“You need to be self-centered. People need to invest in themselves… You are a single entity and you need to find out what's going on with you and then make those decisions based upon what makes you unique.” - Dr. Anthony G. Beck
This week, Kim and Dr. Anthony G. Beck reveal the secret to true productivity. We’re not talking about software, and plug-ins, and complicated tech stuff. We’re talking about creating an environment conducive to productivity and prioritizing your health. Everybody is telling you how to be healthy, whether directly from a health coach or indirectly from advertisements and social media. The thing is, the only way for you to be healthy is to understand what your body needs and the context around your lifestyle. If stress, anxiety, or depression is getting the best of you, listen as Dr. Beck discusses 4 factors you need to consider before you resort to medication. Also, find out how to determine which diet is best for you, why exercise and play is crucial to being functional, and what misconceptions about health have misled most people for so long. Of course, health is not limited to your physiological make up. Rediscover activities that deserve a sweet date on your calendar. Your well-being is an investment that guarantees the highest ROI. So don’t go for the bandwagon. It’s a personal matter. Remember: Taking care of yourself is taking care of your business.
Bonus: This fun fact will change how you view sanitizers forever! Press play to find out.
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02:35 Engagement, Management, & Leadership Skills At Home
12:30 Balanced Protocol
19:19 Don’t Just Exercise, Go Play
30:24 Nutrition & Business
39:49 Stress Sores
45:44 Schedule Naptime
49:43 Different Mechanism Of Testing
56:50 Find The Right Health Coach
"To understand happiness, you have to understand positivity. Positivity is the ability to use your thoughts to change the way that you feel." -Amy Dix
Have you ever wondered, if it's true that humans are created to be happy, why do people keep searching for happiness as though they don't have it? In fact, why do you have to search for something that's already in front of you? In this episode, Kim and Amy Dix, 2-time bestselling author, share the ultimate way to happiness. Amy talks about the realistic view of happiness and sadness, being authentic in an unauthentic world, the importance of rest, and the advantage and disadvantage of automation. You'll also hear tips and wisdom to keep your focus, keep track of expenses, cut off unnecessary losses, and in giving yourself grace. Tune in! The secret to positivity and productivity is revealed today!
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02:26 Positivity In Life
11:48 Profit First
23:32 Focus On What’s Important
28:32 Time Of Creativity
38:38 Positive Life Company
41:26 Chronic Idea Disorder
46:38 Authentic Business In Unauthentic World
“Being a mindful person doesn’t necessarily mean that we face zero adversity — like life just goes so smoothly. It means that we can be with the as-is nature of life not going smoothly.” - Kristen Manieri
What speed is your “normal” during a typical day? Are you speeding through life, getting testy when other people are going too slow? Or, are you enjoying each moment?
Listen as Kristen Manieri joins Kim Sutton on the Positive Productivity podcast to have a conversation about living mindfully. They share how/when they brought mindfulness into their lives, as well as how it’s used in their businesses, self-care, parenting and more.
02:45 10-day challenge
03:46 Kristen’s background
11:01 Hustling and comparing
15:13 Different time, different reaction
16:53 The speed we live by
21:17 Keeping the burner on medium
25:47 Making better choices
27:58 Kim address her kid’s attitude
32:39 How the podcast came to be
37:25 Quality vs. quantity
44:02 Silent retreat
47:08 Kristen’s morning routine
55:53 Teaching people how to treat us
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“A good contract is going to simply set the expectations. It sets out the respective rights and obligations.” - JP McAvoy
How do you define success? And how does your work leave others in a better place than when you met them? These are just a few of the topics JP McAvoy and Kim Sutton discuss in this episode of the Positive Productivity podcast.
JP McAvoy is a founding partner of Conduct Law, as well as the host of The Millionaire’s Lawyer podcast and the author of The Millionaire’s Lawyer: Build, Grow and Sell Your Business.
03:01 Accountability partners
05:15 Evolving as an entrepreneur
07:45 Writing The Millionaire’s Lawyer
12:46 Branding vs. value vs. content
13:28 Paralysis by analysis
14:25 The scatterbrained approach
17:43 Scope creep
18:48 Partnership agreements
24:40 How JP chose his specialization
33:18 Markers of Success
36:57 Manifesting feelings rather than material objects
39:17 People are people
41:36 Personal life vs. business life
54:07 Seeking out advice
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