Personal Growth

Feel Alive - How to Get Charged with Brendon Burchard

August 21, 2012

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Do you ever wonder why some people approach life with total vibrancy, energy and enthusiasm and others seem tired, stressed out and struggling?

If you’ve ever found yourself in the latter category, as we all have, the key is not to beat yourself up, but rather to recognize that it’s in your power to get back on track.

This is one of the greatest gifts we have as human beings: the ability to consciously shift and shape how we feel, how we act and ultimately, the results and fulfillment we get to experience in this awesome adventure called life.

Since I was 17 years old, I’ve been an avid student of human potential. I’ve spent the better part of my life learning about tools, strategies and ideas that can help us maximize who we are, what we can accomplish and what we get to enjoy.

That’s why I’m excited to share with you some ideas and philosophies from my friend and fellow author Brendon Burchard, author of the NY Times bestselling book The Charge.

In this interview, Brendon and I talk about simple keys that will help you feel alive and enthusiastic on a consistent basis.

You’ll also learn about the power of the brain to heal itself, the importance of having big ambition along with patience, plus an inspiring and useful metaphor about mountain climbing.  I think you’ll appreciate this metaphor if you’ve just made a big change and have that “starting from scratch” feeling.

Heads up: we had some technical difficulties during the interview with Brendon. Skype froze on my image (as you’ll see) but the audio was perfectly fine. So please enjoy the conversation – it’s a good one!

In the comments below, I’d love to hear from you! Specifically, how are you going to stretch and challenge yourself to make a big impact?

Remember, we want this challenge to be exciting and if it’s slightly scary too, that’s OK. Create an ambitious challenge for yourself, something you can really dig into with your heart and soul.

It may mean taking the project you’re working on to the next level, or it can be something brand new.

Whatever it is for you, please tell me about it the comments below.

I’d love to hear from you so that I can cheer you on and support you in feeling as alive and charged as possible.

As always, thank you for reading, watching and contributing!


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