Join in on our Life Questions Game, as we delve into many different topics during this show. Today we ask each other many questions about life that are both thought provoking and interesting. You will learn from us, cry with us and start to ask questions of yourself that will cause you to stretch your comfort zone and level up your life. Stay tuned till the end to get a special “British Accent” version of the show with Mordant & Kirsten. [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.
Mordant & McFall tackle the concept that you should treat everything you do in life as a business.
On this episode of Success Freaks, McFall feels a little like a Bear in hibernation. Mordant & McFall ask: How are you investing in YOUR life? The boys answer a listener question direct from the Live Chatroom. In the Level Up section, C & M challenge you to hold your life to a business standard. And in On Beyond, the Guys tell you how to get rid of “I Can’t!” and invest in your life. [Read more…]
What is Courage? What does it mean and what does it take to have courage? I’ve heard it said, “Courage is a lie that old men tell to young men when they send them off to die.” A clever maxim, yet I believe there is more to courage than that. One of my favorite John Wayne quotes is:
“Courage is being scared to death…but saddling up anyways.”
If you believe what the late-great Duke said, Fear is an active ingredient in courage. How can this be? Isn’t courage the absence of fear? Aren’t the bravest of the brave those without fear? The correct answer here is…no.
Courage is not about feeling no fear at all—a double negative, yet true nonetheless. You cannot have courage without fear. Courage and bravery mean having fear while maintaining the ability to move forward in spite of your obstacles, real or imagined, and get the job done. If you have no fear, then it doesn’t take any special fortitude. Nothing out of the ordinary in the way of grit or guts to keep you on track for deeds of daring do. You’re just doing your job—no problemo. It is when you have fear and then combine it with the need to keep moving forward anyways—this is when courage comes into play.
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Have you ever taken the time to consider the emotions you put into your day? How do you feel about taking your morning shower? How do you feel about that first cup of coffee? What about the last sip? What is your reaction to starting the car? Can you even remember starting the car?
Do your days zip by without you being able to remember much? What about your memories of your childhood? Do you remember the words and actions as much as the emotion? How many commercials on TV are purely fact based vs. trying to hit you where it emotionally counts?
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.