J.B. Glossinger is known for overdelivering to his clients and audiences. He certainly over-delivers in this podcast interview!
If your dream career isn’t working out for you, relax. It’s not supposed to happen easily or the first time around. In fact, J.B. shares how he failed at just about everything he tried as he made his escape from the corporate world. Success didn’t come quickly or easily, but the lessons from his journey will accelerate yours. Don’t miss a chance to learn from this enigmatic, engaging, and authentic motivator.
Specifically, in this episode you will learn:
- How to leverage the ease of failure into success
- Why you’re “insane” if you think you don’t have the skills to succeed beyond your current job
- That success isn’t about education; instead, it is about this…
- How to break the rules and creating your own path
- How to talk about your passion in the face of naysayers so that it strengthens your resolve
- How to set your ego aside so it’s not holding you back from success
- The solid advice J.B. received from Penn of Penn & Teller
- How to know when you should give up
- How focusing on money alone is a recipe for failure
- The power of focusing on helping just one person
- How to keep going, even when you don’t fully believe in your ideas
- How to borrow beliefs that will help you to succeed
- Why J.B. studies rock musicians as examples of success
- The power of reading biographies
- The power of posture and presence and how to create it
- The relationship between health and wealth
- How to deal with negative feelings
- The power of action and deliberate practice
- Why you should think about “jazz” instead of “balance”
- What makes relationships work for a busy entrepreneur
- Why some selfishness is required to make relationships work (everyone needs to hear this!)
- How to stop other people from writing your story
- The power of this moment
Success comes from imperfect action. -George Shepard
Thoughts are things, but beliefs make them so. Actions solidify those beliefs. -Prentice Mulford (adapted quote)
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