The key to success in health, performance, and all areas of your life is consistent, daily practices. These “health hacks” are activities to keep your body and brain feeling young, vibrant, and sharp. Do you ever feel that lagging energy or brain focus could be holding you back? Listen to this special mini-episode to learn Kristen’s health hacks for a better “you”!
In this short episode, you’ll learn about:
- “Mindfulness activities” and why they are a beneficial daily routine - How to prevent the “afternoon crash” - Powerfully effective ways to keep your mind and body engaged and capable
In today’s fast paced world, we are forced to do a lot more than we’ve ever had to before. We have many places to be, and technology has brought more immediacy to our existence. How do you make sure you’re not stretching yourself too thin? How do you take care of yourself so you can be present, fulfilled and energized? On this episode we are joined by former news anchor and media coach Jane Hanson who shares on the importance of self-care.
"Everyone who has taken a negative and turned it into a positive, is a miracle worker." -Jane Hanson
Takeaways & Tactics
- Learn to get your message honed and fine-tuned so it resonates all the time with the people you’re talking to.
- There are more opportunities in your day for productive activities than you might think.
- When it comes to presenting yourself, the most important thing is what makes you different and unique.
You never know when a camera is going to be present, so you have to be on message and be your best self physically, mentally and emotionally. When you're over-stimulated, it can be hard to feel completely centered. Exercise, meditation and getting enough rest are some of the things that will make sure you are more reliable, energized and present in all the areas of your life. Remember, your head’s not going to get in the right place if your body isn’t. When you look good and feel good, you are good!
Emmy award winning television journalist and coach Jane Hanson has spent over 30 years helping people learn to communicate better. Not only does it enhance their presence, and ensure they resonate with every type of audience, but In today’s fast paced world, it is imperative to be on one’s game 24/7. Hanson focuses on three core elements: what you say, how you say it, and how your body language keeps it all in sync. Among her diverse array of media and presentation training clients: top tier leaders of corporations spanning the fields of finance, insurance, startups, technology, education, fashion and media; publishers and editors in chief of numerous national magazines; key opinion leaders in the pharmaceutical industry; politicians and world leaders, internet entrepreneurs; chefs and restaurateurs. Go tohttp://www.janehanson.com/ for more information.
What are the keys to becoming a more bookable speaker? You obviously have to 'Wow' your audience. But did you know that your audience is more impressed by how you show up and present yourself than by what you say? In this episode, Chip Eichelberger, named one of Speaking.com’s top 5 speakers, shares his incredible insights.
People can forgive anything except the passion for what you’re talking about. -Chip Eichelberger
How to make a great first impression in front of an audience
One simple, but effective way to document your success as a speaker
At the start of the show, Chip shared on the importance of having a long-term vision, and his Switched On schedule. He also discussed why making a decision is such a powerful step, and how to stand out in the competitive field of speaking. Chip also shared on the importance of having a routine to get you ready for a good performance. Towards the end of the show, we discussed the importance of reading.
Chip also shared on:
The importance of tracking what you do
Getting things right with your video marketing
How humor makes you more bookable
There’s a chasm between being a good speaker and a great speaker. The warm up you do to get yourself performance ready is imperative to work at a high level and become great. Speaking is a very competitive business, so it’s all about positioning and energy.Your health determines the amount of energy you have access to, so establishing non-negotiable daily health habits is imperative if you want to be booked regularly for live events.
Chip Eichelberger worked as international point man for the globally renowned business leader Tony Robbins for five years before going into business for himself in 1993. Since then he has galvanized nearly a thousand events for some of the world's most prestigious companies, including Ford, Hyatt, Wells Fargo, Proctor & Gamble, Exxon, NADA and PMI. For three years in a row Chip has been ranked a top five speaker by Speaking.com and holds the much sought-after Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association (only 7% of members have achieved this). Go tohttp://getswitchedon.com/ for more information.
Lately, saturated fats have been given a bad reputation, when in fact, they are the perfect fats to consume if you want to stay lean and healthy. Unsaturated fats like vegetable oils create health problems, and a low metabolism yet they are rampant in processed and packaged foods. Why exactly do saturated fats keep you lean and healthy? And what are the best sources? Listen to this special mini-episode to find out!
Anytime you have a fat, you’ll want to pair it with a protein and a carb for best metabolic and energy balance. - Kristen Nolan
Takeaways + Tactics
In this short episode, you’ll learn…
The benefits of consuming saturated fats and how they keep you lean
Reasons to avoid unsaturated fats, and the foods that contain them
My favorite sources for saturated fats that I eat daily
60% of your brain and 50% of your cell membranes are composed of saturated fats. Saturated fats are resilient to damage, and contribute to strong digestion and a healthy heart. They detox the liver, kidneys, and guts, and can be metabolized quickly.
Saturated fats such as coconut oil are highly beneficial to maintaining a healthy, functional body when consumed in moderation. Unsaturated fats are the type to avoid, and they are found frequently in processed foods. Listen to this special mini-episode to hear how not all fats are created equal, and how the right ones can have a profoundly positive impact on your wellness.
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How can you become a more influential and magnetic speaker? It is important to be specific about about your core mission and what are you passionate about. What activity makes time seem to fly for you? Once you know yourself, you can form genuine and powerful connections with others, especially with people who you may not expect! On this episode, author and speaker Kare Anderson is here to share her expertise on building meaningful connections with others and the importance of having a core mission to become a powerful speaker.
Once you get specific about your core mission, you’re more likely to pull in people, resources, and opportunities where you can participate. –Kare Anderson
Takeaways + Tactics
- Why your effectiveness as a speaker has everything to do with how believable and genuine you are in your message - One key question to help you determine your specific core mission - One unexpected tip that makes you naturally more interesting and credible
First, Kare explained what she does to help her clients become magnetic speakers. Kare also explained how she found her passion for inspiring people and integrating key skills. Afterwards, we talked about how Kare has been so consistent in spreading her message and she also shared some good advice for people, who want to follow in her footsteps. Then Kare mentioned how she guides her clients into defining and following their mission. Afterwards, Kare talked about her work on human rights causes and what inspired her to go down that route. Finally we talked about the role of physicality and the importance of making the correct impression as an entrepreneur.
We also discussed: - Taking the focus away from yourself and seeing the bigger picture - Piggybacking on popular stories - with a personal twist - The rule of three - The importance of specificity - Mutual accountability in small groups within companies - The benefits of a well-run intranet in a company - Presenting yourself as comfortable and reliable
Success is reliant on confidence and passion for what you do. Nurture that passion by thinking about what makes you feel turbulent emotions - what makes you upset, or angry, what do you want to change? When you answer these questions for yourself, you will be able to bring the answers into forming the mission of your business endeavor. Be specific and certain in what you want to achieve and consider the subgroups that exist in the bigger group of your company. Think about how they work, both together and separately, and turn the focus on other individuals to see what their ideas for a better business life are. Finally, what you do may matter most; however the physical way you present yourself can also create a very big impression. Practice being comfortable and convenient and instilling confidence - that way you can easily build rapport with both partners and clients.
Kare Anderson is an award-winning journalist, writer and motivational speaker, as well as a columnist for The Huffington Post and Forbes. She's a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown and co-founder of 9 women's PACs. She also serves on advisory boards including Gloopt, TEDx Marin and Watermark. Find out more about Kare and her mission on SayItBetter.com
Hosting an event is like an Olympic Sport. This means there are specific steps you must take to prep your body and your mind if you want your event to be a huge financial success. So when should you start preparing your body for your event? On this episode, Bari Baumgardner, CEO of Sage Event Management is here to share her top tips for building mental and physical endurance for events.
When a host is not in their best physical, mental, emotional and spiritual shape, you can really see it start to take its toll. -Bari Baumgardner
Being healthy yourself contributes to the financial success of your event
The most successful event hosts start their health routine at least 6 months out.
Avoid drinking alcohol before your event, as you want your mind to be absolutely clear.
Mental fatigue is connected to physical fatigue and an unhealthy body.
At the start of the show, we talked about how lifestyle plays into the success of event hosts, and how she works with her clients. “We’re always thinking with the host, how healthy can they be leading into the event?” Next, we talked about making sure you’re prepping your body in advance and making sure your energy isn’t superficial. Bari also shared on working with speakers like Lisa Sasevich and how they give the best at their events.
Bari also talked about:
How to be present with your audience
How to make sure you’re eating the right foods
The importance of finding strategies to relax and focus
Connecting mentally with the message you’re trying to deliver
Having a financially successful event has a lot to do with living a healthy lifestyle. The key is prepping your body in advance because hosting an event is strenuous. You need meditation to help with your mental state, nutrition to help with your energy, movement to help with posture, confidence, and mindset. It’s not only about how you look, but also the energy you bring to your audience. You have to be present to connect with your audience and this is impossible if you feel mentally and physically exhausted before the event even starts.
If you feel like you’re not losing weight quickly enough, your first reaction is probably to cut calories. And that tactic might work...at first. What’s the real key to losing weight without going through cravings and energy crashes? Why shouldn’t you be a Skips Meals Sally or Sam? Listen to this special mini-episode to find out!
Under-eating has become an epidemic. You MAY lose weight at first, but over time, your body will start to hold onto everything...it’s terrified you’re going to starve it to death. - Kristen Nolan
Takeaways + Tactics
In this short episode, you’ll learn:
Why the less you eat, the MORE you crave
The one key hormone that causes cravings and 3pm crashes
How to use the secret of food combinations to kick off your metabolism
High performance clients can lose as much as 10-15 hours of productive time through poor beliefs and habits around food. Eating balanced food throughout the day helps you feel more energy that you thought you could have. Kicking off your metabolism is the secret weapon to weight loss, zero cravings, a lean body and increased energy.
The weight loss industry is a 206 BILLION dollar/yr industry pushing diet plans and supplements in order to feel our best. When in fact, if we simply feed our bodies the food it actually needs, we lose weight and we feel good. No fancy diet needed. Listen to this special mini-episode for powerful, simple strategies to kick your metabolism into high gear and feel your best - the natural way!
99.9% of the results we get in our lives are driven by the subconscious mind. What are subconscious limiting beliefs and what effect do they have on our lives? How do we uncover our limiting beliefs and overcome them? How do you turn your trials into your transformation? On this episode, Accelerated Results expert Nikkea B Devida shares on self-care, changing your programming and showing up powerfully for yourself.
You can’t show up powerfully for others, until you show up powerfully for yourself. Nikkea B. Devida
The subconscious can process 400 billion bits of information per second.
You need to be in integrity with what you’re asking your clients to do.
Our subconscious programming drives our actions.
At the start of the show, Nikkea talked about the connection between self-care and self-worth. Next, we talked about her own personal journey and how she was able to overcome her limiting beliefs. She shared on her own personal self-care efforts and why it’s important to be in integrity with what you teach your clients. Towards the end of the show, we talked about how the brain processes.
Nikkea also spoke about:
Her limiting belief equation
The power between the conscious and the subconscious
Her exercise and eating habits
How to identify your limiting beliefs
To the extent that people manage their self-care, is a direct correlation to their self-worth. Beliefs lead to thoughts, feelings, actions, and results. When we keep getting results we don’t want, our subconscious programming is driving that. Take a look at those subconscious limiting beliefs. No amount of self-improvement will ever land until you’ve changed your subconscious beliefs. It’s not about perfection, it’s about progress.
Nikkea B. Devida is known as an Accelerated Results expert who specializes in getting sustainable, scalable results that last. She works with transformational leaders, entrepreneurs and change agents ready to take their organizations, their teams, and their lives to the next level of world class success and impact. She is gifted at getting to the root cause of a problem and seeing the fastest path to a lasting, sustainable solution. Go to fastresultsformula.com/kristen for her assessment.
Most working Americans are trapped at their desk and don’t exercise regularly, which leads to obesity and a lack of brain focus. How does the brain work, and what are the systems you need to make sure you enhance your brain focus? On this episode, you will learn how to enhance your confidence, focus and performance in your business.
Essentially, when you don’t exercise you’re not giving your brain the fuel it needs to be creative, grow and focus at a high level. -Kristen Nolan
Your brain needs two things to function at a high level.
There are 3 basic systems to strengthen so you can be creative, think on your feet and perform at a high level in your career.
When you sit all day at a desk you'll find yourself feeling burned out, exhausted and foggy.
If you find yourself getting lost in a fog or feeling burned out, chances are your brain is taxed because you are not giving it the fuel that it needs to function at a high level. Listen to today's episode to learn exactly which 3 systems need to be strong in order for you to feel focused, think clearly on your feet, eliminate body pain and feel your best.
The coaching, entrepreneurship and consulting industry is really complicated when you don’t have the right systems. Why is high ticket sales the key to succeeding? What are the self-care metrics you should be tracking, and how do you bring energy to everything you’re doing? On this episode, Sean Douglas Stewart shares his tips for success and self-care.
The simplest path to success and profitability comes down to utilizing high ticket sales. -Sean Douglas Stewart
Taking time for ourselves feels like we’re being selfish, lazy or wasting time. We need to get over that.
Boundaries are the biggest timesavers.
It’s really important to get clear about your focus for each week.
At the start of the show, Sean shared on increasing fees and making bigger sales. We also talked about how higher ticket selling helps you attract the right clients. Sean also spoke about how he manages to keep his body healthy and energized. He also described his methods for staying true to himself, and bouncing back after a burnout. Towards the end of the show, Sean gave us a quick freestyle.
We also spoke about:
Committing to your self-care time
How Sean plans his week and limits distractions
Why energy is at the center of success
High ticket selling isn’t just the key to earning more, it’s also the key to finding ideal, perfect fit clients. Energy is the center of success, and if you’re consistent with creating the right kind of energy, you can get better. Be aware that you could be putting things in spaces unconsciously that are actually unproductive. Stop undercutting yourself so that you’re actually getting the most out of your self care. Be consistent with sleep, drinking water and eating healthy.
Sean Stewart is a business coach, the Author of the book Focus, and the founder of The Creative Track, a business training and mentoring company that helps coaches, holistic practitioners and heart centered service providers to attract more ideal clients, build a leveraged business model and grow to the six figure level and beyond. Sean has been a featured expert on NBC news, Fox News and in The New Times and with15 years experience as a public speaker he inspires entrepreneurs around the country to achieve their highest business and life ambitions. You can learn more by visitingwww.thecreativetrack.com.
Fit For Success brings you in-depth, high-energy interviews with entrepreneurs, executives, fitness, health and nutrition experts, all sharing their best strategies for raising your metabolism, energy and taking back control of your body. You’ll learn what other busy entrepreneurs and executives are doing to feel healthy and energized so they stay at the top of their mental and physical game and create world-class results in business.