If you want to listen to an author that has been engaged in corporate America to the extreme, then Sarah Robb O’Hagan would be your woman. She has climbed the corporate ladder at Virgin Atlantic, Nike, Gatorade and Equinox all while being a wife, mother and endurance athlete. She was fired twice, but that did not stop her.
In her book Extreme You, she takes the reader on her personal journey as well as incorporating stories from some of the most successful people she could find to interview for the book. She let’s the reader know that to reach your greatness success and tap your human potential is requires that we continually improve ourselves no matter what our circumstances. She says that we should not succumb to the accepted norms because this type of behavior will stifle our talents and squelch our opportunities.
Extreme You, shows the route to success is far different from what we’re usually told. Achieving success is not about conforming, hiding your weaknesses, or reaching a pre-planned destination. Instead, it is about continuously developing yourself to the max.
I hope you will take the journey with Sarah and I as we explore stories from her life, and the life’s of others who have inspired Sarah on her journey. You will be inspired as well as learn some of the secrets to living the life of your dreams.
If you want to learn more about Sarah and the book “Extreme You” click here to be directed to her website. Also take the Extreme You Quiz to learn your Extreme You traits.
You can visit Sarah on Facebook.
In my recent interview with Justin Gesso we discuss his new book entitled “Leave the Grind Behind“. How many of you wish you could get out of the daily grind, the 8-5 routine?
That is exactly where Justin was a few year ago, and he found the secrets to find a way out of the grind, and making a better life for himself and his family.
In our interview together we discuss the grinder mindset and what is required to achieve your new success. So what’s the positive definition of “grind?” “Grinder,” of course. Don’t confuse “the grind” I’m telling you to ditch with “the Grinder” I want you to become. Being a Grinder means you grind hard for your personal purpose and goals, not for someone else’s.
To leave the grind behind, make no mistake, you need to grind. You need to grind hard. You’re just doing it for yourself, and let me tell you—you’ll love it. As a Grinder, you spend your one, short life building your legacy and your unique imprint on this world.”
If you are interested in “Leaving the Grind Behind” then you will want to read Justin new book. You will also want to take advantage of some of the very informative and articles, blogs and articles at his website. He also has what he refers to at the “grinder quiz” which will inform you about if you are a “cog” or a “grinder”
I encourage you to visit Justin’s book website by clicking here, or visit him on Facebook by clicking here.
Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen · Podcast 506: The Principles of Success 10th Anniversary Edition with Jack Canfield I recently had the pleasure of