Developing your Personal Power with Tyler Watson | Marketing Expedition Podcast
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Tyler Watson is a life and business breakthrough specialist and creator of the Abundance Alignment Technique, a revolutionary new high achievement strategy that goes beyond mindset and skillset to align every energy system in the body and dramatically shortcut the time and effort it takes to get real results. Tyler went from a place of depression, addiction, financial struggles, and not believing in himself to developing a process that helped change not only his life but also the lives of thousands of others in record time. Tyler has worked with businesses and teams, million-dollar coaches and public figures, and hundreds of entrepreneurs and families. Abundancemasters.com00:00 - 2:02 Tyler’s bio2:02 - 5:31 Marketing essentials 5:31 - 6:46 Stash App https://www.peppershock.com/product/stash-20-of-a-stock-offer/6:46 - 7:05 Welcome to Peppershock Media’s Marketing Expedition Podcast7:05 - 7:23 Welcome Tyler 7:23 - 21:45 Tyler’s journey 21:45 - 28:52 Successful experiences 28:52 - 32:06 Tyler’s marketing tactics 32:06 - 40:34 Real-life example40:34 - 43:54 Tyler’s mentors and coaches 43:54 - 49:16 Tyler’s advice 49:16 - 50:46 How to connect with Tyler https://www.facebook.com/groups/abundancehacking50:46 - 51:18 Thank you, Tyler51:18 - 51:47 Thank you for listening 51:47 - 52:26 Join https://themarketingexpedition.com/ today!Stash is an app for banking, saving and investing. Try it with this link and add cash, you’ll get $20 of a stock and we’ll get a bonus too.#personaldevelopment #motivation #personalgrowth #mindset #inspiration #success #abundancealignmenttechnique #growth #coaching #goals #mindfulness #marketing #branding #adversting #business#entrepreneur
Richard Paige sits down with Tyler Watson, Wabash class of 2022 and member of the COVID Action Response and Education team, discussing resilience in the Wabash man, choosing Wabash for basketball, and finding the balance between student and administration perspectives (Episode 299).
Ken: Tyler is an incredible award-winning life coach, a marketing strategy Guru, and he is fantastic at developing the sales process in people. In Monday’s podcast we talked about learning to sail a ship and how it takes wind and waves to sail. So, what struggles in your life have helped you to get to where you are? Tyler: Well, I would say every single struggle that I've ever been through got me to where I am today. specifically, some of the bigger ones, like earlier on, was actually my parents' divorce and during that time. I didn't think of it as a struggle as a kid, I was 12 yrs. old. I just thought hey they got a divorce that's how it works, but growing up I was like founded and grounded in family and faith and then to have it all the sudden just ended in a divorce, out of the blue. I didn't even know they were arguing or they were upset. So, I felt I took on this personal responsibility that I did something wrong that I could have done something to prevent that and that was really tough. I ended up struggling with worst things and going through depression, from about 12 to 18 years old, suicidal tendencies, pornography addictions, video game addictions, and just struggling to tell the truth. Like I did those things but I never told anybody. I thought I just had to pretend and act like the perfect kid and do all the things that everybody tells me to do. I felt like I was wearing this mask and even though I got good grades, was class president and VIP and I got MVP in high school, and all the stuff. I thought what is the whole point? Because at the end of the day I felt very disconnected, unheard, and unloved. One of the best ways is the abundant alignment technique previously known as the complete alignment technique. It basically goes in, and how it works is; in our bodies we have what's called fight or flight responses. (AKA allergies and addictions.) So, when I have a goal, something I want to go toward my body's interpretations of that goal... So, we're in the game of turning those off so that they don't happen anymore. In this case it might be something like I might feel like I'm not good enough, I can't ever please her, so then I'd tap anywhere on the body where I feel that feeling of anger or frustration. I’d tap on the body and repeat, I just can't ever please her, I'm just upset. Just tap wherever that is felt on the body. Then what you're going to do is to tap on your forehead and then continue tapping all the way from your forehead over the top of your head, down to the base of your neck while breathing in through the nose. Then you're going to breathe out while going back to the forehead while tapping again from the forehead back to the back of the neck while breathing out. You're going to do those three times, so it's going to be breathing in while tapping and then exhaling while tapping. You are going to do each three times in a row. Then while tapping you're going to pant like a dog, 3 times and then you smile at the end. What that does is, when you state the negative, it's like taking a big rock and throwing it into a pond. It makes his huge disconnection or ripple. In that moment your fight flight responses are firing, you're wanting to run, you're wanting to hide, or you want to confront it, all the stuff. Yet when you're tapping it's like throwing in lots of little rocks around that big rock and it stops the waves, stops the disruption, and brings it into a state of peace. Please subscribe to this podcast and leave a rating and review, to help others find this podcast. Also join the Facebook group. Here is the spot to click and set up a time so we can discuss how you can use these tools and others to get your amazing life!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youramazinglife/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/youramazinglife/support
This week, Justin is joined by 5x recurring guest and friend of the program, Minnesota Twins minor league starting pitcher Tyler Watson. Justin and Tyler talk about last week's guest and Tyler's former teammate Tyler Wells, what Tyler did to stay in shape during the 2020 layoff between seasons, and what's next for his career. Enjoy!Follow Tyler on social media!Twitter/Instagram: @SteamedFruit
Tyler Watson On The Value of Juco Ball, Arm Angles & More
From Phenom To The Farm
Former minor league LHP Tyler Watson is today's guest. The guys talk...- The value of playing junior college baseball.- Struggling bouncing between arm angles and battling injuries. - The importance of the conversation around mental health in baseball. - Thinking about your future after baseball during your career. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this episode, we interview abundance hacker Tyler Watson. Tyler brings such special energy to this conversation. If youre in a rut, this episode is something you MUST listen to. We chat about overcoming addictions, making lasting changes in life, and so much more! Be prepared to take notes as Tyler blesses us with so many gems!
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast: We meet Dawn Tyler Watson. via Zoom from her home in Montreal. To call Dawn Tyler Watson a blues singer isn’t quite accurate. Sure, she’s called the Queen of the Blues in Montreal and latest record “Mad Love,” just won the 2020 JUNO award for Blues Album of the Year, but her music also infuses elements of Jazz, Soul, Rock, and Gospel to pushes the boundaries of traditional Blues. We caught up, talking about what she learned while busking in the subway, taking home the coveted first-place prize at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis in 2017, why she used to have imposter’s syndrome, but doesn’t anymore and how her perspective on everything changed after triple bypass surgery.I started the interview by asking how she and her dog Molly are doing these days.Then, Chris Hadfield stops by to discuss when science and pop culture collide.
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast: We meet Dawn Tyler Watson. via Zoom from her home in Montreal. To call Dawn Tyler Watson a blues singer isn’t quite accurate. Sure, she’s called the Queen of the Blues in Montreal and latest record “Mad Love,” just won the 2020 JUNO award for Blues Album of the Year, but her music also infuses elements of Jazz, Soul, Rock, and Gospel to pushes the boundaries of traditional Blues. We caught up, talking about what she learned while busking in the subway, taking home the coveted first-place prize at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis in 2017, why she used to have imposter’s syndrome, but doesn’t anymore and how her perspective on everything changed after triple bypass surgery. I started the interview by asking how she and her dog Molly are doing these days. Then, Chris Hadfield stops by to discuss when science and pop culture collide.