt sign comes on mid-flight. When, on a recent flight to Las Vegas, they never turned off that pesky seatbelt sign, I knew we were in for a ride. Even the cabin crew never left their seats. The good news was that the winds were so strong we made it to Vegas half an hour faster than usual. The bad news? I was white-knuckling it the whole way. And with me many others.
On arrival I promised myself to learn more – and share my findings in this podcast episode. As with many fears I think some research and understanding what actually happens and how planes are built to withstand many types of turbulence would help me deal with this better so I can enjoy my on-board coffee / wine more.
Enjoy - and, travel safe.
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Every day I see some ad on social media talking about books, seminars and workshops promising to make us more successful. Many of these have some great advice that is worthy of our attention - but most of them miss the mark completely.
In this episode I'll share my two cents as you go out and build your empire
What’s the story of your life? At what time did you feel happiest? I ask authors in my book-writing program: What’s the most meaningful story you have to tell the world? I believe we all have experienced or learned something significant in life. We all have a story that, when shared, will be of value to the world. Your story not only deserves to be heard, in my opinion it's your moral imperative to get it out there.
In this episode I share my thoughts on sharing your story - whether you choose to write it down in a book, or just conversing with your coworkers at the watercooler. Your story is yours. How do you share it?
This Living by Experience podcast episode contains a short story from my new book, The Freedom Project Love 2.0. The books introduces an upgraded view to the way humans relate to each other. It’s available on Amazon and through http://www.freedomprojectbook.com/love
Is it time to get started on your story, and write it down? Watch a free preview of my book writing program today at https://www.writeabookinaweek.com
In our fast paced world, finding free time for yourself is very rare, let alone time to start a side hustle. We all understand that we must grow as individuals, but finding time to work on your personal development almost never happens. How do you spend your free time?
To get the creative juices flowing, I’ll include some suggestions below. Take a look at some of the linked articles and websites in this complimentary Action Plan to help you decide what might work for you:
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Most people have too much work to do and too little time to do it. They worry about keeping their day-job. There’s not enough time for vacation, or spending quality time with loved ones. In my Financial Freedom and Millionaire Mindset class I pass along what I’ve learned. Check it out. It’s about having options. If you’d like more, check out the free preview video.
Isabel Allende said you are the storyteller of your own life, and you can decide to create your own legend, or not. You’re the one that decides what your goals are, and how you align your priorities with those goals. You can go after them, or not. Too often we blame things outside of our control for not getting what we want.
In this episode, I'll talk about how you're the author of the story of your own life. This doesn't just apply to the future (we talked about setting goals last week) and designing your life that way, but also about the past. What stories are you telling about yourself? How do you talk and think about your accomplishments and achievements?
To download your complimentary action plan with this week's episode, please go to https://go.wilko.ca/actionplan
Dreams are free, but the hustle is sold separately. Walking out the revolving door of some corporate office to follow your passion is the easy part, what comes after isn’t. Trying to build something out of a dream is really hard work. My book "The Wealthy Artist" is my common sense guide of how to do it right.
In this episode, I'll share 8 ways to become successful and achieve your goals in life and business faster.
To get your complimentary Financial Freedom Action Plan from this episode, please download the PDF file from https://go.wilko.ca/actionplan
Today I'll share my unusual take on business reporting and why the numbers don't matter as much as many entrepreneurs believe - even if your business isn't doing so great.
Learn more about my podcast at https://livingbyexperience.com/radio
The photography book I use in this episode as an example can be viewed at http://www.viewtotakehome.com
Last but not least, if you're a creative entrepreneur, author, artist, or anything in between and want to learn more about how to apply these success principles to your business to start seeing some different results, have a look at my Growth Hacking Guide. It'll help you find your leads, and make more money - organically.
Complimentary download for a limited time - https://go.wilko.ca/2HsAzpy
This free guide will give you a play-by-play plan for organically growing your business, finding your leads, and turning curious prospects into paying customers. I'm talking about organic growth, not "boosting" your posts or wasting your money on stuff that doesn't get results.