But sticking with resolutions is hard. Very few of us are consistently committed to ourselves.
It is not easy.
We have to think of new habits like a roller coaster.
We’re building momentum to making the change. But then the roller coaster goes down.
The dip is normal.
When you’re feeling low, you have to know that you will climb back up.
You have the forward motion to make it happen.
To talk about this journey of transformation, I wanted to share a special presentation and Q+A from this year’s Summit of Greatness with an inspirational icon: Shaun T.
Shaun T is a world-renowned health and fitness expert, TV host, motivator and creator of the best-selling fitness programs INSANITY, HIP HOP ABS, FOCUS T25, INSANITY MAX:30, CIZE and newly released SHAUN WEEK. He has hosted several primetime TV series and shared the stage with Adam Lambert and Val Kilmer in the musical version of the Ten Commandments, as well as landing roles in Pippin, Applause, Six Feet Underand the feature film Beauty Shop.
A native of New Jersey, Shaun T received a BS in Sports Science and a minor in Theater and Dance from Rowan University. He’s danced with Mariah Carey as well as Aaron and Nick Carter and choreographed for USTA’s Arthur Ashe Kids Day, the NCAA Final Four Halftime Show and the movie Bring it on: All or Nothing.
Shaun talks about the phases that we go through when we try and succeed. He shares the superpowers that you have to get in touch with to withstand the roller coaster of chasing a goal.
So get ready to learn how to unleash your seven superpowers on Episode 725.
Some Questions I Ask:
- What stories need to be told? (7:55)
- Who do you prepare yourself for the low? (11:06)
- How do you encourage people to stop hiding the things they’re uncomfortable with? (12:46)
- How do you go bananas but balance your life? (16:12)
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- About the “secret backpack” that has tools for your life (8:12)
- Listen to what people are saying their biggest pain (9:57)
- What are your needs and wants now (11:48)
- Why you have to have a mirror moment every day (17:40)
- Plus much more…
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