Fear of failure Live Cast

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-aj53w-dd3cab

Hey I recorded this on Sunday night I think on my YouTube channel and am now releasing it via audio format.  Take a listen about fear of failure and how we don’t take chances when we really should.

 

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The Number One.

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-mzue2-dc5090

I discuss the importance of making sure that you are setting the tone for your day, for your hour and for your minute by changing your thoughts.  Change your momentum if it is going the wrong way to be successful the rest of your day.

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Neither success or failure define us as a person,

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-yqsk8-db9608

Sometimes we define ourselves as a person from the outcome of the goals we are trying to achieve.  Sometimes we fabricate our truth based on what out end results are … either a failure or a success.  Neither one of those matter to be honest but all the stuff in between is what defines us as a person .. the stuff that happens in between the starting line and the “finish” line that we are striving for.

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Music from this episode was purchased at http://www.audioblocks.com

 

Have you clearly defined success? Are you willing to change that over time?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-kh6iy-db3940

In this podcast, I discuss my thought process when I was on a fellow podcaster’s (Wes Tankersley) interview when he asked me what I considered to be success.  It really got me thinking and in this episode, I talk about ways to quantify success, ways to hep change it when necessary and ways to make sure that we take inventory if we are on the path to success.

To become a patron of this show, you can visit http://www.patreon.com/liquidcoffeetalk

The music from this episode was purchased through http://www.audioblocks.com

 

Live Interview with artist, Dave Conrey

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-7a8ar-dad781

In this episode I discussed the mantra of “Do the Work” with artist/graphic designer from Long Beach California among many other topics like social media, art, life and everything in between.  Hope you enjoy it, I know I did.

You can also watch this livestream on my YouTube channel here:  https://youtu.be/TEG6ipURQQ4

Daves webpage: http://www.daveconrey.com

Social media handles for all platforms: @daveconrey

TikTok handle: @davemakesthings

If you want to become a patron of THIS show you can go to http://www.patreon.com/liquidcoffeetalk

 

Interview with Daryl Perry

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-j7k7v-da0b9b

This was a great interview that we grabbed the audio from the live stream that we did yesterday on YouTube and on Facebook.  Daryl is someone that I am inspired by because he has been through a lot, has traveled the journey and come out with a positive and effective message.  Take a listen to his story and where he has come to get where he is.  Here are some of the places that you will find him:

http://www.yourlevelfitness.com/blog

Podcast: The Daryl Perry Podcast (on any of the platforms)

Instagram: @yourlevelfitness

And he has another podcast he is coming out with soon that he goes into detail with.

 

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Music from this episode was purchased from http://www.audioblocks.com

 

Control what you can control along with be proud of how far you’ve come

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-u9jq9-d9c9af

In this episode I discuss the importance of acknowledgement of the circumstances, adapting to the surroundings and creating a plan to move forward  all the while, knowing that you cannot control everything.  What are you most proud of is also another thing we discuss in this podcast.

To become a patron of the show, visit http://www.patreon.com/liquidcoffeetalk

Music purchased through http://www.audioblocks.com