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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greg Sellar. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greg Sellar, often where they are interviewed.

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Time To Hack the Status Quo And Influence Millions With Greg Sellar

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This podcast is not a sales pitch; its thirty minutes of 25 years experience, and that's an accomplishment, not many reach!

Greg worked in the health and fitness industry for over 25 years, presenting to more than half a million people in 55 countries on behalf of companies and sponsors, including Nike.

Regardless of his achievements, he had recurring questions about what life was going to be like for him at 50, or even 60 and beyond. What would his future look like?

In the spirit of “enough,” he hacked his status quo. He turned his life upside down. 

After moving back to Sydney following 17 years in London, Greg studied coaching, leadership, and mentoring, focusing on neuroscience, positive psychology, and NLP.

In 2020 Greg is now working online and in-person influencing millions worldwide.

If you want to reinvent and relaunch your business in 2021 and reach a broader market, then www.gregsellar.com

 is for you.

Email Greg at greg@gregsellar.com

Apr 06 2020 · 33mins
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Live Recording Greg Sellar Ignite Fitness Business Event

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Feb 26 2020 · 3mins

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How to take your Fitness Presenting Skills into the Corporate and Event World with Guest Greg Sellar

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Greg is an international speaker, consultant and international fitness presenter.

We discuss transitioning OUT of the industry and how you can take your amazing skills into the speaking, corporate and event world.

Greg shares tips and tricks and help us realise the skills we have as Group Exercise are highly rated in other industries where the pay is immensely better. If you are thinking about expanding your horizons and doing something new this is a brilliant conversation

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Aug 29 2019 · 42mins
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Business and Personal Development Series Episode 1 GREG SELLAR

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I talk to Greg Sellar and discusses how overwhelm, self limiting beliefs, changing a negative mindset when faced with obstacles and reframing stressful situations can change your life on a daily basis. Greg recently relocated to LA from Sydney and previously the UK and how he had to change his own thinking and thought patterns to make the best of a challenging situation.

Greg discusses “Life Hacks” tips and strategies and how to go after your goals without getting paralysed by procrastination and fear. Life Hack is Gregs new online programme and he is looking for 20 people to go through the Life Hack programme with him. We talked about morning routines - what the experts do and say and how to stay motivated in a world full of distractions. Greg is a great friend of mine who I admire greatly. He always has wise words and I hope you enjoy our conversation.

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Jan 28 2019 · 36mins

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150 Greg Sellar Find Your Focus and Set Your Year Up For Success

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In this weeks show:  Questions to ask yourself at the start of a new year, Bad habits to avoid, Maintenance versus Progress tasks, Tips for finding focus and avoiding distraction. Greg Sellars work in the fitness industry has seen him speak and present training workshops in over 55 countries worldwide, training over half a million people in the process. He is a ten-time IDEA World presenter and has been recognised as the International Fitness Presenter of the Year 2010 at the International Fitness Showcase. Having worked with some of the biggest brands in fitness including Nike, Total Gym and BOSU, Greg now delivers keynote speeches and his 30-day LIFEHACK program to corporates. He uses his degree in Sports Science and Coaching accreditation to help people better understand what makes them tick in physical and psychological wellbeing.

Feb 06 2018 · 43mins
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Helping clients (and trainers) escape the fitness fail cycle, with Greg Sellar

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Mindset and performance coach Greg Sellar talks fixed and growth mindsets, understanding other’s viewpoints, and why falling off the fitness wagon is feedback, not failure, with Network’s Oliver Kitchingman.
Jan 29 2018 · 22mins
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Episode 15: Friday Five With Greg Sellar

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Don’t Wait! Do Amazing Things Now” – Greg Sellar

I love the fact that through technology I could have this week's conversation with Greg Sellar. He was in Australia, and it was a Tuesday morning - while I was here in NYC on a Monday night.

Both Greg and I have a passion for Neuroscience and Positive Psychology and practically geeked out – yes I said geeked out for a couple of hours the last time we saw each other in person and discovered we both has this mutual love of learning on these topics. Here are my five favorite takeaways and self-reflections from this week’s conversation with fitness expert and status quo hacker – Greg Sellar

1. What Is Your Big Word? Greg talked about the work he did with Matt Church and the idea of your big word – for now, mine is happiness, while Greg's was performance. What is your big word? A word that is a through line for how you want to live your life, contribute to the world and move forward this year?

2. What is one thing that you can turn your attention to hack into a happier and more productive you? Greg talked about the idea of Hacking Your Life to move forward with purpose and passion. What is something that you need to hack? Is it your mindset, your time management, your fitness program?

3. What is something that you excel in that you could spread out into other parts of your life to increase your level of joy? We sometimes get stuck in a life that is no longer in alignment with our values. Greg talked about your intellectual property your IP. What are some things that you bring to your daily life, your strengths and assets that could carry over into another job? Can you use this skill to strengthen your relationships or even improve your inner dialog and self-care?

4. Do You Have a Fixed or Growth mindset? Greg mentioned the work of Carol Dweck, and we both agreed that even when you think you have it dialed in, that smaller fixed mindset can creep into the driver's seat of life, especially when we are not paying attention. Take a moment and pause and ask yourself "Am I focusing on the possibilities of life or on all of the challenges?" Don't judge the answer – simply notice. If the answer is not the one you want – take a deep slow inhale, and a deep slow exhale then softly say, "For this moment I am grateful" – then rinse lather and repeat.

5. Where Are You Coasting? Greg talked about burning the Status Quo. I love that phrase, Burn the Status Quo. Is there an area of your life that you have not tended to, been coasting in or even neglected recently? What is one thing you can do to burn up the status quo in your day to day activities and use that fire fuel that to give you traction and forward momentum towards your goals and dreams?

Feb 10 2017 · 5mins
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Episode 14: Hacking The Status Quo With Greg Sellar

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“Look For The Song Beneath The Words” Greg Sellar

I love this conversation with Greg Sellar, as recently we both have taken the deep dive into Positive Psychology and Neuroscience. He teaches everything that I believe in, and I am excited to share the path that Greg is taking with you today. Greg shares how he began his fitness career by following his sister out of the gym at his local Football Club (think Soccer) and into the aerobics studio next door. He was bored by the old school hydraulic equipment and was drawn in by the disco tunes of Sylvester playing next door.

We both reminisce about the amazing presenters that came out of Australia. Lexie Williams, Cathy Spencer and Rebecca Small to name a few. It was the incredible Marcus Irwin, who to this day I think is one of the top 5 fitness presenters ever, who encouraged Greg to move to the UK to expand his career.

We discuss how often we pigeonhole ourselves into one career and sometimes cannot see beyond what we are currently doing. Greg talks about how the skills that we now apply to one area of our life, can move into many other areas of the world, but first, we have to define what our message is.

Greg openly shares the struggles he had when he moved back to Australia after seventeen years away. We talk about the dangers of playing the comparison game, how sometimes it is necessary to say yes before you are ready, the power of asking for help and how to hack your status quo.

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Greg's not sure what happened when he turned 40. It wasn't a mid-life crisis because there was no crisis, he just thought, "enough". He'd had enough knowing that the upcoming year was going to be a carbon copy of the last. He knew his life was good, but he wanted phenomenal. If the next 40 years were going to be different, his cage needed some serious rattling.

Everyone accused him of always sitting on the fence. He had thoughts – good, bad and ugly – but kept them to himself at the risk of rocking the boat, being confrontational, or god forbid, disliked. He ended up doing stuff he didn’t like, with people he tolerated for money, and usually less money than he deserved.

He worked for other people despite the word ‘boss’ never resonating, never imagining someone else ruling his time and effort. He was happy to work with people, but working for them left him feeling bigger stages awaited. The idea of a commute, offices, and rules seemed to be written for people who were happy to accept them. That's not him.

Greg worked in the health and fitness industry for over 25 years, presenting to more than half a million people in 55 countries on behalf of companies and sponsors including Nike. Regardless of his achievements, he had recurring questions about what life was going to be like for him at 50, or even 60 and beyond. Would he be doing the same thing, and if not, what would his future look like?

In the spirit of "enough", he hacked his status quo. He literally turned his life upside down. After moving back to Sydney following 17 years in London, Greg studied coaching, leadership and mentoring, focusing on neuroscience, positive psychology and NLP. He took everything he had learned from his work, travels and the extraordinary people he'd met and decided to act.

His speaking, workshops, coaching and products are the result. No more saying yes to please others, no more beating around the bush, and definitely no more under-valuing his experience. He’s truth telling as he understands it – compulsively, immediately and repeatedly.

Feb 07 2017 · 54mins