• #85 Fitness Guru Tony Horton of P90X on the Psychology of Becoming Great

    Posted on February 19, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    The failures that led to becoming the biggest name in fitness. Today I bring you Tony Horton. Tony is the wildly popular creator of the best-selling fitness series: P90X®, and most recently 22 Minute Hard Corps®. Tony is a world-class motivational speaker, personal development coach and author. Need I say more? But first…. If you […]

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    Why Every Kid SHOULD Get A Trophy

    Posted on February 19, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in popular.

    The recent tirade by the Louisville head women’s basketball coach about “every kid gets a trophy” is the latest public lashing of society. It’s an unfortunate irony. The very coach whose job is to teach young athletes accountability is blaming someone else for his own failure as a coach. This is a coach who played […]

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  • #84 Jason MacKenzie: The Guy Who Shares How to Actually Have the Confidence to Just Be Yourself

    Posted on February 13, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    Being truly authentic is scary. Why one man makes it his priority. Today I bring you Jason MacKenzie. Jason MacKenzie is an expert on peak human performance. He’s a father, speaker, author and coach. He teaches audiences around the world how cultivating vulnerability will liberate the strength, wisdom, and courage we already possess. He is […]

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  • #83 Dan Tudor of Tudor Collegiate Services: How to Sell Even if You’re Not in Sales

    Posted on February 5, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    How one man created his own category within a niche. Today I bring you Dan Tudor. His company, Tudor Collegiate Strategies, is the nation’s leading consulting service for college athletic departments and coaches. Their focus is developing winning recruiting strategies for their clients, who range from some of the nation’s high profile athletic programs to […]

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    What If I Coached You?

    Posted on February 3, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Goal setting.

    I hope you’re surviving the flu season better than my family. Ali and 2 of my kids got the flu and the other 2 were home sick from school a couple days this week. I’ve stayed healthy so my job has been to keep everybody alive until Ali is back on her feet… easier said […]

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    The Soundtrack of Success

    Posted on February 1, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Mindset, popular.

    I watched a really great motivational video on Youtube recently. You should watch it (below). It’s riveting and inspiring. But when it turned it off, I was back in reality. The inspirational music was gone. It was just me and my thoughts… and the sound of a dog barking in the distance. I was standing […]

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  • #82 Mark Goblowsky Shares His Story of Pain and the Resulting Strength Through The Struggle

    Posted on January 29, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    Today I bring you Mark Goblowsky. Since 1988 Mark has shared the beauty, strength and transformative power of Kung-fu both through his academy and at seminars around the country. He’s also the host of the Strength Through The Struggle podcast. It’s Mark’s mission to find those who’ve come through pain and heartache and are stronger […]

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  • #81 Professional Speaker, Ultramarathoner Jon Vroman on How to Crush Your Fears and Create Epic Moments in Your Life

    Posted on January 22, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    EPIC stories of failure and a REAL LIFE affirmation read live on the show. Today I bring you Jon Vroman. Jon Vroman is an award-winning keynote speaker, ultra-marathon runner, host of the Front Row Factor Podcast and founder of Front Row Foundation, a charity established in 2005 that creates front row experiences for individuals who […]

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  • #80 Michael Bungay Stanier and The 7 Simple Questions Leaders Need to Ask

    Posted on January 15, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    Dale Carnegie told us to be “genuinely interested” and to “ask questions of others.” Michael reveals a powerful method for leading others to discover answers for themselves by asking specific questions. Today I bring you Michael Bungay Stanier. Michael is the Senior Partner at Box of Crayons, a company that helps organizations do less Good […]

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  • #79 Diamond Dallas Page: An Unlikely Journey to the Professional Wrestling World Title

    Posted on January 8, 2017 by Jim Harshaw in Podcast.

    Today I bring you Diamond Dallas Page. Yes, I am a competitive wrestler interviewing a semi-retired professional wrestler. When I came across what Dallas is doing now, I was absolutely blown away. But before we get to that, let me introduce him to those who don’t know who he is. In addition to his two-decade […]

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