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Latest Episode11/30/2020

Trust The Grind with Jeremy Bhandari

Ep. 131
Jeremy Bhandari, is the Author of Trust The Grind: How World-Class Athletes Got To The Top, an Amazon number 1 best-seller among teens and young adults in the fitness and exercise section. As a young person himself, he realized he had a passion for teaching and helping. He was working at Sports Center as an analyst, using all kinds of trivia and knowledge to create content for live shows, social media and other sort of engagements.Let’s dive into the episode and learn how Jeremy took his passion and knowledge for sports, and helped inspire other young aspiring athletesThings you will learn in this episode:[00:01 - 10:07] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Jeremy Bhandari, to the showJeremy talks about his backgroundWorking as a researcher and analyst for Sports CenterInspiration for his book[10:08 - 18:30] The TransitionJeremy talks about the shift in his mindsetQuantitative and Qualitative content in sportsTaking his knowledge and skills to help inspire othersJeremy talks about the grind and hardwork in every profession[18:31 - 37:46] Trust The Grind: Lessons from Successful AthletesThe 16 athletes who helped inspire and complete his bookJason KiddChipper JonesTerell OwensPaige VanZantManny PacquiaoMike ModanoJimmie JohnsonGary PlayerDeena KastorRyan ShecklerGeorges St-PierreRyan LochteDevin HesterAndruw JonesLuis GonzalesTim HudsonJeremy talks the themes and chapters of his bookHis biggest takeaway from the successful athletesHard work, Dedication, and FocusStepping out of your comfort zone[37:47 - 43:41] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?The Alchemist - Paulo CoelhoThink and Grow Rich - Napoleon HillIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Paul McCartneyWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:The importance of NutritionMorning routine; How do you start your day?Get up earlySame breakfast everydayList down my goals for the dayWorkoutWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Jeremy and meTweetable Quotes:“It’s really important to set long-term goals and have enough vision of who you are, and what you want to accomplish. But ultimately, if you’re not focused, if you’re not locked right in now, it’s going to be very hard to achieve the aims that you set out for.” - Jeremy Bhandari“Getting out of your comfort zone is so key, in order to grow.” - Jeremy Bhandari“As a writer, as someone who puts out content, it’s so important that the content and context you put in is beneficial for anyone and any walk of life.” - Jeremy BhandariResources mentioned in the episode:Sports CenterYou can connect with Jeremy on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Be sure to grab a copy of Jeremy’s book here.LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/30/2020

Trust The Grind with Jeremy Bhandari

Ep. 131
Jeremy Bhandari, is the Author of Trust The Grind: How World-Class Athletes Got To The Top, an Amazon number 1 best-seller among teens and young adults in the fitness and exercise section. As a young person himself, he realized he had a passion for teaching and helping. He was working at Sports Center as an analyst, using all kinds of trivia and knowledge to create content for live shows, social media and other sort of engagements.Let’s dive into the episode and learn how Jeremy took his passion and knowledge for sports, and helped inspire other young aspiring athletesThings you will learn in this episode:[00:01 - 10:07] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Jeremy Bhandari, to the showJeremy talks about his backgroundWorking as a researcher and analyst for Sports CenterInspiration for his book[10:08 - 18:30] The TransitionJeremy talks about the shift in his mindsetQuantitative and Qualitative content in sportsTaking his knowledge and skills to help inspire othersJeremy talks about the grind and hardwork in every profession[18:31 - 37:46] Trust The Grind: Lessons from Successful AthletesThe 16 athletes who helped inspire and complete his bookJason KiddChipper JonesTerell OwensPaige VanZantManny PacquiaoMike ModanoJimmie JohnsonGary PlayerDeena KastorRyan ShecklerGeorges St-PierreRyan LochteDevin HesterAndruw JonesLuis GonzalesTim HudsonJeremy talks the themes and chapters of his bookHis biggest takeaway from the successful athletesHard work, Dedication, and FocusStepping out of your comfort zone[37:47 - 43:41] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?The Alchemist - Paulo CoelhoThink and Grow Rich - Napoleon HillIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Paul McCartneyWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:The importance of NutritionMorning routine; How do you start your day?Get up earlySame breakfast everydayList down my goals for the dayWorkoutWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Jeremy and meTweetable Quotes:“It’s really important to set long-term goals and have enough vision of who you are, and what you want to accomplish. But ultimately, if you’re not focused, if you’re not locked right in now, it’s going to be very hard to achieve the aims that you set out for.” - Jeremy Bhandari“Getting out of your comfort zone is so key, in order to grow.” - Jeremy Bhandari“As a writer, as someone who puts out content, it’s so important that the content and context you put in is beneficial for anyone and any walk of life.” - Jeremy BhandariResources mentioned in the episode:Sports CenterYou can connect with Jeremy on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Be sure to grab a copy of Jeremy’s book here.LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/26/2020

Radical Responsibility with Fleet Maull

Ep. 130
Fleet Maull, PhD, CMT-P, is an author, meditation teacher, management consultant, trainer and executive coach who facilitates deep transformation for individuals and organizations through his philosophy and program of Radical Responsibility. He is a tireless and dedicated peacemaker and servant leader working for positive social transformation and a more just and sustainable global society.Let’s dive into the episode and learn all about Dr. Fleet Maull’s philosophy on Radical Responsibility.Things you will learn in this episode:[00:01 - 05:50] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Dr. Fleet Maull, to the showFleet sums up the idea of Radical Responsibility[05:51 - 29:02] Embracing Radical ResponsibilityResponding to circumstances that are out of our controlVoluntarily embrace each circumstance and respond accordinglyContinue to move forwardFleet talks about taking blame and responsibilityTaking ownership for the results and impact of our thoughts, attitudes, feelings, and behaviors.Radical mindset, Radical ownership and Mindfulness trainingFleet talks about basic mindfulness practicesFleet talks about conscious response to circumstances[29:03 - 37:31] Fleet’s moment of Embracing Radical ResponsibilityFleet talks about how he developed a Radical MindsetFleet recalls his time in PrisonHis son was his motivation to turn his life aroundKeeping a firm grip and a mindset to impact more lives around him[37:32 - 47:55] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?Shambala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior by Chogyam TrungpaIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Nelson MandelaWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:Model of radical responsibility and radical ownershipMorning routine; How do you start your day?Make my bedWorkout and Stretch for 30 minutesMeditate for 30 to 90 minutesHave breakfastWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Fleet and meTweetable Quotes:“Radical Responsibility is voluntarily embracing each circumstance we face in life.” - Dr. Fleet Maull“Mindset is Everything. If you want to get different results in your life and really grow and thrive, focus on the mindset first.” - Dr. Fleet Maull“We’re always faced with choices, and these choices are tough. Obviously we’re going to have feelings. Things are going to happen to us and we’re gonna feel victimized and that’s completely normal.” - Dr. Fleet MaullResources mentioned in the episode:AmazonNeuro-Somatic Mindfulness courseThe Best Year of Your Life Summit (January 19-28)Center for Mindfulness in Public Safety (Mindfulness for Police)Engaged Mindfulness Institute (trauma informed mindfulness teacher training)National Prison Hospice AssociationYou can connect with Fleet by visiting his website https://fleetmaull.com/. Grab a copy of his book at https://www.radicalresponsibilitybook.com/. Be sure to check out Prison Mindfulness at https://www.prisonmindfulness.org/LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/23/2020

Finding Success With A Strategic Mindset with Kris Levy

Ep. 129
Kris Levy is a US Army Veteran turned Wine Branding Coach who specializes in helping wine brands build relationships and communities to increase virtual direct to consumer sales.Let’s dive right into the episode and learn how Kris’ mindset helped him transition from the Army to the Entrepreneurial Coaching business.Things you will learn in this episode:[00:01 - 05:29] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Kris Levy, to the showKris talks about his background and his virtual Wine ClubServed 10 years in the military3 years into Entrepreneurship[05:30 - 19:33] Getting into the Wine businessKris talks about how he found the right product market and successThe role of Passion in BusinessTransition from the Military to EntrepreneurshipKris talks about figuring out the next chapter of your career[19:34 - 32:09] The Strategic MindsetKris shares his ideas about shifting of mindsetSetting the intention of your time; Focusing on what’s important at the momentSetting the attention to plan strategicallyDeveloping and cultivating a strategic mindsetEstablish a calm state of mind and attitude in every situationHave a system to organize your thoughtsReception and pivoting to new concepts and informationYou have to learn how to batch content, decisions and set your intentionsKris talks about the vision of the Wine Club[32:10 - 37:32] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?Good to Great by Jim CollinsIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Alexander The GreatWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:Paying more for a great bottle of wineMorning routine; How do you start your day?Always make my bedDo some Scripture, Prayer and MeditationDo something physical (Bike, Gym)What is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Kris and meTweetable Quotes:“Everything has an expiration. Not just your life, but the things you do in life have expirations.” - Kris Levy“You can’t place all of your worth, all of your fulfillment, all of your success into that one thing and then ride that thing for the rest of your life. You can look back at it and recognize the things that it gave you, and appreciate and be grateful for all the opportunities that you had. But there's a point that comes in where you wonder what is the next thing? What is the next mountain? And that way you can find that fulfillment and that happiness as much as you got from that last career and the next career and the next mountain that you’re climbing.” - Kris LevyResources mentioned in the episode:CalendlyYou can connect with Kris on Instagram or visit his website https://www.krislevy.co/LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/19/2020

Effort and Commitment with Chris Thomson

Ep. 128
Chris Thomson is the Co-owner and head coach of the Student Works Management Program which is a prestigious entrepreneurial training program for University students in Canada, that helps them develop necessary skills to become the leaders of tomorrow. For this episode, we talked about the importance of setting up your goals and schedule and committing to complete them.Let’s dive right into the episode and learn how Chris has achieved success by putting in effort and commitment to things we do.Things you will learn in this episode:[00:01 – 06:14] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Chris Thomson, to the showChris talks about his background and the Student Works Management Program is aboutThey recruit and train students and potential leaders how to run a net profit businessChris shares his ideals about practical application[06:15 - 14:44] Coaching and ManagingThe start of Chris’ journey to being a coach in the Entrepreneurial sceneThe basics and having the right mindset when creating and running a businessManaging and coaching different generations of learners and future leaders[14:45 - 20:38] The Evolution of the ProgramChris talks about the early days of the business and how they began the changesOvercoming the stigma that comes with a lack of experience for a new businessProve that you can do a great jobCommit to the program and the task at hand[20:39 - 30:55] The Essence of Time in BusinessThe essence of time when it comes to teaching and coachingPutting a lot of effort when it comes to achieving a goalBe committed to getting better everydayRecommendations to help people to focus and commit on their task and goalsSet a reminderWork on integrityWork on habitsChris talks about the importance of understanding and coaching your employeesFinding someone to pull you out of the mindset that holds you back[30:56 - 36:48] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?Fierce Conversations by Susan ScottIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Werner ErhardWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:The potential of the next generationsMorning routine; How do you start your day?MeditationWalk the dogWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Chris and meTweetable Quotes:“Just because I know something, I've read lots of books. It doesn't really mean anything unless I’m actually using it in the real world and creating results.” - Chris Thomson“There’s only two things in life that matter in life. First, set up a schedule and do it. Check how well you’re doing it.” - Chris ThomsonResources mentioned in the episode:Student Works Management ProgramThe Weekly Coaching ConversationYou can connect with Chris by following him on LinkedIn or visit their website https://studentworks.com/ . Also, check out his podcast here.LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/16/2020

The Disruptive Successor with Jonathan Goldhill

Ep. 127
For this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with the Founder of the GoldHill Group, Jonathan Goldhill. Jonathan is an adviser, coach, consultant, trainer, facilitator and business therapist with 30 years of experience in his craft. He has been guiding closely-held and family owned businesses since 1987. He has owned/managed several businesses that grew into multimillion-dollar companies, including VEDC in Los Angeles, which grew from a fledgling org. Into the largest business economic development firm in the region.Let’s dive right in to Jonathan’ story and learn what it takes to be a Disruptive SuccessorThings you will learn in this episode:[00:01 – 05:28] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Jonathan Goldhill, to the showJonathan talks about his background and what he’s currently working on[05:29 - 11:10] The Disruptive SuccessorJonathan’s view on the Disruptive leaders and successorsThe Dynamics of a Family business[11:11 - 20:40] Becoming a coach and consultant in the Family-owned business sectorJonathan talks about his experience of being in a family businessGoing back to business school to focus his study on EntrepreneurshipUniversity of Southern CaliforniaHis years as a coach, consultant, trainer and financer for EntrepreneursHe focused on Family businesses[20:41 - 27:52] Being a Disruptive SuccessorThe key things to successfully transition and take over for a seniorAgreement about roles and responsibilitiesRemove the family dynamicEvaluate the successorJonathan talks about being a leader and successorOvercoming Ego and the Family Dynamic[27:53 - 34:15] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?Becoming a Strategic Business Owner by Daniel M. MurphyIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Jack WelchWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:Most Successors would be DisruptorsMorning routine; How do you start your day?Walking the dogYoga and MeditationExerciseWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Charlie and meTweetable Quotes:“To be a real disruptive successor, he or she will have to make some pretty big changes. They need to understand what’s gonna be entailed in these types of changes. And having a playbook that lays-out how the road map’s going to be put together, is going to make it a lot easier.” - Jonathan Goldhill“When choosing a successor, I want someone humble, I want someone who’s hungry, and I want someone who’s smart. I want them to be a constant learner, because they’re going to be leaders, and leaders are learners.” Jonathan Goldhill“A person in the wrong seat, is gonna be miserable, uncomfortable and will not deliver the kind of returns for the shareholders, and you're not going to make anyone happy.” - Jonathan GoldhillResources mentioned in the episode:Disruptive Successor by Jonathan GoldhillYou can connect with Jonathan by following him on LinkedIn or visit their website https://www.thegoldhillgroup.com/ . Grab a free chapter of his book at https://www.disruptivesuccessor.com/LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/12/2020

Living To The Best Of Your Purpose with Charlie Hartwell

Ep. 126
Today I spoke with Charlie Hartwell, the managing partner of the Bridge Builders Collaborative. He has invested as a venture capitalist in 15 different apps and companies.Let’s dive right in to Charlie’s story and learn about his journey and his philosophy when deciding to invest or not in a business.Things you will learn in this episode:[00:01 – 05:12] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Charlie Hartwell, to the showCharlie talks about the Bridge Builders Collaborative and their goalsHelp raise collective consciousness[05:13 - 12:52] Investing and promoting spiritual well-beingCharlie talks about their inspiration to invest and help promote spiritual well-beingThe desire to support Entrepreneurs with intentions for the betterment of societyThe importance of self-meditation to work on oneselfCharlie shares his thoughts on the free meditation platform Insight Timer[12:53 - 22:20] The Journey to Live to the best of your purposeCharlie talks about his professional journeyCharlie talks about his personal journeyThe moment of realizationHe recognized that he needed help from othersHe discovered and began to express the essence of his true selfLiving to the best of his own purposeRealizing that personal growth shouldn’t be a solo journey[22:21 - 30:23] Building and Growing the Bridge Builders CollectiveCharlie talks about how he and his partners started the Bridge Builders CollectiveWhat they look at before they choose to invest in a company or business ventureThe Global positive impactThe skills and personal growth of the EntrepreneurThe safeguards and security of the businessThe distribution systemThe potential a strong return of investment[30:24 - 35:35] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?I don’t tend to give books as giftsIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Michelle ObamaWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:His ideals on PatriarchyMorning routine; How do you start your day?Make coffeeUse a BEMERMeditateWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Charlie and meTweetable Quotes:“I just began to live more freely and authentically, and not really care about what people thought of the path that I was choosing, which I used to do. Just to live to the best of my own purpose and let things go where they’re meant to go.” - Charlie Hartwell“I’ve come to understand on a personal growth journey that it’s not a solo exercise. We need to find support from other people, other friends, other professionals where it makes sense to help us along that journey.” - Charlie Hartwell“For us, half of the joy of doing this work is supporting entrepreneurs, adding a tremendous amount of value. So we look at how we bring our collective wisdom, knowledge, networks to a company to help the entrepreneur be successful.” - Charlie HartwellResources mentioned in the episode:Insight TimerBridge Builders CollaborativeYou can connect with Charlie by following him on LinkedIn and Twitter or visit their website https://www.shiftit.com/ . Check out his blog at https://medium.com/@charliehartwellLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min
11/9/2020

Keep on Pushing and Overcome the Impossible with Devon Harris

Ep. 125
Today I spoke with Devon Harris, a Military Officer turned 3-time Olympian and an original member of the 1988 Jamaican bobsled team. Devon is an International Motivational Keynote speaker, and is the Founder of the Keep On Pushing Foundation which is dedicated to helping underserved youth in Jamaica by giving them food and school supplies to help them be more successful in school.Let’s dive right in to Devon’s story and learn about his journeyThings you will learn in this episode:[00:01 – 07:26] Opening SegmentI Introduce my guest, Devon Harris, to the showDevon talks about his background and his neighborhoodHis inspiration to start the Keep on Pushing Foundation and help his community[07:27 - 22:33] The Journey to be a pro athleteDevon shares his humble beginningsHis inspiration to become a professional athleteDevon talks about his time in the MilitaryHe entered the Royal Military Academy SandhurstQualifying for the first ever Jamaican Bobsled team[22:34 - 36:59] The OlympicsTheir first practice in a bobsled trackDevon talks about their first OlympicsDevon shares how a bobsled team operatesHis perseverance to become the leader of the team[37:00 - 43:38] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often?Keep On Pushing by Devon HarrisIf you can get an hour of somebody's time and ask questions, who would that be and why?Nelson MandelaWhat is one thing you believe that most people would disagree with you:The Definition of InjusticeMorning routine; How do you start your day?Wake up around 6 AMHave my cup of teaMeditateReadWhat is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for Social linksFinal words from Devon and meTweetable Quotes:“If you’re hungry, you can’t learn. If you’re not learning, then you can’t get educated and then you’re really behind the 8-ball of life.” - Devon Harris“Hey, if it’s difficult, go do it. You might fail, but who knows?” - Devon Harris“Whatever is behind you or in front of you, is totally and completely insignificant to whatever it is that’s inside of you. So I encourage you to keep on pushing.” - Devon HarrisResources mentioned in the episode:Yes, I Can!: The Story of the Jamaican Bobsled TeamThe 7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleKeep On Pushing FoundationYou can connect with Devon by following him on Instagram and twitter or visit his channel and website www.devonharris.comLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Are you working HARD but not really moving the needle on anything? You should check out my POWER LIST and find out how you can get more done to move your business, project, or relationship closer to where you want it to be. Let’s go!To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com and follow me on Instagram. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min