In today’s episode, James shares a framework he created while helping himself and his clients work through the comparison trap. He also shares a framework he learned recently that shines light on 3 areas to focus on to live life on your terms.
Chances are you're really good at what you do and you're here because you're ready to level up from good to GREAT, so let's get started.
If you are a growth oriented person, you’ll understand that every level has a new devil. You’ll notice a gap in skill and in Identity. This is where self-doubt can rear its head and destroy your consistency/ momentum.
In this episode, James will break down what self doubt is, where it can come from and strategies to work through it.
In this episode, you will learn why we hit plateaus in our life, whether it’s in our relationships, businesses or in our relationships. You will also gain strategies to work through these moments and decide on what action should or should not be taken.
MarQuez Haynes is a former professional basketball player, a mindfulness consultant, and a coach. Today, he is President & Co-Founder of Legacy Wealth Management Group, where he teaches investors & entrepreneurs proven techniques to acquire wealth through real estate.
MarQuez is a life-long learner and an epic traveler. Join us for the episode as we walk down memory lane, learn about his impactful self-discovery journey, and understand his thought process.
Celinne Da Costa is a coach and a subconscious expert. She helps her clients rewrite their stories, and reprogram their minds, so that they live out their soul’s highest expression and destiny.
She has been featured in Forbes as one of the top online business experts and has her TED Talk.
Celinne is brave, and taking that bold stride has translated into a fantastic career, which I admire.
Our conversation is deep and philosophical, which I am sure you would find insightful and thought-provoking.
The right Relationships can catapult you to a new level of lifestyle but the relationships that support us, challenge us and help us grow into a greater version of ourselves take intentional effort over time.
Today, James shares 7 strategies that will help you create and keep strong relationships in your life.
Listen and apply what aligns so that you can keep those you care about close to you as you continue to master your craft, achieve your goals and experience new milestones.
Relationships can be the source of our greatest joy, fulfillment and happiness while simultaneously being the greatest source of pain, frustration and stress.
Today, James shares what he sees as 7 signs that will help you recognize what relationships may no longer serve you, your goals and the type of person you choose to be.
Let this be an invitation to start the conversations necessary that will shift and/or release the relationships in your life.
Adam Webb, Chief Revenue Officer at Sunder Energy, is a nationally ranked sales professional with diverse tactical and strategic experience in finance, marketing, human resources, and operations.
He is a seasoned leader and manager who strives to return value to the world through business and humanitarian efforts. Adam has been in the direct sales field for over 14 years now. He’s also a published author, patented inventor, a non-profit founder, and a father to 5 children.
I love his attitude towards life. He’s fun, open-minded, and exploratory. I think you’ll take away a lot from our conversation.
Our days can fly by in the blink of an eye. Whether it’s the errands that need to be run, fires that need to be put out, trainings that need to be done or the conversations that need to be had, we can feel burnt out, anxious and stressed during and at the end of our day which can take a toll on our mental and emotional health.
Today’s episode addresses an audience member’s question. Someone reached out to James asking if He could answer a question stemming around “How can I stay centered and more present throughout my day given all the things I need to get done”. James shares 7 strategies that will help restore energy, strengthen efficiency and lessen the “cognitive load” that zaps your energy. Tune in and take notes.
Your ego can be your best friend or your worst enemy. You get to choose. In today’s episode James shares his Healthy/Unhealthy Ego framework to help you check your Ego so you can continue to level up your relationships, business and life.