Have you ever wondered what defines greatness?
As a thought starter, can you recall a performance that was less than great? Perhaps it was a musician, actor, athlete, public speaker, or someone else who—from a technical standpoint—was incredibly talented. Yet, their performance still fell flat.
Alternatively, a business could be making all the profit in the world, but that doesn’t necessarily make it great. What about the impact it has on others? Is it making the world a better place?
As today’s guest suggests, “excellence is not greatness, greatness is excellence plus honor”—which you’re going to learn all about during today’s discussion!
In this episode, I’m excited to be chatting with my friend and best-selling author, John David Mann who shares an intimate look at how he co-wrote his latest book The Recipe with award-winning chef, Charles Carroll. He takes us on an insightful journey from the origins of the book, to his writing process, to casting a line for big ideas!
Whether you’re a writer, an artist, or someone who is trying to find a deeper meaning in your life, this conversation is for you. It’s filled with wisdom on a wide range of topics, from the technical side of writing to deeper subjects, such as love, loss, and living in the moment.
Get access to the full show notes, including links to all the resources mentioned by visiting: http://frontrowfactor.com/john-david-mann-the-recipe
If you had a goal – and you knew you couldn’t fail, you’d go for it, right? But what if you knew you would fail – would you still go for it?
In this episode, author and motivational speaker, Andrea Waltz, gives her insight on just how transformational rejection can be. Andrea shares her personal story of failure and success and challenges listeners to overcome their own fears with a few simple tools and strategies.
Is the fear of “NO” holding you back?
Here’s What You’ll Discover…
Get access to the full show notes, including links to all the resources mentioned by visiting: http://frontrowfactor.com/andrea-waltz
Do you ever feel like you are going through the motions of life? Are your days filled with things you have to do rather than those that you get to do? What if you could reshape your life right now by taking little steps each day?
In this episode, Ironman and fitness coach, Lance Carter, reveals how he transformed himself from a depressed busboy clearing tables at a restaurant to a nine-time Ironman triathlete. He offers simple strategies that are effective, inspirational, and most important – easy enough for anyone to follow.
After completing his first Ironman race, Lance realized: ''If I just did that—what else am I capable of?''
Ready to find out what you're capable of?
Get access to the full show notes, including links to all the resources mentioned by visiting: http://frontrowfactor.com/lance-carter
Think of the last time you accomplished a major goal in your life. In what way did that experience shape who you are now?
Setting a big goal with a strong ‘why’ has the power to push us forward—even when we don’t want to—and can lead us towards achieving our ultimate potential.
Which is why I’m excited to be talking with my buddy Brad Weimert today. With only 45 days to train, Brad has set an ambitious challenge to hike the equivalent of climbing Mt. Everest twice. His goal is to raise $58,058 for Explore Austin—an organization that helps mold the youth of Austin into amazing, well rounded adults by teaching them life skills through adventure.
Brad’s adventures never cease to amaze me, but what truly inspires me is the the message and meaning behind each of his goals. He reminds us that if there’s something you’re not doing because you’re uncomfortable or afraid, that’s probably your cue for moving towards it. The ripples that are created as a result, have the power to completely transform your world.
In our conversation, we talk about the power of mentorship, his training routine, preparation techniques, mindset and much more.
Here’s What You’ll Discover…
Get access to the full show notes, including links to all the resources mentioned by visiting: http://frontrowfactor.com/brad-weimert-goal-setting
For many of us, lack of confidence leaves us stressed out, anxious, and unable—not to mention unwilling—to go after our dreams. What if you could stop questioning yourself, leave regrets and anxiety behind and move further towards accomplishing your biggest goals?
In this episode, positive psychology expert Louisa Jewell shows you how to use the principles of positive psychology to overcome harmful chronic self-doubt. Her tips and strategies will make a real difference in your day-to-day life—at work and at home.
As Louisa puts it, “Happiness is really having the confidence to show up in the world as your true authentic self and to live your true authentic life.”
Show Notes: http://frontrowfactor.com/louisa-jewell