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Building a Business + Life From The Inside Out with Nathan Seaward

The Profitable Way

If you're looking for a raw, deeply human, soothing soul sermon... this episode is for you. Nathan Seaward enjoyed a successful 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach and host of The Nathan Seaward Show. He believes, through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families. He supports entrepreneurs to create game changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways.  From being a successful entrepreneur, to leaving at the height of his piloting career to go on a around the world adventure, he’s always lived at the edge of his comfort zone, taking on new and challenging things in service of being his best self and serving the world. Our conversation is a peek behind the curtains. Inviting us into the intimate corners of his heart and home, Nathan reflects on change, identity, money, self love, connection, business success, and the reality of healing deep wounds. With rawness, honesty, and vulnerability we discuss:Walking away from a 2 decade career to build a coaching businessthe addiction he needed to break to do his best work Why losing all of his money was the worst and greatest thing that ever happened to him The role of identity in big life changes Why society’s modulated life and metric of success isn’t going to bring us inner peace What it truly means to forget about the money in businessThe journey of deep loneliness and not having any idea of how to fix it The weirdest part about being a coach The beauty of living in a nourishing community How our connection wounds show up in our business and how healing them can catapult our success Why business is an incredible vehicle for personal development and what it truly means to build a business and epic life from the inside out The importance of being pushed by the fear of being pulled by the vision What we can all learn from the caterpillar being stuck on a branch and the idea of “if it’s to be, it’s up to me”What “home” means after travelling and living all around the world and how it’s shaping a current big dream You can connect with Nathan below:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/nathanrseawardInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/nathanseaward/Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanseaward/You can connect with Robyn on her website www.robyngooding.com or on Instagram @robyn.gooding 

1hr 9mins

14 Jul 2021

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S2: EP3 Picking Yourself Up After Life's Gut Punches - with Nathan Seaward

Unicorns and Hand Grenades

If you've been taking a few metaphorical gut punches of late then you'll love this convo.  Especially if you've also been trying to hold the line & keep the faith around your ability to create a life of expansiveness, creativity, alignment & truth.  Actually, we think you'll just love it, period!In this powerful and vulnerable convo with Nathan we explore creating a life that reflects what we truly want. What holds us back, and most importantly,  how to move through some of those blocks and  fear of 'perceived' failures!  Recently back from NYC, Nathan shares with us his story, experience & the wisdom gained along the way.  Because here's the kicker,  if we want to lean into feeling fully alive, and create the life we want, then we've got to be up for it all... the moments of flow and success, the heart-breaking failures, the punches to the gut (aka ego) and the moments of surrender (aka breaking down).   We yarn about;Failing in the dark vs failing publiclyEmbracing challengeUnlearning practised ways of being Working in harmony with UniverseThe sweet spot between discipline & surrenderThe courage it takes to stay on the court, playing the game, in the heat of the momentLetting goBeing the actual change you want to seeRunning out of moneyWhat holds us backInspired action vs forced actionSo much gold, and so much more...Nathan is a coach who works with entrepreneurs around the world to build out their ideas and businesses in order to create extraordinary lives that make a difference for others.  He's also a podcast host, The Nathan Seaward Show,  Founder of Cockpit Coaches (featured in the NZ Herald) and  in a previous life was a former commercial pilot for 3 major airlines.  You can learn more about him at www.nathanseaward.com or www.cockpitcoaches.com

1hr 10mins

25 Jan 2021

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Episode #294 with Nathan Seaward: Change the World by Being Yourself

Rise Up For You

ABOUT: Nathan Seaward's self-discovery took him from pilot to coach and now teaches his clients to do the same. Nathan Seaward enjoyed a successful 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach and host of The Nathan Seaward Show. He believes, through the process of self-discovery and self-mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families. He supports entrepreneurs to create game-changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways. From being a successful entrepreneur in the food industry to leaving at the height of his piloting career to serve others, he’s always lived at the edge of his comfort zone, taking on new and challenging things in service of being his best self and serving the world. Connect: Social: @nathanseaward nathanseaward.com Thank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don’t forget to show your support for the Rise Up For You Podcast by writing a review on iTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better! Check out www.riseupforyou.com for more podcast episodes, webinars, events, and more to help you get to the next level in your personal and professional life! You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Youtube @riseupforyou

30mins

22 May 2020

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Changing the World While Creating Your Life of Abundance with Nathan Seaward

Men of Abundance

Changing the World starts with Changing Your World. In order to do either, you must be a game changer. This conversation will give you the mindset to do just that. Be a game changer. You may even discover how to leave your soul sucking career to start your own impactful business.Meet our Feature GuestNathan Seaward enjoyed a successful 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach and host of The Nathan Seaward Show. He believes, through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families.He supports entrepreneurs to create game changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways. From being a successful entrepreneur in the food industry, to leaving at the height of his piloting career to serve others, he’s always lived at the edge of his comfort zone, taking on new and challenging things in service of being his best self and serving the world.Connect with our GuestNathanSeaward.comGet in on the conversationRequest access to our Men of Abundance Facebook GroupI’m hosting a NO BS, NO Cost, NO Upsell - Business Breakthrough - Live Zoom Webinar for Business Owners who want to use this “downtime” wisely.Most business owners are completely unaware that there are simple, easy-to-implement cost-free strategies they can use right now to not only stabilize their revenue but to see HUGE increases in their leads, sales and income.So, join me ONLINE from the safety and comfort of your home or office and let me teach you the EXACT strategies you can implement RIGHT AWAY that will take your business to an entirely new level financially… while your competition remains gridlocked in fear and worry.All attendees will receive:12 month Full Access to my eLearning Marketing System - Value to you is pricelessDownloadable action guide.Strong Connections with other business ownersAgendaDouble your current lead flow, month after monthDouble your current sales volumeSimple easy-to-implement, no-cost strategies that instantly add cash flowHow to effectively market online and offHow to get your website 10X more traffic, and convert that traffic to paying customersHow to harness your database to maximize repeat businessHow to set up joint venture partners that promote your business for you, while increasing your profitsSee you there.Register here: www.WallyCarmichael.com/webinarBusiness Coach Needed Now!I need another Business Coach on my team to help me handle the exploding demand for business coaching services. I’m willing to train [at my expense] the right individual with a passion for wanting to help small business owners become successful. NO travel required. If you or someone you know is interested, click here and a 4 minute video will explain it all. Business Owner Growth PodcastWhen You Grow, Your Business Grows.Discover business and marketing strategies no one else is sharing with you.Get subscribed to Business Owner Growth podcast

1hr

29 Mar 2020

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Ep 057 Surrender, Letting Go and Minimalism with Nathan Seaward

The Mosaic Podcast

born into a pretty ordinary life in new zealand, nathan lived in a suburban neighbourhood which was a 15 minute bike ride to the airport , where he would lay in the long grass and watch the planes fly a few hundred feet above him. surprise, surprise.Nathan Seaward became a pilot and enjoyed a successful 16-year career flying planes until. his desire for personal development led him to become a  Personal Coach and host and creator of the popular podcast The Nathan Seaward Show.  He believes, through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families.  He became fascinated with minimalism. and today i hope we will talk about “reducing all of the excess stuff”  in your life so that you can focus on what you truly love.  he has travelled to over 25 countries and coaches a group of highly motivated ambitious people who want to take their life to the next level.  to learn more about him: https://www.nathanseaward.com in this podcast you will hear: * a discussion about the coronavirus and it’s global reach * listen to the story of his parents and who he mentor was and the family he grew up in. * the impact of growing up the way he grew up * hear the effect of the way we grow up on who we become * the feelings of loneliness and not knowing how to not be alone * holding people at bay, but not letting them go * the favours of loneliness * the beauty of owning your own experience * the discovery and power of inner child work * witnessing * what he would like to say that he has not said before and why he feels that way * hear us share with each other what we don’t really say to many others * how the way we grew up experiencing love is the way we love now even though we want to love differently * those inflection points where we collide with ourselves * what suprises him most in the work he does * hear the story of what he did in liberia and what he saw * what stops us from loving and accepting each other? * the closed heart reality???? * why do we carry the stories of our childhood so completely into the life we are living now. * the power of how quickly southing can happen * the stories, letting go, and having something completely new * maybe life doesn’t have to be so hard, maybe everything we want can come to us when we just let go of all the stuff that fills us. it is simple. * hear about  the moment when nothing for him was going right and  he couldn’t make it right and what he did. * hear what was the noose around his neck and then what happened. * the difference between getting and receiving * the shack and the mansion * a discussion around minimalism * become aware of what you are carrying around with you, when you can at anytime set it down * hear his answer to the question i always ask to end every podcast *the story of the 7.1 earthquake in australia that he lived through and how fragile the world seemed * hear about the world he sees and why he wants to hand that over to future generations. * just stop and breathe and see all the things you are grateful for that have nothing to do with coronavirus/ * from airline pilot to life coach- hear the why?  the impact.work site that he is offering people for free FOR MORE INFORMATION  ON NATHAN: https://www.nathanseaward.com for his podcast: h impact.work - a free training on calming down and creating space for yourself FOR MORE INFORMATION ON DANNY: www.DanielBruceLevin.com www.TheMosaicOnline.com if you ever need someone to just listen to what you want to say, contact me.

1hr 6mins

17 Mar 2020

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Ep 190 The Salary Is What They Pay You To Give Up On Your Dream | Nathan Seaward

Screw the Naysayers

Nathan Seaward’s childhood dream was to be a pilot. And then became one. Things fell into place for Nathan and who found himself at the top of his game flying Boeing 767’s around the Asia/Pacific. In a world where seniority rules, Nathan was set up for a long and successful career as a pilot. Then he did the unthinkable. After 16 years Nathan quit his job and became a personal coach and host of the Nathan Seaward Show. Unlike a lot of people Nathan did not hate his job. He enjoyed flying. He just felt that something was missing. In this episode Nathan: Says that he believes entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families. Amen to that.  Argues that salary is what they pay you to give up on your dream. Admits that he had a panic attack the week before he left his job (if he chose to go back to flying he would have to start at the bottom of the seniority list) Tells us why he’s declared war on retirement Asks what you’re going to be thinking about in the last 5 minutes of your life Stresses the importance of being able to distinguish between true self and ego Admits that he ran out of money, not once, but twice Says that you’re not really locked into that job you no longer like. You just think you are And much more... For me this interview was a fascinating insight into the mind of someone who quit a job few people quit and now is on a mission to help others create the life they want. Enjoy….. You can reach Nathan at: Website: https://www.nathanseaward.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathan-seaward-a2616216/ Please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to hear your thoughts, comments, and stories, or just make a connection. Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/stnwithtimalison/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/screwthenaysayers/LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-alison/Screw The Naysayers- www.screwthenaysayers.com iTunes: https://apple.co/2LkWSPV Screw the Naysayers Episode Page: https://screwthenaysayers.com/podcast                         Google Play Music: https://bit.ly/2NBgqMv Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2MF5T6g Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2uYCsRC Podbean: https://screwthenaysayers.podbean.com/e/190-Nathan-Seaward/ 

48mins

15 Jan 2020

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Nathan Seaward on making big life choices and starting a new career

Seeds

Nathan Seaward left a successful career as an airline pilot to start something new as a personal coach - in this interview we find out why.  We also discover his life story growing up in New Zealand and what led him to explore overseas and become a pilot.  This also contains the short 2 minute extract I did with him on "heads or tails" and how to make decisions.  Nathan is also a podcaster (The Nathan Seaward Show) so we talk about his podcast as well.  I really enjoyed this conversation with Nathan and am sure you will too. His website: https://www.nathanseaward.com For more interviews visit www.theseeds.nz

46mins

27 Dec 2019

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058: Nathan Seaward from The Nathan Seaward Show

Podcasting Business School

Today I'm Casting The Pod with my friend Nathan Seaward from The Nathan Seaward Show. Nathan believes that through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families. He supports entrepreneurs to create game changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways. Listen in on this episode as Nathan and I discuss: How he found his niche audience and how he's serving them with each episode. How he got the nickname "The Can Opener". His tips for navigating a good interview. Quick tips for a rookie podcaster. Here is how you can connect with Nathan: Website: https://www.nathanseaward.com/ Podcast: https://www.nathanseaward.com/nathanseawardshow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathanseaward/ Check out www.CastingThePod.com for tons of podcasting tips, tools, and support.

31mins

7 Nov 2019

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Choosing challenge and fear as a channel for growth - Nathan Seaward

The Primal Happiness Show

This week's show is with Nathan Seaward. Nathan's self-discovery took him from pilot to coach and now teaches his clients to do the same. Nathan enjoyed a successful 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach and host of The Nathan Seaward Show. He believes, through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families. He supports entrepreneurs to create game changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways.  From being a successful entrepreneur in the food industry, to leaving at the height of his piloting career to serve others, he’s always lived at the edge of his comfort zone, taking on new and challenging things in service of being his best self and serving the world. Nathan and I had such a rich deep conversation about choosing into adventure and challenge as a way to fuel growth and specifically to be more authentic. We talked about the inevitable fear that shows up, how to understand it and determine where it's coming from. And lastly, how to discern intuition, head and heart.

47mins

18 Oct 2019

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74: Find your Inner Entrepreneur with Nathan Seaward (Part 2)

Business Breakthrough

Growing up, Nathan Seaward not only wanted to be a pilot, but he probably wanted to be an actual airplane! Nathan dedicated the first half of his life to his pilot career, but a deep inner sense that he had more to give to the world led him away from his stable job, and into a successful coaching career.In this episode, Nathan and Estie go deep into the coaching and consulting industry, exploring everything from how to set up an online coaching course, to the lazy entrepreneur and the what-if-positive mindset. Tune in for a fun episode packed with jokes, quips and of course incredible value. My Guest: Nathan SeawardNathan Seaward’s self-discovery took him from pilot to coach and now teaches his clients to do the same.Nathan Seaward enjoyed a successful 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach and host of The Nathan Seaward Show. He believes, through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families.He supports entrepreneurs to create game changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways. From being a successful entrepreneur in the food industry, to leaving at the height of his piloting career to serve others, he’s always lived at the edge of his comfort zone, taking on new and challenging things in service of being his best self and serving the world. Episode Highlights:[05:31]: I wanted to be a pilot since I was eight years old as well. So in a way, there was a conflict, you know, having this really entrepreneurial flair, but desperately loving airplanes. I think I wanted to be an airplane first and then realized, ok, you can’t be an airplane.[08:15]: I call it EBS. I think something that a lot of entrepreneurs suffer from is called Entrepreneurial Boredom Syndrome. The fun part is the building. Once it starts working, it’s not so fun anymore.[08:42]: An expert in the food industry we managed to get in touch with said, it’s a third-third-third model. Really simply, you should have a third of your costs as your food acquisition, a third should be all your other costs and then a third should be profit. So, if you’re buying a piece of fish, it should cost you $1, your fixed costs should be $1 and then you should make $1 profit. So you should sell it for $3. And we were selling it for $2.20, and we were the most expensive in the city.[14:22]: We did a lot of cargo, flying cargo airplanes. And so we would start work at 8 pm and finish at 5 am. We’d go down to Asia, and then come back to Japan. And it was brutal. You know, doing it three nights a week. There’s a ton of reasons why I got out of flying, but that was probably one of the biggest ones. I just saw the impact it was having on my health, just not being able to catch up on sleep. Not being able to recover is really tough.[18:15]: I keep reminding people that. We come out of careers, we come out of college, we come out of school, and we’re like, how do you do it? What’s the framework? And it’s like, hey, the framework is whatever the heck you want it to be. Create your own utopia.[22:17]: And I was like, “Wow, I’ve had to never network before.” You know, as a pilot, there’s no need to network to find a bunch of flight attendants or network to find, you know, to find the air traffic controller. So it’s like, “Man, this, this is the new skill for me.” And sales. I’ve never sold anything before. It’s taken me five years just to become comfortable with asking somebody for money.[35:32]: I call them “What if positive.” What if you try this business and what if you meet the woman of your dreams in the pursuit of this business? Will that make it worth it? What if you leave your job and then start growing this business, and it takes you into a whole different industry that you never thought and there is 10 times as much profit available than you ever imagined when you first started?[47:19]: So I’m a lazy entrepreneur. Whatever Gary Vee says, I sort of do the opposite. I’m like, don’t work before you’re living, take Mondays off…. Quote: Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, either way, you’re right.  – Henry Ford Resources & Links: Find Nathan: nathanseaward.com Find Nathan on Social: Facebook The Nathan Seaward Show: Apple Podcasts Work with Estie: www.strandconsulting.net Join us on the Show: www.estierand.com/breakthrough For Part 1 of this episode, where you can hear more about Nathan’s fish & chip shop and how to fly a plane on auto-pilot, go to estierand.com/74-1. Did you enjoy this episode? Then subscribe to my podcast on iTunes, so you can get automatic updates whenever another episode goes live (and you will be helping me get to #1 on iTunes, making us all cooler in the process!)

36mins

12 Sep 2019

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