ETR 77: The 11-Year Old CEO and 200,000+ Crayons…

Crayons. 200,000 of them. Can you imagine being able to send that amount to kids in need across the world as an 11-year old in 5th grade? It is staggering to think about! Yet this is exactly what Bethany Kuster has done with her Color for Kids organization.  She has created a movement designed to …

The Delayed Gift of Setting a BIG Goal

“If you have a big goal, it will not come easily or instantly. Instead, it will often be rooted in disappointment and frustration. But if you keep pushing for it, eventually there will come a time when the thing you want just sneaks up on you.  This moment will be worth it so earn it!” …

ETR 75: Undress the Element of Uncertainty

Uncertainty.  It is one of the single biggest things that stop most people from achieving great things.  Yet most people don’t even know why they are stuck in their lives. Having worked with thousands of people in a performance capacity, here is how it plays out.  People get excited about pursuing something they are passionate …

ETR 74: Top Lessons From the Most Downloaded Episodes of All-Time

Are you constantly looking for lessons to elevate your life?  Sure you are!  This is exactly why this is the perfect podcast for you!  Why exactly?  Because it features the best lessons from the most downloaded episodes of all-time for the ETR podcast. How did I get these lessons?  Well, first off I interviewed over 40 …

ETR 72: Be EXTRAordinary at SOMETHING!

Have you ever had the urge to want to go out and be extraordinary in your life? I believe that most people at least have moments where they are passionate about having their life stand for something unique. The problem is that most people allow these moments to pass without acting on them. They allow …

ETR 71: How to OWN Your Interest Rate

Have you ever launched a new idea or product and been disappointed with the response to it? If you are anything like most people, then the response is a resounding “yes!” The problem is that most people have the wrong expectation leading into their launch. Because they expect things to come easily, they are often …