Rank #1: How To Fix Your Sales
Dec 02 2014
Rank #2: 295: How To Inspire Team Loyalty, Buy-in, and Productivity
Team members produce excellent work, and drive success. Employees produce subpar work, and watch the clock all day so they can drive... home... right at 5 o'clock.
How can you better lead so that employees transform into team members?
Learn how to inspire loyalty, buy-in, and productivity in your team this week >> http://bit.ly/2RucZtW
Oct 09 2018
Rank #3: How To Get Unstuck
What keeps you from being great?
If you think about it like a car, you’ve got a brake pedal and a gas pedal – is your foot on the gas or the brake?
Most people have an idea of what holds them back but for some reason they don’t think of it actually slowing down their life.
These “brake pedals” could be keeping you from doing great things.
So… here’s what I want you to do:
Get our a pen and paper. (I want this to be visual.)
Using the Wheel of Life as a guide, I want you to ask yourself, “What’s slamming on the breaks?”. Do this in each area.
What are the things in the financial area that is holding you back?
What’s slamming on your breaks in the spiritual area of your life?
Are you exercising?
Do you feel great?
Do you not feel smart enough?
Do you not feel good enough?
Are they telling you you can
Are they controlling?
Are they abusive?
Do you have good people in your life?
Are you surrounded by negative people?
Are you following your dreams?
Do you even know what your dreams are?
Is it a bad leader?
Are you giving 100%?
Are you afraid to fail?
Then rate them from zero to 100.
For example: How much is a fear of failure holding me back in my career? ( 70%)
Be sure to run through each area, write down your answers, and then process through them.
Why are they holding you back? Why are they brake pedals?
And, most importantly, how am I going to get my foot off the brake and on the gas?
This should begin to identify those major road blocks in your life and how to manage them better. Once you know what’s stopping you from reaching the next level then you can begin to create a plan on how to get there.
This is a lot of work but you can do it!
If you are having trouble or just want this at a deeper level, (like 100x!!!) then look into Next-Level Life.
This is one of the many things that we cover in order to make sure your foot is on the gas pedal for your life.
Question: Is your foot on the brake or the gas?
Mar 04 2015
Rank #4: Top Moments of 2014
Can you believe it? Are you ready for 2015? I know you are!
Today I wanted to get the team on the show to share their top podcast moments from 2014.
The good, the bad, and the awkward. #essentialoils #walgreens
The team and I talk about the highlights and touching moments that created a legendary 2014 for us.
It's a long one and we cover a lot of ground - so let's dive in/
AND a shout out to everyone who has left us a review on iTunes - YOU ROCK!
Today is the last day to leave a review for a free DISC Personality Profile.
So go to iTunes, leave a review, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, reference your review with your name and we'll make sure you get your FREE Test.
Dec 31 2014
Rank #5: The Chris LoCurto Show - Q&A Sick Day
This listener question came to us from Bill who is a manager of about 15 folks.
Here's his situation: "...about every 2 weeks an employee is consistently calling out sick, at what point do I say "that's it, I've had enough"?
GOOD QUESTION BILL!
(fyi…we're sending you a free DISC personality test for sending in your question)
Now you should know that with employees calling in sick I'm more concerned about the person than I am the business. I want to discover how I can help that person. What's going on in their life? What's really causing all the absence?
But…if I sense that an employee is abusing their sick day then I must act to protect my companies culture.
Today's show is sure to be a doozy!
View the full post here: http://bit.ly/10XSr0Z
Nov 12 2014
Rank #6: 196: Ask Chris: How High Performing Leaders Manage Their Time
Oct 03 2016
Rank #7: 153: High Levels of Quality Communication
Today, on the podcast, we are answering a question that came in from one of our listeners.
Justin writes, "I have to start with the obvious. Thanks for all that you guys are doing and keep killing it. I know you're always open to suggestions for podcast topics, and yes we are, so I wanted to throw out the idea of doing something high level on communication, and maybe topic in with your top 10 recommended books on communication.
I loved your list on the poverty mindset. I know how important you think communication is, and I think most of your listeners could benefit from what you have to say on the topic and from the books you recommend. Thanks again, and keep up the good work."
Thank you Justin, we appreciate all of that. I'm going to answer Justin's question but before I do I have created a tool for you to use to help you better communicate.
There are some do's and some don'ts of body language when you're communicating effectively. So make sure that you get today's download if you want to know these things, and you want the power of understanding body language, and the things to do and not to do for effective communication.
Here are the points we discuss:
Being Socially Aware
Responsibility and Accountability
Oct 27 2015
Rank #8: 199: Ask Chris: How Smart Leaders Motivate Their Team
Oct 25 2016
Rank #9: It's All About Mindset
If you are justing starting out on your entrepreneurial journey or you are a seasoned CEO this episode will inspire you to take a look in the mirror and recommit to staying on a growth trajectory.
On today’s show you will learn:
How to figure out how much to charge for your services
The importance of mindset in success
Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset
Will your customers leave if you raise your prices
Why mindset is the key to achieving your goals
The crippling power of limiting beliefs
That you can not stay isolated on your journey
Also, be sure to download Joel’s marketing framework for growing your business the right way.
It’s all about Get – Serve – Keep!
Dec 16 2014
Rank #10: 322: Get Results: Stop Settling For Task Completion
It's NOT the task that wins, it's the result of the task that wins.
Do you have a task result gap? It may look like this...
* Tasks are getting completed, but KPIs aren't being hit
* You don't see the results from the vendors that you were promised
* Team members come to you seeking your solution to every issue instead of taking steps to solve it
Close the Task-Result gap and start seeing more ROI in your role, on your team, and in the business: https://chrislocurto.com/get-results-stop-settling-for-task-completion/
Apr 16 2019
Rank #11: 151: Mastering Habits with Gretchen Rubin
Do you have any bad habits? Do you wonder why so many successful Entrepreneurs are able to create habits that contribute to their success while others can't seem to get them to stick? Well then you are in for a treat on today's podcast. The crazy, incredibly talented Gretchen Rubin in on to talk about that very thing! One of the things with happiness and habits, is to manage your own mind, to really think about the mood that you're in or the way that you're feeling and think about, "What can I do to fix this? That is the biggest myth is that there's a right habit that everyone should follow and it will work for everyone. There's all different factors that could influence whether someone found it easier or harder to keep their habit of exercise. An important clue is, when have you succeeded and when have you failed? How do you measure people against each other? How do you create a framework for understanding the patterns that we see? This thing almost melted my brain, it was so hard to grasp. I realized that when it comes to habits, people fell into four very striking patterns. I divided all of humanity into four. There are upholders, questioners, obligers, and rebels. So, the challenge for each of us is to take advantage of the strengths and counterbalance the weaknesses so we can get ourselves to the place we would want to be.
Oct 13 2015
Rank #12: 198: Encore Episode: What You Have In Common With Wine
In this Encore podcast I’ll explain:
- How farming and the process of wine making relates to you and your business
- How wine grapes are grown and how this relates to you and your business
- Your Root System
- What makes a great farmer and how that farmer harvests a perfect grape
- The process of destroying perfect grapes to make great wine
Oct 17 2016
Rank #13: 142: Rabbi Lapin Business Secrets From The Bible
Aug 10 2015
Rank #14: 359: Stop Surviving
Jan 21 2020
Rank #15: 204: How to Stop Surviving and Start Living
Nov 29 2016
Rank #16: 244: 5 Critical Steps to Lead Yourself Better
Here are 5 steps to leading yourself better starting this week: https://chrislocurto.com/5-critical-steps-to-lead-yourself-better/
Oct 06 2017
Rank #17: 209: How To Lead Yourself, Starting with Mindset
Jan 10 2017
Rank #18: Q&A: Are You at a Career Crossroad?
Dec 02 2014
Rank #19: The Chris LoCurto Show - 10 Signs You're a People Pleaser
Are you afraid of other peoples opinions of you? Do you always seem to attract folks who need rescuing?
Well…you just might be a people pleaser.
Quite a few people who come through Next-Level Life struggle with being a people pleaser and finding their worth in the acceptance of other people. It can control them.
When your life always revolves around being a people pleaser you actually end up losing life. It robs you of your authentic self
and it all comes from a persons root system. It's the stuff that's deeply ingrained in you.
In today's show I look at 10 signs you may be a people pleaser.
Here's they are:
1. You end up doing things for others in hopes that they will do things for you.
2. You become frustrated when people don't love you back.
3. You're guarded and you don't let people in so that you don't get hurt.
4. You're always afraid of other peoples opinions of you.
5. You feel you are worth less than other people.
6. You attract takers and people who always need to be rescued.
7. You always apologize for things that you do. You blame yourself.
8. You become a victim of constructive criticism.
9. You neglect you.
10. You let opportunities and life pass you by.
If that list sounds a lot like you and you found yourself saying, "That's me!", you need to start the conversation about Next-Level Life.
Your worth is not dependent on someone else's opinion of you. It's dependent on God and what God thinks is really all that's important. Find your significance in Him - He's crazy about you!
Question: Without naming names, do you know someone who is a people pleaser? (Maybe yourself) Which sign would you say is most prominent for them?
Nov 12 2014
Rank #20: 318: My Favorite Tool For Communication and Execution
In our interview, you’re going to learn how to…
*Have more effective internal communication
*Give accountability at the task level without getting bogged down
*Improve execution on projects.
Show notes and resources here >> https://chrislocurto.com/my-favorite-tool-for-communication-and-execution/
Mar 19 2019