This episode of Dan’s podcast will remind us that clarity comes from activity and not the other way around. You can’t wait to know what you are going to do perfectly before you get started.
This podcast episode talks about the importance of knowing our purpose in life. As we age, this purpose that we focused on might change.
“Being effective is not just doing more work but stop it, put yourself in a position where you can look at where you are and know if it’s working. ” – Dan Waldschmidt This episode talks about being effective versus being efficient. Performing or functioning in the best possible manner with the least waste of time and effort, Being effective is about doing the right things while being efficient is about doing things right. As you listen to this episode, try to ask yourself this question, Is this getting me closer to where I want to be? Recommended book: The Miracle Club by Mitch Horowitz Share your thoughts about this episode by going to our Edgy Facebook page or join our new Edgy community.
Once you find your path, you’ll almost certainly find others traveling along with you, hoping to reach the same destination—a community. The goals that foster a sense of purpose are ones that can potentially change the lives of other people.
” You can give up and die or you can try and live and become the hero of your life from this day forward.” Dan Waldschmidt This episode of the podcast will talk about how we can keep on living despite all the struggle in life. You can live or you can die. Pick one. …
Somewhere in life, you got to have to pick what you want and then focused on it.” – Dan Waldschmidt This episode will talk on how you stay focused. Dan shares that without focused we will not achieve our dreams. As you listen to this episode, try to ponder on this question, “How do you …
The biggest part of this episode is forgiving yourself. We all don’t realize how good we are in forgiving ourselves. We might don’t even know that we like ourselves. As you listen to this episode, try to look deeply at yourself.
How can something so awful, something that causes pain to others be so helpful? Like other complicated things in life, pain may not have any specific cause at all. It can have many underlying causes but pain can also be clearly beneficial.
Russel and Vinny of Rockit Gaming share how we normally focused too heavily on doing things and that we don’t realize how unimportant those things are and until we do it enough. They share their journey on how they started working in the nerdcore gaming music. Together with Broc and Dan, you will surely hear another zero to hero kind of story, get inspired on how these dudes overcome all the struggles they encounter and learned another way on how to become more awesome in your life.
” I have destroyed more good things in my life because I didn’t make the right decision soon enough than just it out any other problem that I could put my finger on ” – Dan Waldschmidt
“You can be successful in business, you can be a successful entrepreneur or you can be successful in your family but if you are not managing your money that will continually get in the way. “
” Winning isn’t really winning especially if you are on the other side of somebody who lacks empathy, someone who lacks feeling and kindness. “
Dan and Broc have a conversation with the founders of JT Music. As a music artist, the group needs to face different challenges for them to succeed in their chosen field.
In this episode, Dan shares his insight on how we can make other people awesome.
We all want to be in our best self. Who wouldn’t want it? This month we talk about the idea of how to make other people awesome.
Dan shares another great book that we should all read – The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande. Having a checklist doesn’t seem to really be a big deal.
Dan shares about a book he read – How I Raised Myself From Failure to Success in Selling by Frank Bettger.
In this episode, Dan shares a short story about the power of radical candor. When you let people control your emotions, you make them important even when they shouldn’t be simply because of your frustration.
In order to build a culture of radically candid guidance, we need to give, get and encourage both praise and criticism.
Dan shares about Kim Scott’s book, Radical Candor. He shares how Kim break down Radical Candor into 2 very simple concepts.