Today we talk about how to be successful and why everyone needs to start their own podcast on Believe with Sam Barry.
In order to believe in yourself and live the life you love you really need to equip yourself with knowledge and read as much as you can.
That’s why we have Jeff Brown on the show. He is a former talk show host and radio veteran who now runs the Read To Lead Podcast empowering others with knowledge from bestselling authors in personal development, self help, entrepreneurship and success.
When I was first starting out Jeff was my podcast coach. He helped me build my self confidence because quite honestly I didn’t really believe in myself or have much confidence. But was I did have was a burning passion.
If you’ve ever wondered how to start a podcast or what it takes to be successful, you’ll love Episode 6 with Jeff Brown.
“We don’t take action because we believe, we believe because we take action. Do first, believe second.” – Seth Godin
In This Episode, You Will Discover:
- Why you need to start a podcast
- Why you need to stop waiting to be picked and pick yourself
- Why you need to be constantly reading
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou
- Why you need to be part of a mastermind group
- Why success is all about legacy
- Why morning rituals are important
- Why you need to take action first and believe second
“I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions. ” – Steven Covey
- How to overcome the fear of failure
- Why you need to surround yourself with people who encourage you
- Why you always have a choice
- Plus much more…
“When you have experience, your knowledge has the opportunity to become wisdom and that is true power.” – Jeff Brown
Music Credit: Little Talks (Thomas Jack Remix) by Of Monsters and Men
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Jeff is a very knowledgable guy but he also has such a great presenters voice – I could have spoken with him for hours. What did you learn from this episode? Join in the conversation in the comments section below and share how this episode helped you!