Mordant and McFall share the struggles & realizations they have encountered along their path of breaking up as co-hosts of Success Freaks. For those who aren’t aware – you will be by the end of this episode – Charles is leaving and Mordant is tossing around ideas of what direction he wants to take the show. While both have grown tremendously from this relationship over the past five years, they have come to the point where their journeys are dividing and it is time to begin traveling down similar yet separate paths. Join in and learn from them as they discuss what they are going through and where they think these divergent paths might lead. [Read more…]
Are you putting being Awesome on hold, waiting around until you discover your “special purpose”? You think you can’t move forward with anything until you figure out what you’re supposed to be doing? Has the Meaning of Life eluded you and you don’t want to get anything going in case you pick the wrong thing? Stop wasting your time! When In Doubt Be Awesome! Just pick something you think is worthy enough of what precious time you have left, get off your butt and Start!
In this episode of Success Freaks, Mordant & McFall entreat you to do just that: be Awesome now! With a few stories of their own escapades and some written wisdom from Jon Acuff, your Level Up Guys battle back and forth about the best ways to begin Being Awesome.
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My guests this Wednesday are, “The Success Freaks!” R. Mordant Mahon and Charles McFall. Here’s more about the guys:
As I promised I am writing this article to dig deeper into what I shared in my Youtube video. As I shared, I recently achieved a new level of enjoying life’s experiences. For my wife’s birthday, her mother took us to Medieval Times. It is a castle-shaped restaurant that features an awesome show of jousting, fighting, and general kightly stuff. Google it. This is one of the times I was fortunate to have had a close-minded experience to compare to.
When my wife and I were engaged her family took us to Medieval Times. It is a bit pricey and I felt bad that I could “never afford to do this for us.” So instead of enjoying the show, I saw people sitting in better seats and wanted what they had. I saw many shiny things in the sword shop that I couldn’t afford and had to have them. Side note – I bought my first sword on credit there and regretted it. I totally missed the experience of everything, showed myself to, in the best of terms, make bad decisions, and took away from my wife’s experience.