Keeping Your Edge
- April 5, 2021
- Category: ManagingRunning Your Business
When you’re absorbed day-to-day with running your business, how do you keep yourself fully fueled for all the challenges and opportunities coming your way?
Jonathan and I explore the mind/body/spirit continuum and how to find your ideal system to ensure your edge stays sharply honed.
Expanding your knowledge through books, podcasts, programs and even coaching from those in your market-adjacent space (or completely outside it).
The connection between moving and feeding your body with your mindset (and sometimes your spirit).
What to do when your ideal routine gets whacked sideways—by COVID, a change in work schedule or your home life.
Wiring your habits—including your physical space—to support your goals and minimize relying on discipline (hint, hint: reduce friction).
Understanding the relationship between spirituality, being of service, contentment and confidence.
“It’s pretty reliable that you can read a book that has been a business best seller for 40 years, 50 years and be like ‘Wow, that is really good.’”—JS
“Sometimes we just have to find the right combination of messages to get to us—and it doesn’t come with the first things you read or the first thing you buy.”—RM
“It’s almost like you need a surrogate brain to figure stuff out.”—JS
“There’s something about that flow of energy where everything is firing on all cylinders—that once you experience it, it’s really hard to go back to not having it.”—RM
“You add a little bit of friction in front of the bad habits and take away a little of the friction in front of the good habits—put the apples on the counter and the Oreos in the cabinets.”—JS
“If you don’t put the temptation in front of you, you don’t need discipline.”—RM
“No one is in charge of you anymore—so you have to be in charge of you.”—JS
“If your spirit or your spiritual practice is working for you, you’re going to be more comfortable putting yourself out there and putting your ideas out there.”—RM