We go to church on Sunday's and for a lot of us, that's usually where our relationship with God ends. In this podcast with author Shae Bynes, we discuss why God needs to impact your whole life! Anxiety, stress, and worry all are a product of not trusting God with our whole life. In business and entrepreneurship, it is important that we make God a part of every decision we make. God works in all sorts of ways and he might just work in yours if you let him in 24/7.
Being a teenager is hard, and weird. Your body is doing things it has never done before, you're starting to become more self aware, you're constantly being judged or compared by others, and the list could go on and on. This is why our teenagers are in such desperate need of love and relational parents. On the podcast this week, I had the honor of hosting Mark Gregston, founder of Heartlight Ministries. Mark has been working with teens since college and has such a heart for seeing teenagers be seen and loved by others and their parents. Watch and learn from Mark as he teaches us how to be better parents, role models, and friends to our teenagers.
Have you ever felt like you can never get away from your business or work? Does it feel like your business is controlling you and you can't live a normal life? Danny Johnson and I are here to tell you that this is not okay and the many negative affects that can happen if you let your business control your life. If you are feeling like this, then take a step back and get away from the business from awhile and let us tell you how to maintain a healthy balance between business and life.
So often business leaders know the details and the goals for their business but not too often do they know the end vision for their business. What do you want to get out of life by owning this business? This question usually stumps a lot of business owners and leads them to really question why they're doing what they're doing. I am joined by Shaun McCloskey, founder of Leadership Boardroom, and we discuss how to find the vision for your business and ultimately the vision for your life!
Running a successful business is a tough job as a Christian. Balancing business and faith and family and all the other things that come with life is a tough task. In this video, Ray Hilbert, founder of Kingdom Factor, and I discuss how you can integrate business and faith successfully. We talk about how to strengthen your faith and also of how to handle today's culture surrounding being a Christian. This is an episode you will not want to miss!
Today I am honored to have #1 Best-Selling Author Jordan Raynor join me on the podcast! In this podcast we discuss Jordan's new book, "Redeeming Your Time: 7 Biblical Principles for Being Purposeful, Present, and Wildly Productive", which comes out October 19th! Have you ever wondered how to get more time or how to be more productive with your day? We talk about both of those questions and much more in this God-centered podcast and how you can live a life that's always pointing back to God.
Investing in real estate, stocks, and 401k's are great and all but something you can never get more of is time. You can always get more money, more houses, more cars, more toys, etc. but you'll never be able to get back time that is wasted. That is why in today's episode, Mark Dolfini, author of The Time-Wealthy Investor, and I discuss why you need to invest in your time. We cover the stresses of operating a business and how you can get carried away so easily in the hustle. Listen to Mark and I as we share experience and advice on how you can start to make the most of your time.
All of us have inner motivations that we sometimes don't want to admit. John Erickson and I discuss how these motivations can ruin your relationships. Everyone loves to succeed and seem well on the outside but sometimes that's not the truth and we let these inherently evil motivations dictate our life and choices. It is up to us to make sure that we have the right motives behind every choice we make.
Our kids live in a world that chooses to overwhelm them from their birth. Toys, TV, phones, books, activities, sports, etc., all come rushing at our kids with crazy speed in today's world and there's a reason so many kids can't focus and get overwhelmed easy. Today on the podcast, I had the privilege of having Kim John Payne join me where we discuss easy steps to help simplify your kid's lifestyle. We dive into easy parenting strategies and practical steps that can help your kids focus easier and become more creative.
In today's podcast episode I'm joined by Jason Wojciechowski and we try to help answer the age old question of "What do you want to do with your life?". Jason is part of a group called Lifeonaire that helps you get the most out of your life. We discuss practical steps to help you figure out what it really is that you want out of life and how to go deeper than just getting rich, living in a nice house, or driving a fancy car. We believe everyone should be able to do what they want to do in life and do it with purpose. Listen in as we discuss how you can achieve what you want to actually do in life.
Distracting yourself and losing yourself in a technology savvy world is so easy to do nowadays that we often lose out on quality time with family because of it. Today on the podcast good friends of mine, Jim and Jamie Sheils, join me to talk about how families can make better use of their time and spend real authentic quality time together to strengthen their relationships. We talk of past experiences and how we can do a better job of spending time with our kids and how best to relate to them in a world that's so different from the one we grew up in.
Today we are joined by a very special guest! You have probably seen him in some of your favorite movies including; Facing the Giants, Fireproof, Courageous, and more but today we have Alex Kendrick on the podcast! We discuss our faith and what Jesus means to us and how he is our Father. We dive into how being a good father and how God is the perfect Father to us. Lastly, we discuss Alex's two new movies; Courageous Legacy and Show Me The Father that are coming out in September!
Everyone aims to achieve their own lifestyle but not often does everyone get to live out their "ideal" lifestyle. In today's episode, Chris and Ashton Levarek, two brothers who own Valkere Investment Group. We discuss how you can get the lifestyle you want through business and how it's achievable in only a couple years. We also talk about how family business is tough but also makes running a business easier when you can trust the people you work with! Make sure to watch and see how you can get the lifestyle that you want!
So often we get lost in the busyness of work and our day to day routines that we lose what's really important to us in the long-term. In this episode, guest Jim Crider and I discuss how to find out what truly matters to you and how you can live life to the fullest. We talk of strategies and questions to ask yourself to make sure you're setting yourself up for success when it comes to living life. Lastly, we discuss about how to balance work and life and the sacrifices that come with it.
The 5 Love Languages are one of the most sought out resources when it comes to showing appreciation and love to those around you. I was privileged to have interviewed the author of The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, Mr. Gary Chapman. In this episode, Gary and I talk about the 5 Love Languages of Appreciation in the workplace and so much more regarding how to best care and love your spouse, coworkers, and kids. We go over why it is necessary to use the 5 Love Languages in your relationships and how they will benefit immensely, just by finding out what they are.
This real estate business owner grew her company to an incredibly profitable level, but she lost everything on one bad deal. And it was a deal that she could have easily let go of without any problem. So why didn't she avoid her downfall? Christina Krause shares about the bad decisions she made, and how stupid mistakes led to the loss of her business, and left her as a single mom. She also shares how she launched a new incredibly successful business, and how she has created a system that keeps her from making anymore bad decisions. Christina is a business owner of Postal Impact LLC and Virtual Lead Managers where they take industry-leading data for real estate investors so they can grow their businesses.
A lot of us struggle with maintaining a healthy balance between our work life and our personal life. On this episode of the Brett Snodgrass Podcast, my dear friend Melissa Asbury joins me on the show and shares how we can create a healthy relationship of balancing work and personal life. Melissa herself is a jack of all trades flipping houses with her husband Ben and interior designing! We talk of our own struggles with this topic and how our family and kids are a part of that working dynamic. Tune in to this episode to find out how you can create a healthy work life balance that'll set you up to be successful in the office and at home.
On the podcast in this episode is a good friend of mine, Chris Arnold. Chris is the creator of the Multipliers Mastermind group, owns Wholesaling Inc, and owns several other businesses. In this episode, we talk about the struggles of being an entrepreneur and how we can use business to help others. Chris dives into how he thinks entrepreneurs can combine purpose and profit to make a greater impact on the world. We talk about Chris' passion to serve entrepreneurial men who are struggling on the inside and how it's okay to show emotion as men.
This pastor, who lives in India, has found a way to change the lives of many orphans. He empowers them to start their own businesses to break the cycle of poverty and create better lives for themselves. The model he uses is very unique and effective, and it gives hope and support for these young teens to become entrepreneurs. The success rate of orphans who have long-term income, consistency and healthy lives for them and their siblings is tremendous. Listen to how this ministry and these orphans are using entrepreneurship to change lives and communities.
Entrepreneur, author, and former engineer Gary Smith shares on how the word "purpose" has impacted his life and the life of many others. Gary shares how his ultimate purpose is to live for God, but also to serve others. Through coaching and mentorship, Gary found that so many entrepreneurs couldn't tell him the purpose for why they were doing what they were doing. Gary sought out these people by offering coaching and advice for all sorts of people and business owners. Gary is the author of 4 books, where he offers how to find your God given purpose in life and how to do it successfully.
Entrepreneur Gary Boomershine shares his experience of overworking and the problems that it caused personally and professionally. Gary soon learned different tactics he needed to take to insure the health of his business, his family, and himself. One of the main practices Gary has implemented is taking a regular Sabbatical from work. Gary explains when he takes a Sabbatical, how long his Sabbatical lasts, why he takes each Sabbatical, and what he does during his Sabbaticals. Gary also shares other tactics that give him more regular free time including not reinventing the wheel and to know your strengths and weaknesses. Through these Sabbaticals and other processes, Gary has found a much healthier and happier life filled with rest and rejuvenation.
This alcoholic drank everyday, for most of the day, for 47 years. He realized he needed to stop drinking and smoking or else he would die. Entrepreneur Mitch Stephen quit drinking cold turkey and hasn't had a drink or a smoke in years. Mitch discusses how he was able to stop drinking and what he went through to get free of addiction. Mitch recounts the feelings, hardships, and solutions to all of the situations he faced from physical, mental, emotional and social challenges he faced. Mitch also shares the benefits he now enjoys from being free from alcohol and smoking.
This entrepreneur family has many successful businesses. But how do they make things work and thrive? Many times people say, "Don't work with family." But throughout most of human history, most businesses have been family run. Jeremy Pryor and his family have studied and researched the unique view of how families work in our modern western culture compared to how families have worked historically. Once the Pryor family started governing their family and businesses by building a culture that focused on a strong family team, they maximized their family and business potential. They have built and practiced a lifestyle that allows them to not only work together, but they've become an even stronger family by spending more time with each other while they work together. Out of the Pryor Family's experience, they have built and trained other families how to build a strong family anatomy that maximizes so much potential for families to do more together than they ever could on their own. This also allows them to find success, enjoyment, identity and fulfillment in their lives and work.
Raising a child with autism is a life-altering experience with many challenges that most people don't understand. There are few places to turn to for answers when trying to navigate this unique parenting roadmap. Autism doesn't just affect the child; it affects the whole family. Many marriages are effected and tested with an autistic child. Dr. Eric Weiss and his wife, Christine Weiss, who is a food and nutrition expert, have had to raise their autistic son, Marston. They understand the hardships parents of a child with autism face, and they have developed strategies to effectively raise an autistic child. Eric and Christine are passionate about helping parents and children on the autism spectrum learn healthy practices to implement in their lives. Many parents have learned from their innovative knowledge that they've discovered through the years. ============================ BOOK WEBSITE https://www.educatingmarston.com/ REGENERATIVE THERAPY FOR AUTISM https://northfloridastemcells.com/
Murder, rape, abuse and extreme poverty are just the beginning of Nelson Tressler's story. Despite the traumatic and unfortunate events that Nelson experienced, he determined not to be a victim for the rest of his life. Nelson learned how to overcome his circumstances and become successful through the power of setting goals and following through with them. Nelson became a successful entrepreneur, father and author. Now Nelson is focused on coaching others to set and achieve their goals. Nelson explains why New Year's resolutions fail most of the time, and explains how they can succeed. Nelson also explains how people coming out of seemingly hopeless situations can attain goals that seem far beyond their reach. Whether the goals seem small or large, Nelson helps others set and achieve them.