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344: How Can I Work Through Resentment?

03.20.2019 - By Earn Your Happy


Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment!


370: Accelerate Your Goals Counterintuitively with Rob Murgatroyd

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Having children later in life What has shaped Rob to live the life he has now Being in an environment that doesn’t match your energy Dealing with past traumas Trusting your gut Leaving chiropractics to start his mastermind What Rob has learned from his travels + what inspires him Over preparing versus allowing the magic to happen Knowing he needed to pivot + how he did it Seeking out environments to change you What motivates Rob Hearing the whispers and following them Rob’s zone of genius + what he believes he’s here on earth for   Resources: Learn more: Instagram: @robmurgatroyd Listen: Work Hard Play Hard Podcast   Show Notes: I’m so excited to share today’s episode with you because I got to sit down with Rob Murgatroyd, a lifestyle designer, podcast host, and close friend. Rob has had a massive impact on my life, and has helped me think bigger, differently, and is someone that I truly value. This conversation is so great because, even though our friendship spans a decade, I still learned so much from him. Rob has stepped into his zone of genius and it’s been an incredible thing to watch– I just know you’re going to take away so much from this episode!   Question Highlights:   What are the pros and cons of having children later in life?   What do you think has shaped you in your life? How do you handle dealing with past trauma? How did you get to where you are now from being in a chiropractic career? Why did you want to do this mastermind? How did you know you had to pivot? How did you support yourself? Are you more motivated by pain or pleasure? What do you believe you are on this earth for?   Guest Bio: I have overcome my share of obstacles in order to architect the life of my dreams and uncover the key to lasting, meaningful success. Growing up in Queens (literally on the wrong side of the tracks), my early years were tumultuous, marked by hardship and violence. With home being a less-than-idyllic place, I clung to work and education as my ticket out of the bedroom I shared with three brothers, and the low-income reality of the life my parents couldn’t seem to escape. The minute I was old enough, I threw myself into any job I could get my hands on, from washing cars at filling stations, to washing hair in salons. In hindsight, the high-end neighborhood across the tracks (home to the doctors and lawyers) likely played an unconscious role in my decision to attend school to be a chiropractor. Post high school graduation, I moved to Atlanta to complete my training and never looked back.   Over the next decade, I built a successful chiropractic practice, welcomed my first child, experienced the heartbreak of a challenging divorce, found healing and redemption when I met and married my wife, and read a book that changed my life and uncovered for me the world of lifestyle-entrepreneurship. That book was The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris. Having spent my entire life thus far in relentless hustle mode, I was ready for the PLAY HARD side of the hard work coin. My wife and I wanted to escape the grind and travel the world, so we did. In 2006 we launched our travel/lifestyle Blog ‘Jetset Life’ and my all or nothing tendencies showed up for the party.   Predictably, poppin’ bottles on yachts grew old and I became aware that once again my life was out of balance and I felt disconnected and unfulfilled. THIS was the pivotal moment I decided to apply myself to mastering the counter-balance between the science of achievement and the art of fulfillment. From THIS, the Work Hard Play Hard podcast and mastermind was born. Earn Your Happy is a production of Crate Media


361: Balancing Business, Purpose, Friends, and Play with Libby Crow

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Shedding old identities How Libby has pivoted The masculine and the feminine in business Identifying what you want What Libby is excited about in her life right now What to do if you’re just starting out Setting the expectations for yourself + your business The drama triangle Giving and receiving feedback Handling rejection and disappointment Libby’s first book + her writing experience Using food as a teacher and a tool Libby’s relationship with alcohol Her sensitivity to animals   Resources: Learn more: Instagram: @libbycrow Listen: Behind The Dream Podcast Facebook: Behind The Dream The Bliss Project 2020 Learn more: code TRIBE for $100 tickets!   Show Notes: I created this podcast because I truly wanted create something that held me accountable to having the connections that I desired in my life, and have them more often. Today’s guest, Libby Crow reminded me of my why. Libby Crow is a global mentor for entrepreneurs helping them grow their businesses and their minds. This conversation with Libby was so great, and we cover so much! She’s dedicated to helping entrepreneurs raise their vibration, in turn raising the planet’s vibration, and you can truly feel that as she speaks. Enjoy this one!   Question Highlights: Where have you recently pivoted? Do you think the hustle was necessary for your journey? What do you do when it’s empty season for you? For those in their beginning season, what would you say to her? How do we get out of the drama triangle? What is a challenge or struggle you are facing in your life right now? How do you not rely on food or alcohol when you’re out socially? What do people need to know about stepping into their dream and what that’s important?   Libby Crow is a global mentor for entrepreneurs helping them grow their businesses and their minds. She is the founder of LC International, a marketing strategy company for digital consultants, and Co-Founder of The Daily Shift, a personal development company for aspiring and accomplished entrepreneurs alike. She’s dedicated to helping entrepreneurs see the journey as a bridge to raising the vibration of the planet and then later as a portal for giving back philanthropically. Earn Your Happy is a production of Crate Media