Charles & Mordant play the blame game in real life…. But, maybe they should be pointing the finger at themselves? This episode, learn about teaching life lessons to kids and dealing with the neighborhood “bullies.” Sometimes you have to step back and decipher who is the actual problem child – even with adults. All of us must hone our “powers” and use them for good. Even if that means feeding the monster so you can live your life and welcome everyone to Planet You.
Mordant & McFall tackle the issue of when confidence in one person meets the worry wart in another, how to deal with the conflict, and how to shut up (on either side of the equation) and learn your lesson.
On this episode of Success Freaks, we promote a good cause, but somehow forget to set up the show. We hear what happens when co-workers clash between ‘Worry Wart’ and ‘It’s Fine!’ attitudes. We share a few personal stories of growth. In the Level Up, we learn to look for the lesson in every situation. And in On Beyond, we share the cartoon reactions we sometimes have to each other. [Read more…]
What happens when your growth hits a wall, running smack into the stagnation of others? Is it their fault…or due to self-limiting beliefs on your part? Are you, in fact using them in your own subconscious scheme of limiting growth? Jack, of Jack and the Beanstalk fame, experienced growth even when he was cheated into taking magic beans. He had growth when he discovered a huge obstacle of the beanstalk. As long as he kept going, Jack experienced growth. But, what about you? What happens when you hit the immovable force that is your own personal giant at the end of the journey that is your beanstalk? Do you cut down the thing that inspired growth or do you find another way?
In this episode of Success Freaks, Mordant & McFall discuss the aspects of seeing other people as roadblocks. What it truly means when they pop up in your life, and how to grow beyond them. And, challenge the question: Can people limit where you want to go in life? If you’ve been wondering what to do about pesky problems like negative family input, then this is the show for you! [Read more…]