International bestselling author, Bob Burg joins Charlie to discuss his uber popular book, “The Go Giver” and it’s in five laws to increase your personal effectiveness and professional success.
Bob shows how giving is the pathway to a successful business, and how the best way to win the rat race is to rise above it.
Cecil Fielder, who was an all-star baseball player in the 80s and 90s, describes what it was like to be a major leaguer. He describes the values, character, and traits needed to achieve greatness in baseball and life.
In this episode, marketing guru, entrepreneur, and best selling author, Michael Port talks about performing authentically and finding your voice as a means to expanding your business. He argues that professional strength begins with realizing the underserved and unexplored creative potential within you.
Michael starts off by explaining the steps to finding your voice and building the courage to strip away external layers and ultimately letting go of your inner critic. He explains the importance of being vulnerable and overcoming fear of rejection which serves as a major block to greatness.
Charlie and Michael then discuss how stress can actually be a positive motivator — and tell of how to make it something that works for you rather than against you. The show closes with steps to puncture the perfectionist myth as well as how to expand your influence.
How do you lose weight without starving yourself, spending hours in the gym or succumbing in the latest diet fad?
In this episode of Unlocking Greatness, I interview popular dietician and nutritionist Aliza Beer. Aliza has helped hundreds of people lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle. She even has a sushi roll named after her.
Aliza shares her insights on how to take control of your health. She breaks down the difference between sugar, carbs and fats and its impact on your body. We discuss portioning food, eating processed foods, juicing, coffee and dark chocolate as well as practical tips for better eating at restaurants and on vacation.
If you have a body and eat food, you don’t want to miss this.