I am responsible!

responsibility

Episode #593 January 05, 2018 –  We all have two choices in life: accept life as it is or accept responsibility to change it. Hi this is Dan Miller – and yes you’re listening to the 48 Days Radio show – where each week we take 48 minutes to dive into real life questions about finding your passion, deciding what kind of life you want to live – and then finding or creating work that allows you to show up every day, excited to be able to do something that is meaningful, fulfilling – and profitable.  This is where normal, … Read More

I can double my income but my family will suffer!

family

Episode #590 December 15, 2017 — In this week’s Podcast, we zone in on our goal setting with a great question from a listener who wants to know if he should push forward in 2018 to double his income knowing that his family life will suffer. We take a look at the 48 Days Goal Setting Workbook that includes setting goals for seven different areas of your life, not just career. Money is not how we should define success and therefore it should not lead our goal setting. We also explore ways that this listener (and others) can meet his income goals without sacrificing … Read More

I miss having a job

secure

Questions: Dan why am I not happy in my new success? Would you rather be safe, secure, all your needs taken care – but know your in captivity – Or open to risk, danger and uncertainty but totally free? Good News More questions Cliff Feightner poem: What is the work that we choose Does it give us joy or the blues Will it stick in our head Like a thought that we dread Make us constantly feel like we lose Quotation: “There’s always free cheese in a mousetrap.” Tweet This Show Notes: Episode – 10-06-17 Title: N/A Subtitle: N/A Summary: … Read More

The Magic of Thinking Big

“Try to feel defeated and smile big at the same time. You can't”— David Schwartz, author The Magic of Thinking Big

The Magic of Thinking Big When you believe I-can-do-it, the How-to-do-it develops.  Don’t “Fake it till you make it” but rather “Tell the truth in advance.”  In this episode I review the timeless classic, The Magic of Thinking Big and share 5 simple action steps to overcome fear and amplify your success. “Try to feel defeated and smile big at the same time.  You can’t.”— David Schwartz, author The Magic of Thinking Big [Tweet This] Show Notes: Episode – 08-11-17 Title: N/A Subtitle: N/A Summary: In this episode, Dan addresses a recurring theme found in his podcast; the idea of thinking BIG. … Read More

Don’t aim to be comfortable

Get out of your comfort zone

Don’t aim to be comfortable You’ll never be your best if you just want to be comfortable.   Being comfortable can lead to complacency, laziness and mediocrity.  If you’re successful on 80% of the things you try, you’re not stretching enough to find where you are best.  You aren’t growing if you’re always successful.   Questions from this week’s Podcast: Are you in your Sweet Spot or your Comfort Zone? Should you leave a good paying job for one that serves a better cause? As Christians, we tithe on our personal incomes, but what about our business? I’m working 60-70 … Read More

Does the world really need my contribution?

Mother Teresa, stand out

Does the world really need my contribution? If you have a talent for technology, art, music or brain surgery, does the world really care?  Is your contribution meaningful if twenty other people can do the same thing?  Let’s look at how to make yourself stand out in a world of sameness.   Should I move to a job that pays less and requires more hours but is a better fit? Does the world need my contribution? Should I give two weeks notice or just quit on payday? Am I being cold-hearted and unloving thinking that the homeless and/or poor should … Read More

Your success is guaranteed – if you do this

Investing in yourself, Jim Rohn, Rich People, Libraries, Books

Your success is guaranteed – if you do this “Here is a rule that will guarantee your success – and possibly make you rich: Invest 3 percent of your income back into yourself.” That’s great advice from Brian Tracy. I’m going to show you the formula that can double or triple your income. Stocks, bonds and mutual funds are for conservative people who just want to protect the money they already have.  I will describe the only investing strategy I recommend if you want to exponentially increase your income — investing in yourself. It will work for you whether you … Read More

Your Success is Guaranteed – If You Do This

“Here is a rule that will guarantee your success – and possibly make you rich: Invest 3 percent of your income back into yourself.” That’s great advice from Brian Tracy. I’m going to show you the formula that can double or triple your income. Stocks, bonds and mutual funds are for conservative people who just want to protect the money they already have.  I will describe the only investing strategy I recommend if you want to exponentially increase your income. Invest in yourself. It will work for you whether you are employed or in your own business.  It will work … Read More

Do this and you can fail your way to success

Be aware that not fitting nicely into school and societal molds may brand you as a “failure.”  You may have been the “C” student or maybe you lost 4 jobs in a row.  However, it’s interesting that often those labeled as such go on to accomplish unusual success.  It seems that frequently if a person does not have the normal opportunities available, they end up finding creative methods for extraordinary success. Look at these “failures:” — Albert Einstein was four years old before he could speak. — Issac Newton did poorly in grade school. — Beethoven’s music teacher once said … Read More

Just a broken window but then…

There’s a concept in criminal thinking known as the broken window theory.  Introduced in 1982 by social scientists James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling in an article titled “Broken Windows” it included the following example: “Consider a building with a few broken windows. If the windows are not repaired, the tendency is for vandals to break a few more windows. Eventually, they may even break into the building, and if it’s unoccupied, perhaps become squatters or light fires inside. Or consider a sidewalk. Some litter accumulates. Soon, more litter accumulates. Eventually, people even start leaving bags of trash from … Read More