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…]
Having a hard time watching your priorities face off against one another? Are you busy building a juggling act and yet you’re not an entertainer? Does your relationship have to compete with your work and your goals for your attention? Do you find that there’s not enough time in the day for not only what you have to do but what you want to do? Sometimes the mere thought of everything on a to-do list will send people into a spin out of anxiety and depression – all the while knowing there’s not even enough time to waste on an panic attack. How do successful people balance everything that needs doing with stuff they want to accomplish and a family life?
While out on an errant errand, Mordant crashes headlong into this very problem. Listen in as the Level Up Guys shuck and jive, bob and weave through the rough rapids of a real life. If you’d like to see how your Success Freaks handle the same problems with priorities you’re faced with everyday, balancing betwixt relationships, work, and goals, this is the show for you.
It would be wonderful if chasing the American Dream was as “Happily Ever After” as it’s depicted to be. Often we have to slog through a lot of heavy lifting, horse manure (helps things grow), and unpleasant people to get where we’re going. Just as you are entering into a “relationship” with any job or career, you are also entering into relationships with the people you work with. It’s up to YOU whether you make it a good, bad or neutral experience. Many of you spend mucho time in a work environment, which means you’re spending mucho time with co-workers. If you decide those relationships are going to be bad, you’ll be right.
“What you think about, you bring about.”
Spending that much time with anyone, especially if personalities clash, can often make for a very volatile work environment. Just know it’s not good enough to “sweep problems under a rug” and/or “stick your head in the sand” enough to ignore it. You have to make a conscious choice to find positive ways to deal with unpleasant work situations and/or relationships.
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