This episode, we here at Success Freaks get the opportunity to interview individuals working for our sponsor IRUSA. You are going to get an inside look at some of what goes on at IRUSA. Prepare to learn first hand about how IRUSA helps not only the Islamic community, but also the US public as a whole. They are involved with many projects including US and worldwide relief help. Learn how you can join the mission of serving humans and come together as a people to make changes possible. Help Others Be Awesome… Together for a Better World!! [Read more…]
Today we churn up the issues that have been bothering our Buttercups. You are going to be surprised to find out the similarity between McFall and Nicki Minaj.. other than his Super Bass. Join in with us and learn how to develop an attitude of gratitude, make a change in your life while stepping out of the comfort zone, and much much more. Say hell yes, strap in, and begin to level up your life with us! [Read more…]
Emotions are running high on this episode of Success Freaks. People hate – you are going to learn why and different ways to react to it. Along the way, things get heated between Mordant & McFall and Mordant gracefully demonstrates how to deal with it. Join the heightened emotions and learn ways to communicate your way through haters while keeping your cool. [Read more…]
What is the difference between hiding from difficulties, seeing them as something to defeat, or being patient? We don’t exactly know either but we are talking it out and sometimes that’s the best you can do.
Join us for a “Day at the Beach,” discussing what helps us get past our challenges. Charles & Mordant talk about what they think are different ways of dealing with similar situations. As you tune in, you may discover their points of view may not be as different as they think. Listen along with us and see how accepting a challenge & trusting yourself can get you to where you want to be.
Dreams are important, but unfortunately they don’t always come true. We discuss how to deal with these situations gracefully.
Getting tripped up, stumbling, and sometimes falling may be in your best interest. Often, the only way you are going to see your next opportunity is by pursuing current opportunities. This episode you will get a small dose of politics, some great entrepreneurial business advice and, of course, ways to make yourself and those around you awesome while pursuing opportunities. So, keep following your dreams and letting them evolve. You will be surprised what doors open while the ones in front of you are shutting.
We all know that helping others can be work, but what can happen when you use your “me” time to help others? Mordant & McFall talk about, instead of viewing helping as something unaffordable or time-consuming, how about finding it where you are?
This episode is all about helping others be awesome. We dive into a plethora of ideas for helping those in need. It’s up to you to find unique ways to help them out. Dare adventure while putting yourself out there and helping others along the way. And, don’t forget to level yourself up. Start small and build on habits that get you closer to the next level. Now buckle up and hang on while we propel you towards where you, and others you can influence, want to be.
Mordant & McFall discuss how members of our inner circle are the ones who take the brunt of our learning curves. They see what seems like hypocrisy, get the religious anger of our failings as we learn, and hopefully stay strong to the other side. Learning is the most dangerous game of all – even for those watching from the sidelines.
Mordant adopts a country twang while Charles asks if “you have seen a whole new world?” after listening to the prior two episodes. The gang reminds us how they are battling in the trenches with us. We all have to adapt to the learning curve of life and realize our inner circle is going to take the brunt of it while we struggle for air. To counter this, we all need to work on communicating and “adulting” effectively. You will get some relationship advice along the way as well as being reminded that time is precious. It’s time to cut yourself some slack and create space for riding out the learning curve. [Read more…]
Mordant & McFall tackle being transparent by talking about the new phase that they have entered in their careers and lives. “Follow Me” means trusting into the unknown of what’s next while at the same time having enough strength to show others the way.
This episode of Success Freaks, “The Follow-Me Lifestyle” is explained as we find out Charles quit his job and this may be the last time we hear from Mordant! GASP! Spoiler alert: Mordant survives a snow storm atop a mountain while Charles didn’t quite quit Success Freaks. Charles enlightens us on the struggles between quitting his job and the success that follows. Mordant gets lost in mexico and explains how sometimes you need to go into the darkness and take a left to find your way to what you want. The group gets theological, talking about how we all are the image of “Gawd” and our need to co-create. A new hashtag is coined by Charles in hopes of creating a happier future. In the end, Charles reveals his upcoming opportunity and discusses the steps he took to take the leap of faith. [Read more…]
Mordant & McFall discuss the concept of defining your life by what’s wrong in it, “Naughty,” or what is going right, “Nice.” This extends beyond the now moment into how you see yourself. Out of that is how you find the paths to where you are heading.
On this episode of Success Freaks, we start off counting our adventures and discuss the meaning of this week’s title. In segment two, we remind you that it’s not about behavior but how you see yourself… Naughty vs. Nice. Charles delves a bit deeper into the meaning of lists and how they affect your life. In the Level Up section… Charles says, “Acknowledging that times are tough doesn’t mean that you’re dwelling on the Negative.” Mordant says, “Good things lie on the other end of a pain in the ass!” And finally in On Beyond, we share our thoughts on Social Media and how it affects your life.
On this episode of Success Freaks, we open with one topic and organically change direction to another. We learn about Mordant’s visit with IRUSA, and that ‘People are people’ (♫ so, why should it beeeeee… ♫). Our conversation uses a different group of people to show similarity. In the Level Up, we discuss ‘acceptance vs tolerance’. And in On Beyond, we argue about owning our behavior vs. the consideration of all.
What begins as a show about team building, quickly morphs into a frank discussion about Mordant’s experience at the Islamic Relief USA offices, the similarities in people different from us, diversity, racism, and moving from prejudice to tolerance and onto acceptance. Join the Success Freaks as they take a look at some of the difficulty inherent in moving out from your comfort zone of knowing only people who are familiar to you to having new friends with different backgrounds.