The Mind Aware Show with Dana Wilde

The Mind Aware Show with Dana Wilde

The Mind Aware Show is the podcast for go-getters, achievers, and entrepreneurs who are continually maximizing their lives. Dana Wilde's podcast goes beyond normal mindset and positive thinking shows to delve into HOW successful people think on wealth, health, and more. Dana’s philosophy can be summarized like this: When you feel good … when you’re happy … you have a better life. You make better decisions. You FEEL like working. You FEEL like engaging. You make better connections. You are putting the best YOU forward. When you feel good, then success in all areas of your life is easier to achieve. Feel good. Act great. Dana is the bestselling author of Train Your Brain and was featured in the movie, The Abundance Factor with T.Harv Eker, John Assaraf, Bob Proctor, Vishen Lakhiani, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Jairek Robbins (Tony Robbin’s Son), and more. How do successful people think? Find with The Mind Aware Show.... Show More
December 31, 2019

Who:  Dana Wilde - Bestselling Author of Train Your Brain, Creator of The Celebrity Formula, and Host of The Mind Aware Show

What This Show is About:  In Service to Others?  Dana is letting her freak flag fly in this episode. She explains why she is NOT of service to those around her and her definition of leadership.  If you're ready to ring in the New Year and the new age, then this episode is for you. 

The Mind Aware Show is Positive Mindset for Entrepreneurs.  Dana Wilde, the #1 bestselling author of Train Your Brain, delivers motivation, marketing ideas, and business tips designed to breakthrough your limiting beliefs, and manifest freedom and success in your business.  Dana Wilde goes beyond positive thinking and the Law of Attraction. This show is the ultimate in Entrepreneur Mindset. Click here to ask Dana:  http://www.danawilde.com/askdana

Please check out our episode notes below…

00.45 - The New Year is a time for REFLECTION. Find out what you can reflect on this year!

01.52 - Discover what PHRASE we tend to talk about a lot in the personal transformation space and what I recommend ELIMINATING from your vocabulary (it's a RADICAL thought too)!

03.25 - Listen in here for the VERBIAGE to use instead and what I want for our 'SANDBOX'!

04.20 - Tune in to hear my view of the new AGE of 2020 and what others are looking for!

05.22 - Learn about how we together can CRAFT or CREATE this new VISION for 2020!

Where to Learn More:   

http://www.danaclass.com 

http://www.danawilde.com 

Six Week Intentional Action Course starts on Monday, January 6, 2020:

The Six Week Intentional Action Course is a FAVORITE in Train Your Brain U!  We're going to spend six weeks together doing weekly calls and achieving THREE solid goals in the six week period!  These can be business goals OR personal goals! This is the course where you learn how to take POSITIVE intentional action!  Get stuff done the FEEL GOOD way!  

Train Your Brain U members, you receive FREE ACCESS to this course! Details for this course will be provided through our Six Week Intentional Action Course Facebook Group, request to join the Facebook Group HERE: www.DanaWilde.com/6WIACFB 

If you are NOT a member of Train Your Brain U, then enroll in this course here: www.danawilde.com/action

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