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Now displaying: November, 2015
Nov 11, 2015

Strongpreneur & Personal Trainer Ted Ryce has had the pleasure to train celebrities such as Ricky Martin, Robert Downey Jr. and Richard Branson. He also works with many top level CEO’s & entrepreneurs to help them reach their life and fitness goals.

But, things weren’t always smooth for Ted. He’s had to overcome several rounds of personal tragedy in order to reach his levels of success.

“It’s just to show you that ANYONE can overcome tragedy and succeed in life. I’m living proof that YOU can succeed too.”

In this episode of the SPN Podcast I ask Ted questions like:

  • What did you learn about yourself from all the tragedy you went through?
  • You’ve been a fitness trainer for 17 years and worked with celebrities and some top CEO’s…are there any habits or mindsets that jump out at you from these top performers?
  • What surprised you most about working with Richard Branson?
  • You’ve got 5 minutes before you go on stage to give a talk that will save humanity from their troubles….what would be your main points?
  • If you could only do one exercise for the rest of your life, what would you choose?

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Who Is Ted Ryce?

The following is from Ted’s website, Legendary Life

I’m Ted. I’m a 37 year dude who has a passion for helping men build muscle, lose fat, develop more confidence and go after what they want in life. I’ve spent the last 16 years of my life experimenting with exercise, nutrition, supplementation to find out what methods help — and which ones are hype.
 
Nov 5, 2015

Leadership is a topic that you’ll find an endless supply of information on. Here’s a little bit of my take and a few reasons why you should stop calling yourself a leader.

1. You continue to not reach goals

Each year you set goals in your business and each year you fall short. A true leader wins. He gets results. You can have a great game plan, good players and a ton of support…you can even be a real likable guy. But, in the end..you will be judged by the results you produced.

2. You want credit

I have a large ego and want credit. I want the world to know that I’m doing good! Real leaders don’t want the attention when things are going well…they point to their people and give them credit. The only time they should pull the attention on themselves is when the team fails.

3. You don’t create more leaders

Because you’re the center of everything, others can’t grow to their full potential….AND THEY LEAVE!
A real leader will find, develop and keep talented people.

4. Your people don’t feel safe

Simon Sinek’s talk “Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe” says it best…so, Google it. The bottom line is that if the environment is right in your organization your people will feel safe. There are many things in the world coming after your people…many threats in their lives. A true leader will sacrifice her own comfort, opinion or position in order to provide safety for the people she serves.

The leader sets the tone…
How do you measure up? Which of these resonates with you most? Is it time to level up your leadership skills for entrepreneurs?

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Nov 2, 2015

Today’s guest went from a self-described money moron at age 22 to self-made millionaire 13 years later by raising his financial IQ and implementing some simple concepts. These same concepts are the same things he teaches others now in order to help them get out of debt, save more money and retire early.

In this episode of the SPN Podcast I ask Scott questions like:

  • If you could be a guitarist for a day who would you be?
  • What kind of head trash did you have about money?
  • As a financial coach what are some of the most common issues you see?
  • What do you tell the guy who’s in his 40’s and behind financially?
  • You’ve got 5 minutes before you go on stage to give a talk that will save humanity from their financial troubles….what would be your main points?

 

Who Is Scott Alan Turner?

The following is from Scott’s website, Scott Alan Turner Dot Com

I am a serial entrepreneur and small business owner.  I started this website and my podcast to take all the knowledge and wisdom about money and business I have learned to help people with their finances and to reach their personal goals.

  • I’ve been an owner/partner in eight companies since the year 2000.
  • In 2005, I started working with a Certified Financial Planner to help me with my finances (I still meet with him to this day).
  • In 2007, I was on Clark Howard’s TV show spotlighted as a successful entrepreneur.
  • In 2009, I was completely out of debt with no mortgage.
  • In 2013, I taught Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University.
  • I’ve read over 200 books on personal finance.
  • I’m currently working on my  Masters Degree in Personal Financial Planning.

I’m also one of the founders of the National Registry for Adoption, a service to simplify embryo donation and adoption, and to help make adoption more affordable.

 

Get more at www.strongpreneurnation.com

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