Dan and Broc have a conversation with Chris Rondeau, Area Director for Man in the Mirror Ministries. As a believer, Chris talks about the value in sacrificing for others
From homeless to entrepreneur- Find out how Shaun turned his idea into a reality by surrounding himself with the right people
If times were always good, would we have enough stamina to get past the challenging requirements?
Dan reflects on his time in seminary and shares how his own beliefs and upbringing have molded him into who he is today.
In this episode, Dan proposes that to accomplish our goals, we must first believe we can.
Matt (Managing director of the EDGY Empire) interviews Sara about the upcoming Bring Your Own Awesome podcast.
Can seeking comfort hinder us from becoming successful? In this interview with Hector LaMarque of Primerica, Hector and Dan discuss how being prepared can make us more successful.
Are you willing to hold yourself and others accountable even when it’s uncomfortable?
Your Own Awesome (153)- Dan, Broc, and Matt reminisce over breakfast in Dallas on the Bring Your Own Awesome interviews and what they were able to take away from them.
In today’s episode, Dan tells the story of The Eagle and the Chicken. We all worry if what we are doing matters.
Dan reflects on ten years out of DC. The best person will learn, adapt, and grow and be excited by those opportunities to do so.
This month’s topic of “Momentum” continues with the most scientific episode of the podcast yet!
Doing many positive, little things now help build momentum and will eventually come together to change your course of history in a big way.
Dan lights a fire in this episode! When we do everything we do nothing. Stay away from negative people.
In this episode Dan continues his topic for the month on “Momentum”. Momentum is the great differentiator between success or failure.
What happens when we discount the fatality of not being sharp?
Dan reads snippets from an article by Andrew Hamilton about psychological momentum with sports as an example.
You have to keep fighting. Even when life seems unfair. Even when you give your best and it’s not enough.
Are values “historical” or “aspirational”? Can we change our history? Do we uphold our values when no one is looking?
Dan continues the conversation on value. How valuable are you to others?