This has become one of my funnest episodes to record! I enjoy hearing from listeners and sharing some answers to the most riveting questions on their minds!
In today's episode I answer the following:
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New changes afoot at The Ripple Effect Podcast. New focus, new interviews and a whole lot more Rippling coming in season 4!
Aruna Ghatak-Roy shares some of her inspirational story about testing limits, staying curious and giving new things a try. This powerful young lawyer shares some powerful lessons we can all learn from about taking chances and not settling for anything that doesn't excite and inspire you.
I was so grateful that Aruna agreed to come onto the podcast and share her thoughts. There is no doubt in my mind that she will ignite your curiosity and inspire you to take new on new challenges. Heck maybe even surfing!
Gregory Diehl is a thoughtful and inspiring young man that I first came into contact with a few years ago. Every since meeting him, I've been inspired by his adventures and willingness to experience things some of us only dream about.
He's a adventure traveler having visited in 50+ countries and parlayed his experience into a unique entrepreneurial journey. A successful speaker, podcaster and author, Gregory's latest book The Influential Author is helping individuals understand how to get their ideas and stories published.
I'm proud to introduce you to Gregory and trust you'll be inspired by him as much as I have been.
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Let's face it, the assumptions and stories we tell ourselves is probably killing our relationships and our chances for success. So why does our brain do this? Believe it or not, it's for the sake of efficiency but it often leads us down the wrong path and causes us to miss the mark a lot of the time.
And yes, it's working against your ability to be a rock star Rippler.
Gudjon is a confirmed Rippler and someone that I know you are gonna love learning from! His work inspires and motivates so many people that I know you will walk away from this episode with a deep desire to communicate and engage much differently out there in the world.
I had the distinct honor of having this open, honest and insightful conversation on what it means to be a good human and live a harmonious life. I am blessed to know Gudjon and to share his amazing insights with my podcast listeners.
Steve shares some very specific ideas on how you can begin Rippling right now to make huge inroads into the connections and relationships you have in your personal and professional life. What are you waiting for, let's get your Ripple started!
In this episode, Steve talks about how a simple Ripple Connection Question asked on Facebook opened up an opportunity for a whole lot of Ripples to happen thanks to the Ripple Community!
A follow up to the Don't Keep Score episode. Steve answers a very valid and important listener's question regarding whether Rippling is a realistic strategy or a fool's errand.
When you create a positive Ripple for someone you have to avoid the very tempting action of keeping score. Because if you keep score, you'll not only end up disappointed but likely to forever a relationship in the process.
If certain limitations have become an excuse for you, this episode might just be the one that convinces you to put it away for good.
New Virtual Ripple Coaching Program
Steve Martin's "Born Standing Up"
Alan Alda's Podcast - Clear + Vivid
Brittany Krystal's Podcast - Beyond Influential
Took a business sabbatical to finally complete something I've been dreaming about doing for a long, long time. Well, I did it! It's here and it's pretty awesome if I do say so myself!
Everyone matters. How you treat them matters too.
Steve discusses a strategy he's used to deepen and strengthen his most important relationships. Learn what a connection point is and how you can leverage it to develop your own personal and professional relationships.
Why do I have a network or really amazing people? Maybe it's because I'm not trying to impress anyone. They get what they get and they don't throw a fit. Or something like that.
Steve is back and you can hear it in the enthusiasm in his voice. He is back to our regular format and shares his passionate plea to put that darn phone away or a connection you may miss.
This week I found myself inside the ICU unit of a hospital. Why? Because I was too busy to deal with something that I should have made a priority. And I almost paid for it with my life.
In this episode, Steve addresses a recurring topic that listeners have asked about - How he approaches earning business and what advice he has for people who that find themselves in a sales or business development role that might be struggling to ask for the sale.
And what the loses can actually teach you as well!
Steve discusses 10% Happier by Dan Harris and why he loves the freedom of being an entrepreneur. Hint, he's basically unemployable.
In this episode The Ripple man talks about Alex's jealous of the new HomePod, shares some insights on the power of building friendships the right way and explains why how not giving his 14 year food poisoning is a gold star accomplishment
In this episode, Steve takes some suggestions from an article sent to him from a good friend about ways to improve the podcast and make the listening experience more intimate for the listeners. Oh and he discusses the importance of finding your outlet.
Steve talks about the dating app Tinder's recent announcement they are creating a networking app called Ripple. Plus he answers some questions from his awesome listeners.
In this episode Steve shares some exciting news about stepping up his podcast game with new gear. He also shares a listener's story about how she was inspired by his last episode of 2017 to set a theme for her 2018 instead of her typical new year's resolution. Oh and of course, Steve panders to Bulletproof Coffee for a sponsorship which he incorrectly calls Bullet Coffee instead. He corrects it at the end if you'll hang to listen to it at the outro.
Steve makes a confession to his wife and a commitment to do something completely different in the upcoming year. He claims resolutions and goals might be better replaced with setting a theme for your upcoming year instead.
Do you tend to say yes to too much? Are shiny bright objects grabbing your attention too much. Are opportunities causing distractions because they are coming fast and furious?
Well, it's a major problem, especially for entrepreneurs. In this episode Steve shares some practical advice on why you should avoid saying yes too often and how to remain vigilant and focused on the tasks at hand.