Podcast: EP 69 Raise Your Standards

Podcast: EP 69 Raise Your Standards

You can be in gratitude and desire at the same time.

 

Let that statement sink in. It’s at the core of being a great giver and a great receiver. And it’s essential to understand if you are going to raise your standards and manifest what you most want.

In this episode, I challenge you to raise your standards by letting yourself desire and be in gratitude. To aim for more joy, more pleasure, more love. I share some of my favorite methods for doing this and I hope you take action on the ones that speak to you.

“Raise your standards and the universe will meet you there.”

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Show notes:

  • The difference between being a great giver and a great receiver (1:30)
  • How to expand yourself to receive more (10:05)

 

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Podcast: EP 69 Raise Your Standards

Podcast: EP 67 Gratitude Is a Game Changer

It’s the 10 year anniversary of my gratitude series.

 

Ten years ago, I started hosting a free interview series every November about gratitude and generosity. I call those two the super g’s because I think they have the power to bring what we want into our lives. This year I’m so excited to be hosting the series for the tenth time that I’m actually doing 10 interviews throughout the month. 

In this episode, I share the story of why I started the Gratitude Series, when I almost quit doing it, and how to practice daily gratitude to bring in all the power it holds. I hope you join me for this year’s gratitude series. It will be an amazing experience, as always.

“To live in gratitude is to live in power.” – Richard Paul Evans

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Show notes:

  • The story behind why I started the Gratitude Series ten years ago and when I almost quit doing it (6:20)
  • How gratitude and generosity are super activators (14:25)
  • Ideas for practicing daily gratitude (16:45)

 

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Podcast: EP 46 The Power of Purpose with Kevin Hall

Podcast: EP 46 The Power of Purpose with Kevin Hall

I’m sharing one of my mentors with you.

 

Back when I was a brand new entrepreneur, I got to be coached by this man, and he had a huge impact on me. I’m so happy to share his wisdom with you today on the podcast.

Kevin Hall is a highly sought-after business consultant, speaker, and coach. He was a partner in Franklin Quest, makers of the Franklin Day planner. As vice president of Sales and training, he helped fuel Franklin’s worldwide growth. He has been recognized for his groundbreaking approach to uncovering the hidden, and often secret, meanings of words. Kevin is also credited with wordsmithing, and trademarking, the original slogan for the 2002 olympic Winter Games, “Ignite the Fire Within.” He has been featured in Forbes magazine, Worth magazine, Nation’s Restaurant News, Restaurant Business, and on the Food network.

 

In this conversation we talk about the power of your intention, your purpose, your words, and the meaning behind what you do. This is a powerful reminder that you can create whatever you most want, if you follow the path of purpose.

 

“Act as if it’s impossible to fail and the way will reveal itself.”

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show notes

  • The 2 top habits to develop (4:35)
  • How Kevin discovered coaching as his calling (10:33)
  • What a private victory is and the importance of them (17:38)
  • What genshai is and how to live it (27:12)

 

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Podcast: 45 Healing the Heart with Richard Paul Evans

Podcast: 45 Healing the Heart with Richard Paul Evans

Let’s talk about the power of gratitude.

 

Every year at this time, I host a gratitude series where I have calls with a few incredible people who share what the power of gratitude is to them. Each year, it’s an amazing experience, and this year has been no different. I had to share this call with you on the podcast because it touched my heart so much, and it featured a recent guest on the show, who I love dearly.

When Richard Paul Evans wrote the #1 global best-seller, The Christmas Box, he never intended on becoming an internationally known author. Three years later, this quiet, simple story of parental love and the true meaning of Christmas made history when it became simultaneously the #1 hardcover and paperback book in the nation.

Since then, more than 8 million copies of The Christmas Box have been printed. Seven of Evans’s books were produced into television movies and have starred such well-known actors as Maureen O’Hara, Rob Lowe, Christopher Lloyd, James Earl Jones, Naomi Watts and Academy award winners Vanessa Redgrave and Ellen Burstyn. He has since written more than 35 consecutive New York Times bestsellers and is one of the few authors in history to have hit both the fiction and non-fiction bestseller lists.  There are currently more than 30 million copies of his books in print.

During the fall of 1998, Evans founded The Christmas Box International, an organization devoted to maintaining emergency shelters and providing services and resources for abused, neglected or homeless children, teens and young adults. To date, more than 85,000 children have been served by the Christmas Box House facilities and programs.

 

 
In this conversation we talk about what Richard has learned in his life about the power of gratitude, how it has transformed his perspective, his business, his relationships, and his marriage. This is one of the best conversations that I’ve recorded, and I’m so happy to share it with you.

 

“To live in gratitude is to live in power..”

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show notes

  • How Richard learned the power of gratitude (3:22)
  • The story of how Richard became a famous author (8:15)
  • How gratitude and generosity have changed Richard’s life (15:07)
  • Why living in gratitude is living in power (24:23)
  • How gratitude saved Richard’s marriage (39:15)

 

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Podcast: EP 24 Mind Movies + Manifesting with Natalie Ledwell

Podcast: EP 24 Mind Movies + Manifesting with Natalie Ledwell

What is your vision for your future?

 

One of my favorite ways to manifest what I want is to envision it. I know from personal experience that this is so powerful. So I was very excited to record a conversation with my dear friend Natalie about the most effective ways to do this.

Natalie Ledwell, author of the bestselling book, Never in Your Wildest Dreams, host of The Inspiration Show and Co-founder of Mind Movies, never imagined where she’d end up.

Raised in rural Australia in a family of 8, she knew that she was destined for something bigger, that she wanted more from her life and to help others find the same, but had no idea how to reach her goals.

Fast forward to today and Natalie and her incredible team at Mind Movies have empowered over 5.8 million people around the world to see beyond their own circumstances, to break down the boundaries real or perceived in their lives… and truly begin to find the lives and success they deserve.

In this conversation, Natalie and I discuss how to shift into this mindset, why everything is going to work out, and the power of creating mind movies in your manifestation process.

“I have this expectation that everything will always work out fine, and if it doesn’t show up exactly the way I think it’s going to, I know that what does show up is always in my highest good.

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show notes

  • Natalie’s story of launching her most successful business through the law of attraction (2:30)
  • What happened to convince Natalie that the law of attraction is real (11:42)
  • How to cultivate a belief that things are always working in your highest good (15:26)
  • Why surrender is so powerful in manifestation (18:35)
  • Why focusing on your being versus your doing is so important (21:40)
  • Ways to get centered and in the zone when visioning (34:40)

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