Mon, 1 February 2016
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss how clarity of vision will drive you forward. They start the show with Feelin' down and dirty, feelin' kind of mean a lyric from the band Foreigner's song Double Vision." I've been from one to another extreme". is another lyric that perfectly describes a swift kick in the ass.
Pictures can say a thousand words. A picture of where you want to be in life can help you attain what you want out of your life. The big picture you create in your mind will help you get to your main goal.
Arnold Schwarzenegger would imagine his biceps were mountains while preparing for the Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia contests. He knew that he wanted to be the best body builder in the world that would eventually become an actor like his hero Steve Reeves.
Seek solitude to discover what your vision might be. Jesus, Moses, Buddha and Mohammad all sought solitude before they had their great visions.
Focus on the here and now. Control what you can do and do not depend on others to attain your goals. Focus on what you want and not what others expect of you. You must belief in yourself even when others doubt you.
Do not allow fear or imagination to keep you from attaining your vision. Acronym for fear is Fantasy Expectation Appearing Real.
Your vision can change over time due to life experience and changes in values.
Sun, 24 January 2016
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren interview Aaron Anastasi the author of The Voice Of Your Dreams.
Aaron Anastasi is a Southern California native who graduated with a master’s degree from
Princeton where he studied philosophy and psychology. He’s also the founder and coach of
the internationally recognized, Superior Singing Method, an online singing lesson program that
grosses 7-figures annually. With nearly 10,000,000 views and over 100,000 subscribers, Aaron
has the #1 singing/life lesson channel on YouTube. He is also a prominent success coach for
clients in industry-leading roles ranging from film directors to marine biologists to TED talk
speakers. His book, The Voice of Your Dreams, is scheduled for release in January, 2016.
Mon, 18 January 2016
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss death and its effect on motivation. What is it like to lose a loved one, family or friend? How does that make one reflect on their own life? What will be said at your funeral? Will you leave a legacy? All of the questions will be addressed as Tom and John dig deeper into the fate that awaits us all.
Mon, 11 January 2016
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss the one habit that will refocus your life...Choice. How can choice become a habit? Some solid principles for good decision making. Scientific method applied to decision making using the observation phase, classification phase and definition phase.
Sun, 6 December 2015
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss The Seven Deadly Sins Of Personal Development.
Wed, 2 December 2015
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss how to be unpopular in a grown up world. What does it mean to be an adult? What is adulting? Why does Tom think it means swinging with the neighbors wife?
Tom and John raise questions about growing up and becoming responsible for your self and your own actions. Why do some people refuse to grow up and become dependent on others to make decisions for them. They cover reaching sexual maturity and mental maturity and how they differ. Rights of passage for becoming independent and finding yourself.
Sun, 22 November 2015
Lifelong childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss FEAR. What is fear? How is it classified in regards to a psychological model. The 5 types of fear. How to embrace fear and how to vanquish fear. Why it is OK to experience fear. Techniques such as meditation and breathing to relieve physical and mental symptoms of anxiety.
Tom and John recount several childhood experiences dealing with fear and how those experiences have shaped them in their adult lives. How modern society deals with the effects of fear when we do not have to fight to survive. Paralyzed while sleeping when waking abruptly. Dealing with a serial killer in your community and trying to maintain life as normal. News reports about terrorism and threats that cause people to not want to leave their homes.
Sun, 15 November 2015
Lifelong childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren discuss how Rock 'n' Roll can change your life. They cover some influential classic rock songs and lyrics on the journey to self discovery.
Songs from Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Supertramp, Creed, Collective Soul, Aerosmith, Blue Oyster Cult and 4 Non Blondes are broken down and analyzed.
This is a fun episode which will provide insight into how music can affect your lifestyle choices and build character.
Sun, 8 November 2015
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren talk about Street Smarts and how having them are essential to survival and success. Situational awareness, posture, savvy, confidence, wisdom, experience and skepticism are just some of the traits of having street smarts.
John and Tom discuss getting taken advantage of years ago and how that experience has strengthened their ability to spot a scam. John talks about a bait and switch that happened to his father with diamond earrings and Tom talks about getting scammed into buying counterfeit speakers.
Phone scams and email scams designed to steal your money. How to handle yourself in a new neighborhood and tips to avoid becoming a victim. Dressing to blend in, carrying yourself with confidence, avoiding eye contact and conversations with strangers in an unknown environment.
Self defense with a gun and choosing the right martial art that will be effective on the street. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, MMA, Krav Maga, Muay Thai, Wrestling and Boxing are some of the arts discussed.
Sun, 25 October 2015
Life long childhood friends Tom Stewart and John Curren talk about how to deal with losing your job. Companies do what they have to do to stay viable which sometimes means cutting staff. How not to live in fear and anxiety of losing a job. Creating new skills to keep yourself viable.