From a young age, we’re taught that we should make as few mistakes as possible. This sets the tone for our perspective and mindset throughout adulthood, hindering us from reaching our goals. How do we shift this mindset? Today’s guest teaches us how to look at ourselves, understand the cause of our actions, and what we can do about it.
In this week’s episode, David Neagle, a well-recognized life coach and mentor, joins us to talk about his personal success story. David is someone who quit high school, but changed his attitude and tripled his income in a month. David also discusses the pitfalls of an individualistic mindset and emphasizes the importance of giving up control in building confidence and self-esteem.
Learn the three things David changed in himself that led him to success.
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Making mistakes is a crucial part of growth. Sometimes, we don’t learn until we start taking action and slipping up. Some people might see mistakes as failure and never try. Don't let that fear of mistakes stop you — you never know how something ends until you try. And even if you fail, so what? Learn from that loss, and try again. Don't focus on the fact that you fell — instead, pick yourself up and take action to do better.
In this episode, Victor Shine joins us to discuss how he helped find a missing child in Brooklyn and what we can learn from that experience. Victor also draws on his experience and background in business to share his insights and practical advice on taking action to become a better entrepreneur and person.
If you want to hear about Victor Shine story and learn why you should start taking action, then this episode is for you.
Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode: