The Average Of The Five People | Morning ROAR V3.36

Summary:

You are the average of the 5 people you surround yourself with. Whether or not you realise it, the people that you surround yourself with set your standards. Sticking with people that tear you down is not conducive to success, while admirable individuals will elevate you directly or indirectly.

In This Episode…

  • Creating grander visions and ideas for our own futures
  • Building relationships that are healthy in your own personal growth.

Today’s ROAR Thought:

Above all, experience is everything. In business, it dictates whether or not your customer will continue doing business with you. In our personal lives, it is what makes people gravitate toward us or avoid us entirely. For the entrepreneur, these two areas of life interweave intimately; therefore it is important to always be a person that you’d like to interact with.

Credits:

The soundtrack for each episode of Morning ROAR is produced by Dave Carter. Thank you for your amazing work Dave!

Special Thanks:

This podcast is made possible by the amazing work and brilliance of Morning ROAR’s audio engineer, Jerson Obial. I would also like to extend a very special thanks to Morning ROAR’s executive assistant, Meghan Boilard, Both team members mentioned are crucial to the Morning ROAR team and we could not be luckier to have them with us.

How You Can Help:

I really hope that this podcast is helping you think about how important your time is. I know it is helping me get a clearer idea on my own values, as well as challenging me to think about where I am spending my time.

I’d really appreciate if you could head over to iTunes when you have a moment and give the show a 5 star rating (If you believe that the Morning ROAR deserves it) and a review.

How Can I Help You?

What do you need help with right now? How can I help you? Let me know. The reason I am being so bold to ask this is because I believe only a small number of people reading this right now are at a point where they are ready to take action. Are you one of those people?

Now, Let’s Make Today Count!

What are you doing today, right now, that is contributing towards your goal? Share it in the comments and make it real, make it accountable.

Do Things That Don’t Scale | Morning ROAR V1.72

Summary:

Success is often the result of many small movements over time rather than one leaping bound. On today’s episode, find out how small investments today can lead to lasting prosperity in the future.

In This Episode…

  • Who is Paul Graham and how has he influenced our everyday lives?
  • What is the huge attraction behind startups and what is danger behind it?
  • What will your clientele remember about you long after your transactions are through?

Today’s ROAR Thought:

Naturally, people are anxious to create projects that go far beyond their wildest dreams. Often times, the necessities of a strong foundation are sacrificed in exchange for quick results. Don’t forget about the things that keep you grounded – otherwise, you’re bound to collapse.

Credits:

Outro spoken by Ashlyn Nicole Selich.The soundtrack for each episode of Morning ROAR is produced by Dave Carter.
Thank you for your amazing work Ashlyn and Dave!

Special Thanks:

This podcast is made possible by the amazing work and brilliance of Morning ROAR’s audio engineer, Jerson Obial.

How You Can Help:

I really hope that this podcast is helping you think about how important your time is. I know it is helping me get a clearer idea on my own values, as well as challenging me to think about where I am spending my time.

I’d really appreciate if you could head over to iTunes when you have a moment and give the show a 5 star rating (If you believe that the Morning ROAR deserves it) and a review.

How Can I Help You?

What do you need help with right now? How can I help you? Let me know. The reason I am being so bold to ask this is because I believe only a small number of people reading this right now are at a point where they are ready to take action. Are you one of those people?  

Now, Let’s Make Today Count!

What are you doing today, right now, that is contributing towards your goal? Share it in the comments and make it real, make it accountable

Honesty Is Honestly The Best Policy | Morning ROAR V1.05

Summary

While researching for the podcast, Adam finds an article that he aims to disprove. The value of honesty – specifically, honesty with yourself – is discussed in depth.

In This Episode…

  • The long term damage a lack of honesty can create.
  • Why do lies act as hurdles toward achieving your goals?
  • What is the one step you can take today toward improving yourself?

Today’s ROAR Thought:

The only way to assess what you are capable of and become the person you’d like to be is through being honest with yourself. If you lie about the person you are, you will never become the person you’d like to be.

Resources

“Only three types of people tell the truth. 1) Kids 2) The drunk 3) The Angry” on Facebook
Jonathan Mead on PaidtoExist.com

Credits

Outro spoken by Ashlyn Nicole Selich. Thank you for your amazing work Ashlyn.

Special thanks

This podcast is made possible by the amazing work and brilliance of Morning ROAR’s audio engineer, Emma-Victoria Houlton from WeProduce.

How You Can Help

I really hope that this podcast is helping you think about how important your time is. I know it is helping me get a clearer idea on my own values, as well as challenging me to think about where I am spending my time.

I’d really appreciate if you could head over to iTunes when you have a moment and give the show a 5 star rating (If you believe that the Morning ROAR deserves it) and a review.

How Can I Help You?

What do you need help with right now? How can I help you? Let me know. The reason I am being so bold to ask this is because I believe only a small number of people reading this right now are at a point where they are ready to take action. Are you one of those people?

Now, Let’s Make Today Count!

What are you doing today, right now, that is contributing towards your goal? Share it in the comments and make it real, make it accountable.