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Positive Mindset for Entrepreneurs from The Mind Aware

The Mind Aware Show is the podcast for go-getters, achievers, and entrepreneurs who are continually maximizing their lives.

Dana Wilde's podcast goes beyond normal mindset and positive thinking shows to delve into HOW successful people think on wealth, health, and more. Think T.Harv Eker crossed with Pat Flynn crossed with Abraham Hicks. On the show, host Dana Wilde, interviews today’s top thought leaders about how to intentionally and systematically change your mindset so you get better outcomes. Dana’s philosophy can be summarized like this: When you feel good … when you’re happy … you have a better life. You make better decisions. You FEEL like working. You FEEL like engaging. You make better connections. You are putting the best YOU forward. When you feel good, then success in all areas of your life is easier to achieve. Feel good. Act great. Dana is the bestselling author of Train Your Brain and was featured in the movie, The Abundance Factor with T.Harv Eker, John Assaraf, Bob Proctor, Vishen Lakhiani, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Jairek Robbins (Tony Robbin’s Son), and more. She has interviewed Jack Canfield, Dee Wallace, Joe Vitale, Dr. Daniel Amen, Sean Stephenson, Mari Smith, Lynne McTaggart, Shawn Achor, Bob Burg, Ryan Lee, John Lee Dumas, Lewis Howes, Janet Attwood, Dr. Paul Scheele, and HUNDREDS of others. How do successful people think? Find out in short, no-fluff interviews on The Mind Aware Show.

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Apr 29, 2016

Who:  Toni Tennille - Singer, Songwriter, Author of Toni Tennille: A Memoir

What We Talked About:  Her life-long journey from being raised in the segregated south to the rise of the pop duo, The Captain and Tennille, to the joyful choice to end a 39-year marriage. This is the story of courage and a willingness to choose joy even when it won’t please others around you.  

Why I Like Toni:  She’s thoughtful. It’s obvious that she cares about people and wants to give her all. She’s unassuming. She makes inspiring choices and gives a voice to those who would like to make those same choices. She is brave and was able to step out into her own at a time of life when most would have settled. She’s an example for us all.

Great Line:  You will never be able to please everyone.

Where to Learn More:  Get Toni’s book on Amazon here:  http://www.amazon.com/Toni-Tennille-Memoir/dp/1630761745/ 


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Apr 28, 2016

Who:   Patty Kogutek - Bestselling Author of A Change of Habit: 7 Secrets to Guilt-Free Living

What We Talked About:  It’s Throwback Thursday!  Listen to this classic interview where I talked to Patty Kogutek about how to live without guilt.  Patty, a former nun, was a self-professed guilt-sponge who one day shed her habit and eventually also shed her habit of feeling guilty.  If you want to learn her secrets to guilt-free living, then this is the episode for you.

Why I Like Patty:  A former nun who transformed herself from Sister Mary Kateri to Sister Mary Vodka?  What’s not to love?  Patty is self-aware and culturally aware and full of observations about how we’re affected by the world around us and more importantly, how we can rise above our cultural training.

Great Line: You have to learn to trust your own intuition and what’s going on inside of you instead of looking for approval and what other people want of you.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.pattykogutek.com


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Apr 27, 2016

Who:  Susan Drumm - Leadership Coach for Entrepreneurs

What We Talked About:  How to outsource.  What are you doing that you should be delegating?  How do you assess what you should or shouldn’t be doing and then who do you hire?  Susan gave several essential tips for outsourcing your first project today and as you might guess, it all starts with mindset.  If you’re working too many hours, this is the episode for you.

Why I Like Susan:  Susan experienced her own mindset shift in her business.  She went from wearing every hat in her business and working long hours, to getting outside help and being able to focus on the parts of her business where she excelled and the parts she loved.  She knows from experience that you want to be working in joy and not in frustration.

Great Line:   Your ability to scale your business is directly related to your ability to hire, inspire, and lead a team.

Where to Learn More:  Get your free delegation assessment worksheet here:  http://www.susandrumm.com/delegation


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Apr 26, 2016

Who:  Dana Wilde - Author of Train Your Brain and Host of The Mind Aware Show

What This Show is About:  Dana airs LIVE in front of a dial-in audience. This week we have have a live guest call in and ask, “I still have moments when I’m not happy.  I’m really judging myself about my negativity.  What should I do?” Dana Wilde Rants! After so many requests for an “ask Dana” episode, we’ve decided to offer this as a regular feature. Dana takes questions from our audience members and answers those questions by helping the listener “tell a new story.” Each of us has a Reticular Activating System (RAS) in our brain that spends all day every day listening to what we’re thinking about and what we’re talking about. Next the RAS notices in the outside world the situations that match those thoughts and stories. This is why if you want to change your outside world, you have to start with the inside story.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.danawilde.com/freetraining


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Apr 25, 2016

Who:  Jaime Slutzky - Technology Strategist

What We Talked About:  How to get your mind around the technology in your business.  Should you train your brain and get comfortable with it?  Should you hire it out?  If you do hire it out, what should you look for in a technology expert.  Jaime lays out four tips for finding the right person and reveals how to fix that funky “copy and paste” and now the text looks funky problem.

Why I Like Jaime:  She makes technology sound easy.  When you listen to her, you feel like you could actually “get it” one day.  She understands that having a positive mindset is key and she explains things in easy-to-understand language.  No geek speak here.  Just down-to-earth, easy-to-understand, English.

Great Line:  Content is so important!  

Where to Learn More:  http://www.simplyjaime.com


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Apr 22, 2016

Who:  Jennifer Levitt - Esthetician and Independent Sales Director with Mary Kay

What We Talked About:  How shifting to a positive mindset can change your life.  Jennifer is about to earn her THIRD pink cadillac with Mary Kay and in this interview she explains how she’s doing it and why growing her business is now easy.

Why I Like Jennifer:  She implements.  Jennifer has applied positive mindset to every aspect of her life.  From parenting FIVE kids, to curing herself of headaches, to growing a business and being an effective leader, she is a living, breathing walking billboard for positive thinking at it’s best.  

Great Line:   The mind controls everything.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.marykay.com/jlevitt1


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Apr 21, 2016

Who:   George Ryan - Founder of Hatchwise

What We Talked About:  It’s Throwback Thursday!  Listen to this classic interview where I talked to George Ryan about his shift from being an employee at a lumber company to owning his own business.  He talks about how he launched Hatchwise and now has over 13,000 designers and writers available for projects.

Why I Like George:  He is a creator.  Even as a child he was writing books and designing.  He saw a hole in the market and was willing to step out and launch his idea.  He was willing to make mistakes and learn as he went and now he has an awesome business that serves hundreds of thousands of people.

Great Line:  I had to learn how to think like the owner and not the employee.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.hatchwise.com


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Apr 20, 2016

Who:  Kurt Krueger - Peak Performance Practices Trainer

What We Talked About:  Why the buddy system works.  What to look for in a buddy.  How to find one and what to do when you get one.  Getting a buddy is the number one easy thing that most entrepreneurs don’t do that can almost guarantee your success.

Why I Like Kurt:  This guy has done it all.  He’s trained at Fortune 500 companies.  He’s taught on five continents and he’s even won eleven gold and five silver medals in swimming in the Senior Olympics.  And he shows no sign of stopping and continues to teach around the world.

Great Line:  You want a buddy with integrity.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.successsystemsinternational.net  

Send an email to successsystemsinternational@gmail.com to receive his free gifts:  The Five Practices for Stress Management and Improved Productivity and The 16 Practices on How to Be Successful.


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Apr 19, 2016

Who:  Dana Wilde - Author of Train Your Brain and Host of The Mind Aware Show

What This Show is About:  Dana airs LIVE in front of a dial-in audience. This week we have someone write in and say, “I over think things.  I think about them, but I don’t do anything.  I have so many things I want to do, but I get paralyzed.  Help!” Dana Wilde Rants! After so many requests for an “ask Dana” episode, we’ve decided to offer this as a regular feature. Dana takes questions from our audience members and answers those questions by helping the listener “tell a new story.” Each of us has a Reticular Activating System (RAS) in our brain that spends all day every day listening to what we’re thinking about and what we’re talking about. Next the RAS notices in the outside world the situations that match those thoughts and stories. This is why if you want to change your outside world, you have to start with the inside story.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.danawilde.com/freetraining


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Apr 18, 2016

Who:   Patti Dobrowolski - Bestselling Author of Drawing Solutions: How Visual Goal Setting Will Change Your Life

What We Talked About:  How to draw your way to success.  Patti gave step-by-step instructions on how to use draw a picture board for goal setting and why it benefits you to do so.  Then she revealed how to bring your desired new reality into being.  

Why I Like Patti:  She loves the brain like I do.  She’s fun.  She wants YOU to have more fun.  She wants goal setting to be more fun and let’s face it, drawing is fun.  She gets it.  When you feel good, it’s easy to take action.  

Great Line:   What are the three boldest things I can do?

Where to Learn More:  http://www.upyourcreativegenius.com  and http://www.blastoff.today


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Apr 15, 2016

Who:  Halona Black - Book Coach

What We Talked About:  How to start your book and get it done.  Halona says that most of us already have what we need to get our book started right now.  In this interview, she clearly defines what stops us and how to overcome it.

Why I Like Halona:  She believes that writing your book is your legacy.  So many people have a passionate mission and a book is one of the best ways to get your message out to the world.  Halona’s passion is helping others get their messages out to the world.

Great Line:  The easiest way to get it done is to get the support you need to get it done.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.digitalwellpublisher.com


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Apr 14, 2016

Who:   Carol Topp - CPA and Tax Expert

What We Talked About:  It’s Throwback Thursday!  Listen to this classic interview where I talked to Carol Topp about how most small business owners are overpaying their taxes.  In this interview, Carol reveals which deductions you might be missing, which software to use, and how to keep more money in your pocket.

Why I Like Carol:  Carol is like an encyclopedia of deductions.  She can not only tell you which deduction to take, but how to make sure you’re documenting it properly and in which IRS publication it appears.  You’ll want to pick her brain all day.

Great Line:   The average business owner is overpaying their taxes by $11,000.

Where to Learn More:  http://caroltoppcpa.com/ and http://taxesforwriters.com/


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Apr 13, 2016

Who:   Adrienne Dorison - Business Strategist and Podcast Host

What We Talked About:  How to streamline your business.  Adrienne shared her powerful story of her fast business growth and how she did it.  She revealed the two reasons why she thinks many entrepreneurs don’t succeed and how to get lean and mean in your business.  

Why I Like Adrienne: She is smart.  She’s transferred a skill she learned in the corporate world and used it to grow her business.  Better yet, she’s teaching it to others.  She knows how to find something that’s even more valuable than money.  She knows how to find you time.

Great Line:  Pick a content strategy that you love.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.adriennedorison.com/makemoresales


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Apr 12, 2016

Who:  Dana Wilde - Author of Train Your Brain and Host of The Mind Aware Show

What This Show is About:  Dana airs LIVE in front of a dial-in audience. This week we have someone write in and ask, “How do I hit Director in my company?  I’m doing all this stuff to make it happen and it hasn’t happened yet.” Dana Wilde Rants! After so many requests for an “ask Dana” episode, we’ve decided to offer this as a regular feature. Dana takes questions from our audience members and answers those questions by helping the listener “tell a new story.” Each of us has a Reticular Activating System (RAS) in our brain that spends all day every day listening to what we’re thinking about and what we’re talking about. Next the RAS notices in the outside world the situations that match those thoughts and stories. This is why if you want to change your outside world, you have to start with the inside story.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.danawilde.com/freetraining


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Apr 11, 2016

Who:  Sonya Williams - Coach and Money Muse

What We Talked About:  How to identify and break through your limiting money beliefs.  Sonya reveals three techniques for changing your money story and shares the five personal areas of your life where you can vision a new you.

Why I Like Sonya:  Sonya oozes mindset.  She expresses herself in a way that makes it easy to understand just how easy it would be to turn around your limiting beliefs.  She has done the work and is sharing from her passion and experience.  Good stuff.

Great Line:  Stop being a blessing blocker.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.successwithsonya.com  http://www.yourabundantmindsetnow.com

 

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Apr 8, 2016

Who:   Wendy Williams, R.N., M.Ed. - Marriage Life Coach and Advisor

What We Talked About:  How to improve your relationship through understanding the differences between the sexes.  Wendy revealed that many times we get annoyed with our partners for behaviors that are innate in their hormones and brains.  Discover why your partner acts the way he or she does and how you connect again.

Why I Like Wendy:  She loves talking about the physiology behind relationships.  How do our physical make-ups affect how we relate to one another?  She has studied extensively about how men and women are different and how we can use that information to create a stronger relationship.

Great Line:  Build in time to connect and nurture yourself.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.connectagain.org


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Apr 7, 2016

Who:   Desiree Stafford - Business Coach

What We Talked About:  It’s Throwback Thursday!  Listen to this classic interview where I talked to Desiree Stafford about how her life transformed when she started taking responsibility for her life.  She reveals how to step up on your life and play a bigger game.

Why I Like Desiree:  She is really aware of where she has stumbled in the past and has been able to take those lessons and transform her business.  She is candid and open and there are nuggets of wisdom in every sentence.

Great Line:  I’ve noticed that people don’t know who they are most of the time, which is why they play at such a smaller level.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.desireestafford.com


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Apr 6, 2016

Who:   Paul Hannam - Author of The Wisdom of Groundhog Day: How to Improve Your Life One Day at a Time

What We Talked About:  The movie Groundhog Day with Bill Murray and how it’s a blueprint for success.  We talked about how to wake up from autopilot and start living in a place of contribution, creativity, mindfulness, and compassion.  Paul revealed three positive habits that you can instill right now to get better results from your day.

Why I Like Paul:  He knows his stuff.  With nearly 30 years experience in personal development, behavior change, and psychology, he brings a wealth of research findings and experience to a seemingly cheeky topic.  

Great Line:  Each day is a new life we can create.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.paulhannam.com


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Apr 5, 2016

Who:  Dana Wilde - Author of Train Your Brain and Host of The Mind Aware Show

What This Show is About:  Dana airs LIVE in front of a dial-in audience. This week we have someone write in and ask, “My team members aren’t recruiting?  What can I do to create a recruiting culture on my team?” Dana Wilde Rants! After so many requests for an “ask Dana” episode, we’ve decided to offer this as a regular feature. Dana takes questions from our audience members and answers those questions by helping the listener “tell a new story.” Each of us has a Reticular Activating System (RAS) in our brain that spends all day every day listening to what we’re thinking about and what we’re talking about. Next the RAS notices in the outside world the situations that match those thoughts and stories. This is why if you want to change your outside world, you have to start with the inside story.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.danawilde.com/freetraining


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Apr 4, 2016

Who:  Rich Redmond - World Class Drummer and Motivational Speaker

What We Talked About:  Rich is a world-class drummer and we talked about how he did it.  How does he think?  What type of daily habits does he have and how has a hunger to excel served him.  He reveals his five pillars to success and the number one  thing you can do today to make your dreams real.  

Why I Like Rich:  This guy is passion personified.  He’s played drums on six continents and backed some of the biggest names in music including Trace Adkins, Kelly Clarkson, Bryan Adams, Ludacris, Bob Seger, Jewel, Joe Perry, The Pointer Sister, Kid Rock, Jason Aldean, and many more.  Ask him how he did it?  He says, “100% mindset.”  He’s truly fearless and when you hear how he lives his life, it inspires you to do the same.   

Great Line: The question isn’t why me, it’s why not me?

Where to Learn More:  http://www.richredmond.com

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Apr 1, 2016

Who:   Debra Engle - Author of The Only Prayer You’ll Need: The Shortest Route to a Life of Joy, Abundance, and Peace of Mind

What We Talked About:  Her six-word healing prayer that will help you to release negative thinking.  We talked about the power of prayer and how when you release your limiting thoughts you get a sense of relief that allows you to move forward and accomplish anything.

Why I Like Deb:  Deb has a gentleness about her that is palpable and it draws you in.  She feels like someone who has walked the walk and you want to take the journey with her.  

Great Line:  It’s about changing our own thinking.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.debraengle.com


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