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Oct 21, 2019

Today’s episode with my guest, Alan Stein, Jr., is a must-listen if you’re having trouble moving forward.  We had an amazing conversation about how to reach your highest potential -- and it might surprise you to know that taking one small action each day can help you do that.

Sounds counter-intuitive, right?  But thinking like a top performer doesn’t mean making sweeping changes.  That just makes you feel overwhelmed. You need the mindset of a winner, you need to be super self-aware, and you need to take specific, intentional actions to keep moving forward.

What We Talk About In This Episode:
  • How finding the intersection between what you love to do and what you’re really good at can bring happiness, purpose, and success.
  • Why “performing” is not just for athletes and entertainers -- and how it’s involved in every part of your life.
  • Why you need to level up and raise your game to become the best version of yourself.
  • Why you need to not just learn new things but you need to implement what you learn and take action, too.
  • How getting clarity on who you want to become actually simplifies your life.
  • The key components to closing the performance gaps -- those gaps between who are now and who you want to become --  in the different areas of your life.
  • What to do when your goals and your daily habits are not in alignment.

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