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Fresh Tracks Meditation – Giving and Receiving

Giving and Receiving are an integral part of creating Fresh Tracks. Money, gifts, time, service, donating, reward, self-worth, circulation, flow are just a few of the myriad aspects to this freeing and enlightening meditation. The Universal Law of Giving and Receiving is a beautiful and often overlooked aspect of Universal Law we explore in this meditation.

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Mindfulness and the Key to Believing in Yourself

In episode 72 of Fresh Tracks I speak with mindfulness expert John Allcock. We dig deep into the role mindfulness plays in setting and achieving goals, our belief in ourselves, and how we handle failure. John shares that being mindful (aware) allows us to recognize if our thoughts are unrealistically negative – which impacts our belief in our self. Once we are aware we can then make the decision to check the thoughts out and see if they are correct and, if not, replace them with more accurate, positive beliefs and intentions. Which ultimately allow us to live a happier, fuller, and more meaningful life.

Sounds great, but how do you do this you may ask? John shares techniques to train your attention so you don’t get wrapped up in distorted thinking that’s not realistic. Awareness gives us the power to realize we are choosing to listen to negative thoughts and the choice to choose positive thoughts. In this week’s show we also take a look at how we handle failure. Because if you look at failure as something to avoid you won’t set lofty goals or cut Fresh Tracks. In reality failure just means that you are trying new things. John shares that mindfulness training is the solution to all of these difficult issues. Check out this week’s show and decide for yourself.

Show Notes:

4:00 – Why believing in yourself impacts the quality of the goals you set
5:50 – Tips for working your way through failure when you are in the midst of it
8:20 – The secret key to training your attention
12:00 – The art of being skilled in awareness
15:10 – An insight into how kids handle paying attention to their awareness
19:00 – You can try to pave every path or you can make some shoes….
22:00 – The one thing you can do to avoid anxiety
23:50 – What if much of what you believe is wrong?
26:20 – How to start assessing what your beliefs are – particularly if you are unhappy

About the Author:
John Allcock has dedicated over 15 years to the practice and instruction of mindfulness. He is the Co-Founder and Director of Mindfulness at Sea Change Preparatory, a trailblazing academy that regularly implements the practice of mindfulness in it’s curriculum. The school’s emphasis on mindfulness set the foundation for the success of it’s students, including world-record-breaking swimmers, which were featured on NBC Nightly News. John is also a Harvard-educated trial lawyer and has been the Global Co-Chair of DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property Group. He lives in Del Mar, California with his wife and co-founder Cheryl. Together they have four children.
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Law of Success Meditation

In this special edition of Fresh Tracks we have a guided meditation on the Law of Success.

Do you expect Success in everything you do? Did you know that success is your birthright? The Law of Success is one of the 12 Universal Laws each of us uses as we manifest (whether we know it or not!).

If you are struggling to achieve success in any area of your life you are blocking your energy in some way. It’s usually unconscious and can be unblocked rather easily if you know how. In this special edition of Fresh Tracks we have a guided meditation for embodying the Law of Success.

You are made for progress and growth because it is the nature of human beings to grow and expand. Advancement in all things is your overall purpose in life, and knowing this is imperative your achieving it. Because you have to expect success to get it!

In this Fresh Tracks meditation we are embracing and embodying the Law of Success. Releasing blocks, listening to what our heart guides us to do, and helping others above all else are all aspects to the Law of Success. 

How different could your life look if you KNEW you were guaranteed to succeed?

Join me in our Law of Success Meditation and find out!

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How to Go On Despite the Appearance of Failure

In episode 70 of Fresh Tracks I speak with entrepreneur and author Rhett Power. Rhett shares his personal journey building a multi-million-dollar business and offers insights into how he continued on despite the appearance of repeated failure. Forced to analyze what was holding his company back, Rhett got the ‘big order’ of his life and quickly realized it would take more than a few quick fixes to transform his company into a success. Rhett shares how his positive relationships with his vendors and others is what helped him and his partner take their company to one of Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies two years in a row.

Rhett tells us how the struggle building a company defined who he is today and why he doesn’t go into a venture with a plan B. Part of his key to success is knowing and following his own tolerance level. For Rhett this meant knowing when to not give up and go back to the safe, secure corporate job he had and continue to work on his business. Finally, Rhett shares the importance of having a personal mission statement and what you may learn by creating your own.

Show Notes:

1:30 – Rhett’s journey building a 9-million-dollar company
6:20 – Rhett’s advice on how to know when to keep going or when to quit
8:55 – The role trusting yourself plays in making decisions
11:15 – How tenacity and relationships led to his BIG sale
14:00 – The day his company went from $80K a year to $9 million a year
16:20 – Relationships and their ability to make or break your growth
20:05 – One thing you can do to avoid floating through life
24:00 – What to put in place to make decisions in alignment with your values

About Rhett Power

Rhett Power is the author of THE ENTREPRENEUR’S BOOK OF ACTIONS and the Amazon bestseller One Million Frogs. He is also the co-founder of Wild Creations, an award-winning start-up toy company. He serves as a Columnist for Inc. Magazine and CNBC.com’s Make It series, where he shares advice on entrepreneurship, business, career growth and personal growth.

In addition to THE ENTREPRENEUR’S BOOK OF ACTIONS, Power is the author of Amazon bestseller ONE MILLION FROGS. Prior to founding Wild Creations, Power worked as an economic and small business development consultant for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), serving seven years in the former Soviet Republics of Central Asia. Prior to that, he was Director of National Service Programs for Habitat for Humanity, which included being Habitat’s chief liaison to The White House, Congress, and the Corporation for National Service.

A member of the United States Department of State’s International Speakers Program, Power travels the globe speaking about entrepreneurship, leadership, and management alongside the likes of Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann, AOL Founder Steve Case, and President Barack Obama. He has written for The Huffington Post, Time, and The Wall Street Journal and is a regular columnist for Inc., Success Magazine, and Business Insider.

www.RhettPower.com

Three Things You Need to Know About Yourself to Cut Fresh Tracks

In this special edition of Fresh Tracks, Kelly dives deep into both the physical and spiritual realities of creating Fresh Tracks. Kelly shares insights into both Universal Law and the human aspects of creating your life with intention, power and grace.

The journey creating Fresh Tracks starts with knowing what IS possible. Not just what you think you are capable of, but the essence of what each of us is born with. Are we truly capable of manifesting instantaneously? Without struggle or strife? Or is the pain part of the expansion process? What would manifesting look like if you could completely let go of all your crap?

A deep understanding of WHO you are and what you are made of allows each of us to embody the truth of what we are capable of accomplishing. In this episode we examine the nine basic traits each of us are innately born with and discuss why it’s imperative we not only understand but embrace these qualities fully in order to create our life with intention.

Why it’s important to know yourself, your quirky sabotaging habits, and the lens you view incidents from are all covered in this special episode of Fresh Tracks.

Finally, we discuss understanding the tools you have to work with – Universal Law. What are some common mistakes people make when working with Universal Law and how to overcome them. Finally, we dive into how to recognize why you are struggling to create your Fresh Tracks and what you can do about it.

About Kelly Robbins

Kelly Robbins, MA, an award winning author, business coach, and speaker is the author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks. Kelly also publishes The Edge, a free e-zine that provides Universal tips and guidance that ultimately helps you discover the confidence to cut fresh tracks in your life and business.

Over 17 years ago Kelly made the tough decision to quit her corporate J-O-B and to create her own Fresh Tracks by starting a business and working from home while raising her three daughters. Kelly Robbins Coaching is her fourth successful business and she now helps others create the same results in their lives.

Kelly believes that by living your divine purpose, approaching life as a fun adventure, and trusting your next step we can all achieve the goal of creating our own Fresh Tracks.

Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks, and the Clients on Purpose training program, Kelly helps others create the confidence to cut Fresh Tracks. Kelly proudly produces the Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins podcast.

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Understanding Universal Law with David Neagle

In episode 68 of Fresh Tracks I speak with author and business coach David Neagle in-depth about Universal Law and the role our beliefs play in our ability to cut Fresh Tracks. David shares that everything in the Universe is in a constant state of creation and a constant state of motion, it’s main intention is to bring more life to everything. In this week’s show we also discuss the two main obstacles people come up against when trying to create change and how not being aware of them can cause us to stop moving forward.

David share’s his insights into the role our beliefs play in manifesting our desires and how important it is to understand our beliefs beyond an intellectual understanding. David also shares the secret that differentiates his many clients that have achieved millionaire status from the rest. We wrap up the interview with David’s teaching on his favorite Universal Law.

Show Notes:
1:30 – What is Universal Law and why is it important?
6:10 – If you could remove all limitations, what would your life look like?
8:25 – The two instrumental things a person needs to know in order to succeed
11:45 – The common thread for the million-dollar business owners that David’s coached
14:10 – The number one thing that is detrimental to your success
19:30 – David teaches his J curve and how our ancestors beliefs still affect us
23:00 – What happens if you let fear take over during your growth period
26:10 – The role beliefs play in cutting Fresh Tracks

About David Neagle:
David Neagle is the bestselling author of The Millions Within and is known as one of the architects of the coaching and personal growth industry itself. He has worked alongside other well-known mentors like Bob Proctor, Marianne Morrisey, Tony Robbins and the like for decades.
He’s the guy you go to when you’ve tried every strategy, and you finally realize, it’s not your strategy that’s an issue, it’s what’s going on between your two ears that’s the issue.
Forever an avid student, David’s core mission is to bring expanded awareness & higher consciousness to as many people as possible, and to find greater ways of helping leaders make a bigger impact, so they can lead their greatest possible lives and serve the greatest number of people.
www.DavidNeagle.com

Greater Than Yourself: The Ultimate Lesson in True Leadership with Steve Farber

In episode 67 of Fresh Tracks I speak with leadership consultant, speaker, and best-selling author Steve Farber about what it means to be a true leader. His lofty plans to change the world one person at a time through his Greater Than Yourself project are shared, along with the understanding that the highest purpose of our work is the development of other people are all discussed on the show. Steve shares that our ability to shift from a “me” perspective to an “us” perspective changes everything ranging from people wanting to be around us to the respect we receive.

Running your life and your business knowing that we are all connected rather than feeling you are alone effects not only your results but how you feel as a person contributing to your company, society, and your family. Steve shares that life and business are not a win-lose, zero sum game. It’s the quality of the relationships we have that are important.

Our ability to create a culture of giving, to facilitate relationships and share knowledge, life lessons, connections and experience are invaluable gifts to share with others. Seeing our world and working with others from a place of giving rather than hording knowledge and information to control and have power over others are just a few of the skills that make you an extreme leader. Check out this week’s show and learn the Ultimate Lesson of True Leadership with Steve Farber!

Show Notes:

2:45 – How the greatest leaders become the greatest leaders and do extraordinary things
6:00 – Recognizing your ability to influence people to change the world for the better
9:10 – How to be the kind of leader that people want to be around
11:10 – What can you do to ensure everyone that does business with you will be elevated in their life or their business?
17:00 – Choosing your GTY project
19:40 – The Greater Than Yourself pillars
25:00 – Taking your personal inventory
31:00 – How do you show your clients and others that you love them?

About Steve
Steve Farber is founder of The Extreme Leadership Institute, an organization devoted to changing the world through the cultivation and development of extreme leaders in business, nonprofits, education, and beyond. Listed on Inc.’s ranking of the Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts in the world, and #1 on Huffington Post’s 12 Business Speakers to See, Farber is a bestselling author, popular keynote speaker, and a seasoned leadership coach and consultant who has worked with a vast array of public and private organizations in virtually every arena.

For more information, please visit www.SteveFarber.com.

The Fear and Anxiety Solution: A Breakthrough Process for Healing and Empowerment with Your Subconscious Mind

The Fear and Anxiety Solution

In episode 66 of Fresh Tracks I speak with Dr. Friedemann Schaub about strategies for overcoming fear and anxiety. His discoveries about fear and anxiety as a medical doctor, and his realization of the mind, body spirit connection, led him to the ground-breaking teachings he shares with us today. In this weeks show we discuss what can we learn from our fear and anxiety patterns and how that may impact our ability to cut Fresh Tracks. Dr. Schaub teaches us how to understand, direct and utilize the subconscious mind to create wholeness and health and work through our fear and anxiety rather than allowing it to run our lives.

Dr. Schaub helps us understand the root causes and deeper meanings of our fear and anxiety. Understanding this allows us to release the emotional blocks from our past, be our true selves, and ultimately more easily cut Fresh Tracks in our lives. Tips for giving our fear and anxiety a name and recognizing where it comes from can help us break up unsupportive patterns in our life. Dr. Schaub also shares that addressing fear and anxiety at its roots has a huge benefit because it allows you to more deeply tap into your true self and realize your true potential.

Show Notes:
3:00 – Friedemann’s journey from molecular biologist and MD to studying the subconscious mind
6:45 – Why fear and anxiety are our friend and how to view them as positive
9:00 – Using fear and anxiety to understand yourself
11:00 – Tips for understanding where your anxiety is coming from
13:50 – 3 steps to upgrading your subconscious operating system
17:10 – Resolving the inner conflict within
24:30 – Why we don’t need to override our anxiety every time
27:10 – Creating your Fresh Tracks as a gentle step rather than a giant leap
29:00 – Feeling alive vs numb

About Dr. Friedemann Schaub

Friedemann Schaub MD, PhD received his medical degree from the University of Munich and pursued a career in cardiology at the Munich University Hospital before moving to Seattle where he received a doctorate in molecular-biology from the University of Washington. His research has been published and featured in national and international medical and science journals.

During more than twenty-years in the medical field, Dr. Schaub became increasingly fascinated by the powerful influence of our thoughts, emotions, and beliefs on health and disease. He recognized that our abundant self-healing abilities can only function effectively when mind, body, and spirit are in alignment, and that the mind-body-spirit connection – in particular the subconscious mind – holds the keys to accelerated healing, well-being, and success.

Based on this wealth of knowledge and experience, Dr. Schaub created a personal breakthrough and empowerment program specifically designed to eliminate emotional and mental blocks and limitations that prevent us from fully activating our potential to heal, change and succeed. He has helped thousands of people all over the world overcome fear and anxiety to lead confident, authentic and successful lives. Dr. Friedemann Schaub is the author of the award-winning book “The Fear and Anxiety Solution.”

Website: http://thefearandanxietysolution.com

 

Living Large – The Achiever’s Guide to What’s Next

In episode 65 of the Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins podcast I speak with Elizabeth Crook about how to live a large life. Our discussion starts with the importance of creating your personal trail map (chapter 2 in my book Trust Your Next Step). In our interview Elizabeth tell us that recognizing themes and patterns in our life so we can determine who we are and who we have been helps us know what serves us moving forward. There is a celebratory feeling of affirmation when people use their greatest gifts and talents to do work that energizes them and makes an impact. The Living Large training Elizabeth shares teaches us to live on purpose and in purpose.

Discover insights into making decisions about careers, goals, and the future with your whole self, including your history, talents, characteristics, and the roles you play. When we interact with the world using only one or a few parts of ourselves, we can begin to feel small, says Elizabeth. It’s difficult to cut Fresh Tracks when you are feeling small! After listening in on this week’s show you will begin to live with your whole self and uncover how to make a larger impact on the world.

Show Notes:
4:30 – Why it’s important to know where you’ve been to get where you want to go
8:30 – Looking at your past retrospectively. Which characteristics am I overusing?
13:40 – Navigating turning points in our life
19:20 – What it means to Live Large
20:30 – The triple J – Jury, Judge and Jailor
25:30 – Collecting evidence to prove your truth
28:00 – How to get started

About Elizabeth Crook
As the CEO of Orchard Advisors for the past twenty-plus years, Elizabeth Crook has helped CEOs and entrepreneurs think and act strategically to grow their companies and find greater personal satisfaction. She has shown countless individuals of all generations how to invent and reinvent themselves. Crook knows how to inspire people to gain a fresh sense of what they can accomplish in their lives, think about themselves with compassion, develop a sense of humor about their challenges, and ultimately take action.

Elizabeth holds a BA from Vanderbilt University and an MS from Tennessee State University. She lives on Music Row in Nashville
www.ElizabethbCrook.com

 

The Enneagram as a tool for Getting to Know Yourself

In episode 64 of Fresh Tracks I speak with Beatrice Chestnut of The Chestnut Group about the Enneagram. The Enneagram is an ancient tool that shows where your focus of attention goes. When used correctly, the Enneagram can be used to get to know yourself, allowing you to create Fresh Tracks from a place of strength. Beatrice shares that understanding the habitual patterns of your personality and where your attention goes can be essential to your personal growth and development. Your focus of attention is often a coping strategy and understanding where it goes, as well as what you avoid focusing on, will help you become a better leader of yourself.

Getting to know aspects of yourself that you can’t see is important to understanding where you are now in life. Can you identify what have you been doing that works and what have you been doing that isn’t working? The Enneagram helps in identifying what motivates you and highlights your blind spots. It can also assist in identifying tools you might add to your toolkit to more easily accomplish your goals.

Show Notes:

3:40 – What is the Enneagram and why is it a powerful tool?
7:30 – How to use the Enneagram to understand what gets between you and a better life.
10:20 –Identify unsupportive patterns so you can determine what strategies to add to your toolkit to grow.
16:30 – Understand the role emotional intelligence plays in achieving success (EQ).
22:00 – Examples of how the Enneagram can help you work through obstacles.
27:00 – What it means to be a leader and how we get stuck in unsupportive habits because we don’t recognize what’s blocking us.

Beatrice Chestnut, PhD MA is a licensed psychotherapist, coach, and business consultant based in San Francisco. She has a PhD in communication studies and an MA in clinical psychology and is founder of The Chestnut Group, which offers coaching, leadership development training, and team development services to empower change through the use of the Enneagram. A student of the Enneagram system since 1990, she is author of the books, The Complete Enneagram: 27 Paths to Greater Self-Knowledge, and The 9 Types of Leadership: Mastering the Art of People in the 21st century Workplace. She was President of the International Enneagram Association (IEA) from 2006-2007 and offers trainings on the Enneagram internationally, focusing on using it as a tool for personal transformation.

Web site: www.beatricechestnut.com