We generally think of employment as safe and entrepreneurship as risky. Those of us who think this suffer the risks of employment, and miss out on the opportunity to create real wealth by owning a business. Listen to this episode to find out a risk-free definition for entrepreneurship.
There are two types of people: those who think they are who they are and that’s never going to change, and those who think that they are whomever they choose to become. Which group are you in? Because I can promise you, it’s those in the latter group who are making all the money and having all the fun. Listen to this episode to learn how to join us.
Many entrepreneurs gain weight when they work long hours, but some do not. So it’s not the long hours that are the problem. It’s what you’re thinking about the long hours that causes the weight gain. Listen to this episode to begin to unravel these thoughts so you can avoid weight gain during your busy times at work.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if every day were the best day ever? We tend to think that what we’re doing or what’s happening around us affects our enjoyment of life, but the truth is that showing up as our best selves and making the decision to have the best day ever are all we need to make it happen. Listen to this episode to learn more.
Does the idea of getting Rich & Thin appeal to you on some level, but it also feels out of reach or not quite important enough to pursue in light of your worries and problems? If so, listen to this episode because it explains why pursuing wealth is anything but frivolous. It’s essential to your survival and a very important thing to do.
Frustrated entrepreneurs are generally those who are “looking for their passion.” Listen to this episode to find out why the search for passion leads to suffering, and why purpose is much better than passion for building your business and your wealth.
Service is a key ingredient to building wealth. It not only helps you earn money. It helps you earn money that you can feel good about. But too many of us are thinking that we’re serving others, when what we’re actually doing is a disservice. Listen to this episode to find out the differences between service and disservice, so you can put them to work in your own life.
Everyone thinks they want more, but mostly, what we really want is less. Less stuff in our homes. Fewer things to do. More space in our calendars. The space in between is called white space. It’s a hallmark of wealth, and the way to achieve it is through constraint. Listen to this episode to find out three ways that constraint will help you create wealth.
How many times have you followed advice that’s burned up your time, money, and energy, and gotten you nowhere? In this episode we discuss the various types of weight that result from following bad advice, and what you can do to avoid it and put yourself on the critical path to wealth.
We’ve all heard that we should “start with why.” We’ve been told to pinpoint a compelling reason to do something—that a big-enough reason will move us forward—but often the search for a reason is what keeps us stuck. The truth is that the only good reason to do anything is because you want to. No other reason is necessary. Listen to this episode and find out why.