As always, here's another monthly edition of the Wheel of Life! In TEN categories of life, rate yourself on a scale 1-10. Here are the categories..... HealthMental EmotionalRelationship/PartnerFamilyFriendsMission ExperiencesSpiritFinancesLearning See how your previous month has been with the prompts provided in this podcast! https://open.spotify.com/show/0x39CEN5tHvfRtfZaAMTgQ
Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6: Episode 28 | The Way We Use Our Time: 24 Hours
Are you aware of what you do throughout your day? How much time is wasted at specific times? How about what you think about? On your journey to work, in the morning, or even in front of the TV? What's your most dominant thought? In today's episode, I will evaluate how people in England spend... Continue Reading →
Topic: Are Podcast Stats Everything?
So, a video had come out on Buzzsprout talking about "podcast stats" and are they truly meaningful. Now, most of you already know that my podcast, which had originated back in January of 2016, has been stagnant forEVER. But do I care? No. That was a passion-project and still is today. Although a very small... Continue Reading →
Topic: Don’t Settle for Less!
We've got a LONG PODCAST today! DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS, PEOPLE! I was talking to a teacher from Swaziland yesterday and she made a very important point when we were giving our stories. I told her, "there was nothing else left for me in that area of life but I kept giving myself false hope... Continue Reading →
Don’t Let People Minimize You
In this episode, I talk about how people get into FAD or PWM (people without money) markets. For example, Bitcoin was a FAD market. In 2018, the hysteria was insane. You had people making podcasts, videos, etc....and they all fell for it. Sure, Bitcoin still exists today, but the hysteria has gone away and the... Continue Reading →
100,000 Plays for my ESL Podcast! | Macro-Goal Achieved!
UNBELIEVABLE! After 2 years and almost two months, I've achieved one of the biggest, most monumental goals since podcasting. The six-figure plateau has been reached, all thanks to the 172 countries and 4.1k cities that have tuned in. I can't say how grateful I am, but in this podcast, I express my gratitude by giving... Continue Reading →
IGTV Podcast Series | Relationship Talk | Mira Butler
BOOM! And just like that, here's the first of what's going to be a NUMBER of IGTV live podcasts. I was elated when I found out that I can finally save the live videos to an IGTV series. This was just so much content and so many golden nuggets put into one. I must apologize... Continue Reading →
Business English Podcast | Investment | Episode 003 | All Levels | Retirement Planning
Business English podcast is back! And it's back with a BANG! I know, some of you are saying "retirement?! I'm trying to survive!" However, when your fight-or-flight system is engaged, your perception of life could also be foggy. This could be dangerous because you don't have the end in mind/keeping your eye on the prize.... Continue Reading →
Rich Dad Poor Dad | S5 – E39 | Lesson VII | Overcoming obstacles
Once people have studied and become financially literate, they may still face roadblocks to becoming financially independent. There are five main reasons why financially literate people may still not develop abundant asset columns that could produce a large cash flow. The five reasons are: Fear Cynicism Laziness Bad habits Arrogance I have never met anyone... Continue Reading →
Stephen Covey: The 7 Low-Trust Organizational Taxes – Turnover/Churn
Employee turnover represents a huge cost for organizations, and in low-trust cultures, turnover is in excess of the industry or market standard. I'm not talking about the desirable turnover of non performers, but the undesirable turnover of performers. Low trust creates disengagements, which leads to turnover -- particularly of the people you least want to... Continue Reading →