Favorite quotes of all time
We love starting off with a quote in every episode, and we’ll share which quotes have been our favorite. One of our favorite quotes thus far is “If you can dream it, you can do it.” by Walt Disney. Similar to this quote we’ve also liked “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.” by Napoleon Hill. These quotes in particular helps motivate a lot of people achieve things they want in life. For example, if you go to the ocean and you see rich people with yachts, you’ll be that guy that says “If that guy can have a yacht, then I can have a yacht.” Here are some more quotes we love and it is “You’re the average of five people you associate yourself with.” and “If you’re not growing, you’re dying.”
This next quote is “A person does not decide their future, a person decides their habits and their habits decide their future.” by FM Alexander. This quote in particular resonated with Bob. Bob was fat, alcoholic, and a drug lover. But changing his habits such as saving money every day or putting consistent effort on his diet and work, changed the way his future is unfolding.
Favorite quotes from our guests
Jason Selk gave us three quotes which were, “Self-image is determined by how we talk to ourselves about ourselves”, “Most people’s self-image is far below where it should be”, and “Most people are talking to themselves about themselves negatively.” These quotes have had an impact in how we view ourselves, and we often stopped talking negatively when we make mistakes in sports. We played differently, if not better, because of those quotes that stuck with us.
Favorite moments in Brofessional Development Podcast
Our favorite moments when having guests such as Andy Frisella, Bedros, and Jason Selk, were they looked as differently after the episode. At the beginning, we could tell that each person would think of the podcast as another boring interview. However, after the episode is done, they would genuinely look at us and say that we did a really good job. We think their thoughts have been rewarding and made us feel really good and that our time is worth something.
Another moment was in the Colorado trip where it has been a personal professional development experience. With all the masterminds that we’ve done and seeing that if not for us, making these and having conversations with people, then we they wouldn’t have made a move in their life. Tommy Holmes was in our last mastermind and his goal was to get more clients. Everybody suggested royalties and there was this whole debate about it. Three weeks later, we received a text that he signed a new deal that they were going to try it and offer some type of royalties for each sale of the course they’re doing. With that he found success and was thankful, and for us it was also rewarding.
The podcast gave us more awareness to what we do. When we started a book club, nobody showed up for that event. Over time, we started the podcast and all of a sudden there are 25 to 40 people signing up for the events. That’s very rewarding for us because the people are putting themselves in a vulnerable position in front of people they don’t know. However, they know that everyone is like minded and they are somehow going to help them and see better results.
Worst moments since we started the podcast
There are times where we would have disagreements and that was some of the worst moments. This is because when starting the podcast, not all of us have the same mindset to make it work. Some of us were disengaged while others would put a lot of effort to make the podcast have value. Although we had some of these challenges, it improved our friendship and helped each other level up with our personal development.
What we’re looking forward to in the next 100 episodes
The next 100 episodes, the focus for some of us would be the masterminds because those gets more value to grow our business. If we can scale off our masterminds, then we can get to help more people grow and connect. For the podcast, we look forward to having more guests to inspire our audience to grow their business as well as their personal development.