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Sep 26, 2019

Entrepreneurs and business owners often talk about setting goals, accomplishing what’s important, and finding balance in life. Business and life strategist Gary Coxe is here to talk about how time balance isn’t always possible but what is possible is finding goals that are in balance with your beliefs and values. 

Gary coaches clients to break through their self-imposed limitations. He has been seen on shows like The View, Dr. Phil, and more. We had an interesting discussion about how we need to believe our goals and how if we don’t believe them, we can’t feel them. He also explains why it’s so important to clear out past trauma so those feelings don’t continue to resurface. 

You can find Gary here:

BLITZ Your Wealth Plan!
Ask Loral
Gary Coxe

Show Notes:

  • [01:33] When Gary was 15, the second business he started was doing over $100,000 a year. 
  • [01:56] He then got married, and his wife told him that the baby she just had was not his. Then his grandfather and step father die of cancer. His uncle was killed in a plane crash. His father was shot and died. He had gone through a huge series of losses by the time he was 21 years old. 
  • [02:42] If we learn how to clean the negatives from our past out, we create emotional freedom. Then we are able to be a lot more successful.
  • [03:18] To be more successful, we have to take on more risk. There comes side effects and challenges with that risk.
  • [04:07] We have to take risks to get better. When we fail while taking that risk, we relive all of the emotional pain from the past.
  • [04:14] We don't want to feel that pain when taking our business or finances to the next level. 
  • [05:06] Knowing what you need to do but not doing it is often a sign that you have things stuck at your emotional hard drive.
  • [05:26] We all create different stories. We need to be aware of our stories and mental processes. 
  • [07:23] Ask how you reward the behaviors that are not working towards your success.
  • [08:37] We have to have leverage to make change. Value and belief are to make change. 
  • [10:00] For every belief we act on, we get a result. We need to be able to identify or limiting beliefs.
  • [10:40] We need to go from a limiting belief to an empowering belief. Find strategies to believe your belief. 
  • [12:15] Be a leader of your feelings, not a slave to your feelings. 
  • [13:03] You know a belief is empowering if when you say it you feel it. 
  • [13:41] When you find a strategy to make the feelings match the words, change will happen. 
  • [14:09] Feeling connectivity. Learn to understand how you can make a feeling match a belief. This creates emotional freedom.
  • [15:41] When my feelings are not in harmony with my goals, ignore my feelings.
  • [16:21] We either ignore or reward our feelings. If our feelings aren't congruent with our goals we need to ignore them.
  • [18:25] Write down your goals, because how you feel about them is a powerful measuring chart. 
  • [19:19] You can't balance time. Write down your goals everyday. You can have a balancing of values and beliefs.

Links and Resources:

Integrated Wealth Systems

Sep 26, 2019

Entrepreneurs and business owners often talk about setting goals, accomplishing what’s important, and finding balance in life. Business and life strategist Gary Coxe is here to talk about how time balance isn’t always possible but what is possible is finding goals that are in balance with your beliefs and values. 

Gary coaches clients to break through their self-imposed limitations. He has been seen on shows like The View, Dr. Phil, and more. We had an interesting discussion about how we need to believe our goals and how if we don’t believe them, we can’t feel them. He also explains why it’s so important to clear out past trauma so those feelings don’t continue to resurface. 

You can find Gary here:

BLITZ Your Wealth Plan!
Ask Loral
Gary Coxe

Show Notes:

  • [01:33] When Gary was 15, the second business he started was doing over $100,000 a year. 
  • [01:56] He then got married, and his wife told him that the baby she just had was not his. Then his grandfather and step father die of cancer. His uncle was killed in a plane crash. His father was shot and died. He had gone through a huge series of losses by the time he was 21 years old. 
  • [02:42] If we learn how to clean the negatives from our past out, we create emotional freedom. Then we are able to be a lot more successful.
  • [03:18] To be more successful, we have to take on more risk. There comes side effects and challenges with that risk.
  • [04:07] We have to take risks to get better. When we fail while taking that risk, we relive all of the emotional pain from the past.
  • [04:14] We don't want to feel that pain when taking our business or finances to the next level. 
  • [05:06] Knowing what you need to do but not doing it is often a sign that you have things stuck at your emotional hard drive.
  • [05:26] We all create different stories. We need to be aware of our stories and mental processes. 
  • [07:23] Ask how you reward the behaviors that are not working towards your success.
  • [08:37] We have to have leverage to make change. Value and belief are to make change. 
  • [10:00] For every belief we act on, we get a result. We need to be able to identify or limiting beliefs.
  • [10:40] We need to go from a limiting belief to an empowering belief. Find strategies to believe your belief. 
  • [12:15] Be a leader of your feelings, not a slave to your feelings. 
  • [13:03] You know a belief is empowering if when you say it you feel it. 
  • [13:41] When you find a strategy to make the feelings match the words, change will happen. 
  • [14:09] Feeling connectivity. Learn to understand how you can make a feeling match a belief. This creates emotional freedom.
  • [15:41] When my feelings are not in harmony with my goals, ignore my feelings.
  • [16:21] We either ignore or reward our feelings. If our feelings aren't congruent with our goals we need to ignore them.
  • [18:25] Write down your goals, because how you feel about them is a powerful measuring chart. 
  • [19:19] You can't balance time. Write down your goals everyday. You can have a balancing of values and beliefs.

Links and Resources:

Integrated Wealth Systems

Sep 19, 2019

Robert Jones is the Founder of the only independent non-franchised networking group called Network Together. He stumbled on this amazing opportunity by chance with a failed attempt to connect at a Chamber of Commerce. He now has over 1200 members, and they are growing at a rapid pace.

His group not only nurtures members in self-confidence, mindset, and public speaking, it also creates growth opportunities for individuals and their businesses. He was surprised by how much he loved networking and people. According to Robert, having the proper mindset and being authentic to your true self is the ticket to success.   

You can find Robert here:

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Ask Loral
Network Together
Robert Jones on LinkedIn
Network Together on Facebook
Network Expo
Robert@NeworkTogether.net

Show Notes:

  • [02:42] Robert grew up in Texas and then served in the Marines for 10 years. After the Marines, he went to college and majored in business and psychology. He then went to school for statistical analysis in Arizona. 
  • [03:28] He then started a company in San Diego, but wanted to be closer to family and moved to Arizona.
  • [04:38] For awhile, he floundered in business and invested in real estate that he lost in 2008.
  • [05:04] After a bad Chamber of Commerce experience, Robert decided to found and create Network Together. There was a need for an alternative network style group. 
  • [07:13] At least two guests go to the Network Together chapter each week. 
  • [07:38] If you are anywhere near passionate about what you do, you should at least bring in 7 new clients from 100 Network Together guests each year.
  • [08:08] The value is being seen and just having the confidence to ask.
  • [08:40] Some people have a fear of money. They don't know how to manage money. They don't look at money as a friend, they look at it as an adversary.
  • [08:50] The first pillar we have is public speaking. This creates confidence and makes people more valuable to their peers. 
  • [09:40] Having the power of voice to speak will translate into doing better business. 
  • [10:43] The first place you have to find value is within yourself.
  • [12:08] There is training, one on ones, and webinars to help people get to their self-worth. 
  • [12:29] Rank worth is what makes you stand out in your industry. Your five most ideal clients are your triumphs. 
  • [14:22] Acceptance is so valuable. 
  • [16:12] Time is a limit we can do nothing about. Everything starts with a foundation. What are your goals for the day? Do your revenue bringing tasks first. 
  • [18:12] Break your goals down to actions. Write them down and see what the outcomes are. 
  • [19:32] Pattern interrupt. It's not about disruption, it's about awareness. Do a time audit. Write down what you do and your results for the next five days. Implement impactful things from you time audit. 
  • [23:38] Learn to be true and authentic to who you are. 

Links and Resources:

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