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Doing Business With Family | with, Michael Hyatt | Quick Tip Tuesday - 658

Build Your Tribe | Grow Your Business with Social Media

On Today’s Quick Tip Tuesday, Chalene chats with Michael Hyatt about the ups and downs of working with family. They share their tips on how to make it work, including the importance of setting boundaries and open communication. Links from today’s episode: Get Michael’s New book plus over $500 worth of Bonuses mindyourmindsetbook.com/chalene Follow Michael on Instagram @michaelhyatt Check out Bret’s Course Money Matters 101 at Chalene.com/moneymatters Check out InstaClubHub!!  For Just $7!! The ONLY All-In-One Instagram Resource Community Designed To...Grow Your Following and Reach More Customers on Instagram™(All in Just Five Minutes a Day!) InstaClubHub.com/trial Download the Patreon App and Join The Chalene Show at patreon.com/TheChaleneShow Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Subscribe to The Chalene Show!! Links you may want to check out:  Check out Bret’s ALL NEW Course Money Matters 101 at Chalene.com/moneymatters Check out MarketingImpactAcademy.com Be sure to subscribe to Chalene’s YouTube channel !!! Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Be sure to check out the Push Journals and Notebooks!! Go to PushJournal.com Leave Chalene or Brock  a message or ask them a question at  (619) 500-4819 Not sure what your thing is? Go to Chalene.com/MyThing Learn more about Kajabi Leave Chalene a Voicemail review or question for a chance to win a gift  HERE Connect with us on your fav social platform: Chalene: Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ChaleneJohnson Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Chalene TikTok: @chaleneOfficial Twitter: www.Twitter.com/ChaleneJohnson Brock: Instagram: @Brock11Johnson TikTock: @brock11johnnson Be sure to follow Brock on his travel adventures @tayandbrock Stop dieting & start living:  PhaseItUp.com Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!!  Get episode show notes here: www.chalenejohnson.com/podcast Hey! Send me a DM & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #BuildYourTribe so I know you’re a homie! XOXO Chalene

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31 Jan 2023

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MICHAEL HYATT | Success Starts with Your Thinking

Order of Man

Our mind is the most powerful thing we can control. And, yet, if you’re anything like me, you don’t spend nearly enough time training the mind to produce the results you desire. In fact, if things don’t seem to be working well in my life, I tend to be a man who just goes even harder hoping I can drive right through the problems I’m dealing with. Instead, my guest today, Michael Hyatt, makes the case that the stories and narratives (often subconscious) in our minds actually dictate much of the results we experience. So, today, we dive deep into how to retrain the mind to draft stories that serve us rather than hurt us, the value of listening to the “narrator” of your life, why we should all really listen to the language we’re using, how to interrogate the stories of your life, and create a new, fundamental sense of identity. SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: The story we tell ourselves impacts the results we achieve Separating facts from the meaning we assign How to determine if your stories are serving you Understanding the “narrator” in your head Correlation doesn’t equal causation Mindset can change your physiological response Lead ourselves well before we can lead others well The impact of labeling ourselves Strategies for changing your thinking Pick up Michal Hyatt’s book here: mindyourmindsetbook.com Get your signed copy of Ryan's new book, The Masculinity Manifesto Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.

1hr 5mins

31 Jan 2023

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Here’s How To Grow Your Business in a Bad Economy with Michael Hyatt  

The Undefeated Marketing Podcast

The economy is in the shi*ter…so what are you going to do about it? Are you going to wait for the recession to disrupt your business, or are you actually going to do something different with your marketing so you can grow? My guest on the Undefeated Marketing Podcast is the legendary Michael Hyatt – and I can honestly say this is the most important interview I’ve conducted in the last two years. Michael shifted my thinking about the economy and he’ll do the same for you. Here’s another question I actually posed to myself after the interview: Am I using this economic downturn as an excuse for poor performance, or do I turn it into the greatest opportunity of my life? Michael’s new book (co-authored with Megan Hyatt Miller), Mind Your Mindset: The Science That Shows Success Starts with Your Thinking, is one of the best business books I’ve read in years. It’s also perfect for the moment we’re living in. Even if you don’t buy the book, you should listen to this interview and I promise it’ll change your entire mindset about your business.  About the Guest:  Michael Hyatt Michael Hyatt is the founder and chairman of Full Focus. He has scaled multiple companies over the years, including a $250M publishing company with 700+ employees and his own leadership development company that has grown over 60% year over year for the past 4 years. Under his leadership, Full Focus has been featured in the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in America for three years in a row and in 2020 the company was named to Inc.’s Best Work Places list. He is also the author of several New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling books, including Platform, Living Forward, Your Best Year Ever, Free to Focus, The Vision Driven Leader, and his newest book (with Megan) Win at Work & Succeed at Life. He enjoys The Double Win with his wife of 40+ years, five daughters, and nine grandchildren. Connect with Michael Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michaelhyatt/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelhyatt Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichaelHyatt LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhyatt/ Website: https://fullfocus.co/rebrand/ About the Host: Phillip Stutts: Contributing to over 1,535 election victories, three U.S. Presidential victories, and working with multiple Fortune 200 companies, best-selling author Phillip Stutts plays the game of political and corporate marketing on the highest level. Phillip’s win-or-die mentality makes him a powerhouse when building research-backed marketing strategies with multi-billion-dollar budgets, battling it out with fierce competitors, and achieving maximum ROI results. He is the Founder/Executive Chairman of Go Big Media (a political marketing ad firm), CEO of Win Big Media (his corporate marketing agency), and a best-selling author who shares his marketing secrets with the world in his two books, Fire The Now (2018) and The Undefeated Marketing System (2021). Follow Phillip:  Website: www.phillipstutts.com Instagram: @phillipstutts Facebook:@ceophillipstutts LinkedIn: Phillip Stutts Twitter: @phillipstutts Resource: The Undefeated Marketing System – How to Grow Your Business and Build Your Audience Using the Secret Formula That Elects Presidents (2021) Thanks for listening!Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! Subscribe to the podcastIf you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. You can also subscribe from the podcast app on your mobile device. Leave us an iTunes reviewRatings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on iTunes, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on iTunes.  The post Here’s How To Grow Your Business in a Bad Economy with Michael Hyatt   appeared first on Phillip Stutts.

49mins

25 Jan 2023

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Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt Miller on Mindset and Controlling the Narrative

Beyond the To-Do List

This week I was excited to welcome back to the show, Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt-Miller.Michael Hyatt is the founder and chairman of Full Focus. He has scaled multiple companies, including a $250M publishing company with over 750 employees and his own award-winning goal achievement and coaching company, Full Focus. Through his coaching program for small business owners, BusinessAccelerator®, and the bestselling Full Focus Planner, Michael has helped hundreds of thousands of achievers reach their biggest goals. He is also the author of several New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling books, including Platform, Living Forward, Your Best Year Ever, Free to Focus, The Vision Driven Leader, and Win at Work & Succeed at Life. Michael enjoys The Double Win with his wife of 40+ years, five daughters, and ten grandchildren.Megan Hyatt Miller is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Full Focus and the co-host of the popular Business Accelerator® podcast. As the chief executive of Full Focus, Megan has developed BusinessAccelerator® into the premier coaching program for small business owners, and has grown the Full Focus Planner to sell over 1 million copies. Megan is also Michael's oldest daughter.In their highly anticipated book, Mind Your Mindset: The Science That Shows Success Starts with Your Thinking (Baker Books, January 2023), New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt Miller teach readers how to save themselves needless frustration and headache from trying to solve problems with strategies that no longer work. "Rather than thinking about what we're doing," they say, "we need to think about our thinking."Mind Your Mindset draws upon the latest Insights in performance psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science, as well as case studies from Michael and Megan's own clients. Michael and Megan explore the power of our stories--stories about the problems we face-and how those narratives determine our strategy and, with it, our resultsThey show how these stories are anchored in assumptions about the past, form our predictions of the future, and stem from the way our brain makes sense of the wild array of information it encounters every day.Rather than take those stories at face value, readers can change their stories, rewire their brain for better thinking, and develop new and better strategies. Mind Your Mindset offers three simple, proven steps to do just that and attain extraordinary results:1. Identify the problem and the story surrounding it2. Interrogate the story3. Imagine something that works betterThese practices help readers cut through the fog of false narratives and offer clear, creative solutions for achieving their goals"Mind Your Mindset is your invitation to step boldly into a new and better way of thinking and living," write Michael and Megan. "Unsettling as it may be, uncertainty is not the enemy; it points not to chaos but to possibility. To have the confidence to engage the world and reshape our stories as needed is a far more valuable and reassuring asset than is certainty."Book Link: Mindyourmindsetbook.com/beyond Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

48mins

23 Jan 2023

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Replay: How to Achieve More by Doing Less with Michael Hyatt

Your Dream Business

Today’s episode of the podcast is a throwback to one of my earlier episodes, where I got to interview amazing Michael Hyatt. We talked all about how we can become more productive without having to increase the time that we have – and what Michael doesn’t know about managing your time, getting organised and being productive isn’t worth knowing! The episode shares a mix of simple mindset practices and various hacks to help you become more productive, because who doesn’t need to know how to do that? Filled with lots of incredible information, you’re going to want to grab a notebook for this one!KEY TAKEAWAYS COVERED IN THE PODCAST Why not all tasks, meetings and opportunities are created equal. Focussing on the things that really matter is what will really allow you to achieve more. There is such thing as a double win, where you can win at work and succeed at life. You just need to have that balance. You are the most important asset your company has and if you don’t look after your energy levels, your business is going to suffer. When you’re taking time off, whether it is for a vacation or a weekly break, make sure you’re not doing any work at all. Outsourcing your work is a great way to increase your productivity, as well as your income. If you know you enjoy something, you need to do everything you can to ensure you’re doing more of it. If you’re not enjoying something, you need to eliminate it. If you find yourself responding to a lot of requests, consider setting up your yes-no-yes responses as an email signature. When it comes to large projects, consider the 10-80-10 rule. This is where you are involved in the first and last 10% of a project to oversee it. You’re the architect, but you don’t have to be the builder. THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO REMEMBER ABOVE ALL ELSE The biggest tip when it comes to being focussed and driving results is to ensure you get a good night’s sleep. A well-rested mind will be your most productive mind.HIGHLIGHTS YOU SIMPLY CAN'T MISS The 3 steps to becoming more productive. How the 3-by-3 system will help you achieve your goals. The simple hack that will help you say no to things you don’t want to do, in a positive way. LINKS TO RESOURCES MENTIONED IN TODAY’S EPISODEYour Dream Business Live Event Michael Hyatt Instagram Michael Hyatt WebsiteTRANSCRIPT Hello and welcome to the special summer podcast editions where I am giving you some amazing replays from the phenomenal wee bowl I have interviewed over the last how many years of having this podcast. I should actually work it out when I actually started the podcast cuz I can't remember. It feels that long ago. I'm gonna I'm gonna look at it before the next episode probably record the next episode and I'll tell you in the next one. But anyway I hope you're having a really lovely summer. A couple of things I just wanna remind you about is I am recording this in hope that there are still some places left to my event cuz if not it'll be sold out. That's when you look at it. But I still have my event in September. Now at time of recording I literally have about six places. So you might be lucky and still get a place. We're not talking about it much over the summer. So I should imagine those places will probably still be there. But if you want to join me for an in-person event where we look at your business and go through your business then please do check it out I'm gonna put a link in the show notes but but if you go to my website you can find the link there as well. It's on the homepage. Okay on with today's episode. So today's episode again one of my favorites but also one of the most popular ones that I've put out. And today's episode we are replaying is Michael Hyatt's. Now Michael is a crazy smart man and like has the nicest family in the world. If you've listened for a while you know that I am very good friends with the lovely Mary Hyatt who is his daughter. And she coached me and she's amazing. And I've been very lucky to go out to Nashville lots and lots of times. I'm going out again in end of September and been to Michael's house and hung out with the family. And they're just the nicest people. But they're also crazy smart. And what Michael doesn't know about trying to manage your time and be productive and organized I don't think is worth knowing. And the feedback on this episode was really really good. People got so much from it practical stuff as well as being inspired by the story and by Michael himself. He's also like I said a really nice guy to talk to. So I really enjoyed this episode. Without further ado here he is. There we go. Michael: Where you located? Teresa: So I'm actually in Shropshire in England obviously. And yeah so kind of we're about if I was to go to London on the train it would take me about two hours. So but I'm more kind of in the middle really. So when I was up in Newcastle just this morning at an event. So that was, it was a fair trek actually it's like four hours. But but yeah so we're kind of in the middle. But Mary's actually been to the house which is ACE cuz she was uh when she came over with Bentley to do his tour she was like we're going to this place called and she she tried to it was Rosebury and I was like "It's Rosebury." And she's like "Oh,oh right." She and I was like that is literally minutes from where I live Mary. So it was so lovely to have her here and and cook her a very traditional British dinner. Michael: Aw. That's awesome. She spoke very highly of you. Teresa: Oh, no. She's honestly. I adore Mary and coming over to Nashville and spending some time with her. We my husband and I came over We'd obviously spent a little bit of time with her at Bentley when they came here. But you never really know until you kind of then are spending quite a lot of time. And we literally laughed the entire time. We had the best time so. Michael: Oh good. Teresa: Yeah It was brilliant. Brilliant. So right. Thank you so much. Michael: She's one of my favorites Teresa: You know kind of fifth favorite along with all the others. I love it. Okay So I will do by your intro and outro afterwards so we'll just jump straight to introduce you straight away if that's okay. Michael: Great. Teresa:  So I am very honored to welcome the amazing Michael Hyatt to the podcast. Welcome Michael. Michael:: Thank you Teresa I'm delighted to be on with you. Teresa: Honestly I am very very grateful that you found the time. I know you're a very busy man and I know that my audience are gonna love what you have to say and get so many good takeaways from this episode. So I'm very excited. But just in case and it is a just in case cause I'm sure my audience have heard of you. Could you just briefly tell us how you got to do what you do today and have these amazing books and do this business that you have today? Michael: Well I spent most of my career in the book publishing world. Most recently as the CEO and the chairman of Thomas Nelson publishers which began as a British company in Edinborough in 1798. I wasn't at the company quite that long. But I was like the seventh CEO in the company. And so I decided in 2011 we sold the company to Harper Collins uh publishers And I decided it was now or never I was gonna launch out and become an author and speaker which had been my dream thing for a long time. And I'd been in business for myself before before I was at Thomas Nelson and decided it was time to you know become an entrepreneur again. So I did that. So I had I had started blogging believe it or not back in 2004. I broke my ankle and I decided while I was laid up after I'd had surgery on it that I would take on this thing called blogging. And so I was pretty consistent at it for years and years and years into this present day. But that had created enough of a platform that when I left Thomas Nelson I was able to write a book on it which was my book platform get noticed in the noisy world. That book went on to become a New York times bestseller. And I was able to create a membership site called platform university based on that. And kind of everything else happened you know as a result of that so. Today we have 40 full-time employees. We've uh we're really focused at Michael Hyatt and company on leadership development today. So we have an extensive coaching program for entrepreneurs. We have some physical products like the full focus planner and just kind of an array a suite of products. So. Teresa: I love that. And you know it's really interesting that one you came from a job if you like and then obviously went into being an entrepreneur. And also what I love about where you are now today is the fact that you came from a fairly traditional corporate background. The stuff that you talk about today for me seems like you've taken a a big leap in the sense of how you are and what you promote and kind of the life you you lead and the balance that you have because actually I don't know about you but I worked in corporate world for for quite a while. And and actually some of the things that you and I promote in terms of becoming a good leader I don't think they were around you know. I I was a I worked for Land Rover I was in their their head office in the UK. And you know I don't think those kind of things existed back when I was there maybe 10 years ago. So it's interesting that you have been at corporate and now you are you are promoting all these amazing things. Do you think that well did you get any of that from working in corporate? Was it a great corporate place to work or? Michael: Well it was kind of mixed you know I mean I you know you learn a lot from bad examples. You know in fact I think sometimes you learn more from bad examples and I I certainly worked for some leaders that weren't great. You know and I I was inspired by that to you know to try to find a different way. At Thomas Nelson when I arrived there back in 1998 I wasn't real excited about the culture. I felt like the culture was toxic. And one of the things I I did kind of as a mid-level manager is I said "Well, I can't really change the world above me but I think I can change the world below me. And have some impact on the culture." So I bet I set out to be very intentional about creating a company culture for our division. And then it was kind of contagious because it you know one of my contentions about culture is that it drives operating results. It's a unseen force that drives operating results. And so I you know it started driving our operate radio results. The division I was running was the 14th Division out of 14 divisions in the company we were the worst performing. We had zero revenue growth. We were losing money terrible company morale. But we in 18 months we went from number 14 to number one. And as a result of that people wanted to know "Gosh! What what are you doing over there?" And so a lot of it was having to do with the culture and leadership and some of the things actually I talk about in free to focus about productivity. Teresa: Yeah. And the other thing I must mention is I was very lucky when I came over to Nashville I actually went to your office. And I I put it on instant story and I actually wrote this is better than my house. Like your office is a phenomenal. It's so beautiful. From where you are coming from and the talking about culture and things you have created something where surely your team must be absolutely in heaven to go to work. You know it's such an amazing environment for them. Michael: Well you know I I really see my team as a stewardship responsibility for me you know I have a responsibility to take care of them. And and what really gets me excited is creating an awesome working environment where they can discover their strengths. Where they can work kind of in their zone of genius. We call it the desire zone, uh in my book Free To Focus. But you know we've tried to we've tried to say okay if we're gonna build an amazing company that's gonna grow and really scale sustainably what kind of environment do we have to create to attract those a level players. And so I remember my daughter Megan and I. I don't know that you met Megan, who you met Mary? Teresa: Yes Uh no I didn't meet Megan. No I didn't. No. I met Marissa I think. Michael: Ah she's my youngest. Teresa: Yes. Yeah, that was it. Michael: Megan's my oldest and she's also the COO of Michael Hyatt and company. But she and I went away for a day and we said okay how can we create this amazing environment for our employees. So, so get this this is where we started. We said let's approach this like anything in marketing. So let's create a sales page. So if we're gonna create a sales page that's gonna really attract and convert you know the best employees, the best perspective employees to become employees. What kind of benefits would we have to have it? I mean we're thinking it almost like you know when you sell a program and you create bonuses and we thought okay so what do the benefits have to be. And so we came up with some crazy stuff on that page and you know we give our employees a 30 day paid sabbatical. After three years we give them unlimited PTO. They can choose to be off whenever they wanna be off. They can work from wherever. You know we have generous paternity leave provisions and all that. So that all just came outta that desire to to create a place that would attract the right people. Teresa: And that's wonderful because you know like you, you've worked, I've worked in mixed places. Some places that were nice. Some places that were just horrendous culture and terrible morale. And they treated their team like absolute dirt you know they were terrible. And I remember at in this one company I worked for I had a team under me and bit like you I thought there's nothing I can do about that but this I can. And I realized that my team who were doing the work if we didn't look after them and treat them nice and appreciate them and focus our attention on them then they wouldn't do a good job and we wouldn't have a service to sell. So for me, the owners of the business and the people who ran it got it all completely wrong. It was like they treated those people like they were no one and they treated the directors like they were everything and it's like, but what if tomorrow they all decide they're gonna do a terrible job cuz you haven't got a business left if that's the case. Michael:: No that's right. In fact I I often say to my people and when I'm out speaking to CEOs and business owners. I say "Look, your job your first job is to take care of your people. If you take care of your people your people will take care of your customers. And if they take care of your customers the customers will take care of you. But don't ever get that backwards." Teresa: Yes. No you're right That's awesome. Such good advice. So uh I said today I want to talk about Free To Focus your book that I've read it's a well I've read a few books and this one for me it was a really good standout book that I think my audience are gonna love hearing about. Because when you start a business, and I made this huge mistake. So I started my business and I thought how hard can this be. How naive was I. And I thought I've been in marketing for like 15 years. I know marketing like the back of my hand. I can do this, this bit's easy. But what I didn't appreciate was what it's like to run a business. Like cuz I had never run a business and how do I manage myself? So you know I could have all the best tools and hacks and everything in the world. But if I wake up in a day and I don't feel like doing that work or if I get overwhelmed and then I can't focus on anything. The impact on my business that I have personally is obviously massive, And what was so great about the book is there's it kind of turns a lot of stuff on its head in terms of how we think we're trying to be productive and how we think we're trying to manage our time effectively. And actually we're doing the complete opposite. So can we start by just looking at what are the kind of myths that that business owners and CEOs and people get wrong when they're trying to or they think they're trying to be super productive. Michael: Yeah I think one of the biggest one is they fall preyed at what I call the hustle fallacy. And this is the idea that if you wanna achieve more you have to work more. And the entire premise of the book in fact the subtitle of the book is a total productivity system for achieving more by doing less. And and I think you know not all task, not all meetings, not all opportunities are created equal. And I think the sooner that we realize that the more we can focus on those high leverage activities or meetings or opportunities that really drive the results. So that we can have a life and a business. Because I've seen so many business owners burn out when they've you know they bought into the hustle fallacy, they're working 70, 80 hours a week. And there are so many people out there, so many business gurus that that are out there teaching that. And what they don't see is when people have a health crisis or they blow out their most important relationships they go through a crisis in their marriage or their kids aren't talking to 'em anymore. And I I just think none of that has to happen. I'm after what I call the double win where you can win at work and succeed at life. So that and is very important but that does require that we think about work differently and sort of set kind of as a goal I think that we're gonna achieve more by actually doing less and focusing on the things that really matter and letting the rest go. Teresa: And the other thing that I love particularly about this and you generally in terms of how you put yourself across and and your message is that balance. Is that it's not just about all your focuses on work, all your focus on building the business, all your focus is that, it's the fact that you talk about your wife and your children and your...

1hr 6mins

15 Aug 2022

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18 - What Makes a Beautiful Business with Michael Hyatt

Making It with Jon Davids

With 2 exits under his belt, the latest for $400 million, Michael Hyatt knows a beautiful business when he sees one. Solid margins, sticky customers, and consistent growth. But there's more to it than that. In this episode, Jon Davids sits down with Michael for insights on how he's built great businesses and what he looks for as an investor. Michael Hyatt: LinkedIn Visit JonDavids.com for more info. And follow Jon across social: Twitter - @realjondavids Instagram - @jon_davids LinkedIn - @jondavids

42mins

26 Apr 2022

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Michael Hyatt's Ten Domains: Part II

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Pete and PJ discuss the last five of Michael Hyatt's ten key areas. Plus, Pete talks a lot about his favorite pens for some reason.

25mins

17 Mar 2022

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Michael Hyatt's Ten Domains: Part I

Wehry Dads

Pete and PJ present the first (not fast) five of the ten areas as presented by author Michael Hyatt. Plus, this episode is definitely not sponsored by Apple, but you know, it could be.

31mins

10 Mar 2022

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Michael Hyatt: Leadership and Productivity Expert, NYT Best-Selling Author, and Founder of Full Focus

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

Listen to Remarkable People on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast player.If you love this episode, please share it with your network and leave us a review! ➡️ How to FOLLOW and leave a REVIEW for the Remarkable People podcast on Apple Podcasts.Cut and paste LINK: https://apple.co/2DZvtg0 🎙Open the Podcasts app.🎙Search for Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People 🎙Tap the show to see its information page.🎙Tap the Follow button + Now the Remarkable People podcast will be in your Apple Podcast library. Thank you for your support, it really helps the show!Past guests on Guy Kawasaki’s Remarkable People Podcast: Dr. Jane Goodall, Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff, Netflix’s Dream Home Makeover stars Shea and Syd  McGee of McGee Studios, Tiny Habit’s author BJ Fogg, Dave Evans author of Designing your Life, The Artist’s Way author Julia Cameron, Entrepreneur and host of Smart Passive Income Pat Flynn, Seth Godin, Hollywood director Jon M. Chu, indie author Hugh Howey, Rich Benoit of Rich Rebuilds, Dr. Robert Cialdini, Mark Manson, Martha Stewart, Brandi Chastain, Star of Netflix's Skin Decision Dr. Sheila Nazarian, Luvvie Ajayi Jones, Dr. Sinan Aral, Scott Galloway, Canva CEO Melanie Perkins, iJustine, Kristi Yamaguchi, Chef Roy Yamaguchi, Celebrity Chef Andrew Zimmern, Gary Vaynerchuk, Sir Ken Robinson, Steve WOZ Wozniak, Ariana Huffington, Wee Man of Jack Ass fame, Margaret Atwood, Stephan Wolfram, Dr. Phil Zimbardo The Stanford Prison Experiment, and new remarkable people each Wednesday!

55mins

9 Mar 2022

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Michael Hyatt & Company Has a New Name!

Business Accelerator

As your company grows, it can be hard to streamline your product offerings and make what you do simpler to understand. But customers and clients need to be able to immediately understand who you are and what you offer. Otherwise, they’ll be left confused—and you may even risk losing potential customers. In this episode, Megan and Michael talk through the company rebrand and how it unifies our products and makes the customer journey clear.In this episode, you’ll discover—The new company nameThe backstory behind the company rebrandWhat Michael was up to when Megan broke the newsHow a rebrand can tie your products togetherThe necessary mechanics of a successful rebrandResources:Full FocusThe Full Focus PlannerThe Full Focus SystemSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

26mins

15 Feb 2022

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