Life is a rollercoaster, and the constant ebb and flow are what make it truly interesting. After taking some time off and prioritizing different aspects, I want you to know that I never forgot about you, and now I’m back.
In the upcoming weeks, I’ll be sharing some prerecorded episodes before launching Season 6 of the podcast. I’m still shaping the focus for the new season and would love to hear your input.
Take care and all the best, Floh
what you will hear
• Insights into the podcast plan for the near future • Reflections on the next episode • A brief review of the past year
You can’t wait for life not to be hard on you anymore before decide to become happy
If you had to make a sacrifice to find your freedom, would you do it? Sacrifices pay off, but sometimes not. Making sacrifices is a risk that few have the strength to take and go forward with, and those who do are worthy of admiration since they put all their effort and work into something uncertain.
Today’s guests are a couple who sacrificed much of their personal lives to pursue adventure; they are Maya and Aladino from Sailing Magic Carpet. A couple dedicated to refitting their boats and showcasing the process on social media.
In this episode, our guests will be sharing how they sacrificed everything they had to live a life full of adventures in the middle of the sea. Also, we will hear how they invested all the savings available in their bank accounts to buy a boat they had never seen before located in the US.
There’s no doubt that these two have taken risks and made sacrifices to achieve their dreams; finding freedom and sharing their stories with the world.
Discover more about the lives of these two adventurers, and listen to the tips they will be sharing with us.
what you will hear
[3:20] The process of buying a new boat overseas. [8:52] Dealing with uncertainty. [11:19] Making personal sacrifices in the name of adventure. [15:22] A start full of doubts. [19:22] Why is sailing addictive? [20:40] Freedom has its consequences. [24:30] Follow your dreams. [27:50] A YouTuber who feels uncomfortable in front of the cameras. [34:13] A wish for the future.
Every moment that you embrace is the best moment.
Just because you decided to follow your dreams doesn’t mean that your life is gonna be beautiful and easy.
Today’s guest The Success Factor author, Ruth Gotian. A woman who has dedicated herself to meeting the most successful minds to study them and learn about their mindset and practices. Her investigation yielded a surprising result—she discovered that all these people had four elements in common that allowed them to achieve success.
Ruth will share with us all of her acquired knowledge about success. Also, we will be talking about passion and why it is an essential point in the success path.
You can be successful too. Find out how.
what you will hear
[0:36] The success factor. [2:32] The four elements of success. [10:13] How to find your passion? [15:53 ] Different types of motivation. [18:39] What is success? [20:01] How to recognize a successful person? [24:32] A work ethic story. [28:14] The importance of constantly reinforcing your foundation. [30:15] A story about learning. [31:46] Ruth’s best recommendation.
“There are more bad days than good days on the road to success.”
While working on this podcast episode, I stumbled upon this text:
F–– You Money
Back in the 1920s, the actor Humphrey Bogart used to keep a $100 bill in his nightstand at all times. That’s the equivalent of over $1,200 today. He referred to it as his ‘f–– you money’, because it meant he’d never be forced to take a part he didn’t want. He once said that the only good reason for making money was so you can tell anyone in the world to go to hell.
What’s your number? How much money would you need to happily turn down opportunities that you don’t want? And what if you could turn them down before you hit that number…?
Then it hit me, because what Chris Mamula, todays guest did was not to retire, he just saved enough f—- you money, to become free enough to only choose what he is doing.
If you want to know what that means to him and how he actually managed to have that amount of money by 41 listen to the episode or find out more about him directly at:
Things that minimalists own, fulfill a purpose and often you will find a lot of high quality items in their daily life.
That is because they don‘t like trash in their life and things that are used regularly are therefor higher quality. You see, being a minimalist is not about saying no. It is about saying yes to the right things. Owning is fine, as long as you use it or is at least bringing value to your life.
Less distraction, more focus!
Less clutter, you don‘t need in the first place.
Maybe that could be a reason why minimalists make up such good coaches. Because they got rid of the clutter in their mind as well.
I had the honor to have a conversation with an amazing woman with a minimalist approach. Yana Stockman who originally comes from Ukraine, started travelling the world and realized the more things you leave behind that you don‘t need in the first place, the more liberated you are to go and to do what you really love.
By now she is settled in the US and helps her client in their „Life Transitions“
I am a great fan of Mike Mandel and the work he does. Together with his co-host and business partner Chris Thompson he runs a wildly crazy podcast called Brain Software where they offer tons of value and deep insides into coaching and NLP.
In his podcast Mike often gives people numbers and refers to the Enneagram.
Since I enjoy talking to Mike so much I saw this as a good opportunity to have Mike back on the show and share his view on the Enneagram with you.
We will go into the history of the Enneagram, take about archetypes and get a description of all the 9 different Enneagram types.
As well as some inside on the Enneagram type 8 of Mike and wether I fit in there or not…
If you want to take a glimpse of the Enneagram yourself you might want to have a look at one of the following free tests:
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