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Achieving Balance for Greater Success with Walt Hampton

Mastering Midlife Podcast

Walt Hampton is a leadership coach, consultant, best-selling author and outdoor enthusiast. Walt graduated from Cornell Law School and practiced law for over thirty years before transitioning to his current role as Founder and CEO of Summit Success International, a personal and professional development firm. Walt’s experience as a single father and managing partner of a law firm inspired him to find balance in his life and create space for personal growth and wellness. He has taken that experience and transformed it into the work he does now as an author and leadership trainer. Walt’s passions take him all over the world with his wife Ann, enjoying ultra-marathons, sailing and high altitude mountaineering. Today, Walt joins me to discuss how he created balance between his personal interests and his work achievements. He shares his morning routine and why he believes carving out time for quiet and reflection is the key to more success in our work lives. He debunks the myth of the ‘tireless entrepreneur’ and shares his perspective on how to continue growing and creating, even in trying times. Walt discusses how his past experience as a top lawyer and single father inspired him to seek more balance in his life and why he thinks it is the key to true success. He also shares how accountability has been a crucial part of his journey and its role in fueling his passion for extreme sports. “Our best ideas come to us in the shower. They come to us on a long run, on a walk on the beach, a walk in the woods. And yet so many of us keep our nose to the grindstone.” - Walt Hampton Today on Mastering Midlife: The need for rest days in sports training and business How cultivating a sense of curiosity allows us to create and discover more in our professional lives The power of using joy and play to battle workplace fatigue and overwhelm The danger of “smart person syndrome” and why it holds so many people back How creating space for yourself each day can create quantifiable ROI professionally How Walt’s morning routine helps him stay focused and productive throughout the day What it means to be a highly compensating introvert Why momentum is more important than motivation when achieving your goals How staying connected to our humanity can bring joy, even during difficult times Why wellness is the cornerstone for everything in life How the inflection points in our lives transform our journeys The importance of having an accountability partner Resources Mentioned: Book: Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain Julia Cameron's Morning Pages Book: Finding Your Own North Star: Claiming the Life You Were Meant to Live by Martha Beck Tony Robbins Website Connect with Walt Hampton: Walt Hampton Website Book: Journeys On The Edge: Living A Life That Matters by Walt Hampton Book: The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun by Walt Hampton Summit Success Website Summit Success on Instagram Walt Hampton on LinkedIn Walt Hampton on Facebook Walt Hampton on Twitter Mastering Midlife...Together! Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of the Mastering Midlife Podcast: How to Thrive When the World Asks the Most of You with Mark Silverman. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review. Be sure to visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and don’t forget to share your favorite episodes on social media.

40mins

7 Jun 2021

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TSR008: Finding the Through Line with Walt Hampton

The Sensitive Rebel

My guest on this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is Walt Hampton. Walt is the Founder and CEO of Summit Success International, a global personal and professional development firm. He is also the President and COO of Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide. He’s an executive business coach, management consultant, and leadership trainer. Founder of the Consultant’s Success Formula®, Walt helps entrepreneurs and business professionals make the impact they want and the income they deserve. He’s the best-selling author of *Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters*, a two-time winner of the North American Book Awards. He’s also the author of *The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun*. Topics discussed in today’s episode:Tony Robbins - https://tonyrobbins.comTerrence Real - https://terryreal.comAbraham-Hicks - https://www.abraham-hicks.comMount Everest (Wikipedia) - [Mount Everest - Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Everest)Seven Summits - [Seven Summits - Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Summits)Connect with Walt:Web - https://walthampton.comConnect with Steve:Email - steve@sensitiverebel.comWeb - https://sensitiverebel.comYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk7zd5kba1SQZOyM5sKKiVAInstagram - https://instagram.com/thesensitiverebel

1hr 3mins

12 May 2021

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The Secrets To Building The Work & Life You Love With Walt Hampton!

Exhibit (A)ttorney Show

Join us today as we welcome Walt Hampton as we tackle building not only your dream career, but life as well!

32mins

22 Apr 2021

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Ep. 5 | Walt Hampton | How Does A City Guy from Connecticut Run a Business in the Irish Countryside?

My Fourth Act Podcast

Walt Hampton, J.D., 63, is a former criminal defense lawyer, author. speaker, adventurer and bonvivant who helps solopreneurs and entrepreneurs to grow and scale businesses that set them free. A longtime resident of the Hartford/Connecticut area, Walt and his wife Ann Sheybani now reside in rural Ireland. It serves as home base for their very global lives.What impulses propel you to trade one life for another that looks, smells and feels radically different? What gets in the way of dreaming the unthinkable? What inflection points in your life help you lean into what your heart desired?www.walthampton.com

39mins

1 Apr 2021

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TOUGH TALKS - E068 - You CAN Have It All!!! with Walt Hampton

TOUGH TALKS: Conversations on Mental Toughness

Yes, you CAN have it all!   --- Walt Hampton is a former litigation attorney turned high-altitude mountaineer, ultramarathoner, author, speaker, and Executive Coach.   --- He has the highest vibe EVER! His enthusiasm is childlike and contagious. You CANNOT listen to this guy for any length of time and not feel PUMPED!   --- He insists that we each have totally unique gifts and that we are obligated to share them with the world.   --- He deconstructs the notion of "failure."   --- He demands that we celebrate our excellence MUCH more.  He ran his first marathon at age 53!   --- I'd write more here but I just finished interviewing him and I have to go run through a brick wall!!!   --- https://christopherdorris.com/tough-talks-you-can-have-it-all-with-walt-hampton/ --- If you enjoyed this content and you are not getting notifications of new posts, then I invite you to sign up to my list. Please also share this with the people in your world that would also dig this post and benefit from it. --- https://christopherdorris.com/lists --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mental-toughness-podcasts/message

1hr 18mins

3 Feb 2021

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The Power Principles of Time Mastery with Walt Hampton, J.D.

Business Processes Simplified Podcast

Today’s GuestWalt Hampton, J.D.​ Walt is a career and success coach. Ivy-educated as a trial attorney, he is a high altitude mountaineer, adventure photographer, blue water sailor, and ultra-distance runner. His book, Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters, an Amazon best-seller, was named a Top 10 Non-Fiction Book in 2013; and was a two-time winner of the North American Book Awards. He is also the author of The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less Make More, Have Fun. President of Summit Success and founder of the Positive Leadership Academy, Walt is a leading authority on the application of positive psychology to career and job success, business development and goal achievement. He is a dynamic motivational speaker, driven entrepreneur, sought-after leadershiptrainer and skilled professional coach. Walt is also President & Chief Operating Officer of Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide. Book Yourself Solid® is the original business building system founded by Michael Port in 2003; and is the fastest, easiest and most reliable system for getting more clients and customers than you can handle, even if you hate marketing and selling.Walt’s mission: to help others have great lives; to rediscover their passions; to live their dreams. For more than 25 years he has counselled and advocated for business leaders and individuals through countless transitions, difficult, challenging and rewarding. He teaches leadership, goal achievement and lifestyle design. Walt and his wife, the executive coach and writer, Ann Sheybani, reside in Canton, Connecticut and Castletwonshend, Co. Cork, Ireland. Website: walthampton.com Master Your Time Step 1: Do Less. Step 2: Make “No” your default answer. Step 3: Have a plan. Step 3: Use Power Tools. Step 4: Have a rest.Support the show: https://www.systemhub.com/podcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

48mins

28 Jan 2021

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Time Mastery With Walt Hampton

Profit For Coaches

Walt Hampton, J.D. is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Summit Success International. He is also the President and Chief Operating Officer of Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide, while practicing as an executive business coach, management consultant, and leadership trainer. Founder of the Consultant’s Success Formula®, Walt helps entrepreneurs and business professionals make the impact they want and the income they deserve. He’s the best-selling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters and of The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun. A graduate of The Cornell Law School, Walt practiced law in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation and criminal defence and was the managing partner of a law firm for more than 30 years. Walt’s passions are high-altitude mountaineering, ultra-distance running, blue water sailing & adventure photography. He and his wife, the author Ann Sheybani, live in Castletownshend, Ireland. In today’s episode Walt shares his insights and philosophies on how to approach the working day and the personal 5 hours he carves out before taking his first meeting. He discusses the problem with the concept of Time Management and how he developed a skill set rather for Time Mastery, through a necessity born out of working full time in a law practice while a single dad to three young boys. Walt strips back the fundamental foundations of great coaching to four key functions and explains why communication with prospective clients needs to be established clearly before you begin to work together. He also reveals the core skill all prospective coaches must display before he will accept them onto his coaching program, and why understanding the science of change and leaning into lifelong learning will produce the best coaching practice experiences. “That whole idea of being an apprentice, being a mentor, looking for a master and becoming part of that community, I think is the first step” – Walt Hampton “It's really important to have good boundaries. Not only for the work we do, but for the lives we live, and knowing when you're going to start and when you're going to stop is of critical import” – Walt Hampton “We have the greatest profession on the planet. We get to help people in times of greatest need. We get to help transform businesses. Literally the work that we get to do as coaches has the capacity to change the world and we can't do it in less we're whole and complete ourselves” – Walt Hampton “If we're going to walk the talk of telling our clients that they ought to invest in themselves, then we need to invest in ourselves” – Walt Hampton “When we master ourselves then we are masters of our time” – Walt Hampton “So much of what we do as coaches is to hold space with another human being, creating a safe container to do deep work” – Walt Hampton This week on Profit For Coaches: The secret of keeping 5 hours of your day just for you Why you should have a ‘hard stop’ at the end of your working day Why practicing selfcare is critical for supporting your clients The 4 functions you should have to be a great coach Walt’s philosophy on Time Management v Time Mastery Why you need to listen deeply to your prospective clients Why emotional intelligence is a key skill in coaching The two hats you must wear as a coach Resources Mentioned: Book: Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters Book: The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun The Power Principles of Time Mastery Connect with Walt Hampton: Summit Success International Website Book Yourself Solid Website Walt Hampton on Facebook Walt Hampton on Twitter Walt Hampton on LinkedIn Connect with Jos Willard: Profit For Coaches Website Jos Willard on LinkedIn Jos Willard on Twitter Jos Willard on Instagram The Four Must Havesfor a Profitable Coaching Practice I want to make sure that the time you invest here is profitable. And the best way to do that is to make sure you grab a copy of the free eBook The Four Must Haves for a Profitable Coaching Practice. It’s absolutely free, it’s worth every penny. It outlines the four areas that every profitable coaching practice on the planet has in common.  And thus, they’re the four things that you must have nailed down in your coaching practice if you want it to be consistently profitable. So if you want an easy to understand very specific tool that makes it crystal clear where to be focusing your attention in your practice, and what you can safely ignore to ensure that your practice is consistently profitable and supports the life that you want to be living go to: Profitforcoaches.com and download your copy of The Four Must Haves for a Profitable Coaching Practice

43mins

14 Jan 2021

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Marimba Ensembles with Walt Hampton

Afternoon Ti

Show Notes:  Resources by Walt Hampton Hot Marimba Marimba Mojo Son of Hot Marimba Bio: Walt Hampton received his teaching certificate as well as Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in Percussion Performance from Central Washington University.  He has served as Principal Percussionist or Timpanist with numerous symphony orchestras, and he frequently performs on drum set, providing backup for several notable jazz artists who tour the Northwest.  He is also a frequent performer on the guitar and bass, and an active composer.  Walt has presented clinics and workshops on three continents, as well as national, regional, and state conventions for AOSA and MENC.  He frequently tours and performs with his student marimba bands, Rugare (elementary age), ‘Baduku (middle-school age) and ‘Bahuru (high-school age) performing a variety of styles, including Zimbabwean-flavored marimba music from his books, Hot Marimba!, Marimba Mojo! and Son of Hot Marimba.  Walt teaches K-5 General music at White Bluffs Elementary School in Richland, Washington, and has more than a quarter-century of public school teaching experience.  Walt has received several awards for his teaching, including the Washington State Excellence in Education Award. Afternoon Ti Links: Blog:  https://afternoonti.blogspot.com Instagram: @highafternoonti Intro/Outro Music Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes www.scottholmesmusic.com

50mins

4 Feb 2020

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Three key questions to gain influence in your field - Walt Hampton

Beyond Influencer Marketing

Walt Hampton, J.D., bestselling author, President of Summit Success International and creator of the Consultant’s Success Formula, shares three key questions to gain influence and connect with influencers in your field. Three Key Questions to Gain Influence and Connect with Influencers During our conversation, Walt shares: Three key questions to gain influence in the marketplace and connect with influencers in your field What influence really means The role of a strong value proposition when it comes to gaining influence How to grapple with the "head trash" that tends to pop up when we're sharing our message The systematic practice to nurture your network of connections so you can stay in touch without feeling overwhelmed by the process More about Walt Hampton Walt Hampton, J.D. is President of Summit Success International, a global personal & professional development firm; and creator of the Consultant’s Success Formula®. He is a business coach, management consultant, leadership trainer & motivational speaker. He is the best- selling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters, named a Top 10 Non-Fiction Book and a two-time recipient of the North American Book Awards; as well as the author of The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun. A 1984 graduate of The Cornell Law School, Walt was managing partner of a law firm for nearly 30 years with a practice focused on commercial litigation and criminal defense. He was trained as a Results Coach by Robbins Research International and worked directly for Tony Robbins as one of Tony’s elite business coaches. Walt’s passions are high-altitude mountaineering, ultra-distance running, blue-water sailing & adventure photography. He and his wife, the writer Ann Sheybani, reside in Castletownshend, Co. Cork Ireland. Connect with Walt at walthampton.com Connect with Walt on Social Media https://twitter.com/walthampton https://www.facebook.com/walthamptonjr

27mins

21 Oct 2019

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The 6 to 7 Figures Show - Episode 033: Walt Hampton

The 6 to 7 Figures Show

In this episode, Walt and I talk about the calling of coach. Walt talks about how he leverages his experience in coaching to help clients achieve what they've never achieved before.Walt Hampton, J.D. is President of Summit Success International, a global personal & professional development firm; and creator of the Consultant’s Success Formula®. He is a business coach, management consultant, leadership trainer & motivational speaker. He is the bestselling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters, named a Top 10 Non-Fiction Book and a two-time recipient of the North American Book Awards; as well as the author of The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun. A 1984 graduate of The Cornell Law School, Walt was managing partner of a law firm for nearly 30 years with a practice focused on commercial litigation and criminal defense. He was trained as a Results Coach by Robbins Research International and worked directly for Tony Robbins as one of Tony’s elite business coaches. Walt’s passions are high-altitude mountaineering, ultra-distance running, blue-water sailing & adventure photography. He and his wife, the writer Ann Sheybani, reside in Castletownshend, Co. Cork Ireland.

28mins

12 Aug 2019

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