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  • 6 Things My Mom Taught Me

    Episode 14: 6 Things My Mom Taught Me

    My Mom, Rachel Herrera, passed away in 2012 at the age of 81 six years after fighting cancer of the blood. She was 4ft 10 inches, under 100 1bs, movie star beautiful and tougher than a Navy Seal. I woke up early this morning thinking what she taught me. And the lessons came flooding in. […]

  • Patterns in Your Life to Change Your Future

    Episode 13: Patterns in Your Life to Change Your Future

    In this episode, we will discuss the importance of recognizing patterns in our lives and that by identifying them and deciphering them we can make effect dramatic change in our future. “What we call chaos is just patterns we haven’t recognized. What we call random is just patterns we can’t decipher.” ~Chuck Palahniuk Look around […]

  • Think and grow rich

    Episode 11: Think & Grow Rich

    In the latest episode of the Grind It Out Podcast, will discuss the Think & Grow Rich book authored by Napoleon Hill in 1937.  This is one of my all-time favorite books and one I regularly apply its concepts on a daily basis. The Think & Grow Rich book is focused on applying specific principles […]

  • Get a GRIP on Your Life

    Episode 10: Get a GRIP on Your Life

    Today’s episode #010 is titled “Get a GRIP on Your Life” with an emphasis on the word GRIP. In this episode, we will discuss a simple set of 4 steps to help you quickly move forward in your life a get a GRIP on your life: G = Get Up & Take Action R = […]

  • The Law of Atttraction

    Episode 9: The Law of Attraction

    In this episode, we will discuss “The Law of Attraction” which is one of life’s biggest mysteries. I personally believe is one of the important laws to achieving success. Very few people are fully aware of how much of an impact the Law of Attraction has on our day to day life. Whether we are […]

  • Episode 8: The Power of Discomfort

    Today we’ll discuss the Power of Discomfort and the importance in plays in being a lifelong partner in helping you achieve new levels of success. Discomfort is your friend not your enemy. Discomfort is defined as: dis·com·fort disˈkəmfərt/ noun 1. slight pain.”the patient complained of discomfort in the left calf” 2. synonyms: 3. pain, aches […]

  • Episode 7: Sleep for Success

    Episode 7: Sleeping for Success

    How many of you got up still yawning, not feeling rested, in a bad mood, and needing coffee to stay alert? How many of you know that you’ll be nodding off or even falling asleep at work today? Or are you one of those lucky ones that only need 3-5 hours of sleep at night, […]

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