Ambition. Ask Yourself The BIG Questions to Drive Success!

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DOWNLOAD the PODCAST via iTunes – #174 – Burleigh Heads Escape + Hot and Delicious Rocks The Planet! Solocast.

Every week I speak with entrepreneurs, tech founders, actors, musicians, comedians and the most wonderful leaders across a range of industries and am constantly inspired by their ability to pursue their dreams with unwavering tenacity!

In this week’s episode of the Hot & Delicious Rocks The Planet! weekly entrepreneurship podcast, I answer those very same questions that I ask of these awe-inspiring individuals and invite you all to ponder them for your own life also, in the hope that you will take stock and feel inspired to chase your own pursuits.

In this ever-evolving technological age, many of you are working longer hours, the cost of living is more expensive and we’re all bombarded by the social construct of wanting bigger, faster, longer and better.



Better?
The human need to strive to be better isn’t a bad thing. Without it the very nature of science, technology, innovation and creativity would be nowhere near as exciting as it is today. The massive strides forward in nearly every discipline surely has come from the human desire to be better.

But who’s version of ‘Better’ are you striving for? 

Really stop and think about that. As wondrous as the forward motion in innovation and technology are, there is of course always a downside. What with the fast-paced world that is 2018, is it any wonder that most of us don’t stop and consider what OUR version of ‘better’ is?

Not your parents’ version.
Not reality television’s version.
Not the Instagram version of yourself.
Not Hollywood’s version.

YOUR version. Your ‘why’. Your values. Your dreams. Yours.

Let’s get into the show!

DOWNLOAD the PODCAST via iTunes – #174 – Burleigh Heads Escape + Hot and Delicious Rocks The Planet! Solocast.

Android Users: Download Castbox Podcast App via Google Play, then Click here to Subscribe to Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet! Podcast.

Show notes:
Books Mentioned:
1. ‘Losing my Virginity’ by Richard Branson
2. ‘Scar Tissue’ by Anthony Kiedis
3. ‘The Dirt’ by Mötley Crüe
4. ‘The Heroin Diaries’ by Nikki Sixx from Mötley Crüe
5. ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho

Burleigh Heads escape + Hot & Delicious Rocks The Planet! solocast where we answer ALL the big questions:

1. If you could jump on a plane anywhere tomorrow where would you go & why?
2. What’s your primary motivator? What drives your hunger for success?
3. What are your favourite books or biographies/autobiographies? What did they teach you?
4. Can you describe in detail a key moment of joy or realisation, 2 pinch me moments that you’ve had, you’ve been in a daze and thought to yourself “I can’t believe that this is happening right now?”
5. What does success look like to you?
6. My personal values are the same are my business ones. What values do you hold yourself to?
7. What are 2 pieces of advice you’d give to someone who has a dream, but is afraid to take that first step?

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