10 Minute Mindset

10 Minute Mindset

10 Minute Mindset is designed to help you start your day in the best state possible. Our habits create the life we experience each day. 10 Minute Mindset shares roughly 10 minutes of new content every single day to help you create momentum toward the life you desire to experience. Our daily GIO method kicks off each episode to help you become intentional and specific about the outcome you want to create, back it with compelling emotion, take strategic action toward it, and to do it from an empowering state of gratitude. The rest of the podcast is designed to help you build and align your mindset with your unique purpose—and to live that purpose passionately to create true fulfillment in your life. If you want to uncover your unique purpose to serve and impact the world as only you can, then join us for 10 minutes each day to align your mindset and build momentum toward what you desire to achieve.... Show More

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September 19, 2020 18 min
I had a great conversation with my good friend David Barnes who coaches people to breakthroughs using...are you ready for this....MOVIES! Yes, you read that correctly—David has a library of thousands of movies that he and his team have watched and categorized and catalogued based on their energetic properties and the lessons and messages they convey. He also has a five minute intention session that goes with the specific movie he h...
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Neil Sahota is back for part two of our conversation on the podcast. In this episode we talk about a couple of the projects Neil is currently working on to utilize Artificial Intelligence to create social good in the world. We also talk about the development of technology over the years and how virtual reality could play a big role in education, entertainment, and more in the not so distant future.
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Neil Sahota is an IBM Master Inventor, United Nations (UN) Artificial Intelligence (AI) Advisor, and Faculty at UC Irvine. Neil joined me on this episode of the podcast to talk about the opportunities that Artificial Intelligence offers us as a technology and a tool. We also talk about what we believe philosophically when it comes to humans and technologically becoming more and more inseparable and what the possible future holds as...
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My good friend Yoram Solomon joined me on Casual Conversations to chat about media, trust, business, technology, and more!
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Paul Conant is back for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talk about the value of building and growing a business through genuine connecting conversations. We also talk about some of the marketing tactics that we see entrepreneurs trying to use today and how Paul really wants to do business with people he would enjoy hanging out with at a barbecue.
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Paul Conant has more than 25 years of experience in building businesses as well as sales training for small companies and big box retail firms. He joined me on the podcast to talk about his experience in digital marketing over the past 25 years, what he believes to be the biggest opportunity and shift in the market to date, where ad targeting is headed, and how he handles the haters who pop up on social media.
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I had a great conversation with Lauren Kress who is known as "The Business Scientist." Lauren is also a really great friend of mine and someone that I absolutely love chatting with because she really knows business strategy and is equal parts analytical and creative with her approach.
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Kyle Gillette is back for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talk about what it means to have what he calls a SAGE Mindset. We also talk about leadership, prayer, and Kyle shares some stories of where SAGE showed up in his own life.
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Kyle Gillette is the owner of Gillette Solutions, a Professional Coaching and consulting company. He joined me on the podcast to talk about his story of starting his company and what led him to becoming an entrepreneur. We also talk about the power of appreciating in lieu of comparing ourselves to others, the pressure of success, and the legacy you are born into and also desire to create and eventually leave behind.
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I had such a wonderful conversation with my good friend and author Missy Maxwell Worton! Her story is so powerful and with her family is doing such big things in the fight against child trafficking.
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Charlie Mechem is back for part two of our conversation on the podcast. In this episode Charlie shares the second half of his incredible story in business and in life, he shares his principle of allowing the story to unfold and opportunities to find him, we talk about some of the major deals he was able to make as a high powered CEO, and he also mentions he would do differently if he had to go back in time and do it all over again.
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Charlie Mechem’s remarkable business career spans six decades and includes stints as a lawyer, CEO of the Taft Broadcasting empire of media outlets that owned the iconic Hanna-Barbera cartoon company, and the Commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. Charlie joined me on the podcast to talk about the power of humility in success, his amazing story growing up and creating business success, and he also shares some gre...
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Beth Ziesenis is back for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talk about some useful and easy ways Beth has discovered for organizing the tens of thousands of pictures we store on all our electronic devices. We also talk about messaging apps, touch on the Apple vs. Android debate, and Beth shares other digital organizational tips.
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Beth Ziesenis is the author of six books and keeps up with the latest technology to educate and entertain her audience with the fast-changing world of technology. Beth joined me on the podcast to talk about the power of the many apps we have access to via our phones, tablets, and computers. We also talked about how to efficiently find and use apps, what makes her so passionate about apps, and we even talk about some possible future...
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I had the honor of having some great conversations with fellow podcast host and founder of Girls 4 Greatness Delia Perry! In this conversation we talked about podcasting and how the platform has helped us create conversations that have positively impacted our own lives and the lives of others.
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September 1, 2020 15 min
Gail Golden is back on the podcast for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talk about her philosophy of curation over trying to juggle things until we find that elusive balance that everyone seems to always talk about. We also talk about perception, comparison, and finding happiness in the pursuit of our desired outcomes.
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Gail Golden, MBA, Ph.D., helps people hit peak performance and become better leaders by drawing on her unique cross-background perspective. She joined me on the podcast to talk about her philosophy of curating our lives by putting our focus and attention on the things that we are innately good at while coming to grips with and accepting the areas where we might not inherently shine.
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I had a great conversation with my good friend and fellow podcaster Nate Peo! We talked about processes, what it really means to go all-in on something, how we get the most out of what we have to work with individually, and more!
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Frank Agin is back on the podcast for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talk about the best way to effectively get started when it comes to networking. Frank and I also talk about one of his favorite ways to network which is to volunteer in the community based on his personal passions and interests. Finally we touch on the power of conversations, networking, and building relationships in the referral and sales proces...
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Frank Agin is the founder and president of AmSpirit Business Connections, where he works to empower entrepreneurs, sales representatives and professionals around the country to become more successful through networking. He joined me on the podcast to talk about his passion for business networking. We also talked about how to keep networking effective when you do it consistently and how to create real relationships while networking ...
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