All individuals, regardless of talent, career position, or aptitude, have the opportunity to positively lead and influence others. That has been the core belief in Jake Thompson’s work, and one of the founding reasons he started the brand, Compete Every Day.In today’s charged landscape, there is an ever-increasing need for someone with a strong vision, optimistic attitude, and willingness to roll up their sleeves to actually do the work – all three essential pieces to leadership.More Info: Compete Every DaySponsors: Amy Lynn Durham's Journal Prompt Cards: www.createmagicatwork.net/toolsLeading Consciously with Dr. Jean Latting: www.leadingconsciously.com/pathfindersAligning the Dots with Dr. Philippe Bouissou: www.aligningthedots.comSupport Our Show: Click HereSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/masterleadership. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
0:18 Jake from compete everyday intro 1:08 Explaining compete everyday 9:18 Eating healthy during travel 13:47 Setting yourself up for long term goals 19:53 The importance of tracking progress and building habits 27:08 Is one percent better everyday feasible 35:32 Should you celebrate wins 41:08 Jakes book 45:42 Focusing on the moment 53:59 How to contact Jake
They love Nickelback? ft. Jake Thompson and LilPayPal
What does one think of when they hear the word photograph? Well this episode might just answer all of your questions! Join along as they two artist paint a picture of what exactly it is they do and how hard it was to make it there. This episode has it all! From the trials of losing a cat, to a new game called big fax, and even the government trying to shut us down...Follow Jake ThompsonInstagram: @jakeithinkPortfolio: https://jakethompsonphotos.comFollow LilPayPalInstagram: @juggmanpaypalsoundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/flexmanepaypalFollow everything ShedTalk@TheRealShedTalk
This week the guys have epoxy king Jake Thompson from Northside Custom Crafts. There will be more evidence that Steve is losing it, you will find out why plus how Jake had one of his videos demonetized and why. Jake explains why you should use a pressure pot and why you need to stabilize your wood. He gives us his insight on making silicone models and why you should use a vacuum pump plus a whole lot more about this great maker.Listeners now can buy the boys a coffee on “By me a coffee” website. Copy and paste the link to help support the show. Any amount is welcome, appreciated, and all proceeds go right back into the show’s production.https://www.buymeacoffee.com/figuringitoutMaker Shout out:Jamie Page @jp_woodworkVincent Ferrari @handmadebyvincentferrariJeff Stein @aweirdguy--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makersfiguringitout/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makersfiguringitout/support
Trigger Warning- Today's episode discusses suicide & subjects around suicide. If you require assistance, please reach out to lifeline on 13 11 14.I sit down with Jake to discuss his family history with Suicide & Mental Health.Jake is using his experiences to get more men to open up about their Mental health.
052: Reaching Your Full Potential with Jake Thompson
The Inspired Legacy Podcast
When you develop a competitive mindset and learn how to apply it to everyday life, it can help you achieve your God-given potential. Meet Jake Thompson, an entrepreneur, performance coach, speaker, and CEO of Compete Every Day, a training and performance apparel company. In this episode, Jake talks about what it means to “compete every day,” how to push yourself without getting caught up in the comparison game, rhythms we can practice to maintain a competitive edge, how to learn from an occasional loss, why a competitive mindset is so important with family and relationships, and much more. You can get the complete show notes for this episode by visiting: theinspiredlegacy.com/podcast/052 Also, you'll soon be able to sign up for the new Inspired Inbox, a weekly email devotional for busy men seeking practical, Biblical wisdom that can be applied directly to daily life. I'm really excited about this because it cuts to the heart of what The Inspired Legacy is all about, and it's been a long time coming. More details coming soon! NEXT STEPS: Join our private Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/theinspiredlegacy Join our private MeWe group at mewe.com/join/theinspiredlegacy Get your free copy of our Dad Guide—Nine Ways to Be A Better Dad by visiting theinspiredlegacy.com/join Follow The Inspired Legacy on Instagram @theinspiredlegacy. Leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
2021- The Year for Mental Health. W/ Andy Penny & Jake Thompson.
100% Podcast With Sean Weir
Welcome Back! We are back for another season of the 💯podcast! Today i am joined by Jake & Andy- We discuss mental health, diversity, kindness & much more. If you like this episode, please rate/share and subscribe. 💚 -SW