Rank #1: Destination:Growth | 033
In this episode of Do The Work, Az and Carla have discovered their growth not just as individuals but as parents. Changing the patterns that you blame on others for your finances, your health, and your business is crucial to your success as a person and a parent. Giving your kids the tools to identify what will trigger them and give them the permission and the tools to overcome it. Whether you are going for something big, it's what we decide to go through at that moment, and asking the right questions.
Rank #2: The Blame Game | 020
In this episode of Do the Work, AZ and Carla discuss how placing the blame when things go wrong in your life, is a weak excuse for failure. Empower yourself with the experiences you have had, to make your decisions with thoughtful purpose. Stop blaming others for where your unhappiness lies, and grab ahold of your backbone and own your own s**t.
Rank #3: Quit Holding Your Man Back | 019
In this episode of Do the Work, AZ and Carla discuss how disempowering your man, doesn’t just mean taking his balls and putting them in your purse. It starts with not being supportive of his efforts, while he is trying to lead his home. Men are task focused and women can do it all, but if they make it a team effort the couple can enjoy the have it all lifestyle together.
Rank #4: The Chronicles of a Neverending Story | 032
In this episode of Do the Work, Az and Carla the couple share with their listeners about the ups and downs of being in business with your spouse. Roles at home don't necessarily carry over into the workplace, and vice versa. Setting firm boundaries and clear guidelines won't make things perfect but will push you forward towards success. Treat your spouse like an equal to give them the confidence to show up like a boss. You will never have a more loyal and honest person to have your back.
Rank #5: Stressing the Small Stuff | 021
In this episode of Do the Work, AZ and Carla discuss how their morning started off rough because Carla was ranting. Misdirecting your anger at someone who wasn't your trigger, is a hazard of housing negative energy. By stepping back and assessing the root of the problem, you can reach a solution on your own, and have a productive outcome.
Rank #6: Hustle and Flow Men Beware | 022
In this episode of Do the Work, the couple discusses how “Flow” is in the house and Carla is working over her capacity. Finding a way to control the side effects of the monthly drain that is “Flow,” Carla has learned to harness that energy for good instead of evil. Men don't understand how it feels to be kicked in the balls for 2 weeks straight, but women take “Flow” on, toe to toe. Take that time ladies and turn it into a positive use of raw energy, and unbridled aggression. Embrace it and let
Rank #7: Put Me in Coach | 009
In this episode of Do the Work with AZ and Carla, the couple is joined in the studio by Coach Isaiah. The trio discusses how people tend to want what success brings without doing the footwork. Also, the importance of finding the right Coach will make or break your game. Don't be left on the sidelines, tune in now.
Rank #8: When Anxiety Empowers | 011
In this episode of Do the Work with AZ and Carla, the couple spends some time discussing and sharing the experiences they had when anxiety and depression were at its height for Carla. Making sure you are not looking back or ahead but right where you are is the first step. Be anxious for nothing the good book says, and so does the voice that rules her now. To learn more visit www.dothework.com
Rank #9: A Journey of A Million Steps | 010
In this episode of Do the Work with AZ and Carla, the couple share how working through an enormous business loss taught them a lot about who they were as individuals and the roles that ensued. People may want what they have but they don't realize the trials, tribulations and sacrifice it took to reach their level of success. It's only fun and games until someone gets their ass tattooed. To learn more visit www.dothework.com
Rank #10: Why So Blue, Boo? | 031
In this episode of Do the Work, AZ and Carla discuss how when your spouse feels down, you should also. Or should you? Trying to entice your partner into an argument when you are not up to par, is just a form of sabotage. Recognizing that your spouse is being triggered by something and stepping back is a form of growth. When you do this you will be able to connect in your marriage at a deeper level.