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137: How Texting Is Killing Your Friendships

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The idea of this episode was based on a conversation that Rohit had with his long-time friend, Tananda Richarson.

The way we communicate says a lot about who we are and what we think of those we are communicating with. Our emails, text messages, and phone calls are used to communicate for work, information gathering, and sharing with our friends and family. The invention of the smartphone made communications quick and simple in a device that we can hold in the palm of our hands and carry everywhere we go.

Slowly our communications have evolved to be more text-based and less direct voice communications. We say it is all for convenience but is it really? When you reach out to your family in a text, are you trying to avoid a conversation? Texts are great for quick updates, but are we texting out full conversations? Why? It is convenient for us because we can communicate on our terms. We can respond when we feel like it or we can ignore messages if we choose. What we end up doing is avoiding commitment to a real conversation.

Ever have a friend text you, and then not answer the phone when you call them right back a minute later? It annoys us because we know they wanted to talk to us, but it feels now that we aren’t important enough to talk to directly. That may not always be true, but that is the reason many of us have fallen into the trap of communicating solely by text. If we really are trying to maintain or build a strong relationship, our communication needs to also be strong. Text is great for quick updates but fails to express emotion or convey meaning. Often our texts can get misconstrued causing confusion or hurt feelings because they feel impersonal. Our voices can express more than words on a screen ever could.

Personally, I prefer to communicate through phone calls with my friends. It builds a deeper connection with that person and provides a better understanding between us. Another benefit is it doesn’t keep me on hold all day for a reply. I could be holding up my schedule for a reply from someone replying via text. A phone call can get an entire conversation out in minutes where a text conversation could take all day to complete based on the feelings of the person on each side of the conversation.

Take the time to reach out and talk to someone. Don’t take the cheap way out of a conversation commitment by texting. If you truly care about someone, call them and speak with them. You will find a better appreciation of your friendships and relationships in doing so.

Text is great for many reasons, but my favorite reason is that I can confirm events dates and times. I also like to send my friends GIFS and pictures throughout the day without having to engage in a whole conversation. I can let Josh know I’m thinking about him, or cheer my mom up with a 15-second text. 

I dislike the way you can easily interpret the conversation with different tones which can cause issues, and I also believe if it’s someone you don’t see often it is impersonal to only keep in touch via text. 

I love talking on the phone. I enjoy their company in a full conversation. I enjoy the sound of my grandma fussing in the kitchen and the sound of her voice.

I hate being on the phone. My one year old tries to hang it up, my three year old wants to take it and say hi to whoever I’m speaking to, and both of them immediately need my attention when I get a phone call. If I need to have a phone conversation I do it over Bluetooth in my car. Both kids are strapped down in their car seats, I don’t have to hold my phone, and it fits into my schedule so I can give more undivided attention. Is it distracted driving? No more so than having the two crazy kids in my car 🤣

Katey Matthews

Definitely depends on what you’re trying to accomplish. Each medium has its advantages and disadvantages for your goals of communicating.

Andy Weber

I prefer text. I think this stems from being an introvert. It allows me to have time to process and form an answer without being put on the spot. That being said phone calls are important for things that tone may get miscommunicated over text, or there is just way too much to cover over text.

Jessica Normann

I prefer text for 80% of my communications. 

Most of the time, the people most frequently contact it’s a single question or setting up a quick plan. It doesn’t require an immediate answer and I don’t feel like the formalities of a phone call. 

If it is an emergency or the plan or question has become more complicated I will just call because it is easier/faster to just talk it through.

Anna Birdseye

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136: Start… Stop… Continue…

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As the year comes to a close, we need to look back on our goals and our promises. Were there actions I could have taken to reach my goals? Are there things I can continue doing that are moving me towards my end goal? What am I doing that I need to stop in order to reach my goals? These are the questions that we can ask ourselves to put our lives on the right track.

We all set goals at the beginning of the year to do “X.” However, most resolutions, goals, or promises are broken before the end of January. Many of us don’t even remember our goals at the end of the year. Whether the goal was to lose weight, save money, get a new job, visit family more, or anything else, we tend to procrastinate to the point where we see the holidays and say to ourselves, “Well, I just don’t have time to do this now,” and we push our goals or promises aside.

Some things we can do to help us hold the focus are to write down our goals and promises on a calendar and post it somewhere we are going to see them daily. Then we need to have a way to hold ourselves accountable. Take a moment to look at your goals and review your progress. Write down the questions above and answer them as they relate to your goals. As you analyze your actions you will be able to make little course corrections throughout the year and you will begin to see steady progress in your goals. We can celebrate the successes, make changes where efforts might not be providing the successes we want to see, and see where we might need to start new activities to improve our success rates. Doing this will help you get your sh*t together and be the best “you” possible.

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135: I Don’t Believe In Your Comfort Zones!

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Our comfort zones are places we retreat to-often never venturing out of-when we feel vulnerable, challenged, or just plain uncomfortable. We tend to stay in a zone where we are confident in the outcome and our own strengths. They are places where doubt rarely slips in. It limits our progression and prevents growth.

We will do anything to avoid activities that are outside our comfort zones. One example we discussed was public speaking. Some people are deathly afraid of public speaking. Fear keeps them from even attempting it. In school, I loved being loud and obnoxious in class…until the teacher called me to the front of the class and made me repeat what I had said publicly to everyone. Everyone had already heard me say it once already, but the moment I was made to stand in front of the class, everything changed. I grew timid, and uncomfortable. I was afraid of speaking in font of everyone when all the attention was on me. It was a simple thing that I had already done to get attention, but the moment I had full attention and the fear of judgement became real to me, I froze.

We all have something that is outside our comfort zone. We should constantly act to expand our comfort zones. It helps us grow and develop skills that we otherwise wouldn’t have thought possible. I never would have thought public speaking was something I could do. Now I have been a teacher at University level and teach people every day how to sell in business. Being in front of small to large groups is common for me now and I look back on my comfort zone then and see that I have made huge strides. Growth is not always noticeable at first. It may be gradual and even seem like not very much progress has been made, but if we look back over the years, we will see just how far we have come.

Don’t let fear keep you from becoming the best “You” possible. Try new things, meet new people, and grow your skill set. Continue to expand your comfort zones.

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134: Finish Your Year Strong

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Every year, we make commitments and resolutions for New Years. It seems though, when the holiday season comes around, we tend to push our goals aside. We allow ourselves, throughout the year to get behind and relax on goals we have set for ourselves. Whether our goal was to lose weight, go on vacation, save money, or anything else we set for ourselves to complete, we seem to procrastinate throughout the year and find ourselves with only 2-3 months left at the end of the year. Then we tell ourselves that we can’t possibly get these things done during the busy holidays and we let them slip even further out or let them go completely.

We want to get our shit together, but we break our own promises to ourselves. Why aren’t we being more responsible to ourselves?  We deserve the best in life, but that also means we deserve the best of our own efforts towards our goals. If your goal is to lose weight, it only gets harder to lose it with all the great food during the holidays. If your goal is to save money, it gets harder with the giving we want to do during the holidays.

If you know that your time is limited, and you want to take full advantages of the holidays, knuckle down. You make time for what is important to you. Make your goals and promises a priority because that is a testament of your character. Get a calendar and keep track of everything. A calendar can help you put a timeline to your goal and help you hold yourself accountable.

Take a moment to look at your goals. Have you accomplished them this year? If not, was it due to procrastination?  Look deep within yourself and hold yourself accountable. You still have time this year to make progress on your goals. Identify the obstacles in your path and make sure you focus on the result you want. Don’t let procrastination keep you from finishing your year out strong.

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133: Stepping Into Your Ideal Self

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When Rohit works with clients who are wanting to challenge their lives and become the best version of themselves that they can be, he often begins by asking them a simple question: What are the traits you feel a successful person would have? Once they come up with this list, it’s easy to find instances in their own lives where they have lived those traits. So if they have done it before, why can’t they do it again?

For example, let’s take public speaking. This is a quality that most people would want in their lives, but get nervous and talk themselves out of it. What are the traits that a person who is a successful speaker would have? Let’s say confidence, courage, and knowledgeable. Well, can you think of instances in your life when you have felt one of these traits? The answer is always yes, so why can’t you just step into those traits now?

It’s easy to talk ourselves out of doing the things that challenge us, but that is also how we become complacent and stop growing. Which version of you do you really want to be?

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132: Hidden Reasons You Procrastinate

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The greatest obstacle that we all face is procrastination. It’s a terrible habit we all admit to having, yet so few of us will take any action to alleviate this destroyer of productivity and lives. We touch on procrastination at its heart in the episode Sitting on Nails, where we understand that this negative behavior hurts us, but it doesn’t hurt us enough to take any action. Think of your job. Chances are when you first got there you were so excited to be a part of the vision of the overall company. Then day by day, week by week, month by month, and for many, year by year, you come to have resentment for that place. Just the thought of walking into the building fills you with negative emotions. Why is that though?

The truth is we are far less likely to procrastinate at work because there are several layers of accountability. But in your personal life, you don’t have the accountability, leading to very little encouragement. We also can’t hold ourselves accountable because we break promises with ourselves all the time, without serious consequences. How many of us set New Year’s Resolutions and then break them without a second thought? So we can’t even trust ourselves to hold us accountable.

The problem then lies in recognition. Why do we procrastinate, how are we doing it, and what are the hidden reasons we do it. Those are all explored in this episode, of the GYSTPodcast.

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131: Alleviate Stress With One Simple Question

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Ask 10 random people if they have some stress in their life, and all 10 will say yes. Stress Management is such a powerful topic out there, and one that we all try to find solutions for. In this episode we help you alleviate your stress by asking yourself one simple question…

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130: Your Own Magical Movie Moment

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We’ve mentioned several times over the podcast that it’s difficult for us to see our own magic such as talents, skills, and key characteristics. We downplay these things and pass them off as “no big deal”, even though we have dedicated hour upon hour to crafting our skills and abilities.

If our life was a movie, what would be the key defining moment? A moment where you step into a new you, redefining yourself as the main character in your own life? Finding such a moment can be difficult, but so important to developing your confidence moving forward.

One of the first things that you can do is what is called the Victory Pose. You know, the way Superman stands with his hands on his hips, chest out, big smile on his face. Or maybe you have your hands up like you just won a marathon race. Both of these poses are scientifically shown to increase the positive chemicals in your brain and trigger feelings of happiness.

Once you have done that, reflect on your life. What moment would you choose to be your movie moment? What did you have to overcome to get past your comfort zone? Thinking about these things will help propel you to a life greater than you are leading today, and then the next day, and so on 😊

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129: Growing Through Your Painful Past

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Quick quiz for you:

  1. Are you happy with the status of your current bank account?
  2. Are you happy with the results of your current health?

If both of those answers are no, which I’m sure is 100% of you, you need to take different steps, change your beliefs, and then take action.

This can very quickly lead to a situation where you feel overwhelmed. For many, even answering those two questions honestly can be overwhelming. So we think we only need to change our actions and it will get us different results. However, if your thinking doesn’t change, you will be back to the way that you are. Did you know that the majority of lottery winners are back to the same amount of money that they had before they won within just a couple of years? It’s because they didn’t change their thinking.

If you have created your life around only $80k a year, and then you get $2m a year, that’s so far outside of your comfort zone that you will go back to repeating the same programs that got you to $80k a year.

In this episode, we take a look at why that is, and how all it really takes is 20 minutes a day to make a dramatic improvement in your life. It’s easier than you think it is. What do you have to lose, isn’t 20 minutes worth the life without the frustrations your currently experiencing?

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128: Take Back Your Life In Just 20 Minutes

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Quick quiz for you:

  1. Are you happy with the status of your current bank account?
  2. Are you happy with the results of your current health?

If both of those answers are no, which I’m sure is 100% of you, you need to take different steps, change your beliefs, and then take action.

This can very quickly lead to a situation where you feel overwhelmed. For many, even answering those two questions honestly can be overwhelming. So we think we only need to change our actions and it will get us different results. However, if your thinking doesn’t change, you will be back to the way that you are. Did you know that the majority of lottery winners are back to the same amount of money that they had before they won within just a couple of years? It’s because they didn’t change their thinking.

If you have created your life around only $80k a year, and then you get $2m a year, that’s so far outside of your comfort zone that you will go back to repeating the same programs that got you to $80k a year.

In this episode, we take a look at why that is, and how all it really takes is 20 minutes a day to make a dramatic improvement in your life. It’s easier than you think it is. What do you have to lose, isn’t 20 minutes worth the life without the frustrations your currently experiencing?

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127: Negative Self Talk vs Positive Affirmations

127: Negative Self-Talk vs Positive Affirmations

by Glen Rux, Kyle Reed, and Rohit Rohila

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We can be our own worst enemies. Negative Self-Talk can be a very powerful destructive force or a driver. The difference comes with the balance of Positive Affirmations, and in this episode, we explore just that.

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126: 5 Minute Life Hacks With Huge Impacts

126: 5 Minute Life Hacks With Huge Impacts

by Glen Rux, Kyle Reed, and Rohit Rohila

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When it comes to personal development, we all feel that we need to make bold declarations, but that is not always the case. We think that it takes a great deal of time, energy, frustration, and change.  That we need these in-depth moments of self-reflection to really change the tide of our lives.

This perspective can quickly overwhelm anyone, especially those who are just starting their journey of personal growth. For those, we have a solution. Glen, Kyle, and Rohit took a look at what are some ways to achieve faster results when you don’t have much time. Here we share our top tips and strategies that we implement in our own lives.

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125: How To Take Control Of Your Expectations

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Expectations can be very misleading and it can cause a shit ton of problems if not handled correctly. We all know it, we all do it, we all have certain expectations of something or someone that we have set by ourselves and get pissed when it’s not met. It could be as simple as meeting someone for coffee or time or as big as an unspoken expectation of not cheating on your spouse. It starts with ourselves which is what Kyle and Rohit will dig deep into today’s episode.

Definition of expectation is “a belief that someone will or should achieve something”. There are 3 keywords in there that lead us to disappointment – Belief, Will, and Should. All 3 words leading to what we expect from others without sharing what we actually want. In reality, we are the ones who set a baseline for an expectation. We are the ones who set a baseline for a certain belief and then get mad or disappointed when that belief isn’t met. Why? Why do we this? Here’s a question – Have you ever told the other person of your expectation? Why do we assume that the other person is a mind reader and will know what you want?

Kyle and Rohit explored if we don’t set our expectations with others then we are setting ourselves up for failure and others for disappointment. Expectations have been shown and shifted based on what I have provided and what I feel and you have to modify them to achieve your goal or your expectation. So what can we do get your SHIT together? Really, there are only 2 things. One, you can keep continuing to do what you do now; not be clear on your expectations and be annoyed when it isn’t met OR Two, shift your expectations. As mentioned, expectations are a set of baseline created by ourselves and society has taught us to associate expectation with negativity, but it doesn’t have to be! People are trying to make a difference for themselves or their loved ones and need to shift their mindsets. However, to truly realize what your expectations are from certain people in your mind, you have to regularly do the Circle of Influence exercise. If you have paid attention to any of our past episodes, you know how HUGE Circle of Influence can be on your life and that we should routinely do this exercise to make certain we are aligning the right people in our lives. It’s essentially a virtual review of the baseline that YOU have set up. Review what you want from life and from the people you know; shift those priorities and you will see some drastic positive results that you had never thought of before.

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124: How Simple Decisions Become Habits

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Oh man, I am so stoked for this episode! Right about a year ago Rohit introduced this ideology to me and I found it freaking amazing! It’s not something new that I have heard of. You might have heard this too, but when I really understood what it takes and the results, I was just baffled away by it.

Habit term often has a negative tone to it and it can be, but it really depends on how your subconscious mind lets it go. What is a habit? It’s a repetitive action that we do without realizing that we are even doing it. It’s a repetition that is embedded in our brains to function without putting any thought to it. It’s when we make subconscious It could be as simple as biting your nails or being addicted to meth, but if it’s something that you want to change, you can do it by just changing few everyday decisions.

When I realized that I started applying to my own personal life and the changes have been nothing but positive for me. For example, I always wanted to get up early in the morning and get a head start and I could never wake up earlier than what I usually do. I can’t blame myself – I love to sleep and I have been used to sleeping till this certain time every day for past 10+ years. I have a habit of waking up at a certain time so what did I do? I started setting my alarm for earlier in the morning by 10 mins. The first week it was 10 mins early, then 20, and now 30 mins. It’s not a drastic change all of a sudden, but now I have made a habit of waking up an hour earlier. An HOUR! If you haven’t heard our other episodes, then we have continuously expressed how 24 hours is not enough in our lives if we want to reach our goals in life. It’s not enough to do everything that we want in our life, so now this 1 hour a day becomes 7 extra working hours per week toward your goals.

Makes sense, right? Really, it’s not rocket science to GYST. Changes will start within you. If you are not happy, then why are you not happy? Is it because of something that happened years ago and now you just follow blindly? Find those changes, make simple adjustments and see the improvement.

123: Secrets to Determining Wants vs. Needs

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Ever since we are little kids we have always known to be wanting things…well just because we can. Since we are born we have always wanted things and if we don’t get it we will throw a fit in hopes that we will get it, but hopefully as we grow older we have a lot more control over our urges. However, as we get older we get the freedom of being able to get anything in life that we want and we start forgetting the difference between WANT and NEED. In today’s episode, Kyle and Glenn talk about the difference between “want” and “need” and in reality this is something that we deal with every single day of our lives, but why is that? Why do we get confused so easily between two?  

Since we were born, we have always wanted things because it made us feel good, but we hardly think of things that we actually need. How many times as a child have you cried because you WANTED the new Lego set, but your parents said no cause you didn’t need them? Kyle and Glenn explored that as a kid when we don’t get things, we take that buy shit ton of other things just so we can fill the void of not receiving gifts as a child. A perfect example that Kyle shared was that he has rooms filled with shoes….SHOES! WTF?? I will never understand that BUT Kyle filled that void by purchasing shit ton of shoes since he wasn’t able to have them as a child. The real question comes whether he wants it or needs it?  

Finances is one thing, but the same rule can apply to other areas of our lives. The key is to realize what the difference is and how you can see it. Why are you always going for wants and not needs? You want a Gucci purse, but do you really need it? What value are you getting from purchasing these? Do you think you would gain more value by donating your old purses or by purchasing new $1000 purse? Does it meet your value? If not, then should you keep going after or change your wants to meet the needs? 

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122: Spending Money Irresponsibly

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Today’s episode is definitely something that we can all relate to because it’s an everyday essential and an important one because if you are not on top of your shit you can literally end up broke!

It’s not your fault, we as humans are HORRIBLE at managing things and let alone something as important as cash that literally drives our day to day activities. Just like anything else in life, we are not born with it but we have to get better at spending money responsibly. There are tons and tons of people out there who say “I wish I had money to do…”, “Sorry, I can’t eat out for lunch (or get coffee, or get beers or w/e) because I don’t get paid for another 3 days” and these are the same people who will repeatedly say this every month. Why? If you know you have set expenses and set income, then why not take extra time and plan logically and spend responsibly?

We can blame as much as we want on other forces in life, but in reality, it starts from within ourselves. We have to look at our spending and see what are we spending on and why are spending on these things. Why are we spending on these materials? Was it because as a child you couldn’t own it? Or is it because you are showing off to your friends so they will like you more? You think you are fancy and rich by spending money on your car and big houses. Take away all the two face friends, take away money, what do you have now? Are you happy in life? Is this what you wanted? If so, then great! If not, then are you sure you want to follow the same path?

Now, I am not the best at saving money nor we are a financial group. As mentioned before, it doesn’t take more than a change of mindset to start seeing changes. Thinking logically when you make your next leisure purchase. Is it a nice to have or a necessity to live? Wait one month before purchasing big and revisit, do you still want it? Save $1 every day and increase it by every day. Start doing little changes now that doesn’t seem like a big change, but in future, it will be something that you will never regret.

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121: Living Your Life Intentionally

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BONUS EXERCISE FROM ROHIT’S ADVANCED SEMINAR IN THIS EPISODE: https://www.eventbrite.com

As I was dropping off some kids in the pool on company’s time and scrolling through Facebook feed (Oh don’t judge me you know you are doing the same shit at work!) I came across this picture of myself and my ex on a vacation from 10 years ago. Man did that bring back memories, but as I was reminiscing through my head, I realized where I was in my life then and where I am at now. It genuinely shocked me as to how long has it been and how much has changed but moreover the journey I have taken to get here. It feels like a blink of an eye, but my life has changed dramatically since that moment was captured in that camera.

Over the years, I have made a ton of goals and decisions – some were made by me being stupid and stumbling upon life while others I made a judgment call on. I might have taken action, but either way, these decisions have had a positive and negative impact on my life and helped me find a path toward my purpose in life. I would say finding a purpose is a whole another topic and it’s something that I am still trying to find, but at least this has guided me to find out what I don’t need in my life. I might not have the purpose yet, but I do know my intentions. The intentions which lead to my decisions which leads to actions in my life.

However, the real question I should be asking myself or we should be asking ourselves is am I in control and does my intentions, whether short term or long term, falls parallel to the outcomes of my life or am I letting my life go by and filled with useless activities? If the current stage or upcoming future is aligning with your intention, then great! If not, then let’s really take a look and see how we can change. If you are having trouble figuring out where you are and where you should be, then take inventory of your decisions. Are these affecting you positively or negatively? I am not talking about what kind of ice cream to pick up for dessert tonight. I am talking about the decision that keeps you awake at night. Decisions that you have regretted in past. Decisions that is impacting you currently and will in future. Decisions that truly only you know because these decisions might be hidden for other people, but deep inside you know why chose that.

Truth is you can’t change the past, but only your future. Find these mistakes, learn from it, and adjust your intentions. Take charge of your life and make educated long-term decisions (even if it’s in small stages) that will bring you happiness in your life and self-realize about many aspects of your life. If your vision is parallel to your life, then you are living an intentional life and you have a clear idea of the path you have been on and the path that will lead you to the end of the tunnel.

So, GET YOUR SH*T TOGETHER, stop acting like a victim, take charge and be happy!

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120: Being Accountable To Yourself

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Today’s episode is a true calling for self-reflection as Glen Rux and Rohit Rohila share about their thoughts on being accountable and what it does to us when we are not pushing and holding ourselves accountable.

Accountability can come in many ways and areas of life – relationships, work, pets, driving, you name it. Your actions toward something and what comes out of it – you have to take responsibility for it. Everything that happens to you and around you will have to do directly or indirectly with you, so why not cut the bull shit and start owning up? In today’s world, we are always looking for an escape. We will always try to blame and find excuses from external resources, but we will never look within ourselves and own up to the results of our actions. What most people fail to realize is that accountability might sound negative, but it can be viewed as positive if you believe in it. If you actually hold yourself accountable for an action, then it will prepare you better for the next project. This is something that we are not born with, but have to learn. This is a must skill that we need to get better at because directly or indirectly it has been affecting your whole life.

Let’s take a look at where you are in your life; whether you are in Ivy League College, working on Wall Street, or a janitor at a local middle school – you are here because of your choices and your success. How much of that would you say is because of your actions and accountability from it vs the Universe just landing with fruits on your lap? I will bet you that most of your success is based on your actions which we are driven by having focus and mindset which in the end is being reflected by the level of accountability you hold YOURSELF for achieving or not achieving that task. If you set your mind on something and make it your belief to finish that, then you will do that without a problem and with the best results.

To sum up, accountability is something that you need to learn in order to GYST. Improve yourself in these 3 areas (Self-Motivation, Responsibility, and Personal Accountability) and your success might surprise you!

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