Dr. McCoy reveals how clever manipulative people are at influencing us, to the point that we think we’re crazy! Find out what it takes to be a manipulative person, and how you may actually have a hand in causing their behavior to continue. [Read more…]
Jeff Olson is the author of The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success & Happiness. A book that reveals how to create success in your health, career, relationships, and everywhere else in life. As CEO of two corporations, as well as the founder of one of the largest personal-development training organizations in the nation called The People’s Network, and a consistently top-ranked trainer in the industry, Jeff knows a thing or two about success.
In this episode, Jeff reveals that success is not about taking quantum leaps, it’s about making the right decisions day after day by adopting a philosophy that is in line with your ultimate goals. The podcast is jam packed with golden nuggets of information, so make sure you have a notepad ready. [Read more…]
The residue of negative emotions after a significant event happens in your life can become consuming and controlling. They can affect your perspectives, the decisions you make, the people you connect with, and even your health.
So why do we hold on to negative emotions of an event from the past? What keeps something like anger, sadness, and other negative states around for weeks, or even years? The answer is: [Read more…]
It’s truly challenging to be grateful for something until you’ve experienced inner appreciation first. After that, appreciation for everything else comes easier. When you’re in stress and overwhelm mode however, it’s almost impossible to stop and appreciate anything. After all, once turmoil takes the stage, it steals the show!
We tend to focus only on what isn’t working in our lives instead of channeling our energy towards what is. One of the reasons we do that is because of our survival mechanism. We are conditioned to continuously monitor for danger. So our awareness focuses more on what could harm us, and less on what is harm-less. [Read more…]
We typically expect reciprocation for our time and effort. In fact, many of us expect something in return to the point that if we don’t get it, we become disappointed, or even angry. We’ve been conditioned in our society to count on a return on our investments.
However, there are times when we want to give out of compassion or kindness. It is during these times when our hearts are involved. We give for the mere joy of giving. But there are people who appear to be giving, but are actually setting you up for the take! Those are the types of people I like to call SACs: Strings-Attached Contributors. [Read more…]